Rabelais said:I am DD in that session.
Congratulation for your successful mission! It really sounded like a James Bond movie. How exciting and scary it must have been.
He had a mine on Palomar which yielded up a variety of semi-precious gemstones which were fashioned as the movement jewels in the clock. I am wondering if any of these minerals have 4D applications, particularly tourmaline which seems to be in abundance in the mountain.
This about tourmaline:
"Tourmaline is an extremely important mineral whose significance goes well beyond being another attractive mineral. Tourmaline gives information on the thermal and fluid history of rocks in which it develops, is intimately associated with some of the world's premier metallic ore deposits, retains chemical signatures of the sources of tourmaline detritus in clastic rocks, yields isotopic evidence for the environmental sources of the boron that makes up tourmaline, is an extremely critical link in the boron cycle on the Earth and has many other useful petrogenetic features."
Tourmaline also has specific properties as far as emissivity is concerned. It was used in the first top of the range far infrared blankets in order to transform heat in far infrared radiations. Now space technology carbon has replaced tourmaline because it's cheaper.
Tourmaline is also an effective negative ions generator that why it's used in electric hair straightener.
If I correctly remember the Cs mentioned somewhere they were communicating through far infrared.
Are there tourmaline ressources linked to some special kind of communication happening in Palomar? I don't know. But in The Stargate Conspiracy, communication with alien and with Orion double star was described as one of Crowley's (and its temple located at Mount Palomar) main objective.
Also I found this "oddity" with regard to the dimensions of the main observatory's dome architecture:
"The finished dome is 41 meters (135 feet) tall, 42 meters (137 feet) in diameter. It is a remarkable coincidence that these dimensions are similar to those of the Pantheon in Rome."
It's funny that the Caltech University website feels obliged to state that it is a coïncidence.
Actually the Pantheon dome also inspired the Capitol in Washington or the Great Dome at MIT
I'm wondering if it could be a marker for underground / surface, 3D / 4D interfaces.
Apparently the Pantheon dome in Rome was structurally weak so engineers decided to light it up by drilling a hole in the middle and this hole is called the "Great eye", a not so subtle Masonic/ancient Egypt reference
One last thing about Rome and Washington domes. They both had a statue of Proserpine at the top and are under her patronage.
_http://www.bibleetnombres.online.fr/911_h.htm said:Proserpine, ancient Greek-Roman wheat goddess, who became the goddess of the psyche and the soul is, because of her status, the owner of the whole building she's crowning, that is the Capitol where the US Congress is located. It was renamed "Statue de la Liberté" (with the US meaning of "Freedom" and not "Liberty")
According to the Greek mythology, [...] Proserpine had been kidnapped by Hades, the son of Saturn, and she rules...since she married him, as a queen in the kingdom of the shadows, that is on the underground hellish worlds
Using a satellite view mapper, it appears that the monastery is still there. We took the restricted road south from the main observatory, but didn't make it all the way around the bend to the monastery. You can get a pretty good look at the whole property here... input these coordinates N 33.35414 W 116.86068 That is dead center on the monastery. It appears to still be in use as cars are in the parking lot.
Yes apparently it's used as a restaurant and a hotel for visiting researchers.
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