Copernicus, among many others, was a crucial part of that alchemical "transmutation of consciousness" that occurred during the Early Enlightenment, arguing, as we all know, that the Sun and other planets and stars did not revolve around the Earth. At the very beginning of his treatise, he even paid a little tribute to the Hermetica, a point not lost on other late Renaissance/Early Enlightenment figures such as Giordano Bruno.

As science and technology have expanded, scientists have gradually come to see that the Universe(or at least what we can see of it), is oddly "clumped," with clusters of galaxies, rather than the random distribution of galaxies one might expect along conventional views of Big Bang theory. It's as if the data was suggesting that the Big Bang was some kind of "shaped charge." But wait, there's more, for now that "galactic clumping" seems to be revealing even deeper cosmic structure, one that has suggested to some scientists that Earth is, indeed, at some sort of "cosmic center", which, because of its deeply "theory shattering" nature, astrophysicists are dubbing "the axis of evil", since it so radically challenges and overturns some of the cardinal assumptions of astrophysics thus far:

Planck Satellite Confirms WMAP Findings: Universe is not Copernican

Now there's a lot to absorb here, so let's break it down: 1) there is a kind of "cosmological" or better, "cosmic axis" structure; and (2) this structure is aligned to the plane of the ecliptic of the Earth-Sun solar system and (3) this structure is revealed by the distribution of "hot" and "cold" zones of the background radiation, which zones appear to be correlated to the Earth-Sun solar system ecliptic:

"Without getting overly technical, the Copernican and cosmological principles require that any variation in the radiation from the CMB be more or less randomly distributed throughout the universe, especially on large scales. Results from the WMAP satellite (early 2000s) indicated that when looking at large scales of the universe, the noise could be partitioned into “hot” and “cold” sections, and this partitioning is aligned with our ecliptic plane and equinoxes. This partitioning and alignment resulted in an axis through the universe, which scientists dubbed “the axis of evil”, because of the damage it does to their theories. This axis passes right through our tiny portion of the universe. Laurence Krauss commented in 2005:

But when you look at [the cosmic microwave background] map, you also see that the structure that is observed, is in fact, in a weird way, correlated with the plane of the earth around the sun. Is this Copernicus coming back to haunt us? That’s crazy. We’re looking out at the whole universe. There’s no way there should be a correlation of structure with our motion of the earth around the sun — the plane of the earth around the sun — the ecliptic. That would say we are truly the center of the universe.

Now, while this may or may not be good news for physicists inclined toward some version of the Anthropic Cosmological Principle, it does pose a significant problem, and already - as the article itself avers - some physicists see the need for "a new physics," while the article itself concludes with its own tongue-in-cheek barb against current cosmological physics:

"The question is ‘what will modern science do now’? Will they invent additional parameters to keep the current theories alive (in addition to those already added: dark matter, dark energy, redshift as expansion, big bang inflation, etc.) or will they consider the possibility that we are in a special place as observations clearly indicate?"

A brief word about those barbs may be in order: if one goes back to the fundamental cosmological assumption of modern physics - the Big Bang - then one should expect a more or equal, or "isotropic" distribution of matter in the observed universe, rather than the structure that has come to be seen in the past few decades, with "clumps" or "galactic clusters" (I've always preferred some sort of "little thump" theory, which would reconcile some aspects of Big Bang and observation: after all, if one thumps something, there is a center from which the thump's waves emerge, and matter might clump around those wave-like troughs. Such a "little thump" could also be made to correlate rather neatly with these new findings... but that's another long story). In any case, the Big Bang cosmology is a kind of implication or legacy of General relativity, and thus, as observations pile up seemingly in contradiction to the great Einsteinian doctrine, "patches" have been added, to which the concluding paragraph of the article alludes: dark Matter, dark energy, and so on. But as the article also makes clear, some astrophycists are (finally) seeing the handwriting on the wall, and recognizing the need for "a new physics."

So much for the hair-brained high octane scientific speculation. Now for the really hair-brained high octane speculation: Suppose, for a moment, that there are "Others" out there, fully aware of this structure, and with the technology to get from "There" to "Another There," and suppose, for a moment, that they're in our local celestial neighborhood. "They" would surely be aware of this structure, and so would any Other Others with similar capabilities. After all, we supposedly do not have the technology to get from Here, to There (unless one believes Ben Rich), and yet even in our backwardness, we are now aware of this strange cosmic structure that, oddly, puts us smack in the center of that "axis of evil." So such "Others" would inevitably realize that this little solar system, a backwater on the edges of an average galaxy, is somehow like some sort of cosmological Germany, sitting smack dab in the middle of a cosmic "Europe"... it would be, therefore, a place of strategic and commercial interest. The scientists, in other words, might also have to start talking (if they are not already doing so in private), of "cosmopolitics" or "astropolitics"... In short, the game may just have become very interesting.

See you on the flip side.

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. shasta on October 15, 2014 at 12:35 am

    Hmm, ok. Off topic a bit, I was able to view color photos of the moon,
    Click “Natural Color”
    Click yellow grid button on left
    Choose any location on the map and click
    Click zoom in button and take a look at the real color!

    I do believe there is a clear case for water and other “interesting objects”.

    Also, we are in the Laniakea supercluster portion of the universe, check out this link,

  2. Antron Argaiv on October 14, 2014 at 6:34 am

    Hmmm…unlikely. Or, at least, unbelieveable. I think I’ll wait for a bit more data before I begin my celebrations.

    And as to the Earth not rotating? I know plenty of folks who think the universe revolves around them.

  3. Lex on October 8, 2014 at 10:40 am

    “Everyone knows that the ancient idea of Earth in the center of the universe is a ridiculous holdover from a superstitious age, right? Modern science has proven that we are nothing special! We inhabit, in Carl Sagan’s words, “….an insignificant planet of a humdrum star lost in a galaxy tucked away in some forgotten corner of a universe in which there are far more galaxies than people.”

    Well….prepare to be shocked!

    “The Principle”, destined to become one of the most controversial films of our time, brings before the public eye astonishing results from recent large-scale surveys of our universe- surveys which disclose unexpected evidence of a preferred direction in the cosmos, aligned with our supposedly insignificant Earth.

    “The Principle” features narration by Kate Mulgrew (“Star Trek Voyager”, “Orange Is The New Black”, and “Ryan’s Hope”), stunning animations by BUF Compagnie Paris (“Life of Pi”, “Thor”), and commentary from prominent scientists including George Ellis, Michio Kaku, Julian Barbour, Lawrence Krauss, and Max Tegmark.

    Tracing the development of cosmology from its inception (Stonehenge, the Great Pyramid at Giza), through the great revolution of Copernicus, to the astonishing new discoveries of Earth-oriented alignments in the largest structures of our visible universe, “The Principle” leads us face-to-face with the question, and the challenge- what does this mean for the future of mankind?”

  4. moxie on October 7, 2014 at 10:41 pm

    The veil being removed..only in ___.
    The crossing (cross symbol)->transmutation of consciousness

  5. Foxlike Mulder on October 7, 2014 at 8:35 pm

    I have seen and heard from several sources a possibility we actually do live in a matrix universe where everything outside the solar system or perhaps the galaxy is a computer simulation. One of the smartest guys I know, a physicist, believes this a distinct possibility. Along those lines, I remember this article from a couple months ago about an experiment from the US Department of Energy’s Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab):

  6. moxie on October 6, 2014 at 9:32 pm

    Well, if centers are gateways or portals to somewhere, it’s certainly interesting that the earth be at the center of this universe. And to where it leads.. to another universe/dimension maybe?

    • moxie on October 6, 2014 at 11:06 pm

      Pandora’s star?

      • moxie on October 6, 2014 at 11:42 pm

        And if we’re at a cosmic center, would there also be a connection to the cosmic clock or calendar and certain events, changes? Excuse my musings..

  7. nobodyouwantoknow on October 6, 2014 at 8:14 pm


    Once again, I tell you silly humans :


    Please don’t freak out about it — It ain’t no thang … I take it very seriously but casually, so please do not cosmomorphize me — I just happen to be a human being who’s the Center of the Universes

    Your annual life-rent is due on October 8. Plese remit $1000 via PayPal. No grace period.

  8. emlong on October 6, 2014 at 8:03 pm

    But a “breathing” universe does not rule out singularities – it just means they are periodic.

  9. p on October 6, 2014 at 4:20 pm

    Can’t all this madness simply be avoided by accepting that science’s baseline theory – Big Bang – is invalid?
    Big Bang states that all that is came to be for no reason, in a single moment, out of nothing. Evidence offered: Universe seems to be expanding. Therefore if we turn back the clock, contracting the Universe, we would come to a singularity, the Big Bang.
    This is obviously no evidence at all but lazy thinking. One could just as easily imagine that the Universe “breathes”, that is, expands and contracts in a rhythm, taking away the need for a starting-point, and eliminating all need for “patches” as dark matter etc.
    Simply, there is no reason why there should be a beginning to the Universe at all. The only reason people assume there must be is because the subject-object nature of language demands it.

    • DanaThomas on October 7, 2014 at 1:52 am

      In fact this conceit about there being a “beginning” or “end” of the “universe” comes from that Yahwehist position aimed at distracting the masses with bad science, while leaving little “details” like cycles and quantum effects to a secretive elite…

  10. emlong on October 6, 2014 at 4:14 pm

    If I am understanding this correctly this is a “plane of centrality, so Earth would be among a jillion other astronomical entities along this plane. I would be more interested in the idea that planetary life of a higher spiritual orientation might be found in habitable planets along this plane. That would be quite romantic.

  11. nines on October 6, 2014 at 3:03 pm

    My gut tells me, before I take time to consider anything from my head, that this points directly at an Indra’s Net cosmos, and not an earthcentric one. It would just look like that from here and other places on our thread of the net. And what about the worlds where the threads intersect? They’d have two axes of evil!

  12. marcos toledo on October 6, 2014 at 2:26 pm

    As I have posted before first theory then the search for the (facts)to backup the theory. Lets for the time being cool it and just let the facts speak for themselves. Stop building all these houses of cards that can fall on their creators heads at anytime showing them up for the buffoons they’ve always been whether in politics, science, religion, philosophy and other intellectual activities.

  13. DownunderET on October 6, 2014 at 1:25 pm

    To put it bluntly, scientists don’t have a clue about anything. They don’t know how the universe was formed, they don’t know where “WE” came from and yada yada yada. However saying that, the ancients knew, now what does that tell you about modern day scientists. They are looking for answers to their questions in the standard model of physics, were fellas, you should be looking in the Hermetica, because that’s where all the answers are.

  14. Aridzonan_13 on October 6, 2014 at 11:01 am

    What we know about science is filtered by the PTB.. Where the works / theories of Tesla are not taught at university, only portions of Faraday are taught along with other snippets from other great inventors and scientists. The main thing I look forward to if, I live to see official Disclosure will be the introduction of Off World Science. Only then will man know how long we have lived with the Mega-Corp curse of scientific / technological retardation. Where this retardation was used to enrich the defacto monopolies that run every address space of the World’s “Fossil Fooool” driven economy..

  15. Frankie Calcutta on October 6, 2014 at 9:39 am

    There is a rumor floating around that the Jesuits, through their stranglehold over global astronomical science, are behind this latest revelation in order to re-establish some of the tarnished credibility of the Church in an ultimate plan to re-assert the infallible magisterium of the Pope worldwide. Furthermore, it is rumored (told to me at a Bangkok massage parlor by a drunk internet blogger/American trust fund expatriate) that Pope Pius XII once made a bet with Mao Tse Tung that if the Vatican could prove scientifically that the Earth was indeed the center of the Universe, China would drop communism and convert to the Roman Church. An amused and entirely unconcerned Mao agreed and even signed a secret Papal document (a spiritual bearer bond) that handed over no less than a billion Chinese souls to the Vatican, if such was the case. (The meeting between the two world leaders was presumably in regards to a petition, forwarded by the Chinese Communists to the Vatican, asking the Vatican to intercede with the banksters in NY in the quest by Mao and his buddies to get the Kumantang gold, deposited foolishly by Chang Ki Shek in NY, returned to the private bank vaults of communist China. Pope Pius informed Mao that the Vatican was currently on bad terms with the the NY banksters because of the Vatican’s covert allegiances in WWII and that the Vatican bank was only dealing with the CIA, various mafias, escaped Nazis, and defeated Japanese war criminals at the current time. But in an amazing slight of hand, the commiserating Pope was able to get Mao to offhandedly sign off on the billion Chinese souls wager– proving that the longest reigning chancellory on the planet may have, in this instance, been more far thinking than the usual long planning Chinese.)

    But back to this latest Jesuit conspiracy to convince the world that Earth is the center of the Universe and the Vatican is always right… it is believed that the real aim is not just converting a billion Chinese to Roman Catholicism but in fact, to give divine firepower to the ancient Papal pronouncements condemning usury and usurers and thereby pulling the rug out from under the banksters and their enslaving system of finance. Added to this will be a call by the Jesuit Pope for a new Middle Eastern Crusade led by priest warriors trained in exorcism and backed by an army of no less than a few million converted Chinese using advanced war weapons donated by the Breakaway civilization who will have come under Vatican jurisdiction by decree of a new Papal Bull (and in return will be given major material concessions in the galaxy so long as they facilitate the Catholic evangelization of space.)

    The first stop of the Final Crusade will be Kurdish territory to mop up the ISIS brigands and punish those neighboring countries that trained them like Turkey and Jordan. Then it will be on to Iraq to shut down the demon portals which produced these bloodthirsty ISIS psychopaths, and then on to the Arabian monarchies to punish them for their heinous crimes (while also seizing their oil fields in order to finance the crusade.). Following this, the last stop will be Israel under the guise of protecting the Holy Land from rock throwing Palestinians but in fact to ensure that the temple is not rebuilt and the empowering magical blood sacrifices aren’t resumed to the misfortune of all humanity. In exchange for not revealing the horrors uncovered by the crusaders in Israel’s numerous underground medical and torture facilities, the people of Israel will be allowed to convert to Christianity and this will be enforced by the Vatican’s fleet of Inquisition Drones for all eternity.

    • Frankie Calcutta on October 6, 2014 at 9:52 am

      The global banksters will also be given the same magnanimous conditions as the people of Israel and will even be given refuge in Israel itself, only the future Israel will be much smaller– encompassing not much more than the Sinai desert. This new promised land will have been officially determined by cartographers in the Vatican library to be the original homeland of the hebrew people. In order to ensure a steady food supply on this un-farmable land, the Israelis will be given a steady food supply through a contract arranged by the UN and Monsanto and administered by the Palestinians in their new state bordering New Israel.

    • TRM on October 6, 2014 at 7:20 pm

      Frankie I don’t know whether to say “well played” or “get help” but that was a good read. Thanks.

  16. Robert Barricklow on October 6, 2014 at 8:04 am

    From my perspective the universe is one “living entity” throughout/inout; All inclusive. It is to be/not to be = one.
    And the “science” is becoming more of a comic book and cosmic physics book. There is indeed method to madness; but as the method “reveals” itself; another Russian doll of method is found wrapped inside and is adopted. Deception within deception; revelation after revelation. Indeed the quantum nature of this non-locality of here but not here is the very paradox of what it truly is: a free spirit. And to control said spirit there are laws. One cannot exist w/o the other. Something need nothing. Nothing doesn’t need something(the language is purposely twisted; but not by myself[it’s its nature]. The is much more to this universe than our dreams/nightmare can imagine or conceive.

  17. bdw000 on October 6, 2014 at 7:05 am

    I am no expert, but I fell like those who oppose the idea that redshifft of stars can tell you there distancce are on the right track.

    Halton Arp was a very well-known astronomer who opposed the “redshifft=distance” idea for decades until he died in the last year or two. He is referred to in some of the many articles at

    I saw a lecture by Alexander Dalgarno, a Harvard astronomer, from maybe 10 years ago, where he talked about how they found out that at least some of the “cosmic background radiation” was simply caused by ions from the sun striking neutral hydrogen in interstellar space (the lecture was about how comets, of all things, emit X-rays). I don’t think this guy was aware of the truly revolutionary idea he was presenting hard evidence for (maybe he was, I don’t know). The lecture is rather slow, but I recommend watching all of it so that you understand the final tidbit about the CMB he makes at the very end.

    This lecture can be seen here:

    The claims of reshift=distance and the CMB really are not that well verified scientifcally. No one really can say they “know” WHERE the CMB comes from: think about it.

    • bdw000 on October 6, 2014 at 7:16 am

      FYI, Arp’s books SEEING RED, and QUASARS, REDSHIFTS AND CONTROVERSIES, and CATALOGUE OF DISCORDANT REDSHIFT ASSOCIATIONS are pretty convincing. They document (emphasis on the word “document”) a culture of scientific fraud in the astronomical community.

      Keep in mind that Arp was a recognized world-class astronomer until he refused to tow the party line about redshift (when he was then denied telescope time).

      Another good boook is THE STATIC UNIVERSE: EXPLODING THE MYTH OF COSMIC EXPANSION by Hilton Ratcliffe.

    • bdw000 on October 6, 2014 at 7:19 am

      By “scientific fraud” I mean the very common practice of sweeping any evidence you don’t like under the rug.

      Claiming your theory is proven by ignoring all contrary evidence.

    • bdw000 on October 6, 2014 at 7:25 am

      Hey Joe, I would be glad to send you all of the above books if you don’t already have them.

  18. LGL on October 6, 2014 at 6:56 am

    Dr. Pierre-Marie Robitaille takes issue with COBE and WMAP with respect to their instrumentation designs.

  19. DanaThomas on October 6, 2014 at 6:43 am

    The Observer Effect seems to be lurking somewhere here, unmentioned. We might wonder what is going on, say, with the Alpha Centauri Observer Effect and how it might be affecting us….

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