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.

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Orion's Belt or the Summer Triangle (Continued)

From NASA's Chandra Observatory: "The Hand of God”
In the constellation "The Compass” as  PSR B 1509-58
The difference between the two legs of the Milky Way (which may be only one leg turned upside-down) has been a thorn in the side of the church for a long time.  The problem is and always has been: Where did these acts of the Creator come from: Orion and his belt of three stars or from the Beautiful Rose Tree as the Summer Triangle, another set of three hearthstone stars that suddenly rose into the sky when the burning rains destroyed the homes of the Maya? How can so many stars as those in the Milky Way rise so quickly?

We do know where  Hubble found the "Hand of God." This recent nebula find has been so-named by NASA since it does look like a hand.   It is the nebula called PSR B 1509-58 in the constellation near the South Pole called The Compass." However, a "hand" in the Middle East can mean a "phallus" creator, once named Kronos of Greek Lore.

What… not the Middle East?  In a very round-about way, Yes, it is from the Middle East, or more accurately, from Egyptian god forms as they crossed the Mediterranean Sea to Greece, as Osiris whose main symbol is a phallic "bone." an idiom of strength [a bone, or god elememt, that never existed].

So, did the "Hand of God" have anything to do with the re-creation of the earth?

A Persian monument [found in Rome possibly], that of Mithras killing the bull, one of three versions illustrated in the book of G. Sesti, (1991) called The Glorious Constellations, History and Mythology.  One panel contains the image of that nebula that NASA called the "Hand of God," as meteorites sped away from it. The correct panel of the three illustrated by G. Sesti is shown by the position of the "Twins" on the left side. They are holding their torches correctly, one is held up and the other is facing downwards. The animal with the “ear” is not a Bull nor is it Taurus. It is only an imaginary animal with a “forked tail."

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. 

The telescope in the Mithras panel leans on the same type of "Y" stick, but it is not a primitive gun, it is a telescope, before Europeans learned how to make their own. Was the “Y” tail of the animal indicating that it too was mythological, but not Taurus. Was the panel created during the emergence of spear-like guns?

So there is the tale that Mithras, born of a stone egg, as were many main gods of the Americas, came from the sky as a flaming meteorite, [the "torch" held upside-down,] just as the Aztec, Huitzilopochtli, the Hummingbird of the South and  Psammitichus as the Peruvian Great Creator, Viracocha, This title,  vira cocha which means "have given you a soul"  [de la Vega, Gracilasco. (1961)  The Incas:  The Royal Commentaries of the Inca] is very similar to a Hawaiian concept found in  Chant Eight: line 595-96  "The spirit of the child was created by URI, the Holy Mother;" its soul was created" in the Spiritual Country of God [T[K]ane]." [Melville, Leinani (1969) Children of the Rainbow. 

A Hawaiian word pili-lua happens to be the name of a pair of stars said to bring "opelu.'  [ meaning 'a spade or digging implement';  lu meaning 'to scatter or to throw ashes.'  [Hawaiian Dicitonary (1986)It appears to refer to "the star of the Old Fire God" [He who has a triangle for his gut] and "the blazng star of fire" in the bowl tied to his forehead.] Meteorites tend to "dig" great holes in the earth with ease, and "fire" creates "burning ashes" that sting just as hornets, wasps or bees do. 

So between several cultures along the path of the Great Migration, there is a series of idioms that apply to the stars indirectly, yet, all seems to infer the same elements from the sky above.  None refer to the mythic Elliptic or Galactic "crossroads of the sky," but to a very visible  star, as it was disintegrating, \ within the path or trajectory of  twin comets. (To Be Continued)

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