One of the most persistent pieces of DISinformation that still does the rounds is the theory about the so-called Photon Belt. It says that in 1961 scientists discovered a belt (shaped like a giant doughnut) of photon light particles in the Pleaiades. This belt would be on its way to Earth and when Earth would pass through it, this would result in changing our DNA, raising our awareness, and in uplifting us from a third-dimensional to a fifth-dimensional plane of existence.
Every single element of the theory is flawed:
1. No scientist discovered any such thing in 1961 or ever before or after.
2. There is no such thing as a photon belt. Photons do not travel in belts.
3. No anomalies have been discovered in the Pleiades Cluster.
4. The theory is partly based on the erroneous assumption that our solar system would be in an orbit around Alcyone, one of the main stars in the Pleiades. This is not correct. In fact, Earth and the Pleiades are moving away from each other, not getting closer. A photon belt in the Pleiades would therefore be moving away from us.
Last but not least: The guy that launched the story, Paul Otto Hesse, is believed to have admitted that he made the whole thing up.
This topic was copied from the HyperBase and is likely to be revised.