ALMA - World’s Biggest Radio Telescope Opens Eyes in the Chilean Atacama
“But why spend so much time and money (ALMA alone cost $1.3 billion) building these telescopes? Modern physics was born when Copernicus, Kepler, Galileo, and Newton looked skyward to ponder celestial motions. Similarly, while we study high energy physics in particle accelerators like the Large Hadron Collider—our Earth-bound accelerators will never match the high energy physics lab directly overhead. We need only keep looking up—and augment our eyes with a supercomputer or two!”
The article also mentions Contact, the Carl Sagan film where the search was for ET as in SETI, which featured similar radio telescopes. SETI had a Project Phoenix. Phoenix. That's a reference to the feathered serpent.
Deep in that same Atacama desert in Chile, a giant hand emerges from the sand. Resting about 70 kilometers to the south of Antofagasta, “Mano de Desierto,” “The Hand of the Desert” is a work of the Chilean sculptor Mario Irarrázabal. As you should know, the giants are buried in the earth, appointed to rise again, and raising them is of great interest to those who worship the feathered serpent, who must come first
Add this exhibit to others of the “hands up people” kind I've been mentioning.
The sculpture was inaugurated on March 28, 1992, yes, there's that word again, for the diviners of ancient Rome.
The hand may be found at an altitude of 1,100 meters above sea level, and the sculpture stands 11 meters tall. If these numbers seem familiar, the structures at the Hoover Dam form an 11 and 11.
I had a sign given to me a couple years ago that featured an 11 and 11 in two columns of rolled copper pennies. That was given to me on Yom Kippur, the day when the High Priest once had an annual meeting with the sovereign God in the Holy of Holies in Jerusalem. I was studying bells at the time, objects that the High priest wore on his garments while he accessed that place to meet with our extra-dimensional God.
I'm just logging some observations here while on watch during the Pesah and Hag HaMatzot. Blessings in Y'shua! Bob