One WOrld - One Religion - One Story ... Different Perceptions
Cracking the Code
One thing about ancient civilizations that has always baffled me is their knowledge for Astronomy. Astronomy is the oldest of the physical sciences. It was developed in ancient times from what we claim today was curiosity about day and night, the Sun, the Moon, and the Stars. Tens of thousands of visible stars follow similar paths around the Galaxy, and this fixed point in the sky is now known as the North Celestial Pole. Ancient Egypt, China, Central America, Mesopotamia and anywhere else populated by people conducted surveys. The first astronomers recorded their data on stone tablets, or temple walls. Today we know that the Ancients had even built entire structures that align with specific astronomical events (Blog Button to the left, to watch and discuss: Alignment of Ancient Sites, video) Arguably, the first known star catalog, containing over 800 stars, was created in China, about 350 B.C., after Shih Shen. I don't understand how we can claim to be the smartest era of civilization. When we try to break it down and understand, we can’t. The Dogon people of Mali knew about Sirius B and C 6000 years ago, where we just found evidence of the later in the 90’s, is that a fluke? The Mayans were only fractions of a second off of the full year on multiple planets, compared to our current measurements. My bet is that the Mayans are the ones who are right. Western Europeans didn’t even know the world was round for 3 millennia. Then, there is Giza, Xi’an of China, Teotihuacan of Mexico (that just happens to share the same base as Giza and exactly ½ the height), or Bosnia’s Sun and Moon Temple all pointing directly at Orion's Belt at the same point in history. We had Stonehenge in England, Ireland's Newgrange, and Big Horn Medicine Wheel in Wyoming. We Had the Caracol Temple on the Yucatan Peninsula, Nabta in Egypt, dating back 6000 years; Aztecs, Incas, and Mayans - Wheels, Temples, Pyramids, Obelisks, and Stones that turn sound into energy. Rings that shoot incredible amounts of energy frequencies out of the ground (ps. Michael Tellinger; personally I believe that’s how plateaus are made). Ancient ruins that tell solstices, astronomical cycles, time, galactic weather, tidal and river levels, the ability to foretell crops production, zodiac signs, calendars, folklore and mythology, Records of asteroids, meteors, mythological beings and planets, shooting stars, religions and supernovas. There is no denying, that our ancestors had an incredible knowledge and fascination for the sky.
The Sumerians were among the first Astronomers mapping the stars into sets of constellations (many you will find in the zodiac calendar) they were also recognized by the Ancient Greeks. Many people believe the Sumerians laid the foundations, not only in Astronomy, but in the development of humanity. It was in Sumerian tradition that first had a cycle. That caught the eye of the western civilizations, with its ups and downs in the evolution of the human race. This planetary roller coaster ride was not only recognized in Mesopotamia, but in China, India, Central and South America. At one point or another, it has been acknowledged by every intelligent civilization in the world. Whether it is the Yuga Calendar, a great year with golden, silver, bronze, and iron age. Whether it's lack of technologies as we slip into a Dark Age, or if you want to use any one of the zodiac calendars, it can’t be ignored. It's recognized all over the world, because it’s happened all over the world.
Everything you touch, your eyes see, ears hear, and your mouth can taste, has recently been proven to be some form of energy. Energy is the creator of all matter, it fills the world and it fills the voids, we call space. It can come in many frequencies, densities and temperatures. If you haven’t heard this before, let me assure you, we know very little about energy. We don’t know how gravity works; we have never seen an electron, nor do we know if they even exist. I believe it's only a negative charge, like when you are in a hot room and you walk into a space that is cold. We are taught space is empty, but I assure you it is not. If it was, the Sun would literally have to shoot photons at the earth like a gun, instead of sending the charge through the air as rays. The sun is electric, not a ball of gas (Hence, the planetary electromagnetic connections). If you have doubts with what I am saying because our entire education system teaches something else please, I encourage you to investigate yourself. Ask any educated scientist or physicist, and you will find out for yourself the truth about an atom’s electron. (Check out my blog, CERN movie ) and you will see why the Sun is 400 times the diameter of the Moon and 400 times farther away (Makes you wonder how big Mars is supposed to be, huh?) The problem with this, is that you don’t find these things out until you are in post-secondary education, with the right professor, at an Ivy League University, this excludes the majority. So, we take our education as it comes, from our trusted teachers, who were taught the same things that they are teaching us. Meanwhile, we are fed unproven theories based on other unproven theories causing them to be so complex that not even an educated Mathematician has a clue what they are saying by the conclusion, continuing to believe it's beyond them, limiting their own cognition and education.
The point is, ASK QUESTIONS. There is no reason to fear our history. We are to the point that we can and will have to face the fact that we were once cognitively more intelligent than we are today. Think of the world as a garden. That garden is going to grow differently depending upon its external influences. Our world is the same way. Just as the sun gives us light and heat, the UV rays give life to the garden, the rains allow nutrients from the soil to absorb into the water it drinks and helps to grow strong. If your garden gets more sunlight, it will obviously grow differently than if it gets less sunlight. Sometimes more, sometimes less, but it will surely affect it. Same thing with our planet on a much greater scale. There are times as we travel around the Milky Way, when we get more or less energy from the stars that surround us. There are times when we are closer to the other planets, different phases of the moon, and conjunctions between two or more planetary objects where the energies on earth are different. Energy that has enough strength to lock our solar system’s planets in an orbit from only light minutes away is amazing, but to lock our magnetic North Pole from 400 light years away is unfathomable to comprehend. Those galactic energies that we take for granted every day, as just tiny dots in the night- sky, control this planet. We lose some jungles, and there's a little less vegetation for the snails to eat, which in turn, affects the birds and lizards. If there are less birds and lizards, there may be more ants chewing down the plants causing less rodents and mammals to fulfill their position in the food chain. Less mammals will mean more competition for carnivores. It's all one big circle of life and it can come right back around and take away our nutrition; Sunlight, causing our DNA to make a vital decision to turn off the less vital survival properties of our body. Below is the third part to my three part Documentary about all that I have studied, learned, hypothesized and concluded. I find It very important to share this wealth of knowledge with people. Essentially, We need to adapt to the changes of the world because changing the world to adapt to us is killing it.