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Thursday, December 15, 2011


William Henry

Scientists say to open wormholes we’ll need a particle accelerator. To keep them open will require something referred to as “exotic matter” or “dark matter”. Scientists at CERN near Geneva, Switzerland are working on discovering its secrets. I toured the high-energy physics lab after my France tour.

Scientists at CERN are in a race with Fermilab, in Batavia, Ill. to discover the God Particle, a fundamental, but elusive, sub atomic particle that is given divine proportions by its moniker, the God Particle, and dark matter, the invisible, enigmatic substances that together are thought to comprise 96 per cent of the mass of the universe.

Scheduled to begin operation in May ’08, I believe CERN is on a path to discover what the Mayans described as a ‘blessed substance’ or ‘sap’ they called itz (literally ‘the blessed substance’).

The Mayans said Itz comes out of a cosmic tree, an alignment (or cross) of stars and planets, as for example, the 2012 galactic alignment we are presently experiencing. Usually, when one thinks of ‘sap’ they’re thinking of a watery liquid nutrient that circulates through the conducting tissues of a plant or tree (that or a person who acts like an idiot). However, when

I Googled ‘cosmic sap’ I found that ‘sap’ is also an acronym for ‘sub atomic particle’ (or sap). Hmm. Are the Mayans describing a ‘blessed sub atomic particle’ that will appear in 2012, give or take year or two? Is this the same as the God Particle? I think so.

Simulation of the decay of the God Particle in the CMS detector at CERN

Fermilab’s newsletter features a logo with a stylized simulation of the God Particle

I was inspired to superimpose the God Particle logo over the Transfiguration painting. They’re a perfect match!

First imagined in the 1960s by a British physicist, Peter Higgs, the God Particle (aka ‘the Higgs Boson’) is thought to exist in an all-pervading field, giving all other particles their mass. Discovery of it will enable us to graduate from cosmic kindergarten, so to speak, to first grade.

The Egyptians called this ‘all pervading field’ the Field of Aaru, or ‘the Dimension of the Blessed’. For insight into this Blessed Dimension see my book and DVD presentation, Starwalkers and the Dimension of the Blessed.

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