Merkaba Chakras #magick #ufo #dunning-kruger

CERN is an international research facility encompassing a Large Hadron Collider (LHC), which is an atom particle accelerator that shoots two beams of subatomic particles of light traveling at opposite directions straight at each other to try to simulate the black hole energy of the Big Bang. In sacred geometry, two circles of light colliding in fusion would create a Vesica Piscis that create new experiences within the intersecting points and amplification of interconnection of multiple circles creates the Flower of Life, which is a 3D formula for unlimited, clean energy fueled by non-local consciousness, which serves multiple functions. The Flower of Life has been depicted unbiased in many ancient mandala artworks in Buddhism, Judaism, Gnostic Christianity, Hinduism, Egyptian, Sumerian, Mayan, and a wide variety of traditions around the world. Black hole technology emerges from understanding the math of black holes in quantum physics and the human DNA atom. Continued research into black holes and metaphysics suggest that the Flower of Life is not just a formula for energy, but also theorized to be a possible teleportation portal into new dimensions as depicted in many spiritual traditions through the merkaba of the human consciousness. Mer (light) Ka (spirit) Ba (body) means a field of light that takes the body into higher dimensions of consciousness. Instead of halting progress through bickering over semantics, many have chosen to extrapolate common themes in many ancient texts as allegories of more complex thought constructs that had few reference points in the collective consciousness of ancient times. Such cross reference to scientific theories attempts to materialize metaphysic technology to benefit the whole in unity consciousness. It is unknown if our $8 billion dollar experiment will be successful and what we may learn when we successfully simulate a black hole particle to harness. The world has changed and paradigm shift have been made.



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