E-mail from Michael Roll to Adrian Berry (June 4, 2014): Astronomy at The Telegraph

To Adrian Berry: Astronomy at The Telegraph.

Many years ago when writing about the neutrino, the ghost-like subatomic particle that passes effortlessly through our physical matter, you said that when physicists make mistakes, they are usually very big indeed.

Nothing could be bigger than this crazy Big Bang nonsense that was invented by a Roman Catholic priest in the 1920’s – Georges Lemaître, known as the father of the Big Bang.

Your newspaper published the correct model of the universe on Monday, January 27, 2014. Professor Halton Arp’s discovery that quasars (huge explosions in space) are new galaxies coming into existence. All the matter in our part of the universe is coming from the missing 95% of the universe that all scientists are now talking about. This is the spiritual part of the universe that Sir William Crookes discovered exactly 140 years ago.

This is the part of the universe that we all come from and return to after our short stay on Earth. This is still blocked from nearly all mainstream media and educational outlets. This just can’t be right in what is meant to be a free country. Important discoveries in physics belong to every man, woman and child on Earth. It’s just too bad if they upset the Pope and Professor Stephen Hawking. They actually had a meeting! Yes, the truth is nearly always stranger than fiction.

It has now dawned on people just how dangerous it is to brainwash children from birth with supernatural religious absurdities. The civil war in Syria has made people realise that the Muslims hate each other just as much as the Christians do. In 1914 an Orthodox Christian killed a Roman Catholic in the Balkans. This is the spark that started the slaughter in the First World War.

The scientist Michael Mosely has recently stated that revolutionary discoveries in physics, like Galileo’s, have to wait for the old order to die off before they eventually reach the people. This is no longer the case, thanks to the Internet. The powerful obscurants, with a great deal to lose from the truth, have not yet managed to block the information highway. Reference; BBC 4 Television, Saturday 31 May 2014. ‘The Story of Science: Power, Proof and Passion’.

It does not take a mathematical genius to come to the conclusion that the force of gravity, that keeps the oceans from flying off into space, and the suns in a galaxy from doing the same thing, is in fact the force that is coming from the spiritual part of the universe. On Tuesday 3 June, 2014, in a letter that was published in The Daily Telegraph, a number of Nobel Laureates have pointed out that the peer-review system is a joke. They have backed what Professor Gerald Pollack has said:

“Flat Earth scientists are blocking the discoveries of round Earth scientists.”

We are all being taken for a terrible ride by many of our leaders and teachers.

Michael Roll

The Campaign for Philosophical Freedom
The secular/atheist case for survival after death.

“The one-god religions are easily the greatest disaster ever to be inflicted on the human race.”
Gore Vidal

“If people must have this god dummy to suck, it is much better to have a whole stack of gods like the Greeks and Romans did. They never got too worked up about religion. They looked upon their gods like we look at astrology, as a bit of fun. Let’s have a look at what the gods have got in store for us today.”
After Arthur Findlay

This was the theme of Arthur Findlay’s suppressed history of mankind ‘The Curse of Ignorance’ that was published in 1947.
He knew that it would be blocked from our schools and universities. He said so on page 1111 of volume 1.

Adrian Berry, 4th Viscount Camrose is a British journalist and writer. From 1977 until 1996, he was science correspondent of The Daily Telegraph, and subsequently became consulting science editor.
He is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society, and a Fellow of the British Interplanetary Society.