Sunday, June 10, 2018

Blueprints in the Stars

Above is a new video I've just published, entitled "Blueprints in the Stars." 

The world's ancient monuments point to the presence of a history of humanity beyond anything that is taught in conventional academia. The archaeological evidence presents a compelling -- and I would argue, conclusive -- case for some kind of "predecessor culture" of tremendous sophistication and tremendous antiquity, predating (perhaps by millennia) even the most ancient civilizations known to conventional historians.

The architectural similarities around the globe, as well as the incorporation of specific mathematical ratios in the design and layout of ancient structures (often incorporating ratios based on precessional numbers) argues strongly for connection between cultures which are not thought to have had any possibility of interaction -- or else for descent from some now-forgotten distant preceding culture, whose patterns continued to inform the buildings and the artwork and iconography of later cultures, even if those later cultures were separated by tremendous geographical distance or even by tremendous gulfs of time.

For example, researchers have discovered amazing levels of correspondence between the design and proportion in the pyramids of ancient Egypt and the design and proportion of pyramids and monuments in Central America, such as the massive complex at Teotihuacan. 

In addition to the strong similarities in actual perimeter size and "footprint" area between the Pyramid of the Sun at Teotihuacan and the Great Pyramid at Giza, for example, there are also strong similarities in directional alignment and even in proportion between both structures. Beyond those parallels, which are fairly well known, there are also astonishing similarities in terms of the incorporation of precessional numbers into the ratios of the measurements and proportions of the Great Pyramid, and the incorporation of precessional numbers into the measurements and proportions of many of the monuments that make up the Teotihuacan complex.

There are also startling parallels between iconography displayed in various pieces of artwork from antiquity, such as the statues shown below, seen briefly in the new video, showing the similarities in a pre-Columbian Inca statue from Peru (on the left in the image below) and a Ptolemaic-era statue from Egypt (4th century BC) shown on the right:

images: Wikimedia commons.

To argue that the similarities in these two sculptures are the result of "coincidence" and that these two traditions developed completely independently of one another, and just happened to create sculptures with so many distinctive shared features, is ludicrous. And yet if a candidate for a teaching position in a history department in any western university were to argue for some kind of connection between the Inca and ancient Egypt (or to have a c.v. full of such arguments), he or she would be most unlikely to be invited back for a second interview and even more unlikely to ever be hired.

My own research into the world's ancient myths has found overwhelming evidence which also makes a compelling -- and, I would argue, a conclusive -- case that the conventional models of ancient history are deeply flawed and in need of radical revision, for just as the world's ancient monuments and artistic iconography contains indisputable evidence of some kind of worldwide connection, the world's ancient myths from cultures found on every single inhabited continent and island of our planet also contains evidence of a shared world-wide system informing and underlying all the ancient traditions.

The world's myths contain numerous parallels, a fact which is widely acknowledged and which has even spawned the study of "comparative mythology" in colleges and universities, as well as theories about the origin of these similarities (with the most well-known hypotheses put forward during the twentieth century crediting aspects of universal human psychology or a "collective unconscious" shared across cultures without requiring any sort of mutual contact or shared common cultural predecessors).

But, far beyond any of the superficial comparisons, the world's ancient myths can actually be shown to be built upon the same worldwide system of celestial metaphor -- to be using, so to speak, the very same architectural plans. It's as if they are all using a shared set of blueprints -- and those blueprints are found among the constellations of the night sky, and the heavenly cycles which those constellations  (along with the sun, the moon, and the visible planets) help us to perceive.

This video presents a few examples which serve to demonstrate the pattern -- revealing astonishing constellational similarities between the seemingly-unconnected episodes of Odysseus slaying the suitors (from the Odyssey of ancient Greece) and Samson receiving his famous haircut at the instigation of Delilah (from the book of Judges in the Hebrew scriptures).

Together, the world's archaeological evidence and the world's mythological evidence form two extremely compelling, and closely related, bodies of evidence which argue for a radical revision in our understanding of humanity's ancient past -- with profound implications for our lives at this moment and into the future.

I hope you will enjoy this new video on the Blueprint of the Stars. Please feel free to share it with anyone who might find it to be of value. Also, you can "subscribe" on YouTube using the red button located near the top of the video's description information, so that you will be notified as soon as future videos are published. Thanks for watching!