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  • Writer's pictureJennifer Battershill

What's Inside An Orb? Science/Biology/Etc.

Two articles got me thinking about what's inside an orb, what an orb is made from, etcetera. The first article is from June 2019, "Hydraulic force shapes mammalian embryos." Orbs match the shape of our eye, what's in our universe, outer space, and the beginning of life, an embryo.

"One of the first points at which cells begin to differentiate is during the formation of the blastocyst, an early structure in the development of the mammalian embryo. The blastocyst consists of an inner cell mass that will go on to form the embryo itself, a surrounding layer of cells called trophectoderm that will become the placenta, and a cavity filled with fluid called the blastocoel."

"Fluid pressure inside an early mouse embryo plays an important role in controlling its size and determining the fate of its cells, according to researchers from EMBL and Harvard University."

Orbs change shape, somehow, someway.

And much thanks to the amazing Merlina Marcan, decades of research and lectures, she shows us the macro/micro world that lies within and ties to other dimensions.

"Through her cutting-edge "MFT METHOD", Merlina has been able to capture images of 'life beyond our reality', and to process an understanding of the 'hierarchy levels' that can be found in the Orb Phenomena. She's right. Orbs are used for travel. Travel within this dimension and others, such as the Angelic realm.

So the question is, is the shell of an orb liquid? Like a bubble because that one scene in the "Wizard of Oz" always comes to mind. It cannot be plasma because of how plasma reacts to temperatures.

But what about Ectoplasm?

Plasma - is out.

Let's look at cells because these photos were taken at the end of January 2021, which is part of a video when I mention Amoebas and the creation of life.

The only issue here is the lack of cell walls.

Nuclearia thermophila

Jumping back to bubbles... bubbles can freeze, but the orbs do not.

"In a recent study, Boulogne and Rio established the role played by the temperature of the bubbles’ surface in their stability. “In some cases, the aging of the bubbles and their bursting has been associated with the thickness of the soap film. Recently, researchers began associating the thinness of the soap film with evaporation. However, in our study, we pointed out that heat transfer, which is associated with evaporation, wasn't taken into account,” Boulogne said. He reasoned there are several factors that need to be considered when it comes to the stability of bubbles. “This includes temperature, rate of evaporation, film-thinning, marginal regeneration (the phenomenon of small patches, which are thinner and lighter than the surrounding film, rising toward the top), and geometry. To have all these factors in a single model is very challenging.”

Orbs resemble bubbles, but rain, sleet, snow, or shine do not affect them.

Maybe, glycerol plays a part.

Adipose cell = fat cell.

Ah, there's the word again - Plasm. So perhaps, plasm is just a tiny part of the equation? Like our cells, the vast complex of what makes us, us.

Let's take a look at a cell.

Dr. Jake Kruse:

"Water at an interface, in a cell, or in the atmosphere (pictured above) has a surface tension due to the polar interactions of water with other water molecules at the interface surface of these semiconductive proteins and lipids. This clustering of coherent domains imparts a crystalline-like property to the water inside of cells. In the bodies of living organisms, the clusters form hydration layers around biological molecules. It is known from electronics that different patterns which contain information result within a cluster depending upon its atomic structure. Free radicals rearrange the electronic structure inside cells. Thus, depending on its structure, each molecule has an oscillatory pattern (resonance frequency = Resonant Recognition Model) that can be determined by spectroscopy. We can now see the effect of free radicals on the water in cells using spectroscopy."

We don't know what powers a universe has. But a galaxy is a black hole, a solar system is a sun for what we call life, and a cell comes from chemicals driven through liquid and warmth. What's the driver for energy for an orb?

Another question. Do Orbs follow the rules of living entities? They would need to consume and produce waste, for example. Or are they self-contained ecosystems like a sealed glass ball? Do they need anything from our environment, or do they put anything back?


Orbs zipping about in the bright sunshine.

Maybe it's similar to a plant. But then that doesn't match up for nighttime.

Let's take a look at mitochondrion.

Water brings us back to a bubble, and again there is that word, plasm.

Orbs / Souls raining down from above on a stormy night, a DNA feeling to it all. (January 2020 photos.)

A double-layer membrane.

One of my earlier photos of daytime Orbs.

Recent photo of an Orb (1/19/2023)

Now here's something incredibly interesting!

"Orby" is an entity that appeared in this form in 2018.

The same goes for rods here; they're all the same. But how is it possible to go from one shape to the other? Could it be akin to protein folding?

It makes sense since we live in a very electrical-tingling, magnetic world.

Orbs/Souls/Apparitions and the like can now be seen in visible light, not just infrared.

Maybe an Orb is like our Cornea?

However, the stroma is unyielding. It is tough. The Bowman's layer is a membrane made up of protein and fiber. Epithelial cells are more fitting. "Epithelial cells make up the lining of many tissues in the human body. Packed tightly in sheets, they create a barrier to the outside world and protect you."

Make sense.

Occupants inside an Orb need a protective ride.

And while writing this blog, I forgot about Moe, Gnostic Warrior. He's brilliant, and I've been reading his blogs for years.

The Hierarchical Structure of DNA Ordering Humanity:

And my goodness!

My heart's skipping a beat reading this one!

The Etheric Body:

Ether: The Dodecahedron Light Illuminating the Noosphere (World of Ideas):

Phosphorus - Phosphorescence

Plato’s Fire: How the world is made of phosphorus tetrahedrons:

Moe writes:


This is what the Angels & Orbs have shown us! DNA-like lightning, they shoot down from above during a rainy night.

In summary...

After death, our soul survives and travels to other realms and dimensions. Many souls seem to remain here, judging by the sheer numbers. Perhaps they are here to be part of our Great Awakening. Things are happening, and it's incredible. Our skies are full of Orbs, more so than ever, just as predicted. Water is a clue since Orbs love the moisture in the air, and this is the creation of life when we revisit Amoebas. The outer part of an Orb can be a mixture of elements, just like our cells. My best guess is, Orbs have a membrane much like our eyes.

Note: This does not include the fairies or Angels with wings or no wings. This blog is about circular orbs zipping about the world, night and day, and I was right when I said how we will hear more news about UFOs and UAPs. The morphing of beings and other avenues of travel is still a huge wow. And perhaps we are right back to the saying, "God works in mysterious ways".

Some more of my photos...


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