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You have Cygnus as the important connection of a few things which has its insurmountable reflection in the layout of the Giza pyramids...that's a wonderful recreation that strips Orion's belt stars of their importance..

Seriously, there is room for the working of both asterisms on Giza!

Orion seems to me to be tied to time . . . It is the asterism which lines up "exactly" and with the Milky Way arms as the Nile River at 10,500 bc. . . . Orion rises and falls as an asterism, but its importance in ancient mythos and teachings of ancient humans is not dismissable. The Great Man strides in the stars, holds Leo up to Tarus, and carries the Hero Twins in his other hand!

The fact that the base image with Gemini just looks so much like a DMT molecule adds to the mystique.
Orion Nebula also holds a 'blind embryo' formed cloud structure, rather obvious if you have the image from the Southern Observatory.


On the map . . . Only in our time of flat maps?? !!! Really ... think in 3D ... it works!!

There is a book on the whole of Giza mapped to the stars! . . .

Glad you are with us, assessing the icebergs, checking the melt water, and wondering about the big picture.
There are LOTS of volcanos along one edge of Antarctica. .. just an FYI, if you live on a coast!

Imvho, the provenance of Cygnus, the possible Vessel of Hamsa, originates much, much farther back in time!

I do believe the avian species came into their own in the mythos for humanity back before the dinosaurs left us. The "bird god" was a staple of living myth at a certain age (Rapa Nui), but the conception of this path, the 4 legged serpent with wings serving in the House of Sokar, the serpent spoken of when the Dreamtime was given to the peoples of the Kimberly, . . .
. . .
This might have been actualized during the time when the circles which Tellinger speaks of were being attended by masses of Adamu hybred humans --- mining gold there. They were swept away by the comet flood which brought the Younger Dryas.
And, there is a huge, huge crater under Antarctica, possibly caused the Earth slippage?
But the main Sumerian lookout for the comet they knew was coming, that was on the southern tip of Africa.

That great mass of humans which kept Enlil from sleeping!! ... That mass of slaves breeding with his people (?) . . .

And, having reached (?) critical mass, were summarily dismissed from existence, the template stored as a ME!!
Good work, Enki-EA, let's start over!


Possible our 11 year solar cycle is tied to a red dwarf star which is somehow orbiting in its own area, but tied to our sun?
Comes around every 33,000++ years ... darkens the sky . . . Could change the color of our atmosphere to red?
Spoken of in old myths. . .

Our sun's invisible binary companion . . ???

Enter another iceberg!

Breath is the courser and
Mind is the rider.
~Zoroaster

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Some comparable Denisovan considerations 2827 drew 08-Jul-18 04:54
Re: Some comparable Denisovan considerations 538 Andrew Collins Author 08-Jul-18 16:38
Re: Some comparable Denisovan considerations 501 drew 08-Jul-18 22:00
Re: Some comparable Denisovan considerations & I beg to differ . . 524 SallyA 09-Jul-18 02:12
Re: Some comparable Denisovan considerations & I beg to differ . . 515 drew 09-Jul-18 02:33
Re: Some comparable Denisovan culture (unknown?) . . and much more 511 SallyA 09-Jul-18 03:41
Re: Some comparable Denisovan culture (unknown?) . . and much more 494 Andrew Collins Author 09-Jul-18 21:52
Re: Some comparable Denisovan considerations & I beg to differ . . 535 Andrew Collins Author 09-Jul-18 21:44
Re: Some comparable Denisovan considerations & I beg to differ . . 517 Thunderbird 23-Jul-18 18:32
Re: Some off topic . . considerations . . the sound eye .. the 3rd eye 537 SallyA 24-Jul-18 18:00
Re: Some off topic . . considerations . . EIGENSTATES . . 482 SallyA 24-Jul-18 18:49
Re: Some off topic . . considerations . . EIGENSTATES . . 501 Thunderbird 25-Jul-18 01:55
Re: Some off topic . . considerations . . ■○■ . . 478 SallyA 25-Jul-18 04:08
Re: Some off topic . . worth reading . . this url . . . 487 SallyA 25-Jul-18 04:22
Re: Blame the Interstellar cloud 500 Thunderbird 25-Jul-18 17:58
Re: Blame the Interstellar cloud 475 SallyA 25-Jul-18 20:08
Re: Earth Changes 782 Thunderbird 26-Jul-18 01:14
Re: Some off topic . . considerations . . the sound eye .. the 3rd eye 489 Thunderbird 25-Jul-18 01:28
Re: Some off topic . . considerations . . the sound eye .. the 3rd eye ... more 491 SallyA 25-Jul-18 03:33
Re: Some comparable Denisovan considerations & I beg to differ . . 506 Andrew Collins Author 09-Jul-18 21:46
Re: Some comparable Denisovan considerations & I beg to differ . . 515 drew 10-Jul-18 06:30
Someone Published 519 Andrew Collins Author 13-Jul-18 23:41
Re: Someone Published 471 drew 15-Jul-18 06:04
Re: Someone Published. again must beg to differ .. 486 SallyA 16-Jul-18 21:28
Re: Someone Published. again must beg to differ .. 497 Andrew Collins Author 23-Jul-18 13:49
Re: Some comparable Denisovan considerations & Tanit symbolic plaque, 487 SallyA 09-Jul-18 18:06
Re: Some comparable Denisovan considerations & Tanit symbolic plaque, 520 Andrew Collins Author 09-Jul-18 21:54
Re: Some comparable Denisovan considerations & I beg to differ . . 526 Andrew Collins Author 09-Jul-18 21:50
Re: Some comparable Denisovan considerations 689 Andrew Collins Author 09-Jul-18 21:41
Re: Some comparable Denisovan considerations 491 drew 09-Jul-18 22:35
Re: Some comparable Denisovan considerations 493 SallyA 10-Jul-18 23:45
Re: Orion and Cygnus and a mathematical consideration to perhaps shed more light on Rosteau! 500 SallyA 22-Jul-18 02:48
Re: Orion and Cygnus and a mathematical consideration to perhaps shed more light on Rosteau! 497 Andrew Collins Author 23-Jul-18 13:55
Thank you Andrew 515 drew 09-Jul-18 21:04
Re: Thank you Andrew 516 Andrew Collins Author 09-Jul-18 21:56
Re: Thank you Andrew 564 SallyA 10-Jul-18 23:59
Re: Some comparable Denisovan considerations 536 Eddie Larry 14-Jul-18 00:20
Re: Some comparable Denisovan considerations 500 drew 15-Jul-18 06:11
Re: Some comparable Denisovan considerations & I beg to differ . . again 496 SallyA 24-Jul-18 19:17
Re: Some comparable Denisovan considerations .. Ralph Ellis 506 SallyA 24-Jul-18 19:04


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