Written by: https://twitter.com/NickHintonn?s=20
Where is somewhere over the rainbow? According to Dorthy from the Wizard of Oz, it’s somewhere where dreams come true. According to others, it’s where you find gold, or where your pets go when they die. The rainbow seems to represent a threshold between here and a magical world.
In Norse mythology, Bifröst is a rainbow bridge that reaches between Earth and Asgard. It’s said that during the end of days, giants will cross the bridge to storm the realm of the gods and slay them. While this sounds like fiction, I believe it could represent something real.
Scientists at CERN are currently trying to detect what they call rainbow gravity. This is where different wavelengths of light experience different gravity levels. The phenomenon is theorized to be found inside black holes.
This is interesting because some scientists say black holes may be wormholes to parallel universes. Wormholes are also called Einstein–Rosen bridges. Perhaps wormholes act like a rainbow bridge. Perhaps going through one is going somewhere over the rainbow.
Ironically, rainbow gravity works similar to a prism, like the one shown on the cover of Dark Side of the Moon, an album famous for its synchronistic relationship with the Wizard of Oz.
Scientists at CERN have said they are trying to create wormholes and mini black holes. I find these concepts very similar to the idea of the rabbit hole popularized by Alice in Wonderland. Coincidentally, there is a machine at CERN named ALICE.
Physicists tell us backward time travel may be possible by utilizing black holes or wormholes. For this reason, the technology at CERN reminds of the mirror Alice steps through in the second Wonderland novel. It takes her to a world where everything works backwards.
Strangely enough, scientists recently discovered evidence of a mirror universe in Antarctica where the laws of physics run opposite to ours, just like in Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll. If the ice there continues to melt, one has to wonder what we’ll uncover.
Many occultists believe mirrors have magical properties and can be used as portals. John Dee, one of the most famous occultists to ever live, supposedly invented a mirror that let him see into the spirit world. Dee was a mathematician, inventor, and Queen Elizabeth’s astrologer.
It’s believed by some that Dee was using his magic mirror to spy on spirits for the queen. He used to sign all his letters to her with the magical number 007. This is actually the true inspiration behind the fictional spy James Bond.
The character was created by Ian Fleming, a naval intelligence officer who was known to work with Aleister Crowley, another famous occultist. John Dee’s findings in the spirit world laid the foundation for Crowley’s magical workings, and he went on to start his own movement.
One of the most notable members of Crowley’s movement was Jack Parsons, the co-founder of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. He was the inspiration behind a character in a novel named Gravity’s Rainbow.
While he is celebrated by some, others find what he practiced disturbing. In 1946 he took part in a series of sex magic rituals known as the Babalon Working. According to conspiracy theorists, this opened a portal allowing interdimensional beings access to Earth.
Oddly enough, one year later, the world’s most famous UFO incident occurred in Roswell, New Mexico. This was also the same time period that many people started reporting seeing Gray aliens, which look very similar to Lam, an entity Crowley claimed to have contacted in 1917.
But despite Parsons’ strange behavior, he indirectly led NASA to send the Apollo astronauts to the Moon in 1969. Because of his contributions, NASA named a crater after him. Ironically, it’s on the dark side of the moon, like the name of the album mentioned earlier.
It seems the moon and the rainbow bridge are synchronistically linked. CERN scientist James Beacham proposed that in the far off future, humans should construct a massive particle collider around the circumference of the moon.
However, the rainbow bridge itself seems to have a synchronistic connection with the tesseract. The tesseract, or four dimensional cube, seems to be everywhere in pop culture lately. It also seems to always be associated with wormholes and black holes.
In The OA, a scientist uses a cube to travel between parallel universes. In A Wrinkle in Time, a tesseract is used to fold space-time so the protagonists can travel faster than light. In both Interstellar and Adventure Time, a tesseract is found at the bottom of a black hole.
In the Marvel movies, Thor and Loki use a tesseract to transport themselves to Asgard, the realm of the gods. They also use it to repair a rainbow bridge, which is based on the myth of Bifröst. The tesseract is also placed in a machine that looks a lot like CERN.
Symbolically speaking, CERN is the rainbow bridge. CERN scientists are using a particle collider to look for any signs of a “rainbow universe,” or in other words, a universe with no Big Bang, no beginning. One that appears to have existed for all of time.
CERN scientists have been trying to prove if “mini black holes lie at the end of a rainbow.” The answer to this question is still fuzzy, but what if they do? Physicists have recently discovered that the spacetime around a black hole behaves like a quantum computer.
Have we already found the end of the rainbow? Were we sucked into a “quantum computer?” If you’ve read my other threads you know I believe we entered a new reality on July 4th 2012. But I’m starting to think this phenomenon could be happening more often than I previously thought.
But what would a reality created inside a quantum computer look like? Would existence be five dimensional, allowing one to navigate many different timelines, like the characters trapped inside a tesseract in Cube 2: Hypercube? If you haven’t seen this movie I highly recommend it.
So is it possible there’s been a shift in how our reality works? Is it possible we once existed in one world, but now exist in many? Perhaps this is the true meaning of the biblical “New Heavens and New Earth.” Perhaps reality has become more fluid in the Age of Aquarius.
In our new Aquarian world, where sea levels are rising and people feel they are drowning in a sea of information, there is still hope. I really do believe we are approaching somewhere over the rainbow, a new magical world, the rainbow universe.
In Norse mythology, Ragnarök is a prophecy about the destruction of the world that occurs once the giants decide to cross the rainbow bridge to slaughter the gods. After the gruesome battle, the remains of the world sink into the sea and a new one is born. Thanks for reading.