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Old 09-16-2008, 07:43 AM   #412
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Large Hadron Collider claims its first victim (plus have ritual suicides opened the Stargate?)

Looks like the world didn't end for all of us because of the Large Hadron Collider but it did for one poor girl:

A 17-year-old girl committed suicide in Madhya Pradesh's Rajgarh district fearing the end of the world in the most ambitious scientific experiment in Geneva to fathom the mysteries of creation, the police said Wednesday.

Chhaya, resident of Rajgarh district's Sarangpur town, consumed tablets of sulphas (an insecticide) Tuesday after watching news on TV channels about the Geneva experiment in which the world's largest collider will recreate conditions of the earliest universe.


One odd touch:

India has presented CERN with a huge bronze statue of Nataraja, Lord Shiva performing his dance of creation and destruction.


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This is very much like the boy who thought he caused 911 and the man who believes he is responsible for global warming. What's worse is that it doesn't make any sense - if the world died slowly there would be plenty of time to kill yourself before the end and if it all happened in the blink of an eye there would be no suffering (unless you think you'd be trapped just beyond the event horizon with your agony prolonged until the end of the universe, I suppose). Of course, sense is rarely a factor in such sad events.

Sense also seems to be rather lacking in the other, wilder story to emerge from the LHC going live. However, you'll have to read that below the fold.


Ritual suicides open the Stargate

The site WhatDoesitMean.com always manages to put a wild spin on the news, usually using some current event as a launchpad to a story which feels like it has crossed the line into fiction, usually using secret sources that are impossible to verify. As one might expect the LHC is no exception, so hold on to your hats (and turn your critical thinking motor up to 11):

A most strange FSB report is making its rounds in the Kremlin today that says over 20 US Soldiers from the United States Army’s 716th Military Police Battalion, 101st Airborne Division, tasked with providing security for the ancient Iraqi city of Babylon, and based in the Iraqi city of Hilla, have committed ‘mass suicide’ after their attempt to ‘link’ what is described as an ancient ‘stargate’ to CERN’s Large Hadron Collider, and which is about to begin one of the most controversial science experiments in human history, and as we can read.

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To the mass suicide of these US Soldiers we can also read as reported by Iran’s Press TV News Service:

“Iraqi security sources have revealed that 21 US troops had committed suicide inside a former Iraqi air force base 27 days ago, Fars News Agency reported on Monday.

According to the sources, the 21 troops were treated in a hospital but only five soldiers have survived and they are in a critical condition. Security officials said they used potent narcotics to kill themselves. "The bodies of the US troops became misshapen[in] such a way that they looked like 5000-year mummies," said a witness.”

It should be noted that Russian Intelligence Analysts have long reported on these Western Nations attempts to reestablish ‘contact’ with their ancient gods, and as we had previously reported on in our April 16, 2006 report, “Mysterious ‘Ritual’ Performed By United States Military Forces In Babylon Raises Concerns Of Muslim And Russian Orthodox Religious Leaders”, in which we had detailed the most true history of these peoples, and also issued a warning to them.

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Oh boy. It then goes on to discuss feathered serpents, Easter, mystic eggs and some other stuff that only seemed tangentially connected but you'll have tor read that for yourself. If you dare!!! Or if you can be bothered. Me? I think I'll wait until the DVD comes out.
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