CHELYABINSK VORTICES, SHOCK WAVE, & DOWN RANGE POPPING
Many of the legends tell us that, as the comet approached the Earth, that is, as it entered our atmosphere and combined with it, it gave forth world-appalling noises, thunders beyond all earthly thunders, roarings, howlings, and hissings, that shook the globe.
The legend related by Hygin, which made the caduceus originate in Hermes throwing his wand between two serpents fighting.
The two hero god monoliths with seven birds of the Pleiades where the Taurid Stream appears to originate. They are surrounded by twelve monoliths representing the constellations. Could they be the earliest representation of Gilgamesh with the lion pelt and Enkidu with the bull on his chest from 12,000 years ago?
MANY DIFFERENT VIEWS OF CHELYABINSK SUPER BOLIDE
The Aztec Quetzalcoatl, the bird-serpent, when he would promulgate his decrees, his herald proclaimed them from Tzatzitepec, the hill of shouting, with such a mighty voice that it could be heard a hundred leagues around. The arrows which he shot transfixed great trees, the stones he threw leveled forests, and when he laid his hands on the rocks the mark was indelible.
Halloween, New Years, and the Comet Connection
In the hoary past The New Year was held when the Earth crossed the night time Taurid Stream which is when Halloween is held today. The ancients' 'calendar' went by a sidereal system which uses the stars with the Precession of the Spring Equinox in which the year was three hundred and sixty days long plus five 'Unlucky Days'. This was a time of great dread because they knew this was when the Earth was hit before from above and caused a great cataclysm of death and destruction that could happen again at this time, which if it did not occur again then it was a joyous beginning of the New Year. This is what the ancient great mysteries are all about, the erudite kept it shrouded from the general public and yet the tradition has continued to this day as Halloween, The Festival of the Dead, The Day of the Dead in Mexico, The Bon Festival in Asia, and many Feast of Ancestor Worship commemorations around the world.
Many culture's traditions have lost the true nature of the meaning and have slipped away seasonally from the crossing of the Taurid Meteor Shower caused by the Precession of the Spring Equinoxes over vast amounts of time or were changed intentionally. When the catastrophe struck it was spring time thirteen thousand years ago and it just happens that Halloween is the correct time today and coincides with the beginning of winter and is known as The Fall Harvest when the plants dye off from the cold weather. When the event happened it killed off the beginning of spring and is what is called the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis wherein a comet impacted into the Larentide Ice sheet in North America and killed off the mammoth and one hundred and seventy two other large animals around the world and many of mankind. This is where the origin of the global flood, fire from the sky, and great conflagration mythologies came from and is perpetuated to this day as fear and death. It is also the origin of solar worship and verdure dying myths such as Adonis, because during the onslaught the sky went dark for a long period of time and mankind believed it would never return which is overwhelmingly evident in worldwide legends.
The remnant of the comet is still out there as 2P/Encke and the Northern and Southern Taurid Streams which appear to come out of the Pleiades that is on the back of the bull of the Taurus Constellation. The vast majority of cultures regulated these commemorations with the Pleiades and can be traced back to the oldest monument of Gobekle Tepe which has two central monoliths, one with a bull representing the comet and its origin on its chest, the other with a lion pelt around its waist symbolizing the sun plus at its base are seven birds representing the Pleiades, and they are surrounded by twelve monoliths representing the twelve constellations. It is all about the confrontation of the comet, the Earth, and the sun disappearing by dust veiling the atmosphere in which the sun eventually triumphs when the sky clears as is redundantly portrayed in common mythology as the battle of the shinning knight, the evil dragon, and saving the maiden whom represents the bounty of nature.
The Chinese to this day celebrate the New Year with fireworks and an orb followed by a huge dragon, clearly symbolizing a comet and coincidentally a bolide. In Mexico at midnight as the Pleiades approached the zenith, a human victim was offered up to avert the dread calamity which they believed impended over the human race. The Egyptians would parade the Apis Bull around the temple seven times. The indigenous Australians painted a white stripe over their arms, legs, and ribs, they appear, as they dance by the fires at night, like so many skeletons rejoicing. Also the current Halloween depiction of a witch, withered mother nature, on a broom flying across the sky has to has a remarkable symbolism to what was a common description of a comet as is the myth of Electra, one of the seven sisters of the Pleiades, who fell to Earth with disheveled hair to the North Pole. The rising of the Pleiades on the Tonga Islands is also connected with their Festival of the Dead. The North American indigenous people have a story of seven boys that dance their way up into the sky and one of them falls creating a crater. Virtually all of mankind's ancient traditions point to the Pleiades as the origin and causation of past world calamities.
So, when those little
trick-or-treaters show up at your door you will now know that they
are there as a reminder that there is a real threat of inner solar
system space debris colliding with the Earth and throwing everything
into chaos. Also with their greeting they are asking if it will be a
good outcome or a bad one as no one knows when the next one will
strike. In many of mythologies around the world there is also a
trickster that represents this same aspect. And if your curious,
this Halloween of 2016 it will be approximately the New Year of
12,786 + or – 50yrs. That is a very long time to convey a vital
message and have it delivered to your front door step year after
year, so try to change the consensus that the word 'myth' is a
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