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The Land Before Time—PART 17: A Matter of Perspective

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Perhaps you are thinking that our perspective is off, and we are looking at this experiment through distrustful eyes simply because our worldview is faith-based. If that is the case, it might be a good idea to see how the scientists themselves view the activities at the LHC.

Physicist Lisa Randall, an active participant in the LHC experiment, wrote a best-selling book titled Knocking on Heaven’s Door: How Physics and Scientific Thinking Illuminate the Universe and the Modern World (emphasis added) about her work in 2011. The cover features an endorsement by former President Bill Clinton, who wrote, “Just might make you think differently and encourage you to make smarter decisions about the world.” If he is suggesting that we think differently, perhaps suspicion is in order.

But it shows you the mindset of those who long to break free from the morality and ethos that this world was created under, specifically God’s. Dr. Randall writes:

Scientists knock on heaven’s door in an attempt to cross the threshold separating the known from the unknown. At any moment we start with a set of rules and equations that predict phenomena we can currently measure. But we are always trying to move into regimes that we haven’t yet been able to explore with experiments. With technology and mathematics we systematically approach questions that in the past were the subject of mere speculation or faith. With better and more numerous observations and with improved theoretical frameworks that encompass newer measurements, scientists develop a more comprehensive understanding of the world.[i]

In the interest of intellectual honesty, it is important to note that the quote regarding heaven’s door is from Galileo. However, Dr. Randall’s comments following the quote certainly display the same kind of attitude that many of the scientists at the LHC hold. When she says, “With technology and mathematics we systematically approach questions that in the past were the subject of mere speculation or faith,” there’s really no other way to take that than: “Gee, we are so much smarter now. We don’t need faith or religion anymore!” And as far as a more “comprehensive understanding of the world,” one can only wonder what kind of world she envisions. Certainly, evidence will be provided in the following pages that her theoretical world isn’t the kind of world that you or this author would like to live in.

These experiments, which admittedly are fascinating, are being funded with billions of dollars and propelled by only a handful of people on the face of the earth. Their efforts will affect the whole world and have very real consequences for mankind. Why is it that they get to choose our futures? Why is the “forward thinking” that Dr. Randall alludes to any more valid than our concern about possible irrevocable consequences should something go wrong?

In fact, the late Sue Bradley offered some interesting insight into this very thing:

From the grade B horror movies of the 50’s, to the science “fiction” of past decades to the very real drama of current “programming,” the disturbingly popular and increasingly grotesque realism is being enculturated: “On Demand.” Do we really flatter ourselves with the suggestion that the human mind is so comprehensively imaginative to create such horror in such graphic detail? Do we believe that the comfort we precociously enjoy could possibly insulate us from the atrocious creatures and situations which are clearly prophesied and await emancipation?[ii]

Sound advice, but this is exactly the kind of speculation, or faith, that Dr. Randall was speaking about. Yet, as Sue points out, why is the empirical evidence of ancient finds less substantive than CERN’s theories? More to the point, one could say that science is actually their faith because beyond faith or trust in pure science, what is going on at the LHC is a religion all to itself.




It’s Not About Science

To prove this point, one only needs to look at an incident in 2015 when a group of Portuguese students from the Santa Cecilia Music Academy was visiting the LHC and took pictures of very odd-looking panels within the CERN building itself.

The panels appear to be made of animal skin mounted in glass, or a crystal of some sort, with a slight bow to them. Various sources have translated these to be messages or greetings, with some written in the Sanskrit language. Interestingly, in India, the only people who read and write Sanskrit are scholars of Vedas and Upanishads, scripture that is written in the “language of the gods.” There are also messages in Aramaic, Hebrew, Mandarin, some Arabic, and other very strange characters that no one recognizes.

The pictures were posted to the Internet with the simple text:

A group of Portuguese students of the Santa Cecilia Music Academy took images of odd panels within the CERN building with ancient writings, most of them in San-skrit language. Is there some occult ritual being carried on within the LHC facility?[iii]

Shortly after the post, the writing behind the glass was removed from public view in the CERN facility, and now the pictures themselves cannot be found on the Internet. It makes one wonder what they are trying to hide.

Regarding the Hebrew characters that appeared, these, too, have been translated. Reading right to left, as is done with Hebrew, the line reads: ת ב ח א ד Stunning in its implication, this very Scripture appears in Leviticus in several places, and it translates:


This is a puzzling find in a place that does not adhere to a biblical worldview at all. Further, since there were several sheets of Plexiglas in the photos, is this verse being repeated over and over in other languages, or are they verses out of other religions’ sacred scripts that refer to their deities as well?

God speaks to Job out of the storm (38:1–33), expressing His many qualities. In that discourse, we see that He has many of the qualities that CERN scientists (and the Antichrist shadow government behind them) appear to desire.

Then the Lord answered Job out of the whirlwind, and said,

“Who is this that darkeneth counsel by words without knowledge? Gird up now thy loins like a man; for I will demand of thee, and answer thou me. Where wast thou when I laid the foundations of the earth? declare, if thou hast understanding. Who hath laid the measures thereof, if thou knowest? or who hath stretched the line upon it? Whereupon are the foundations thereof fastened? or who laid the corner stone thereof; When the morning stars sang together, and all the sons of God shouted for joy? Or who shut up the sea with doors, when it brake forth, as if it had issued out of the womb?

When I made the cloud the garment thereof, and thick darkness a swaddlingband for it, And brake up for it my decreed place, and set bars and doors. And said, Hitherto shalt thou come, but no further: and here shall thy proud waves be stayed? Hast thou commanded the morning since thy days; and caused the dayspring to know his place; That it might take hold of the ends of the earth, that the wicked might be shaken out of it? It is turned as clay to the seal; and they stand as a garment. And from the wicked their light is withholden, and the high arm shall be broken.

Hast thou entered into the springs of the sea? or hast thou walked in the search of the depth? Have the gates of death been opened unto thee? or hast thou seen the doors of the shadow of death? Hast thou perceived the breadth of the earth? declare if thou knowest it all. Where is the way where light dwelleth? and as for darkness, where is the place thereof. That thou shouldest take it to the bound thereof, and that thou shouldest know the paths to the house thereof? Knowest thou it, because thou wast then born? or because the number of thy days is great?

Hast thou entered into the treasures of the snow? or hast thou seen the treasures of the hail. Which I have reserved against the time of trouble, against the day of battle and war? By what way is the light parted, which scattereth the east wind upon the earth? Who hath divided a watercourse for the overflowing of waters, or a way for the lightning of thunder; To cause it to rain on the earth, where no man is; on the wilderness, wherein there is no man; To satisfy the desolate and waste ground; and to cause the bud of the tender herb to spring forth? Hath the rain a father? or who hath begotten the drops of dew? Out of whose womb came the ice? and the hoary frost of heaven, who hath gendered it? The waters are hid as with a stone, and the face of the deep is frozen. Canst thou bind the sweet influences of Pleiades, or loose the bands of Orion? Canst thou bring forth Mazzaroth in his season? or canst thou guide Arcturus with his sons? Knowest thou the ordinances of heaven? canst thou set the dominion thereof in the earth?

Crystalizing Technology

What would you say to the idea that crystals, or crystalized display screens, can hold or project information in a way that the general public does not understand and is not aware of?

Remember those messages behind glass that were whisked away after they were caught in a photograph and posted to the Internet? Not only were there hidden statements of purpose inscribed on them, like “I am the Lord” in Hebrew, but the very containers in which they were held might very well have had a purpose. Maybe it was a delivery system of some sort that caused the things written on those skins to be transferred in thought to the masses.

Scientist Marcel Joseph Vogel studied luminescence in his early teens, and in 1943 finally published a research thesis called “Luminescence in Liquids and Solids and Their Practical Application.” This paper turned out to be the groundwork for the company he later created. Vogel Luminescence (based in San Francisco) produced an array of products, with many still in use today.

Eventually selling Vogel Luminescence in 1957, Vogel made a small fortune. But instead of retiring at a young age, he joined IBM. While working there, he earned thirty-two patents before retiring in 1984. He was considered an expert on light, luminescence, phosphors, magnetic coatings, and liquid crystals.

Although he passed away in 1994, many of the things he said and wrote still influence the computer and high-tech industries today. And when you consider the focus of his work, it does shed light on technological efforts by the shadow government that currently appears to be running the world.

The ramifications of Vogel’s work with crystals are perhaps the most troubling part of his story, given their implications for today and the future. There is almost no mention of his work with crystals ever made outside of the circles of those who are familiar with his research. Vogel found that crystalline structures can store and transfer energy in amazing ways. He wrote:

When we speak of the power of thought, it is true. Thought moves through a field we call etheric space. We must consider matter which has form, that physical object, is now contained by time and space. But, in that matter is a space less dimension, the inter-atomic spacing. As we can move an electron from its orbital shell, by impinging on a crystal with a photon of radiation which that crystal will absorb, we can cause that electron to shift to its orbital rotation and come back to a ground state. It emits a photon of light we call luminescence. The energy of the mind is focused in space and has the capacity to expand the lattice system in which it is projected released with intention.

In this way, you can focus your intention on the crystal, you can then extract the data, amplify the pulse, or release it as a projected burst of etheric plasma…. With these devices, we can move directly into the pattern of thought….

The force of love coheres this energy and helps to bring an orderly communication between one level of vibration and another. The use of a crystal in this process acts as a transducer for this force and aids in cutting through interference. It can and will hold a thought form.[iv]

Could it be that these very technologies are already being employed now? When we see new technologies like liquid diodes and crystalized screens, are these the precursors to thought transference? Is CERN and organizations like DARPA already employing such technology to advance their agendas?




Destroyer of Worlds

Just because the Creator of the universe set the bar so high doesn’t mean that these giant-brained scientists don’t aspire to outdo Him. They, too, apparently believe they can command worlds just as the Lord was asking Job about.

A curious statue of a strange mascot greets everyone who enters the main building of the LHC. It is none other than the goddess Shiva, the Destroyer of Worlds. The thing is, he doesn’t just destroy the world for the sake of destruction. He destroys the world in order to rebuild it, dare I say, in his image. And it is here where you see the hubris of the globe’s mad scientists laid bare. Their goal is to reshape the world, as well as people’s thought processes about life, environment, and a little thing like…God.

Again, here to help clarify CERN’s intentions is Tom Horn:

The Shiva statue depicts the Hindu god in his “nataraja” position, a cosmic dance that destroys the old universe in favor of a new creation. This ritual is performed on the back of a dwarf, a demon named Apasmara who is said to represent ignorance.[v]

A demon named “ignorance”? That’s kind of like the people of earth who have no clue what the real intent is behind these efforts. Isn’t it just like the devil to taunt mankind by telling them what he is about to do? After reading accounts about him in Isaiah, you’ll remember that Satan is all about ego.

Much like the mystery religions and secret societies (of which Freemasonry is a prime example), the initiates receive hidden knowledge that is passed down from mentor to apprentice, and each level achieved brings with it additional clarification as to the true purpose of the organization (or cult). Members are considered “enlightened,” while all those who do not belong are mundane and walk in darkness. We are ignorant. Therefore, the Shiva dance illustrates the superposition of the enlightened over the backs and souls of the blind. Of course, to the Illuminati, the truly ignorant are the foolish Christians. As I’ve said many times in my previous books, the lowest-level members of these mystery religions and secret societies rarely know the truths reserved for the few who actually run the show.

Shiva has been compared to Dionysus…another fertility god associated with vegetation, forest, streams, and dancing—powers also attributed to Cernunnos. All three have dominion over the underworld: Dionysus, the son of Zeus and the mortal Semele, is a type of beast-god (one who inspires his followers to behave as “beasts”) as well as the Maenads, the mad women who followed and tended to the needs of Dionysus, who is called Bacchus in the Roman pantheon.[vi]

This author has asked many intelligent people what they thought the placement of this statue at the front of the LHC was really about. For people who know history, some conclude that it had something to do with Robert Oppenheimer’s quote when he watched the first atom bomb explode on July 16, 1945, in New Mexico. In an interview afterwards, he said:

We knew the world would not be the same. A few people laughed, a few people cried, most people were silent. I remembered the line from the Hindu scripture, the Bhagavad-Gita; Vishnu is trying to persuade the Prince that he should do his duty and, to impress him, takes on his multi-armed form and says, “Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds.” I suppose we all thought that, one way or another.

The story is that the statue was a gift from the government of India. India is one of the countries participating in the CERN project, but why would the organization accept a religious token and place it on their front porch given their hesitancy to align themselves with any type of religious dogma?

Going back to Oppenheimer’s comments about the atom bomb, admittedly, he was probably a really smart, well-read, guy. But seriously—the Bhagavad Gita? Who reads this kind of thing in such a casual manner? Obviously, it meant something to him, because he had it committed to memory.

Earlier in this series, we methodically went through various ancient Hindu accounts of the Samarangana Sutradhara where Vimanas were flown and eventually nuclear explosions were detonated. Could it be that Dr. Oppenheimer and his associates who “discovered” the atomic bomb were given access to the same kind of fallen-angel technology the ancient Hindus received? Could it be that he is able to quote from an obscure reference of an ancient document, the Bhagavad Gita, because that text and others have aided him with the development of this weapon in the first place? And, to our point, do the scientists and shadow government behind the development of the LHC know exactly the kind of fire they are playing with?

It appears so. Their goal is to remake this world in their image, regardless of how many people have to die in the process.

Old Habits

Although Dr. Lisa Randall says we don’t necessarily have to “abdicate our faith in reason”[vii] [sic], her following statement seems to speak volumes regarding her and her colleagues’ real ideas toward progress:

Understanding nature, life, and the universe poses extraordinarily difficult problems. We all would like to better understand who we are, where we came from, and where we are going—and to focus on things larger than ourselves and more permanent than the latest gadget or fashion. It’s easy to see why some turn to religion for explanations. Without the facts and the inspired interpretations that demonstrated surprising connections, the answers scientists have arrived at so far would have been extremely difficult to guess. People who think scientifically advance our knowledge of the world. The challenge is to understand as much as we can, and curiosity—unconstrained by dogma—is what is required.

The line between legitimate inquiry and arrogance might be an issue for some, but ultimately critical scientific thinking is the only reliable way to answer questions about the makeup of the universe. Extremist anti-intellectual strands in some current religious movements are at odds with traditional Christian heritage—not to mention progress and science—but fortunately they don’t represent all religious or intellectual perspectives. Many ways of thinking—even religious ones—incorporate challenges to existing paradigms and allow for the evolution of ideas. Progress for each of us involves replacing wrong ideas and building on the ones that are right.[viii]

I suppose disagreeing with the premise that a small group of scientists should be permitted to open a gate that will allow the devil and his angels to come through puts you solidly in the camp of “extremist anti-intellectual strands in some current religious movements.” Because these scientists’ intellects are so large in their own minds, the viewpoint of anyone else with a different opinion about science and the future of mankind, especially if you’re a Christian, is invalidated. After all, they are god-makers.

Sue Bradley has something to say about our human behavior when it comes to trying to break free from the ethos, or norm, of past generations. It’s not always a good thing:

The foremost purpose of this analysis is not primarily to provide information through content, but rather to jointly reflect and gain insight into various contextual aspects, confirming irreversibly converging and scalable patterns which cumulatively present an enormously uncomfortable and preternatural conclusion:

That we, the human civilization as collective body, has at this exact point in time failed beyond repair and humanity truly is at the mercy of GOD himself: on the largest organizational scale we have reached the point that we are playing God either actively or passively by endorsing it through an egregious and arrogant scientific community who is left unchecked by any regulatory or governing means. Overstepping all man’s existing governing principles as well as transgressing God’s divine boundaries and laws has effectively moved the collective over a tipping point whose inevitable destructive impact will call for intervention by a supra-systemic savior whose identity and requirements for personal and collective redemption and salvation are unknown to most.

More importantly, and inconceivably, is the level of organization and power of spiritual forerunners and the comparative ignorance (hence ineffectiveness) of the Church in both addressing and combating the assemblage of destructive endeavors. We are, by silent proxy, lack of knowledge or even mind control, condoning specific as well as composite behavior and enterprise which directly impact our physical civilization and spiritual order. We have reached what many have described as “tipping points” in every area of our lives: politically, financially, scientifically, geologically, environmentally, medically, emotionally and spiritually. A roster of seemingly incongruous threads in a skein coalesces as persistent and insistent patterns. Synchronicity turns to interest, interest to wonder, wonder to perplexity, perplexity to discomfort, discomfort to terror, terror to…?[ix]

Indeed, Sue has hit the proverbial nail on the head. We have become our own masters, at least the scientists at CERN have. As a consequence, the science community has vacated all modicum of restraint. Sue’s “tipping points” were those bumps in the road that we just ran over with the last restart of the LHC. But the average guy on the street is oblivious to the cliff directly in front of him. Unfortunately, in this case, ignorance is not bliss.

UP NEXT Why Cern?

[i] Lisa Randall, Knocking on Heaven’s Door: How Physics and Scientific Thinking Illuminate the Universe and The Modern World, PDF Archive,

[ii] Sue Bradley, “CERN—European Organization for Nuclear Research,” Scribd, (November 2008).

[iii] “Large Hadron Collider?”, April 19, 2015.

[iv] “Marcel Vogel Thoughts,” (2015).

[v] Ibid.

[vi] Ibid.

[vii] Ibid.

[viii] Ibid.

[ix] Ibid.

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