Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Destiny's Mission

Wednesday 11/10/10

Some people read or watch TV to experience through their emotionally bodies and in their never-ending healing process. It is how they are programmed.

I have always watched science fiction in hopes that the mythologies of the story lines will trigger something within, and in many cases that has happened, especially with the Stargate adventures, many based on Von Daniken's theories. The currently running series on Syfy, Stargate Universe generally offers little mythology, but Tuesday night was different. You can watch the show when it is posted online or reruns on the Syfy network on your area.

Here is what connected with last night's episode, "The Greater Good". Nicholas Rush (Robert Carlyle), the ship's brilliant, yet twisted Machiavellian scientist, is confronted by the crew after it is discovered that he has found the ships' control room and has taken control of "Destiny", both the ship and everyone's lives. (fast forward to 45 minutes)

The ship's captain, Colonel Everett Young (Louis Ferreira), has only one mission - to get the people on the ship home - back to Earth. (We all want to got home as balance can never be found in duality.)

Rush explains, "Destiny has a mission of its own, which is not about going home in the traditional sense, but about getting the people on the ship somewhere else, as if they were chosen. It seems that eons ago, the Ancients discovered a structure buried deep within the cosmic microwave background radiation - noise left over from the Big Bang. They believed that at one time the structure had genuine complexity, coherence, therefore it could not have occurred naturally. We cannot not see or understand such a structure with our current technology or understanding of physics."

Col. Young asks, "Is there a code, a message, a sign of intelligence sent from the beginning of time." (Of course there is, Colonel.)

Rush believes it is Destiny's mission to find out by learning and exploring. "We are talking about a mystery rooted in the foundation of reality, a puzzle with pieces scattered across the length and breadth of the universe itself. There was perhaps a level of order present at the very beginning of space-time that goes beyond anything we ever conceived."

His description is similar to my view of reality as best I understand it. Perhaps the Ancients are the Sumerian gods who were guided on their mission to create us, just as you are on yours - programs within programs. We may never understand the answers while experiencing in one of the many programs at this level of physical consciousness, but the answers will come ... why? ... because they will come. Our journey here, our Destiny or Mission, is soon to conclude, then you will know. It's all coded in the myth, math, and metaphors of reality. The destiny of the mission is to awaken the souls at the end and bring them home, or back to the source of light from which they're created.

Stargates and Time Travel

The Large Hadron Collider is going to change our perception of reality and the cosmos. By colliding beams of sub-atomic particles at high energy, conditions just after the Big Bang will be created. This would allow particles from other dimensions to enter into our reality through mini wormholes, or stargates, from other dimensions and time lines, something ancient astronauts have been doing since the beginning of the program. This gigantic experiment could prove String Theory which suggests the existence of extra dimensions which are like 'invisible rooms' in your home, thus merging physics and metaphysics once again. The possibilities are endless and now seeded into our grid consciousness.

Large Hadron Collider (LHC) Generates a 'Mini-Big Bang' November 7, 2010

The Center of the Milky Way Galaxy

The center of the Milky Way Galaxy is the eye of creation through which all spirals into consciousness creation in this reality. There is a black hole in the center which is why the program fades to black at the end and our consciousness spirals back to creation. The black is the void, chaos, the glassy eyes of the gray aliens, the observers, and more. Previously posted news articles speak of recently discovered tones emanating from the center of the Milky Way Galaxy, which signal something.

  Fermi telescope discovers new giant structure in our galaxy   PhysOrg - November 9, 2010

NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope has unveiled a previously unseen structure centered in the Milky Way. The feature spans 50,000 light-years and may be the remnant of an eruption from a supersized black hole at the center of our galaxy.

Bubbles of Energy Are Found in Galaxy   New York Times - November 10, 2010

Something big is going on at the center of the galaxy, and astronomers are happy to say they don't know what it is.

Huge Gamma Ray Bubbles Found Around Milky Way   NASA - November 10, 2010

Did you know that our Milky Way Galaxy has huge bubbles emitting gamma rays from the direction of the galactic center? Neither did anybody. As the data from the Earth-orbiting Fermi satellite began acuminating (tapering gradually to a sharp point) over the past two years, however, a large and unusual feature toward our Galaxy's center became increasingly evident. The two bubbles are visible together as the red and white spotted oval surrounding the center of the above all sky image, released yesterday. The plane of our Galaxy runs horizontally across the image center. Assuming the bubbles emanate from our Galaxy's center, the scale of the bubbles is huge, rivaling the entire Galaxy in size, and spanning about 50,000 light years from top to bottom. Earlier indications of the bubbles has been found on existing all sky maps in the radio, microwave, and X-ray. The cause of the bubbles is presently unknown, but will likely be researched for years to come.

November 10, 1955

Roland Emmerich

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Roland Emmerich is a German film director, screenwriter and producer who works mostly in the disaster and action genres. He is the 18th highest grossing director of all time, with his films generating over $945 million in the United States. Emmerich directed: Stargate (1994), Independence Day (1996), The Day After Tomorrow (2004), and 2012 (2009).

All of my movies are created because I'm fascinated by a specific subject.

Sometimes I think there's just a certain obsession about it all,

when you want to create something, guided by an unwritten truth.

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