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Friday, May 19, 2017

A look at my 2014 DEEP post on Saturn, the Cassini kamikaze mission...and what i refer to as proj lucy

enjoy!



The Cassini mission is to last 11 years.  This robotic spacecraft is powered by sufficient plutonium to do some major damage. According to numerology, 11 is the elite number,,, playing second fiddle to only one number... 1111.

Entry Saturnalia:  June 2004
Mission Sacrifice Date: July 2015

Start of mission
Launch dateOctober 15, 1997, 08:43:00 UTC
Alternative Mission Timing - This information is extremely sensitive,,, as it will represent an important date... most optimally to coincide with either an equinox, and eclipse, a full moon, or a blood moon.
Mission durationElapsed:
17 years and 28 days from launch
10 years and 28 days at Saturn

En route: 7 years
Primary mission: 4 years
Extended missions:
 Equinox: 2 years
 Solstice: 3 years elapsed
Expected end of life: 2017


Important fact - Galileo detonated 47 lbs of plutonium ["pluto"] 238.Cassini is carrying 73 lbsof pluto, with 15% of it Pluto 239- the nuke pluto.  This is not good.  Almost double the payloader - with spiked plutonium... wtf?!  They state that pluto has become almost impossible to find,a scarece resource.  The more we advance, the more sinister this becomes. Let's see some of the images Cassini is capturing.

So we have one year left of surveillance.  Cassini takes pics of not only Saturn , but of its many moons.  Here's a look at some of her work:


TITAN- This is the moon that most accurately correlates to Earth.  Plan Saturn Vorsix involves detonating the Cassini Orbiter into Saturn, which will create enough heat to thaw TITAN, making it inhabitable.

Let's have a look at the landscape of the Cassini orbiter's project:


This slide show offers multiple images of the area... this scared area worshipped by satan's followers??


As we can see, of the 31 moons Saturn has in tow, Titan is the biggest ( top image shows relative size, where the bottom pic shows exact location from the great planet).  In addition, and this yields an acceptable level of credence to the Vorsix plan, Titan is safely located the furthest away from the planet... a safe distance.  Interesting to note - along with Titan and Pheobe, Iapetus is also located furthest away - and this moon exhibits unusual traits - characteristics that lend itself to possibly being a space station since it has a wall as its equator, and it appears to have the exact features of....the death star.

Let's move on...


Close-up image of Rhea's surface
[Click to zoom in, and resume slide show]


If we were to advance toward Saturn, Rhea is the next moon furthest from the most distant set of moons described above. (Titan, Hyperion, Iapteus, Pheobe; Micke Rourke's  character in "The Immortals" is King Hyperion.  Everything about Saturn is worshipped by the elite in hwood)

Project Lucifer is the plan to explode a planet and create a star,,, one with enough power to give us sun...a second sun.  24 hours of sun!!!



After Tethys, the next planet inward is Enceladus, shown here close-up, courtesy of Cassini.



PROJECT LUCIFER was first attempted with Jupiter when they tried to explode its own orbiter, Galileo, also equipped with plutonium, into the Jovia system in 2003.  After its 14 year mission, the plutonium loaded space craft was sent crashing into Jupiter but, as it played out, there had been insufficient plutonium on board to get the job done.


The small circle on the left are Prometheus and Pan.  Interesting named moons!


The official statement - as to why they needed to send Galileo on a kamikaze mission was given as follows: "In order to avoid a collision with Jupiter's moon, Europa, the orbiter was directed into Jupiter for disintegration.  Europa is mostly frozen, and there may be life on it."

This is an amazing theory.  Do you think the same line of BULLSHIT (thought) will be used when it comes time to kamikaze Cassini? Ha!

Let's have a look at some of Cassini's snapshots of the sacred planet:



Ahh, see that little pixel? Earth!



Since Galileo required additional plutonium (which also serves as its power source) to do the job right, many in the space community have noted that Cassini is packed with an enormous amount of plutonium, sufficient to take care of business, and erupt the planet.



A look at the blue hue up north.  That huge moon we see is - yes, you guessed it - Earth II - a/k/a TITAN




Many questions remain, let's examine this.  We fast forward in time to July , 2015.  The 11 year mission is up.  Preparations at home have been completed, as they have had ( most likely the elite, the 1%, the ILLUMINATI) 11 long years to complete the underground excavation that began with the Galileo mission back in 1989.  The date arrives, and after activation, Cassini is sent on its Kamikaze collision course with Saturn.

Saturn offers two excellent entry points.  Where to enter ?   The north pole or the south?




Here's a look at its South Pole - the eye! CBS uses this as its logo.  How did they know? Something strange is going on.




The honeycomb, volatile, hexagon north pole. This is also what a 3D cube looks like.  So sacred this image/// could it be because they know what is going to happen?



Clearly, we can see that the team has a difficult task ahead of them - with Cassini's help, they will obtain the information the need to determine which pole will permit the most devastation.  While the south looks like a nice small, concentrated sweet spot, the North pole looks aggravating, and it appears that any slight disturbance could trigger some major damage.  I would go north!

Day 1:  Okay, let's say north it is.  The explosion is ignited and the plant explodes.  News programs everywhere carry it ( we would hope in a timely manner, but I doubt that).  Let's say it would take three months, most accurately for the debris to arrive here on earth, in the form of a catastrophic, meteor storm from hell.  This marring disturbance will most likely be withheld from the public for a month, giving the elite 30 days advance notice so they can make their preparations.

Day 32:  While the elite scramble to their regional underground bunker cities, and decide whether or not to have a hot tub or play basketball. All is well for them as they have already secured their items of wealth and power.  Us?  This is what we will be doing... the rest of us will be at the will of the local traffic light... watching it... as we find ourselves in the worst traffic of our lives... we observe the light going from green to red... with  the car not advancing one centimeter.

Well,the story doesn't get much brighter from here, folks.  With meteors the size of a house slamming into earth, one would need to be a long way underground before they can breathe easy. It is frightening to think about.

Day 45: Okay, so we have 45 days to go, and at least we can enjoy the second sun!  So wonderful, they even named it Lucifer  (the light bearer) after Satan!  All of Satan's followers meet at the local Free Mason lodge and party it up.

Not to far from Lucifer, Titan can be observed beginning its long awaited thaw.  VorSix has been activated.  The elite drool at the though of all the gold and platinum still resting undiscovered on Titan.  The greed bastards do what they do best-



With Lucy lit, Titan will thaw out nicely, like a fresh porterhouse steak.  This will fill the seas, and clear the shores.


The development team begins its plan to explore Titan.  Elite lotteries, of all exotic types are conducted by the elite as they bid on land, rights, and play games of chance to secure space on the new earth.  Depending upon the collateral damage caused by the remains of Saturn, who knows how bad Earth I will end up.





The gerrymandering begins...on Titan... Earth II.  Tons of natural resources await... the grand plan of the illuminati has finally arrived... it is now... the turn of the tide... (wink)




EPILOGUE
Day 60:  Alas, the meteors have begun to strike.  Depending upon the earths rotation, one side of the planet will consume most of it, as the other side endures a slow roll, into hell, slowly revolving either toward the mayhem, or away.
With Project Lucifer one year away my friends, I can only hope the didn't pack enough Pluto into Cassini.  July, 2015... 7+2+0+1+5 =15=1+5=6, or 7x2+0+1+5=8)=56, or 11.  There is a bit of conflict as to when the exact termination date... realistically the can do this whenever the want.  If you check the cassini website, the state the next visit is Titan,,, and that is ion 30 days, so perhaps they are conducting one last lap???
We have one year... it is fun to think about how much more progressive this planet will be with two suns... sure perhaps Lucifer will not be as bright as the Sun, but to have 24 hours of sunlight... let's just say those solar stocks would be a good investment!
I am trying to end this on a positive note, and the only way to do that is to point out that the Illuminati do not have any interest in our interests, they will seek the advancement of the 1%, so let's stand up and fight them, for if Project Lucifer is realized... we will no longer be here... and most certainly will not be on the next ship to Titan.
Love ya,
-The Webmaster G

I wrote this for a film blog in 2013- they wanted my top comedie of the 80's. After they read it they rejected the list citiiiing the absence of ghostbusters and back to the future.....you decide...is this a good list?



Top TenHighest Ranking Comedies Released in the Eighties

Ever notice how poor in quality the comedy genre has become over the past fifteen years?  We have observed a steady decline in film caliber, and it appears to have become a consistent, reliable fact that no matter who the studios shuffle around, the funny films fail.   Think about a bunch of recent comedy films:  The Dilemma, The Internship, Delivery Man.  Could all hope be lost?
Back in the 80’s, even though a majority of comedies were derived from a high school setting, there had been a treasure chest full of high quality, intelligent, excellent films. It is time to find out the results of a competition which matched up the best versus the best during this gilded era of comedy motion picture. 
Here’s a look:
Points have been accumulated using a complex formula representing a function of: 
*      Frequency of Laughs
*      Performances by Cast
*      Quality of Overall Film, and its
*      Staying power over the years
This had been a crowded pool of entries.  With Michael Keaton having two submissions (Mr. Mom and Gung Ho) it reminded everyone of his valuable contributions in the eighties.  Mel Brooks had a few entries, and there were many others to choose from.  Honorable Mention is listed below. Using this advanced, technical practice employing a complex scoring program we are proud to submit to you: the BEST FUNNY FILMS of the 80’s.

HONORABLE MENTION:  While these films scored high, it is simply further evidence of how the comedy genre during this time had been saturated with many, many great films.
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,  Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Spinal Tap, Police Academy, The Princess Bride, The War of the Roses,  Big, Fast Times at Ridgemont High, A Christmas Story, Trading Places, Coming to America, Bachelor Party, Weird Science, Spaceballs, A Fish Called Wanda, and Uncle Buck.
Now, THE TOP TEN…




T I E
10.  National Lampoon’s European Vacation  (1985)
                This chapter of the Griswold’s adventures edged out Christmas Vacation simply due to the enjoyment of watching Clark try to maneuver across Europe without incident.  The scene in France where the French Waiter curses Clark out while commenting on his wife and daughters t and a is one of the best moments ever within cinema’s comedy realm.  This film’s score could only achieve #10 due to the absence of cousin Eddie.  Other noteworthy moments include the Pig in a Poke game show,  Eric Idle’s appearances, the German beer festival brawl, and the Griswold’s showing up at a completely random strangers house in Germany – incorrectly assuming they are related.  This plus much more earns European Vacation the number ten slot.

10.  National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989)
                Things get a little tight when a film has a limited location.  Outside of the supermarket, where Eddie buys five 50 pound bags of dog kibble, and the tree hunt that kicks off the film, most of this masterpiece is set at the Griswold house.  Let’s not forget when Clark meets Merry at the Mall.
[Lingerie Kiosk]
“Tis the season to be Merry!” Clark exclaims
“Well, that’s my name!” she replies
“No shit.”
Merry draws closer… “Can I take something out for you?”

There’s a reason the networks bid for the five year contract that gives them the rights to run the film each holiday season.  It doesn’t get much better than this film ( in the 80’s)… but here are those films that are:

9.  Better Off Dead (1985)
                John Cusack’s early work enabled him to become a well respected lifer within the film business.  Even though he received top billing for “Hot Tub Time Machine,” a hilarious film where we see him in 80’s form, but quite average in his delivery) he is absent from its sequel.  Outside of 1408, and a few others, Cusack makes a lot of films.  He works almost as hard as Nic Cage.  Here, we have one of the greatest winter comedies ever as Blaine is joined by his sidekick Dudley Dawson (that’s right –booger), Ricky ( the sharp-dressing fat kid who lives next door), a cameo by Porky, and  the infamous paper boy looking for his “two dollars.”  A big score for this pleasure trip of a film… enough to break through the list to #9.

TIE FOR NUMBER 8
8.  Three O’Clock High (1985)
                It doesn’t got much more intelligent and innovative than Buddy Revell; the new kid who does not like to be touched.  This is one that builds off of the Nick Nolte, Ralph Macchio, Crispin Glover, Richard Mulligan comedy “Teachers,” but has many more laughs.  The premise  that  Buddy has a policy of fighting people (who touch him)after school, at 3:00 is genius.   In this film, we catch a glimpse of just one of those days and it is a great ride.

8.  Club Paradise (1986)
                Yes, there is much truth to the statement that a top ten list of this type without a Robin Williams film would be suspect.  Well, here it is – one of the best tropical island comedies you will ever see and the only reason why it scored so high is due to the performances of Rick Moranis ( now retired) and Eugene Levy. Both are at their best in this film as they play Barry and Barry – two singles guys down there for one purpose and one purpose only – the ladies.  They steal every scene and their characters probably represent the funniest duo in film – ever.  While a plot involving local civil unrest, and mundane events absorbs some screen time, but Barry and Barry keep this film in top form. One of the the more funnier films plus a good soundtrack from Jimmy Cliff.


7.  The Naked Gun (1988)
                No list of this genre carries viability without at least one Leslie Nielson film.  This comedy spent some time at the #1 slot, but has declined over time due to the diluted effects of its sequels.  Still, a formidable comedy not to be dismissed, Naked Gun scored high enough to secure the seven slot.


6.  Airplane!  (1980)
                Leslie Nielson is back and Airplane represents a pioneer  – especially for 1980.  When you isolate a film’s setting to an airplane one of two things can happen – the very bad, or the very funny.  Airplane will always represent a great comedy worth watching anytime.

5.  Caddyshack (1980)
                With Ted Knight, Chevy Chase, Rodney Dangerfield, and Bill Murray it will comfort many to know that this film spent a significant amount of time in the #1 slot.  It is one of the best – and Bill Murray’s performance is only marginally better than Dangerfield’s, who gives one of the greatest comedic performances  ever. 
Ted Knight’s performance reveals an importance loss to film as his character really brought this film together.

[Judge Smails on the tee]
“Hey, a hundred bucks you slice right into the woods!” Dangerfield’s Al Czervik snaps as he waits unpatiently for the judge to work through his lengthy pre-shot rteoutine.
“Gambling is illegal at Bushwood, sir, and I never slice,” he replies just before slicing the hell out of the ball into the trees.


It would take movie magic to beat Caddyshack in a comedy completion - almost impossible to do.  With four films remaining one thing is certain, the eighties had been a great time for comedies.


4.  National Lampoon’s Vacation (1983)
                “Whattya say, Clark, could ya spare a little, extra cash?”  Eddie is on board in this version, the first and best of the Vacation films.  From the very first scene, when Eugene Levy sells Clark the Wagon Queen Fanily Truckster, on to when Clark asks for Directions in an urban neighborhood, this comedy is unmatchable.  Hundreds of road trip films have tried to come close, and they have all failed.  Cousin Eddie’s performance here is trumped only by what he does in Christmas Vacation.  John Candy also shows up at the end and taken all together – this film’s scores reach paramount highs due its effective flow and pace.  Let’s not forget Christie Brinkley, whose appearances in this film always bring a smile.

3.  Summer Rental (1985)
                Candy makes Chevy Chase look like an amateur here – as he takes his family down to Florida and runs into a hilarious elitist Al Pellet, played by Richard Crenna.  Crenna turned in another trademark performance as Phil Brody in The Flamingo Kid, but here, Crenna performed some of his best work serving as the film’s effective antagonist.  Candy learns about sunburn, the politics of reservations at the lobster inn, sailing, and last but not least, the beach.  When they finally settle in, Candy’s rental, a place where he yearns for peace and quiet, is located next door to a guy building a deck and using an electric saw all day.  There are too many quotes to mention here, but some of the best include: 

“Oh, don’t worry,  it’s just kibble,”  Candy assures the correct owner of 315 Beach Lane after thirty pounds of dog food hits the floor.

{The Restaurant]
“Why don’t we all have the lobster!” Crenna decides as his order empties the lobster tank.
“Don’t serve these.  You got my table –you’re not getting my lobsters,” Candy says.
“Oh, this is your table, and these are your lobsters? “ Crenna continues as he and Candy face-off for the first time.

John Candy at his best here and the film peaks when he hits the packed beach with cooler in tow.  With Summer Rental coming in at number three, two of the best remain.


2.  Back to School (1986)
                “You rememeber Jimmy Pitso?  He had an ugly wife, three ugly kids, and great coffee,” Thornton Mellon remarks after avoiding at ticket for raiding the sorority house showers.
 Lines like these are littered throughout one of the smartest comedies ever made.  Sam Kinnison’s performance cannot be surpassed.  Kinnison’s Professor Turgeson boosts this film clear to number 2.  We know that Dangerfield has acted in many films, he even worked with Oliver Stone in trying to gain a nomination for his role in “Natural Born Killers.”  This would have given Rodney a ticket into the Academy, a goal of his.  Back To School remains one of the most intelligent comedies ever and the original story of a guy like Mellon going back to school could only work with someone like Rodney.  Nothing even close has been attempted by the industry because studio chiefs know it would be impossible to try with success. Oingo Boingo sings “Dead Man’s Party,” and we get them performing it during a laugh-filled college party scene.  Robert Downey Jr. has one of the best lines – when he encounters everyone favorite 80’s villain (Johnny from Karate Kid, Billy Zabka, playing Chas Osborne here):
During registration Chas tries to cut in with Mallory.
“You guys mind if I cut in. Mellon…buddy?” Chas assumingly inquires.
Holding out his arm, Derek Lutz, played by Downey, Jr., interjects with:
“Uh, I don’t think so Osborne.  Maybe if you got a note from every single person on line, then maybe we’d consider it.  Until then, take a hike you elitist fraternity scumbag.”
Burt Young plays his best role since “Amityville Horror II.”  As Lou, Thornton Mellon’s driver and muscle.
“You know, ya father loves ya kid,” he explains to the younger Mellon.  I had two kids of my own.  I put one kid through college, the other one I put through the wall.”
Young’s character Lou has many more good lines to contribute.
Let’s not forget when Mellon introduces the economics class to his experiences in the real world:
 “Then you have to handle other costs, like waste disposal.  I am not sure if you are familiar with who handles that business, but I’ll assure you, it’s not the boy scouts,” hs says in a reference to the mafia’s control of waste disposal during the eighties.
Back to School will be one of the anchors that 80’s will need when we match up the best 80’s comedies versus the 70’s and 90’s and on.  There’s only one film funnier than Back to School… and in order to be better than this comedy, it would have to really be funny.



 Revenge of the Nerds (1984)
First off, John Goodman’s role as Coach Harris deserved an Oscar nomination in this picture.  The reason this film scored so high is due to the wealth of its cast, and the massive work exhibited by Goodman, Booger, Ogre, and the rest of the Lamda Lamda Lamda roster.  Goodman’s performance here involves real laughs each time he’s on screen.
“Cut the social bullshit, and grab a cot!”
“When your father looked down at you, he said, some day my son will grow to be a man. Well look at you now…
“The key to the season is homecoming…we win homecoming, we get the alumni support, we get the alumni support, we take league, we take league, we get a bowl bid…”
“Shit, we forgot to practice.”
Similar to Back to School, we have a higher academia based film ( college).  Nerds explores more of the out of the classroom moments.  Let’s not forget the nerds themselves:

“I’ve been out combing the high schools all day,” Booger states describing his search for a date.
“Hey guys, wonderjoints,” replies Booger as he introduces the party to its next level of fun.
Who can forget takashi playing cards with Booger.
“No, that’s no good. See, ya got too many kings.  Let’s take three of these kings away… and give you 3 fresh new cards,” booger says.
“Ahh, thankyouverymuch.”
I can go on and on… and don’t get me started on NERDS II.


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