Sometimes it’s amusing to poke fun at conspiracy theorists. After all, most of them believe irrational stories with little to no evidence, and attempt to fit contrasting evidence to their theory – as opposed to actual scientists, who realise their theories could be wrong in the face of evidence to the contrary.
But in the case of NASA’s former Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar Mitchell, it’s actually a bit sad what has happened. Since he says he has returned from the Moon in 1971, he has spouted some increasingly bizarre conspiracy theories, mostly regarding aliens visiting Earth, and his latest is no different. He says that aliens came to Earth to prevent a nuclear war between the U.S. and the Soviet Union during the Cold War.
In the interview, he references the famous White Sands Missile Range facility in New Mexico, where the world’s first atomic bomb – Trinity – was tested on July 16, 1945. “White Sands was a testing ground for atomic weapons – and that’s what the extraterrestrials were interested in,” he said. “They wanted to know about our military capabilities. My own experience talking to people has made it clear the ETs had been attempting to keep us from going to war and help create peace on Earth.”
Arthur C. Clarke one of the greatest science fiction writers stated that “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” But what if we add a little wordplay to his statement and ask “what if magic is responsible for the creation of advanced technology?”
Those who are familiar with alchemy know about chaos and synergy, the idea of breaking something apart and then putting it back together again or the creation and destruction of primordial matter. It has been proposed many times that when the atomic bomb was detonated at the Trinity site in White Sands, New Mexico, it accomplished many things. Not only did it send the message to enemies that the USA have the ultimate weapon but perhaps to the magicians who hid behind the science that it was a “working” that channeled the power of the atomic bomb into the universe and that it animated what is now called the Homunculus.
There are many that do not know the meaning of what the Homunculus is.
Although science has made progress in and of the last century, there are numerous ethical issues that need to be addressed by the scientific community. One such issue is that of the creation of artificial life. For some, this is the logical progression of scientific knowledge; for others, this is a realm that should not be interfered with by human beings. Concepts relating to the creation of artificial life such as genetic engineering and human cloning are relatively modern scientific ideas.
In the past, however, it was in the field of alchemy that Medieval scientists sought to artificially create life. One of the beings that alchemists were purportedly able to create was the Homunculus, meaning ‘little man’ in Latin.
The purpose of the Homunculus was to be a servant of man and over time scientists and magicians have wanted to bring into the world a perfect servant whether it be natural or unnatural.
To the Kabbalists, the Homunculus was called the Golem, or a man made of clay. They compared the creation to breaking of a huge bottle where the flow of life began and man came into the world as a little version of himself, bald and sylph-like.
In the beginning of creation these little bald human-like beings would thrive in the Pre-Adamic world until biblical mankind arrived in Eden.
At the Trinity site, the scientists ordered that a 100-tonne bottle called Jumbo that it be brought in at a great expense in order to enclose the atomic bomb. However, it never was used for that purpose but it was placed a short distance from the explosion.
The bomb was detonated on the 33rd north parallel on 7/16/1945 – when you add the numbers of the date separately it adds up to 33. The bomb was later used on a Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The 33rd north parallel runs through both of these cities.
The 33rd President Harry S Truman, announced the news that the bomb had been detonated from the cruiser, USS Augusta, in the mid-Atlantic, saying that the device was more than 2,000 times more powerful than the largest bomb used at that time to date.
Many occult scholars have created the notion that in the realm of dark forces, a ritual performed at the 33rd parallel has more power than rituals performed elsewhere.
Dr. Robert Oppenheimer, the architect of the modern atomic bomb who was in charge of the Manhattan project was asked by a student after the Manhattan explosion, “How do you feel after having exploded the first atomic bomb on earth”. Oppenheimer’s reply for the question was, “not the first atomic bomb, but the first atomic bomb in modern times”. He strongly believed that nukes were used in ancient India. What made Oppenheimer believe that a nuclear war was the accurate description of the weapons used in the Mahabharata War in the Epic which match with that of modern nuclear weapons?
He was referring to something called the Brahmastra which was a weapon written about in ancient Sanskrit. According to ancient Sanskrit writings, the Brahmastra was a very powerful weapon that was created by the gods.
It had to be detonated in a certain area after a key phrase or invocation was given by the user of the weapon. Through this invocation the user could call upon the weapon and use it through a medium against an adversary.
The weapon was also believed to cause severe environmental damage. The land where the weapon was used became barren and all life in and around that area ceased to exist, as both men and women became infertile. There was also a severe decrease in rainfall with the land developing cracks, like in a drought. The Brahmastra is mentioned in the Epics and Vedas as a weapon of last resort and was never to be used in combat.
It was said that the weapon had the capability of burning the sky and that it would send a signal to call creation both above and below.
When Oppenheimer’s bomb was set off in New Mexico, Enrico Fermi offered wagers on “whether or not the bomb would ignite the atmosphere and cause a chain reaction, and if so, whether it would merely destroy New Mexico, destroy the world or even send a huge wave into space creating turbulence and maybe take out other planets.
It was Fermi that suggested that there are billions of stars in the galaxy that are similar to the Sun, and many of these stars are billions of years older than the Solar System.
With high probability, some of these stars have Earth-like planets, and if the Earth is typical, some may have developed intelligent life.
Fermi theorised that an explosion of great magnitude would signal possible alien races and that they could very well visit this planet to at least make note of the area where the bomb was first detonated.
Although many scientists would like to claim that the Fermi story is a myth, there was a definite concern that a thermonuclear reaction might trigger the fusion of nitrogen nuclei in the atmosphere causing a cascade effect.
In most UFO discussions there has always been the theory that perhaps the detonation of the nuclear bomb was a ritual and that it was used not only for war, but to signal the sylphs or homunculus to come to Earth in order to exchange technological advancements and perhaps share the secret of Artificial Intelligence.
Significantly, in 1947 there was a report of what has now been called a crashed saucer in Roswell, New Mexico. Not only is Roswell near the first test site at Trinity, but it also sits on the 33rd parallel.
Rocket scientist Jack Parsons had once said that he believed that the bottle at Trinity housed a golem. He claimed that it contained clay, placed in a sealed container with a variety of ingredients and that the scientists who were Kabbalists wanted to animate the primordial matter by alchemical means.
The ritual would signal a new age of creation and bring the world closer to creating artificial life.
It all sounds so unbelievable, I know but there seems to be some method to all of this alien, alchemical madness.
Emma Heffernan – Author – Full Moon Dragon – [email protected]