Lokas or Talas is a concept in Hindu mythology that refers to alternate worlds or realities, and in the simplest context (but highly inaccurate) multiple dimensions. These worlds are explained in Prajapati, and later expanded in Theosophy. The concept was later picked up in a classified US document called Memorandum 6751. CERN then builds the Large Hadron Collider, (so-to-speak) to spec, from theosophist Helena Blavatsky's Kosmic planes in her 1888, The Secret Doctrine.

Evolution of thought[edit | edit source]

In 1888, the The Secret Doctrine by Helena Blavatsky, was published in two volumes: Cosmogenesis and Anthropogenesis. Her research focused on the esoteric cosmology derived from ancient Sanskrit writings. She drafted many diagrams and produced a plethora of research notes on the Hindu subject of Lokas or Talas (dimensional worlds). Much of her work was later sought after by various secret societies.

In 1947, a US government official identified Supernormal beings coming from a Lokas or Talas that was explained in a disclosure document, declassified in 2010, as Memorandum 6751.[1] (See full analysis of Memorandum 6751 at The Conspiracy Wiki).

Future Circular Collider

From 1971 to 2009, CERN seemingly plucked the pages right out of Blavatsky's playbook The Secret Doctrine to build the Large Hadron Collider, with a Future Circular Collider on the way. The agenda, according to the Director Sergio Bertolucci, is to open a dimensional door, so that "Out of this door might come something".[2]

Interconnecting worlds[edit | edit source]

Seven Oresme celestial spheres

The Egyptian
Djed pillar,
the backbone of Osiris.

typically seven
Chakras, morphological vortices

The term loka and its counterpart tala are Sanskrit words widely used in metaphysical systems of India. The general (but not exclusive) meaning of loka is "spiritual world," and the general meaning of tala is "material world." They are both in contrast and at the same time in conjunction with each other. Every loka has as its twin, or counterpart, a tala. Wherever there is a loka, there is an exact corresponding tala. The tala is the nether pole of its corresponding loka.

Lokas and talas are considered to be the spiritual and the material aspects or substance-principles of the different worlds in the cosmic universe. It is impossible to separate a tala from its corresponding loka — quite as impossible as it would be to separate the two poles of electricity.

The number of Lokas and Talas are generally seven. For every seven lokas, there are seven talas. A loka is considered the spiritual pole, where the tala is the material pole acting as the element of its corresponding loka or principle. Therefore, the concept functions as a hierachy, where the lokas are the principles of a hierarchy, and the talas, in exactly the same way, are the elements or substantial or material aspects of the hierarchy.

All seven lokas and all corresponding talas are continuously and inextricably interblended and interworking; and that the lokas and the talas working together form the universe and its various subordinate hierarchies that encompass life. The higher lokas with the higher talas are the forces or energies and substantial parts of the spiritual and ethereal worlds; the lowest lokas and their corresponding talas form the forces or energies and substantial parts of the physical world surrounding us; and the intermediate lokas with their corresponding talas form the respective energies and substantial parts of the intermediate or ethereal realms.[3]

Theosophical diagrams[edit | edit source]

Much of the interpolation of Hindu concepts was extrapolated into Theosophy by Helena Blavatsky in the late 1800s. Many of these diagrams can be found in her 1888 compendium The Secret Doctrine. Various secret societies thereafter, had absorbed Blavatsky's work.





Large Hadron Collider[edit | edit source]

Main: Large Hadron Collider

Sergio Bertolucci

"Out of this door might come something, or we might send something through it," said Sergio Bertolucci, the Director for Research and Scientific Computing at CERN.[2]

Bertolucci theorizes that there would be an "open door", but that even with the power of the LHC at their disposal, they would only be able to hold it open "a very tiny lapse of time, 10-26 seconds, [but] during that infinitesimal amount of time they would be able to peer into this open door, either by getting something out of it or sending something into it."

Bertolucci adds, "after this tiny moment the door would again shut, bringing us back to our 'normal' four dimensional world... It would be a major leap in our vision of Nature, although of no practical use (for the time being, at least). And of course [there would be] no risk to the stability of our world."

map of LHC/CERN

1888, "Kosmic Planes"
by Helena Blavatsky

LHC developments, from 1971 to 2009

Blavatsky's 1888 "Inner Spheres", or inner worlds

Disclosure[edit | edit source]

Memorandum 6751

Memorandum 6751 was declassified and released to the public by the FBI, at the turn of the 21st century.[1] Former FBI officer John DeSouza, author of The Extra-Dimensionals: True Tales and Concepts of Alien Visitors, pointed to a disclosure memorandum that is free to the public. The memorandum, produced in San Diego, California in 1947, acknowledges the existence of extraterrestrial presence. On November 30, 2010, under Executive Order 13526,[4] the FBI disclosed various UFO files onto the online file depository: FBI Records: The Vault, Unexplained Phenomenon, which includes Memorandum 6751. The memorandum can be viewed online at the FBI Records Vault, under UFO Part 1 of 16, p. 22.

Path: FBI Records Vault > Unexplained Phenomenon > UFO > UFO Part 1 of 16 > pg. 22

Memorandum 6751[edit | edit source]

"The region from which they come is NOT the "astral plane", but corros- ponds to the Lokas or Talas. Students of esoteric matters will understand these terms."


Memorandum 6751 was produced in San Diego, California, July 8, 1947

  • Line 2: "Their mission is peaceful" and their agenda is to "settle" on Earth.
  • Line 3: The beings are "human-like but much larger in size".
  • Lines 4 to 6: Describes multi-dimensional beings from "an etheric planet which interpenetrates with our own".
  • Line 7: Weaponized with "radiant energy"; they enter the "etheric" (or cross dimensions) at will.
  • Line 8 likens their world to a Lokas or Talas
Conclusion: "Let the newcomers be treated with kindness"
Addendum: "the front contains the controls; the middle portion is a laboratory; the rear contains armament, which consists essentially of a powerful energy apparatus, perhaps a ray..."

See also[edit | edit source]

  • Chimeras, beings that may have come from a Lokas or Talas.
  • Stargate, a possible capability of the LHC.
  • Supernormal, a term used in Memorandum 6751.
  • The Tiamat, beings that may have come from a Lokas or Talas.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 FBI Records Vault, UFO Part 1 of 16, p. 22, Memorandum 6751
  2. 2.0 2.1 'Something may come through' dimensional 'doors' at LHC, (2009) by Lewis Page
  3. Occult Glossary by G. de Purucker (1996), Tala
  4. Promoting Openness and Accountability by Making Classification a Two-Way Street, by William H. Leary, Special Adviser to the National Security Advisor and Senior Director for Records and Access Management, National Security Staff, 29 December 2009

External links[edit | edit source]

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