The two opposing rotations of the (8) create have a different direction, causing different polar values on earth or on any other particle. Light are bigger composed particles (8)'s, magnetic particles are smaller (8)'s. They have different energy levels and different directional density fields. The magnetic field is less intense moves along with the rotation of the spinning (8), it is sucked up at the bottom of the (8) and pushed out at the top, a continuous flow creating Auroras near the poles.
Light is launched along with the rotation of the sun but it has it's own frequency, and at the level of particles, radiation is emitted.
Image bellow: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heliospheric_current_sheet