Tuesday, September 9, 2008

The god Sobek, which was depicted as a crocodile or a man with the head of a crocodile was a powerful and frightening deity; in some Egyptian creation myths, it was Sobek who first came out of the waters of chaos to create the world. As a creator god, he was occasionally linked with the sun god Ra. Curiously we even see soft drink companies such as Sobe' subliminally resurrecting the ancient
Egyptian god to sell more energy boosting soft drinks by suggesting that you are in fact ingesting light.


He was also shown with an ankh, representing his ability to undo evil and so cure ills. Once he had become Sebek-Ra, he was also shown with a sun-disc over his head, as Ra was a sun god.

Gary Oldman plays Sirius Black in the Harry Potter Franchise.. Ancient Egypt provides the most regal history for Sirius. Initially, it was Hathor,
the great mother goddess, who was identified with Sirius. But Isis soon became the major archetype, sharing
honors with the title of Sirius as the Nile Star. An icon of Sirius as a five-pointed star (shades of the Golden Mean) has been found on the walls of the famous Temple of Isis/Hathor at Denderah.

Oldman plays the Oz Resonating Jean-Baptiste Emanuel Zorg ~ As Zorg contains the word Oz in reverse order.
He is virtually a slave to the dark star or Luciferian destroyer planet that uses a form of telepathy to control his mind. Curious that Sirius is the brightest star in the sky and yet he resonates Sirius black ~ and worships the dark sun ~ the realm absent of light.

The wormhole Deepens ~ Transcend to Ascend ~ Mind over Matter.

US Troops Commit Mass Suicide in Iraq
There ain't a 57th Airborne Division

Alalam News Network

Alalam News Network, Iran - Sep 8, 2008
BAGHDAD, Sept 8--Sixteen US soldiers have committed suicide inside a military base in Iraq, raising concerns about a mounting suicide rate among Americans ...


16 US troops commit suicide in Iraq
PRESS TV, Iran - Sep 8, 2008
Iraqi security sources have revealed that 21 US troops had committed suicide inside a former Iraqi air force base 27 days ago, Fars News Agency reported on ...

Iraq suicide bomber kills 25 at police recruiting office
AFP - Aug 26, 2008
The latest death brings to 4147 the number of US soldiers killed in Iraq since the 2003 invasion, according to a count by AFP based on independent website ...

Suicide Bomber Strikes Outside US Base in Afghanistan
Wall Street Journal - Aug 18, 2008
AP KABUL, Afghanistan – A suicide bomber blew himself up outside the gates of a US base in eastern Afghanistan on Monday, killing nine Afghan civilians and ...
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No Coalition deaths were reported anywhere.

Cholera has taken the lives of six people in Babel and sickened another 200 people there. A boy has died in Missan province. Six more Iraqis, all in the greater Baghdad area, are ill as well. Cholera often spreads through unsanitary water supplies. Because of the war, Iraq has been unable to upgrade its waterworks properly. Last year at least two dozen Iraqis died and 4000 more were sickened by the disease.

Boston Globe
9 killed, 52 wounded in Iraq violence
PRESS TV, Iran - Sep 6, 2008
At least six people were killed and 51 wounded in the blast. In another incident, a roadside bomb killed three civilians, a man and two women in the same ...
FACTBOX-Security developments in Iraq, Sept 6 Reuters AlertNet
Suicide bomber kills 6 at outdoor market in Iraq Kansas City Star
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Security crackdown on Iraq holy city after suicide bombs
AFP - Aug 15, 2008
General Fade Reza, police chief in Babil (Babylon) province, said on Friday he was unsure how many bombers had been involved, but that there had definitely ...

LHC Flips On Tomorrow
Slashdot - 2 hours ago
Of course he doesn't say which century this was in ;-) by 7 digits (986730) Yes, it is a STARGATE TO HELL ! Doom fans, rejoice ! Happy ! ...

CNN - 2 hours ago
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The rate of suicides among-active duty soldiers is on pace to surpass both last year's numbers and the rate of suicide in the general US ...
VA Suicide Prevention Panel Completes Draft Report
MarketWatch - 7 hours ago
A blue-ribbon panel has praised the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) for its "comprehensive strategy" in suicide prevention that includes a "number of ...
Army Strong? Ft. Hood Soldier Kills Commanding Officer and Himself
Blogger News Network - 34 minutes ago
Yesterday morning, a Fort Hood soldier (22) shot and killed his commanding officer (a 24 year-old Lieutenant) and himself in front of dozens of witnesses ...
Suicide Rate Among Young Male Veterans Reaches Record High in 2006 ...
Kaiser network.org, DC - 10 hours ago
The suicide rate among young male veterans who served during the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan reached a record high in 2006, the latest year for which ...
All in Army must work to prevent suicides
United States Army (press release) - 10 hours ago
BY Molly Hayden, US Army Garrison-Hawaii Public Affairs SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii - The loss of any Soldier's life is a great tragedy, regardless of cause ...
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VA: Veteran suicides highest in 2006
ArmyTimes.com, VA - 12 hours ago
By Gregg Zoroya - USA Today WASHINGTON — Suicide rates for young male Iraq- and Afghanistan-era veterans were highest in 2006, according to statistics to be ...
With Rising Suicide Rates, Army Urges Soldiers to Act
Kansas City infoZine, MO - 15 hours ago
By Donna Miles - With 2008 suicide rates expected to exceed last year's all-time-high rate and threatening to top those in the civilian population, ...

US Army To Strengthen Suicide Prevention
Medical News Today, UK - 6 hours ago
Cornum said that while one suicide is one too many, if the Army did not have existing programs in place, the count would be higher. ...

Rise in suicide rate shadows turbulent times
The Oregonian - OregonLive.com, OR - Aug 17, 2008
In May, the US Army reported that the rate for suicide and attempted suicide among its active-duty soldiers is now the highest it has ever been and nearly ...

Iraq to purchase F-16 US fighter jets
Xinhua, China - 3 hours ago
BAGHDAD, Sept. 10 (Xinhua) -- Iraqi Defense Minister Abdul Qadir Jasim Mohammad said Wednesday that Iraq is planning to purchase F-16 fighter jets from the ...
Iraq confirms plan to buy US fighter jets
AFP - 3 hours ago
BAGHDAD (AFP) — Iraqi Defence Minister Abdel Qader Jassim Mohmmed confirmed on Wednesday that Baghdad planned to purchase F-16 fighter jets from the United ...

Back From Iraq
Krakow Post, Poland - Sep 2, 2008
When Mariusz finally did arrive at Camp Babylon in 2004, he discovered an alien world. He was under no illusions; it would be a difficult transition. ...

Large Hadron Collider claims its first victim

Looks like the world didn't end for all of us because of the Large Hadron Collider but it did for one poor girl:

A 17-year-old girl committed suicide in Madhya Pradesh's Rajgarh district fearing the end of the world in the most ambitious scientific experiment in Geneva to fathom the mysteries of creation, the police said Wednesday.

Chhaya, resident of Rajgarh district's Sarangpur town, consumed tablets of sulphas (an insecticide) Tuesday after watching news on TV channels about the Geneva experiment in which the world's largest collider will recreate conditions of the earliest universe.

One odd touch:

India has presented CERN with a huge bronze statue of Nataraja, Lord Shiva performing his dance of creation and destruction.


This is very much like the boy who thought he caused 911 and the man who believes he is responsible for global warming. What's worse is that it doesn't make any sense - if the world died slowly there would be plenty of time to kill yourself before the end and if it all happened in the blink of an eye there would be no suffering (unless you think you'd be trapped just beyond the event horizon with your agony prolonged until the end of the universe, I suppose). Of course, sense is rarely a factor in such sad events.

Sense also seems to be rather lacking in the other, wilder story to emerge from the LHC going live. However, you'll have to read that below the fold.

'Camp Babylon' Scandal Dramatizes Fragility Of Archaeological Treasures

VIDEO - Iraq, Baghdad/Adhamiya – Iraqi society is quite proud of its different types of architecture and design. Their buildings have evolved and taken different shapes over Iraq’s history. In the time of the Babylonian civilization, the City of Babylon was famous for not just its decadence, but also the manner in which the houses and other buildings were constructed. During the era of the Abbasid Dynasty the Caliphs built many sites that are still standing until this moment. Buildings such as Al-Mustansariya university and several mosques like Al-Malwiyah in Samarra, were built by the Abbasids. Certainly some of Iraq’s most famous recent architectural marvels are the bizarre monuments built under Saddam Hussein’s regime, ending with the unfinished “Great Mosque” whose minarets are shaped like Iraqi Scud missiles.

The LUCIFER Project


This Machine Is the Future of Physics
Wired News - 54 minutes ago
By Alexis Madrigal The Large Hadron Collider, the world's most-powerful atom smasher, is an engineering marvel constructed hundreds of feet underground. ...
Hawking bets particle smasher won't work
NEWS.com.au, Australia - 55 minutes ago
RENOWNED British astrophysicist Stephen Hawking has bet £50 ($110) that a mega-experiment this week will not find an elusive particle seen as a holy grail ...
The end of the world?
ZDNet - 1 hour ago
Today (Wednesday, well it is for me anyway), we see the first beam test of the LHC, the Large Hadron Collider, in the CERN’s labs in Switzerland. ...

Q&A: The Big Bang Machine
NPR - 1 hour ago
by David Kestenbaum The first test beams of protons will be sent Wednesday through tunnels in a multi-billion dollar machine. Later this fall, the Large ...
Large Hadron Collider: Best and Worst Case Scenarios
Wired News - 1 hour ago
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Looking ahead
USA Today - 1 hour ago
• It's "Big Bang Day." Scientists will flip the switch on the Large Hadron Collider, billed as the world's biggest science experiment. ...

A trip to the beginning of the universe
ABC Online, Australia - 2 hours ago
By Rafael Epstein at the large hadron collider Magnets making up part of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) particule accelerator sit inside a tunnel 100m ...
Time machine launches quest of discovery: how existence began 13.7 ...
Times Online, UK - 3 hours ago
A story that began 13.7 billion years ago will start a new chapter this morning. Since the big bang threw space and time into being, no living creature of ...
Black hole silver linings
guardian.co.uk, UK - 3 hours ago
Yesterday, my flatmate came into my room and asked, "Are we going to die tomorrow?" Cern, the European laboratory for particle physics, has apparently ...
Engineering Solutions; The Essay
Times Online, UK - 3 hours ago
Good morning and welcome to the future. For this is Big Bang Day, when CERN's Large Hadron Collider is switched on, and clumps of protons will begin to whiz ...
Cern's Large Hadron Collider powers up
ZDNet UK, UK - 3 hours ago
A few minutes after 8.15am, British Summer Time, on Wednesday, scientists at Cern will turn on the Large Hadron Collider — if all goes to plan. ...
Leading article: Will the earth move for you?
Independent, UK - 3 hours ago
Today is the day. After decades of preparation and $10bn of investment, scientists at the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, known as CERN, ...

So what the heck is a hadron?
Independent, UK - 3 hours ago
By Steve Connor Professor Peter Higgs inside the Large Hadron Collider tunnel at the European Centre for Nuclear Research near Geneva. ...
Cern special: The 9 billion dollar question
Independent, UK - 3 hours ago
Today, mankind’s greatest experiment begins as the Large Hadron Collider powers up. The cost is huge, the scale is massive – and the discoveries could be ...
What Happens if You Fall Into a Black Hole?
Slate - 3 hours ago
By Noreen Malone The world's largest scientific instrument, the Large Hadron Collider, will be switched on in Switzerland on Wednesday. ...
Collider probing mysteries of the universe at the speed of light
Computerworld, MA - 4 hours ago
By Sharon Gaudin September 9, 2008 (Computerworld) With the world's biggest physics experiment ready to fire up tomorrow, scientists from around the world ...
'Big Bang' day for 30 Indian scientists
Times of India, India - 4 hours ago
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Ouroboros, CERN, and A Trip Through the Water Door

The living being had no need of eyes when there was nothing remaining outside him to be seen; nor of ears when there was nothing to be heard; and there was no surrounding atmosphere to be breathed; nor would there have been any use of organs by the help of which he might receive his food or get rid of what he had already digested, since there was nothing which went from him or came into him: for there was nothing beside him. Of design he was created thus, his own waste providing his own food, and all that he did or suffered taking place in and by himself. For the Creator conceived that a being which was self-sufficient would be far more excellent than one which lacked anything; and, as he had no need to take anything or defend himself against any one, the Creator did not think it necessary to bestow upon him hands: nor had he any need of feet, nor of the whole apparatus of walking; but the movement suited to his spherical form was assigned to him, being of all the seven that which is most appropriate to mind and intelligence; and he was made to move in the same manner and on the same spot, within his own limits revolving in a circle. All the other six motions were taken away from him, and he was made not to partake of their deviations. And as this circular movement required no feet, the universe was created without legs and without feet."

- Plato

Join me as I research the correlation between the water door Wormhole, The CERN facility: which may unlock the secrets of the universe for the second time in human history, and the Death/Rebirth themes of Ouroboros -- The Eternal Serpent.

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The Hadron Collider: what's it all about, then?
Register, UK - 4 hours ago
By Anton Wylie → More by this author Around about now, boffins will be eagerly awaiting news that protons are finding their way fully around the 27km ...
The Large Hadron Collider prepares for take-off
Telegraph.co.uk, United Kingdom - 5 hours ago
By Neil Tweedie in Geneva The Large Hadron Collider, Man's biggest machine and the gateway to a new understanding of fundamental physics, does not have a ...
Stephen Hawking's £50 bet on the
Times Online, UK - 5 hours ago
When the world’s largest atom-smasher begins colliding particles in a few months time, there is just a chance that it might create a miniature black hole. ...
Fears test will make Earth go out with a Big Bang
The Canberra Times, Australia - 5 hours ago
BY JEFF TURNBULL A physics experiment that could change the way we view ourselves begins today in Geneva with some opponents believing it could bring the ...

Worst Case: Collider Spawns Planet-Devouring Black Hole
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Most physicists respond that the collider is safe and even necessary for the advancement of humankind (watch video). What exactly would happen if the ...
François Englert and Robert Brout nearly-famous for God particle
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Welsh engineer leads the way inn Large Hadron Collider project
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Instead of taking a late-morning coffee today, Lyn Evans hopes to raise a glass of champagne in triumph. For the past 14 years, the Welsh engineer has been ...
Physicists flock to Geneva
Nature.com (subscription), UK - 6 hours ago
The start up of the world's biggest particle collider lures researchers from around the world. Like birds returning to rich feeding grounds, ...

will it cause the end of the world
Telegraph.co.uk, United Kingdom - 7 hours ago
By Roger Highfield, Science Editor The end is nigh. The momentous day that 10000 scientists have been waiting for, along with assorted cranks, ...
It’s the end of the world as we know it
Financial Times, UK - 7 hours ago
By John Willman As you start your working day, you may notice that some things have changed. The Large Hadron Collider under the Swiss-French border was ...

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Rosetta Observes Asteroid At Close Quarters
Science Daily (press release) - Sep 6, 2008
At 20:58 CEST (18:58 UT) last night, ESA's Rosetta probe approached asteroid 2867 Steins, coming to within a distance of only 800 km from it. ...
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European space probe completes asteroid fly by
Reuters - Sep 6, 2008
The images were transmitted to the control team in Darmstadt, Germany, by Europe's Rosetta spacecraft which completed its flyby of the Steins asteroid, ...

Billion-dollar European probe set for asteroid encounter
AFP - Sep 5, 2008
The pride of the European Space Agency (ESA), the probe Rosetta has been ordered out of hibernation four and a half years into a 10-year trek that will take ...

Comet-Chasing Spacecraft Pauses for Asteroid Flyby
Discovery Channel - Sep 2, 2008
Rosetta's final destination is the comet 67/P Churyumov-Gerasimenko. The probe is slated to go into orbit around the comet in 2014 and dispatch a small ...

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