PUSHING GOD THROUGH THE WORMHOLE
MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
There have been many people that have argued about science, as we know it, is just an organized system of ignorance and disinformation when it comes to the confirmation of the existence of a world that is beyond ours.
They have dangled in front of us cosmic carrots that make us think we are edging closer to finding out the ultimate truth.
I doubt there is some ultimate truth and if is ever found, it will be by accident. However, accidents are the very thing that can wipe out our very existence.
The basic scientific theories of evolution, big bang and general relativity have given us basic concepts to lunch our biggest theories and discoveries. This gives us an underlying quantitative framework, enabling us to predict what will happen under a variety of situations, and to then go out and test those predictions empirically.
So far, these theories have demonstrated themselves to be eminently valid.
Where their predictions can be described by mathematical expressions, we can tell not only what should happen, but by how much. For these theories in particular, among many others, measurements and observations that have been performed to test these theories have been supremely successful.
However, we live in times where reality that is based on science is tested.
This brings us to the argument that you never know when your approximations, rules, or logical steps will suddenly cease to describe the Universe. You never know when your assumptions will suddenly become invalid.
If the laws of nature change over time, or behave differently under different conditions, or in different directions or locations, or aren’t applicable to the system you’re dealing with, your predictions will be wrong. And that’s why everything we do in science, no matter how well it gets tested, is always preliminary.
But the technocrats don’t like it when you talk that way — they want to tell you that all things scientific are settled and that nothing changes.
That is a myth.
Things happen every day that thrust us into various scientific quandary.
At the beginning of the year, I said that an alien artifact of some kind would be passing near the Earth and that when NASA could see it up close they would be able to tell if it was artificial or perhaps a space rock.
There was something that passed the planet that was considered alien because it was an artifact that did not belong in our solar system. Code-named ‘Oumuamua, the interstellar visitor is a cigar-shaped asteroid the size of a football field. It is traveling at a stunning 85,700 miles per hour, many people were saying that the object looks very much like an ancient spaceship moving through space and even more interesting is that even though NASA is calling it a space rock – the object (again not from our solar system) was hard to track because of its irregular speed and orbit; maybe we are not getting the whole story.
While ‘Oumuamua’ came from the direction of Vega, a bright star in the Lyra constellation, the team believes that ‘Oumuamua’ could actually have traveled through the Milky Way for hundreds of millions of years.
Thus it has been give its name, which is Hawaiian for “a messenger that reaches out from the distant past.”
If it is a messenger, what message has it sent and why is it that NASA is saying that it can give us clues to our origins?
Who or what sent the message?
I don’t know about you, but I had a lot to think about after my show with Ryan Gable. I know that what we discussed was launched from a Popular Science fiction show, but the reality of it all when pondered carefully strikes an ominous chord no matter who skeptical you may be about the Montauk Project, the experiments at CERN or even the attempts by SETI or METI to send messages to extraterrestrial intelligence.
It appears there’s an expedient rush by scientists to find something or observe something that may be alien to our solar system or that may be lurking somewhere in a “bubble universe” that sometimes overlaps our reality.
If it is discovered or if it has been discovered already it is going to change everything that we have perceived over time. This is why it is some compelling and chilling territory to explore. Dimensional hopping, and planetary discoveries are arguably getting closer to the goal that no one really wants to admit to – that is the goal of finding who or what started it all.
What if I were to say to you that the next few years will confirm for us whether we’ll be able to continue to increase our understanding of our origins whatever they may be.
For the first time in the history of science, we could be facing questions that we cannot answer, we may be facing things that we don’t want to admit and we may meet beings or creatures that we may be surprised to find have core connection in a vast cosmic family tree.
Man has always wanted to find out how things work. Our curiosity and the questions are what fuel our enthusiasm to explore. From the simplest questions like, how do we build a fire, is the world going to end or is it as limitless as the universe. What is out in that universe? Will I find my creator there? Is God an omnipotent, unfathomable being or can I find him by detecting one of the smallest particles in the Universe?
We’ve answered many of these questions, but many are still open. We’ve come very, very far. But everything we know about our world including the Earth, our solar system, our galaxy, the universe, what they are made of and the rules they play by amount to only five percent of the whole story.
A total of 95 percent of the universe is still unknown. We think it is probably a mixture of what we call dark matter and a hypothesized dark energy.
The Universe is still a matter of unfinished business.
However, the more we push and the more we explore, will we find out that perhaps there is a limit to what we can do? Will we discover that limit by actually pushing God thorough the Wormhole?
Nudging or even creating our own Armageddon?
Pushing God through the Wormhole sounds like the equivalent of forcing Alice through the Rabbit Hole and to illustrate it even deeper, we have to confirm that our universe is just one in a vast multiverse of billions of other universes.
We know now that perhaps the Department of Energy has already found ways to somehow maneuver through the multiverse. We are told that physicists have already discovered new particles that uphold radical theories like string theory, which predicts the existence of a multiverse. These particles if they exist are being produced at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN.
It is rumored that the experiments there have opened doorways to several levels of hell, but wouldn’t it be surprising if they also have opened the gates for several levels of heaven?
Is it a wise move to push ourselves into these realms overlapping the other universes?
What do we exchange when we do so? Do we make ourselves a target for some sort of infiltration or incursion?
Last year the Vatican had a secret that they had uncovered from the estimated 53 miles of books that exist in their library, about our origins and the recent reconstruction of a leather manuscript that had been estimated to be more than 4,000 years old. The manuscript was discovered in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.
The most important thing about this manuscript is that it was announced that the ancient scroll was reconstructed and that it contained religious spells as well as colorful depictions of divine and supernatural beings, predating those found in the Book of the Dead manuscripts.
The text has been found on rolls that were created between 2,300 BC and 2,000 BC – from the late Old Kingdom up to the early Middle Kingdom. It contains many new religious texts, including a large pictorial-textual segment from the so-called Book of Two Ways, known from the floorboard decorations of Middle Kingdom coffins, as well as religious spells formulated in the first-person singular, probably intended for recitation by a priest.
The text illustrates a holy place in the stars that is protected by multiple gates and powerful extra-terrestrial guardians. They are said to be supernatural beings with immense magical powers.
The officiator that would utter the incantations did so in order to open a conduit or vortex that would lead to the place where the omnipotent beings were said to be.
In the year 593 BC, ancient history documents the early days of the Babylonian siege of Jerusalem. A man named Ezekiel witnessed a marvel in heaven – a wheel within a wheel spinning towards him. After speaking with the strange looking occupants of this flying wheel, he was given instructions on how to use the heavenly event for leverage against idol worshipers.
Then comes the incarnation of Christ: the union of an extra-terrestrial God’s divinity with our humanity. Human beings were thereby placed at the center of the cosmic drama, which made no room for questions about the redemption of other intelligent beings.
The Gnostics believed humans are divine sparks trapped in the human body. They claimed they possessed the secret of the Divine Spark or particle and how to “perfect” their bodies into light. The Great Perfection, as it is called in Tibet, is the process whereby all the nerves of the body are transmuted into a vortex of energy and the Divine Spark is “beamed” to another locale in space-time.
The Gnostics had an interesting take on the soul. They postured that the soul was composed of an immaterial and imperishable crystal or particle substance. They claimed that it came from the highest realm and was entangled in the human body. The entanglement of humans and the particle substance was also connected to the Earth.
Jesus said in the Apocrypha of Judas ‘Come that I may teach you about secrets no person has ever seen. For there exists a great and boundless realm, whose extend no generation of angels has seen, in which there is a great and invisible spirit, which no eye of an angel has ever seen, no thought of the heart has ever comprehended, and, it was never called by any name.’
We have reported before that researchers from the University of Edinburgh’s School of Physics and Astronomy say that the aliens have already arrived –and that we are made up of various particles and germs that have come from space. They have based their dramatic findings on a new study of fast-moving extraterrestrial dust that constantly rains down on our atmosphere.
These particles serve as tiny ‘spaceships’ for microorganisms from alien worlds that traverse the vastness of interstellar space for eons before reaching Earth. This dusty downpour could also collide with biological particles in Earth’s atmosphere with enough energy to send them careening into space, and conceivably onwards to other planets in other solar systems.
Astrobiologists earlier found evidence of microorganisms reaching the planet in air samples taken at extreme altitudes, and from the discovery in 1984 of fossilized worms in a meteorite from Mars. Exciting data from the 1976 Viking space probes, which actually confirmed the presence of Martian microorganisms but were overlooked for 25 years by careless scientists, back these findings. In 2006, researchers from Columbia University discovered traces of amino acids, the building blocks of life, on meteorites that landed in Australia and the US less than a hundred years ago.
Some scientists argue that these extraterrestrial amino acids mixed with moisture in Earth’s ancient atmosphere to produce an acidic “soup” that then nourished the planet’s first organisms. This ties in with the panspermia theory, which says that outer space seeded Earth with comet-borne primitive life forms over four billion years ago.
We are on the verge of the cosmic moment where the beings in the highest of realms will come through the wormhole or their calling cards will be seen approaching our planet.
We still don’t know how, or where, life began. The significance of all of fascinating discoveries are now forcing us to reevaluate the foundation of the creation. It forces us to think seriously about who or what was behind the creation of mankind.
We are now confirming with compelling evidence that there is alien or extraterrestrial life out there somewhere. We are beginning to realize that perhaps their ability to travel here has really nothing to do with whether or not they travel light years, they may just be hopping through the multiverse.
If all of the discoveries hold up, we may find out that yes these beings are among us and they share much of the same traits as we do.
Maybe we will find that we have been them all along.