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The mythologies told by ancient civilizations… their gods… were really the planets. Yes, those itsy bitsy points of light most of us cannot recognize in the evening sky were the planets the ancients were talking about. They told tall tales because those tales actually happened during their time! And don’t you call them imaginative or superstitious, it’s not their fault most of 20th century humans are too inept to understand their clear message.
21st century information and world travel technology to the rescue. Comparative mythologists, plasma physicists, astronomers and people of various disciplines communicate and get together to unify and clarify the myth and the science. A new paradigm is born. Born to benefit all of mankind, that touches all the sciences profoundly. This changes everything.
I’ve been teaching my own children. Do you know the story of Noah’s ark your mother keeps repeating at bedtime to you? That is a true story. The flood story is a historical fact. In India they had Manu and his wise men who also knew of the flood and they survived. Did you know that what mother said about the top of the statue turning red meant that it was time for the flood? Historically the story must mean when the sun turns red. The problem is, at that time, there were 2 suns. The stationary sun – the primary sun – the sun that stays day and night – was the planet Saturn. The sun we know that rises in the east and sets in the west is the second sun. Yes children, before the great flood, the earth had 2 suns. And what is great about it is I show them the 3rd video that has a computer generated representation of Saturn. When Saturn exploded and left for a farther orbit, the great flood commenced.
See the 3 video excerpts of David Talbott’s Symbols of an Ancient Sky:
Symbols of an Alien Sky, Part One
Symbols of an Alien Sky, Part Two
Symbols of an Alien Sky, Part Three
Why am I obsessed with posting this topic?
At the age of 7, I began an interest in astronomy, reading and actual observations.
As I grew older, I learned first hand how to identify stars, constellations and planets and use star maps and telescopes.
In college I read about the mathematical theories about space and time and big bang and hypothesis about planetary formation, star formation, and life on earth. Boring. No sparks. Pure conjecture. Dark matter — it is superstition.
I’m an engineer, programmer, network administrator, hobby healer so show me the science… not the math.
Then in the 21st century the internet is now wildly popular. The Thunderbolts project with their electric universe theory makes me feel like a kid again. It’s fun. It’s logical. It is repeatable in the laboratory. Electrical phenomenon was recorded by people in the past around the world. It is a whole lot more believable than any other of those non-theories. And they have the audacity to predict!!! That makes engineering sense alright.
Why this is connected with our health and our diet. These catastrophes they talk about are in very recent times. We’re talking 14,000 years ago… 12,000 BC ballpark recent times. And in these 14,000 years the earth and its inhabitants went through serious sudden and cataclysmic changes.
Maybe when the first cataclysm sparked the beginning of the neolithic age and sparked the need for agriculture. It’s not that people made a wrong turn by turning to agriculture. Maybe the conditions on earth changed drastically, the people had no choice but to turn to agriculture. Maybe there were mass extinctions of those yummy animals. Maybe the atmosphere was less nutritious. Maybe there was less than ideal sunlight(s).
This affects our health. How does 2009 atmospheric conditions, sunlight, nutrition available, electrical conditions compare to 250,000 years or 500,000 years or 1,000,000 years ago? Most probably not the same. It is quite possible that the conditions we live in today is vastly SUB-OPTIMAL! It is quite possible that life on earth evolved for a much longer time under a binary star system with a richer life giving plasma cloud.
If in the golden age of Saturn prior to 4,000 BC humans lived several hundred years… did they count their years same as we do today? Most probably not. They had different seasons. They had 2 suns. They couldn’t see stars. They had no moon. Just look at how recently made the Chinese Lunar Calendar is and today’s Gregorian calendar is.
All I’m saying is the recent catastrophes put an additional variable in our search for the best health possible. And this little bit of knowledge may just guide us on our way to find what is best for us.
Learn more about unified mythology, ancient catastrophes and the electric universe at http://www.thunderbolts.info/