Thursday 5 July 2012

Higgs Boson and the LHC

The Large Hadron Collider has apparently done its job! Scientists at CERN in Switzerland have announced that they have found evidence for the Higgs Boson. This is the particle of the Higgs Field which is known as “the God Particle” by physicists because it is what gives mass and solidity to matter (Physicists often use the word “God” as a metaphor, as with Stephen Hawking talking about “reading the mind of God”, but most physicists are Atheists and they don’t mean it literally). According to the Standard Model of Particles the Higgs Boson has no electrical charge and interacts with other particles via the weak nuclear force. Scotland is a country always at the forefront of all science and engineering invention and the Higgs Boson is named after Peter Higgs, the Scottish physicist who first postulated its existence. Here’s a new story covering the announcement of its discovery: (Hawking has lost a $100 bet as a result!)

I never heard about the Higgs Boson, or the Higgs Field from which it collapses, until I read some books by an amazing Italian lady called Giuliana Conforto. Giuliana is a physicist, but is also very spiritually and conspiratorially-aware and has merged her knowledge of physics with her esoteric studies in a way nobody has done since Fritjof Capra. Here’s her website: Her views are based on the discoveries of the 15th Century hermeticist Giordano Bruno, a man burned at the stake by the Vatican for his beliefs. Her own model of the spiritual universe has the Higgs Field at its centre. I can’t recall all the details, but the H in the title of her first book LUH- Man’s Cosmic Game, stands for “Higgs”.

But has the Large Hadron Collider really done its job yet? Or is it also intended to be used for… other things. I wrote an article several years ago when the LHC first opened: with a follow-up when it was first switched on: I’ve amended my viewpoints on more than one occasion since I wrote those articles. Today I'm more alarmed than ever before. The power of the LHC is still increasing, due to reach full steam in 2016. Oddly enough there’s a statue outside the CERN laboratory, and it’s not one of Albert Einstein or Isaac Newton; it’s the Indian god Shiva. Shiva is the oldest recorded deity on Earth; His image on cylinder seals can be found in the ruins, in Pakistan, of the Harappa civilization, right at the dawn of history. He is a supreme god in Hindu mythology, the most mighty of them all, and is charged with destruction and transformation; yes, a very strange figure to decorate a scientific institute with. As I’ve said before many times, the Illuminati love mythological and occult symbolism. The reference to the Hindu pantheon is not without precedent in scientific works to create means of great destruction. In 1945 a very perturbed and regretful Robert Oppenheimer was interviewed on film shortly after the Trinity Test, saying that his invention, the atomic bomb, brought to his mind the words of the Lord Vishnu in the Bhagavad Gita: “Now I am become death, the destroyer of worlds”.

So should this worry us? Maybe. What’s going to happen next? Do the Powers-That-Be have other plans for the LHC? I’ve already vacillated over the theory in the articles linked above that the Illuminati might be planning a “Gotterdammerung” manoeuvre; destroying the world or universe because they know they’re going to lose it. They’d rather it all went down into Hell than let free people have it! An extremely spiteful kind of global scorched earth policy. Then again, could they be using the enormous power of the LHC for some positive mission, to do something that will achieve their New World Order? It’s not alternative to say that the LHC might have the power to mine the very fabric of the universe and expose all its Quantum Mechanical workings to scrutiny. This might cause all wave forms to collapse into particles, and who knows what effect this could have! It might make or break the New World Order; but, we are in that pivotal time period predicted by both the Mayans and Western mysticism. By now they must be getting desperate and be willing to take very big risks.

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