posted on Nov, 23 2007 @ 11:44 AM
reply to post by Cythraul
Hello again, Cythraul,
Cythraul: Discoveries accounting for catastrophic global events in 10,500 BC might only show that such events occur in a predictable manner,
correlating to the swing of Orion. Could there have been a similar event in 23,500 BC? 36,500 BC, 49,500 BC? 62,500 BC?
SC: This is why I believe the Khufu Queens depict the future date c.2,500AD - it IS a cycle we are being 'warned' of. The work of Dr Paul
LaViolette explains how the core ogf our Galaxy enters an explosive phase every 10,000 years or so, sending vollies of cosmic radiation towards our
solar system. The shockwave could also nudge bollides/asteroids from the Kuipier belt into a collision course with the Earth. Sometimes bollides are
knocked into our path but most times they are not - but the cycle never changes. A good analogy is the 11-year sunspot cycle - we are aware of the
cycle but we do not know if it will actually result in a hotter summer every 11 years because sometimes it does not. However, best to have the
sunblock ready just in case.
Forewarned is forearmed.
I am not aware of such an event having occurred prior to c.10,500BC. Since there is now scientific evidence indicating a catastrophic Earth event
having occurred c.10,500BC I think this would have provided sufficient impetus for the ancients to ensure future civilisations were warned of such a
potentially catastrophic cycle, the harbinger of which is the appearance of a 'Blue Star' in the north eastern Sky.
Human civilisation may well go back far into antiquity than anyone has dared propose (with the exception of Cremo & Thompson); they may well have
observed the cyclical appearance of a Blue Star in the north eastern sky around every 13,000 years. The Blue Star most often than not comes and goes
without incident. However, last time the ancients observed the return of this 'Blue Star' (i.e. glactic core explosion) it brought with it (666
years later) a terrible calamity upon the Earth.
So, watch for the return of the 'Blue Star' - this will coincide approximately when the Orion Belt stars reach minimum culmination on the eastern
(And look at the reverse of your 1 dollar bill).