This is an artistic rendition of the interplanetary magnetic field as emitted by our sun. It was confirmed from data from the 1984 Pioneer mission. Thom Pawlicki, in his book 'How to build a Flying Saucer' postulated that our solar system was a giant vibrating waveplate, stimulated by the sun. The high density magnetic waves not only create the grooves in which the planets ride, but are kept orbiting due to the spiralling rotation created by interference patterns.

Your mission; should you decide to accept it, is to help us determine how to tap into this force to provide free energy, gravity control and propulsion.

The following is from a NASA site on Solar Magnetism.

The electric currents in the Sun generate a complex magnetic field with extends out into interplanetary space to form the interplanetary magnetic field. As the Sun's magnetic field is carried out through the solar system by the solar wind, the Sun is rotating.

Its rotation winds up the magnetic field into a large rotating spiral, known as the Parker spiral, named after the scientist who first described it. The magnetic field is primarily directed outward from the Sun in one of its hemispheres, and inward in the other. This causes opposite magnetic field directions in the Parker spiral.

The thin layer between the different field directions is described as the neutral current sheet. Since this dividing line between the outward and inward field directions is not exactly on the solar equator, the rotation of the Sun causes the current sheet to become "wavy", and this waviness is carried out into interplanetary space by the solar wind.

In the image above, it's easy to see why the neutral current sheet is often called the "ballerina skirt". The Parker spiral is indicated by the arrows. Image is courtesy of J. Jokipii, University of Arizona.

In addition, every eleven years the entire magnetic field of the Sun "flips" -- the north magnetic pole of the Sun becomes the south, and vice versa. The flip takes place at solar maximum.

Stoneking Resonance shows an amazing correction to Bode's law where the planets are all harmonically spaced from the sun. As you can see in the diagrams below, the magnetic structure correlates quite nicely with the solar magnetic waves.