Plasma mythology – owl eyes

mythology owl eyes plasma planets magnetosphere electric universe theory euIn mythology, folklore the owl and especially the owl eyes are important figures. Owl eyes are repeated images in ancient rock art and petroglyphs. The owl eyes also appear as variations of local animals.

Could owl eyes be part of our plasma mythology?

Could the owl eyes, owl eyes mask, tall strange owl man, be due to electromagnetic events and phenomena in our ancient skies?

Witnessed by nearly all the ancient civilsations on earth and recorded on rocks and caves around the world?

Plasma mythology - owl eyes in rock art and petroglyphs

Plasma mythology - owl eyes in Jupiter's magnetosphere

Jupiter's magnetosphere or any other planets when in active plasma glow mode? Especially Saturn as that is important to the Thunderbolts version of the Electric Universe theory (EU theory).

Were the planets magnetospheres also interpreted as the mighty thunderbolt of the gods or the lightning weapons they used, for example the Zeus thunderbolt or the Vajra?

Plasma mythology - plasma instabilities, Birkeland currents

The image on the left below shows

This figure shows a time sequence of contours of magnetic energy in cross-section between two Birkeland filaments. The contours at the locations of the two filaments correspond to energy maxima while the central ellipse is an energy minimum. Credit: A. L. Peratt, Physics of the Plasma Universe, p. 114.
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The image on the right below are of plasma instability using Chandasekhar–Fermi equations are from Anthony Peratt's amazing Characteristics for the Occurrence of a High-Current, Z-Pinch Aurora as Recorded in Antiquity. Could they be a possible explanation for the owl eyes or one of the events that inspired it?

This image is of Birkeland current filaments forming a spiral galaxy. If the event was visible and you were looking along the Birkeland filaments it could easily look like a pair of eyes or owl eyes. It also shows another form of the plasma instability above.

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Plasma mythology - plasma instabilities - toroids stack

These images of plasma instability showing toroids stack changing over time are from Anthony Peratt's amazing Characteristics for the Occurrence of a High-Current, Z-Pinch Aurora as Recorded in Antiquity. Could they have formed owl eyes, owl masks, owl men in our skies?