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Astronomy and Climatology Superwave Theory Predictions and Their Subsequent Verification

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posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 02:35 PM
For those of you who have never heard of LaViolette I would thoroughly recommend reading just a little of his work. Because lets face it. For the last ten or so years everyone and their dog has been jumping on the 2012 genre.
This man "LaViolette" has been writing on this subject since 1980.
Here we see some of his hypotheses

Prediction No. 1 (1980 - 83): In his Ph.D. dissertation, LaViolette hypothesized that galactic core explosions recur about every 10,000 years and last for several hundred to a few thousand years. He was the first to suggest such a short recurrence time for galactic core explosions and that our own Galactic core undergoes Seyfert-like explosions with similar frequency.

Prediction No. 12 (1979): LaViolette discovered that the ancient star lore connected with the Sagittarius and Scorpius constellations indicated the location of the Galactic center, conveyed the idea of an explosive outburst, and specified a significant past date of 13,865 ± 150 years B.C. which also is encoded in the ancient Egyptian Dendereh zodiac. Also LaViolette found that myths, customs and esoteric lore descendent from prehistoric times indicated that cosmic rays from a Galactic core explosion catastrophically affect the Earth and solar system in recurrent cycles with the most recent event occurring near the end of the last ice age. He wrote up this idea in an unpublished paper in 1979 and formally published these ideas in 1995 and 1997 in his books Beyond the Big Bang and Earth Under Fire. In Earth Under Fire he also connected Mayan cosmology and World Ages with the Galactic center and Galactic superwave events. He began discovering these associations around 1987.

Honestly I cant believe people are not picking up on this.
What is wrong with these kind of post's ? Are they too scientific?

[edit on 23-1-2009 by foremanator]

posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 03:06 PM
Wow. That's some pretty dense reading.

And knowing this, I cannot envision what I would change in my life - since it sounds as if there is not much I can do about it. It will be what it will be.

Thanks for the link, though. It makes for some excellent speculation.

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