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Two Pillars: Ley Lines to Your Fault Line

September 25th, 2010No comments

 

Two Pillars: Ley Lines to Your Fault Line

 

By Peter Fotis Kapnistos

 

 

Is someone else here?”

”Yes,” the stranger said. “Boaz and Jachin are here.”

In the cave, two pillars looked like they had been inserted into the surface of a stony wall.

“Boaz, meaning strength is here, on the left,” the stranger pointed. “The pillar of smoke, of cloud by day. And Jachin, to establish, is on the right, the pillar of fire by night.”

“Melcart and Hiram of Tyre? The Pillars of Hercules? Verses of the Rig-Veda, the sacred columns of the Norse mythology?”

Mythology?” the stranger asked. “Take a closer look at these pillars. Tell me how old you think they are.”

”They seem to be ancient.” The pillars were not decorative. They were the most unattractive pillars he had ever seen. “They look like clay pipes.”

“They are the sturdiest pillars ever made.” Notice how they don’t reach the floor or ceiling of the grotto. They jut out from the mass like two elbows. What purpose could they serve? The pillars Boaz and Jachin are said to support the foundation of the world. They are chains which bind together the earth and sea. If the pillars go, what happens to the world?

Two ancient rivets were made into immovable bolts, to prevent a ley line, or commonly traveled pathway, from becoming a fault line. But the unattractive pillars are gone now, taken away by a modern museum team.

When the new fault line forms, three continents will lash against each other. The world, as we know it today, will no longer exist. Will we be compelled to establish a New Jerusalem?

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Ley line: Ley lines are alleged alignments of ancient sites or holy places, such as stone circles, standing stones, cairns, and churches. Interest in alleged trade routes as sources of mystical energy has become very popular in Great Britain. Occultists believe that there are certain sites on the earth that are filled with special “energy.”

The Seattle Arts Commission gave $5,000 to a group of dowsers to do a ley line map of Seattle. The group said that the “project made Seattle the first city on Earth to balance and tune its ley-line system.” Skeptical citizens have criticized the Arts Commission for funding a New Age project, but the artwork continues to be displayed on a rotating basis in city-owned buildings within Seattle.

There is no evidence for the belief that ley line energy is connected to changes in magnetic fields. None of it has been scientifically verified yet. However, it has long been known that birds are able to sense magnetic fields and use them to navigate, particularly when migrating south for the winter. Scientists have recently discovered that birds use their right eye to see the Earth’s magnetic field and use it to navigate.

German researchers found that if a bird’s right eye was covered by a frosted goggle, the birds could not navigate effectively, while they could navigate perfectly well if the left eye was covered instead. Both the visual and magnetic images involve variations in light and shade, but visual images tend to have sharp lines and edges, while the magnetic images have more gradual changes from light to dark.

“Researchers led by Katrin Stapput of Goethe-Universitat in Frankfurt, Germany, discovered that when this magnetic sense is distorted the patterns of light and dark make little sense because the bird cannot separate the information from the visual and magnetic images.” (“Revealed: Birds navigate by being able to SEE Earth’s magnetic field with their right eye,” Daily Mail Reporter, 14th July 2010)

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Fault line: In geology, a fault is a planar fracture or discontinuity in a volume of rock, across which there has been significant displacement. Large faults within the Earth’s crust result from the action of tectonic forces. Energy release associated with rapid movement on active faults is the cause of most earthquakes.

A fault line is the surface trace of a fault, the line of intersection between the fault plane and the Earth’s surface. Since faults do not usually consist of a single, clean fracture, geologists use the term fault zone when referring to the zone of complex deformation associated with the fault plane. Faulting breaks rocks and tends to grind them into small bits that decompose faster than the nearby, unfaulted rocks. The result is that most fault lines are obscured by thick soils.

“Faults are different from fault lines. A fault is a three-dimensional surface within the planet Earth. At the fault, rocks have broken. The rocks on one side of the fault have moved past the rocks on the other side. In contrast, a fault line is a line that stretches along the ground. The fault line is where the fault cuts the Earth’s surface. Faults come in all sizes, from small ones whose short fault lines you can see in a single road cut, to huge faults whose long fault lines can be seen best in pictures taken from orbiting satellites. Any particular block of the Earth has room inside for more small faults than big ones, so most faults are small. On continents, faults are everywhere, of all sizes, and they formed at many different times during the Earth’s long history.” – United States Geological Survey (USGS)

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(SEPTEMBER 2010)  PETER FOT K KAPNISTOS, ICARIAN SEA, GR, 83300.

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Philadelphia to Athens

September 19th, 2010No comments

 

Philadelphia to Athens: USS Eldridge Wartime Mission

 

by Peter Fotis Kapnistos

 


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Scotland Yard investigated the Third Reich doppelganger theory (British Council infiltration by Bavarian Illuminati or Astrum Argentium “Silver Star”) and the final report now remains hidden from the public. A hundred-year ban has been imposed on key facts concerning the so-called deaths of certain German leaders. The US Navy, on the other hand, keeps its own documents (Stargate Project) and is ready to make public any information required to bear out that American forces were not drawn into unlawful activity.

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Just an ordinary day
till you came around

I had my feet on the ground
so much for that
Just an ordinary day
till you came around
and now my life’s upside down
imagine that
and it’s all because I heard you say
and it’s all because I heard you say
and it’s all because I walked your way
and I heard you say, Hey hey
I heard you say, Hey hey
(“Hey Hey,” Dennis Ferrer, 2009)

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Near the end of World War II, the Third Reich’s nuclear strategy was in disarray. Berlin was unable to produce a working atomic weapon. Nor could it power up the great “uranium engine” that its top scientists had presumably designed. But in the eastern Mediterranean, things were remarkably different. There, diverse ships’ crewmembers spoke secretly of an American floating atomic reactor.

In 1961, a converted liberty ship called the Sturgis was part of the US Army Nuclear Power Program and supplied 10 MW (13,000 hp) of electricity. The MH-1A (MH- mobile, high power) was a pressurized nuclear power reactor built by Martin Marietta and mounted on the USS Sturgis. It was said to be the world’s first floating nuclear power station.

Yet rumors of a floating multi-megawatt power system started in World War II, when atomic research was still publicly disavowed and kept secret. The so-called Philadelphia Experiment was alleged to be a 1943 experiment by the U.S. Navy at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, in which the U.S. naval destroyer USS Eldridge and her crew briefly experienced strange physical alterations. High-frequency experiments were carried out later with the generating plant of another destroyer, the USS Timmerman:

“In the 1950’s this ship was part of an experiment to test the effects of a small, high-frequency generator providing l,000hz instead of the standard 400hz. The higher frequency generator produced corona discharges and other well known phenomena associated with high frequency generators.” (www.history.navy.mil)

Whatever occurred in the Philadelphia shipyard was only an experiment. The “actual wartime mission” of the USS Eldridge took place shortly thereafter, in part of the eastern Mediterranean Sea. It had been taken for granted by some maritime historians that the US destroyer was in fact a nautical nuclear reactor (as a naval back-up system) for the top-secret Manhattan Project to develop the first atomic bomb.

A reactor’s core sometimes discharges a corona of photons (Cerenkov effect) giving the sense of partial transparency or see-through visibility.  As long as the Philadelphia Experiment’s critics lectured only about electromagnetic fields or invisibility shields, and not the fissile properties of uranium-235 or the fusion reactions of nuclei, the floating atomic power station effectively remained under wraps following the war.

The USS Eldridge (DE-173) was a destroyer escort that assisted with Mediterranean convoys. The convoys included around 100 ships. A division consisted of six ships. In the same division with the USS Eldridge were the USS Carol, the USS Atherton, and the USS Amick. Between 4 January 1944 and 9 May 1945, they sailed on the vital task of escorting men and materials to the eastern Mediterranean.

Carlos Miguel Allende, (Carl Meredith Allen) wrote a series of letters in 1955 to UFO researcher Morris K. Jessup. Allende claimed to have witnessed a ship in Philadelphia made “invisible” with electromagnetic fields when he was a sailor in 1943. The Office of Naval Research asked Jessup to travel to Washington D.C. to discuss the strange letters with its naval officers. In 1959 Jessup was found dead in a car from suicide by carbon monoxide poisoning.

Writers Brad Steiger and Sherry Hansen at first scanned the records of hidden naval technology that was once known as Project Rainbow. The book, “The Philadelphia Experiment: Project Invisibility,” by William Moore and Charles Berlitz came out in 1979. Alleged crewmember Alfred Bielek in effect later claimed that it was a space-time experiment linked to the Montauk Project. One of the supposed guides of the so-called “Montauk time vortex” was none other than the ill-famed occultist Aleister Crowley.

While Crowley was a branded pro-German propagandist and blatant sympathizer of fascism, he was also a prominent symbol of London fringe-masonry and in contact with British intelligence. Since the actual wartime mission of the escort ship took place in the eastern Mediterranean Sea, military observers wondered if Aleister Crowley used his “mole” talents to somehow pilfer US naval technology during that chaotic period.

Conceivably, top US military commanders wanted the Nazis to find out that America had the world’s first floating nuclear reactor. By demonstrating its “utility” in a liberated eastern Mediterranean port and allowing Third Reich leaders to believe the nuclear barge would soon fall into their hands, native German attempts to unlock their own uranium engine might be put on hold.

A counterintelligence strategy to persuade misinformed Gestapo moles that Germany would effortlessly gain control of the nuclear barge might have kept the Nazi pipe dream going long enough to cut off Hitler’s Germany — with no Reich military-grade reactor by the war’s end. But first, the gallant escort ship would need to make known its mobile nuclear capacity. Just around that time, a failed mutiny disrupted the chief Allied harbor of the eastern Mediterranean — the main cruise ship port in Europe, and the third largest in the world.

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“Don’t look at the hole for too long,” warned the elderly sea commander.

“What hole?” asked the port supervisor.

“The dark hole inside the gap of nuclear fission,” the captain replied.  “It can be steel or any element. But don’t let your view converge on it without adequate eye protection. The radiation can deprive you of sight.”

The port boss was a Gestapo mole. He had brokered a hard line agreement for a utility demonstration in the liberated port, as a deterrent display of force. The catch was to generate a tiny but credible amount of nuclear energy — a negligible neutron source — only just strong enough to roast an acorn or heat a pizza.

To bear out its potential, with a tactful show of degaussing to counteract the magnetic field of the ship, the American destroyer would pump “a very weak particle beam” into what looked like an ordinary gas pipe on the docks. In this way, the Allies would aim to flush out and map a rogue Nazi target assembly buried somewhere under the ancient streets of the eastern Mediterranean city.

“Don’t look at the hole for too long,” the sea captain warned again. “Let it pass like a distant flash.” He knew just what the cruel Gestapo mole was capable of. A botched port mutiny would soon add fuel to a bitter civil war and facilitate the start of the Cold War.

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Stewart Raffill directed the 1984 movie “The Philadelphia Experiment.” The 1989 music video “If I Could Turn Back Time” from singer Cher played on feelings that a warship crossed the brink into hyperspace. The leading rank of Scientology is the “Sea Organization,” an elite group wearing naval uniforms that deal out weird beliefs on a ship.

The USS Eldridge became the property of the Greek Navy in 1951 and was renamed the HS Leon (D-54). In neighborhood movie theaters, the daughter National Star of Greece, Aliki Vougiouklaki, was put on show dressed up as a sailor to lionize the Greek Navy.

Even though Greece was considered peripheral and inadequate at the time, American bureaucrats directly constructed the Democritus Nuclear Research Center with a reactor and decontamination unit in Athens. A funicular cliff cable railway opened to the public.

The HS Leon was reportedly sold as scrap after the year 2000. Still, up-and-coming these days is the plan of providing “floating nuclear reactors” to power cities. The Russian company Rosenergoatom is setting up a mobile megawatt-floating barge to deliver nuclear energy to inaccessible areas. The planned nuclear ship is said to be thoroughly blueprinted and ecologically safe.

When asked why American troops weren’t first to enter Berlin in 1945, General Dwight D. Eisenhower usually answered that they were looking for Adolf Hitler in his Southern Redoubt stronghold. Yet, talk that the German program couldn’t power up its nuclear reactor was not unfounded. The US Army’s “Alsos Mission” commenced in 1943. It was named with the Greek term for an amusement park or “sacred grove” in honor of General Leslie Groves, in charge of the Manhattan Project. The Alsos exploration of Nazi military sites confirmed that Germany did not turn out an atomic bomb.

At the end of World War II, the Anglo-American Allies rounded up Adolf Hitler’s top nuclear scientists and secretly transferred them to an English country house in Cambridge known as Farm Hall. In what was called “Operation Epsilon” the German scientists remained under house arrest for six months where their conversations were recorded, transcribed, and translated. From those recordings we learned that Hitler was not particularly interested in developing an atomic bomb. Instead, the Nazis were secretly working on a “uranium engine” or super reactor for military purposes:

“I would say that I was absolutely convinced of the possibility of our making a uranium engine, but I never thought we would make a bomb, and at the bottom of my heart I was really glad that it was to be an engine and not a bomb.” (Werner Heisenberg).

The 2000 Tony Award-winning play “Copenhagen” is Michael Frayn’s view of the puzzling meeting between the famous physicists Werner Heisenberg, a German, and Niels Bohr, a Dane, in Nazi-occupied Denmark during the war. Because Heisenberg, a founder of quantum theory who headed the Reich nuclear research team, was not an admirer of Hitler, a security screen or safeguard had to be set up. Heisenberg’s group was required to produce mathematical formulae and small working models of the proposed uranium engine. Then, all construction work was transferred to loyal Nazi, Abraham Esau, the head of the German Bureau of Standards that supervised the building of large-scale atomic projects under Albert Speer. Esau was also in charge of Reich uranium and heavy water (deuterium).

The Allies did not make known the large-scale nuclear military designs of Esau in detail. The research bureau of the Reich Post Office concealed various independent branches of Nazi atomic experimentation. Perhaps only ten percent of the Farm Hall conversations were released in manuscript form: “Some of the German transcriptions are not available in the British or American files and are apparently lost.” But according to the recordings, the German scientists seemed to be more interested in high-energy rays than atomic explosions. At one point they discussed the possibility of Farm Hall being bugged with microphones.

Before the war’s end, a disturbing story emerged that took stock of the German Redoubt as an underground stronghold connected by rail to Fortress Europe. Even Eisenhower’s headquarters took it very seriously. “The Redoubt idea produced in the mindset of the Allied Command the sense that if — and when — Hitler was found it would be in the south.” On the eve of the Normandy invasion an Allied Command wartime report concluded that:

“It seems reasonably certain that some of the most important ministries and personalities of the Nazi regime are already established in the Redoubt area. Goring, Himmler, Hitler are said to be in the process of withdrawing to their respective personal mountain strongholds.”

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In the embittered end, the magic child hesitated and would not struggle, betraying the spiteful promise of an ultimate blitzkrieg. When the guards discerned he was taking far too long to stagger out the door, they were smitten with alarm and apprehension. But when a control fuel pipe was sabotaged shortly afterward, they realized their uranium engine now could not power up, and the war would be lost. The anger was beyond words. Instead of rising up, the magic child favored suicide, and wished to die in a bunker.

Consequently, a backup plan directly went into action. In place of a damaged control duct, a US destroyer would be manipulated, evasively. Even though the escort ship’s nuclear surge would not send out as much energy as required to sustain a chain reaction, the floating atomic barge was here on a clear mission to conquer. Its convoy ruled the sea and drove back all refusals to go along with it. An American display of nuclear governance in the liberated seaport would signify the end of the German war effort.

In their brutal resentment, the guards pledged their hostage a fate far worse than dying: binary fission, fully awake. They would force the magic child to taste the death ray — the neutron beam invented by James Chadwick in the 1930s. When a neutron source collides with a fissile uranium target, a nuclear reaction occurs, which can be controlled to produce energy.

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“The Guns of Navarone” is a 1961 film based on a World War II novel by Alistair MacLean, starring Gregory Peck, David Niven, and Anthony Quinn. It depicts the efforts of an Allied commando team to enter an impregnable Nazi fortress in occupied Greek territory and destroy a massive German gun emplacement that commands a key sea channel.

In actual fact, above and across a stylish street in Athens called “Navarinou,” corners of an ancient hilltop are hollow inside and contain cannons and mounted guns that command the waterway of the largest passenger port in Europe. German architects built a number of military bunkers, passages, and rooms inside that raised mass of earth before the war.

“Escape to Athena” is a 1979 war film directed by George Cosmatos, starring Roger Moore, Telly Savalas, and David Niven. It portrays the actions of uncultivated Greek partisans who make off with art treasures from the Nazis, and consequently wipe out a garrison stronghold of V2 rockets in German-occupied Greece capable of stopping an Allied invasion.

Yet, the most atrocious secret weapon of the Southern Redoubt gossip was said to be a type of “death ray.” Perhaps it is garishly portrayed in “Goldfinger,” a 1964 movie with Sean Connery based on Ian Fleming’s spy novel. True to form, secret agent James Bond is strapped to a table under a searing laser, which slowly begins to slice the table in half.

Strong controlled fission beams may release radiation and intense heat that can vaporize elements, similar to an industrial laser. But nuclear particle collisions may also fleetingly create microscopic black holes — and momentarily “warp” the gravitational structure of space and time: “A fireball created in a US particle accelerator has the characteristics of a black hole, a physicist has said.”

It was generated at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) in New York, US, which smashes beams of gold nuclei together at near light speeds.

Horatiu Nastase says his calculations show that the core of the fireball has a striking similarity to a black hole. (“Lab fireball ‘may be black hole,’” BBC News, Mar 17, 2005)

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Nearly all of the dockworkers were told that wooden cases on the wharf with “MEL” marked on them contained honey, and that laborers dressed in beekeepers suits were preparing beehive products for the fleet. In the spring of 1945, only a few sailors recognized that full body suits, gloves, and face shields protected physicists from radioactivity in a floating atomic reactor.

Camouflaging the ship’s glowing discharge was rather more difficult, but still within the acceptable limits of an atmospheric reflection. The escort ship’s nuclear energy lined up with its destination duct just as the attempted seaport mutiny began. A rainbow thunderstorm roared. Siren devices wailed out warning sounds. Power surges and spikes occurred throughout the Mediterranean metropolis, releasing electrical charges at several points in the power lines.

Allied aircraft watched from the sky for signs below of surrender. It came at last when a water outflow was quickly spotted over twelve kilometers away. A conduit hydrant had split open, flooding part of a recreational area’s boulevard.

The assault units arrived within minutes. Some of the brigade dashed up through the subway. Others got there with military vehicles. Near the boulevard was an abandoned German motor van, blocking the entrance of a well-designed tenement. Long black hoses zigzagged from an outlet panel on the side of the van to gas pipe sockets in the pavement. The van was a mobile mechanism to maneuver a neutron source through an accelerator’s channel and divert it to its target assembly. The alleyway was swamped with slippery streams of lubricants.

The assault units searched for more German technical machinery. But the task forces arrived first. The Gestapo mole was waiting for them at the driveway of the bunker when the revenge squads got there. The decoy bunker complex had been completely evacuated. There were no signs of life inside — except in the last resting place.

Visionaries imagine human travel at light speed in terms of a whole, intact person. But the Nazis did not. They crudely annihilated a human guinea pig in a concrete encased reactor. Some particles did reach light speed. The rest of the confused mass was fully awake, still alive, but not for long.

Fighters jumped down brickwork stairwells to the sunken internal chamber. They were met with a gruesome spectacle when they discovered the human target assembly. Dire pursuit of criminal organ trafficking at last uncovered the shocking traces of a vicious biological experiment. The genital member was scorched. A lonely wooden chair was splintered with a hole.

The Gestapo mole quickly pulled a coil from the back of the victim’s collar and flung him over a slippery mattress. He said the captive was in a coma and beyond hope. The mole then fired his handgun. What began as a revenge mission ended as a mercy killing.

“We got the real one,” an assault unit negotiator yelled into his radio communication microphone at the top of his voice. “The soldier is dead. He was shot in the head. He was sick.”

Sick unto death — like a brain in a vat. Feet of clay were used to psychologically torture the magic child, who was forced to remain perfectly still and motionless. A ball of clay or soil had been pasted around the foot of his chair. A shift of the chair would cause the clay lump to crumble and break into smaller fragments. Guards could then measure the lightest movements that took place when they were not present, and correspondingly discipline their prisoner.

It looked as if the guards had by some means produced a pulsed spark of atomic lightning, in high peak power. The heat and wavelength of the loose fireball diverged at an angle. The fireball’s broad frequencies did not appear to emit enough energy to chemically transform substances by simple thermal transfer. But its focal core gave off the burst of a cutting machine.

Germany’s discovery of nuclear fission in 1938 fulfilled one of alchemy’s greatest goals: the transmutation of elements. New forms of matter could be created out of others.  It marked a turning point for magical orders that sought to transform the elements.  In a Nazi decoy bunker, a living soul became dense, primordial matter. An atomic trace of plutonium — corrosive, unlawful to possess — was created in a human breeder reactor.

Identification photos were taken. According to the Gestapo mole’s settlement, the scorched body would be moved at once to Germany and be retrieved by Russians in the Chancellery ruins of Berlin. The extra precautions — disposed of in a garden and additionally cremated with gasoline — would prevent rebellion among Third Reich radicals and lock up the swift lying down of arms.

Within 24 hours, large crowds would be celebrating in Europe. The news reports would be brief but quite exact: The ailing leader had spent nearly all of his period of influence in a cavernous bunker — on the map, below Berlin — where he directed lightning war tactics under the most demanding conditions. When his blitzkrieg undertakings failed, he decided to finish his life in his dugout headquarters. After the war, the decommissioned atomic escort ship would go to the Greek Navy to evoke an enduring moment of the past, for old times’ sake.

Not surprisingly, unreliable troop rumors would go on retelling of transportation in time, and servicemen’s limbs implanted in sections of the wall. However, the missing body part reports would never fully require an official answer. That anomaly, in common with the scorched genital member, would appear improper — as a juvenile joke implied in pubs or beer halls.

“Please don’t lose your balls down in the bunker.”

(“Down In The Bunker,” Steve Gibbons Band, 1978)

As the Third Reich buckled in the spring of 1945, the sweeping caves of the taboo Southern Redoubt were ransacked of arms and equipment. The bombproof units that were to survive and reorganize Nazism became fetid ditches of rubbish and discarded articles. The Germans ravaged the bunkers before they retreated. Red Indian assault units seized war machinery and technical equipment. Some cavern access-points were deliberately damaged with explosives so the entrances could not be located. Many were sealed shut.

In hindsight, a hollow slope protected by ancient myths and buried pillars may have been a natural choice for pompous German leaders wanting to conceal their Redoubt fortress and conduct secret atomic research in the land of Democritus. The Fuhrer announced his official arrival to Nazi-occupied Greece in 1941.

Yet, if 20th century technology did produce an atomic fireball to twist the truth of space and time, and send life’s gene pool into a vortex, was it really such a well-preserved secret? The marble quarries of Athens have been associated with mysterious activity since ancient times. The doctrine of “purgatory” over the centuries depicts it as a mountain stronghold in the south, considered a way of purification:

“The nethermost cavities of Hades are beneath a mountain called lucid by the wolves, the unseen place of scorpions. It is a hideaway of the lost, as Dante’s Inferno, holding its prisoners beyond the seven gates and the sea below all seas, reaching under Jerusalem.

“The mystery of the uranium engine is a furnace of Greek atomism that rises up from the underworld known as the abyss. It is where primordial forces sought by the ancients build the flames. Splitting Democritus’ atom, the dark spaces between stars are set on fire, and from Leucippus’ broken star new forms of matter are created.

“Grim is the hollow of remorse in the cavernous cauldron of purgatory. Beneath that tarnished bronze door is a sight almost too terrible for humans. There, kings, ministers, and soldiers selfishly contend with the atom’s strongest force, tearing at the very fabric of space and time, and reworking chaste nature into other realities. In that dreadful inferno, one sits forever, whose blinking of an eye brought death to thousands.”

“Well, I stand up next to a mountain
And I chop it down with the edge of my hand.
Well, I pick up all the pieces and make an island
Might even raise a little sand.”
(“Voodoo Child,” Jimi Hendrix, 1968)

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The Southern Redoubt “Uranium Engine” chair was reportedly taken to Camp Hero air force base at Montauk Point, New York (now known as the Montauk Chair) in the 1980s, to study metabolic quantum entanglement effects. Wood of the true cross?

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(SEPTEMBER 2010)  PETER FOT K KAPNISTOS, ICARIAN SEA, GR, 83300.


 

 


 

 

A rainbow thunderstorm roared. Siren devices wailed out warning sounds. Power surges and spikes occurred throughout the Mediterranean metropolis, releasing electrical charges at several points in the power lines.

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Using an adaptation of Einstein’s general theory of relativity, Nikodem Poplawski, of Indiana University, Bloomington, analysed the theoretical motion of particles entering a black hole.

He concluded that it was possible for a whole new universe to exist inside every black hole, which could mean that our own universe could be inside a black hole as well.

(“A universe could exist ‘inside every black hole,’ claims scientist,” TELEGRAPH.CO.UK, 02 Aug 2010)

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Alien Cuticle : microbes from space

September 10th, 2010No comments

 

Alien Cuticle :  Salmonella-like microbes from space

 

 

There is a Germanic belief in sympathetic magic that a man can change himself into a werewolf by donning a girdle belt.

 
The beast is the girdle


This trophy from the Python won, This robe, in which the deed was done,

A serpent girdled round he wore, The tail within the mouth, before;

His vest, for day and night, was py’d; A bending sickle arm’d his side;

An Allegory of Man

by Samuel Johnson

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The Serpent Girdle of Abraxas

 

  • Brax = girdle (vr_ko lykos = vampire)
  • Torso of Athene, with Gorgoned aegis fastened round the waist
  • Athena with serpent girdle over diploidion – early period.
  • Ares, god of war, wears a serpent girdle. This girdle, a kind of snake made of fabric, leather or metal, is a symbol for sexual power.
  • If you look at the little Minoan snake-goddess you will see how two of the three snakes she wears actually form the girdle that goes round her hips.

L.W. Wilde

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“Girdles were used for religious purposes in the Greek and Roman liturgy, and Anastasius mentions in the 9th cent. muranula, or jeweled girdles in the shape of lampreys or eels.”

The girdle of Finnen or St. John by an Irish monk may be a Celtic version of the Abraxas serpent girdle:

‘The girdle of the serpent is my girdle, the serpent is about me that men may not wound me, that women may not destroy me.’

Encyclopedia of Religion, Part 11 By James Hastings

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Seaweed, mustard, and burnt almond


Salmonella-like microbes from space. Alien cuticle. The beast is the girdle, set into the wireframe shape of a human torso. Worn by Cartaphilus and worshiped by your children, with embraces and kisses, to bond their hearts to the religion of clinical vampire sex magic. The alien abduction.

 

 


 
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Government and the Alien Scapegoat

September 5th, 2010No comments

 

Government and the Alien Scapegoat

 

Peter Fotis Kapnistos (2010)

 

Symbolically, a scapegoat was sent into the wilderness in a biblical ceremony to bear the guilt for others. In our day, philosophical anthropologists describe the phrase “scapegoat mechanism” as a misinformation procedure. As maintained by the theories of scapegoat psychology, aggression is displaced on an easy villain.

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Below the foothills of the settlement, unknown spies gathered to map and prepare a surprise assault. The community encampment, high above, gave fretful attention to an assessor’s forewarning. Some shuddered. “We’re doomed,” said a counselor. “They’ll return with an army of soldiers.”

“Not so,” replied the high priest. “Send Azazel,” he waved to a sickly goat, far-off outside the camp. It lay on its face with spongy waste oozing from its head. The high priest selected a troop to get ready the goat Azazel. No wearing of leather or wool and linen woven together was allowed within the group, for that would bring the poor health of Azazel into the encampment. The entire population was not to eat in public.

Women in the troop were skilled in the talent of ornamenting the body, dying the hair, and painting the face and the eyebrows. They applied the fine art of beautifying Azazel by dye and paint.

Workers made a vestment of golden braces. They strapped the ailing goat’s withered legs and varnished its brittle horns. They fastened a scarlet woolen thread, needle stitched, to close the moldy sore on Azazel’s head. The woolen thread was extremely long, since Azazel was sightless from diseases that affected its nervous system, and needed to be guided toward the enemy position. Ten booths were constructed at intervals along the road leading from the community encampment to the steep mountain rock face.

“Men were stationed at intervals along the way, and as soon as the goat was thrown down the precipice, they signaled to one another by means of kerchiefs or flags, until the information reached the high priest.”

In the foothills below, an unfamiliar enemy witnessed an awe-inspiring scene. The spirit of a Golden Fleece all of a sudden frolicked amid the foliage. The man looked up again and marveled at the sight of a living golden-haired lamb. He eagerly called his comrades to come together around the charmed lively fleece. Its eyeball twinkled with balsam and its jaw blushed with berries. Its yellow coat had the scent of a sugary fragrance. As if by the mystical, a breathing Golden Fleece had become visible to the spies like a triumph omen. The adversaries hurriedly called upon their made-up gods and had their pagan ways with Azazel. They geared up a char-grill for their conquest feast.

The story of Azazel cannot be fully told in the company of children. It is a source of impurity, desolation and corrupted manners. Half the distance to the ravine below, Azazel’s limbs were discovered shattered and strewn with its girder horseshoes, jeweled rings, and fitted buckles. Azazel’s scorched remains were afterward found at the bottom of the valley of the rock of Bet Hadudo. At the break of day, profuse watery discharges and vomiting beset the enemy spies. By the twilight they were lifeless.

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Alien Cuticle : microbes from space

 


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After the events of September 11, the Bush-Cheney administration and its coalition partners declared a Global War on Terror. Not only did the American government pledge to overcome the “cold-blooded killers,” but it also urged other nations not to offer safe haven to these terrorists. President Bush said in a famous speech, “If you harbor a terrorist, you’re equally as guilty as the terrorist.”

“Send Hammi,” the lady of the arid expanse thought.

Others viewed her as a prophetess, but to some, she was a queen of the desert.

“Hammi?” the tall general said with a surprised look on his face. “He’s the worst of the worst.”

“That’s what they want don’t they?” she softly replied. “Worst of the worst. Let’s obey the American demands. Open our reformatory doors and let loose the foul birds that once disturbed us. Send them to the front line camps for the Americans to take delivery of.”

She looked at the outlying meadow. “We’ll be rid of many troubles. The Americans want authority of brave men. Do not enter a pointless fight to defend indecent rabble and ruffians.”

“Send Hammi,” she contended and weathered a tearful look.

Some time ago, “hamam” Hammi ran the homeboy terror gangs through the old streets of East Jerusalem. He was a ferocious slasher who sought wages for low jobs. Hammi never claimed to be a Muslim or a Jew.

“What exactly did he do?” a police officer new to the post once imprudently asked.

“He sculpted with slaughter knives,” the law enforcement chief harshly replied. “One of his examples had a garland of flowers and a folded card.”

“I’m sorry I asked,” the officer considerately reacted.

“We’re all sorry regarding Hammi,” the police chief continued. “His house was finally bulldozed because he caught a bug doctors couldn’t diagnose or cure. A hydra beast growing in him. It has to be surgically cut and trimmed at regular intervals. And it’s catching. Doctors say Hammi has an unsolved syndrome that inflicts the worst of the worst.”

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The Institute of Astronomy at Cambridge has contributed greatly to the theory of stellar nucleosynthesis and cosmology. One of its astronomers coined the term “Big Bang.” For decades it has also investigated the likelihood of diseases from space. The details involve the incubation of microorganisms in comets that eventually cross Earth’s pathway.

Today more scientists are suggesting that viruses and bacteria responsible for peculiar infectious diseases might arrive at the Earth from space. They are studying cometary bacteria that enter the Earth’s atmosphere from space fallout.

“A recent experiment published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences has shown that a microbe can turn even more dangerous in space than on Earth. In that study, a bacterium particularly nasty for humans — salmonella — was shown to become more virulent after just 83 hours of growing in space.” (Barry E. DiGregorio, “Deadly Microbes From Outer Space,” Discover, February 2008)

The popular “Men in Black” films starring Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith laughably depict extraterrestrial hydra beasts hiding in human bodies. They helped foster an urban myth that government agencies supposedly carry out secret operations here on Earth in order to keep us safe from aliens, and the worst bugs.

When the government declared a War on Terror, the general public thought the “worst of the worst” would be examined under strict supervision with the utmost concern. The Institute of Astronomy at Cambridge, for example, had a large amount of data and related apparatus to lend out. But it was scandalously revealed that the only basic tools the US interrogators were given to confront a possible “Azazel danger” consisted of rubber gloves, lumber boots, and a guidebook for nude discomfort positions. An apparent lab error?

The belief that the “worst of the worst” will feel shame when unclothed is mistaken. It gives prospect for the nastiest bugs to contaminate secondary hosts. Had the writers of the antiterrorist interrogation guidebook consulted the Office of the Surgeon General, they would have known that a nude discussion without reason increases the chances of secondary host microbial infections by up to 90 percent. Who wrote the guidebook?

Much of the medical community was displeased by so-called water board regulations in conjunction with the “worst of the worst.” Most hydra-type bugs will grow down, passing out through the bowels. But the syndrome of Hammi grows up, and must be cut (see: “What’s the Berghof Beast?”). An arbitrary spurt of water and mucus on or after asphyxiation may be a highly dangerous cause of secondary host infection. Regrettably, the outliner of the guidebook seems less of a scientist and more of a medieval dungeon furniture salesman.

A secondary host infection will appear as a cyst or lump in the body, usually around the thighs and upper arms. For the “hydra bug” to complete its lifecycle and reproduce, the secondary host must be bleeding, thus transferring its genetic material through direct contact or various “splatter breeze” effects to another primary host, such as Hammi.

Unluckily, the guidebook seemingly took occasion to expose US interrogators to blood-borne pathogens without consulting the Surgeon General. Bees will learn to aim directly at flowers having the best nectar and pollen. If “Azazel bugs” use comparable instincts to find their secondary hosts, surgically removing their cysts may lessen the chance probabilities of deliberate hemorrhage.

Professor Stephen Hawking recently said that if we were ever discovered by an alien civilization, they would probably conquer us. But don’t imagine space ships and laser cannons. They will conquer us with a microbe. Will the Earth’s governments know how to face up to it, when it comes to the worst of the worst?

 

What’s the Berghof Beast?

 

The Berghof was in the Bavarian Alps near Berchtesgaden, on the same mountain as the “Eagle’s Nest.” It was a large country house following the example of the château of Ermenonville. An extract from a French book of the 1790’s, Essai Sur La Secte Des Illumines (1789) (French Edition) , claimed that the huge château of Ermenonville near Paris was one of the chief lodges of the Bavarian Illuminati movement. It belonged to the Marquis of Gerardin, who once sheltered the prominent Enlightenment writer Jean Jacques Rousseau. The well-known impostor and alchemist St. Germain allegedly presided over it.

What happened in the Berghof is revealed in “Eyes Wide Shut,” a 1999 drama film by Stanley Kubrick based upon the 1926 novella Traumnovelle (Dream Story), by Arthur Schnitzler. Dr. Bill Harford enters the massive masked orgy of an underground cult. Some of the masked participants are said to be powerful members of society.

In the spacious mansion people wearing various robes and Venetian carnival masks watch a sexuality ritual involving naked women standing in a circle, led by a masked man. As the cloaked people watch, women rise from a circle and select men from the audience, including Bill:

“The woman informs Bill that he is in danger and urges him to leave, but he refuses. She is led away by someone else, after which Bill wanders through rooms in which orgies are occurring.”

What’s the Berghof Beast?

In the Berghof, the adamant chancellor often had “too much” sex and would typically seek relief from carnal gluttony in his adjacent tea house. Here, he would wrestle with “the old serpent,” an occult demon of the underworld, more ancient than the shark.

Is there a doctor in the house?

“More towels,” cried an orderly.

“The miracle of sacred emanation,” smiled the bowed wizard of Oz. “Magick ectoplasm issuing from Abraxas’ divine source.”

“You’re full of flatworm,” the doctor whispered and jostled for more elbowroom. “You’re doing fine… Only twenty more feet to go…”

“More towels,” the orderly frantically repeated again.

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Today, the Bilderberg Group, Bohemian Grove. (Unfortunately Bill blamed the messenger, instead of thanking him for warning Bill in advance.) Addendum: The beast-body is of cuticle. When the beast dies, the cuticle hardens. Flat razor. Sharper than a bull’s horn.

 

(SEPTEMBER 2010) PETER FOT K KAPNISTOS, ICARIAN SEA, GR, 83300.

 

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