Is our Dual Sun "The Lost Star of Myth & Time" described by Walter Cruttenden?
It has come to my attention that researchers like Walter Cruttenden ("The Lost Star of Myth and Time") are working on the hypothesis of a dual sun to our Sun, not a brown dwarf, which is just one of the hypotheses of the celestial body we are tracking. Therefore, We have added "Dual Sun" to the name of the group to indicate an openness of working hypothesis and opennes to data interpretation. For example, I am told by an expert source that the image of the celestial body captured by the BBC in the documentary at the opening of the following video could as well be interpreted as the "Lost Star of Myth and Time" as described by Cruttenden in his book of the same name. In Light, Alfred ;-) VIDEO: Dual Star twin to our Sun: Visible to upper left of our Sun via reflected light from our Sun.