this post is two fold. first to bring your attention to this thread
after you watch the 6 videos he's provided,
come back here and read the following:
indicates the all seeing eye, and the author of the videos seems to think the work is referencing the galactic center having an active event.
i believe the all seeing eye is a wormhole and that it created the universe. and that it is, in ancient texts, consistently used to reference
wormholes of various sizes, some of them natural, some of them artificially generated with devices. one in particular, i call the eye of ra (different
subject somewhat). the one at the center of our galaxy is not the eye of ra. but this video puts the concept of the all seeing eye, creating the
universe, into perspective
(this is the full video, the previous ones i linked were partial)
so we're right back to the idea that there are objects that have been responsible for creation events in our history. super massive blackholes
"create" entire galaxies. smaller wormholes, some of which are harnessed or artificially generated, brought us here from out there. somewhere.
i'm starting to lean more toward the pleiades as the general location of our home planets.
here's a brief review of the data and some additional info as well:
i'm thinking sitchin's "solar system" is not a solar system but the pleaides, primarily because the sumerians used a different cuneiform glyph for
sun than for star. and none of the stars in the cylinder seal in question, are depicted with the sun glyph.
now if THAT's the pleaides, we are one step closer to figuring this thing out.
here's a pdf of the cylinder seal with evidence that the central, larger star is not the sun. www.sitchiniswrong.com...
what do you think? could the central star be drawing attention to one star in particular? the data on pleiades say they are all blue stars. our sun is
a white star. blue stars are colder stars. not sure what that means in planetary speak though
it's also interesting to note that they are designated as "tauri" this and tauri that. now THAT's an odd coincedence that i hadn't even thought
of. naturally they are tauri, they are in the constellation taurus. but well, sometimes the obvious just goes whoosh right over ye olde grey
Name ----Pronunciation (IPA & respelling)-----Designation---- Apparent
Alcyone /ælˈsaɪ.əniː/ al-SYE-ə-nee Eta (25) Tauri 2.86 B7IIIe
Atlas /ˈætləs/ AT-ləs 27 Tauri 3.62 B8III
Electra /ɪˈlɛktrə/ i-LEK-trə 17 Tauri 3.70 B6IIIe
Maia /ˈmeɪə, ˈmaɪə/ MAY-ə, MYE-ə 20 Tauri 3.86 B7III
Merope /ˈmɛrəpiː/ MERR-ə-pee 23 Tauri 4.17 B6IVev
Taygeta /teɪˈɪdʒɪtə/ tay-IJ-i-tə 19 Tauri 4.29 B6V
Pleione /ˈplaɪ.əniː/ PLYE-ə-nee 28 (BU) Tauri 5.09 (var.) B8IVep
Celaeno /sɪˈliːnoʊ/ sə-LEE-noh 16 Tauri 5.44 B7IV
Sterope, Asterope /ˈstɛrɵpiː, əˈstɛrɵpiː/ (ə)-STERR-o-pee 21 and 22 Tauri 5.64;6.41 B8Ve/B9V
— — 18 Tauri 5.65 B8V
^list of tauri designations of pleiades stars
and what wiki has to say about stargate sg 1's "Tau'ri"
what's the planet name for the first place they gate to ? they don't say in the film but in the tv series, it's abydos (egyptian, abdju, pronounced
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