New Findings of the Speed of Light
by Scientists at Gran Sasso, Italy
as a Confirmation of The Keys of Enoch®
By J.J. Hurtak, Ph.D., Ph.D. and Desiree Hurtak, Ph.D.
The sensational new findings by scientists at the Gran Sasso scientific facility 75 miles south of Rome, if further confirmed by other scientific labs throughout the world, will transform our knowledge of light by both speed and substance. In a breathtaking statement, scientists at CERN in Geneva admitted to have fired a total of over 15,000 beams of tiny subatomic neutrino particles over three years to gigantic detectors at Gran Sasso, a distance of 454 miles (740 kilometers) and they arrived faster than expected.
No mere accident or misreading, the substantial data base with a growing number of thousands of trials of neutrino projections shows that “light” as presently defined and accepted according to Einstein would have covered the distance in 2.4 thousandths of a second. But the new neutrino 2009-2011 findings took 60 nanoseconds faster than the speed of light or 60 billionths of a second LESS than light beams would have taken. Not a big difference, but it is for scientists as it suggests a variation of the speed of light and this takes place in the range of muon activity as stated in The Keys of Enoch® as we are told in Key 302:15: In addition, the matter-muon wave combination is important in the acceleration of cosmic rays and other particles.
In summary, further confirmations of this finding of light variation will be of such sensational proportions for all areas of science, that if it is proven to be true, one has to treat the consequences of superluminal light, space travel and also time travel as part of our next phase of human evolution.