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"The Wes Penre Papers"
(Lucifer's Rebellion)
The Fourth Level of Learning

The Fourth Level of Learning
Paper #12: The Milky Way Spiral Arms 
and the Cosmic Slave Masters
by Wes Penre, Written on Friday, November 22, 2013
Posted on Friday, February 7, 2014
Edited by Professor Bob Stannard


Table of Contents:

I. The Milky Way Spiral Arms

II. Redemption or Annihilation?

III. En.ki’s Interactions with the Orion Council

IV. Our Inherited Sexual Aberrations and Obsession for Gold and Precious Stones

V. Two Versions of Homo Sapiens Sapiens—It’s all in the Blood!

VI. How En.ki Planted Criminal Souls in Human Bodies, and more on the Human Star Race

VII. The Luciferians Own “En.lil”

VIII. Another Look at the Biblical YHWH

IX. From One Thing to Another

I. The Milky Way Spiral Arms

Galaxies, according to astronomers, are put into different categories—just as stars are. The Milky Way Galaxy, in which we reside, is considered a spiral galaxy, for obvious reasons. In the middle of the galaxy is a core, which allegedly consists of a supergiant black hole, surrounded by millions of stars. This core is by some also called The Womb of the Mother and is a birth center of stars.

The theory states that in the beginning of the Galaxy, the “womb” shot out a myriad of nebulae and stars, which took a spiral form, and eventually, different spiral arms, filled with gas, nebulae, and stars, formed and created the shape of our current Galaxy.

Fig. 1. NGC 6744, a Milky Way look-alike.

There are many spiral arms in the Milky Way, but they all develop from two major arms[1] and get other names as we get closer to the outskirts of the Galaxy. The two major arms are the Perseus Arm and the Scutum-Centaurus Arm, as depicted in fig. 2 below. These two arms shoot out from each side of the oval-shaped galactic core.

Fig 2. The most common spiral arms in the Milky Way Galaxy.

To begin, let us first get a little bit familiar with the spiral arm in which our own solar system is located. As we have mentioned earlier, the Sun is located at the fringes of the Galaxy and sits on the Orion Arm (see fig. 2 above, where it’s called “2b. Orion-Cygnus,” and is written in orange). This is what Wikipedia has to say about the Orion Arm:

The Orion Arm is a minor spiral arm of the Milky Way galaxy some 3,500 light-years (1,100 parsecs) across and approximately 10,000 light-years (3,100 parsecs) in length.[2] The Solar System and therefore the Earth lies within the Orion Arm. It is also referred to by its full name, the Orion–Cygnus Arm, as well as Local Arm, Orion Bridge, Local Spur and Orion Spur.

The Orion Arm is named for the Orion constellation, which is one of the most prominent constellations of Northern Hemisphere winter (Southern Hemisphere summer). Some of the brightest stars and most famous celestial objects of this constellation (Betelgeuse, Rigel, the stars of Orion's Belt, the Orion Nebula) are located within the Orion Arm, as shown on the interactive map below.

The Orion Arm is located between the Carina–Sagittarius Arm (toward the Galactic Center) and the Perseus Arm (toward the outside Universe), the latter one of the two major arms of the Milky Way. Long thought to be a minor structure, a "spur" between the two longer adjacent arms Perseus and Carina-Sagittarius, evidence was presented in mid 2013 that it might be in fact a branch of the Perseus Arm, or possibly an independent arm segment itself.[3]

Within the Orion Arm, our Solar System and Earth are located close to the inner rim in the Local Bubble, about halfway along the Orion Arm's length, approximately 8,000 parsecs (26,000 light-years) from the Galactic Center.[2]

Fig.2 above is a picture we are going to return to several times in this paper because, first, it is a very good picture, giving an excellent visual view of the Galaxy and its spiral arms, and second, it will be very helpful when we start talking about star races and their location in space/time and time/space.

If you study fig. 3 below, you’ll notice that there is a “trail” within these arms, which starts at the Perseus Arm. Follow that arm inward (to the right), beginning at the fringes until you come to a place where the Orion Arm branches off “downward” in the picture (here called the Local). Follow the Orion Arm, and you see the Sun’s position in red. Just where the Orion Arm ends, there is a connection between this arm and the Carina-Sagittarius Arm, which then continues all the way to the center of the Galaxy. We can of course also follow this trail, starting from the Galactic Center and moving outward. Along such trails we have different Galactic Highways, such as Pesh-Meten, which is the commercial “highway” I’ve mentioned a lot in my papers. The Galaxy is also divided into sectors by trading star races, and Orion and our solar system belong to Sector 9. When we look at the Galaxy from this perspective, we get more order out of chaos, and the Milky Way doesn’t seem so vast anymore.

Fig. 3. Pesh-Meten.

Look at the trail again, and you will notice that our solar system (in red) is sitting on Pesh-Meten, which is the Galactic Highway I just made you look at, which goes all the way from the Galactic Center and out of the Galaxy where the Orion-Cygnus Arm disappears into space in the upper part of the map (from there, it continues through deep space until it reaches the Andromeda Galaxy, 2.2 million light-years away, and continues there). Hence, Lucifer knew exactly what he was doing when he was taking over Ar-i-du, our solar system! Earth is sitting like a plug right on Pesh-Meten, and by isolating Earth from the rest of the Galaxy and eventually closing the Saturn stargate, he blocked the energy, which previously flowed free along this long highway of business and trade. This was not taken lightly by many star races that had business going on at both sides of Pesh-Meten, where Ar-i-du sat in the middle.

Star travelers could of course take a passageway on either side of Ar-i-du—and they do—but it works like when you put a big stone in the middle of a creek—the water has to take routes around the stone on both sides, and the flow of the water slows down, and debris is gathering where the stream is almost standing still, and it’s piling up. A similar thing happened with the energy flow after a while, with the solar system sitting there, blocking the energy. In some places, the energy created back currents, and it could become a somewhat dangerous place to travel through. What happened was that the flow of business and trade also decreased with the flow of energy.

One thing I want to teach the readers to always pay attention to when researching the Pantheon and old records is how things are named—everything from the beings themselves, to planets, to suns/stars, to nebulae, to asterisms, and to galaxies. I would suggest that very little—if anything—is named randomly. All names are there for a reason—e.g. there is a reason why a spiral arm is named the Perseus Arm and not the Artemis Arm, just to make something up here in order to prove a point. It’s named the Perseus Arm and could not be named anything else because of its significance to “Perseus.” I hope the readers understand what I mean by this. Therefore, it becomes so much easier to know where to start researching if we are aware of this simple rule. How many people have actually seriously thought about why a certain planet is called Jupiter? Not many. Most people think it’s just something astronomers decided to do because it sounded cool. Far from it!

The Orion Arm is called that because this cluster of the Galaxy belongs to the Orion Empire—it’s a matter of real estate. We are not talking about the Third Dimension now, but all dimensions, all the way up to Satania.

However, let’s take a look at the spiral arms between which the Orion Arm is “squeezed in.” We have Carina Sagittarius on one side and Perseus on the other. Although our own spiral arm is generally known as the Orion Arm, it’s correct name is, as I already mentioned, the Orion-Cygnus Arm. Further down, we also have the Scutum-Centaurus Arm (see fig. 2).

First, what is a Sagittarius? A Sagittarius is a centaur (fig. 4).

Fig. 4. A Sagittarius.

Then, I mentioned Scutum-Centaurus, and “Centaurus,” of course, stands for centaur as well. Now we have not only one but two spiral arms referring to centaurs, oddly enough. In the papers, I have on a few occasions mentioned that En.ki and his scientists, when they did their experiments in genetics to create the perfect slave race, as a mid- station they created the centaurs, who were half man and half horse. The fact that these creatures actually roamed our world in ancient times has been confirmed by quite a few sources by now, so I have little doubt that this was a real species. In any case, why name two spiral arms after this rather odd creature? Isn’t that strange if a centaur is only a temporary experiment here on Earth—an experiment that didn’t even last long and  then was terminated?

It is not strange if we know what Nergal symbolizes. The reader may recall that Nergal is one of En.ki’s alter egos—the one he is known by as the King of the Underworld. Now, let’s take a look at Nergal again. In old Babylon, he was often depicted as a…yes, you guessed it—as a centaur! (see fig.5).