Conflicting Essays in scholarship which have been the most engaging research job I have ever done. I have also added, over the years, queries about our "dated" geology with their "computerized" confirmations together with climate changes denied since 1963. The Ten-O'clock News have been telling us to change our clocks for DSL and back again BUT no one as noticed it has been changed, more than a few years ago, from March 31 and October 31, to a week or so earlier or even a week or so later.
Saturday, March 31, 2012
Friday, March 30, 2012
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Just as it was in the earlier post:
|From NASA's Chandra Observatory: "The Hand of God”|
In the constellation "The Compass” as PSR B 1509-58
Behind the nose of that bull being "sacrificed" by Mithras, under a tree, leans a telescope of the ancient variety, a thin shaft of metal with two or more lens inside of it. It looks more like the first known gun, illustrated in L. Spague de Camp's book, Ancient Engineers. A gun that had to be jammed into the earth and leaned on a "Y" stick. It was only effective as a sudden blast of fire to frighten horses and extremely dangerous for the "gunner" himself.
Saturday, March 24, 2012
In all books mentioned, there were four disasters [p. 32] that "punished the Mayab."
are now a major part of the Mesoamerican world, one
could also say Tornadoes in other parts of the lands involved.
it was a resin from the sky, another said it was burning
turpentine. There was also a third version: that of the stinging
of wasps, hornets, and bees that destroyed the tribes of the
wooden manikins, mentioned as much later out of context.
Friday, March 23, 2012
Thursday, March 22, 2012
The Great Migration westward disappeared in history because "there was no knowledge of the New World before Columbus discovered it." The interesting thing about it all is that there are multiple records about this migration westward, some in Traditional Lore, some in Mythic Tales of impossible feats of heroes in different lands, and a very similar appearances of "Granddaughters of the Sun" in various government takeovers on the Eurasian and African continents.
Recently, there has been a renewal of comparisons between pyramids in the New World and those in the "Old." But that is getting ahead of the process of tracking this research project.
Dropping out of the Aztec/Maya world (I thought) for almost twenty years, I explored Latin and Greeks texts. I took a seminar course with one Greek professor, who seemed to understand my research style, and he insisted that I take Arabic Philosophy as a companion course to what he offered and he would grade me, based on the Philosophy course. I insisted on doing small research projects through his course also.
What happened, was I received two grades for the two classes and was pleased about that. The Philosophy course led me to investigate other languages, one of which consisted of ancient Chinese characters. The more important aspect of Philosophy led to the stars which actually referred to one or more Chinese characters, thus not very important in the main research project. However, the Chinese investigation did turn up information about the Muslims in China during the VIII century AD and produced two monuments of Xian that contained an apology on the back of each that referred to a star disaster that necessitated living in caves. This also, was filed away in my notes with no apparent connection to anywhere except the stars from an unknown time and an unknown event.
(To be Continued)
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
An effort to get back on track.
Previous posts were tidbits from the trail that I used from 1975 to now to acquire the unexpected information I found recently in the Popol Vuh, that of an astronomical event in the VII century AD. All the official records are skewed in favor of either
""NO Way could the Maya have created, in such an awesome detail, all the
components of a star event. They were great primitive astronomers, but they
could never compete with modern astronomy.""
Of course, it is sheer nonsense to think that all men in the Americas were so primitive that they could never have understood anything we know today as astronomy.
The first thing I learned was that von Daniken's book (and the later 1973-4 film), Chariot of the Gods, was misplaced information with no common sense used to put the pieces together. It favored aliens from outer space, so we believed this and persisted to became the first to walk on the moon and boy, we were the greatest in Space. We sent up over 90 shuttles so far and thought we really were getting somewhere. . . . except that the Universe was much more expansive than originally believed.
My next step was a research project that produced a 140 page document which attempted to tie together all those "similar" tales in various parts of the world. What surprised me, even at that raw stage of research, was that there had been a huge migration toward the west, from the Isla de las Cedras that began on the west coast of the Americas after the disastrous star event. People wanted to get out the land that betrayed their faith in the permanence and stability of the mountains. However, many survivors decided to remain and reconstructed their lives as well as they could. (To be continued)