ADAM’S CALENDAR AND THE HIDDEN RUINS OF SOUTHERN AFRICA
By Michael Tellinger
Scholars have told us that the first civilisation on Earth emerged in a land called Sumer some 6,000 years ago. Recent archaeological findings suggest that the Sumerians may have inherited some of their knowledge from an earlier civilisation that emerged many thousands of years earlier in southern Africa, the cradle of humankind. More than 100,000 years ago, early humans built a stone calendar that precedes all other man-made structures found to date. This discovery is so astounding that it requires a true paradigm shift in our approach to ancient human activity, as it takes us closer to the emergence of the earliest humans on planet Earth.
Ancient stone ruins and a sophisticated clifftop calendar found in southern Africa could be at least 100,000 years old and are evidence that this region was the cradle of humankind as well as home to the Continue reading
7 – St Winebald day: Blood rituals, dismemberment. Animal/human sacrifice.
17 – Satanic revels: Sexual rituals.
20 – 26: Sacrifice preparation: kidnapping, holding and ceremonial preparation of person for human sacrifice.
26 – The Da Muer ritual: Grand climax. Sex rituals and human sacrifice of woman/child.
2 – Candlemass: Mass initiation of new members and animal or human sacrifice. Continue reading
Moon phases 2014
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THE COSMIC FIVE, SEVEN AND TWELVE
BY LAWRENCE PARMLY BROWN
NUMEROUS groups of twelve divine or human figures, mythical and historical, are connected directly or indirectly with the twelve months of the year or the corresponding signs of the zodiac, or with the twelve divisions of various countries recognized as terrestrial counterparts of the twelvefold celestial region. The lunar division of the year into twelve months was certainly known long before the solar zodiac, and of course the calendar months were always of more popular utility than the zodiac; whence in the most ancient mythologies that have come down to us the twelve gods belong to the months.
According to the Rigveda, the Brahmins had “always observed the order of the gods as they are to be worshipped in the twelve months” (A^II, 103), and the gods of the months comprise six pairs of twins (for six seasons), Continue reading
KEMET FOUNDATIONS OF WESTERN ASTROLOGY
By Metaphysics (2008)
The complexity of the calendar of Kemet does not permit a full treatment of it here except to mention a few important points. The Rama ni Kuma concept of time involved cycles that reached beyond centuries, into eras. Essentially, there were two calendars used simultaneously, one can be called the seasonal year of 365 and one fourth days, which was based on Sepdit’s heliacal cycle (also called the Sothic Cycle), and the shifting, or civil year of 365 days. With these two calendars a great year of 1,460 years was derived. Continue reading
From A History of the Months and the Meanings of their Names
April – Aphrodite’s Month
Old English: April(is)
Greek: Aphro (short for Aphrodite)
Aprilis had 30 days, until the Roman calender of Numa when it had 29 days. Until the Julinan calender when it became 30 days again.
Aphrodite is the Greek goddess of love and beauty. The roman Continue reading