posted on Feb, 19 2004 @ 06:34 PM
Here's my theory on the Hall of Records and Atlantis, atleast for today
The constellation Orion is a constellation everyone recognise. It was the first thing HuHu, the lion shaped creator God of ancient Egypt, who is
probably exactly the same God we know from the Bible, created. A constellation that few people knows about, however, is the constellation just below
and to the right of Orion. When you combine the Throne of Orion and the constellation Eridanus, and turn your head about 90 degrees to your right, you
get the shape of a Sphinx-like figure, even with the Crown of Egypt on it's head. It looks like a perfect illustration for the first creation of
HuHu. Or was it the other way around. Well, we know from this Cayce dude, that there is supposedly a mysterious Hall of Records burried below the
right paw of the Sphinx, where the history of Atlantis is supposed to be written down. I sincerely doubt that this Hall of Records has anything to do
with the Sphinx or the Pyramids at all, and nothing about a mysterious civilisation on Earth which sunk in the sea. I believe that the whole thing is
about how we came here and where we came from. For you see, below the paw of the Sphinx like constellation just below Orion, you find the
constellation the Romans have been stupid enough to call the Great Dog or Canis Major. And within Canis Major, you find the galaxy which is closest to
Earth, only 42,000 lightyears away.
Like I showed in an earlier post in anorther thread, the word in the Bible translated flood can also mean Heaven or Cosmos, or like it is often
translated in Psalms: The Sea of Heaven. Mayim (plural) is the word for Flood and the Seas of Heaven. Shamayim is the word for Heavens. Is the story
about the alledged Hall of Records just a referance to the Canis galaxy? And is this where Atlantis was? And the sea which swallowed it space?
It is also interresting to note that Mayim (Flood) in singular would be Mayah or Maya. Which reminds me about my still going strong theory that
Atlantis was nothing else than the American continent, and the story about how it sunk in the sea is just the typical confusion you get when an
uneducated man should explain what a sailor told him about how when you are on the sea, whole continents may look as if they sink into the sea because
of how the Earth is globular.
[Edited on 19-2-2004 by Hamilton]