№ 46. Surviving the disintegration of the Polar Configuration

 

 

 

 

The Importance of Terminology


This is a section I most likely will replicate on other pages because it has taken me years to decide on the best word to describe what happened at the end of the last world age when the polar configuration of the planets disintegrated  and over a period of what I think was thousands of years eventually assumed their present orbits.

The “gods” are gone now. They have retreated into orbits so distant that we think of them merely as stars that move across the night sky.  But the gods will be returning soon because the ancients are telling us that the disintegration and reunification of the planets into a polar configuration is a cycle that I discuss in the section entitled From Cancer to Capricorn: Rebirth of the Solar System (Palingenesis) on page № 34. Return of the Planet Gods, Polar Configuration, and Golden Age.

 

 

 

 

Trethevy Quoit

People were no more religious thousands of years ago than they are now


During the disintegration of the last polar configuration before the planets settled into their present orbits, Earth was routinely pelted with debris from Mars while still in polar configuration (from which came the sands of the Sahara desert), the explosion of Proto-Saturn, near collisions with the comet Venus, and finally the devastating close encounters with Mars. In addition, you can be mathematically sure during these times that asteroids and comets (rocks in space) in the inner Solar System are much more likely to impact our planet because their orbits are constantly perturbed by the movement of the large rocks we call planets.

The dolmen in the Yehudiya Nature Reserve

A reconfiguration of the planets clearly lasts  for hundreds (several generations and enough time for any of the structures discussed on this page to be built) if not thousands of years during which death rains down from the skies.

 

Archeologists will never understand the mound builders in North America, Newgrange, Petra, the Labyrinth, or any of the thousands of other such structures all over the world until they realize why they were built.

 

 

Newgrange was built to survive the disintegration of the polar configuration before and after the biblical deluge of April 20, 3105 BC

 

These were what we would describe today as bomb shelters, not burial chambers. And they damn sure were not built for ceremonial or religious purposes. That would be as ridiculous as saying the Cheyenne Mountain Complex is a town hall or church. The reality of these structures is that when the planets reconfigure themselves, death rains down from the sky for thousands of years afterwards.

 

 

Large stacked stone structures such as Trethevy Quoit pictured above were intended to offer emergency shelter for people caught out in the open. Other, more elaborate survival complexes, such as Poverty Point in Louisiana, were always built next to rivers so as to minimize exposure while replenishing their water supplies, bathing, and most importantly of all urinating and defecating

 

 

 

 

 

The Labyrinth


Prior to the underground cities in Anatolia which protected them from the destructions of Venus and Mars, the progeny of Jove survived in the Labyrinth on the Giza Plateau. I still to this day am not ready to date the building of the Great Pyramid. I do know that the Labyrinth was built to survive something above ground. Such structures are the same all over the world, be they caves, tunnels, earthen mounds, or large boulders stacked on top of each other out in the open.

 

The Giza Labyrinth & How the Pyramids Saved Humanity | Ancient Architects from the Ancient Architects channel

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Finding Ancient Egypt’s Great Lost Labyrinth! from the UnchartedX YouTube channel

 

Cave Complex may lie beneath Giza Pyramids

Google search: limestone caves underneath the Giza plateau

 

 

 

Petra


This video gives a good idea of the extent of this system of caves:

Lost Ancient Technology Of Jordan: Petra from the Brien Foerster YouTube channel: (Brien can get a little tiresome, but he is a totally unique source of information)

This National Geographic article says the water supply system could support 30,000 people:

Go Inside Jordan’s Stunning City of Stone

 

 

 

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