Friday, April 30, 2021

Re-Presenting: Design Behind the Ancient Mysteries Part 2

Part 2 of "Design Behind the Ancient Mysteries". You should note, with grateful astonishment (as I did, when I discovered each one), the number of ancient mysteries (both known, and ignored up to now, by science) that are casually explained in these posts.

There are elements of obvious design around both the ENP and its southern counterpart, the ecliptic south pole (ESP), showing that the ecliptic axis--and the orbit of the Earth--was designed to be where it now is. Immediately surrounding the ENP (Figure 3) is a highly symmetrical truncated pyramid of stars (Xi, Epsilon, Psi1 and Zeta, all in Draco), with the ENP within 0.5 degree of its very center (Figure 5).

Figure 5--The truncated pyramid around the ENP.

This precise pyramid shape was responsible for the “nemes” headdress of ancient Egypt, worn by all the Pharaohs and the Great Sphinx at Giza (Figure 6), and it was also the shape once given to the Egyptian goddess Nut, who represented the overarching sky (Figure 7).

Figure 6--The nemes headdress on Pharaoh Ra ‘djedef and on the Sphinx at Giza.

Figure 7--The Egyptian sky goddess Nut in the shape of the nemes.

The very name "nemes" for this shape inside the precession circle, or sacred "garden", is of central importance, for in Greek mythology also the term “nemes” or “nemea” occurs, in the same sacred contexts we have already observed, both as the sacred “grove” (literally, a tree-garden) of one or another high god or goddess (e.g., “Nemean Diana”, “Nemean Zeus”) and as “Nemesis”, the wrathful purveyor of divine justice (just as the circle and line were the symbol of Shamash’s divine justice). In fact, the author has shown (in "The End of the Mystery") that the lion-bodied Sphinx with its nemes headdress stands as an ancient image of the "Nemean lion"--the object of the first of the "Twelve Labors of Hercules" in Greek myth--the original of which was the recumbent-lion shape of the constellation Leo (as many have guessed but no one has before proven): The recumbent lion image was an Egyptian hieroglyph today transliterated as "rw", which however the ancient Egyptians themselves used to stand for the "l" in non-Egyptian words (as in the names "Ptolemy" and "Cleopatra"), and which the author has demonstrated could be pronounced "lee-ooh" or "leo" (the "leo" portion of "Cleopatra" itself was sometimes written hieroglyphically by the "rw"-lion "l" symbol followed by the symbol today transliterated as "w", which the author has shown was originally pronounced "ee-ooh"--"you"--and "ee-oh"); the Egyptians thus knew the lion by the same name, "leo", we know today.

The extended curve of Draco within the northern precession circle gave rise to the oriental “tai chi”, or “yin/yang” symbol, and Draco along with the brightest stars of Ursa Major (i.e., the bowl of the Big Dipper) became both the Azure Dragon of China (Figure 8) and the Feathered Serpent of Meso-America, and other similar representations.

Figure 8--The “tai chi” (yin/yang) design and the Azure Dragon.

(Again, there is not room here to present all the overwhelming evidence. For example, the identification of the origin of the "tai chi" is proved not just from the precise geometrical fit shown in the figure, but by the meanings given every representative of the precession circle in world myths, and by the very names given those representatives. The precession circle was known worldwide as the "eternal way": With the ENP at its center, it was the "way of the tree of life", the boundary of Eden of Genesis 3:24. The word for "way" in Egypt was "ta"--plural "tau"--and in the Orient, "tao"; also, in Genesis 3:24, just quoted, the word used for the “way” of the tree of life is “derek,” from the root “da-rak,” in which “ta” can be clearly seen as “da.” From other evidence, the author has shown that the circle of the precession around the ENP was most probably "jw-ta", or "ju-ta", meaning the "way of divine justice", hence such names as the Egyptian "Duat"--or "ju-at"--for the home of the gods, "Zeus" or "Ju-piter" for the most high god, "jew", from "judah", and if one reads the syllables in the reverse order, "ta-jw", or "tai-chi". The “w” in “jw”, the author has shown, was originally “ee-oh” or “ee-ooh”, or “eu” as in “Zeus,” and of the words proceeding from the root “jw-ta,” in many languages, some retained the “ooh” or “u” sound, while others the “ee.” This explains the name “Giza”--pronounced “jee-za” by the Arabs to this day--for the pyramid and sphinx complex outside Cairo, Egypt, for the author has shown that this complex, located at the center of the circular arc of the Nile delta to the north, was meant to represent the ENP at the center of the precession circle, thus it was named after that circle “jw-ta,” or “jee-za”. The "tai-chi" is known as the symbol of "eternal return", a name which applies perfectly and uniquely to the precession circle, at every level of study, from the purely visual image, through its central, physical significance, to its deepest symbolic meaning. The precession circle was in this regard represented as the Wheel of Fortune, the "way of life" to which the soul of man was eternally bound, eternally returning, until he advanced sufficiently to escape it.)

The author has calculated the probability that the ENP should be at the center of such obvious designs (not all of which have been mentioned here), by chance alone, to be less than one in a million million million. This amazing physical fact, indicating deliberate design not just of the Earth’s orbit but the entire solar system, is in perfect harmony with the mythological traditions around the world, which speak of a "birth of the new gods" (led by "Zeus", for example, and represented by the planets) and of a succession of Suns, or of the “runaway” or “death” of an earlier Sun--the Greek tale of Phaethon, for example, or the Norse Ragnarok--in which much of the Earth was said to have been burned up.

There is also design evident around the ecliptic south pole, or ESP, the southern counterpart to the ENP (Figure 9). The Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) is just beside the ESP, but much more exciting is the Small Magellanic Cloud (SMC), which is just at the rim of the southern precession circle, and incorporates an actual, precise pointer, both to the circle and its center.

Figure 9--Design indicated around the ESP.

End of Part 2

No comments:

Post a Comment