Saturday, August 18, 2012

90 East/West

The Ninety East Ridge is an underwater mountain chain in the Indian Ocean named for its position just west of the 90E longitudinal line.

 On the opposite side of the globe is the Mississippi river, similarly just west of the 90W longitudinal line.

One side out, the other side in.

The Galactic Center is in Sagittarius, very near its cusp with Capricorn. Astrologically, the point between Sagittarius and Capricorn corresponds to 90° West on the Earth, and the GC is at a point little further to the West than 90°.

Winter Solstice occurs when the Sun reaches this point between Sagittarius and Capricorn, or 270° from 0° Aries.

It is the alignment of the Earth's 90° longitude to the GC (or the Dark Rift of the GC) due to the Precession of the Equinoxes that the Mayans were measuring. After all, the Mayan calendar is pentagrammic. (The 90°W line ran right through the Mayan civilization itself.)

5125 years in the Mayan calendar is 1/5 the Precession of the Equinoxes (25,625 years). [Note: There are varying values for this number, with the most common being 25,920. However, each pentagonal point does not necessarily correspond to an equal amount of time.] So the calendar began in the year 3114 when the Dark Rift was about 72° from its present position.

Since the Galactic Center is fixed with respect to the stars, there is a rotation of the entire fixed background of stars during these 5125 years as viewed from the Earth, not just the GC. That is, in the year 3114 BC, the stars of Sagittarius for example would also have been rotated 72°.

(It is a little more complicated than this, because Earth's rotation and therefore its longitudinal positioning is a function of its orientation in the Solar System rather than its position in the Galaxy, and it is the entire Solar System that is undergoing Zodiacal precession, not just the Earth. The Sun's (and planets') position in the astrological Zodiac is not the same as its position in the astronomical Zodiac. The astrological Zodiac drifts with the Precession and stays fixed with respect to the Earth's latitude and longitude positions. But I don't want to get too far off track.)

Susan Seymour Hedke's work demonstrates that as we are getting closer to the Mayan "end" date, disasters are increasing, especially near the 90° East and West longitudes (e.g. the 2004 Indonesian earthquake and tsunami at 96°E; 2005 Hurricane Katrina/2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill near 90°W, among many other examples.)

The last major extinction was the Younger Dryas or Clovis extinction, occurring about 13,000 years ago when the astronomical Zodiacal wheel would have been rotated 180° from its present position, with the GC corresponding to the Earth's 90° East position. The extinction was due to a sudden deep freeze, cause unknown.

The last supervolcano was the Oruanui eruption of New Zealand's Taupo Volcano, 26,000 years ago, or when the Zodiacal wheel was approximately in its present position - the GC (or Dark Rift) aligned to the Earth's 90° West longitude.

Can it be coincidence that such mega disasters in fairly recent history occurred when the GC was near its present position in the Precession, and 180° away? Could one of these disaster periods help to explain the strange correlation between the Ninety East Ridge, the Mississippi, and the 90 East/West longitude lines? Was the Mayan calendar really arbitrary or does it hold some secret for us?

It is not my contention that a mega disaster will occur this year. I don't believe the Mayans were counting down to the "end". But it seems they were counting down to a significant time - a warning perhaps.

Genesis 1:9 (the third day)
And God said, Let the waters under the heaven be gathered together unto one place, and let the dry land appear: and it was so. 

The Popol Vuh, Mayan Book of Creation
First the earth was created, the mountains and the valleys. The waterways were divided, their branches coursing among the mountains. 

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