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Clyde Lewis | September 22, 2020
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Back in January of 2020, I predicted that 2020 will be the year of space expansion, space defense, and the year for discovering biological life in space. That Elon Musk would launch a string of satellites that would be mistaken for UFO’s.

I also spoke of something called the Omega Key where deep intelligence will somehow hold the keys to our utter destruction. Something that would be way worse than any nuclear explosion.

That would be entropy.

Many of us over the years have fallen for headlines and clickbait proclaiming foreknowledge of events. We do it for sports, the stock market and just about any other outcomes that cannot be foreseen.

There are far more things to think about as we are constantly teetering on the edge of oblivion. I recently have been using the term doom scrolling to describe what happens on a daily basis as we watch the world deteriorate.

Doomsday scares have been happening for hundreds of years, but most are sparked by charismatic leaders issuing divine proclamations.

Not so for the Mayan apocalypse scare back 2012. It just seemed that because of one or two theories the Mayan apocalypse kind of took on a personality all its own. What made this doomsday theory different was that no one religion or cult was pushing it, as occurred with the biblically-inspired Harold Camping doomsday in 2011.

Doomsday predictions are almost always a top-down phenomenon – sometimes they pass without fanfare or they wind up becoming tragic like the suicides of the Heaven’s Gate cult.

Many say that the reason the 2012 phenomenon happened was because of a culture clash and since many people around the world really knew nothing about the Mayans – they simply thought that they were mysterious enough and were allegedly keen astronomers that knew the patterns of the stars and since there were biblical stories that claim of signs and wonders in the heavens before the end. People were terrified that every eclipse, full moon and planet alignment was enough to let the countdown begin.

Now we have settled science telling us that they earth does not have long because of climate change. We are also seeing religious scholars who are now thinking that people should be rapture ready – that there are signs that the earth is going to be shaken to its core and with the world spinning in a quantum maelstrom anything is possible in the apocalypse.

The narratives that have their focus on science and religion are sending mixed messages to the consensus. Mankind is hell bent on discovering our origins and reenacting the big bang in huge colliders. Their objectives are to find the natural key to open the doorway to the mind of God and understand what it is like to have the power of God in their hands.

Physicists have now discovered the subatomic particle predicted over a half-century ago, which will go a long way toward explaining what gives electrons and all matter in the universe size and shape.

The elusive particle, called a Higgs-Boson, was predicted in 1964 to help fill in our understanding of the creation of the universe, which many theorize occurred in a massive explosion known as the Big Bang.

The particle was named for Peter Higgs, one of the physicists who proposed its existence, but it later became popularly known as the “God particle.”

The particle’s existence helps confirm the theory that objects gain their size and shape when particles interact in an energy field with a key particle, the Higgs-Boson. The more they attract, the bigger their mass will be – or so the theory goes.

There is also that scary thought of this particle – the Holy Grail of physics has become unstable and that all around us we are watching entropy, chaos, and blight. That the earth is showing us that it has transmogrified into something that is no longer our home but a slaughterhouse ready to shake off parasitic consumers of all of her resources.

With this knowledge, we are edging closer to understanding how creation began and how powerful that force is on a quantum level. With the possibility of its instability we may also see the wrath of a universe that is eating itself and beating itself into nothing but a spec of light – throwing all things in reverse and making the impossible possible.

Nothing in science can be settled when they are now embracing uncertainty.

All things are on the table – make no mistake – there are members in the technocracy see themselves as gods.

Many will entertain the idea that this is man playing God or trying to circumvent the magic that God has kept secret from mankind since the beginning of time.

What people can’t fathom is the scientists are now involved in the creation process – taking god and making it an embryo for life – unknown life – it can also be called alien life.

The secrets of the creation process are revealing themselves and perhaps it is time that we realize that there may be that halfway point between the romanticism of the religious story of creation and the scientific method in which creation manifests and data confirms.

This opens the door to an even greater discussion as to what or even who is responsible for why we are here, where we are going, and how and why we exist.

You may not believe in powers that exist beyond earth and beyond man’s comprehension, but it is evident that religious organizations now believe or at least have their ideas about the probability of exobiology, space agencies around the world are entertaining the ideas of life out in space and that the United States Military, NASA and other black ops organizations have sensitive information that they have kept from the American people regarding strange anomalous activities in space.

It is getting to the point where NASA is no longer capable of keeping everything “top secret.” Some things cannot easily be explained by science.

NASA is finding it harder to hide the truth about an “alien” presence on earth and in the solar system. They are also finding it harder to hide the fact that the solar system is going through some abrupt changes.

Is NASA telling us everything about what is going on in the Solar System? Is there a massive cover up about the Sun, alien life, and the life span of the earth? Before you discount the possibilities there needs to be some evidence right?

The frame war has literally covered up the progress of science. They merely call out science for their agendas of Climate Change and COVID-19 fears.

However our advancements have now reached beyond that of what science fiction writers have predicted.

Last Tuesday, I reported that space agencies around the world have been reporting that there are biosigns of life on Venus.

A team of astronomers reported on the detection of a molecular gas – phosphine (PH3) within the upper layers of the clouds of Venus. Phosphine is what is called a biomarker. It’s one of the chemicals that astronomers look for in the atmosphere of a planet to determine if that planet might harbor life.

NASA issued a statement reminding us that what they found are signs of life and not life on Venus. But of course Never a Straight Answer has always been an appropriate definition for NASA as an acronym and why would it change for an announcement for life signs on a planet that have not invested in.

All our focus has been on Mars and now, Venus, has surprised scientists and has riled the Russians.

Typically, the production of phosphine is associated with life. It’s possible, however, that phosphine could come from some yet unknown process. What’s more likely – there is an unknown process at work in the clouds of Venus? Or that there is life suspended in its clouds of sulfuric acid? 

If it is not coming from a life form—did a life from deposit it there? Was it and exchange of space seeds that would somehow germinate in the gasses sending out a message that something out there is constantly seeding the solar system?

The theory of panspermia — the idea that simple life can travel from world to world, is gaining momentum in science’s quest to find the answers about Venus.

For generations, some astronomers have speculated about whether our planet was pollinated with an alien seed. This theory, called panspermia, suggests that primitive life can travel from world to world on space rocks, kick-starting evolution in each new environment.

This all sounds more like science fiction than science, but there are also good reasons to think panspermia is possible.

With the recent discovery of the alien space rock ‘Oumuamua and the interstellar comet Borisov, some astronomers are rethinking how far life could travel to trigger a “Second Genesis.” Could life spread across the galaxy? If alien asteroids and comets commonly travel between stars, then the interstellar version of panspermia may be more possible than astronomers imagined.

If we were to go back and track the movement of Oumuamua’s trajectory – it allegedly left behind fragments in its wake and as it passed close to Mercury and Venus there is minute possibility that something left behind by what is called an alien scout ship could have started the processes of panspermia.

Some scientists were saying that Oumuamua was a comet and for many years it has been speculated that comets have been known to seed other planets with life.

Based on the known rate of meteoroid impacts on Earth, we show that many asteroids have grazed Earth’s atmosphere without being significantly heated and later impacted Venus, and a similar number have grazed Venus’s atmosphere and later impacted the Earth, both within a period of millions of years during which microbes could survive in space.

Although the abundance of terrestrial life in the upper atmosphere is unknown, these planet-grazing shepherds could have potentially been capable of transferring microbial life between the atmospheres of Earth and Venus.

Oumuamua could have been one of the shepherds that could have dropped extremophile fragments towards Venus.

As a result, the origin of possible Venusian life may be fundamentally indistinguishable from that of terrestrial life or it could be a life form from interstellar base that was unheard of or even thought if before Oumuamua passed through on its journey through space.

If life on Venus and life on Earth arose from two different “Genesis” events that means that life may start easily. And if that’s the case, life might be… everywhere.

Philosophically, if life is indeed on Venus, the implication that life could indeed be everywhere may transform how we see ourselves in the Universe.

Since Copernicus first proposed that Earth is not the center of the Universe, our place in the cosmos has slowly become less and less special, we realized our Sun is also not the center of the Universe but along with a vast number of other stars orbits the center of our Milky Way Galaxy. We’ve learned that our Milky Way Galaxy is but one of hundreds of billions of Galaxies. Finding life on another planet would be the completion of the Copernican Revolution, showing us that Earth is not the only place special enough to host life.

Some see this line of thinking as a threat to religion.

But while Copernicus was a threat back then to religious thinking –have we grown since then? Or will we see it as an apostasy. Sime believe that a second or theirs genesis is blasphemy –and yet we are seeing creation as it happens we are seeing God in embryo.

Is it so wrong to say that man is witnessing a second or third or fourth genesis in what we are told is a multiverse?

It can be argued that with all of the strange theories coming out of scientific journals these days that perhaps there is a lack of certainty about many things. It appears that the biggest lack of certainty comes with the origins of mankind.

It can be said that as we are taking detours with evolutionary theory that a small group of creationists are most definitely keeping a scorecard on the faux pas of scientists.

However, I think it is important to point out that even though they mean well creationists fail to even acknowledge the messes that they create with their ideas which simply sound like magic and even though they hate to hear it – their views on mankind’s origins lean on the supernatural, rather than a natural progression of what can be called the creation process.

History eventually revises itself and science reluctantly corrects its blunders. Religion on the other hand takes its time to make good on its folly. After the Roman Catholic Church had demonstrated its power to unite the people in the early Middle Ages, heretics who spoke deliberately in denial of “Catholic truths” were thought to be a threat to the new Christian conformity.

One of the more publicized heretics was Galileo. Galileo’s condemnation by Church authorities for promoting the idea of the earth revolving around the sun was against a literal interpretation of certain passages of scripture.

It wasn’t until the early 1990’s that the Papal commission of the Catholic Church finally admitted to making a mistake. They admitted that they were wrong in opposing Galileo’s heliocentric findings. This after Galileo was imprisoned and all of his works were burned hundreds of years earlier.

It was extremely late in coming – and by the time they got around to the apology, I really don’t think anyone cared.

Now, I suppose that if one wanted to be a Darwinian heretic they could conclude that as more and more theories talk about unknown forms of primal man or even reptilian counterparts, Darwinian principles do not apply to our genesis — they also don’t apply to second genesis theories. Survival of the fittest may apply to all species and that is about as far as Darwin can be used as the unveiling of antediluvian civilizations and creatures are making it hard to use his evolutionary theories as a crutch for serious science.

The theory of panspermia, or that Earth was “seeded from elsewhere,” was put forth in cuneiform clay tablets millennia ago. It is said that about 3.9 million years ago a collision of celestial bodies produced a reaction where the building blocks of life in the universe seeded our planet. 300,000 years ago, it is proposed that an unknown race jumped the gun on Earth’s evolution and, using genetic engineering, upgraded a hominid, Homo Erectus to an intelligent, tool-handling Homo Sapien to be a worker race.

It allegedly happened in the Great Rift Valley zone of southeast Africa.

All life on Earth, from birds to fishes, flora to algae, and down to bacteria and viruses – all have the very same DNA, the four nucleic acid letters from which all genes and genomes are made. Our genome of less than 30,000 genes “contains 223 genes that do not have any predecessors on the genomic evolutionary tree. These 223 genes were found to be completely missing in the whole range of the vertebrae phase of evolution. These genes involve physiological and cerebral functions to humans.

Scientists are now speculating that 150,000 years ago, ancient humans were breeding with mysterious “ghost species.”

This is known as archaic introgression.

This sounds like a more scientific way of explaining that throughout the history of our species – we may have had a little help in becoming what we are.

It all started with a seed—it all started with a fundamental life form that was raised and nurtured by an unknown caretaker. Perhaps that caretaker or shepherd knew how to breed species – bring forth hybrid creations that are now what we call man.

The idea is probably more complex than just having aliens plucking our hominid mothers out of Eden and mating with them. However, it most certainly has us wondering about exactly which side of the family our humanity sprang from.

There’s a reason why every year, internationally recognized scientists continue to push this commonly overlooked topic into the mainstream scientific community. The fact is, matter (protons, electrons, photons, anything that has mass) is not the only reality. If we wish to understand the nature of our reality, we cannot keep examining physical reality while ignoring the fact that the ‘unseen’ makes up most of it. Perhaps the most imperative question is what is the role of non-physical system, such as consciousness, in relation to physical systems or matter?

Consciousness is the ability to process “information” about the self and the surroundings of a being and perhaps even the objects that a being came in contact with. It can be said that all of this information, the possible quantum packet or consciousness, has been encoded “on” the Geometry of Dimensions.

Funny, a good acronym comes to mind when we speak of the Geometry of Dimensions and the head of the of the evolutionary tree and that acronym is G.O.D. – the being inside all of us. The being inside the race of beings that have now been allegedly seeded on Venus.

It makes for a good argument about exocreationism.

Written by Clyde Lewis

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