30 Ottobre 2008 alle 20:56 #5065
pensavo una cosa: 7 colori di cui 3 fondamentali (blu rosso giallo)
delle 7 note 3 fondamentali per l'armonia..in scala di do : do,fa,sol
30 Ottobre 2008 alle 22:09 #5066
pensavo una cosa: 7 colori di cui 3 fondamentali (blu rosso giallo)
delle 7 note 3 fondamentali per l'armonia..in scala di do : do,fa,sol
I colori fondamentali sono verde – rosso – blu e creano con la loro vicinanza i tre colori giallo (rosso+verde) ciano (blu+verde) e magenta (rosso+blu). Si chiamano così perchè a livello percettivo l'occhio può ricostruire tutto lo spettro a partire da essi, spettro che è comunque formato da 6 toni riconoscibili di colore (in ordine di frequenza quelli che ho postato prima) non 7, quindi non torna… 😉
30 Ottobre 2008 alle 22:43 #5067
Ti rispondo io ezechiele… 😉
colore – intervallo lun. d'onda – intervallo freq.
[color=#ff0000]rosso – ~ 700–630 nm – ~ 430–480 THz[/color]
[color=#ff9900]arancione – ~ 630–590 nm – ~ 480–510 THz[/color]
[color=#ffff00]giallo – ~ 590–560 nm – ~ 510–540 THz[/color]
[color=#00ff00]verde – ~ 560–490 nm – ~ 540–610 THz[/color]
[color=#0000ff]blu – ~ 490–450 nm – ~ 610–670 THz[/color]
[color=#9900ff]viola – ~ 450–400 nm – ~ 670–750 THz[/color]
[color=#9999ff]L'indaco starebbe tra il blu e il viola.[/color]
questi sono i colori (con le loro sfumature) che percepiamo e a cui diamo un nome. :sagg:
grazie, vi dico la mia, sui colori visibili….
premetto che quel poco che ho studiato di colori si rifa alla teoria di itten che riporto in calce in una retrospettiva non mia per maggiore chiarezza,
concordo con ben sul fatto che i colori siano infiniti, per la parte visibile per “farli tutti” ne bastano 3 (la cui la tricromia degli schermi e la quadricromia per la stampa)
La Teoria del Colore di Küppers
Retrospettiva critica sulla Teoria del Colore di Itten
Il cerchio cromatico di Itten
Purtroppo in molti tipi di scuola si insegna ancora oggi secondo i principi di Itten, diffondendo in questo modo conoscenze non corrette. Iniziamo con la critica relativa al cerchio cromatico rappresentato nell'illustrazione:
L'ordinamento naturale dei colori cromatici puri è la disposizione lineare in funzione delle lunghezze d'onda dello spettro. La rappresentazione dei Colori di Base cromatici in un cerchio si oppone a quest'ordinamento naturale, secondo cui vi sono esclusivamente collegamenti a linea retta (cfr.: Esagono dei diversi Tipi di Cromaticità).
I tre Colori di Base denominati secondo Itten Giallo, Rosso e Blu, che formano un triangolo all'interno del cerchio, in realtà non sono affatto Colori di Base. Si tratta piuttosto di colori ottenuti tramite mescolanza, di colori secondari. Il Blu di Itten è una mescolanza dei Colori di Base Blu Cyan e Blu Violetto, il Rosso di Itten è una mescolanza dei Colori di Base Rosso Magenta e Rosso Arancio. Il Giallo di Itten si avvicina maggiormente al Colore di Base Giallo, ma è anch'esso una mescolanza del Colore di Base Giallo con un tocco del Colore di Base Rosso Arancio.
I tre colori di Itten Arancio, Verde e Violetto, che completano nel suo schema il triangolo interno, rendendolo un esagono, contrariamente a quanto viene affermato, non sono stati creati dalla mescolanza di due colori, che Itten ritiene Colori di Base. Nel libro “Kunst der Farbe” (Arte del Colore), infatti, essi sono stampati a parte in un supplemento. Soltanto l'Arancio può venire riprodotto a grandi linee dai due colori di Itten Giallo e Rosso. Se si mescolano il suo Rosso ed il suo Blu si ottiene un Marrone con un tocco di Lilla. E la mescolanza del suo Blu e del suo Giallo porta ad un Verde oliva. E' assolutamente impossibile ottenere dalla mescolanza di questi tre colori un Nero. Nel migliore dei casi si ottiene un Grigio scuro.
E' altrettanto impossibile mescolare dalle sue coppie di colori contrari (complementari) un Grigio neutro, come Itten sostiene. Come risultati si ottengono solo dei colori terziari cromatici.
Il cerchio cromatico di Itten non è completo. Alcuni colori puri cromatici mancano completamente. Il Colore di Base cromatico Rosso Magenta non vi appare. Lo stesso dicasi per i Colori di Base cromatici Blu Violetto, Blu Cyan e Verde, che sono rappresentati soltanto in modo molto approssimativo. Anche il Giallo ed il Rosso Arancio lasciano desiderare in quanto ad esattezza.
Nello schema di Itten mancano completamente i due Colori di Base acromatici Bianco e Nero, colori che hanno la stessa importanza e gli stessi diritti degli altri. L'esposizione di questo schema su fondo bianco rappresenta inoltre un grave errore didattico. Lo sfondo ottimale per uno schema deve essere di un colore Grigio medio, affinché i Colori di Base acromatici Bianco e Nero appaiano veramente come tali.
E' anche assurdo definire i Colori di Base Nero e Bianco “Non-colori”, come Itten propone. Nel loro caso si tratta di Colori di Base dello stesso valore e con gli stessi diritti degli altri, ma ovviamente acromatici. Tali colori sono assolutamente indispensabili per un sistema di ordinamento logico di tutti i colori. Ci si stupisce che il pittore Itten ignorasse questi fatti, visto che 150 anni prima di lui il pittore Philipp Otto Runge li aveva spiegati in modo dettagliato e rappresentati chiaramente nelle sue pubblicazioni.
30 Ottobre 2008 alle 23:33 #5068
Quella è una delle varie teorie, infatti. Dobbiamo però specificare che parliamo di radiazione luminosa diretta, che è bianca, e rifratta, che è quella spettrale. Poi c'è l'assenza di luce che è il nero. Il resto dei colori che vediamo in natura è condizionato dalla riflessione e dall'assorbimento. Totale riflessione = bianco, totale assorbimento = nero
Per il resto, noi percepiamo i colori che vanno da appena sopra all'infrarosso ad appena sotto l'ultravioletto e se te ne metto davanti uno a caso scelto tra un numero infinito di radiazioni dello spettro e ti chiedo che colore è, tu mi risponderai uno a scelta tra questi 6: rosso, arancio, giallo, verde, blu, viola. Quelli dell'arcobaleno, per intenderci. 😉
30 Ottobre 2008 alle 23:41 #5069
senza spiegazioni non sarei mai arrivato a “quei” sette colori…. io ho iniziato a conoscere i colori con le matite colorate….
31 Ottobre 2008 alle 00:05 #5070
senza spiegazioni non sarei mai arrivato a “quei” sette colori…. io ho iniziato a conoscere i colori con le matite colorate….
:hehe: Io invece sono “fresco di studi” e me lo ricordo bene! :VV:
E comunque io tendo ancora a vederne sei, di colori. :uuuu: :lente:
31 Ottobre 2008 alle 08:59 #5072
… adoro fare le pernacchie…. poi qui non rischio neppure di sputazzare l'interlocutore,
non ti offendi vero rouge? 😉
31 Ottobre 2008 alle 09:00 #5073
che comunque i “tuoi” sei sarebbero la somma di primari e secondari
31 Ottobre 2008 alle 09:04 #5075
Avete notato una cosa?
I colori hanno una frequenza… ma anche i suoni hanno una frequenza…
Questo mi ha fatto venire in mente una serie di domande…
Ad esempio… sarebbe possibile “ascoltare” un colore oppure “vedere” un suono?
Ed anche i suoni, come i colori, sono utilizzati in certe frequenze per creare o aiutare guarigioni o aiutare gli stati meditativi…
Ma non solo… se colori e suoni sono frequenze le stesse sono, se vogliamo, energie… significa che tutto ciò che vediamo è fatto di energie… quindi tutto è energia…
E se tutto è energia allora è possibile che modificare determinate frequenze per modificare la realtà che percepiamo…
Alla fine si potrebbe dedurre che tutto è illusione… non è che non esiste… esiste eccome… ma è illusorio in quanto frequenza…
Ecco stamattina le ho sparate tutte !!! 😉
Ciao ! 🙂
31 Ottobre 2008 alle 09:07 #5076
RichardAmministratore del forum
Spunto di discussione/riflessione sulla base 12, il calendario maya, i cicli solari ..la ricerca di Hoagland, …dal libro Il Cambio di Era di D.Wilcock
THE SHIFT OF THE AGES, CHAPTER 17: CHATELAIN'S MAYAN CALENDAR
……..We will cite the efforts of another Maurice C., this time not Maurice Cotterell but Maurice Chatelain, a former NASA scientist and astrophysicist from France.
In his now rare, out of print book from 1971 entitled Our Ancestors Came from Outer Space, Chatelain makes an apparently airtight scientific and mathematical case for the Mayan calendar being dated incorrectly.
Before we explain his case, we need to qualify all of this by stating that we now know that Chatelain was indeed wrong, in one sense.
HARMONICS OF THE NUMBER 13
As we shall see, the deeper synchronicities surrounding the number 260 are quite impressive. As our first example, Cotterell indicates that the swirling gases at the Sun’s equator make one complete rotation every 26 Earth days.
This is an important point, and right away we should be viewing this as having a possible harmonic counterpart in vibration. In order to see how this could be, we remind ourselves that the entire harmonic number series is built upon the “vibrations” of the smallest digits, as they multiply into larger and larger figures.
This is a key point that will become more obvious as we study the planetary orbits. All numbers one through eight have specific meanings in the Octave, and nine, ten, eleven and twelve are also very fundamental for different reasons.
13 appears to be the last number that carries a unique vibration before the vibratory properties again duplicate themselves.
We are reminded that many ancient cultures including the Sumerians would use base-12 as a counting system at various times, and in this system the vibrations of the number 13 would represent an octave — the first counting unit on the next “level,” just as 10 is the next “level” of the number 1 when using a base-10 system.
The vibrations of the number 13 as an octave can be seen on a conventional piano if you were to play a “chromatic” scale, where you go from C to C playing both white and black keys. Each scale will have 12 notes before resolving to the Octave on the 13th.
So again, we can see that 26 is a harmonic number in its own right, only it appears that the Maya were much more aware of it than the Sumerians.
According to Ra, they were in touch with different extraterrestrial groups, and this might well explain why — each group received different pieces of the puzzle.
So again, the Sun’s equator rotates in 26 Earth days. Cotterell also demonstrates that ten of these rotations, or 260 days, are pivotal to all higher-level Solar cycles.
Therefore, the Mayan Sacred Year of 260 days would be a precise way of keeping track of solar activity.
The question we must immediately ask is this: Without Ra’s suggestion of extraterrestrial intervention and / or Atlantean inheritance, how else would an apparently non-technical society know to count this?
There are certainly no recorded bits of evidence to suggest that they had anything even remotely resembling the satellite technology that we needed to rediscover this.
When we expand our tzolkin number of 260, (built up from the vibrational number 13,) to its higher harmonics, we have 260 katuns in the Calendar Cycle, at roughly 20 years each. We also have 260 days in the Sacred Year.
The amazing discovery that Chatelain made is that the katun itself is not just a dead, lifeless fraction of the Great Cycle; it is a working cycle all in its own right.
Chatelain indicates in his book that the scientists knew that the length of the katun had to be about 19.75 years, but no one has ever explained what it was actually measuring.
They tried such things as dividing the length of the orbits of various planets in years, but
nothing seemed to work. Miraculously, and perhaps absurdly, no one ever bothered to check the conjunctions between the planets.
Though no one else had ever considered it, Chatelain realized that by adding a very slight 54 days extra to the standard harmonic katun length of 7,200 days, he suddenly, magically arrived at the precise length of time between each conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn.
This conjunction was the grease in the gears, the very essence of what made the clock tick.
In an Email conversation with this author, Jenkins revealed further information about this harmonic connection with Jupiter-Saturn conjunctions:
One Maya scholar, Robert Hall, suggests that [the Jupiter-Saturn conjunction was used] in the early development of the Long Count. 7200 days is 19 years plus 260 days exactly.
That fact alone suggests further points of study for the harmonic cycles, but for our discussion is just the beginning. Chatelain showed that the katun not only worked for Jupiter and Saturn, but when taken as a unit, it plugged into the orbits of many other planets as well.
This work has also been shown with stock trader extraordinaire Bradley Cowan, who uses these harmonic cycles for very accurate stock market predictions and clearly associates J-S conjunctions with movements such as the quarter-cycle of Uranus’ orbit. For now, we will have Chatelain explain in more detail:
For the Mayas the katun of 7,254 days was not only a measure of time but also an astronomical unit to express the synodic periods of revolution of planets, or the count of days needed for each planet to be realigned with the Sun and the Earth.
For example, 5 katuns were equal to 313 revolutions of Mercury, 13 katuns were equal to 121 revolutions of Mars, or 27 katuns were equal to 7 returns of Halley’s comet.
So, we can easily see that by simply using the katuns to count, it would be quite possible to plot out all major planetary motions in this manner through relatively simple math.
Cowan’s work shows us the same thing, and as time goes on we will see that this is a fundamental vibrational property of the planetary orbits.
The typically recognized number system given for the structure of the Mayan Calendar is very simplified and round; 20, 260, 360, 7,200 and 144,000. Each of these refer to a number of days, namely the uinal, tzolkin, tun, katun and baktun.
We cannot ignore how harmonic these time cycle numbers really are, and it gives us a lot to consider when we realize that the structure of time as we know it is built up from this.
For example, 36 and 36 adds to 72, and 72 and 72 add to 144, the frequency of Light.
Therefore, we can speculate that all of these differing time cycles are related to the harmonics of Light itself, and as Ra and other sources as well as physicists like Nordberg and Larson believe, time is measured by the speed of light.
So, the time cycles that we see in the universe are all harmonics of this fundamental vibration.
Again, Chatelain’s theories have drawn attention to the almost 100-percent connection between the katun and the Jupiter-Saturn conjunction.
We can then begin to understand the possible physical connection to the katuns’ use as a counting system.
If the orbits were just a slight bit different, they would be perfect- just like the once-perfect Earth orbit of 360 days and the once-perfect Mars orbit of 666 days.
Chatelain goes on to show us that the main Calendar Cycle of ~5,200 years can be perfectly broken down into mathematically precise harmonic measurements for many different planetary conjunctions, especially Jupiter and Saturn, as we mentioned. Here is Chatelain to explain:
…Meanwhile, the Mayas had also discovered [the Main Calendar] cycle of 1,886,040 days that represented exactly 260 conjunctions of Jupiter and Saturn, 2,310 of Mars and Jupiter, 2,418 of Earth and Mars, and 3,230 of Earth and Venus.
This particular cycle was the key to the mystery of the Mayan calendar. It was based on the conjunctions of Jupiter and Saturn, something nobody had cared to consider… nobody had tested the conjunctions between the planets.
[Until now, they still haven’t, other than Cotterell’s notice of a cycle that tied in the Mayan Calendar with the length of the Venus year, discussed in his book.]
The conjunction period of Jupiter and Saturn is in reality 7,253.445 days, but the rounded-out Mayan value of 7,254 days is valid because they did not use decimal parts and counted in whole days only.
So the Great [Calendar] Cycle of the 260 Mayan conjunctions was 1,886,040 days, or 5,163.8 of our years.
And thus, we have Chatelain’s explanation of how he arrived at what he considered to be the true length of the Mayan Calendar, 5,163.8 years, and how it was measured.
The measurement occurred through planetary conjunctions, the very foundations of astrology and an unchanging product of celestial mechanics.
We also can see from his writings here that a great number of differing planetary conjunctions all fit into the Calendar Cycle like a giant jigsaw puzzle.
Notice, though, that this system of planetary calculations fits for his number for the Mayan Calendar, at 1,886,040 days of length, and not the regular number of 1,872,000 days.
Cotterell’s work does give us many crucial parts of the puzzle, but it was Chatelain’s discovery that the Mayan Calendar was directly linked to astrological conjunctions that led to his discovery of the importance of Jupiter and Saturn.
In order to fit the Jupiter-Saturn conjunctions that the Maya used as a counting system, Chatelain needed to modify the typically utilized dates.
As we go on and look at the numbers, we must ask ourselves if it was possible that the Maya were indeed well aware of both the Chatelain version of the calendar as well as the conventional one.
It certainly appears that the two cycles are permanently and inextricably woven into each other. The length of the katun is just far too close to the length of the J-S conjunction to be a coincidence.
From the excerpts just cited previously, we now know that Chatelain is indicating to us that the length of his version of the Mayan Calendar Cycle is 1,886,040 days, and therefore a baktun, which is 1/13th of the whole cycle, would be 145,080 days.
The standard harmonic figures take the baktun to be 144,000 days — and we again remember that this is the harmonic of the Speed of Light as well as the number of people said to Ascend in the Bible.
If we multiply the traditional baktun of 144,000 by 13, we get 1,872,000, the number of days for the common Mayan Calendar cycle. So between Chatelain’s length of 1,886,040 and the common length of 1,872,000, we can see that there is a discrepancy; the astrology-based Mayan Calendar from Chatelain is slightly longer in duration.
Remember now that Cotterell had independently discovered a sunspot cycle that caused the sun’s magnetic fields to shift, before he ever saw any mathematical information tying this in with the Mayas. His numbers had come strictly from the interpretation of satellite data pertaining to the ebb and flow of sunspots.
This principal sunspot cycle that Cotterell calculated is given in Mayan Prophecies as 1,366,040 days. The Maya put great work into monitoring these cycles, as they were directly connected with smaller-scale cataclysms and energy shifts on Earth.
Remember that this is a smaller, more frequent cycle that affects when the Sun’s own poles shift, not the Great Cycle of ~25,920 years itself. As we previously stated, this solar pole shift cycle has to run itself through exactly seven times in order to add up into the Great Cycle.
Again looking back to Cotterell, we see that his own sunspot shift cycle of 1,366,040 days was very closely related to 1,366,560 days, the Mayan “Super Number” in the Dresden Codex. They are exactly 520 days apart from each other, or 2 × 260, the tzolkin number and Sacred Year, built up from the harmonic vibrations of the number 13.
This should leave absolutely no doubt that the Maya were aware of the solar cycles we are discussing.
The additional 520 days act as Cotterell’s “shift differential operator,” introducing an extra pattern into the equation that allows us to expand these cycles into even larger patterns in the Sun’s activity.
This tzolkin “shift number” obviously has a wide range of uses in the universe, as it is another basic vibratory property of the sea of living, intelligent energy that creates our existence moment by moment.
Remember that Cotterell calculated his solar pole shift number without ever having seen the Mayan information.
When you really dig into Cotterell’s information, you discover that the Mayan “Super Number” of 1,366,560 days was based on the usage of the cycles of Venus to calculate solar pole shift.
We will not go into detail to explain these points, as it is extremely complicated, relegated to the appendices in the back of Mayan Prophecies. It is an interesting point, though, to see that Venus works so perfectly with the sunspot cycle we are discussing; everything fits together.
So, we add 520 days, or two of Cotterell’s solar “shift differentials,” and suddenly fact meets fiction: a scientifically derived, totally modern Sunspot cycle harmonizes perfectly with an ancient Mayan number.
Science is again baffled by a seemingly insoluble quagmire, where a bunch of “savages” clearly had access to some very significant data. But, since “they” cannot acknowledge something like this, it is simply brushed aside and ignored. We don’t like what we don’t understand.
The link between Chatelain’s astrology-based number of 1,886,040 days for the Mayan Calendar and Cotterell’s 1,366,040 days for the sunspot shift cycle should be seen right away.
The difference is, miraculously, a quite whole number, as both numbers end in 6,040; therefore, when subtracted from each other, the last four digits cancel out to 0,000.
This eminent roundness clearly indicates that the matching nature of the numbers is no accident. Their difference is exactly, precisely 520 thousand days.
This is undoubtedly one of the most fantastic correlations between the two cycles, as it shows yet another “layer” of the harmonic, Octave-shifting properties of the number 13!
If we remember from earlier chapters, Bruce Cathie indicates that the Ancients would effortlessly add or subtract zeroes to numbers, knowing that the numbers remained harmonically identical underneath.
This has to do with the innate properties of the base-ten system, which can certainly frustrate mathematicians who want all number bases to be equivalent.
So therefore, 520,000 harmonically reduces to 520, which is the exact same number that we just saw above when Cotterell got the Solar “pole shift” to equal the Mayan “super number.” Again, he did this by simply adding two tzolkins or Sacred Years of 260 days.
We have to admit that there is a fundamental similarity between Chatelain’s modified figures for the Mayan Calendar, based on J-S conjunctions, and Cotterell’s number for the solar pole shift.
Unless we see the harmonics of 13 at work, it would be very difficult to understand how this could possibly be, as Chatelain’s book was out on the shelves in 1971, long before Cotterell calculated the sunspot shift cycle.
In addition, Cotterell made these sunspot calculations with no apparent knowledge of Chatelain’s work whatsoever.
Just to recap, the harmonics of 13, expanded into the “tzolkin number” of 260, appear to be of pivotal importance in understanding all of our mystically interrelated cycles, including the Great Cycle of ~25,920 years, in many more ways than one.
The tzolkin is the anchor of the entire system, from the 26 day rotation of the Sun’s equator to the “Sacred Year” of the Maya to the number of katuns in the Mayan Calendar.
The tzolkin also links the sunspot shift cycle to the “Super Number,” allowing it to expand into the Great Solar Cycle.
Now, we have just shown how it also demonstrates the harmonic link between the J-S conjunctions and the sunspot shift cycle itself.
J-S CONJUNCTIONS AND EXTREME RADIO DISTURBANCE
It is interesting to note that “frontier scientist” Richard Hoagland and his team wrote a recent article on hyperdimensional physics on his http://www.enterprisemission.com website that also demonstrates the hyperdimensional importance of the J-S conjunction in this integrated harmonic system.
In this case, he shows that the power of the J-S conjunction surpasses the power emitted by the standard 11-year sunspot cycle.
This was measured by studying the relative level of radio interference caused by the peaks of the sunspot cycle, and then comparing that against the level of interference caused by the J-S conjunctions.
The J-S conjunctions caused a significantly higher amount of interference than the 11-year sunspot cycle in this case, and he has reprinted the original articles that prove it.
Interestingly, Hoagland also mentions the 25,920-year cycle in the same article, only he has completely missed the real causes behind this cycle, which we are discussing here. In his article on the website, he speculates that the orbit of a large, distant planet might be the cause this cycle.
We now know from our excerpts from Edgar Cayce, the Law of One series and other sources that this 25,920-year cycle is not caused by a planet at all; it is a Solar effect.
We also know that it does more than simply affect weather, magnetic pole reversals and the ups and down of civilization — it also holographically controls the dimensional frequencies that are streaming in from the Galactic Center and resonating throughout the entire Solar System.
We have shown that due to the properties of aether vibration, each planet is a multidimensional body, which assembles into a geometric, crystalline form.
These crystalline forms are nothing more than the holographic projections of the One; essentially, conscious energy forms. They are all intertwined into a vast energetic web, and the Sun controls the resonating frequency of this web through the Great Cycle, or the “Breath of the Divine.”
JESUS AND THE 40-YEAR TESTING PERIOD
As we previously alluded, what we actually see is a “ratchet” form developing, where the available higher-dimensional energy noticeably increases at the peak of each Jupiter-Saturn conjunction.
Therefore, even though the conventional Mayan Calendar date system used by Cotterell is clearly at work, we still need to watch Jupiter and Saturn in order to observe the “ratchets” of this cycle.
It is interesting that Edgar Cayce listed “’58 to ‘98” as a crucial “evaluation” period leading up to the planetary changes. Both of these dates are exactly two years prior to when the J-S conjunctions occurred.
Based on what we have just unfurled here, we must conclude that this is what the Cayce Readings were referring to. We are hard-pressed to find any other physical observations of the Cycle that could possibly match up any better than this.
But why would the Cayce Readings anticipate each of these conjunctions two years in advance when referring to a “testing period?” We must conclude that just the approach of the J-S conjunction can cause massive changes, even before it actually hits.
This applies in astrology as well, where the effects of a major conjunction get stronger and stronger as the conjunction gets tighter and tighter. It really is the exact same principle, albeit on a larger scale.
The length of time between ‘58 and ‘98 is forty years, and again we see the Bible symbolism popping out all over the place. The Biblical flood involving Noah’s Ark took place for “forty days and forty nights.”
The Israelite exodus, led by Moses, spent forty years in the desert. Jesus’ time of temptation by Satan in the desert was forty days and forty nights as well. All three of these cases would certainly be considered “testing periods.”
Remember the overwhelming evidence that connects the story of Jesus to the modern accounts of extraterrestrial visitation.
This includes immaculate conception, the giant light that hovered in the sky over Bethlehem, the appearance of “angels of the Lord,” and obviously Jesus’ many fantastic abilities.
We also have numerous top-secret government officials who have come forward to say that the extraterrestrial visitors informed them that Jesus was one of their own (Good, 1991.) This is also validated in the Law of One series, where it was said that Jesus gained ‘permission’ from the Council of Saturn to perform his mission.
Therefore, to a being that is outside of linear time, the era of Jesus could be the equivalent of one or two of our days in the past.
So, when there are writings in the Bible that say, “Two are walking in the fields, and then there is one…” we have to remember that this is not ancient or mythological to them; it is a statement of the fact of exactly what is going to happen to us.
Jesus obviously would be the highest example of a physical being with fourth-density abilities clearly visible before the actual shift itself.
It is clear that he was “preparing the way,” showing us a future vision of ourselves. In the big picture, once we realize that we are dealing with cycles that are roughly 26,000 years in length, we can see that his arrival was essentially at the close of the most recent cycle.
This would explain his quote in John 14, “As I do these things, so shall ye do them, and even greater things.”
MALDEK AND THE 54-DAY DISCREPANCY
Getting back to the point of this chapter, we must remember that no other researcher has ever tied in the Mayan Calendar to planetary conjunctions, except for Chatelain.
If the J-S conjunctions are so obviously close to the Mayan katun, why the 54-day discrepancy? Wilcock’s own readings finally explained it in a way that makes sense, providing that the Ra Material is accurate.
We remember that Ra said that there was once a planet where the Asteroid Belt now resides, often called Maldek. Ra told us that this planet was caused to explode by a war that occurred between its inhabitants some 500,000 years ago.
We also know that Thomas Van Flandern, a reputable astrophysicist, is now putting increasingly hard science behind the notion that this was indeed a planet in the recent past that exploded.
All comets in the Solar System can be traced back to that point of origin, for example. Since comets are largely water ice, they are the vacuum-frozen chunks of what was once a fertile ocean.
So, even though it might not be “mainstream” yet, at some future point the loss of Maldek to nuclear war will no longer be considered a matter of fiction, but of simple and tragic human history.
The only thing that stops us from being able to accept the truth is the limitations of our own imaginations, and our desire to cling desperately to our “beliefs,” which can often be a series of prejudices.
We simply cast out the information that we don’t like, and everything is “fine.” Since we have only just begun to accept the idea of extraterrestrial life, the notion of “planet-hopping” certainly takes some time to get used to. But facts like the gigantic Face on Mars certainly gives us clues that lead in this direction.
[As a very interesting side note, the morning after Wilcock wrote this, 1/23/99, he had a very detailed and interesting dream that was apparently about Maldek.
It was extremely rich and detailed, and borrowed off of the idea of the then-upcoming new Star Wars Episode One movie. In the middle of a sentence that Wilcock spoke to a waitress in a very bizarre “restaurant,” the perspective suddenly shifted to outer space, where he saw a gigantic flash of light. That was it!
Then, he was in a movie theater, and everyone was disappointed with the ending. They all had a copy of Gilbert and Cotterell’s book Mayan Prophecies.
The “movie” just seemed to “cut off” with no prior warning. Wilcock told them not to worry, as there would indeed be a sequel to the movie. Ra says that 50 percent of people on Earth came originally from Maldek.
Wilcock had been thinking that the exploded planet portrayed in the movie Star Wars was a sort of “genetic memory” coming through George Lucas, who might have been one of the 50 percent who went through the actual experience.
It is very interesting to Wilcock how much the Maldekian “restaurant” resembled the general feeling of the “cantina” scene in Star Wars and Jabba the Hutt’s hovering cruiser in Return of the Jedi.
All the characters were human, but there were definite similarities. Theoretically, anyone should be able to access this information and dream accurately about it. Perhaps Lucas turned it into a film as a result of this ability.
So, since we can now prove that Maldek did indeed explode, we then need to stretch our imaginations just a bit more. Clearly, the force and impact of an entire large planet exploding must be quite something.
Indeed, part of Van Flandern’s research concerns the amazing blast impacts that are visible on the neighboring planetary and lunar bodies closest to the Asteroid Belt.
Many of them appear to have sustained far more damage on one half than the other half, including Mars, which now appears to have been one of the exploded planet’s moons.
With the force of a planet-killing nuclear explosion and all the debris that would be created, we clearly would have quite an incredible problem on our hands. Indeed, something similar might happen to Earth were it to be sufficiently disturbed by a large-scale nuclear war.
Therefore, when Maldek exploded, there were extremely damaging effects created in the entire harmonic structure of the Solar System, disrupting the natural harmonic smoothness of the planetary orbits.
In the conventional Newtonian model, the planets are held in place solely by the Sun’s gravity. So, if we have a series of free-floating bodies suddenly hit with the impact of this tremendous blast, it would be like playing a game of pool on a billiard table.
We can easily see that the other planets would get knocked out of their positions. Since Jupiter and Saturn are both beyond the Asteroid Belt, the explosion would blow them further away from the Sun. All it would take would be for one or both of them to be close to Maldek in their orbit pattern, and the extra 54 days could easily be accounted for.
So, what we have to realize here is that at one time, the Solar System functioned in a perfectly Divine and beautiful way, with elegant harmonic mathematics.
Among many other things, these mathematics allowed the conjunctions of Jupiter and Saturn to be exactly 7,200 days in length, thus precisely matching the numbers inherent in the Sunspot Cycle.
However, after Maldek’s explosion, the planets were knocked out of place, creating a very acceptable 54 days of extra time between each conjunction. Even though they were knocked slightly out of place, their effects as the driver of the Solar Cycle could not be disputed; they were the two biggest planets in the Solar System.
It is interesting to think that if this explosion had never disrupted our system, we might well have come to a discovery about these harmonic systems much earlier.
Since it did happen, the extraterrestrial forces referred to by Ra needed to keep track of both systems of measurement.
The “conventional” Mayan Calendar was used to keep perfect track of the idealized harmonic cycles of the Sun, which would not have been significantly affected by Maldek’s explosion, due to the Sun’s gigantic mass. These numbers would remain beautifully simple and elegant, representing the true Divine design of creation.
Thus, even though Jupiter and Saturn got knocked out of alignment, they still ended up arriving in a position that perfectly harmonized with the cycle in the Sun by the “shift number” of 2×260, or 520.
This shows us how adaptable the harmonic system really is — even after such a catastrophic explosion, the new positions that the planets assumed still had harmonic, vibrational qualities.
So, Jupiter and Saturn still have a definite effect, even though they no longer figure in precisely to the conventional Mayan Calendar.
We can now see exactly how important the “shift period” of May of 2000 really is, as it is not only the last sunspot cycle peak before the Cycle itself ends, it is also the very last time that the masses of Jupiter and Saturn will conjoin before the cycle ends.
We must conclude that it is for this reason that the forces in the Edgar Cayce readings triangulated on 1998-2001 when they spoke of the Solar Cycle and the corresponding pole shift.
In the next chapter, we will investigate the further ramifications of this ancient astrological cycle technology, by uncovering an even vaster cycle that was equally well charted out by the Atlantean / Extraterrestrial contingent, handed down to the Maya and Egyptians.
Maurice Chatelain also discovered this cycle as well, and he named it The Nineveh Constant. It is vital for us to explore just how precise and multifaceted the harmonics of the planetary cycles really can be, as we will ultimately conclude that every orbit in the entire Universe is functioning this way.
The precision of calculation behind this cycle will show unequivocally that a very high-level influence of some kind was in touch with these ancient cultures, as this 6,000 year old harmonic number enables precise calculations of planets all the way out to Pluto.
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