For people who work themselves ragged, in fields where they don’t benefit from immediate gratification. Keep climbing, friends. Onward. The banshee promises to stop her screams when we reach the top. Alas, we must believe her.
This meme is pretty damn funny. But it’s also of epic (true meaning of the word) importance if, like me, you used to be an Ancient Aliens nerd. Or you’re at least open to the Ancient Astronaut Theory proposed by Zecharia Sitchin and Eric Von Doniken, and elaborated on in the show.
The first basic tenet of the Ancient Astronaut Theory is that in the past extra-terrestrials created alien-human hybrids and bestowed advanced knowledge upon them, hence the quantum leap between neanderthal man and the brilliance of Sumerians, Egyptians, Mayans, etc.
The second tenet is that ancient cultures misunderstood the extra-terrestrial’s advanced technology. That the created mythologies, renderings in holy books, and artwork, were literal representations of what they saw and experienced, filtered through the frail lens of their limited capacities.
E.g., the Hopi Native Americans called airplanes/spaceships thunderbirds; the Chinese called rocket-powered spaceships fire-breathing dragons; Noah’s Ark was really a warehouse with DNA samples used to re-populate the post-Great Flood world. Watch the show for a hundred hours of different evidence.
It’s 2018. So it feels like anything be true in the Post-Truth world, doesn’t it?
The veil between reality and imagination is thin right now.
That’s why I find it hilarious to picture mafioso alien thugs busting Giorgio Tsoukalos’s kneecaps. Telling him to quit flapping his trap. He’s the face of Ancient Aliens, known for his enormous hair, weird accent, and OG meme status.
“Shut up, ya pomaded freak. We worked hard to keep these simians in the dark!”
There’s more to human history than we know. I’m a believer in mainstream science to a certain extent, but I’ve always been naturally skeptical of people who are science hardos based solely on faith. What they’re told are facts. For instance, less than one percent of humankind has ever seen space–yet one-hundred percent believe it exists.
I’m not saying space is an illusion! But I believe in this principle: ninety-nine percent of the people who say “I’ll believe it when I see it” in response to the unknown (or knowable), only believe they know most of what they know based on a child-like faith.
I’d untie him. At least guys like Giorgio look at things from a different angle. In the pursuit of Truth.
Remember the quaint days when people sought Truth?
Please follow me to the end of this–only primary sources used.
Scientists at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (the English rendering of the French acronym CERN) claim that matter and anti-matter share all of the same properties and are perfectly symmetrical in every way, and therefore should have annihilated each other right after the Big Bang.
“All of our observations find a complete symmetry between matter and antimatter, which is why the universe should not actually exist,” explained Christian Smorra, the author of a new study conducted at CERN.
“An asymmetry must exist here somewhere but we simply do not understand where the difference is. What is the source of the symmetry break?”
Okay, let me break this down for you through my…different…point of view.
I’ve spent more time than I should admit in polite circles on Youtube watching investigative journalists and conspiracy theorists discuss the strange goings on at CERN.
They all have one thing in common: they seem overwhelmingly sinister.
Let me give you three examples.
Bewildering, Satanic, and pagan. Keep in mind as you watch this that (to simplify complex research) CERN is supposed to study particle physics in the Large Hadron Collider.
So why… THIS… to celebrate its opening? Please humor me, grab a snack, and take a look.
Right around the time I start this video at you’ll hear, in the CERN representative’s own words, how they not only sought to open other dimensions, but that they have. She goes on to present photographic evidence, apparently showing surface dimension scenes with an underlying dimension showing as well.
I won’t pretend I know what the hell this means, but this is literally from a CERN conference.
Here’s another story from the Independent about a fake human sacrifice ritual carried out on the grounds of CERN, where a video shows dark robed figures conducting the ritual beneath CERN’s strange mascot, the Hindu goddess Vishnu, part of a trio of gods responsible for the creation and destruction of worlds.
CERN released several different stories about this. One, that scientists were playing a practical joke; two, that visitors to the highly secure institution carried this out…also as a joke.
CERN is a post-apocalyptic horror movie waiting to happen.
Look at the readily available, primary sourced, publicly available information on them. I don’t care what you believe or don’t believe. Straight from the horse’s (of the apocalypse!?) mouth: satanic rituals and talks of opened other dimensions?
What does it mean?
Speculation aside, it’s an objective truth that CERN is strange and probably bad.
When they say they’re frustrated because the universe shouldn’t exist, and they want to figure out why it does, I pose you a question: Do you really want them to look and/or find it?
As the quote above says, they want to find the source of asymmetry that is keeping the universe’s destruction at bay. What if they identify it? And then what if they exploit it incorrectly?
You get the idea–Big Bang Part II: The Opposite of Creation.
I think we have a right to understand CERN’s real motivations before they quite literally tear at the fabric of the universe. Your thoughts?