Jupiter’s Role in our Planetary Protection
As fascinating as the planets in our own little solar system are, at one point it may have been very different. In this article it explains that Jupiter was not always in our solar system, it was attracted to our sun because of its mass. In Jupiter’s attraction, it has been surmised that its orbit may have taken out a few Earth-like planets that once existed here in the distant past.
However, in this destruction, it was the cataclysm for the creation of our Earth, Mars, Mercury, and Venus. Without Jupiter’s assertion into our system, we may not be here on this Earth at this time.
I have also watched a video that explains the protection that Jupiter has offered our planet from outside asteroids. It also seems to be a protector of the smaller planets that exist closer to the sun. With Jupiter being so large, it acts as a protective barrier between the inner planets and outside debris or space “stuff”.
World’s Happiest Countries
Having personally visited 5 out of the 10 ‘Happiest Countries in the world”, I would have to agree whole-heartedly with these choices. When I was in Amsterdam, Helsinki, Copenhagen, Stockholm, and various cities in Canada (I live very close to the border), one of the most predominant similarities was the demeanor of the locals.
They were very friendly, helpful, and had a joy in their heart for their place in the world. When I was on a bus tour in Stockholm, the tour guide had me convinced I would one day relocate to Sweden. The quality of life there sounds so tempting. They do have higher taxes, but college is 100% paid for, medical care is 100% paid for, and they have higher life expectancies. Another thing I found to be incredible was that when a child is born, both parents are paid (partial salary, but still paid) to stay home with their baby for an entire year. Also, if they were experiencing a situation where their child had a terminal illness, they are able to stay home until the child passes and still collect a paycheck.
Out of the 10 happiest countries, the United States was not even listed. I’m not sure how far down we are, but it’s apparent that we could be doing better if we looked to these countries as a standard for quality of life.
This study used to determine which countries made the list found that the countries where people were afforded free will in their personal decision making and had less corrupt governments tended to be happier. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to live in a place where there was abundant support in the “pursuit of happiness?” Most of us deal with minimal wages, very little time off, and miss out on raising our own children to survive or “get ahead” in life.
I feel that the countries that tend to be happier put a higher value families being able to spend time together and create stronger bonds. It seems almost an American custom to create a child who is independent, then we wonder why they abandon us when we are old. It’s all a balancing act; one that we could be doing a better job accomplishing.
The Large Hadron Collider and it’s Theory on Parallel Universes
The pursuit of explaining the Universe has been a dream of many for eons. The LHC (large hadron collider) went live in September of 2008 and has been involved in a number of experiments to help scientists explain theories of particle physics and high energy physics.
The intended purpose and use of this highly expensive and globally collaborative endeavor is to help answer questions such as, what the nature of dark matter is that accounts for about 27% of mass energy of the universe to the explanation and detection of extra dimensions.
I’m sure I’m not alone in the light worker side of being able to sense these other dimensions and understanding them on a level that relates to the energy of what we are as beings, but having science come to a point where they are able to prove the existence of other dimensions is amazing. There is much we seek to know about the Universe and science will only take us so far. Research has been able to take us leaps and bounds closer to understanding a fraction of what there is to know intellectually. There is so much more to know and to gain by allowing the Universe to tell you what you want to know.
CERN and the LHC has been a center of controversy from many people over the years. There are many people who seem to have a fear of the black holes they may be creating and the risk factors involved with carrying out these experiments. It is incredibly hard to know the true outcomes of the theories that are being tested. However, they are observing if there theory testing is creating mini black holes, but they suggest that the mini black holes are incredibly unstable and evaporate in seconds so there is no cause for alarm. The assure the public that these tinier-than-a-millimeter black holes will not form together and grow larger in any event.
What do you think? Are we here on this planet at this time because of Jupiter? Maybe it was something else. Will we ever be able to find the answers? Are we seeking answers and truth in the wrong places? In the pursuit of our own happiness and understanding of our world and the Universe in which we live, there will always be another question when one gets answered. There will always be seeking. The seeking tells us that we are alive.
We are far greater beings than we have been told, far greater beings than most of us realize.
In Light and Love,