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Is our planet at the center of EVERYTHING?
by: Robert Sungenis
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Have I got
some news for you!
I’m sure you have
all followed the story that was made popular for common consumption by our
movie, The Principle, that the universe is not as homogeneous
as the Big Bang model predicts.
If this doesn’t mean
much to you, let me give you an illustration that will help you see the
astounding significance of this phenomenon.
“homogeneous” as you would homogenized milk. Before
most of you were born, I remember receiving, at my humble home in New
Jersey, milk in glass bottles from the milkman who delivered them every day
from his truck. When we opened the milk container, it had a layer of milk
fat on the top, and sometimes there were lumps of fat throughout the
container. We had to shake up the milk so that the fat would dissolve. A
few years later, milk companies figured out how to “homogenize” the milk so
that when they delivered it to you it had no fat globules. The fat was
evenly distributed so that you couldn’t tell one part of the milk from the
The Big Bang wants
to have something like homogenized milk. The Big Bangers believe that the
tiny particle that exploded 13.7 years ago would spread fairly evenly
through the universe. The universe would certainly have some fatty lumps,
but since they would be small and spread out evenly, one couldn’t tell one
part of the universe from the other. In other words, the universe would be
homogeneous—the same everywhere.
But in the late 1970s, scientists were gathering evidence in their
telescopes that the universe was not as homogenized as they once thought.
So they sent up a space probe named COBE in 1990
to check on this problem. Lo and behold, COBE
revealed that there were not only huge lumps of radiation all over the
universe, but these lumps accumulated in specific places. In other words,
the lumps weren’t randomly located as the fatty lumps in the old milk
cartons. They were on either side of a giant line that stretched from one
end of the universe to the other. It would be as if you put a 12 inch ruler
in your milk carton and the fatty milk deposits suddenly started clinging
to the ruler.
scientists couldn’t believe their eyes, so they sent up another probe to check
on the first. The second one was launched in 2001 and named the Wilkinson
Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP). The word
“anisotropy” basically means “lumps.” WMAP was
going to search out where, exactly, the radiation lumps were located in the
Lo and behold, WMAP came back with the exact same information as COBE, but this time they realized that the “12 inch
ruler” around which the fatty lumps organized themselves, as it were, was
the line that forms the 23.5 degree tilt between the sun and the earth!
If you haven’t
figured it out already, this puts the Earth in the center of the universe.
It was so uninviting to the science establishment that they dubbed our “12
inch ruler” the “Axis of Evil.”
They also found
another special organization of two bigger lumps on opposite poles of the
earth’s equator. In other words, if we were to extend the earth’s equator
on a plane to the rest of the universe, the two largest lumps of radiation
would be at opposite ends, which form a dipole, one lump at the far west
and one lump at the far east, so to speak.
Once again, they
couldn’t believe their eyes, so they sent up another probe in 2009 named
Planck. Lo and behold, the Planck probe came back with the same
information, but it was clearer and more exact than the first two.
There is an old
saying in America: “Three strikes and you’re out!” This should have been
the case with the Big Bang theory. But then, of course, all of modern
academia would have come to a screeching halt. All the diplomas, all the
grants and endowments, all the prestigious careers, and all the fame and
fortune that comes with being a popular scientist would have been erased if
all the scientists actually admitted what they were seeing in their
telescopes. Instead, the most recent reports chalk up the new discoveries
to “anomalies that we hope to answer someday” (a quote from the European
Space Agency that sent up Planck in 2009).
In fact, these
scientists don’t even call it the “Axis of Evil” any longer, since that
name gives it away that they don’t like what they see.
But this is not all.
At about the same time as WMAP, other scientists
noticed that spiral galaxies were aligned and were spinning with respect to
the same Axis of Evil. (Longo, 2007).
scientists were studying the placement of Quasars in the universe and found
that their light was polarized with respect to the same Axis of Evil. In
this case, a research team, using the Very Large Telescope in Chile,
discovered 93 of these polarized quasars, spanning distances over billions
of light-years. The first thing they noticed was that the rotation axes of
all 93 quasars were aligned with each other [parallel], in spite of the
trillions of miles of distance between them.
So, the natural
question is, how do these 93 quasars know of each other’s existence in
order to line up in the same direction? What telephone lines are they using
to communicate with each other instantaneously?
The even bigger
question is, around what are they aligning themselves? Could it be the same
Axis of Evil that everything else in the universe seems to be aligning
itself? Well, for you science buffs, we have some interesting information
for you. In the September 2014 paper by Hutsemékers,
the section of the sky in which he concludes that the quasar polarization
axes are parallel or perpendicular to their large scale background is
between RA 160-170 and declination of 4-20.
Guess what? The Axis
of Evil is about RA 172 and declination 4, which puts the quasar
polarization right smack in the same vicinity. Coincidence? Let’s hear from
an article recently written about it. It says:
alignments aren’t something that happens randomly. The research team
estimates a less than one percent chance that these alignments are
accidental. Instead, this alignment suggests that there is an order to the
Universe that we’re just discovering. ‘The alignments in the new data, on
scales even bigger than current predictions from simulations, may be a hint
that there is a missing ingredient in our current models of the cosmos,’
And note this
astounding statement. Hutsemékers says at the
very end of his paper:
“The existence of
correlations in quasar axes over such extreme scales would constitute a
serious anomaly for the cosmological principle.”
I should say so! If
you haven’t figured it out already, what this evidence is telling us is
that all the objects in the universe are geocentrically oriented, putting
us in the center of it all.
And Now the Axis of
Evil’s Has Another Brother!
Just a few days ago
a report was released about black holes, which are understood to be the
engines of quasars. It is believed that a black hole is at the center of
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