Subject: Violent stellar explosions
Date: 4/6/2005 12:49:27 PM Pacific Standard Time
Since we seem to have had a wealth of these recently, thought you might find
the following of interest.
BTW, does anything you're following fall under this description? (Assuming the time-table given below is "off" a little bit.)
From the book The New World Order by A. Ralph Epperson, pg. 93-95
But there is another mystery concealed inside the Great Pyramid [of Giza] that must be explored.
The pyramid appears to have been built to memorialize the explosion of a great star 4,000 years ago.
Mr. Noone says:
"If the Ascending Passage and Grand Gallery were built to observe this supernova explosion, the Giza complex was built to memorializie a tremendous cataclysm in the earth's planetary system which affected the globe with fire and flood."
"The Grand Gallery, aimed like a giant telescope at a particular celestial body in the earth's southern sky -- before its view of the heavens was blocked by the completion of the building -- points to where radio astronomy has just pinpointed the supernova (or giant stellar explosion) nearest to our solar system ...
The Great Pyramid's Grand Gallery is focused at this particular spot in the earth's southern sky."
Then Mr. Noone discussed the research being done to locate the spot in the universe where the Grand Gallery is pointed. He wrote:
"In the late 1960's Dr. Anthony Hewish, 1974 co-recipient of the Nobel Prize in physics, was working at England's Mulard Radio Astronomy Observatory. Hewish began to track a mysterious rhythmic series of pulses, clearly from a point in the earth's southern sky."
Mr. Noone pointed out that Dr. Hewish:
"... demonstrated that the strange rhythmic pulses were radio emissions from a star that had collapsed or blown itself up in the earth's southern sky some time around 4000 B.C., a date memorialized in the mysteries of Freemasonry as Anno Lucis, the Year of Light."
In another part of the world George Michanowsky, author of the book entitled THE ONCE AND FUTURE STAR was deciphering an incredible message cut, carved, and indented in an ancient cuneiform (meaning a language of wedge-shaped characters used in ancient inscriptions) clay tablet, located in the British Museum.
"The ancient Sumerian cuneiform table Michanowsky was deciphering described a giant star exploding within a triangle formed by the three stars Zeta Puppis, Gamma Velorum, and Lambda Velorum. These three stars are located in the earth's southern sky and unknown to Michanowsky at the time were being tracked by Anthony Hewish."
Michanowsky continued deciphering the Sumerian star catalogue, containing observations going back thousands of years. The remarkably accurate star catalogue now stated that the blazing star that had exploded within the triangle would again be seen by man in 6,000 years. [emphasis mine -- Steve]
So two world renowned scientists had independently discovered the results of a large explosion that they both felt had occurred around 6000 years ago.
Mr. Noone then asked the question:
"Is there a Masonic connection between Vela X, a star which exploded within a triangle, and the ancient religious symbolism and star dates of Freemasonry?"