Housed at Mt. Graham, critics wonder are the ‘evil ones’ planning a staged end times scenario
By Greg Szymanski, JD
April 23, 2010
The University of Arizona, together with the Vatican and Jesuit Order, announced today it named its newest high-powered telescopic instrument ‘Lucifer’.
There has been a great deal of speculation, among Vatican critics, why in the first place the Jesuit Order was allowed to build a huge stellar observatory on Mt. Graham in Arizona – on holy Indian ground – in cooperation with the state-run University of Arizona.
With the naming of Lucifer, critics claim the Vatican has showed its true colors, using God and Jesus as shills for their true master — Lucifer.
According to an article in Popular Science by Rebecca Boyle the “new instrument with an evil-sounding name is helping scientists see how stars are born.”
The article went to explain the name Lucifer stands for (deep breath) “Large Binocular Telescope Near-infrared Utility with Camera and Integral Field Unit for Extragalactic Research.”
“And yes,” according to Popular Science, “it’s named for the Devil, whose name itself means “morning star.”
However, according to a spokesman for the University of Arizona,it wasn’t meant to evoke any connotations of evil.
Lucifer has three interchangeable cameras for imaging and spectroscopy in different resolutions. It has a large field of view and high-res capabilities, which allow a wide range of observations.
Critics are now shaking their heads even more, wondering why the Vatican would have its own stellar observatory and why they would have the audacity to name a new telescope after the Devil himself.
According to Mitch Battros some people believe “it is for the purpose to monitor a warning presented in the Bible.
Could it be it is named “Wormwood” coming from the New Testament book of Revelation, saying:
“And the third angel sounded, and there fell a great star from heaven, burning as it were a lamp, and it fell upon the third part of the rivers, and upon the fountains of waters; And the name of the star is called Wormwood: and the third part of the waters became wormwood; and many men died of the waters, because they were made bitter.” (Revelation 8:10, 11 – King James Bible).
Battros added this reference to the end times as well as Mayan prophecy:
“Is it possible the Vatican has the same information as the Mayans? Both speak of an event coming from the center of our galaxy Milky Way. Both indicate a powerful celestial event. But the most important question of all is “when”.
“I do not believe any scientist or focused individual can argue that all of space science and cosmology appears to have a certain urgency for discovery. From galactic ‘charged particles’ to new found asteroids, there is a sense of ‘let’s find it as soon as we can’.”
Here is an article that appeared in the Native American Roots web site, explaining how the Vatican violated Native American holy ground:
The article continues here:
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Nihilistic thinking abounds in early 2011. Two opposing belief systems now predict the same “end of the world’ this year.
What’s up with the mass death wish?
Is something approaching that is so dire, that many would rather die than face it?
As two seemingly opposing spiritual forces who don’t know one another, never agree, and fight like cats and dogs, look at what both the new age movement and fundamentalist Christianity are now touting: both belief systems are now predicting the end of the world as we know it in 2011. What’s one to make of such a thing? I just watched the video described below, and need to inform my readers, that the world will not end in 2011, neither will it be burned to a crisp, as displayed in the video.
But the solar super storms which are flying our way sure could play havoc with planetary communications systems. It might be a good idea to have several sets of walkie talkies around with an extra bag of batteries, if you need to stay in touch over short distances of 12 miles or less and live in a flat open valley region. Just an fyi.
As for “end of the world” thinking, I’m not sure what to make of it other than the most recent mass Nihilist dream of an immature species spinning out of control. Seeking escape from the responsibilities of spiritual adulthood through death is a very teenage thing to do, and it seems that these days that’s exactly what humanity is doing, dreaming of escape through death. I find it all quite interesting, but I do not believe for one minute that the world will end in a fiery wave of incineration this year, or next year, or the year after, and so on. The end of the world has been predicted before, many many times, with just as much vigor and conviction. It was predicted right before the century turned in 1999. In 1194 Gordon Michael Scallion predicted more than half of the USA would be under water by the year 2000.
There is not a doubt in anyone’s mind that humanity is convulsing and the earth is shaking, more than usual. But the “end of the world” 2011 madness actually runs afoul of biblical teaching itself, which again and again reminds us that regarding the many prophesied events detailed in scripture, “no man knows the hour” and that trying to predict these events is the height of folly. That folly has been proven out again and again since the early advent of the Christian church.
Epic Fails Regarding Christian Predictions That Never Took Place, Historical List:
Failed prophecies: About 30 CE: The Christian Scriptures (New Testament), when interpreted literally, appear to record many predictions by Yeshua of Nazareth (Jesus Christ) that God’s Kingdom would arrive within a very short period, or was actually in the process of arriving. For example, Jesus is recorded as saying in Matthew 16:28: “…there shall be some standing here, which shall not taste of death, till they see the Son of Man coming in his kingdom.” In Matthew 24:34, Yeshua is recorded as saying: “…This generation shall not pass, till all these things be fulfilled.” Since the life expectancy in those days was little over 30 years, Jesus appears to have predicted his second coming sometime during the 1st century CE. It didn’t happen. More details.
About 60 CE: Interpreting the Epistles of Paul of Tarsus literally, his writings seem to imply that Jesus would return and usher in a rapture during the lifetime of persons who were living in the middle of the 1st century. More details.
About 90 CE: Saint Clement 1 predicted that the world end would occur at any moment.
2nd Century CE: Prophets and Prophetesses of the Montanist movement predicted that Jesus would return sometime during their lifetime and establish the New Jerusalem in the city of Pepuza in Asia Minor.
365 CE: A man by the name of Hilary of Poitiers, announced that the end would happen that year. It didn’t.
375 to 400 CE: Saint Martin of Tours, a student of Hilary, was convinced that the end would happen sometime before 400 CE.
500 CE: This was the first year-with-a-nice-round-number-panic. The antipope Hippolytus and an earlier Christian academic Sextus Julius Africanus had predicted Armageddon at about this year.
968 CE: An eclipse was interpreted as a prelude to the end of the world by the army of the German emperor Otto III.
992: Good Friday coincided with the Feast of the Annunciation; this had long been believed to be the event that would bring forth the Antichrist, and thus the end-times events foretold in the book of Revelation. Records from Germany report that a new sun rose in the north and that as many as 3 suns and 3 moons were fighting. There does not appear to be independent verification of this remarkable event.
1000-JAN-1: Many Christians in Europe had predicted the end of the world on this date. As the date approached, Christian armies waged war against some of the Pagan countries in Northern Europe. The motivation was to convert them all to Christianity, by force if necessary, before Christ returned in the year 1000. Meanwhile, some Christians had given their possessions to the Church in anticipation of the end. Fortunately, the level of education was so low that many citizens were unaware of the year. They did not know enough to be afraid. Otherwise, the panic might have been far worse than it was. Unfortunately, when Jesus did not appear, the church did not return the gifts. Serious criticism of the Church followed. The Church reacted by exterminating some heretics. Agitation settled down quickly, as it later did in the year 2000.
1000-MAY: The body of Charlemagne was disinterred on Pentecost. A legend had arisen that an emperor would rise from his sleep to fight the Antichrist.
1005-1006: A terrible famine throughout Europe was seen as a sign of the nearness of the end.
1033: Some believed this to be the 1000th anniversary of the death and resurrection of Jesus. His second coming was anticipated. Jesus’ actual date of execution is unknown, but is believed to be in the range of 27 to 33 CE.
1147: Gerard of Poehlde decided that the millennium had actually started in 306 CE during Constantine’s reign. Thus, the world end was expected in 1306 CE.
1179: John of Toledo predicted the end of the world during 1186. This estimate was based on the alignment of many planets.
1205: Joachim of Fiore predicted in 1190 that the Antichrist was already in the world, and that King Richard of England would defeat him. The Millennium would then begin, sometime before 1205.
1284: Pope Innocent III computed this date by adding 666 years onto the date the Islam was founded.
1346 and later: The black plague spread across Europe, killing one third of the population. This was seen as the prelude to an immediate end of the world. Unfortunately, the Christians had previously killed a many of the cats, fearing that they might be familiars of Witches. The fewer the cats, the more the rats. It was the rat fleas that spread the black plague.
1496: This was approximately 1500 years after the birth of Jesus. Some mystics in the 15th century predicted that the millennium would begin during this year.
1524: Many astrologers predicted the imminent end of the world due to a world wide flood. They obviously had not read the Genesis story of the rainbow.
1533: Melchior Hoffman predicted that Jesus’ return would happen a millennium and a half after the nominal date of his execution, in 1533. The New Jerusalem was expected to be established in Strasbourg, Germany. He was arrested and died in a Strasbourg jail.
1669: The Old Believers in Russia believed that the end of the world would occur in this year. 20 thousand burned themselves to death between 1669 and 1690 to protect themselves from the Antichrist.
1689: Benjamin Keach, a 17th century Baptist, predicted the end of the world for this year.
1736: British theologian and mathematician William Whitson predicted a great flood similar to Noah’s for OCT-13 of this year.
1792: This was the date of the end of the world calculated by some believers in the Shaker movement.
1794: Charles Wesley, one of the founders of Methodism, thought Doomsday would be in this year.
1830: Margaret McDonald, a Christian prophetess, predicted that Robert Owen would be the Antichrist. Owen helped found New Harmony, IN.
1832?: Joseph Smith (1805-1844) was the founder of the Church of Christ, which became the Restorationist movement after many schisms. It now includes The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints — a.k.a. the Mormons, and about a hundred other denominations and sects. He heard a voice while praying. He wrote, in Doctrines and Covenants section 130:
14: “I was once praying very earnestly to know the time of the coming of the Son of Man, when I heard a voice repeat the following:”
15: “Joseph, my son, if thou livest until thou art eighty-five years old, thou shalt see the face of the Son of Man; therefore let this suffice, and trouble me no more on this matter.”
16: “I was left thus, without being able to decide whether this coming referred to the beginning of the millennium or to some previous appearing, or whether I should die and thus see his face.”
17: “I believe the coming of the Son of Man will not be any sooner than that time.” 14
The year in which this event occurred is not recorded. However, one commentator suggested 1832 or earlier. 16 Smith is later recorded as having said:
“I prophesy in the name of the Lord God, and let it be written–the Son of Man will not come in the clouds of heaven till I am eighty-five years old.” 17
Smith would have reached the age of 85 during 1890. Unfortunately, by that year, Smith had been dead for almost a half century, having been assassinated by a mob. Note that his prophecy is ambiguous. It can be interpreted that: Jesus would return during 1890 (which did not materialize) or that
1890 would pass without Jesus’ return (which did come to pass).
Some anti-Mormon sources quote only verses 14 and 15, and draw the former conclusion — that Smith’s prophecy failed.
So just like any other teenager you have ever known, are they inclined to listen to wisdom? Of course not. Humankind is currently obsessed with predicting the year, month and day of it’s own final demise, even though the Holy Spirit has warned us, biblically, and repeatedly, not to do so.
I am well aware of a doom and gloom American Christian sect which is now predicting the “end of the world” on May 21st 2011 of this year, and I have listened to a radio interview by one of their representing believers. What I have found unusual this morning is a contemporary “new age channeled” video which, it appears, is saying something quite similar. Below is the video, along with several others along the same theme.
What breaks my heart the most about these dire predictions is the certain inevitable buffeting and further discrediting which will fly at Christianity once the day comes and goes on 5.21.2011, as any other day in God’s universe does, and absolutely nothing happens. There may be a terror attack, or another riot in the Mideast, there may be a rash of earthquakes, but the world will NOT end on that day. Christianity will become a deeper laughing stock as the day ends, and the rise of the Antichrist will have been helped along a little bit more by the folly and foolishness of groups of Christians who believe they are right, and instead are dead wrong. That’s what bothers me about this the most.
Posting these collected videos below is neither an endorsement or a denial. I am simply posting the current “end of the world” mass death wish religious phenomenon for readers to examine. This “death wish” of humankind’s is getting worse, and I am wondering why. Right now I am not ready to write about my own conclusions on this topic, so I will post examples of the phenomenon for others to consider.
Chase Kyla Hunter
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File this post under “end times phenomenon, last days human behaviors”
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Last friday while the world watched and pondered what consequences may come, on the day that Hosni Mubarak finally stepped down, one American woman who had been sent by CBS to do the job of reporting on events in Cairo was made the brunt of someone’s unhinged primal rage and nearly lost her life.
Lara Logan was in Tahrir Square with a team of CBS news reporters, and became separated from her peers during the melee. She was photographed seconds before the assault began. The photograph below captures the fear and dread on this beautiful woman’s face as her soul suddenly recognizes the dire danger that she is in.
There is no freedom for the human spirit when an innocent American reporter has to be beaten nearly to death, and savaged repeatedly, for no other reason than the sheer barbarism of surrounding men who either could not or would not exercise simple personal self control. Since when does exaltation necessarily descend into depravity on a moment’s notice? And what does such a moment indicate about the true status a species of sentient beings?
There should be an international outcry about what happened to Lara Logan. She is one of more than 140 international correspondents who have been either injured or killed while trying to report on events in the 2011 Egyptian uprising.
Just as in the Gabrielle Giffords tragedy, once again we see certain depraved big media moments, and the “sinking to abject new lows which were formerly inconceivable” as a reporter for the LA Weekly tried to make reference to Lara’s looks as having something to do with why she was raped. It’s a stomach turning fact to realize that in 2011, in the 21st century, when we carry little handheld supercomputers and roll machines across the surface of Mars, that many so called reporters hold such backward and uneducated notions about rape, violence against women and the routine brutality of the male species around the world.
Lara: if I had to more read posts like the one I just noted in LA Weekly on a regular basis, I would blow my brains out too. Note to self: Never ever log on to the LA Weekly ever again, and make note of one more useless, snarky, urban west coast publication that does not live in American actuality.
Making matters worse still, pundit Jim Hoft stooped just as low and blamed Larafor what happened to her. While Lara’s female peers in journalism cry out in compassion about the sheer heartbreak of what she endured while simply trying to report a story, Jim Hoft will go down in history as the most uncouth, medieval and insensitive American male in modern times for his barbaric commentary. He needs to be black-balled from journalism for it, permanently.
Rape has nothing whatsoever to do with politics, political correctness, or liberal vs. conservative issues. It is a crime of outrageous rage, aggression, hatred and violence against the woman who is subjected to it, and anyone who believes anything else is not living in cosmic actuality. Egyptian men who celebrated their freedom by raping an innocent reporter speaks volumes about just how far back in the stone age most men really live, and how little they actually care about the half of the species that brings life into the world, nurtures it and sustains the family.
Gender based misogyny and the hatred of women still exists and we see it everywhere. It exists in every culture, advanced [so called ] and primitive. It exists in Islamic culture to a horrific extreme, and it exists in America as well.
This species level intrinsic misogyny occurs in precise proportion to the amount of regressed anti-spiritual, violent, primitive, unlearned psychology of any culture, in the east or west, that routinely turns a blind eye to it.
In Egypt the males celebrated by raping an innocent woman and beating her. That’s stone age behavior. In America, many male reporters and journalists reacted to the rape by blaming the woman, castigating her beauty, and disrespecting her repeatedly in their commentary. That, too, is stone age behavior. There is no difference. The American men re-raped Lara Logan with every insensitive and vulgar verbal attack, multiplying the crime ten-fold in so doing. At some point in their souls’ existence, at some moment somewhere, they will now have to experience just exactly what it feels like to be the victim of a violent crime, and then to be blamed for it. That’s the law of karma, and it is meted out precisely by Universal Law.
The primitive spiritually dysfunctional vacuous male exists in vast numbers on both sides of the Atlantic ocean. If every woman on the planet disappeared completely for 3 days from the face of the earth, the world would go to all-out war, to the death, within hours, and there would not be a man alive at the end of week one.
When the males of the human species begin to truly venerate women, to finally acknowledge and respect their unique spiritual and intuitive skills, which are hard wired at birth by the Holy Spirit for the protection of the entire human species, then possibly, the species might have hope for a future and survival into the 22nd, 23rd and 24th centuries. Until that time, every time a woman is raped, the hope for the survival of the human species falls into territory which is a little bit more precarious, a little bit more doubtful.
We, as a species, have no hope of ever attaining such grand designs that we might sail forth to colonize Mars or beyond, when we have not learned the kindergarten lessons of how to treat the females of the human species here at home.
As for the males everywhere who blame the woman, they belong back in the early American colonial era, where their thinking still exists. Perhaps college courses at the freshman level which teach and educate as to the long term destructive results of rape on the psyche, the soul, and the mind / body / spirit aggregate need to become mandatory for male journalists before they should be allowed to write about rape. Apparently many men are just as stupid on this subject as they were in junior high school and have progressed little since that time.
Lara was saved from death by a group of women aided by Egyptian police officers. God bless that group of people. At least we can thank those brave people who pulled her free before she was killed pulled to pieces and dragged through the streets. That would have come next.
Suddenly I find myself exceedingly uninterested in ever reporting on what happens next in Egypt, politically speaking, ever again. I find I really no longer care.
But just the same I also find myself suddenly keenly interested instead in following all news that reports updating on the proper justice being served on the men who raped and beat Lara Logan, nearly killing her. If this crime goes unpunished, then we all know how doomed women are to achieve any justice in the world for the many daily atrocities that are perpetrated against them.
I believe in karma, and I believe karma is calling the men who perpetrated this heinous and cruel act against Lara Logan. They all know who they are.
May Jim Hoft, and all the men who agree with him be born a woman, and may they be raped by men just like the ones who raped Lara, for their own own wicked “piling on,” adding additional insult to the injury and assault on Lara Logan’s person, soul, her future and her dignity.
She will be recovering from her injuries, on some level, for the rest of her life.
I hope Jim Hoft’s career ends over his comments. As I understand it, Nir Rosen’s career has now taken a turn for the worse over his vicious comments about the assault as well.
I will watch in weeks and months ahead to see if a real outcry against the Lara Logan rape and the continued raping of Lara Logan made by such vitriolic male commentary is ended by legal or other public means.
If not, we have a real 21st century barometer, a low water mark, indicating the depth of depravity which emerges from men during the global Kali Yuga “end times” period..
Rape is Rape is Rape. It’s Time to Stop Blaming the Victim.
Chase Kyla Hunter
I literally stumbled across these videos, where average everyday people are suddenly confronted with inexplicable aerial phenomenon, while doing research on another topic. “Ring UFOs” are circular ring or doughnut shaped manifestations that appear even stranger than the sundry circular and cigar shaped aerial craft we have become accustomed to seeing.
The world population is being bombarded with “signs, wonders, manifestations”, and a multitude of utterly inexplicable aerial phenomenon. Since more people now own affordable video cameras, more and more sightings are being posted to the web. There are now literally tens of thousands of UFO sightings being posted to Youtube.com, many more than I would ever be able to examine and post.
Truth researchers are up late looking for answers to these aerial mysteries and our federal government is holding the keys to the answers. Public Disclosure MUST take place.
Since I located several videos of “ring ufos”, I am posting them together and as I locate more I will add them to this page. The dates on these are above each video:
NASA Footage, Colossal Ring UFO, Deep Space, August 2009
November 27th 2009
Japan, June 16th 2010
Los Angeles 2010
Rocky Mountains, February 19th 2009
Norfolk Virginia, June 20th 2009
Moscow Russia July 1st 2001 Doughnut Ring UFO
California July 18th 2008 Night Sighting Ring UFO
Detmold Germany August 6th 2009
Sweden March 5th 2009
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Upon first glance, viewing the photos of the pages of the Voynich Manuscript, it occurred to me that the entire thing might be a well executed hoax. I was ready to post a few documents on the web about it, and move on. Then I located an essay on Revelation13.net which states that the word “Voynich” is found in the Bible Codes. I examined a photo print out of one of the Bible Codes in which several words pertaining to the manuscript appear, and the word “Voynich” is clearly there, along with the word “decode.”
Now we have a real mystery to solve. We can drive little robotic machines across the surface of Mars, but we cannot decode the Voynich Manuscript after 500 years. Hmmmm. Believing as I do, that we are in fact, living in the last days, there must be some urgent import afoot regarding the decoding of this manuscript, else it would never have appeared in the Bible Codes.
It’s a damn shame that author Dan Brown has chosen to write fiction, rather than to focus on the real and urgent messages which are unfolding in the Bible Codes, among which, apparently, is a Divine Directive to decode the Voynich Manuscript before the rise of the Antichrist.
Below I have gathered several articles and images related to the Voynich Manuscript which I found intriguing, including the text of the essay from Revelation13.net with photo reproductions of the Bible Codes in which the word “Voynich” appears. If anyone reading this post has contributing information to share on this topic, please post it under comments.
Chase Kyla Hunter 2.13.11
2.13.11 Repost Courtesy of Physorg.com
February 10, 2011 By Daniel Stolte
The Voynich manuscript‘s unintelligible writings and strange illustrations have defied every attempt at understanding their meaning.
(PhysOrg.com) — While enthusiasts across the world pored over the Voynich manuscript, one of the most mysterious writings ever found – penned by an unknown author in a language no one understands – a research team at the UA solved one of its biggest mysteries: When was the book made?
University of Arizona researchers have cracked one of the puzzles surrounding what has been called “the world’s most mysterious manuscript” – the Voynich manuscript, a book filled with drawings and writings nobody has been able to make sense of to this day.
Using radiocarbon dating, a team led by Greg Hodgins in the UA’s department of physics has found the manuscript’s parchment pages date back to the early 15th century, making the book a century older than scholars had previously thought.
This tome makes the “DaVinci Code” look downright lackluster: Rows of text scrawled on visibly aged parchment, flowing around intricately drawn illustrations depicting plants, astronomical charts and human figures bathing in – perhaps – the fountain of youth. At first glance, the “Voynich manuscript” appears to be not unlike any other antique work of writing and drawing.
Photographs of the Voynich Manuscript
The “Bible Code” is a way of looking for hidden prophecies and passages in the Bible, by using a software program to search for messages in the Old Testament Hebrew text. The spaces between words are eliminated, so that the Old Testament is
a continuous block of Hebrew letters. Then, by skipping letters at a programmed interval, the program searches for words. There appear to be patterns to the passages where the words are found.
Also see the other pages on the King James Bible Code:
On this page I show some Bible Code matrices on the subject of the Voynich Manuscript. The Voynich Manuscript is a strange document, that is hundreds of years old, that is written in a strange unbreakable code, and has bizarre drawings of plants and things. Many people have spent years studying it, trying to break the code. On the web you will find many web sites about it and different theories about it; some people claim to have cracked the code. It has also been claimed that it is a Satanic book. It could be that the Voynich manuscript is complete garbage, either written by an insane person, or as a joke. It could be that there is no meaning to it. But here we will see what the King James Bible Code has to say about it.
Using Codefinder software, I searched for Old Testament Bible Code matrices using keyword VOYNICH, in an ELS (skip) -10000 to 10000 search. I found the following three matrices.
This first matrix was at Deuteronomy 17:15 – 33:29. It contains these words:
– VOYNICH (ELS=7624)
– THE BEAST
(in the Bible’s Book of Revelation, the Beast is the Antichrist, the Son of Satan, who is prophesied to rise to power as a Satanic imitation of Christ during the End Times in the future, before Armageddon)
– THE EVILS
— PUT AWAY EVIL FROM AMONG YOU
— PLANT, A VINE
(illustrations of plants are in the Voynich Manuscript)
The next matrix was at Psalm 49:11 – 89:11, and it contains:
– VOYNICH (ELS=4132)
(in the “Omen/Damian” movies about the Antichrist, the Antichrist is named Damian Thorne; also some plants have thorns)
The next matrix was at Joshua 18:10 – Judges 4:24, and it contains:
– VOYNICH (ELS=873)
– WRITTEN IN THE BOOK
In conclusion, there are words appearing in the matrices above that may indicate the Voynich Manuscript does have a Satanic connection of some kind. And there also is a mention of plants (PLANT, GRASS, THORNS, A VINE), and the Voynich Manuscript does have illustrations of plants.
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An alien language
But a second, closer look reveals that nothing here is what it seems. Alien characters, some resembling Latin letters, others unlike anything used in any known language, are arranged into what appear to be words and sentences, except they don’t resemble anything written – or read – by human beings.
Hodgins, an assistant research scientist and assistant professor in the UA’s department of physics with a joint appointment at the UA’s School of Anthropology, is fascinated with the manuscript.
“Is it a code, a cipher of some kind? People are doing statistical analysis of letter use and word use – the tools that have been used for code breaking. But they still haven’t figured it out.”
A chemist and archaeological scientist by training, Hodgins works for the NSF Arizona Accelerator Mass Spectrometry, or AMS, Laboratory, which is shared between physics and geosciences. His team was able to nail down the time when the Voynich manuscript was made.
Currently owned by the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library of Yale University, the manuscript was discovered in the Villa Mondragone near Rome in 1912 by antique book dealer Wilfrid Voynich while sifting through a chest of books offered for sale by the Society of Jesus. Voynich dedicated the remainder of his life to unveiling the mystery of the book’s origin and deciphering its meanings. He died 18 years later, without having wrestled any its secrets from the book.
Fast-forward to 2009: In the basement underneath the UA’s Physics and Atmospheric Sciences building, Hodgins and a crew of scientists, engineers and technicians stare at a computer monitor displaying graphs and lines. The humming sound of machinery fills the room and provides a backdrop drone for the rhythmic hissing of vacuum pumps.
Stainless steel pipes, alternating with heavy-bodied vacuum chambers, run along the walls.
This is the heart of the NSF-Arizona AMS Laboratory: an accelerator mass spectrometer capable of sniffing out traces of carbon-14 atoms that are present in samples, giving scientists clues about the age of those samples.
Greg Hodgins checks on the accelerator mass spectrometer, which narrowed the age of the book down to 1404 to 1438, in the early Renaissance. Credit: Daniel Stolte/UANews
Radiocarbon dating: looking back in timeCarbon-14 is a rare form of carbon, a so-called radioisotope, that occurs naturally in the Earth’s environment. In the natural environment, there is only one carbon-14 atom per trillion non-radioactive or “stable” carbon isotopes, mostly carbon-12, but with small amounts of carbon-13. Carbon-14 is found in the atmosphere within carbon dioxide gas.
Plants produce their tissues by taking up carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, and so accumulate carbon-14 during life. Animals in turn accumulate carbon-14 in their tissues by eating plants, or eating other organisms that consume plants.
When a plant or animal dies, the level of carbon-14 in it remains drops at a predictable rate, and so can be used to calculate the amount of time that has passed since death.
What is true of plants and animals is also true of products made from them. Because the parchment pages of the Voynich Manuscript were made from animal skin, they can be radiocarbon-dated.
Pointing to the front end of the mass spectrometer, Hodgins explains the principle behind it. A tiny sample of carbon extracted from the manuscript is introduced into the “ion source” of the mass spectrometer.
“This causes the atoms in the sample to be ionized,” he explained, “meaning they now have an electric charge and can be propelled by electric and magnetic fields.”
Ejected from the ion source, the carbon ions are formed into a beam that races through the instrument at a fraction of the speed of light. Focusing the beam with magnetic lenses and filters, the mass spectrometer then splits it up into several beams, each containing only one isotope species of a certain mass.
“Carbon-14 is heavier than the other carbon isotopes,” Hodgins said. “This way, we can single out this isotope and determine how much of it is present in the sample. From that, we calculate its age.”
Dissecting a century-old book
To obtain the sample from the manuscript, Hodgins traveled to Yale University, where conservators had previously identified pages that had not been rebound or repaired and were the best to sample.
“I sat down with the Voynich manuscript on a desk in front of me, and delicately dissected a piece of parchment from the edge of a page with a scalpel,” Hodgins says.
He cut four samples from four pages, each measuring about 1 by 6 millimeters (ca. 1/16 by 1 inch) and brought them back to the laboratory in Tucson, where they were thoroughly cleaned.
“Because we were sampling from the page margins, we expected there are a lot of finger oils adsorbed over time,” Hodgins explains. “Plus, if the book was re-bound at any point, the sampling spots on these pages may actually not have been on the edge but on the spine, meaning they may have had adhesives on them.”
“The modern methods we use to date the material are so sensitive that traces of modern contamination would be enough to throw things off.”
Next, the sample was combusted, stripping the material of any unwanted compounds and leaving behind only its carbon content as a small dusting of graphite at the bottom of the vial.
“In radiocarbon dating, there is this whole system of many people working at it,” he said. “It takes many skills to produce a date. From start to finish, there is archaeological expertise; there is biochemical and chemical expertise; we need physicists, engineers and statisticians. It’s one of the joys of working in this place that we all work together toward this common goal.”
The UA’s team was able to push back the presumed age of the Voynich manuscript by 100 years, a discovery that killed some of the previously held hypotheses about its origins and history.
Elsewhere, experts analyzed the inks and paints that makes up the manuscript’s strange writings and images.
“It would be great if we could directly radiocarbon date the inks, but it is actually really difficult to do. First, they are on a surface only in trace amounts” Hodgins said. “The carbon content is usually extremely low. Moreover, sampling ink free of carbon from the parchment on which it sits is currently beyond our abilities. Finally, some inks are not carbon based, but are derived from ground minerals. They’re inorganic, so they don’t contain any carbon.”
“It was found that the colors are consistent with the Renaissance palette – the colors that were available at the time. But it doesn’t really tell us one way or the other, there is nothing suspicious there.”
While Hodgins is quick to point out that anything beyond the dating aspect is outside his expertise, he admits he is just as fascinated with the book as everybody else who has tried to unveil its history and meaning.
“The text shows strange characteristics like repetitive word use or the exchange of one letter in a sequence,” he says. “Oddities like that make it really hard to understand the meaning.”
“There are types of ciphers that embed meaning within gibberish. So it is possible that most of it does mean nothing. There is an old cipher method where you have a sheet of paper with strategically placed holes in it. And when those holes are laid on top of the writing, you read the letters in those holes.”
“Who knows what’s being written about in this manuscript, but it appears to be dealing with a range of topics that might relate to alchemy. Secrecy is sometimes associated with alchemy, and so it would be consistent with that tradition if the knowledge contained in the book was encoded. What we have are the drawings. Just look at those drawings: Are they botanical? Are they marine organisms? Are they astrological? Nobody knows.”
“I find this manuscript is absolutely fascinating as a window into a very interesting mind. Piecing these things together was fantastic. It’s a great puzzle that no one has cracked, and who doesn’t love a puzzle?”
More information: http://voynichcent … com/gallery/
Related earlier article from April 2010:
The Voynich Manuscript
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Sample of the text in the Voynich Manuscript
The Voynich Manuscript is a mysterious document that is kept in Yale University’s Beinecke Rare Book Library. It is made up of 246 vellum pages of the original 262. The document is an unassuming 7 inches by 10 inches. At first glance, one may assume that it is simply an old document, written in a language that they cannot understand, and they would be right, in a way. The thing about the Voynich Manuscript is that no one on Earth can read the language that it was written in. Furthermore, there are no other examples of the language and the author, date it was written and its place of origin are unknown.
Discovery and History of the Voynich Manuscript
The Voynich Manuscript is named for the American rare book collector and dealer who found the document. His name was Wilfred M. Voynich. Wilfred found the document in a Jesuit College just outside of Rome in 1912. The Voynich Manuscript had been documented and attempts made at discovering its origin before then. However, it had slipped out of history. Voynich brought it into the modern public eye.
The earliest definite knowledge of the Voynich Manuscript that researchers can find is dated 1608. Therefore, we know it is at least this old. However, there seems to be some disagreement about how much older than this date the document is. Voynich dated it back to the 13th century. Modern estimates date it back to between the 15th and 16th century. It is generally agreed that it is European in origin. Nonetheless, the contents of the Voynich Manuscript throw many people off and guesses as to its region of origin do vary.
Contents of the Voynich Manuscript
The pages of the Voynich Manuscript contain both pictures and text. The author used black, red, yellow, green and blue ink. Two-hundred-twelve of the pages contain pictures and text. Thirty-three of the pages contain only text. Some researchers refer to some of the pages as the key. Unfortunately, the key has not been very helpful in translating the text.
The pictures in the Voynich Manuscript are as mysterious as the language that it is written in. There are pictures that are obviously botanical in nature. Some of them depict plants of which modern science has no knowledge. There are drawings that seem to be related to astronomy. There are also drawings of nude women bathing in what seems to be an elaborate unknown plumbing system. Many of the pictures contain what appear to be captions. However, they are of no use.
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The language used to write the Voynich Manuscript has resisted translation before and since its discovery in 1912. Experts disagree as to whether it is a language or a cipher. There seem to be patterns that point to a language. It also seems to be alphabetic. The perceived alphabet is thought to be between 19 and 28 characters. There may even be more than one language. However, the complete lack of other examples of this language and its resistance to translation leads some to believe that it must be a cipher created by the author, or authors.
Despite the lack of even so much as a title, most experts agree that the Voynich Manuscript is scientific in nature. They believe that the information thought to be contained within it pertains to botany, biology, astronomy and medicine. The only evidence of what purpose it may have served is conjecture. We can make an educated guess as to its contents, based on the drawings, but a manuscript of that nature could have been used for any number of things.
The Author of the Voynich Manuscript
Amongst the earliest evidence of the Voynich Manuscript is a letter that mentioned Roger Bacon as its author. Unfortunately, the author of the letter was only guessing at the author of the manuscript. Roger Bacon was a scholar and a Franciscan friar. It is possible that he penned the document. However, this was only one man’s guess. There is no evidence that Roger Bacon was responsible, beyond that letter.
One theory regarding the author of the Voynich Manuscript has more to do with the author’s motives than the author himself. Because the document has resisted translation for so long, many people have come to think of it as a hoax. The idea is that someone wanted to pawn it off as a curiosity to Rudolph II of Bohemia, to whom the aforementioned letter was addressed.
A woman named Edith Sherwood concocted one interesting theory that I have come across. Edith has theorized that the Voynich Manuscript was written and illustrated by a young Leonardo DaVinci. While this is an intriguing theory, it may not hold much water.
There is still much research going on regarding the Voynich Manuscript. Some top experts have dedicated a lot of time to attempting to decipher the ‘code.’ Of course, there have been those who have claimed to have succeeded. However, all such claims are unsubstantiated, unfortunately. For now, we will just have to leave the answers up to our own imaginations and hope that it does not turn out to be a cookbook full of terrible recipes.
Voynich Manuscript, retrieved 4/16/10, world-mysteries.com/sar_13.htm
Sherwood, Edith, The Voynich Manuscript Decoded?, retrieved 4/17/10
Another recent article on the Voynich Manuscript:
|The Voynich manuscript is a mysterious, undeciphered illustrated book. It is thought to have been written in the 15th or 16th century. The author, script, and language of the manuscript remain unknown.Over its recorded existence, the Voynich manuscript has been the object of intense study by many professional and amateur cryptographers, including some top American and British codebreakers of World War II fame (all of whom failed to decrypt any portion of the text).This string of failures has turned the Voynich manuscript into a famous subject of historical cryptology, but it has also given weight to the theory that the book is simply an elaborate hoax—a meaningless sequence of arbitrary symbols.
The book is named after the Polish-American book dealer Wilfrid M. Voynich, who acquired it in 1912. Currently the Voynich manuscript is stored in the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library of Yale University as item “MS 408″. The first facsimile edition was published in 2005.
By current estimates, the book originally had 272 pages in 17 quires of 16 pages each. About 240 vellum pages remain today, and gaps in the page numbering (which seems to be later than the text) indicate that several pages were already missing when Voynich acquired it. A quill pen was used for the text and figure outlines, and colored paint was applied (somewhat crudely) to the figures, possibly at a later date. There is strong evidence that at one point in time, the pages of the book were arranged in a different order.
The text was clearly written from left to right, with a slightly ragged right margin. Longer sections are broken into paragraphs, sometimes with “bullets” in the left margin. There is no obvious punctuation. The ductus flows smoothly, suggesting that the scribe understood what he was writing when it was written; the manuscript does not give the impression that each character had to be calculated before being inked onto the page.
The text consists of over 170,000 discrete glyphs, usually separated from each other by narrow gaps. Most of the glyphs are written with one or two simple pen strokes. While there is some dispute as to whether certain glyphs are distinct or not, an alphabet with 20–30 glyphs would account for virtually all of the text; the exceptions are a few dozen rarer characters that occur only once or twice each.
Wider gaps divide the text into about 35,000 “words” of varying length. These seem to follow phonetic or orthographic laws of some sort; e.g., certain characters must appear in each word (like the vowels in English), some characters never follow others, and some may be doubled but others may not.
Statistical analysis of the text reveals patterns similar to those of natural languages. For instance, the word entropy (about 10 bits per word) is similar to that of English or Latin texts. Some words occur only in certain sections, or in only a few pages; others occur throughout the manuscript. There are very few repetitions among the thousand or so “labels” attached to the illustrations. In the herbal section, the first word on each page occurs only on that page and may be the name of the plant.
On the other hand, the Voynich manuscript’s “language” is quite unlike European languages in several aspects. Firstly, there are practically no words comprising more than ten glyphs, yet there are also few one- or two-letter words. The distribution of letters within the word is also rather peculiar: some characters only occur at the beginning of a word, some only at the end, and some always in the middle section—an arrangement found in Semitic alphabets but not in the Latin or Cyrillic alphabets (with the exception of the Greek letters Beta and Sigma).
The text seems to be more repetitive than typical European languages; there are instances where the same common word appears up to three times in a row. Words that differ only by one letter also repeat with unusual frequency.
There are only a few words in the manuscript written in a seemingly Latin script. On the last page, there are four lines of writing that are written in (rather distorted) Latin letters, except for two words in the main script. The lettering resembles European alphabets of the 15th century, but the words do not seem to make sense in any language. Also, a series of diagrams in the “astronomical” section has the names of ten of the months (from March to December) written in Latin script, with spelling suggestive of the medieval languages of France or the Iberian Peninsula. However, it is not known whether these bits of Latin script were part of the original text or were added later.
The history of the manuscript is still full of gaps, especially in its earliest part. Since the manuscript’s alphabet does not resemble any known script, and the text is still undeciphered, the only useful evidence as to the book’s age and origin are the illustrations—especially the dress and hairstyles of the human figures and a couple of castles that are seen in the diagrams. They are all characteristically European, and based on that evidence, most experts assign the book to dates between 1450 and 1520. This estimate is supported by other secondary clues.
The earliest confirmed owner of the Voynich manuscript was Georg Baresch, an obscure alchemist who lived in Prague in the early 17th century. Baresch apparently was just as puzzled as we are today about this “Sphynx” that had been “taking up space uselessly in his library” for many years. On learning that Athanasius Kircher, a Jesuit scholar from the Collegio Romano, had published a Coptic (Ethiopic) dictionary and “deciphered” the Egyptian hieroglyphs, Baresch sent a sample copy of the script to Kircher in Rome (twice), asking for clues. His 1639 letter to Kircher, which was recently located by Rene Zandbergen, is the earliest mention of the manuscript that has been found so far.
It is not known whether Kircher answered the request, but apparently, he was interested enough to try to acquire the book, which Baresch apparently refused to yield. Upon Baresch’s death, the manuscript passed to his friend Jan Marek Marci (Johannes Marcus Marci), then rector of Charles University in Prague, who promptly sent the book to Kircher, his longtime friend and correspondent. Marci’s cover letter (1666) is still attached to the manuscript.
Many names have been proposed as possible authors of the Voynich manuscript.
Marci’s 1665 cover letter to Kircher says that, according to his late friend Raphael Mnishovsky, the book had once been bought by Rudolf II, Holy Roman Emperor and King of Bohemia (1552–1612), for 600 ducats—around US$ 30,800 as of 2005. According to the letter, Rudolf believed the author to be the Franciscan friar and polymath Roger Bacon (1214–1294).
Even though Marci said that he was “suspending his judgment” about this claim, it was taken quite seriously by Voynich, who did his best to confirm it. His conviction strongly influenced most deciphering attempts for the next 80 years. However, scholars who have looked at the Voynich manuscript and are familiar with Bacon’s works have flatly denied that possibility. Mnishovsky died in 1644, and the deal must have occurred before Rudolf’s abdication in 1611—at least 55 years before Marci’s letter.
The assumption that Roger Bacon was the author led Voynich to conclude that the person who sold the manuscript to Rudolf could only be John Dee, a mathematician and astrologer at the court of Queen Elizabeth I, known to have owned a large collection of Bacon’s manuscripts. This theory is also conveyed by Voynich manuscript scholar Gordon Rugg. Dee and his scrier (mediumic assistant) Edward Kelley lived in Bohemia for several years, where they had hoped to sell their services to the emperor. However, Dee’s meticulously kept diaries do not mention that sale and make it seem quite unlikely. If the Voynich manuscript author is not Bacon, the connection to Dee may just disappear. It is possible that Dee himself may have written it and spread the rumour that it was originally a work of Bacon’s in the hopes of later selling it.
Dee’s companion in Prague, Edward Kelley, was a self-styled alchemist who claimed to be able to turn copper into gold by means of a secret powder that he had dug out of a Bishop’s tomb in Wales. As Dee’s scrier, he claimed to be able to invoke angels through a shewstone and had long conversations with them—which Dee dutifully noted down. The angel’s language was called Enochian, after Enoch, the Biblical father of Methuselah; according to legend, he had been taken on a tour of heaven by angels and had later written a book about what he saw there. Several people (see below) have suggested that, just as Kelley may have invented Enochian to dupe Dee, he could have fabricated the Voynich manuscript to swindle the emperor (who was already paying Kelley for his supposed alchemical expertise).
Fabrication by Voynich
Others suspected Voynich of having fabricated the manuscript himself. As an antique-book dealer, he probably had the necessary knowledge and means, and a “lost book” by Roger Bacon would have been worth a fortune. However, by expert internal dating of the manuscript, and the recent discovery of Baresch’s letter to Kircher, many consider that possibility to have been eliminated. Still, internal dating is often highly speculative and depends on many assumptions that may themselves be lacking in hard factual support. There has also been debate over what date the internal evidence suggests, with some scholars perceiving a more modern date. Further, Baresch’s letter (and Marci’s as well) only establish the existence of a manuscript, not that the Voynich manuscript is the same one spoken of there. In fact, their letters might even be taken as the motivation for Voynich to fabricate the manuscript (assuming he was aware of them), rather than as proofs authenticating it; but if a fabrication, the question arises as to why neither Voynich nor his widow ever attempted to sell it. Fame rather than fortune might be speculated as a motive, but that would not explain why Voynich’s widow never attempted to sell the manuscript after his death. All things considered, most who have studied the history of the manuscript do not believe that Voynich fabricated the document.
There are many theories about the Voynich manuscript’s “language”. Here are some:
According to the “letter-based cipher” theory, the Voynich manuscript contains a meaningful text in some European language, that was intentionally rendered obscure by mapping it to the Voynich manuscript “alphabet” through a cipher of some sort—an algorithm that operated on individual letters.
Following its 1912 rediscovery, one of the earliest efforts to unlock the book’s secrets (and the first of many premature claims of decipherment) was made in 1921 by William Newbold of the University of Pennsylvania. His singular hypothesis held that the visible text is meaningless itself, but that each apparent “letter” is in fact constructed of a series of tiny markings only discernible under magnification. These markings were supposed to be based on ancient Greek shorthand, forming a second level of script that held the real content of the writing.
This theory holds that the text of the Voynich manuscript is mostly meaningless, but contains meaningful information hidden in inconspicuous details—e.g. the second letter of every word, or the number of letters in each line. This technique, called steganography, is very old, and was described by Johannes Trithemius in 1499.
Exotic natural language
The linguist Jacques Guy once suggested that the Voynich manuscript text could be some exotic natural language, written in the plain with an invented alphabet. The word structure is indeed similar to that of many language families of East and Central Asia, mainly Sino-Tibetan (Chinese, Tibetan, and Burmese), Austroasiatic (Vietnamese, Khmer, etc.) and possibly Tai (Thai, Lao, etc.). In many of these languages, the “words” have only one syllable; and syllables have a rather rich structure, including tonal patterns.
In their book, Kennedy and Churchill hint to the possibility that the Voynich manuscript may be a case of glossolalia, channeling or outsider art.
If this is true, then the author felt compelled to write large amounts of text in a manner which somehow resembles stream of consciousness, either due to voices heard, or due to his own urge. While in glossolalia this often takes place in an invented language (usually made up of fragments of the author’s own language), invented scripts for this purpose are rare.
The peculiar internal structure of Voynich manuscript “words” has led William F. Friedman and John Tiltman to arrive independently at the conjecture that the text could be a constructed language in the plain—specifically, a philosophical or a priori language. In languages of this class, the vocabulary is organized according to a category system, so that the general meaning of a word can be deduced from its sequence of letters.
The bizarre features of the Voynich manuscript text (such as the doubled and tripled words), the suspicious contents of its illustrations (such as the chimeric plants) and its lack of historical reference support the idea that the manuscript is really a hoax. In other words, if no one is able to extract meaning from the book, perhaps this is because the document contains no meaningful content in the first place.
The argument for authenticity, on the other hand, is that the manuscript appears too sophisticated to be a hoax. While hoaxes of the period tended to be quite crude, the Voynich manuscript exhibits many subtle characteristics which only show up after careful statistical analysis. These fine touches require much more work than would have been necessary for a simple forgery, and some of the complexities are only visible with modern tools. The question then arises: why would the author employ such a complex and laborious forging algorithm in the creation of a simplistic hoax, if no one in the expected audience (that is, the creator’s contemporaries) could tell the difference?
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I began writing about the [ hidden at the time, now out in the open ] agenda of the United Nations, the relationship of the UN to purported “World Teacher” Maitreya, and it’s roots in Lucifer worship aka Theosophy back in January of 2010. I had been researching the topics for at least 25 years at that time. Biblical Times is a now a secondary mirror site for http://333crucible.wordpress.com
Here you will find most all of those early essays from 2009 and 2010, and they are more important now to read and understand than ever. Refer to the top of this page for all the relevant research links which connect the dots between the rise of the Maitreya’s “one world government cult” through Share International and the new age “Ascended Masters” promotions of Benjamin Creme. The new age term “Masters of Wisdom” is often used interchangeably with the term “Ascended Masters.” Both terms represent a set of false new age religious “petty deities” which are the fictional imagined concoctions of cocaine addict and Luciferian Helena P. Blavatsky from the early 20th century “spiritualism” movement.
I must add that the initial appearances of the Maitreya world “sharing” cult will look in every way like the real thing, just as a counterfeit coin looks and feels like the authentic version. Young Christians especially need to understand that the “new age peace cults” that will converge from diverse nations under the new global banner of “sharing” touted by Share International and the UN will seem to be the ultimate solution to man’s problems. We have been told in scripture that the “man of sin” would “enter peaceably by flatteries.” We have also been told in scripture that he would be a a man of the “understanding of dark sentences” which means he will be well trained in the dark arts of mass hypnosis, black magic and oratory.
In 2008 Barack Obama used his skills in the new age pseudo-science of NLP aka “neuro-linguistic programming” to enchant vulnerable American crowds of young people during the election campaign who were desperate for a change after 8 years of George W. Bush and his wars. The coming “man of sin” will operate in much the same way, using inspired urgent and passionate oratory to swoom great throngs of tech savvy young people who are hungry for any solution to the pressing problems of a world that is literally running out of raw materials and resources to feed it’s people.
I continue to apply my “Maitreya world youth cult watch” to numerous suspicious high profile public speakers and other worldly “spiritual intellectuals” as events unfold in 2011 and 2012 and this blog will post updates as news breaks.
Chase Kyla Hunter 2.12.11
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2010 ended with a rather ugly little Christmas present for the American people, delivered by the History Channel. I was still assessing the implications of this TV bomb that had been dropped, as the year turned.
2011 began with the bang of thousands of dead birds falling from the sky, dead fish washed up on river banks by the ton, dead seals, dead crabs, jellyfish, dead doves in Italy and millions of Americans scratching their heads over it.
Sinkholes had begun appearing all over the world in 2010, much of this news being skipped over by our lamestream Big Media outlets who broadcast at the behest of White House directives, or so it would seem. Just as suddenly citizen journalists began reporting in January 2011 much odd and unusual activity in the New Madrid earthquake fault zone, which covers a sprawling 10 state region in the central USA. Truth researchers speculated as to whether HAARP testing in the region played any role. A dead government official, obviously murdered, had turned up in an east coast landfill weeks earlier, and suddenly there was an unlikely plethora of new dots to be connected.
A new comet had been discovered on the winter solstice December 21st 2010, by a Russian amateur astronomer named Leonid Elenin. The comet was named after him, and astronomers began tracking the comet’s trajectory seeking to learn how closely it might be passing by the earth. Those reports, as they filtered in, became worse and worse. The problematic “pole shift” phrase began popping up on blogs again, much as we all hated to use the over-worked term. The magnetic poles have now re-adjusted so frequently since 1994 that the Tampa Airport had to repaint the numbers aligning the runways to true north so that pilots can properly locate the magnetic pole and land their planes.
While we were all pondering the truthfulness [ or not ] of the apparent emerging visibility of rogue brown dwarf Nibiru, a possible companion star to our sun [a binary sun system is the usual norm in the universe ] which never made it to full “sundom”, along with the masses of dead animals everywhere, a schizophrenic man in Tucson Arizona, Jared Loughner, who clearly had needed psychiatric help for years, gunned down Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and 19 others at a Safeway Grocery store speaking event, killing 6, leaving Giffords barely alive and fighting for her life.
As horrendous as the shooting itself was, the appalling media melee that followed had me pondering life in Costa Rica as a possible “out” and escape hatch from the madness of America.
I started another blog in late January 2011 just to record the stellar [ no pun intended ] number of amateur astronomer’s new accounts of strange aerial objects, manifestation, UFOS, “orbs” and new comets: Photonic Portal 2037.
With the grieving and outraged American public still reeling from this latest tragedy, as if on cue, the Egyptian people rose up with a resounding roar and took to the streets by the millions, relentlessly demanding day by day that Hosni Mubarak, their Pharaoh-like Overlord and ruler for over 30 years, propped up by numerous US administrations, resign and step down immediately.Violence between the people and Mubarak’s military machine riveted the world, and Egypt’s Revolt of 2011 began to dominate the news for the next two weeks.
A highly visible and public stand-off between the people of Egypt and Mubarak ensued for the next 18 days, only finally ending today when Mubarak resigned this morning, under direct applied pressure from the US and UK behind the scenes.
Do we live in “Biblical Times”? You better believe we do. The posts listed below I have collected from the first part of 2011 and represent the connected dots which constitute MUST READING for new site guests trying to grapple with these events, just as truth researchers and writers do.
I’m usually up until 2 am each evening trying to stay abreast of what’s taking place, and back at it again early the next day. If you find this blog helpful, I’d love to have you make a small donation to make sure it can continue to be here.
Thanks, and I am glad you found my little outpost of truth reporting in a sea of silly meaningless media distractions like Lady Gaga, “Glee” [ most useless TV show award ] and Lindsay Lohan [most useless human being award]. May the truth continue to rise up and roar on planet earth, and may my true King of Kings return soon. We need Him desperately on this world.
Chase Kyla Hunter
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This minister [see video clip below ] is reiterating to his congregation the same message I have been writing for readers and subscribers, and that is that the American federal government is not telling their people the truth about what they really know about the real identity and the anti-Semitic racist, violent and Nazi regime fascist roots of the Muslim Brotherhood.
This minister is asking all the right questions about the odd position our government is now taking, and he is taking note of all the events, which are telling in and of themselves. Read Isaiah 19 for more insight.
Joel 3:19 Egypt shall be a desolation, and Edom shall be a desolate wilderness, for the violence against the children of Judah, because they have shed innocent blood in their land. (20) But Judah shall dwell for ever, and Jerusalem from generation to generation.