Media is agog with reports of a speculation of the beginning of the end of the world on
The experiment is going to take place in an underworld tunnel constructed in
In contrast to 2012 syndrome related to Mayan prediction,
this time the fear psychosis is built from the prediction of Nostradamus.
this experiment happening in
The verse indicating disaster for
Nostradamus quatrain 9 44:
Saturn will be converted from gold to iron,
Raypoz will exterminate all who oppose him,(?)
Before the coming the sky will show signs.
This experiment is even connected to 2012 prediction of the Mayans,
but for the time being, Nostradamus has become the pet author for predictions of sorts.
Why should I lag behind with my limited wisdom(!) of predictive astrology?
So I decided to give my expert (??) comments.
First we must recall the two consecutive eclipses of last month.
The Solar eclipse of
and since it happened in a movable sign, the results were predicted to happen
within a short time, say, a paksha or two. (paksha is a fortnight)
It did happen in the lands where the eclipse was seen -particularly in
whose mundane sign of Capricorn was directly in opposition to the eclipse.
The results did happen with in a paksha.
The second eclipse that happened on August 16th was associated
with earthly and movable sign, indicating massive earthquakes and land slides.
The place where the eclipse ended, namely
But the period of fructification of results is not yet over
and the countries exposed to this prediction are not out of danger for two more weeks.
Some of the countries on the probable list of danger from earthquake and landslides are
CERN experiment coincides with the time period of fructification of the result of this eclipse.
We speak of human rights and cap on nuclear explosions.
Isn’t the current experiment an abuse on earth?
Should the earth be disturbed like this?
Who will bring a check on experiment such as this?
Generally any damage to earth will be promptly paid back by Nature.
That is the rationale of astrological predictions too.
It can be explained like this:-
All acts ranging from spitting on the ground to dumping nuclear waste to
conducting explosion experiments underground invite
a counter-reaction in Nature’s way – which we say is indicated by Rahu –dosham.
Looking from theories on digging and its connection to
Rahu in ‘Vishwakarma Prakasika’,
Rahu is said to reside in specific locations in specific months and
it is not advisable to do disturb the earth (by digging even for lying foundation of a house)
on those months.
In the current lunar month of Bhadrapada, Rahu is in the North.
Any disturbance to earth in the North (uttar) part of the earth will not yield results
or will yield bad results.
As such, the experiment may not make much headway,
but might encounter problems.
Looking at Human welfare and welfare of the world,
I think it will be apt to consider Aries as the birth sign of the world.
The Kalpa and Chathur yuga started with all planets at zero degrees Aries.
With Aries as the birth sign,
Jupiter in 9th in its own house with retrogression reversed and joining moon
to control any adverse effect.
It will tame any mischievous act by Saturn and Sun in the 5th house.
In addition, the 8th lord, Mars in 6th with budha-shukra combination
also does not foretell any grave danger to the world.
any abuse to Mother Earth will have its own reactions and repercussions.
I am not a votary of experiments that include abuses to earth.
We have no right to abuse earth.
From Times of
World’s biggest scientific experiment.
The well-known Welshman physicist, Lyn Evans, dubbed Evans the Atom, will this week switch on a giant particle accelerator designed to unlock the secrets of the Big Bang.
On Wednesday, Evans will fire up the Large Hadron Collider, a 17-mile-long doughnut-shaped tunnel that will smash sub-atomic particles together at nearly the speed of light.
Built by the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN), the collider lies beneath the French-Swiss border, near the institution's headquarters in
The aim of the 4.4 billion-pound (over $7.7 billion) experiment is to recreate the conditions that existed a fraction of a second after the Big Bang - the birth of the universe - and provide vital clues to the building blocks of life.
It will track the spray of particles thrown out by collisions in a search for the elusive Higgs Boson, a theoretical entity that supposedly lends weight, or mass, to the elementary particles. So important is this mysterious substance that it has been called the "God Particle".
Scientists also hope to shed some light on the invisible material that exists between particles - dubbed "dark matter" as no one knows what it really is - which make up most of the universe.
But a handful of scientists believe that the experiment could create a shower of unstable black holes that could "eat" the planet from within, and they are launching last-ditch efforts to halt it in the courts.
One of them, Otto Rossler, a retired German chemist, said he feared the experiment may create a devastating - a mass of energy fuelled by black holes - inside the earth. Jets emanating from it would grow and catastrophes such as earthquakes and tsunamis would occur at the points they emerged from the earth.
"The weather will change completely, wiping out life, and very soon the whole planet will be eaten in a magnificent scenario - if you could watch it from the moon. A Biblical Armageddon. Even cloud and fire will form, as it says in the Bible."
He said that attempts were still being made in the European Court of Human Rights to halt the experiment on the grounds that it violated the right to life. The court has, however, already rejected calls for a temporary delay in the project.
Walter Wagner, an American scientist who has been warning about the dangers of particle accelerators for 20 years, is awaiting a ruling on a lawsuit he filed a fortnight ago in his home state of
Evans, however, is dismissive of the "doom-mongers".
"There are thousands of scientists around the world who have been preparing this machine and they know what they are talking about, unlike these guys," he is quoted as saying in the Daily Mail.