professorpan wrote:This article is crappy, but click on the video links -- very unusual.
pp wrote:Who has been dicking around on Rense? I only go there to ferret out his Jew-hating material, and I haven't had the stomach to do that in ages.
Flashforward is a science fiction novel by Canadian author Robert J. Sawyer first published in 1999. The novel is set in a fictionalized and overly futuristic year 2009. At CERN, the Large Hadron Collider accelerator is performing a run to search for the Higgs boson. The experiment has a unique side effect: the entire human race loses consciousness for about two minutes. During that time, nearly everyone sees themselves in the future (by about 21 years). Each individual experiences their own future through the senses of their future self. This "flashforward" results in countless deaths and accidents involving vehicles, aircraft, and any other device needing human control at the time of the experiment.
Isn't Obama traveling to Norway tomorrow to pick up his Nobel Peace (hah) Prize?
Maddy wrote:I have no idea what to think about this, but have a very bad feeling.
The first thing I think of is that in 1946 Jack Parsons, along with Marjorie Cameron, and (of all godsforsaken people) LRonHubbard, began working a ritual called Babylon Working. It wasn't long after he was did that, claiming it a success, that UFO sightings began to become more common (example: Roswell). Parsons was a rocket propulsion research scientist. The ritual was based on Enochian magic, with the attempt to bring about an archtype female (Scarlet Woman) and bring her energy through to the world.
Then we have the LHC collider going on, and now this.
I'm going to watch.
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