posted on Dec, 15 2010 @ 11:49 PM
So then, can we agree, based on the facts, that it is not so unlikely, that this knowledge was know to a few studious few who understood what was
going on on a more particular basis than the average common folk, we can also assume, that those few could have used this knowledge and stage several
events to occur in a precise moment in time, such as in an eclipse?
maybe they didn't know the exact time, as they didn't have the concept of hours, having moire a sense of "moments", but still, had scales to
measure specific moments through time, such as the behavior of animals and certain plants.
The importance of timekeeping and eclipse chronology served several purposes, and one of them was to legitimize the connection of god to the highs
priests of the ruling elite, and help keep the flock in check.
I´ve seen a few solar eclipses in my life, and the energy in the people and the environment in general does feel different, knowing what it is does
not make it any less impressive!