You seem to make great play of cosmology being reaffirmed or corroborated by other cultures as if to suggest if two or three different cultures say the same thing, then they can't all be wrong?
First of all they can all be wrong. Secondly, ideas are diffused to cultures. Why do you think British, Americal, Australian, New Zealanders share some cultural ideas that are similar? Because they came from a single, diffused source. That does not mean that the single source that "spread the word" was correct.
An no - you have presented no hard evidence to back up what Ed is proposing. All that has been presented here is heresay. The fact of the matter is that if you place 9 squares on a blank sheet of paper, with enough analysis, you are BOUND to find "meaningful number" and make "meaningful correspondences". This does not mean they were placed there intentionally. You have nothing but a few bague cosmology refernces that could be interpreted any which way to fit.
So yes, Laird - give me "egg in my beer". Give me the hard evidence that this information was passed on to mankind by non-human entities as you imply. Let's see it? Where's the evidence to back this up? If you cannot present the evidence of this then all you have is guess-work. And that will convince no one.