The “electric universe” model is an astronomical model in which the sun and planets are electrically charged celestial objects, which exist in an electric field that is generated by the sun in a radial direction (like the spokes on a bicycle wheel) throughout the solar system. Furthermore, the sun is part of a vast galactic scale electrical grid generated by the Galactic Center, again in a radial direction. Charges flow through these solar and galactic scale electric fields by virtue of the plasma particles that are constantly being released by the sun and the galactic core. Plasma is the fourth state of matter (solid, liquid, and gas being the first three) and comprises free protons, neutrons, electrons and ions. Plasma is not electrically neutral, but is a superconductor that can carry electrical charges throughout the solar system, and into interstellar and intergalactic space.
According to Goode, probes launched into sunspots showed that these contained spiral plasma filaments (aka solar prominences) that stretched all the way from above the sun’s surface to its core. This is contrary to mainstream scientific theory that claims solar prominences only loop from the surface through hundreds of thousands of miles of space.
Furthermore, the solar core is made up of metals such as magnesium and sodium, rather than hydrogen and helium gas that mainstream scientists believe power the nuclear fusion process.
Most remarkable is Goode’s claims that the Solar Warden program confirmed that under the right conditions, these solar filaments could be used as stargates or portals whereby extraterrestrial civilizations can enter or leave our solar system. Goode described this solar stargate system as similar to a vast cosmic web that interconnects all suns and galaxies, making it possible to travel vast interstellar and intergalactic distances.
If he is correct, this suggests that among the many thousands of objects identified by observers leaving or entering the sun, according to images extracted from Solar & Heliospheric Observatory and other solar space observatories, some were not merely camera anomalies, but were interstellar space craft. A good example is a large spherical UFO connected to a solar filament observed by the Solar Dynamics Observatory leaving the sun’s vicinity on March 11, 2012.