September 22, 2015 By Joseph P. Farrell

Many people sent me articles this past week, all focussed on CERN's Large Hadron Collider and other activity that might be correlated with it. We'll get back to that in a moment. But among the articles sent, these two stood out:

For a moment, let us focus the  implications of this article. For many years, both prior to and after the start of of CERN's colossal machine, dissenting voices have raised concerns about the real effects, and motivations and goals, for the project. These concerns have in turn sprouted a bumper crop of conspiracy theories about the project, with the ever-predictable attempts to inject biblical prophecy and nonsensical interpretations of the whole thing from the standpoint of fundamentalist pre-millenial dispensational theological positions weighing in with fantastic scenarios of wormholes, portals to Saturn, and demons that will come tumbling through the machine.

However, more sobering voices and amateur speculations - my own among them - have suggested that the machine might induce planetary effects either unforeseen by the project's technicians and engineers, or else deliberately, but secretly, induced and explored by it. And in this, the second article begins to raise some serious questions by appearing to demonstrate that changes in the planet's magnetic shield, and resulting "red auroras", seem at least in recent instances to be correlated to the collider's activity. This correlation, if true, also suggests that there might be effects not only on the planet's magnetoshere, but also upon the dynamo that is the planetary core, according to the most prevailing theory, a rotating metallic core of iron and nickel, that generates the planet's magnetic defensive shield. And that, in turn, might possibly produce geophysical effects like earthquakes.  My own personal reasoning behind entertaining such views has been not to focus on what we're told about the machine and its purposes, but, so to speak, to turn off the sound, and look at the machine itself, and the massive magnetic fields it generates - up to about 8 Teslas in some cases - far below the ground in France and Switzerland. Several times more powerful than the local magnetic field of the Earth, it seems at least possible that one must look at CERN's creation, the electrodynamic system of the planet itself, and the Sun, as one networked comprehensive complex machine. In that case, strong local magnetic fields would result in dislocations and distortions of the natural shape of the magnetosphere, as suggested by the article and its embedded video.

Additionally, I have suggested in my most recent book that the vast data filtration system of CERN might contain a hidden or secret component, not one designed to look at the particle and ion collisions themselves, but rather, to look at data correlations of the machine's operation, and its potential or possible effects on the "wider machine" of the planetary and celestial-stellar electrodynamics itself. Which brings us to the point of my blog today:

One such correlation does not constitute anything like evidence, but it is suggestive. So what is needed is not simply one or even a few such instances, but a comprehensive database correlating collider activity, its energies, times of operation, and any corresponding solar and terrestrial activity. Hopefully, videos and articles like this are a step toward the emergence of that, for in the final analysis, only such correlation, or lack of it, will be able to raise or lower the concerns about CERN. Tha pattern in evidence here is suggestive, but it is not quite yet a "pattern." If one does emerge, then it is time to start pondering carefully why it is there, and to ascertain the physics and causes behind it. Only then will we know for a certainty that the idea of CERN's machine being part of a much larger machine is true, or not. If not, we owe the scientists and technicians of CERN a big apology. If so, then they owe us one.

As for any such "data correlation project" itself, it would be tailor-made for any type of software able to read many discrete types of database in any sort of code, I PROMIS you.

See you on the flip side...