posted on Aug, 10 2009 @ 04:18 AM
reply to post by the_plumber
Good post and vid - thank you.
Plumber: Have you ever thought about the effect the center of our galaxy (which is a massive black hole) has on the Earth's precession? In
other words, would this black hole cause a shift in the axis of the Earth? And, wouldn't this be a cyclical event that occurs twice during a 'full'
SC: Yes, I am aware of this theory and think it has possibilities. I also consider the work of Dr Paul LaViolette as possible in which he proposes
that the core of our galaxy enters an explosive phase every 10-13 thousand years with potentially catastrophic results for the Earth with the Kuipier
belt becoming a shooting gallery with asteroids blasted all over the place, a number of them perhaps having Earth's name on them.
In this scenario what we have is a cyclical time-span for a particular event to occur, a cycle that seems to be indicated in the Giza star-clock. Of
course there is no evidence - as far as I know - that tells us that the Earth is bombarded with these asteroids/bollides every 10-13 thousand years.
So, although the catalyst mechanism (the galactic core explosions or the Earth moving in line with the galactic plane) is a predictable cycle, the
fallout from such an event (i.e. asteroids being blasted in all directions, some with Earth's name on them) is entirely random - most times we will
probably pass through such critical phases relatively unscathed whilst on other occasions (think dino extinctions) the Earth might not be so lucky.
The Giza star-clock tells us the times to watch out for and these times coincide roughly with the culminations of the Orion belt stars i.e. 666 years
after maximum or minimum culmination. The next date to watch out for (and prepare ourselves for) according to the Giza star-clock is the year 3,126CE
which is the start time of a critical phase for the Earth that lasts around 1700 years.
At this time ensure you have built for yourself a strong, secure shelter on high ground, ensure you have plenty of supplies and above all, keep a boat
or two nearby for a precarious trip in a flooded world.
Well, whadaya know - I've just described precisely what Khufu did!
[edit on 10/8/2009 by Scott Creighton]