Wayne Herschel is the author of the book 'The Hidden Records'. Here on this his website, he explores the matching star pattern in the Solomon Key parchment that is duplicated in his book. According to Wayne Herschel, the controversial and very ancient Hebrew Key of Solomon talisman is a well thought out puzzle. The interpretation of its star inscriptions matches the theme of the King Solomon Testament codex identifying 'demons' encoded as real stars. It seems to be a star map showing the way to one single very important 'blazing' star of the heavenly deities, the star of David. The hypothesis is supported with a previously unrecognised worldwide ancient collection of the same star pattern obsession, identifying the same proverbial 'x' star that marks the spot. A clear spiritual uplifting message also associates with it. The Solomon Key encryptions and the matching global collection of a recurrent ancient star map, statistically speaking, are now indisputable pieces of data. Without a doubt, it will soon be put to the test by historians and astronomers, even it if frustrates them to consider the obvious: That we have never been alone in this universe.
The source of the Solomon Key parchment with its forgotten symbol is Middle Eastern. It is both sacred and pure. Its encrypted message will challenge everything we thought we knew about our origins.
The seal of Solomon is the legendary scroll seal King Solomon apparently wore on his ring. It has been reconstructed here. The symbol it displays became The Star of David, a very sacred Hebrew symbol.
Around 300 years after the crucifixion of The Christ, Roman Emperor Constantine was the one who introduced Christianity as it stands to this day. Constantine claimed to have had an encounter that would be classed as a paranormal event today. It occurred before an important battle. He was visited by brightly dressed beings that came down from the heavens. The important message to him and his imposing army involved the witnessing of a sacred cross formation seen in the sky. He was told about its significance and that if he celebrated its importance, he would be triumphant. He subsequently decreed that his army’s shields be decorated with the cross insignia that is referred to as the Labarum or Chi-Rho.
When it comes to the Matthew gospel, scholars are still at loggerheads over whether the three ‘wise’ Magi or ‘Kings’ who supposedly came from the east, is an accurate interpretation. Many say they were probably not even people at all.
What appears conclusive from earlier scholars and Wayne Herschel’s new research here, is that this codex contains a dramatised fictional mythological account of how the ancients interpreted secret knowledge of the stars. The description of the “demons” and their so-called “binding” are the means to identify real star constellations. In some cases angels are mentioned and these are probably real celestial visitors who were teachers of the star secret. Their technology seemed to produce miracles that were seen to be magic.
The Dendera zodiac disc at the temple of Hathor at Dendera, up until now has had scholars argue inconclusively about its complete meaning. It has at it centre, what appears to be a clear representation of the genesis of the “Wain”/thigh constellation (Pleiades). The stars’ “birth” created so to speak from the Hippo goddess Tawaret’s womb, and hence the reason for its positioning in the most important place in the disc.
The star secret has most likely been so well protected over the millennia that only a few centuries ago the new inheritors of the encoded manuscripts obviously did not get a chance to learn how to decode it. Who were the inheritors of the encoded manuscripts? The Vatican and secret society perhaps?