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Stargates are real

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posted on Jul, 9 2008 @ 09:36 AM
Zorgon...thought you'd like this article.

As the world's largest and most expensive science experiment, the new particle accelerator buried 300ft beneath the Alpine foothills along the Swiss French border is 17 miles long and up to 12 stories high. According to reports, it is designed to generate temperatures of more than a trillion degrees centigrade (that's probably hot enough to burn a hole in the sun!)... Not only could the LHC generate enough energy to create particles that exist in other dimensions, it may also produce "unparticles", a possible source for dark matter. Now, the energy may be so focused that even the fabric of space-time may be pulled apart to create a wormhole, not to a different place, but a different time.

posted on Jul, 9 2008 @ 09:39 AM
Posted twice...apologies.

[edit on 9-7-2008 by Jalana Dax]

posted on Jul, 9 2008 @ 11:40 AM
reply to post by Jalana Dax

This LHC is scary! I've known about it for years but now that I read more into it...well, it could be more than a "bother." I have visions of "The Hitch hiker's Guide to the Galaxy," only on a much larger scale.

Why in Heaven's name would mankind build such a monster science project? If they could turn the place into a giant bread oven, they could feed the entire world seven times over! Tunguska was nothing! What have we wrought!

posted on Jul, 9 2008 @ 12:28 PM
reply to post by Jalana Dax

well, now wouldn't that be the reason behind calling it "ALICE"?

i don't think we are talking about destroying the Earth or anything. Not unless they are careless in its utilization, otherwise you could see some damage.

What worries me more is that the research will all be scuttled away to vaults, away from public eyes.

posted on Jul, 9 2008 @ 12:54 PM

Originally posted by Jalana Dax
Zorgon...thought you'd like this article.

Thanks I will add that to my pages

The ALICE portal

The CERN Portal

Does this remind anyone of anything?

Seems like I have more work to do
there is a lot of new material on this project since I started watching it

But for those of you who don't know yet... the Alice and Wonderland "code" is found a lot in relation to high level projects... There is an Alice related symbol above the door at S4
and the terms "down the rabbit hole" and "where getting deep into the rabbit hole" are found every where we talk conspiracy... this is NOT a coincidence

I have been down that Rabbit Hole many times... and I have chatted with the Rabbit... he told me once the secret of the "Cheshire Cat"... and then laughed as he reminded me that asking questions about that will draw the attention of "The Kings Men" and we all know what happened to "Humpty Dumpty"

That is the location of the underground ring of the accelerator...

Lets hope it won't look like THIS after they switch it on

A couple of Reviews here for late comers... to Noobies PLEASE read the documents before telling us how crazy we are

Los Alamos National Labs Project Looking Glass (again with the Alice
ATS put this in skunkworks

Pegasus Document Release #003
Through the Looking Glass with Phase Conjugation
Fall 1982
Los Alamos National Laboratory

USAF work on Stargate Wormholes DoD and AFRL documents

Teleportation Physics Study
DTIC Copy - AFRL-PR-ED-TR-2003-0034


This one is fun...
Wormhole Physics 101
By Dr. Samantha Carter, et. al.

Goa'uld Ship Spotted by SOHO Solar observatory? - Nasa Image

"I have taken the opportunity to update the book and include new theoretical and observational results obtained since the book was first published (on April Fools’ Day, 1988). I have included a new chapter on wormholes and time travel. Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity seems to offer the possibility that we could create and maintain wormholes, little tubes that connect different regions of space-time. If so, we might be able to use them for rapid travel around the galaxy or travel back in time." Steven Hawking

Steven Hawking from his book "A Brief History of Time"

I have three pages of papers by Steven on teleportation, unfortunately posting these would be a copyright violation. I will see if I can post a link where you can get them but there might be a fee...

Pegasus members may view a copy in the library once I get it finished


Here are some free ones..

Teleportation Physics Study - An Analysis of its Exopolitical Implications

Just HAD to add THIS one Its cute and fits my lifestyle
but it shows scale... this thing covers a LOT of real estate

Many of you may not know this but.... the "Alice and Wonderland" terminology creeps in a lot when dealing with hidden projects and weird science...

You all have heard the term "going into a deep rabbit hole" use in many conspiracy talks... hehehe Not a coincidence

Now I have been down several very deep 'Rabbit Holes' lately... and I have chatted with the 'Rabbit'... sometimes he takes the Time to tell me things... he once told me the secret of the 'Cheshire Cat'... then laughed as he reminded me that asking questions about that draws the attention of the 'King's Men' and we all know what happened to 'Humpty Dumpty'

When dealing with 'Rabbits' you need to learn the language... and pay close attention to the clues 'hidden in plain sight'... you will see 'Rabbits' make a lot of use of 'these'

No they cannot 'spell it out' for you... you have to figuer it out yourself... but they CAN point the way... and nod when you found it

Welcome to my Rabbit Hole


Ummm anyone else find THIS comparison scary?

Operational safety

Even at the local level, the size of the LHC constitutes an exceptional engineering challenge with unique safety issues. During operations, the total energy stored in the magnets is 10 GJ, and each of the two beams carries an overall energy that reaches 362 MJ. For comparison, 362 MJ is the kinetic energy of a TGV running at 157 km/h (98 mph), while 724 MJ, the total energy of the two beams, is equivalent to the detonation energy of approximately 173 kilograms (380 lb) of TNT, and 10 GJ is about 2.4 tons of TNT. Loss of only 10−7 of the beam is sufficient to quench a superconducting magnet, while the beam dump must absorb an energy equivalent to a typical air-dropped bomb. These immense kinetic energies are even more impressive when one considers how little matter is carrying it. Under nominal operating conditions (2808 bunches per beam, 1.15E11 protons per bunch), the beam pipes contain about 1.08E-9 grams of hydrogen, which, in standard conditions for temperature and pressure, would fill a volume of roughly 0.01 mm3.


Safe... quite safe... go home now nothing to see here folkes

[edit on 9-7-2008 by zorgon]

posted on Jul, 9 2008 @ 02:36 PM
Don S. Davis (General Hammond)

With great sadness we must report that veteran actor Don S. Davis passed away on June 29, 2008. He was 65 years old.

[edit on 9-7-2008 by undo]

posted on Jul, 9 2008 @ 04:42 PM
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R.I.P Don S. Davis (General Hammond)

Damn........ that means no more stargate for him

Great post Zorgon btw.


posted on Jul, 12 2008 @ 12:08 AM
Another small discovery that may be related to my theories thus far.

According to the lore, the mesopotamians that came long after the tower of babel incident, would make a magic bowl and bury it under their house or beneath their floor boards. It had incantations or prayers in it that would trap "demons". This fits in with the references to the anunnaki or sons of god who had tinkered with the species on the planet, and had been sent threw the gate, which was always under the ground, typically beneath a structure or under a deep body of water.

So there we have it, the magic bowl. It looks like a shallow bowl, sort of disk-shaped, and has writing inside it, that starts on the outside edge and goes in towards the middle

here's a google search for related images

Could this be a local tradition that surfaced as an answer to the problem of "Demons" , copied after the solution used to solve the problem with the gate? after all, the things that get put in the "bottomless pit" (the star gate in my theory), were some unsavory fallen angels of some sort. it may be an example of how the two things (demons and fallen angels) ended up being refered to interchangably, even though they are essentially different.

[edit on 12-7-2008 by undo]

posted on Jul, 12 2008 @ 10:13 AM
i]reply to post by undo

Good morning Undo and thank you for posting that info in regards to the mesopotamian bowl.
Sometime back, 10 years or so at the Ren fair I bought this medallion that captured my interest. From what I remember on the info card (I just looked for it and unfortunately, I dont have it no more) it said the inscription was Hebrew and yes the demon(s) get caught in the "incantation" as its reads from the outside to the center. That part I am sure of, its just the language I was sketchy on.

I think it'd would be really neat if it is related to the Stargate material. Nice find!

edit to add....

i wanted to add that about the Hebrew part, I'm not at all implying you are incorrect. I'm more positve that you're the one holding the correct info. The way I see it, a simple retailer doesn't/may not have all their info. After all, it's just a sale to them and they probably arent too serious about replicated antiquities anyways.

[edit on 12-7-2008 by spikedmilk]

posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 04:40 AM
perhaps some of its descendants are the scrying bowl, the magic mirror and the crystal ball. this all seems to tie in quite nicely, especially the bowl and the mirror concepts. they didn't actually look in the mirror to open the gate (even though practioners still claim they open portals to the spirit world in this fashion), the gate had a reflective, watery surface, and was assumed to be a mirror by later researchers, perhaps?)

i have a problem with the mirror gate concept, especially the crowley, parsons/hubbard, portal openings. according to crowley, when he did the "Amalantrah Working", he opened a magic portal threw which came this being called Lam.

Lam, says modern day ufologists, looks like a grey alien. It's pertinent to mention here that the working required "sex magic", and this is exactly what Crowley's drawing of Lam is, the moment of coitus. Lam's head is the head of a penis and his body is the female pubic region and vulva. In short, he appears to have created a deception. However, I don't know who did the deceiving: 1) Lam (if Crowley ever actually summoned him threw "Sex magic") or 2) Crowley. The whole thing seems ingeniously designed to obscure the true nature of the event, and further confuse the issue.

From this we could conclude several possibilities:

1. That the greys are spirit entities that Crowley met at some point and later depicted as the summoned entity of the magic sex act.
2. That the greys are aliens that Crowley met at some point, and later depicted
3. That Crowley was lying, hadn't met a being at all and had just made up the Lam encounter
4. That Crowley wasn't lying, had met a being but because it was confusing for him, he assumed the entity appeared as it did because of the act of sex in the ritual so he depicted it that way.
5. That the entire thing is a cover up for real entities, either alien, spiritual or subterranean, that Crowley met, and the altered appearance and storyline as to how Lam got here, is part of the disinfo.

I have no idea which is for sure the true answer to the question, but it does have all the earmarks of deliberation of some sort considering all the references to the appearance of the greys.

[edit on 14-7-2008 by undo]

posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 02:20 PM
reply to post by undo

While looking for more info about Crowley, I stumbled across a thread at a website I've never heard of: SCAM.COM. They seem to talk about a lot of the same stuff there as on ATS, but the thread that came up while Googling "Crowley Lam" was entitled The JFK Stargate Mega Ritual. I didn't read it all yet, but the gist of it seems to have mostly to do with synchronicity, accidental or deliberate, in Hollywood movies and mainstream media. (Though I guess if it's deliberate then it's not really "synchronicity", is it?)

ANYHOW, I thought we were far-out space cadets! I decided I was going to do something else, and put it on the back-burner to read later when I scrolled to just about midway through the page to find this:

...which may not seem so "serendipitous" by itself, but after perusing the thread to see how they were tying all kinds of stuff together, I couldn't help but to think of our own mighty Zorgon, over here talking about similar stuff in a parallel dimension. Or at least a parallel conspiracy theory message board.

SO... I'd like to see how 'The Consortium' feels about some of the theories over there. It's a long thread, but not compared to this one.

posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 08:21 PM
LOL! Well that was certainly interesting, Tera.

I had a blog talk radio show for a couple months, but due to health concerns, had to give it up. One of the people I interviewed was a guy who went simply by the name THE HOODED MAN. He was a former member of the OTO, an organization that Crowley, Parsons and Hubbard were all connected with at some point. The interview was really strange and interesting.
You can hear it here: (it's a winamp file) right click and save to desktop then boot it up in winamp.

here's a page on the subject of Crowley and Lam, written by someone else

[edit on 14-7-2008 by undo]

posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 09:44 PM
reply to post by undo

Aw, just "interesting"? I felt you patting me on the head as you said it, too.

Nah, that just happens to be one of my pet subjects lately; The deliberate and/or serendipitous (I promise not use that word again for a while) use of symbolism in media. The concept that messages are being inserted into our entertainment. That the creators of such entertainment may or may not know they are doing it or why.

To explain one unproven theory with another, I think that creative minds are more in tune with the collective consciousness, which I think knows things that the individuals that make it up don't. Things about secrets it's individual members are trying to keep from each other. Things about the future, too. Ask Verne, Wells, Orwell, Asimov, or Dick.

Combine that with the agendas (known and hidden) of politicians and corporations in bed with media moguls, and it's not hard to see that our entertainment media is being used to tell us something someone somewhere wants us to believe.

I've read that Crowley page before, but thanks for the refresher. The Lam thing is a conundrum for me though. I get the impression that churchy types want to draw a comparison between Lam and the grays, because they think both are evil hellspawn. I get the impression from the OTO that they like to draw the same comparison because they want to use it as proof of their powers.

I just don't think it looks like a drawing of a gray. It does seem to match some descriptions I've read of the Roswell aliens, and bears a slightly greater resemblance to Whitley Streiber's Communion cover:

but Lam's eyes are just completely wrong, plus he has a big schnoz.

...Which makes me consider your assessment of the drawing. This is the first time I've heard this, which is what sent me Googling
in the first place. I don't think he looks like a penis either, but then, looking at the lower half of the sketch, the hands are definitely in the intergalactically-recognized vagina symbol, and I must admit, overall it seems to depict naughty bits in the act of coitus. Especially that nasty "coat" he's wearing. Ew.

Edit to add:
I downloaded your interview and will listen to it later tonight - thanks!

[edit on 7/14/2008 by Teratoma]

posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 10:24 PM

Especially that nasty "coat" he's wearing. Ew.

it's how you got here bud!
or, that's the theory.

posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 11:06 PM
reply to post by undo

Hey I'm a fan of everything about the ladies and their lovely... Womanliness. I just thought Crowley's rendering was gross.

...I feel the thread going into one of those areas where you start getting irritated and then we all feel dirty and ashamed.

1000 pardons - I'll be in my bunk.

I had to come up with several different ways of wording this whole post. Everything I thought of could've been construed as a smarmy double-entendre.

posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 11:31 PM

Originally posted by Teratoma

I scrolled to just about midway through the page to find this:

...which may not seem so "serendipitous" by itself, but after perusing the thread to see how they were tying all kinds of stuff together, I couldn't help but to think of our own mighty Zorgon, over here talking about similar stuff in a parallel dimension. Or at least a parallel conspiracy theory message board.

I'm so gonna tease Zorgon about this one.
He's been hiding his true identity from us all!

posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 11:37 PM
Thought folks might find this interesting. It's a reconstruction of the Enki's temple at Eridu

Personally, I'm of the belief that this was a later attempt at duplicating something from traditional memory rather than original witness.

posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 11:47 PM
reply to post by undo

HA! Zorg...what a nice term of endearment.

So....that temple looks very masonic in design. If that is the temple, and it is accurate, that is a very advanced design isn't it?

posted on Jul, 15 2008 @ 12:16 AM
reply to post by bigfatfurrytexan

yes it is, and it's based on later versions of eridu. not from the time of sumer. eridu was also babel. the temple was not just the e.abzu, it was also later known as the etemenanki and the tower of babel. various rulers attempted to rebuild it but it kept getting torn down.

this website supposedly shows the evolution of eridu

they are missing enki's temple, as it is described in the sumerian texts. i'm presuming this is because it wasn't a building but a spacecraft.
but this is a pretty darn good site for exploring the area if you're into archaeology

here's another example:

[edit on 15-7-2008 by undo]

posted on Jul, 15 2008 @ 12:54 PM

More "synchromystical" weirdness. Perhaps I should join that other board! If I were to psychoanalyze Crowley's Lam drawing (which is not one of my qualifications) I'd say that it reveals a level of immaturity. Of course this is coming from the guy who depicts his ex-girlfriend as a wraith.

Comparing Lam to the "Great Gazoo" might just seem like more of my irreverent sense of humor, but when you consider the fact that William Hanna & Joseph Barbera took many opportunities to show that Fred and Barney were members of a secret society (called The Loyal Order of Water Buffaloes), it's hard to dismiss.

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