Finding the God’s Particle

The amount of information given in the Vedas are staggering, specially now when the modern science as it advances only seem to confirm what is already written thousands of years ago. It is about time that the world should begin to understand the use of symbol, most of the people are unaware of its occult usage.

In July of 1962 Aldous Huxley, came out with an interview stating the significance of the Dancing Shiva or “Nataraj” this Hindu God is said to be the reason behind the search for the God particle. Aldous Huxley was entirely convinced with this Hindu symbol pointing towards something greater in the Universe.

Shiva in the form of Nataraj
Shiva in the form of Nataraj

The Nataraj or Dancing Shiva, is the statue of Shiva dancing inside the circle of life, this circle symbolizes material life and everything made up of matter in the universe. One of the Shiva’s leg is upon a dwarf, who challenged Shiva in the form of ignorance. Challenged by the ignorance, Shiva through his dance manifested a universal field which was later studied by Huxley, and is known as Huxley Field. Later an Indian scientist Boson joined in the effort and help achieve the concept and paradigm of the “God’s Particle”.
Through this dance Shiva symbolized manifestation of matter into the universe. Which is the sole object of finding the ‘God Particle’ at the CERN laboratory, in a 27 kilometer long Large Hadron Collider.

lluminist Aldous Huxley provides a great deal of information about the Illuminatis real goal for mankind by destroying the old world and recreating society in their image.  Listen to this 1961 interview with Aldous Huxley (Illuminati Sweet Heart) discuss Shiva & what it symbolizes.  Of course Huxley couldn’t help but point out the short coming of Christian symbols in contrast.

As yet, there are no known immediate technological benefits ( revealed by the scientists ) of finding the Higgs particle. However, observers in both media and science point out that when fundamental discoveries are made about our world, their practical uses can take decades to emerge, but are often world-changing when they do. A common pattern for fundamental discoveries is for practical applications to follow later, once the discovery has been explored further, at which point they become the basis for social change and new technologies.