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  • NiteWolf
    Hi there. This comes from another list (Science & Spirituality) and think it s worth sharing, specially the links. * * * * * From: K
    Message 1 of 8 , Jan 1, 2000
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      Hi there.

      This comes from another list (Science & Spirituality) and think it's worth sharing, specially the links.

      * * * * *
      From: K <webhawks@...>
      Subject: Kalki the NEW AEON - harbinger of galactic superwave


      from the Center sounds the Trumpet . . .
      Awaken! Awaken!
      from the stars comes the Great Wave . . .
      . . . rolling . . .
      . . . threshing . . .
      . . . we will never be the same . . .
      -- K

      Kalki the NEW AEON - harbinger of galactic superwave

      The World Teacher
      Many believe in a World Teacher, knowing him under such names as the Lord Maitreya, the Imam Mahdi, the Messiah, and Kalki Avatar
      the NEW AEON.

      From: 'A Guide to the Gods,' page 143, 1982 edition, authored by Richard Carlyon, published by Quill, a division of William Morrow
      and Company, Inc., 105 Madison Avenue, New York, N. Y. 10016

      Vishnu the Hindu God of Love
      The early Vedic Vishnu was not personified; he was then the principle of light which pierces the entire universe. As his worship
      became popular, Vishnu acquired an outward form. His skin is described as a Dark Blue. Vishnu visited the world in the shape of
      several famous avatars, ('shapes' or incarnations) in order to save it from danger. The main avatars are:
      1) Matsya (the fish)
      2) Varahavatar (the boar)
      3) Kurma (the turtle)
      4) Narasimha (the lion-man)
      5) Vamana (the dwarf)
      6) Parashu Rama (Rama with the ax)
      7) Kalki (Kalkin) This avatar has not yet happened.
      He or it is variously described as a horse, or as a man on a horse, or as a horse-headed man. This future incarnation is destined
      to punish and destroy the wicked ones, and to start a new and creative golden age. The image of the horse, (a specifically Aryan
      animal), takes us back to the solar mythology implicit in all Vishnu's activities; it is also a link to prehistoric horse-worship,
      the horse symbolizing the power of the sun.

      A number of avatars of Vishnu appeared in Human form, the most notable being Buddha, Krishna and Rama. They are considered to be
      significant gods in their own right.

      Galactic Center in Sagittarius
      As seen from Earth, the Milky Way galactic center, (at the present time), is in the direction of 26 degrees Sagittarius. Because
      the galaxy lies in a plane, the Milky Way forms a band in the sky similar to the band of the zodiac or ecliptic. Astrology relates
      the local horizon of a given place on Earth to the zodiac by means of the house system. A similar approach is taken in relating
      the band of the Milky Way to the zodiac. The galactic circle of the Milky Way crosses the zodiac at two points - 26 degrees of
      Sagittarius in the direction of the Galactic center, and 26 Gemini at the opposite end.

      The astrological glyph of the Archer, Sagittarius, (a half-man, half-horse figure holding a bow and arrow), represents not only the
      apparent locus of our galactic center as viewed from Earth, but also represents the locus of the *psychoid **metempsychosis
      incarnation of Kalki Avatar the NEW AEON whose 12/25/45 conception was itself presaged by the world's first atomic bomb detonation.
      <http://www.cyberwest.com/v8adwst2.html>
      Interestingly, this historic 'ground zero,' now known as the New Mexico White Sands Missile Range Trinity Site, was prophetically
      named the 'Journey of Death' (Jornada del Muerto) by 17th-century Spanish settlers.

      The Sagittarius arrow is synonymous with the 'solar dart' headdress worn by Tonatiuh, 'the face of the sun,' which is centrally
      located in the
      ***Aztec Calendar mandala. This 'solar dart' symbol represents a massive solar flare precipitated by the upcoming ****Mother Star
      galactic core superwave explosion. This flare shall engulf our globe and 'kick-start' its ascension into a higher dimension.

      The Aztec Calendar indicates the imminent transformation of planet Earth. The Milky Way galaxy is an organism whose dynamics are
      holistically out pictured through both macro and micro phenomena. Celestial events are mirrored by their fractal counterparts. As
      Above - So Below.

      <http://dayofdestiny.com/ExploreAugust13-1999-1.html>
      ***Aztec Calendar - five page article with many graphics.

      <http://www.ai.mit.edu/people/montalvo/Hotlist/aztec.html>
      Aztec Calendar Sun Stone in color with explanations.

      <http://ghs1.greenheart.com/billh/aztec.html>
      Aztec legend has it that these squares represented the different manner by which the four previous Suns (or worlds) had come to an
      end: first by wild animals, then by wind, fire, and flood. Aztecs believed that they were living in the fifth and last world.

      <http://www.ai.mit.edu/people/montalvo/Hotlist/Aztec/earthquakes.html>
      Nahui-Olin (Earthquakes Sun). Fifth epoch in the solar age, the next and last destruction of human life in the world. The symbol
      outlined in green is used here as a frame for the four central signs denoting the four previous epochs.

      <http://members.macconnect.com/users/s/stargate/GalacticCenter/Gravity>
      **** Mother Star galactic core.
      Galactic core superwave explosions are emitted cyclically by a massive Mother Star located in the center of our Milky Way galaxy.
      This Mother Star Gravity Well is over 2 million times the mass of our Sun, as theorized by LaViolette. Contrary to popular belief,
      there is no so-called black hole located at the center of the Milky Way galaxy.

      <http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/ap960228.html>
      12/95 Tremendous explosions near galactic center. Bursts like these have never been seen before.

      <http://www.aoc.nrao.edu/pr/sgr.bhole.html>
      12/98 Astronomers Surprised to Find Elongated Radio-Emitting Region At Center of Milky Way. None of the competing models for a
      black hole can completely explain both the small size and asymmetrical shape of Sgr A* (Sagittarius A-star) mass about 2.5 million
      times that of the Sun.

      <http://www.sciam.com/specialissues/0398cosmos/0398veilleux.html>
      Scientific American Feature Article: Colossal Galactic Explosions
      (explores competing Black Hole vs. Starburst Bubble galactic core explosion theories)

      <http://www.danwinter.com/steve/index.html>
      COSMIC STARGATE... BEYOND THE MILLENNIUM
      As many as two superwaves may have already left the galactic center and be speeding toward our solar system.

      <http://www.windows.umich.edu/cgi-bin/tour_def/mythology/huitzilopochtli_sun.html>

      Huitzilopochtli, whose name means 'Blue Hummingbird on the Left,' was the Aztec god of the Sun and the war. He was shown as a Blue
      man fully armed with hummingbird feathers on his head.
      * * * * *

      And from the same poster, K, another couple of posts.

      * * * * *
      From: K <webhawks@...>
      Subject: Cataclysm! 9500 BC


      Cataclysm! 9500 BC by David Lewis
      <http://atlantisrising.com/issue12/ar12cataclysm.html>

      In recent prehistory, possibly as late as 9,500 B.C. (the date ascribed by Plato to the sinking of Atlantis), a profoundly
      traumatic phenomenon plagued the earth. This event, the result of a distant cosmic explosion, caused severe volcanic eruptions,
      massive earthquakes, catastrophic flooding, and the upheaval of the world's mountain ranges. The earth's axis may have tilted, or
      its crust been violently displaced. Continents rose and sank. Mass extinctions of plants and animals followed, and a period of
      eerie global darkness.

      The catastrophe struck suddenly, researchers report. Those that survived sought refuge in caves and high mountains, the record of
      their plight preserved to this day in hundreds of ancient deluge/conflagration myths from virtually every cultural tradition.
      Scientists gathered the evidence for such a catastrophe in the last century, and more recently, but explained away parts of it
      through ice age theory, now known to be fundamentally flawed. The rest of the evidence, until now, science has been unable to
      explain.

      No, this is not the synopsis of Hollywood's next disaster extravaganza, nor a rehashing of Immanual Velikovsky's catastrophe
      theory, but the product of serious research and the subject of two soon-to-be released books written by independent experts in the
      field of recent prehistory. The compelling evidence assembled by these authors reveals the existence of a prehistoric reality that
      casts orthodox notions about early man into the realm of mere guess work.

      ORTHODOX ASSUMPTIONS

      With its long-standing preference for uniformitarianism (the doctrine that nothing sudden occurred in prehistory, only slow
      evolutionary and geological changes), modern science has discounted what was taken for granted in the last century: that hard
      evidence reveals a global catastrophe occurred recently on Earth. That bias, coupled with the dogma of scientific materialism, the
      presumption that all existence, even consciousness, evolved from matter alone, remains the unproven basis upon which conventional
      theories of human origins rest.

      (there are twenty-five more paragraphs in this article)




      From: K <webhawks@...>
      Subject: Galactic Core Explosions


      <http://members.aol.com/starcode/GalacticCenter/Galactic.html>

      Galactic Core Explosions

      Galactic core outbursts are the most energetic explosions observed to take place in the universe. This image of Spiral galaxy PG
      0052+251 (taken with the Hubble Space Telescope. Courtesy of J. Bahcall and NASA) shows a very energetic explosion taking place in
      the core of spiral galaxy PG 0052+251. Its active quasar-like core is radiating 7 times as much energy as comes from all the stars
      in this galaxy.

      Dr. LaViolette relates that cosmic ray electrons and electromagnetic radiation from a core explosion of far lesser intensity
      impacted our Solar System at the end of the last ice age. He was the first to demonstrate that cosmic rays from a galactic core
      explosion penetrate far outside a galaxy's nucleus to bombard solar systems like our own that lie in spiral arms. He coined the
      word galactic superwave to refer to this cosmic barrage. He says that outbursts from the core of the Milky Way recur at long
      intervals and, because they travel at near light speed, arrive at Earth's doorstep virtually without warning. The authors of the
      zodiac and other ancient lores went to great pains to try to warn us about this phenomenon.

      The Starburst Foundation is attempting to make the general public and scientific community aware of this phenomenon. It also is
      attempting to find ways of predicting the future arrival of superwaves and to investigate ways of lessening their adverse effect on
      our planet.
      email: <Starcode@...>
      * * * * *

      There was another one about sun flares, but I believe it's old news now.

      I actually re-posted this text to "Continuum and Beyond" under the impression that it was "2012 Theories", so pardon the error
      because I wanted this to be posted in 1999... Oh well, Jan. 1st isn't too bad either, right?

      It's been a crazy year for me, full of new teachings and experiences, mostly thanks to people like the ones who make up this type
      of mailing list; I am grateful to you all.
      Hope you all had a happy and safe new year celebration, take lots of care!
      Will see you soon; from Chile, South America

      NiteWolf
      nitewolf@...

      "A wolf never flees in the face of his foe"
    • Sue Civil-Brown
      ... NiteWolf, A physicist friend of mine reviewed LaViolette s work for me and pronounced his physics all wet. On the other hand, there is no question but
      Message 2 of 8 , Jan 6, 2000
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        NiteWolf wrote:

        > Dr. LaViolette relates that cosmic ray electrons and electromagnetic radiation from a core explosion of far lesser intensity
        > impacted our Solar System at the end of the last ice age.

        NiteWolf,

        A physicist friend of mine reviewed LaViolette's work for me and pronounced his physics "all wet."

        On the other hand, there is no question but what Maya legend predicts something which could be interpreted as a galactic superwave,
        expected around 2012. (Hmm...you don't suppose this has something to do with the name of this group? <g>)

        Other writers (Hancock and Bauval spring to mind) have certainly made a great case for the almost obsessive concern our ancestors
        showed for the heavens, the zodiac and the Milky Way. If they are right, then one has to assume there was a genuine purpose behind the
        "mirroring" of the heavens in structures on earth. One can ideed conclude that some message was being passed down to us.

        Consequently, physics aside, I don't completely dismiss LaViolette. The presumption that our ancestors were concerned with nothing but
        the proper time to plant crops is egotistical and arrogant. Equally arrogant is dismissing as fanciful the myths and legends which
        have descended to us.

        The old grannies were right about willow bark tea. It only took science until the 20th century to admit the stuff actually
        works...because it contains acetyl salicylic acid. Aspirin. But I'll stop here before I get up on my hobby horse again about the
        sheer hubris of "science."

        Sue
      • Braungart@xxx.xxx
        Message 3 of 8 , Jan 6, 2000
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          <<< The old grannies were right about willow bark tea. It only took science
          until the 20th century to admit the stuff actually
          works...because it contains acetyl salicylic acid. Aspirin. But I'll stop
          here before I get up on my hobby horse again about the
          sheer hubris of "science." >>>
          Sue -- Is that like the "witches" who knew that a poltice of moldy bread could sometimes cure an infected wound?
          Regards,
          John
        • Sue Civil-Brown
          ... You got it, John. And like the native americans who used tree moss in much the same way. (I forget, naturally, which antibiotic certain tree mosses
          Message 4 of 8 , Jan 6, 2000
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            Braungart@... wrote:

            > Sue -- Is that like the "witches" who knew that a poltice of moldy bread could sometimes cure an infected wound?
            > Regards,
            > John
            >

            You got it, John. And like the native americans who used tree moss in much the same way. (I forget, naturally,
            which antibiotic certain tree mosses "mimic." Mimic. Sheesh....)

            Sue
          • Jack Hankey
            Can you tell me more about Mayan predictions? ... From: Sue Civil-Brown To: Sent: Thursday, January 06,
            Message 5 of 8 , Jan 8, 2000
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              Can you tell me more about Mayan predictions?
              ----- Original Message -----
              From: "Sue Civil-Brown" <wordshop@...>
              To: <2012-Theories@onelist.com>
              Sent: Thursday, January 06, 2000 7:09 AM
              Subject: Re: [2012-Theories] Happy New Year


              >
              >
              > NiteWolf wrote:
              >
              > > Dr. LaViolette relates that cosmic ray electrons and electromagnetic
              radiation from a core explosion of far lesser intensity
              > > impacted our Solar System at the end of the last ice age.
              >
              > NiteWolf,
              >
              > A physicist friend of mine reviewed LaViolette's work for me and
              pronounced his physics "all wet."
              >
              > On the other hand, there is no question but what Maya legend predicts
              something which could be interpreted as a galactic superwave,
              > expected around 2012. (Hmm...you don't suppose this has something to do
              with the name of this group? <g>)
              >
              > Other writers (Hancock and Bauval spring to mind) have certainly made a
              great case for the almost obsessive concern our ancestors
              > showed for the heavens, the zodiac and the Milky Way. If they are right,
              then one has to assume there was a genuine purpose behind the
              > "mirroring" of the heavens in structures on earth. One can ideed conclude
              that some message was being passed down to us.
              >
              > Consequently, physics aside, I don't completely dismiss LaViolette. The
              presumption that our ancestors were concerned with nothing but
              > the proper time to plant crops is egotistical and arrogant. Equally
              arrogant is dismissing as fanciful the myths and legends which
              > have descended to us.
              >
              > The old grannies were right about willow bark tea. It only took science
              until the 20th century to admit the stuff actually
              > works...because it contains acetyl salicylic acid. Aspirin. But I'll
              stop here before I get up on my hobby horse again about the
              > sheer hubris of "science."
              >
              > Sue
              >
              >
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            • Sue Civil-Brown
              Jack, I ll have to dig out my tomes on Mayan myth and legend to give any real overview. It s been a while. I ll see which of the most interesting ones I can
              Message 6 of 8 , Jan 10, 2000
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                Jack,

                I'll have to dig out my tomes on Mayan myth and legend to give any real
                overview. It's been a while. I'll see which of the most interesting ones I can
                pull out.

                But I'm sure that everyone here knows that 2012 is the end of the Mayan baktun,
                or long cycle. On the Mayan calendar, this means the end of an age, and implies
                catastrophe. Offhand, I seem to remember that the world ended twice before,
                from fire and flood, but don't quote me on this. I *am* sure that there were
                previous catastrophes.

                The Maya were great astronomers, and they linked the end of the long cycle and
                the accompanying destruction to the position of the stars. And they indicated
                that the destruction came from a certain direction (Hunab sticks in my mind,
                but again, I'm not sure I correctly remember this) which is, apparently, the
                center of the galaxy. The direction is nailed down by star positions, which we
                now know are in that direction. So much so that LaViolette says they're an
                arrow to the galactic center.

                But over the next couple of weeks, as time allows, I'll dig up some of the more
                interesting stuff about this so you can draw your own conclusions.

                Sue
              • Jack Hankey
                Thankyou Sue. this is very much appreciated. I have a friend who is a physicist and works at an observatory and has worked at observatories in the Andes as
                Message 7 of 8 , Jan 14, 2000
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                  Thankyou Sue. this is very much appreciated. I have a friend who is a
                  physicist and works at an observatory and has worked at observatories in the
                  Andes as well. She says that up to now, we have not been able to see the
                  center of the galaxie due to dust, gas, etc., other than the 'great buble'
                  in the middle. Its interesting tht this 2012 points to the center of the
                  galaxie as we know so little about it.
                  Are there anyother legends from elsewhere to co oberate the Mayan legends?
                  jack
                  ----- Original Message -----
                  From: "Sue Civil-Brown" <wordshop@...>
                  To: <2012-Theories@onelist.com>
                  Sent: Monday, January 10, 2000 6:37 AM
                  Subject: Re: [2012-Theories] Happy New Year


                  > From: Sue Civil-Brown <wordshop@...>
                  >
                  > Jack,
                  >
                  > I'll have to dig out my tomes on Mayan myth and legend to give any real
                  > overview. It's been a while. I'll see which of the most interesting ones
                  I can
                  > pull out.
                  >
                  > But I'm sure that everyone here knows that 2012 is the end of the Mayan
                  baktun,
                  > or long cycle. On the Mayan calendar, this means the end of an age, and
                  implies
                  > catastrophe. Offhand, I seem to remember that the world ended twice
                  before,
                  > from fire and flood, but don't quote me on this. I *am* sure that there
                  were
                  > previous catastrophes.
                  >
                  > The Maya were great astronomers, and they linked the end of the long cycle
                  and
                  > the accompanying destruction to the position of the stars. And they
                  indicated
                  > that the destruction came from a certain direction (Hunab sticks in my
                  mind,
                  > but again, I'm not sure I correctly remember this) which is, apparently,
                  the
                  > center of the galaxy. The direction is nailed down by star positions,
                  which we
                  > now know are in that direction. So much so that LaViolette says they're
                  an
                  > arrow to the galactic center.
                  >
                  > But over the next couple of weeks, as time allows, I'll dig up some of the
                  more
                  > interesting stuff about this so you can draw your own conclusions.
                  >
                  > Sue
                  >
                  >
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                • Zakk Wilde
                  Hello, I hope all of you had a Merry Christmas and that you have a Happy New Year. I have been working on a new web page that is still under construction, it
                  Message 8 of 8 , Dec 26, 2003
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                    Hello,
                    I hope all of you had a Merry Christmas and that you have a Happy New
                    Year.
                    I have been working on a new web page that is still under
                    construction, it follows in the same lines of my group which is based
                    on paranormal and on Ancient civilizations.
                    There is lots of work to be done in research on all of the above and
                    we can never have too many people who enjoy doing this. Go check out
                    the web site and if you have any ideas as to what can be done to
                    change it and make it better please email me with the details.
                    www.strangeexperience.biz
                    www.groups.yahoo.com/group/strangeexperience


                    I really appreciate your help

                    ~Zakk
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