The ubiquitous world-wide web had its origin from CERN. Today, virtually everyone in the urban world is connected by the web. Without the web, life won’t be the same again. The days prior to the web are like days of the dinosaurs. Modern man won’t survive without it. Now, once again CERN is experimenting with the unknown. But the stakes are much higher. Results from the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) are in the realms of the unknown, into the spiritual. But scientists typically never acknowledge the spiritual unknowns. They invent new nomenclature to have the appearance of being scientific, such as God particles.
The LHC’s new endeavours are shrouded with controversies. Naysayers think it is the ultimate doomsday machine. Even renown scientist Stephen Hawking warned of the experiments and the potential dangers they posed to the planet. When the particles finally collide at near speed of light velocities, it will open the door into a new dimension. One that is totally alien to science. Others see parallels in biblical narrations. The door, or gateway is a portal into the gates of hell where demons were detained and held by God for their rebellion. When the portal is opened, it will unleash a torrent of demons rushing into the world to mess around with the final battle of Armageddon. In fact, CERN is probably aware of the spiritual significance by erecting the idol Shiva which is a god of destruction right at the entrance of CERN.
Are there more evidences that the world is entering into a supernatural dimension? The lawlessness in the Middle East and high level corruptions that are getting blatant and rampant in many governments are signs pointing to the a massive moral decay and disregard for law. It does seem that powerful supernatural forces are gaining momentum and on the path to destroy mankind. For those who venerate the Pope, vicar of more than a million Catholics, his remarks about baptising aliens should be scrutinised. According to The Guardian’s report,
Do aliens believe in God? Did aliens create God? Did God create aliens? Is God, in fact, an alien? Religion and extraterrestrial beliefs don’t tend to go together. So it was something of a surprise when Pope Francis himself waded in on the debate this Tuesday. “If … an expedition of Martians arrives and some of them come to us … and if one of them says: ‘Me, I want to be baptised!’, what would happen?” the pontiff jokingly speculated during Tuesday’s morning mass. The church turns no one away, he confirmed, not even extraterrestrials.
Do you think that the Pope made the statement “tongue-in-cheek”? Or did he actually mean it? Tradcatknight had this story,
Capovilla was an assistant and personal secretary of John XXIII. One night in July of 1961, he relates, they were walking through the gardens of the residence when they saw in the sky an unknown spacecraft radiating colored lights approaching them.
In a document that reached the hands of Sartori, Capovilla speaks directly of the extraordinary episode, affirming: “We saw a spaceship over our heads. It was oval and had flashing blue and amber lights.” The account of the then assistant of the Pope emphasized that the ship soon landed and rested “on the south lawn of the gardens. A strange being came out of it. He seemed like a human except that he was surrounded by a golden light and had large elongated ears.”
“His Holiness and I knelt down. We did not know what we were seeing, but we knew that it was not of this world, so it should be a celestial event,” reported the religious, who witnessed with the Pope the incredible episode.
How interesting! Even the Pope thinks that aliens do exist. The question is what exactly are aliens? These stories do corroborate with CERN’s possible opening of a spiritual portal to usher in these demons or aliens. Coincidentally, the Pope is scheduled to address US Congress in September 2105. There are speculations that the Pope will take the opportunity to introduce alien contacts in that historic meeting.
And when they shall have finished their testimony, the beast thatascendeth out of the bottomless pit shall make war against them, and shall overcome them, and kill them.