“God Particle” Found To Be Mormon Messenger
Moroni at the center of the Higgs particle cluster
By Bill Britton
Special to TP News — Physicists at the CERN Laboratory in Switzerland announced that the Higgs boson, the so-called “God particle,” resembles the Mormon angel Moroni. Moroni is the keeper of the golden plates on which is inscribed the Book of Mormon. The angel gave the plates to Joseph Smith, who founded to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), more commonly known as Mormonism.
Smith buried the plates near his plot of psilocybin mushrooms, known for their psychedelic properties. After translating the inscriptions, Smith returned the Moronic plates to the angel. The plates have not been seen since, although the mushroom garden is still being cared for by a Moronic disciple, called Rocket Man, whose website is shroomzoom.com.
CERN spokesman Sergio Bertolucci said, “Initially we only saw the cluster of particles emanating from the center of the particle burst. However, on closer examination, the Moronic image was seen at the very center, angel horn and all. It was quite a thrill. A group of us are going to the LDS temple at Bern and convert to Mormonism.”
Presidential candidate Mitt Romney was extremely upbeat over the discovery: “My life story reflects my Moronic upbringing. With the discovery at CERN, I know that my Moronic principles will stand me in good stead as I debate President Obama, who, as we know, is not quite an American. Just ask Rush Limbaugh, my authority in these matters.”