The universe is not a random affair

A typical solar system representation from NASA.  Pretty pictures, out of scale,  incorrect layout, and no explanation.  Apart from full marks for color,  all it achieves is to leave you worried about those ugly rocks flying around that might impact with earth one day.   The asteroid belt is in fact very stable, and the travel of comets regular and predictable.

I’m doing my very best to get my head around another Zecharia Sitchin book, this one called When Time Began – which somewhat illogically is the third one I am reading, although it’s actually Book V of The Earth Chronicles.

It’s moving the focus onto how the various time measurement systems were developed, by who and why.  Things like Stonehenge and the Pyramids are where I’m heading next in my contended ramblings through celestial history.

The raw material of time measurement systems are planetary movements.  For example the earth rotates approximately 360 times in one of our ‘years’ (365.25), which is the time it takes for the earth to make a complete revolution of the sun.  You might say that if time measures were meant to be metric, it would complete one revolution in something like 100 or 1000 earth rotations.  But it doesn’t.  365 is the figure, take it or leave it!

The dividing of each rotation into twenty four hours is of course arbitrary.  We could have had ten hours if we had preferred, or twenty.  Likewise we have sixty minutes in an hour, and sixty seconds in a minute.  It could have been 100, but whoever it was who decided on the measures of time millennia ago, pitched up on the use of 60.

Next up is how many years are there in an earth age.  That is calculated by reference to the fact that the earth, when measured at the spring solstice, doesn’t quite get back to where it started, as can be seen by reference to the stars.  In fact after 365 earth rotations (an earth year), the earth is about 55 seconds late in getting back to where it started.

This calculates to a figure of 1 degree of arc every 72 years.  For the earth to go all the way around (moving backwards as it were) and back to the start point takes an incredibly long time – 360 times 72 years no less – 25,920 years in fact.

To make things a little easier to take in, the ancient Sumerians divided the celestial clock up into a zodiac, familiar to us today for the position of the moon relative to the various ‘star signs’, from which we deduce the influence of the moon on our personalities.  The imaginary zodiac pictures were already worked out 6000 years ago, and possibly much longer ago than that.

Each star sign, or zodiac is allocated 30 degrees of arc, although some are wider than that, and others narrower.  Each one (currently we are approaching the end of Pisces) takes 30 times 72 years to pass – or 2160 earth sun revolutions.  That (pretty obviously) makes a figure of 36 when divided by 60.

Are you starting to notice anything yet about all these numbers?  The figures that we have no choice about – the numbers created by the planets as they move around each other, are not decimal.

They appear to have very close relationships to each other the more you examine them.  The universe cannot be an entirely random affair, which you would expect if it had all happened by chance.  Sixty is the figure which divides into all of the various numbers, which is no doubt one reason why the people who first recorded these planetary events decided that sixty minutes and sixty seconds, and twelve hours (X2) were the right numbers to work from – copying the apparent system of the Gods – sexagesimal.

If you follow the other pieces I have been writing about recently, mentioning the planet Nibiru, the same numbering system continues in similar vein.  Nibiru, according to Sumerian astronomers, completes a sun rotation every 3600 earth years.   It seems the main thing to recall in all these matters is that God multiplies by six first, then ten, then six again, then ten to achieve all his plans.

And that’s before we list out the metrics of the moon mentioned in the book ‘Who built the moon?’ where the relationships between earth, sun and moon are mathematically quite uncanny.  I have a long way to go with this topic yet, and I hope to find more interesting things by ploughing through these books.

It is still amazing that the Sumerians knew there were twelve planets in our solar system 6000 years ago, while we were still discovering planets up until 1930.  There were a thousand years and more when mankind believed the earth was the centre of the solar system and not the sun, as taught by the RC Church.

Yet the real story, of the sun being the centre, was well known millennia beforehand.  Why has humanity been put into a state of forced ignorance about our place in the universe, and its times, and kept there for so long?  That is the burning question.  The notion of hiding the truth from the ‘plebs’ predates the Romans, the Greeks and even the Egyptians.   Once we establish conspiracy as more than a mere theory (I believe we already have, 911 being the classic moment of revelation), we will be forced to look thousands of years into the past to identify the moment deliberate deception of the ruled by their rulers all started.

Forget the epochs that are taught in school, colleges and universities as where the modern world was created, i.e. ‘classical’ Greece, ‘ancient’ Rome or Ptolomaic Egypt.  I’m talking a number of thousands of years before those societies came into being.

As for the accuracy of the figures for Nibiru, there is always a variation as with Halley’s Comet being approximately a 75 year return, although it can vary by a year.  But the essential facts are correct.  The maths that controls the universe is not random.  The powers that be just like to keep you worried and ignorant, whenever they can, as per usual.  But we’re onto them, and are catching up fast.

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19 Responses to “The universe is not a random affair”

  1. I have had many random affairs, many of which are enumerated on my charming little website.

    “Affairs of the Rich and Imfamous”

  2. Tapestry says:

    In your dreams, Highland.

  3. Toad Hall says:

    Interesting Tap. Look forward to reading more of your thoughts…

  4. Banana says:

    Dear idiot – there are 365 days in a year, not 360. No wonder you spout so much crap.

  5. Tapestry says:

    Banana, at least you read it.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Problem is, NASA provide most of the ‘information’ that we are led to believe: through the corporate-owned mainstream media and government.

    If NASA suddenly told you Mars wasn’t a red planet, but a blue, or pink, or yellow planet… and because it was on the TV or in a newspaper, then sadly most people would believe it. It would be described as something like ‘new research/scientific studies have proven that…’ [blah, blah].

    Where else are people on the planet Earth going to substantiate/cross-reference/verify the facts from? It’s a common trait that so many humans want to believe the first thing they hear/read if it’s a ‘credible’ source. Define ‘credible’.

    For instance, the NASA moon landing was debunked a long time ago, for those that want to compare and contrast and make their own minds up:

  7. Anonymous says:

    No harm getting the numbers right. The earth takes 365.25 days to orbit the sun, which by definition is the also the number of times the earth rotates over the same period.

  8. A10Sean says:

    Tap , specifically on the origin of our species – I recall Jared Diamond in Guns , Germs and Steel – He attributed the development of civilisation to the time after the end of an ice age 10,000 years ago which left the planet in a warmer period. The availability of food allowed for higher population concentrations which allowed for all the various innovations – obviously he said a lot more – but population density seemed to be the main reason for technology advances. That said , he was not able to provide an explanation as to the origin or advancement of our species , other than to say there was a ‘ great enlightenment ‘ or other similar expression 50-100,000 years ago at which time humans were anatomically the same as they are now.

    I’m not convinced that Sitchens material is valid – Did the Sumerians really know there were 12 planets ? How do we know that ? The scroll which shows the graphic is not conclusive – it can be interpreted many ways …


  9. Tapestry says:

    Sean10. The best advice I can give if you are interested is to read The Twelfth Planet. The Great Flood happened about 13,000 years ago. It was a tidal wave caused as miles of ice slid into the sea at the end of the ice age. The wave went around the globe, hundreds of feet high, wiping out all known cities and killing most of the people who were then alive. About four thousand years later, agriculture began in Mesopotamia as if from nowhere. Another Nibiru passing later, or about 5/6000 years ago, cities sprang up as if from nowhere with the full apparatus of the modern society, law courts, temples, architects, medical practices, universities, astronomers – the lot.

    I think 365.25 is correct, anonymous. I seems to have a blank spot with the easy information, or is it the heat where I am writing away?

  10. A10Sean says:

    Tap, Have you already read Guns , Germs and Steel ?


  11. Tapestry says:

    I read a synopsis, and decided it wasn’t for me. It must be a good read, as it is recommended so often. I can’t be sure but I felt the concept was brave, but it’s based on an idea of how man developed. Sitchin works from sources, being one of the few people in the world able to translate cuneiform and do original research using Sumerian clay tablets, which were the printing material of the day. He also works from DNA evidence, radio carbon dating, archaeological digging, and he refers to the Old Testament. When he has three pieces of evidence all pointing one way, he goes with it, no matter how mad the story sounds if you only read the headline.

  12. Tapestry says:

    John sends –

    Please find below a link to Mike Heiser, who appears to rejoin a number of otherts who consider that Sitchoin was ‘planted’ (by the Elite, as per usual) to divert attention away from the pursuit of innerstanding.

    TAP – Every good source is painted black especially by those whose work is made to look wrong. I am put off by people who want to talk about themselves to the exclusion of their subject. The site you give looks like a campaigning site. A good historian would not badge his work with what is effectively a political slogan. I have more respect fro those who say what they know, and let it stand in its own right – in fact people like Sitchin. Hoaxers usually fall apart in the detail. Sitchin doesn’t.

  13. A10Sean says:

    Sitchin Does Tap. I seen you question him yourself.

    Its all interesting stuff – I dont know if thousands of scrolls are still waiting to be translated in underground vaults – but that would be very intersting.

    I have know idea if the Diamond Geezer has the answers either – My reading of him didnt provide all the answers – but you should be aware of his take – with the usual provisos .

    Take a look at ancient aliens debunked on Youtube – they specifically address Sitchen with reference to the scrolls and his translations . That said , I still havent looked at all of Sitchen’s material either …

    But we did discount the alien theory last year didnt we ? Its just such an appealing story , and a clever distraction ?

  14. Tapestry says:

    Sitchin is a linguist who knows how the meaning of words has been changed by wrong translation. Of course have doubts about all sources, but at least read them.

  15. A10Sean says:

    Doubtless he has much to share – I looked at one of his lectures last night – The Genesis 6.6 verse keeps coming up – the sons of gods – both plural. Also reference to Nephilim – sitchen maintains the word translates as those who decended from above – not simply Giants . He reckons Jacobs Ladder was actually a stairway / stargate . Lots more to look at . I’m going to have to do some bible study… I always thought the Bible was the best sold and least read book going.


  16. Tapestry says:

    Sitchin’s bible references always prove it correct, but meaning slightly different things to what we’ve been told, as you describe, Sean.

    Reading him reacquaints you with many bible stories from The Old Testament.

  17. Anonymous says:

    I appreciate your blog and find much solid information. Must add my belief that the whole alien thing is disinfo. I believe it has two main goals, one to discourage those who would otherwise take you (and other’s who have seen past the veil) seriously. Secondly, with suggestions of ‘alien’ invasions even back in Reagan speeches, probably earlier, as well as increasing use in Hollywood and other media, it seems reasonable to suggest that the elite are planning to someday stage an alien invasion to terrify the public and solidify their control. Please reconsider falling for the alien line – definitely keeps many who might otherwise read you away. Sadly, makes it very difficult to swallow Icke, but I do believe he has probably just been deceived. So much disinfo deliberately sown to keep people from uniting in discovering the truth.

  18. truthseeker says:

    Many praises for your solid thinking. Just wish to add my well-meaning 2 cents worth, that the whole alien thing is one of the greatest disinfo tools used by TPTB. Two main agendas, I believe; one to discredit otherwise sound research, the other, suggested by speeches by Reagan, possibly earlier, that suggest that an alien invasion would unite the people of the world, points to the future use of a staged alien invasion to terrify and tyrannize the world. It is, I believe, their final and ultimate tool, that they believe will solidify their power. Just my opinion, but I’m afraid many sound thinking people will be forced to dismiss you because of this issue.

  19. Tapestry says:

    I used to think aliens = disinfo. After reading many good books with great detail, I no longer do so. Hoaxes fall apart in the detail. The interplanetary origins of man is a story that holds together in all its details.

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