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What does the World Economic Crisis have to do with the Large Hadron Collider?
"In appearance the locusts were like horses arrayed for battle; on their heads were what looked like crowns of gold; their faces were like human faces, their hair like women's hair, and their teeth like lions' teeth; they had scales like iron breastplates, and the noise of their wings was like the noise of many chariots with horses rushing into battle. They have tails like scorpions, and stings, and their power of hurting men for five months lies in their tails. They have as king over them the angel of the bottomless pit; his name in Hebrew is Abaddon, and in Greek he is called Apollyon." (Revelation 9:1-11 RSV)
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On September 19, 2008, Professor Stephen Hawking and John C. Taylor unveiled to the world the “Corpus Clock”,
On September 19, 2008, the US securities and exchange commission, fearing total collapse of the US stock market, banned short selling
On September 19, 2008,the Large Hadron Collider allegedly suffered a catastrophic failure.
The inscription at the base of this mysterious clock, which incorporates six undisclosed patented inventions, and which had components constructed at a secret military research facility in Holland, is from the Vulgate translation of John 2:17:
“Mundus transit et concupiscentia eius”...
“And The World Passeth Away.... and the lust thereof.”
This passage is in reference to John 2:13 to John 2:16, in which Jesus throws the moneychangers out of the Temple.
"Raybeam" on the Synchromysticism Forum said:
 "celebrate the release of the cronophage and relative time onto thePeg Carter answered:
unsuspecting citizens of Cambridge "
I'm not a native speaker of
English, so I might miss out some nuances here in the language, but the use of
the word "unsuspecting" made be react.
And YES that's a stinger on the
I am native English speaker.
And certain that the use of "unsuspecting" is example of the "dry" sense of British humor. I am American and often do not find British sense of humor funny - but can definitely identify it.
I think there was a knowledge that the "conspiracy theorists" would be buzzing so the effort was to laugh it off. As the talking heads "speech leaders" did to the folks who questioned the particle accelerator?
from a security issue standpoint one should always pay attention to what is considered a joke. Often the unconscious mind will express itself my means of something that can be later deemed "just joking" by the speaker. People tell the truth thru means of "jokes"
So the clock was inaugurated, the clock which features technology which is top secret and unavailable to the public. Though the clock itself is put on display - i.e. right out in the open.
Next the clock is inaugurated, the world market and the particle accelerator collapse simultaneously.
Seems to me that the engineers who put together the particle accelerator would've known the amount of electricity they needed. Call me a conspiracy theorist, since I am, but excuse for the failure of the accelerator "cause a failure of electric grid in Switzerland" which cannot be fixed til the Spring? Since the Swiss use the electricity for heating? what were they gonna do if the machine went on board. Does it take more electiricity to get running and then just minor input to stay that way? Don't think so? H''mmm More research is needed here.