InCERNeratored | HOLOcost 2.0 | Burning Man | Mass Exodus To Another Earth | HELLo from the other side

Earth is dying. We’ve been told this in countless movies – the Scripture of the era. The final solution is being revealed in their prophecy via the spell of the holy-wood. The men who wield the craft are set to unveil their magnum opus.

We live in unprecedented times of deception. History, science, culture have been carefully crafted to set the stage for the grand finale, the end of the age, our time, this time.

Virtually no one reads, studies, meditates, war games the signs and times as forthtold in Scripture.

Frauds are worshipped and fairytales are modern man’s religion. Suspension of disbelief is a virtue memed into the collective as future-sight is digitized into the mind the befuddled masses.

In 2011, two movies and a tv series triangulated the future for those who love the lie. A lie so big it encompasses all of history. A lie so simple, well you know, it’s gleefully seen, swirled, sniffed, and sipped. (And if you don’t know the lie, well, you are suffering from cognitive estrangement.)

Earth bound |

Another Earth (2011) – IMDb
On the night of the discovery of a duplicate Earth in the Solar system, an ambitious young student and an accomplished composer cross paths in a tragic accident.

Melancholia (2011) – IMDb
Two sisters find their already strained relationship challenged as a mysterious new planet threatens to collide with Earth.

Terra Nova (TV Series 2011) – IMDb
Centers on the Shannons, an ordinary family from 2149 when the planet is dying who are transported back 85 million years to prehistoric Earth where they join Terra Nova, a colony of humans with a second chance to build a civilization.

Any day now headlines will herald another Earth.

The planet hunter searching for another Earth
“I want to find another Earth. That’s what I’m living for.”

Another meme the sci-fi saturated hive mind has been infected with is the prophecy of interdimensional travel via portals or gates.

A fascinating history that has been shrouded in the nether realms of conspiracy is the occult roots of founding fathers of the modern space program. Even more interesting is the locale chosen to conduct re-search – the desert, the haunt of everything dark.

Mat 24:26 Wherefore if they shall say unto you, Behold, he is in the desert; go not forth: behold, he is in the secret chambers; believeit not.

We were forthwarned millennia ago via time encrypted Scripture – The Holy Writ – time released (“evolution” of) technology being the encryption. For, as the technological society emerged, seeing the future detailed in Scripture becomes more and more what is detailed in the news.

Many have speculated on the multi-purpose experiment called CERN. At one time there was (and it’s debated whether or not it was completed and is functioning) an attempt at building “CERN” machine called the Desertron.

War gaming the future |

Mat 24:24 For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect.

Scenario | The environment is in full planetary collapse like forthtold in Interstellar, which is brought on, manipulated via CERN-like technology. Mega-quakes strike in rhythm. Another Earth is discovered and ported to, heralding a solution for humanity – the final solution. And none other than Jesus, the Jesus you always saw, but never knew is the spokesman leading the way to the other side.

HELLo from the other side |

Mat 24:26 Wherefore if they shall say unto you, Behold, he [Jesus] is in the desert; go not forth: behold, he is in the secret chambers [other dimensions ported to thru Desertron gates]; believeit not.

The truth of the matter is that no matter is being ported to another Earth. For, tho’ test subjects are seen walking through to the other side and skyped back for confirmation of alive on arrival, body overlays are used based on the MIT tech of 2016. Truth be told the function of the porting machines is wholesale inCERNeration – no mess, no smell, just greenHolocost 2.0 – the environmental movement that started with the Nazis, will end with the Nazis in full technocratic control of the extermination of humanity.

Ecc 1:9 The thing that hath been, it is that which shall be; and that which is done is that which shall be done: and there is no new thing under the sun.

Thank you to all who contribute to this blog by way of info dumping the things they see and share with the world via the sites I cite. H/T to those whom I’ve built upon their ideas but forgot the original source.


  1. Passengers | Bound for a new planet

    Passengers (2016 film) – Wikipedia
    Passengers is an upcoming American romanticscience fiction thriller film directed by Morten Tyldum and written by Jon Spaihts. It stars Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt as two people who awake, 90 years too soon, from an induced hibernation on board a spaceship bound for a new planet. The film is set to be released in the United States on December 21, 2016 by Sony Pictures.

  2. Tired of Mother Earth? Scientists discover two ‘potentially habitable’ nearby planets – CNN

    Tired of Mother Earth? Scientists discover two ‘potentially habitable’ nearby planets

    NASA wants you to protect the planet
    (CNN)If you’re a little bored of life on Earth, have no fear; scientists have discovered two potentially habitable planets orbiting a sun just 12 light-years away.

    The team of astronomers which includes researchers from the UK’s University of Hertfordshire and the University of California Santa Cruz, revealed that four Earth-size planets in total have been detected orbiting the sun-like star, known as the tau Ceti.

    They dubbed two of the four planets “super-Earths,” so-called because they have masses of around 1.7 Earth mass, larger than Earth but among the smallest planets ever detected around the nearest sun-like stars.

    “[The habitable zone] is the ‘Goldilocks’ region around a star where the planet is not too hot or too cold and thus is able to sustain liquid water on its surface,” Dr Fabo Feng, the study’s lead researcher, told CNN.

    Exoplanet has a 'glowing water vapor' atmosphere
    Exoplanet has a 'glowing water vapor' atmosphere
    Feng added that the planets are likely made “made of rocks rather than ice” which would increase the chances of them supporting life.

    The researchers detected the planets by monitoring the star for tiny variations in its movement that could have been caused by a planet’s gravitational pull.

    “We measured the variation of the motions of the star through spectroscopic observations,” Feng said.

    Tau Ceti and its planets.Tau Ceti and its planets.
    Tau Ceti and its planets.

    Spectroscopy is a technique that, according to NASA’s website “measures light that is emitted, absorbed, or scattered by materials.”
    The variations caused by a star and those caused by a planet are very similar and the scientists had to develop a sophisticated technique to detect what Feng calls “weak planetary signals.”

    “Together with colleagues in UK and US,” Feng said “I have detected the smallest movement of a star caused by planets.”

    Why eclipses have inspired terror and awe
    Why eclipses have inspired terror and awe
    A study published in 2013, with research by the same team, lay the groundwork for the breakthrough.
    “We realized that we could see how the star’s activity differed at different wavelengths and used that information to separate this activity from signals of planets,” said Dr Mike Tuomi who led the previous study, in a statement.

    “We’re slowly learning to tell the difference between wobbles caused by planets and those caused by stellar active surface,” he said. “This enabled us to verify the existence of the two outer, potentially habitable, planets in the system.”

    An article on the findings is due to be published in The Astrophysical Journal.
    But keen space tourists shouldn’t pack their bags just yet. The planets might make less than ideal homes as researches suspect their surfaces might be constantly bombarded by asteroids and comets

    Feng is, nevertheless, excited to examine the atmosphere of the planets and to use the new methods developed to find others.

  3. Celebrities and tech execs, luxury campsites in tow, are flocking to Burning Man –

    Celebrities and tech execs, luxury campsites in tow, are flocking to Burning Man

    Katie DowdAug 9, 2017
    Image 1 of 110
    Bonnaroo. Coachella. Burning Man?

    Burning Man began with a bonfire on Baker Beach in 1986 and has since ballooned into an entire lifestyle, industry and ecosystem. This August, an estimated 70,000 people will migrate to Black Rock Desert, Nev., for the yearly event. And while it’s positioned as an experiment in anti-greed, counter-culture spirit, it has started to look like just another stop on the festival circuit for some celebrities.

    In recent years, Paris Hilton, Heidi Klum and even Diddy have been spotted at Burning Man, decked out in garish, camera-ready outfits. On the other end of the spectrum, Silicon Valley types, like Google’s Sergey Brin and Larry Page, have been decried for using the free-spirited event as a networking opportunity.

    “What we’re seeing are many more of the Fortune 500 leadership, entrepreneurs and small startups bringing their whole team,” Burning Man Project CEO Marian Goodell told the Chronicle in 2014, calling it “a bit like a corporate retreat.”

    The influx of celebrities and tech execs at Burning Man has, predictably, spurred a great deal of hand-wringing in the Burning Man community. Cash transactions are prohibited at Burning Man, but wealth manifests itself in the extravagant camps clustered on “Billionaires’ Row.” The so-called turnkey camps, set up and run by hired “Sherpas,” were described in the New York Times:

    Lavish R.V.s are driven in and connected together to create a private forted area, ensuring that no outsiders can get in. The rich are flown in on private planes, then picked up at the Burning Man airport, driven to their camp and served like kings and queens for a week. (Their meals are prepared by teams of chefs, which can include sushi, lobster boils and steak tartare — yes, in the middle of 110-degree heat.)

    The cost for the VIP playa experience? Twenty-five thousand dollars per person.

    Silicon Valley’s richest execs have frequently been held up as the guilty parties, being accused of ruining Burning Man’s original spirit with their unbridled capitalism. The New York Times described them in 2014 as “a new crop of millionaire and billionaire technology moguls, many of whom are one-upping one another in a secret game of I-can-spend-more-money-than-you-can.”

    Millionaires looking to avoid the hot, sweaty conditions of the playa now have a number of luxury camping options. Festival Concierge Services, an event planner in Los Angeles, offers special Burning Man packages.

    Classic Adventures RV, an RV rental company, told the Wall Street Journal they’d been hired in the past by Tesla CEO Elon Musk to create “an elaborate compound consisting of eight recreational vehicles and trailers stocked with food, linens, groceries and other essentials for himself and his friends and family.”

    The entry fee for Burning Man is no cheap ticket for anyone, however. General admission will set you back $425, and early bird pre-sales range from $990 to $1,200. Four thousand tickets are set aside for “low income” Burners, who must provide “proof of your income and expenses.” Applicants who are approved can buy their tickets for $190.

    Despite anxiety about the commodification of Burning Man, many longtime Burners say a few celebrities mixed in with the tens of thousands of revelers has no adverse effect on the celebration.

    “People always say, ‘Don’t you miss those old days?'” Burner Richard Titus told the Chronicle. “And I’m like, ‘No! No way.’ Today it’s way more interesting and powerful than ever.”

    A satirical column posted on the Burning Man blog called “A Brief History of Who Ruined Burning Man” has more than 100 comments, most of them praising the inclusion of non-traditional Burners, regardless of socioeconomic status.

    “If you love the playa, your obligation isn’t to wall it off from perceived threats,” commenter Timothy Phillips wrote. “Instead you should nurture it as it grows. Help it evolve in ways that are consistent with what you’ve learned there. Reach out, give gifts, be radically inclusive and most of all, resist the urge to fear change. It’s just an opportunity waiting to be understood.”

    To see which celebrities have been making the dusty pilgrimage to Burning Man, check out the gallery above.

    Katie Dowd | SFGATE |Senior Producer


    [World of Tomorrow is on Netflix:]

    One of the Most Fascinating Short Films in Recent Memory Is Getting a Sequel
    Germain LussierYesterday 5:40pm

    Image: YouTube
    Make a list of the best science fiction films made this decade and World of Tomorrow is right near the top. If you haven’t seen or heard of it, that’s probably because it’s a short film, but it’s jaw-droppingly amazing and now it’s getting a sequel.
    Filmmaker Don Hertzfeldt, who was nominated but somehow didn’t win an Oscar for World of Tomorrow, announced via Twitter Friday that episode two in this unique world is coming.

    World of Tomorrow is on Netflix and if you haven’t seen it, carve out 15 minutes this weekend and do that. You won’t be disappointed. It’s a fascinating exercise not just in animation, but in time-travel storytelling, philosophy, and so much more.
    Here’s the teaser trailer to give you a taste—but really, seeing the film totally cold is the best way.

    As for what “The Burden of Other People’s Thoughts” could be, we can only imagine. Something with a character being able to hear other people’s thoughts? Living in another person’s mind? An older version of a character reading the mind of that person at a younger age? Knowing Hertzfeldt, it’s probably something much more clever. We’re excited to find out.
    [Twitter via BMD]

    The God Who Is There – Wikipedia
    The God Who Is There is a Christian apologetic work written by American philosopher and Christian theologian Francis A. Schaeffer, published in 1968. It is Book One in Volume One of The Complete Works of Francis A. Schaeffer A Christian Worldview,[1] and is the first book of Francis Schaeffer’s “Trilogy.” It was written before Escape from Reason but released after that second book was written and published. The third book in the Trilogy He Is There and He Is Not Silent was published in 1972.

  5. This NASA-approved VR game drops you on Mars and tasks you with surviving

    This NASA-approved VR game drops you on Mars and tasks you with surviving

    It’s a long trip to Mars. In fact, as anyone who watched The Martian remembers, it takes years. But if you fancy yourself an explorer of the Red Planet, you don’t even have to wait a day anymore.

    Today, the NASA-approved, Fusion-made Mars 2030 virtual reality experience launched. Made for the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Sony PlayStation VR, the game drops you on the Martian surface–mapped and modeled using real data from NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter HiRISE satellite–and puts you in charge of navigating your own survival there. The game is packed with numerous scenarios, such as collecting geologic samples, exploring deep Martian caves, working inside a habitat, and much more. It’s not the first Mars VR experience, and it likely won’t be the last, but with NASA’s blessing, you know it’s going to give you a sense of realism that no one else has offered.

    Explore the Red Planet in VR “Mars 2030.”

  6. Next year, scientists will send messages to search for aliens – CNET

    Next year, scientists will send messages to search for aliens

    How the “Messaging Extraterrestrial Intelligences” community is preparing for humans to talk to aliens.

    September 13, 2017 1:00 PM PDT
    Daniel Oberhaus mugshot
    For the last half-century or so, astronomers around the world have been scanning the cosmos with massive radio telescopes in hopes of finding some sign of intelligent life. This network of alien-hunters comprises the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI), but despite all their efforts, the interstellar radio waves have remained quiet. One might even say too quiet.

    Depending on who you ask, first contact with an extraterrestrial civilization might happen any day now. Seth Shostak, director of the SETI Institute, has famously predicted that we’ll hear from ET within the next two decades. Others, such as the Cornell University astronomer Yervant Terzian are less optimistic — his probabilistic calculations place first contact in about 1,500 years, assuming there’s anyone left on Earth to receive the call.

    Milky way over huge radio telescopes
    Milky way over huge radio telescopes.

    Haiton Yu/Getty Images
    But many SETI astronomers aren’t content with only scanning the airwaves for signs of ET. Instead, they think we should also be actively reaching out to the cosmos on behalf of planet Earth.

    These astronomers occupy a controversial niche within the SETI community known as Messaging Extraterrestrial Intelligences, or METI. At the forefront of this group is Douglas Vakoch, president of METI International, a research group dedicated to designing and sending messages intended for extraterrestrial recipients.

    Vakoch and his colleagues at METI International are fighting an uphill battle. Aside from all the technical problems that come with trying to contact aliens, many SETI astronomers think it’s a bad idea.

    The METI opposition group, which includes scientists like Stephen Hawking, argues that since we have no idea what ET might be like, sending a message into the cosmos comes with a huge existential risk. If the aliens happen to be friendly, no problem. But if they’re hostile, that means we’re essentially sending out a beacon that says “ATTACK HERE.”

    A lot of ink has been spilled over whether or not actively attempting to make contact with extraterrestrials is advisable. But despite the arguments to the contrary, Vakoch said he’s not worried.

    “One of the reasons people are so afraid of METI is that it seems riskier to do something than to do nothing,” Vakoch told me over email. “When we try to evaluate the risks and benefits of an unknown situation where we have little or no actual data, we fall back on the most vivid images that come to mind. But just because the first images of alien contact that come to mind are horrific, that doesn’t mean they’re realistic.”

    By 2018, METI International hopes to begin sending messages into space. This immediately presents a host of problems, such as: how do you design a message for a species that is totally unfamiliar with any language on Earth?

    Over the last 50 years, a number of solutions to this problem have been proposed, ranging from full-fledged mathematical languages to rudimentary chatbots, music, or pictograms. For the most part, SETI scientists are in agreement that the message will have to be strongly rooted in mathematics and physics, since these are likely to be the only two types of knowledge we have in common with the ET. METI International is also taking this approach.

    “Some of the most prominent messages of the past have tried to cover everything,” Vakoch said. “We’re taking the opposite approach. Rather than trying to communicate everything [about math, science and life on Earth], we are focusing on saying a few things very clearly. For our first messages, we are emphasizing the essentials of math and physics.”

    Another point of consideration is where to send a message. Every year, astronomers are discovering more planets orbiting other stars in the so-called habitable zone. This means the planet is just far away from its host star to host liquid water without it evaporating or completely freezing. Vakoch said METI International will be targeting nearby stars, especially those known to have planets in the habitable zones.

    Finally there’s the question of what the message should say. Here too, history has seen a wide variety of answers. At this point, we’ve sent a Doritos commercial, the molecular formula for alcohol (accompanied with “Cheers!” of course), and a bunch of Craigslist classified ads to other solar systems, as well as more scientifically rigorous messages in which we’ve attempted to teach an alien recipient about math, science, and life on Earth.

    The question of who gets to speak for Earth is a tricky one, especially given the contentious nature of the METI project as a whole. But for now, Vakoch and his colleagues are focused on figuring out how to communicate with aliens so that when we get that first “Hello,” we won’t be left speechless.

    “Many of our most severe problems on Earth today are due to a focus on immediate gratification,” Vakoch said. “If future generations of SETI researchers are looking for replies to today’s transmissions, committed to a multigenerational scientific project, the very act of continuing to look will be a success in itself, whether or not they ever find life out there.”

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  7. UAE to build $132mn mock ‘Martian City’ in the desert (PHOTOS) — RT News

    UAE to build $132mn mock ‘Martian City’ in the desert (PHOTOS)

    Published time: 29 Sep, 2017 20:29
    The United Arab Emirates has announced plans to build a ‘Martian City’ on Earth in preparation for humanity’s planned colonization of the Red Planet.
    The 1.9 million square foot (176,5151 square meters) Mars Science city project was launched by the UAE earlier this week and is estimated to cost AED 500 million ($136 million).

    Once completed, the Mars Science city will be the largest simulated off-world environment ever constructed and will feature laboratories for food, energy and water research and development projects as well as extraterrestrial agricultural testing. The laboratories will be designed to withstand the Red Planet’s harsher climate and will have extensive radiation and heat shielding.

    The structure will be “most sophisticated building the world” according to the official press release.

    #Mars simulators set for ‘return to Earth’ after 8 months in isolation

    — RT (@RT_com) 3:45 PM – Sep 16, 2017
    It will also house a 3d printed museum made of sand from the Emirati desert, a close approximation of the raw materials which will be available to potential future colonists on the surface of Mars, and will commemorate mankind’s achievements in space while showcasing the latest developments made by researchers who will live in the city.

    The project is part of the country’s Mars 2117 Strategy which seeks to establish a functioning Martian colony within the next hundred years.

    Once completed, a team of researchers will also conduct a year-long experiment which will simulate colonist-living on Mars.

    World-renowned architect Bjarke Ingels will design the city.

    ‘Mars village’: China selects site for simulated Red Planet colony, doubling as tourist attraction

    — RT (@RT_com) 9:02 PM – Jul 29, 2017
    “The UAE seeks to establish international efforts to develop technologies that benefit humankind, and that establish the foundation of a better future for more generations to come,” said Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai.

    “We also want to consolidate the passion for leadership in science in the UAE, contributing to improving life on earth and to developing innovative solutions to many of our global challenges… We believe in the potential of space exploration, and in collaborating with global partners and leaders in order to harness the findings of this research and movement that seeks to meet people’s needs and improve quality of life on earth.”

    “The new project is another step in the UAE’s leading contributions to the global science movement; we seek to set an example and motivation for others to participate, and contribute, to humanity’s march into space,” he concluded.

    The announcement came just days before Elon Musk revealed his ambitious plans to employ a system of rockets for terrestrial, lunar and martian transport.

    ‘Big F*cking Rocket’ will get you anywhere on Earth in under an hour – Musk (VIDEOS, PICS)

    — RT (@RT_com) 4:10 AM – Sep 29, 2017

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