Interstellar Navigation of the Cosmos with Assistance from the Energy of the Hebrew Letters – Kabbalah and New Life Wisdom


“The letters of this spiritual vocabulary are the profoundest, most fundamental level of intelligence and understanding. Contemplation on these letters leads to an awareness of the unity and interrelationship of all phenomena, and therefore, to new states of consciousness. Thus, the Alef-Bet provides direct experience of all that exists as the manifestation of a single, all pervasive cosmic Unity.”

| –Rav Berg

Interplanetary Superhighway Makes Space Travel Simpler

07.17.02 report from NASA

A “freeway” through the solar system resembling a vast array of virtual winding tunnels and conduits around the Sun and planets, as envisioned by an engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif., can slash the amount of fuel needed for future space missions.

Image right: Artist’s concept of interplanetary superhighway.
+ Click for full image. Image credit: NASA/JPL.

Called the Interplanetary Superhighway, the system was conceived by Martin Lo, whose software was used to help design the flight path for NASA’s Genesis mission, which is currently using this “freeway in space” on its mission to collect solar wind particles for return to Earth.

Most missions are designed to take advantage of the way gravity pulls on a spacecraft when it swings by a body such as a planet or moon. Lo’s concept takes advantage of another factor, the Sun’s pull on the planets or a planet’s pull on its nearby moons. Forces from many directions nearly cancel each other out, leaving paths through the gravity fields in which spacecraft can travel.

Each planet and moon has five locations in space called Lagrange points, where one body’s gravity balances another’s. Spacecraft can orbit there while burning very little fuel. To find the Interplanetary Superhighway, Lo mapped some possible flight paths among the Lagrange points, varying the distance the spacecraft would go and how fast or slow it would travel. Like threads twisted together to form a rope, the possible flight paths formed tubes in space. Lo plans to map out these tubes for the whole solar system.

Lo’s research is based on theoretical work begun in the late nineteenth century by the French mathematician Henri Poincaré. In 1978, NASA’s International Sun-Earth Explorer 3 was the first mission to use low energy orbits around a Lagrange point. Later, using low energy paths between Earth and the Moon, controllers at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md., sent the spacecraft to the first encounter with a comet, Comet Giacobini-Zinner, in 1985.

In 1991, another method of analyzing low energy orbits was used by engineers from JPL and the Japanese Space Agency to enable the Japanese Hiten mission to reach the Moon. Inspired by this pioneering work and research conducted by scientists at the University of Barcelona, Lo conceived the theory of the Interplanetary Superhighway.

Lo and his colleagues have turned the underlying mathematics of the Interplanetary Superhighway into a tool for mission design called “LTool,” using models and algorithms developed at Purdue University, West Lafayette, Ind. The new LTool was used by JPL engineers to redesign the flight path for the Genesis mission to adapt to a change in launch dates. Genesis launched in August 2001.

The flight path was designed for the spacecraft to leave Earth and travel to orbit the Lagrange point. After five loops around this Lagrange point, the spacecraft will fall out of orbit without any maneuvers and then pass by Earth to a Lagrange point on the opposite side of the planet. Finally, it will return to Earth’s upper atmosphere to drop off its samples of solar wind in the Utah desert.

“Genesis wouldn’t need to use any fuel at all in a perfect world,” Lo said. “But since we can’t control the many variables that occur throughout the mission, we have to make some corrections as Genesis completes its loops around a Lagrange point of Earth. The savings on the fuel translates into a better and cheaper mission.”

Lo added, “This concept does not guarantee easy access to every part of the solar system. However, I can envision a place where we might construct and service science platforms around one of the Moon’s Lagrange points. Since Lagrange points are landmarks for the Interplanetary Superhighway, we might be able to shunt spacecraft to and from such platforms.” A team at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, Houston, working with the NASA Exploration Team, proposes to someday use the Interplanetary Superhighway for future human space missions.

“Lo’s work has led to breakthroughs in simplifying mission concepts for human and robotic exploration beyond low-Earth orbit,” said Doug Cooke, manager of Johnson’s Advanced Development Office. “These simplifications result in fewer space vehicles needed for a broad range of mission options.”

The work on the Interplanetary Superhighway for space mission design was nominated for a Discover Innovation Award by Discover magazine editors and an outside panel of experts.

JPL is managed for NASA by the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena. For more information on the Genesis mission, visit the Internet at:

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The diagram [seen here] represent the Tree of Life – or 10 sephiroth – from the Kabbalah which express the quantum singularity event known as the Big Bang. The illustrations of the before the fall of Eden and after the fall of Eden represent the Big Bang expansion of a Photon. The photon is expressed as ML2/T and is the cosmic goose egg which gave birth to the particle/wave type universe that we exist in. The 2 pillars of the tree of life are reflected as the force fields and the matter fields and their parallels are the pillar of mercy and the pillar of judgement.

This is also expressed as a temple which has the 2 pillars of Solomon’s temple called Jachin and Boaz which relate to biblical texts. They are also aspects of plasma and Ether which are also reflected in the big bang as a hot gas controlled by invisible forces. Within the numerics of the 10 in comparison to the universe we see that the 1’s and 0’s (10) are used to create the universe and our base 10 mathematics. This 10 is also related to the 10 commandments, the 10 dimensions, our 10 major organs, the 10 celestial objects of our solar system, our 10 fingers and 10 toes, our 10 body systems and our 10 month birth cycle (40 weeks).

The rapid expansion of the photon splits the wave and particle aspect of the photon in 2 which creates the 4 fundamental forces of our universe and the protons that go along with it. The 4 fixed points of the zodiac represent these 4 forces which are Gravity, Electromagnetism, the strong nuclear force and the electroweak forces. They can be compared to DNA and the coding we have as G,A,C and T in our bodies which are a direct reflection of the universe and the cosmic consciousness of God. The serpents of the illustration match the filaments within the cosmic web which extend out towards the cosmic light horizon of the expanded photon. Using Biblical symbolism, a photon (light bearer) could be related to the light of knowledge and that of good and evil. It is also the apple of the eye which enters through our lenses that helps us to see objects and to see knowledge with our 3rd eye or brain.

The 7 level multiverse is also contained within these 10 sephiroth which add weight to the God body which has an infinite number of universes contained within each 7 level multiverse. These can also be related to the 7 zodiac symbols present in the image that could also be related to the 7 stars of this multiverse as well. The dragon of the illustration starts with 7 heads and 10 horns in the before the fall of Eden towards a dragon with 8 heads and 11 horns which could represent the infinity and DNA characteristics in it’s design and the 11th dimension could be that of time.

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