The electron is positive right and the Proton is really negative and history got this backwards and it was never changed just to confuse everyone right??
No, an electron is defined as negative. Are you are thinking of the convention for current flow in electrical circuits which is opposite to electron flow - it is still correct however, because it is only a convention.
+ve and -ve charged areas , a +ve area, what gives a +ve area such has a sprite the ability to not tear itself apart by a charged ions repelling each other?
Is it the enclosure of the negative ions being attracted to the +ve group?
In an area of charged ions, let's say +ve, they will try to push themselves apart. That is why I suggested you consider charge to be on the surface of an area.
If you enclose a -ve area within the +ve area the 2 will attract each other keeping the +ve in, but the 2 will also begin to discharge.
This might be a reason for the ball discharge seen,but I can think of other mechanisms such as differences in air temperature causing local pockets of inversion which might hold the charge together, or moisture. I don't know what the current theories are, so they might be open to speculation and you might post your theories in New Theories.
Just a suggestion. Don't mention gravity.
Also take care with words like centripetal and interference, they have very specific technical meanings and you risk being misunderstood if you misuse them in a science forum, but then that might be your objective!