It all started with a statement made by a man working for BOEING. He does not work for NASA, but rather is a NASA contractor from BOEING. Do to this contract work there was many video conferences and other meetings he was included in. His first statement:
I work for a NASA contractor and handle the video conferencing sessions between JSC and other facilities. Everybody always wants to see a link. Well, everything talked about in these vc's is top secret - so there's obviously not a link. I love my family and need my job so I'm not gonna tell you much that would endanger those either. I work for Boeing. All I can tell you is there is a LOT of interesting shit happening. The moon is NOT crashing - but it doesn't need to. There is a reason so many are sending birds up to watch the Sun - and it's not cause we just would like to know more about the Sun.
He claims that the event that is coming is a natural occurrence and it concerns something affecting the sun, NOT slamming into the Earth. It is already affecting the sun as evidenced by the solar filaments. He states:
The Sun is already reacting to 'forces' we can't see.
Now, one of the reasons people like this come out and give „clues‟ instead of just plain out saying what is going on is because they cannot release information that is not public domain. So, he gives out clues, and we figure them out. If we figure things out and cite sources, then he knows it is public domain and can give his input. Doing it this way prevents insiders from inadvertently releasing secrets.
So, something is coming, and everybody assumes NASA has all the answers and that there are things they know for sure which aren't being disclosed. The problem is, most of what is being discussed is NOT set in stone and NASA, nor ESA or the others know for certain either what will happen - in some instances - and even less when. Thing moving through space can hit each other. When they do, it's hard to know what will happen because those spin offs can hit other 'things' we may not see yet - or - may think we see but aren't sure of the mass or composition.
This clue leads us to suspect an incoming celestial „body‟ of some sort. But, I remembered I did some research on our heliosphere and when the OP said, “we may not see yet - or - may think we see but aren't sure of the mass or composition,”