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PAG e-NEWS 29 September 2010

We have what we seek. It is there all the time, and if we give it time, it will make itself known to us. –Thomas Merton
PAG e-NEWS: 29 September 2010
— questioning dogma, ideology, authority, reality, and whatever is left
   — peeking behind the curtain
   — thinking outside the program
   — looking below the surface       
   — lifting the veil
Published by Peter A. Gersten, Esq. (
Lucky my ass! Open your eyes; we are part of simulation – a holographic reality created specifically for us by another life form. The possibility that we created this for ourselves to experience physicality cannot be excluded but neither can the possibility that humans are part of an intergalactic zoo, a futuristic prison camp, a revolutionary method of treating mental illness or something even more bizarre. Simply stated, we are trapped in something we know very little about and most of that is most likely false. Death is the only way to escape, but we have no idea what happens after death. We continually see strange things in our skies but they remain unexplained although their explanation could tell us what we are part of. We have no memory of anything prior to arriving here and though our friends and family are instinctively familiar, we have no recollection of being together before this lifetime. And though we are shown photos of our solar system, galaxy, and Universe we cannot venture out there. So I ask you what is going on that we are not allowed to know?
Cosmic accidents: 10 lucky breaks for humanity
Yet something about our existence feels, well, special. From the ructions of the early cosmos to the growing pains of our planet and life’s daring evolutionary leaps, not everything about how we got here seems obvious, or even likely.
Black Strings: Black Holes With Extra Dimensions
Meet the Bizarro universe version of a black hole: a black string.
Around the Solar System
With dozens of spacecraft currently orbiting, roving or otherwise and traveling through our solar system, I thought it would be interesting to get a general snapshot in time, using images from NASA and ESA spacecraft near Mercury, Earth, the Moon, Mars, Saturn and a few in-transit to further destinations.

11:11 Invitation

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