I start this blog on, of all days, the 21 December 2012.  Why not?  Obviously the world is not ending. 

The Mayans had such a strong belief in this date for some reason.  Perhaps we will never know the reason.  Or do we already?  The Mayans were keen and resolute observers of time.  They were perhaps one of the most skilled at it of all of our ancestors.  They keyed in on this date more than 5,000 years ago.  They knew of the cyclical nature of time and I choose this date to start this blog because of this.  And because today is the winter solstice.

I have been interested in astronomy ever since I can remember.  Someone once asked me: “why stare into space looking at the stars?”  Too which I replied: “because they hold the answer to everything.”  When it comes to time and our existence in this solar system, this answer to which I gave can be most closest to the truth than anything else I can reason. The ancients knew this.  Why we “modern” humans cannot is beyond fathoming.  We are stuck in this predicament of time as a straight arrow and not circular.  And it has affected EVERYTHING about us humans and our history.  In fact, it has controlled history.  But if we reflect back on the ancients who knew about time it will be shown they had a very deep knowledge of how time works and they reflected this in their artwork, their architecture, their myths, their places of worship, and even in the thing they worship.  Some cultures (the Egyptians, Mayans, Indians, and others) simply extrapolated from the heavens how time works by observing our sky over thousands, perhaps millions, of years.  More precisely, they studied the precession of the equinox, which is the only true clock of our planet.  And they incorporated the knowledge gained from these studies into their myths, art, religion, architecture.  The Indians (Asian, not Native American) perfected the study of time and codified it in the Yuga science. 

By following this blog, you will see how the Yuga science corresponds very remarkably to the precession of the equinox and how it all affects us humans here on planet Earth, the third planet out from the Sun in the Solar System, which is on the Orion-Cygnus Arm of the Milky Way Galaxy, which is only one of many galaxies in the Local Group of the Virgo Supercluster of galaxies.  In other words, we are simply a speck of dust in the universe, but at the same time we are the universe.  I believe it was Lao Tzu who said “there is no God when there is nothing but God”.     


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  1. Very nice!! Looking forward to following….I do remember how you were always interested in the stars..and so willing to teach the children up at the cottage. They loved looking through your telescope and you explaining to them what star was what!!

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