Pyramidology & the Astrological Ages

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Re: Pyramidology & the Astrological Ages

Post by Jim Eshelman » Wed Jan 04, 2023 4:23 pm

Calculating the rising place of Sirius doesn't require knowledge of precession. They could just observe Sirius from year to year. Solar and lunar returns don't require knowledge of precession because thr calculation isn't inherently tropical: It just requires calculating positions of Sun and Moon. I suspect "return of the Stars" refers to something much simpler that we know the Egyptians tracked: the return every year if each Constellation being the first one seen at sunset for certain times of year.
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Re: Pyramidology & the Astrological Ages

Post by SteveS » Thu Jan 05, 2023 4:09 am

Jim wrote:
...that this is what Israel Regardie published in the '60s under the title, "Roll Away the Stone." If you're curious and have an Amazon Prime membership, I suggest you get the $0 free Kindle version (you can read it on the Kindle Reader software if you don't have a Kindle)
Will do Jim, thanks.

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Re: Pyramidology & the Astrological Ages

Post by SteveS » Thu Jan 05, 2023 6:16 am

In the early 90’s with new computer/program technology proving to me there is an astronomical half-precessional cycle symbolized with Monuments on Giza, I got very intrigued for historical evidence indicating the Ancient Egyptians may have had far advanced knowledge of precessional astronomy. I found it a few years ago with the book “Ancient Egypt Volume 11,” The Light of the World by Gerald Massey 1828-1907.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gerald_Massey

Massey turned existing doctrine on its head to argue that not only had Egypt spawned human civilization, but that Egyptian mythology was the basis for Jewish and Christian beliefs. But what peaked my interest about Massey work was his statements about the Precession Cycle encoded into Ancient Egypt’s culture. Some statements by Massey:
…But Horus the traveler of eternity has to be tracked and followed in the movement of Precession. And thus the new beginning for the present quest is in the sign of Leo. Ancient Egyptian texts not only proves the ancient Egyptians to have been acquainted with the precessional movement, it also gives us an account of the actual changing of a pole-star. Another note of this zodiacal beginning of precession with the birthplace in the sign of Leo….Precession has been worshipped by the Egyptians for 10,000 years. The earlier Pharaohs were not the sons of Ra, they were Horus-kings who had been tracking precession handed down with star records for thousands of years.
There is more in his book about the Egyptians tracking the Precessional Cycle with the Stars, but the main point I deemed from Massey book is the ancient Egyptians are beginning the Precessional Cycle with the sign Leo. Remember Clark's final conclusion about Ancient Egypt having something to do with "Zep Tepi, the First Time." This has the same distinct echo where today’s computer/program technology has proven to me a correlation with Giza Monuments of a beginning point of Precession in Leo with the symbol of the Sphinx with a lion’s body, as well as a beginning point with Orion’s 3 Belt Stars declination cycle beginning in the Precession Age of Leo. New technology of precessional software proves this fact with the Monuments on Giza and Massey of course did not have access to this new technology, nor did Lubicz or Locklear who’s investigations into Ancient Egyptian astronomy prove to their minds some kind of profound understanding/knowledge with the Precession Cycle---more later.

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Re: Pyramidology & the Astrological Ages

Post by Veronica » Thu Jan 05, 2023 10:20 am

Interesting.
Steve by any chance did you look at Masseys chart and the dates he published his ideas/research?
I think a proper study of his chart regardless of time of birth and the dates of his publications would be enlightening.

I am curious because I dont understand why it would be relevant to anything wether gthe Egyptians did know about precession. If I recall the Mayan actually did use much longer cycles which correlate with precession. I came across a few articles at Acedemia.com about Sidereal Astrology and the Mayan. I just dont get why this seems so vitally important to certain people, the few people that I know who promogulate Egyptians as the source of humanity have been radical racist/extremists who have used the idea to assert ideas of racial superiority.
May be I am to much of a hub to see how this possiblity could be of any use to us today.

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Re: Pyramidology & the Astrological Ages

Post by Jim Eshelman » Thu Jan 05, 2023 10:39 am

Gerald Massey was born May 29, 1828, time unknown, Tring, UK. He was a Taurus-Scorpio (Mars in Sagittarius), born at Full Moon with an exact Saturn-Neptune opposition joined by Mars and Venus somewhat wider.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gerald_Massey

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Re: Pyramidology & the Astrological Ages

Post by SteveS » Fri Jan 06, 2023 2:51 am

Here is some Precession narrative by Lubicz from his book “Sacred Science:”
It is impossible to clarify historically the origin of the Pharaonic sovereigns. To the contrary, it is certain from the beginning of the so-called historical period with the first known Pharaohs, there existed a complete writing, a carefully established calendar, a social order, a census, a perfectly ordered myth and cult, all things that obviously testify to a long civilized epoch preceding the historical period. On the other hand, no monument document allows us to connect this state of affairs to a “prehistoric” period during which a cataclysm seems to have occurred.

An epoch of such destruction, between the ending and the beginning of a time (Precessional Age), can only be explained in the light of similar crises. The existence of precisely such a period is observed at the end of the precessional epoch of Taurus (the Eight to the Tenth Dynasties), as well as at the end of the epoch of the Precessional Age of Aries, at the moment of passage into the Christian era with the Precessional Age of Pisces; and again we see the beginning of an identical crises during the present epoch of passage from Pisces to Aquarius. The same symptoms characterize them: a democratization that casts into oblivion the achievements from the time of the Pharaonic kings and repudiates a religious metaphysics; the social disorder, moreover, is often accompanied by climatological and telluric disturbances.
Rationally, it is not comprehensible how the sole fact of the vernal point aiming at a constellation (that is, a region of the starry heavens) can produce such phenomena by passing into a new Precessional Age. The fact nevertheless remains and can be verified with the Pharaonic Culture of Ancient Egypt. We see a pre-history cult dedicated to the Twins (Gemini); then from the passage of the Precessional Age of Gemini to the Precessional Age of Taurus a cult dedicated to the principle of the Bull. In parallel with this Precessional Age hypothesis, we observe a similar sudden cult of the Ram at the time of Sesostris 111, toward 1900 BC, about three centuries after the transition from the Precession Age from Taurus to Aries. Similarly, the definitive establishment in the year 325 AD, under Constantine, with the proclamation of Christianity as the new cult religion with the closing of the temples of Egypt. Mention must be made of the serious disturbances which took place in Egypt at the end of the Ptolemies, before the passage of the vernal point.
Adopting this Precessional Age principle---distinctly astrological in character---would certainly illuminate all that disturbs historians about the beginnings and upheavals of this great land of Egypt, so mysterious to our rationalists’ mentality. While historical facts confirm these strange religious and social movements, they do not explain the relation that could exist between these phenomena and the sole fact of transition of the vernal point from one celestial region---signed by a group of constellations –to another. We lack the knowledge of zodiacal influences upon the vital phenomenon, although it seems that such a science must have existed in Ancient Egypt. It is true that sage men of wisdom have affirmed the proved existence of a systematic arrangement of the zodiac on the bases of sacred science. And this same sacred science seems to have been known to the Ancient Egyptians.
I hear you V. What it appears to me is Giza has something to do with the mythology of the Ancient Egyptians pertaining to "Zep Tepi, the First Time", and Giza is a half cycle Precessional representation of "Zep Tepi, the First Time." V, its a mystery I have been pondering for years. All I can say I beleive its importance defintely has something to do with influences from the 12 30 degree divisions of the Sidereal Zodiac.

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Re: Pyramidology & the Astrological Ages

Post by Veronica » Fri Jan 06, 2023 5:05 am

Jim Eshelman wrote:
Thu Jan 05, 2023 10:39 am
Gerald Massey was born May 29, 1828, time unknown, Tring, UK. He was a Taurus-Scorpio (Mars in Sagittarius), born at Full Moon with an exact Saturn-Neptune opposition joined by Mars and Venus somewhat wider.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gerald_Massey

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Me 22Ta47'17"  1N21 + 2° 9'  73°42' 23N58 
Ve  0Cn36'36"  2N46 +52'16" 115°17' 24N14 
Ma 22Sg22'58"  2S45 + 0'47" 286°19' 25S23 
Ju 13Li46'45"  1N19 - 5'32" 214°15' 12S20 
Sa 25Ge37'17"  0S 0 + 6'34" 109°28' 22N15 
Ur  9Cp46' 4"  0S35 - 1' 5" 304°31' 20S16 
Ne 25Sg39' 1"  0N43 - 1' 8" 289°24' 21S32 
Pl 14Pi53' 7" 16S38 + 0'49"  13°18' 12S23 
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Ma op Sa  3°14' 89%      Ju sq Ur  4° 1' 69%       Ma sq Pl  7°30'  0%  
Ma co Ne  3°16' 88%                                Ur sx Pl  5° 7' 51%  
Sa op Ne  0° 2'100%
Thanks Jim!
Very very interesting how Massey's lights aspect Orion. It must have felt very personal to him.

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Re: Pyramidology & the Astrological Ages

Post by Veronica » Fri Jan 06, 2023 5:17 am

Steve have you every explored, studied the pyramids here in the USA? Most people are not aware of our national contribution to pyramids and are amazed to know there was once a huge metropolis on the banks of the Mississippi. They arnt as glamorous as the others around the world but show high society and technology and from what I gleaned were advanced in their understanding of the life cycle of rivers over time.
Keep searching for the words to articulate your deep inner feelings, I would love to understand what is the big deal, to me...these pyramids are markers of the rise and fall of civilizations that sought to overcome and be masters of the natural world, living in ever increasingly unsustainable ways that eventually bottomed out and the people walked away from because it wasnt working in accordance to natural laws. They speak to me as a warning for us to not follow their lead but to follow Mother Nature. but that's just my opinion.

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Re: Pyramidology & the Astrological Ages

Post by SteveS » Sat Jan 07, 2023 6:22 am

V, I know lttle about the other Pyramids around the world. Again, all I know is what modern computer/precessional programing is proving with the Monuments on Giza, and it has something to do with precessional positions in the Sidereal Zodiac appearing to have something to with the Precessional Astrological Ages. I never would have been able to see this Giza correlation with Astrological Ages if it had not been with my study of Fagan/Bradley's Sidereal Zodiac.

Let’s take a look at what Lubicz’s many years of research in Egypt says about the Sphinx. And remember Lubicz are making the following statements before several modern geologists today proclaim with their science that the Sphinx and the Sphinx’s enclosure walls definitely bear extensive water erosion from rains. Also, Lubicz draws on certain Greek historian’s writings about the Sphinx when questioning the Egyptians about the age of the Sphinx.

Lubicz:
A great civilization must have preceded the vast movements of water that passed over Egypt, which leads one to assume that the Sphinx already existed, sculptured in the rock of the west cliff at Giza, that Sphinx whose leonine body and enclosure walls, except for the Sphinx head, shows indisputable signs of aquatic erosion. (Footnoted 28)
Footnote 28: It is maintained that this erosion was wrought by desert sands, but the entire body of the Sphinx is protected from all desert winds coming from the West, the only winds that could effect erosion. Only the head protrudes from the hollow, and it shows no signs of erosion.

Lubicz:
We have no idea when and how water erosion of the Sphinx took place. Both ancient and modern texts concerning this monument are rare and evasive. No Greek traveler makes mention of the Sphinx and Pliny devotes only a few lines to the Sphinx after having described the Pyramids.
Pliny: In front of them is the Sphinx, which deserves to be described even more, and yet the Egyptians have passed it over in complete silence. The inhabitants of the region regard it as a deity. 29 Pliny, Natural History, XXXXV1, p 17 Tr. Eichholz.
Lubicz:
It is known that the great hollow carved into the bedrock around the Sphinx was filled up several times during the course of history by sand dunes which submerged all but the head. A commemorative stela erected between the paws of the Sphinx recounts how Thothmes 1V (1425 B.C.) had the sand cleared away from it during the first year of his reign.
Lubicz continues:
It is thus the Sphinx was liberated from the sands (after Thothmes 1V 1425 B.C.), but according to Maspero, it seems that this was not the first time:
Maspero:
The stela of the Sphinx bears, on line 13, the cartouche of Khephren in the middle of a gap….There, I believe, is the indication of an excavation of the Sphinx carried out under this prince, and consequently the more or less certain proof that the Sphinx was already covered with sand during the time of Cheops and his predecessors. 32
32: G. Maspero, The passing of the Empires (New York, 1900). According to other Egyptologists, Khephren, inspired by a rock in the shape of a lion, carved the Sphinx there in his time! But they forget that the Sphinx was carved in a cavity with its walls eroded by water.
Lubicz:
A legend affirms that even in Cheops day, the age of the Sphinx was already so remote that it was impossible to situate it in time. The account of Diodoros is the only document that sheds any light on the possibility that there was a remote epoch inhabited by great people before the Pharaonic culture. With this unexplained water erosion on the Sphinx enclosure walls could possibly explain the Sphinx was fashioned thousands of years before the Pharaonic culture (Precessional Age of Taurus) ---italics mine.


But nowhere in Lubicz book “Sacred Science” does he hint the Sphinx was carved in the Precessional Age of Leo, but Lubicz Ancient Egypt research was dome a century before modern geologist confirm the Sphinx has extension water erosion marks which occurred thousands of years before the Sahara became a desert. more from Lubicz later...

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Re: Pyramidology & the Astrological Ages

Post by Veronica » Sun Jan 08, 2023 3:59 am

Have you ever studied quick sand Steve, sand saturated with water...fascinating stuff.

You have absolutely nothing to prove to me about this, I understand this touches you and is one of your passions and I'm happy you find joy in your research.

I cant help but feel that I need to read between the lines of your words, because you seem to be deeply insinuating that their is a population of people on the planet that have known about astrology and its influence and have duped or misled or concealed in some way the true positions of the heavenly bodies and have deliberately used this info for their benefit while the masses were mislead into following Tropical astrology which is a worthless path for it does not help one in any practical way to live better on earth.
That's what you seem to be saying.... am I hearing you correctly? Your general tone and language is filled with insinuations and I would really like you to elaborate on what you have found out.

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Post by ODdOnLifeItself » Sun Jan 08, 2023 4:23 am

Steve, I'd be curious of your opinion...

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Re: Pyramidology & the Astrological Ages

Post by SteveS » Sun Jan 08, 2023 7:13 am

V wrote:
Your general tone and language is filled with insinuations and I would really like you to elaborate on what you have found out.
I have “found out” with my books there is a distinct astronomical ground plan at Giza representing a half-precessional cycle (13,000) V, and it can be proved with new technology of precessional software which shows the movement of certain starts with the Precessional Cycle. These means to me the architect of Giza may be using the Precessional Cycle (Astrological Ages) to draw attention for the ones (astronomers/astrologers) who may be interested into the WHY of this Precessional Cycle blueprint at Giza. It’s a huge mystery, IMO.
V wrote:
I cant help but feel that I need to read between the lines of your words, because you seem to be deeply insinuating that their is a population of people on the planet that have known about astrology and its influence and have duped or misled or concealed in some way the true positions of the heavenly bodies and have deliberately used this info for their benefit while the masses were mislead into following Tropical astrology which is a worthless path for it does not help one in any practical way to live better on earth.
This is absolutely not what I am “insinuating” V.
V wrote:
You have absolutely nothing to prove to me about this…
I understand V, that’s Ok. I am just making conversation/statements on a subject matter (Giza) which I find very interesting which relates to Fagan/Bradley’s Sidereal Zodiac with the Precessional Cycle, IMO--- no different when you post on subject matter which interests your mind.

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Re: Pyramidology & the Astrological Ages

Post by SteveS » Sun Jan 08, 2023 8:01 am

Oldon, thanks for this feedback, it directly relates to many of the same points I have raised in this thread.
1: There is no doubt in my mind the architect of Giza is indeed drawing attention to c 10,500 BC with certain stars over Giza. And it has been proven to me that it has something to do with Rundle Clarks extensive research with Ancient Egypt’s as to his final conclusions the number one mythology of the Pharaonic Culture had something to do with “Zep Tepi, the First Time.” In other words, the architect of Giza is representing “Zep Tepi, the First Time” with Giza Monuments which can only be seen/understood with the astronomical language of the Precession Cycle. As to the exact times when the Monuments were built at Giza, nobody really knows how to prove, but I feel the Sphinx was carved out long before the Pyramids. I think the blueprint of Giza was probably carried out over multi-generations of time, maybe relating to Precessional/Astrological Ages of time.
Stated from the link:
This time period around 10,500 BCE has drawn the attention of such researchers and writers as Adrian Gilbert, Robert Bauval, and Graham Hancock, all of whom have written about aspects of this celestial landscape and how it fits this olden time period. Their research suggests an alignment of the pyramids of the Giza plateau with the constellation Orion/Osiris. It also indicates that during this time the constellation Leo rose due east out of the horizon to meet and greet its counterpart on earth in the sphinx, which faces due east.
Exactly Oldon! This has been proven to my mind with my knowledge of the Fagan/Bradley Sidereal Zodiac. And it just so happened when they (Bauval/Hancock) made their discovery that certain stars in the heavens were represented at Giza on the ground, it was just invented Precessional software (Skyglobe) which allowed anyone to go to any location in the World and calculate where the stars were located in the heavens covering any time period they wanted to investigate up to 30,000 years. So Bauval & Handcock took this Precessional/Program and started playing around with it and discovered there was a very accurate positional match of the 3 Belt Stars of Orion’s Belt over Giza in c. 10,500 BC. This explained to Bauval’s mind why the architect of Giza off-set the smaller Pyramid at Giza to a 45 degree line of the other two larger Pyramids, when there was absolutely no engineering reason for the Giza architect to make this off-set on the ground. Since the dimmest (smallest) star in Orion’s Belt is also off-set to the straight line of the other two brighter stars in Orion’s Belt, this is when Bauval had his revelation, OMG, the architect of Giza is representing the 3 Belt Stars of Orion on the ground at Giza! Oldon, if this stuff peaks your interest, I highly recommend you read Bauval’s book “The Orion Correlation.” Although I don’t agree with everything in this book, I do agree with his proof he supplied that the 3 Belt Stars of Orion’s belt is represented on the ground at Giza. Oldon, Bauval’s book interest you, I then would recommend you read his and Hancock’s book “The Message of the Sphinx,” particularly Chapter 4 where they proved to me there is indeed a half-cycle of Precession represented on the ground at Giza. If you have time to get into these two books, I would welcome your feedback regardless of your opinions, for I am kinda left alone in my immediate environment to discuss this Giza matter as it seemly relates to a half-precessional cycle. Thanks again Oldon for your feedback---more later pertaining to your link info.

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Re: Pyramidology & the Astrological Ages

Post by SteveS » Sun Jan 08, 2023 12:06 pm

Link article supplied by ODdon stated:
Dr. Schoch has also written about evidence that an advanced lost civilization from this 10,500 BCE time period may have been destroyed, possibly from solar cataclysmic events.
ODdon, personally through my research I am allowing 50 % probability for an “advanced lost civilization” from the last Ice Age mostly destroyed by cataclysmic forces, but more importantly for me, I am now allowing by solid scientific research by certain “earth sciences” scientists that the cataclysm that could have destroyed an “advance lost civilization” was not done by a solar event, but by a fragmented comet hitting the North America & European continental ice sheets (2 miles thick). I am also convinced this comet cataclysmic event dates to c 10,500 BC with latest scientific data, which just so happens to date to new precessional computer/software proving there is a correlated date of 10,500 BC with Giza’s monuments, very near the beginning of the Precessional Astrological Age of Leo. If you are interested in this new comet impact info relating to the earth sciences scientiests for around c. 10,500 BC, you will find solid scientific proof in a recent book (2020): “Deadly Voyager” by James Lawrence Powell.

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Re: Pyramidology & the Astrological Ages

Post by SteveS » Sun Jan 08, 2023 12:58 pm

Oddon link article stated:
I have discovered even more evidence that makes the celestial sphere at this 10,500 BCE period even more ideal and unique for the construction of the Great Pyramid and a Golden Age of ancient Egypt called Zep Tepi (the First Time).
My research tells me that “Zep Tepi, the First Time” was by the start of the Precessional Astrological Age of Taurus c 4100 BC, had become a Myth to the Pharaonic culture/people. Lubicz intriguely writes in his book “Sacred Science:”
We may be dealing here, according to tradition, with the conquest---or reconquest of the Pharaonic epoch by the Shemsu-Hor. The Shemsu-Hor, incorrectly translated as “Companions of Horus,” literally means Followers of Horus in the precise sense of “those who follow the path of Horus,” that is, the “Horian way,” also called the solar way or paths of Ra. This epithet applies to superior beings possessing a superconscioness who produced the race of Pharaohs. These Followers of Horus bear with them a knowledge of Sacred Science and unified the Pharaonic culture with this Sacred Science.
ODdon, It could be these Followers of Horus understood a higher knowledge pertaining to the Precessional Cycle with the Astrological Ages than has ever been suppossed by our academia, and could be a linkage to a possible lost Ice Age civilization possessing higher knowledges. Lubicz firmly believes Egypt’s culture was severely interrupted by a cataclysmic event requiring some type of reboot to its civilization. This reboot could have been started with the building of the Sphinx in c 10,500 BC. Just recently archeologist have proven with science a huge complex of Megalith stone columns at Gobekli Tepi dating back to c 10,500 BC. Why not the Sphinx for the same epoch? We are in highly speculative waters here ODdon, but when one seriously studies the great monuments in Egypt, we indeed see the presence of some type of “superconsciousness” directing the Pharaonic Culture/Monuments with a cohesiveness that last app 4 millennia.
"There has never been a greater distance between consciousnesses than there is our time between Western mentality and the mentality of the ancient Egyptian sages. Lubicz, "Sacred Science."
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Re: Pyramidology & the Astrological Ages

Post by SteveS » Mon Jan 09, 2023 4:22 am

The author of ODdon’s link wrote:
I think in an absolutely stunning design, the dates (c. 10,500 BC) of construction given in the Cayce readings for the Great Pyramid have given us a time when the sky represents it and a philosophy towards perfection ideally. This is truly a celestial blueprint.
I do beleive Giza "is truly a celestial blueprint"-- but my research tells me high % the Sphinx was built in the epoch time period (Astrological Age of Leo), but not the Great Pyramid which I believe was built in the Astrological Age of Taurus. I believe as many other geologists, the Sphinx exhibits extensive water erosion cause by long periods of rains/flooding which according to scientists was not possible in the Sahara Desert during the Astrological Age of Taurus. This means abnormal rains/flooding would have had to occur in earlier Astrological Ages. Now that we have the new technology of Google Earth---below is a most interesting 20 min video link by a life-long passionate geologists who is an expert in the uses of Google Earth for geological purposes with earth sciences. This link video below offers solid proof to me before the Sahara was a desert there were massive floods in Africa. (finished with my opinions for ODdon's link article). Thanks again ODdon for your feedback.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LOtydLmdfV8

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Re: Pyramidology & the Astrological Ages

Post by ODdOnLifeItself » Fri Jan 20, 2023 2:08 am

Thank you for the info... there is so much food for thought. I have studied Cayce already for decades.

I saw this recently and it ties a lot of ideas together...and it more food for thought, in more ways than one.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4n3fkTq_p0o

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Re: Pyramidology & the Astrological Ages

Post by SteveS » Fri Jan 20, 2023 8:21 am

ODdOn wrote:
…there is so much food for thought.
Indeed.
I have studied Cayce already for decades.
Yes, me too, spent 3 days at the ARE foundation studying his healing readings for people who sought his help when conventional medicines offered little help.
I saw this recently and it ties a lot of ideas together...and it more food for thought, in more ways than one.
Yes, the pole flip is one of the more popular hypothesis for catastrophists, but recently I have become convinced science has now proven along with catastrophist geology that a fragmented large comet hit Earth (mainly the continental ice sheets) sometime during the Precessional Age of Leo 12-13 thousand years ago, causing massive Earth floods from its rapid melt waters. If interested, an obscure book titled “Deadly Voyager” by James Lawrence Powell presents well documented scientific proof of several fragmented comet hits during the Younger Dryas time boundary 12-13 years ago.

I also know there is a considerable amounts of ancient lore from different ancient cultures pertaining something to do with the 4 fixed (Signs) Precessional Ages of Leo, Taurus, Aquarius, & Scorpio, particularly from Ancient Egypt. If Earth Catastrophes’ are occurring naturally on cyclical basis tied to the Precessional Cycle, these 4 fixed Precessional Signs are definitely noted by ancient cultures. They are depicted in the World Card from the Tarot, probably symbolizing something to do with our greater “World,” speaking mundanely.

As we approach the new Precessional Age of Aquarius 2376 AD, I know this: In just 3 centuries (think about this) since the Industrial Revolution, we humans with our unbelievable high tech inventions compared to the rest of known history have burned tremendous quantiles of fossil fuels which took hundreds of millions of years to accumulate, adding enough CO2 to the atmosphere to possibly change global temperature in accelerated scales, put human civilization in danger with the possibility in another 3 centuries (beginning of the Precessional Age of Aquarius) threatening humanity itself. If the 4 fixed Precessional Signs of our Zodiac have something to do with natural Cyclical World Catastrophes, then it will not take another possible pole shift or comet strike to produce another possible world catastrophe, modern world societies with its billions of people are producing this possible catastrophe itself. Our world just keeps speeding-up with its exponential rising curve as we are approaching the Precessional Age of Aquarius, maybe new high tech discoveries will be able to avoid possible catastrophe happenings in the future. Food for thought. Thanks for the feedback ODdOn. :)

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