Friday, October 16, 2015

Delusional, disillusioned, distrustful or just plain crazy?

I have been doing some research on the CERN project, aka the Hadron (Super) Collider and come across some interesting views. Many are questioning whether the risks out-weight the benefits.

One fascinating view is from a preacher, Tom Horn, who wrote a book about the Lucifer telescope owned by the Vatican in Arizona. I had all but dismissed his theories until I found out he predicted the month and year Pope Benedict XVI would retire, which was deemed an impossibility until it happened.

I am torn between the belief that his far-out prophecies, predictions and investigations are motivated more by profit than the pursuit of truth. If history has taught us anything about finding fact and truth, it’s contempt before investigation is our greatest stumbling block. Although entertaining, his Youtube channel is a current-day, biblical Twilight Zone.

During one of his end times talks, he asserts the supercollider may be the key to the pit, written in Revelations which will open the gate where the beast is to be released upon the earth. The God particle, dark matter, inter-dimensional realities, transhumanoid beings interjected as biblical prophecy? It’s very difficult to be objective in all his assertions.

As a science-fiction enthusiast, the entertainment value was top shelf.  So much fiction has become reality. So much of the impossible has become possible. Just because we believed the earth was flat and man would never fly did not make it fact.

Based on his popularity, and book sales, many are investigating his theories. If only 1 in 10 are accurate, man is in for a spectacular and horrific turn of events.

1 comment:

TommyBoy said...

Hello Denney,

O man, I know what you mean. Do you think it's a greater stretch to believe 9/11 and the Sandy Hook shooting incident were cooperative events staged by elements within our own government or that lizard beings from the 11th dimension are released by experiments at the Hadron Collider?

How about this one: the Hillary Clinton candidacy is a done deal and elections in the US are rigged?

Does it mean that I am crazy if I believe the rich and powerful have an unfair advantage over the less fortunate when it comes to politics and the machinations of power?

What's the bigger, more pertinent lie? The definition of "is" (thank you very much, Willy Clinton), the concealment of government-sanctioned murder at Waco (Branch Davidians and biker/restaurant massacre) or a bogus terrorist bombing in Boston, Massachusetts?

Gee, sometimes all I can hear is the cackling laughter of Hillary Clinton informing me that it's all due to a right-wing conspiracy.

Thanks for reminding me I am not the only one out here with a jaundiced eye toward news of "human progress".