Monday, 22 June 2015

Lucifer Project 2017

The Cassini-Huygens unmanned spacecraft was launched in 1997 and flew to Saturn via Venus. It arrived there in 2004 and has since then been exploring the planet and the many rings and moons orbiting it. Cassini has become one of the most successful space missions NASA has ever carried out; it has discovered seven new moons and taken over two hundred thousand close up photographs. It has also deployed the Huygens lander down onto the surface of Titan, Saturn's largest and most interesting moon. The mission was supposed to end in 2008, but NASA extended it up to 2010, and then it was extended yet again beyond that. Concerns have been raised about the fuel source for the probe's electrical power; because it was travelling somewhere so distant from the sun, solar arrays were not feasible for the amount of energy the craft needed. Instead the mission designers choose to power Cassini-Huygens by a radioisotope thermoelectric generator. Its powerplant contains seventy-three pounds of plutonium-238, a highly toxic and volatile mineral. As it undergoes nuclear decay it generates over 700 watts of electrical power. A similar system was also used on the Galileo spacecraft. This was when it came to my attention. Rumours began circulating of something called the Lucifer Project. It didn't take me long to grasp what this entailed because I had already read the Space Odyssey series of books by Arthur C Clarke. These four science fiction novels tell the story of an extraterrestrial intelligence making contact with the human race and transforming the planet Jupiter into a star, creating a second sun in the solar system. The books explain exactly the mechanism of how this is achieved. Jupiter is a gas giant, a huge ball of hydrogen gas; some astrophysicists call it a "failed star" because it is made of the same basic element as a star. Stars, like our own sun, shine because the hydrogen they are made of has undergone nuclear fusion; Jupiter's hydrogen could have also begun fusing if it was slightly hotter and denser. The aliens in the books find a way to convert Jupiter's hydrogen into a heavier form of matter and so increase its overall density until it explodes into fusion-powered heat and light. Mankind names this second sun in the solar system "Lucifer". One of the first signs that something is amiss happens when astronomers notice that there is a large black spot on the surface of Jupiter; this spot eventually grows and grows until it devours the planet and creates Lucifer in its place.

There is a code of conduct all the world's space agencies have agreed to abide by, and this includes "prevention of forward contamination". This means that any dangerous, or potentially dangerous, material humanity launches into space must not be left there in case it harms the environments of extraterrestrial worlds; these may have life on them, and the last thing we want to do is kill alien organisms inadvertently, before we've even discovered them, by being interplenetary litterbugs. Therefore the decision was made to end the Galileo mission by crashing the spacecraft onto the planet Jupiter. If it was left in orbit as floating junk it might eventually strike one of the planet's moons and dump its radioactive plutonium-238 fuel cells onto them; better to de-orbit it and avoid that hazard. However it's possible that the intense pressure of Jupiter's atmosphere might have caused the heavy nuclei in the fuel pellets to reach critical mass and explode. Had NASA inadvertently caused an enormous nuclear explosion on Jupiter? Quite possibly; not least because astronomers noticed a black spot on the surface of Jupiter soon afterwards. There's no way to know fur sure what caused this spot, but it appeared in the exact place of Galileo's final descent, see: It was huge, about the size of the Earth, and it lasted for a number of hours. The concerns rose even further because the real black spot was reminiscent of the fictional one in Clarke's Space Odyssey. Galileo contained seventeen pounds of plutonium-238 where the explosive core of the average man-made nuclear bomb is far smaller, a few ounces. This means that the Galileo explosion would have been far bigger than any nuclear bomb on Earth. In a hydrogen bomb, the plutonium pit of the first stage triggers a fusion reaction in the second stage, tanks of hydrogen-based deuterium, "heavy water", surrounding it. The question inevitably arose: could such a titanic explosion trigger a fusion reaction in the dense hydrogen atmosphere of Jupiter? If so, what would happen? Would it create a chain reaction that could spread to every hydrogen atom on the planet and cause it to begin fusion? If so, then Jupiter would become a star, just like in Clarke's story; Lucifer. Lucifer is a mythological figure who appears in one form or another in many cultures around the world. He goes by several names, the Demiurge, Jahbulon, Metatron, Rex Mundi and others. In Gnostic philosophy he is the lesser god who created the universe imperfect, as opposed to how he is seen in mainstream religions, as the dark force of Satan who opposes the one God who made the perfect universe. In Gnosticism, Lucifer and Satan are two distinctly separate entities. Freemasons overcome any confusion by calling God, the God of the Bible who is father of Jesus etc, Adonai and Lucifer Jahbulon. Lucifer is a very important figure to the Illuminati; he is similar to the Hindu deity Shiva, whose statue stands outside the CERN laboratory, see background links below. Therefore I have to wonder whether the nuking generated by the destruction of Galileo was accidental or deliberate. Did the Illuminati use NASA, without their knowledge, in an attempt to turn Jupiter into a star, a morning star to mark the beginning of the New World Order, the death of God and the new era of Lucifer- the bringer of light? Did Arthur C Clarke pick up on this while he was working with NASA in the 1960's, either knowingly or subconsciously, while he was writing the first Space Odyssey novel, and include this theme in his books? I reported on this issue at the time; see background links below.
The Cassini-Huygens spacecraft is powered by a far larger radioisotope thermoelectric generator than Galileo's; seventy-three pounds as opposed to seventeen respectively. Cassini's mission was extended in 2010. The plan now is for the probe to operate up to May the 17th 2017, the summer solstice on Saturn. In fact the extension has been dubbed "the Solstice Mission"; this is highly occult symbolism in itself. After that the spacecraft will be de-orbited in the exact same way that Galileo was and for the same reasons... ostensibly. If this is allowed to take place will the same happen again? After all, Saturn is also a gas giant similar in composition to Jupiter, although somewhat smaller. The explosion on Jupiter failed to ignite the stellar chain reaction, but will this new bigger, more ambitious attempt succeed? There's a major plot-shift between the first and second books of Space Odyssey; in parts 2, 3 and 4 of the quartet the planet that gets turned into a second sun is Jupiter, but Clarke initially intended it to be Saturn and it is in the first book. It would be a tragedy to destroy such a beautiful planet as Saturn, and that fits the Loomies' ethics perfectly. What's more we don't know what the effect the sudden emergence of a second sun in the solar system will have on the other surviving planets, including of course Earth. In the book a sea turtle becomes extinct, but in reality could the intention be to destroy life on Earth; perhaps the radiation from Lucifer will overwhelm the Earth's magnetosphere and sterilize the biosphere. In this case the Lucifer Project could be included under the category of "Götterdämmerung" manoeuvres, like the Large Hadron Collider that I address in the background links below. The question then has to be: what can we do to stop it? I don't know, but I don't feel as worried by the possibility of the Lucifer Project as you might think; I'm not even 100% sure that what I've said above it true. There is another side to the story, and some scientists are writing about how such an outcome is impossible, see: There are forces for good as well as evil at work in the universe today. I'm a great believer in mankind being masters of our own destiny and I dislike the idea of a "messiah" or "saviour"; however being excessively or obsessively opposed to that concept might lead one to despair if we really are faced with a situation which we are powerless to influence. In which case I will happily swallow my pride and accept the help of any passing entity that is on our side and is not powerless. Such entities exist. If they've helped us out with CERN they can do so again with Cassini.

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