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HOW THE RELIGION OF CHRISTIANITY BORROWED ITS THEOLOGY
Many people would be very surprised when informed that Christianity borrowed heavily from previous religions. Catholics are taught that everything in Catholicism-Christianity is original. Have a close look at these 12 items:
1. The Ten Commandments: come from the sacred books of China, much older than the Bible.
2. Holy Water: the Hindus, Egyptians, Greeks and Romans used holy water in pre-Christian eras.
3. Baptism: is an ancient ceremony coming from the Romans.
4. Holy Communion: came from the Pagans. They had their eucharistic feasts after harvest … “This is the flesh of the Goddess” when wheat cakes – and “This is the blood of our God” when drinking wine.
5. The Trinity: in Egypt the Father, Son and Holy Ghost were Osiris, Isis and Horus .
6. Crucified Savour: Sixteen pre-Christian savior-gods were all supposed to have died for the sins of the world.
7. Jesus birthday 25th December: Mithra, a previous god, is reported to have been born on the 25th December.
8. Madonna and Child: the Egyptians and Buddhists had that before the Christian era.
9. Hell: Other religions had the concept of hell – e.g. Mithraism (but not eternal hell-fire damnation in hell).
10. The Lord’s Prayer:
originated in Babylon 4,000 B.C.
11. Immortality of the soul: was taught by the Hindus, Egyptians, Greeks and Romans – all before the Christian era.

The above information was taken from Arthur Findlay’s brilliant book on the history or religion
The Rock of Truth
. More that 28,000 clergy-theologians were contacted by PSYCHIC NEWS newspaper in England in 1933 to see if they wanted to dispute the facts. In 83 years since the challenge not one of them challenged the facts stated in this book.

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Your angels want to help you… let them!

Inviting Help From Angels

Angels are Light Beings of Light from the higher dimensions who are present in your universe to be of service. You always have access to angels, and with a simple thought, request or plea you will draw them to you. It is according to Divine will that the angels serve and help you in your life. God wills the angels to help you, and angels carry out God’s will.

You can ask the angels for help with little things, when you encounter huge problems, or need guidance regarding little challenges. Angels can help open the lines of communication between you and another, they can soothe your emotions, and they can change the vibrational energy field around you to help you manifest positive experiences in your life.

Angels are in your experience to serve and love, and they are reaching out more and more towards humanity now… They sincerely want to help and serve… But they must honor our free will and creativity so to allow their assistance, we must ask for it.

Have you noticed more people in your life seem to be becoming aware of the angels and the realms of spirit? While the angels honor free will they are able to leave clues and signs, nudging people to become aware of their presence, and to connect with them.

The angels are gently helping to wake up people who have a mission here on earth to serve others and help the planet on the ascension path.

There are always angels passing in and out of your present space and time, and with intention, practice and persistence you can begin to notice them and consciously perceive their presence and guidance.

There’s nothing to fear when it comes to angels. All beings who are truly of the Angelic Realms have a lovely subtle energy and are of the highest vibrational light energy. Their purpose is to serve humanity and all souls on Earth in reaching the highest possible vibrational level of expression. In other words they are powerful allies as you walk the path of increasing your vibration, becoming more aware and ascending.

Your angels are already leaving you signs, nudging you in the right direction, and helping out behind the scenes… But for them to really help you open to the full high vibrational light of your soul, and the full amazingness you are here in life to experience, you have to invite them to help.

The good news is inviting angelic help is so easy!

Invite the Help of Angels Now!

Right now… Place your left hand over your heart chakra (right in the center of your chest) and place your right hand on top of your left.

Take a few moments to just breathe, relax your mind, and soften your focus… Consciously choosing to direct your attention within.

When you feel relaxed, present, and centered…. Think or say something along the lines of:

Dear angels,

Thank you for your presence in my life. I now invite your direct help and assistance. Guide me to more fully align with my highest potential. Help me to let go of limiting beliefs, thoughts, filters and perceptions that block me from Divine love, and keep me in a lower vibrational state, unaware of your presence.

Help me to choose love in the moment, to be alert and aware, and to bring positive change, growth, and transformation into my life. I welcome your guidance and assistance, and ask for you to help me notice your presence as you guide me to a more fulfilling life in alignment with my authentic truth, and my highest soul purpose.

Open your heart to invite the energy of the angels in… Then take a few minutes to just be, breathe, and know that you have angels with you.

You may want to close your eyes and just feel and experience and light of your angels, or you may want to write down your inner inspirations into a journal.

When you feel complete, thank you angels, and honor yourself for taking this time to align with angelic presence. Now moving forward, your angels can help out… But it’s also up to you to pay attention, follow your intuition, and keep asking for the angels to help you uncover your next steps to aligning with the fullest expression of your potential as a soul in this physical life.

 

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The world’s leading scientific investigator of evidence for reincarnation is Dr Ian Stevenson, Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Virginia. For over 30 years he and his colleagues have been studying cases involving children who remember past lives. Most of the cases come from the Hindu and Buddhist countries of South Asia, the Shiite peoples of Lebanon and Turkey, the tribes of West Africa, and the tribes of northwestern North America. In 1997 Stevenson published details of 225 cases in a massive work Reincarnation and Biology: A Contribution to the Etiology of Birthmarks and Birth Defects. The same year he presented a summary of 112 cases in a much shorter book Where Reincarnation and Biology Intersect.

Stevenson has discovered that birthmarks and birth defects are often related to injuries sustained in the previous life, especially injuries associated with violent death. In many cases he has been able to obtain postmortem reports, hospital records, or other documents that confirm the location of the wounds on the deceased person in question.

Birthmarks often correspond to bullet wounds or stab wounds; sometimes there are two marks corresponding to the points where a bullet entered and left the body. Birthmarks may also be related to a variety of other wounds or marks, not necessarily connected with the previous personality’s death, including surgical incisions and blood left on the body when it was cremated. A boy who lost his fingers in an accident with a fodder-chopping machine and died of an unrelated illness the following year was reborn without the fingers of his right hand. A woman who had been run over by a train, which sliced her right leg in two, was reborn with her right leg absent from just below the knee. A man who, while resting in a field, had been mistaken in the twilight for a rabbit and shot in the ear, was reborn with a severely malformed ear.

Stevenson has found that most of the details that children remember about their previous life turn out to be accurate (he deals only with spontaneous memories and makes no use of hypnosis). Further evidence for reincarnation comes from ‘behavioural memories’. Children sometimes display behaviour that is unusual for the child’s family but fits in with what is known about the person whose life the child remembers. For example, there are cases where children of lower caste Indian families who believe they had been Brahmins – and in their view still were – would refuse to eat their family’s food, which they considered polluted. Conversely, a child remembering the life of a street-sweeper may show an alarming lack of concern about cleanliness. Some children show skills that they have not learned in their present life, but which the previous personality was known to have had.

Many of the children express memories of the previous life in their play. A girl who remembered a previous life as a schoolteacher would assemble her playmates as pupils and play at instructing them with an imaginary blackboard. A child who remembered the life of a garage mechanic would spend hours under a family sofa ‘repairing’ the car that it represented for him. One child who remembered a life in which he had committed suicide by hanging himself had the habit of walking around with a piece of rope tied round his neck.

Phobias occur in about a third of the cases and are nearly always related to the mode of death in the previous life. For example, death by drowning may lead to fear of being immersed in water; death from a snake bite may lead to a phobia of snakes; a child who remembers a life that ended in shooting may show a phobia of guns and loud noises; and a person who died in a road accident may have a phobia of cars, buses, or trucks. Philias (the opposite of phobias) are also common. They frequently take the form of a desire or demand for particular foods not eaten in the child’s present family, or for clothes different from those ordinarily worn by the family members. Other examples involve cravings for addictive substances, such as tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs that the previous personality was known to have used.

In some cases a child remembers a previous life as a person of the opposite sex. Stevenson comments: ‘Such children almost invariably show traits of the sex of the claimed previous life. They cross-dress, play the games of the opposite sex, and may otherwise show attitudes characteristic of that sex. As with the phobias, the attachment to the sex and habits of the previous life usually becomes attenuated as the child grows older; but a few of these children remain intransigently fixed to the sex of the previous life, and one has become homosexual’ (p. 7).

In Stevenson’s view, his strongest cases do not readily lend themselves to an explanation other than reincarnation. This means, he says, that our mind or soul, which he also calls the ‘reincarnating personality’, must be able to exist independently of the brain and body in some sort of ‘mental space’ or ‘discarnate realm’. He proposes that there is also an intermediate vehicle, made of ‘nonmaterial mind stuff’, which imprints the embryo or foetus with memories of injuries or other markings of the previous body, together with likes, dislikes, and other attitudes. He coins the term ‘psychophore’ (literally ‘mind-carrying’) for this vehicle.

Stevenson draws a distinction between personality and individuality, but his usage of these words differs from the theosophical usage. He defines individuality as ‘all the characteristics, whether concealed or expressed, that a person might have from a previous life, or previous lives, as well as from this one’, and personality as ‘the aspects of individuality that are currently expressed or capable of expression’ (p. 182). In theosophy, on the other hand, the personality is the lower animal-human self, and the individuality the reincarnating human-spiritual self. At the end of each incarnation, all the noblest and purest qualities of the personal self are absorbed by the reincarnating soul, which enters a period of devachanic rest, during which it assimilates the lessons of the previous life. The personal self is left behind in the lower astral realms or kama-loka as an astral shell (kama-rupa), which slowly dissipates into its component life-atoms. When a soul returns to incarnation, its lower astral and physical vehicles are built from many of the same life-atoms, and as these are stamped with the karmic impress of the previous personality, many of the same personal attributes (skandhas) will manifest. For the majority of people, this is the only sense in which the personality can be said to reincarnate. In some cases, however, the soul reincarnates before the astral shell has had time to disintegrate fully – a process which for an average human is said to take up to about 20 years, though in some cases it can take centuries.1

A significant feature of the cases studied by Stevenson is that the interval between lives is often no more than a few years. According to theosophy, such a short interval is exceptional. The general rule is that the period of postmortem rest is about 100 times the length of the previous life; the average period is sometimes given as 1500 years, but this is because the average life-span at present is about 15 years. The explosive growth in world population in recent times is an indication that reincarnation is taking place more quickly than in the past – a reflection, in part, of the quickened pace of life and greater thirst for material things in the present age. In rare cases, reincarnation can even take place almost at once, as G. de Purucker explains:

Certain human beings have made so small a link with their spiritual nature that when death comes nothing has been built up in the life just past to bring the devachanic state into existence. As a result, they sink into a state of utter unconsciousness, in which they remain until the next incarnation which comes very quickly.

Several instances of almost immediate reimbodiment have been reported which, if genuine, would represent those rare and extraordinary cases of apparently normal human beings who, for one karmic reason or another, reincarnate possibly within a year or two after death. Compared with the great multitude of average individuals who undergo both kama-loka as well as devachan between incarnations, they are very few in number. Such are by no means evil or wicked, but are what one might call passive or neutral, spiritually, and, because during life they had not as yet awakened to that characteristically spiritual life which produces the devachanic experience, they pass a short time in the kama-loka and incarnate again.

In 51% of the cases Stevenson has investigated, the children remember dying in violent circumstances. As a rule, victims of accidents or violence, including people who commit suicide, remain earth-bound until their vitality is exhausted, after which they may pass through kama-loka and enter the devachan; in some cases reincarnation occurs very quickly.4 The younger the age at which people die, the less opportunity they will have had to activate the lower and higher mental energies that determine the length of the stay in kama-loka and devachan. Another important factor is our beliefs and expectations concerning the afterlife. People who do not believe in life after death will generally be drawn back to earth sooner than those who do. And people who believe in reincarnation but have a strong conviction that they will reincarnate very quickly will tend to return sooner than those with no such conviction. In some of the cases Stevenson has studied, people have apparently predicted before they died in what family they would reincarnate and the birthmarks by which surviving relatives would be able to recognize them. Similarly, it is possible for noble-minded and altruistic people, including chelas, to stamp their consciousness with an impulse to return to earth quickly to continue their work for humanity. For most people, however, a long period of postmortem rest is just as natural and essential as a good night’s sleep.

Clearly the exact nature and length of the different stages of the after-death journey must be extremely varied to suit the karma of the individual in question. As Mahatma KH wrote to A.P. Sinnett: ‘Bear always in mind that there are exceptions to every rule, and to them again and other side exceptions, and be always prepared to learn something new.’5

The very fact that the children involved in Stevenson’s investigations are able to recall details of their previous life is a sign that the cases are not entirely typical, for the ability to remember past lives is not usual for the mass of humanity today. Stevenson stresses that remembering a previous life is almost never a pleasant experience: the children concerned are often troubled by confusion regarding their identity, and sometimes feel a division of loyalties between present and previous families. Fortunately, their memories of a past life tend to fade between the ages of 5 and 8.

Stevenson believes that reincarnation is a ‘third factor’ contributing to the formation of the human personality and certain physical features and abnormalities, and that it operates alongside genetics and environmental influences. From a broader, theosophic perspective, on the other hand, genetic and environmental factors can be regarded as the karmic consequences of our thoughts and deeds in past lives. In fact all our physical and mental characteristics can be viewed as ‘memories’ of previous incarnations.

As regards the workings of karma, Stevenson makes the following interesting comment: ‘Readers of the numerous accounts of murders figuring in the cases I have already described will surely have noted that, if we interpret these cases as instances of reincarnation, it is the reborn victim who has birth defects, not the murderer. This can offend our sense of justice. … In answer to this objection we can say that we do not know what happens to most murderers, if they should reincarnate. In a very few cases that have come to my attention, however, a subject who remembered having been a malefactor has had an apparently related birth defect’ (p. 126). For instance, a person who had murdered his wife in his previous life was reborn with a malformed right arm: it was shorter than the left one, the fingers of his hand were extremely short, and the major muscle of his right upper chest was absent.

The cases Stevenson describes illustrate very clearly that feelings of sympathy and antipathy towards others are often closely bound up with events in past lives. For example, children may instinctively feel animosity and vengefulness toward people at whose hands they have suffered in their previous life. The animosity may generalize to other members of the same group. For example, a child in India who remembers a previous life that ended in murder by a Moslem might show a hatred for all Moslems. It is easy to see how this could lead to a vicious karmic circle in which individuals, or groups of individuals, slug it out from life to life. This underlines the importance of spreading a proper understanding of karma, reincarnation, and the spiritual unity of all beings, for these teachings enable us to make sense of suffering, strengthen our ability to forgive, and encourage us to make universal brotherhood the keynote of our lives.

 

(Source:  corespirit.com; August 22, 2016; http://tinyurl.com/jdwzfnj)

 

The moon has long been a source of wonder and inspiration to humans. Often associated with the mysterious feminine energy and the dreamy, irrational side of life, it has been held responsible for inspiring visions, revelations, and even madness.

Back in the days before artificial light, humans couldn’t help but be directly affected by, and aware of, the varying stages of its cycles. When the moon was full, people could be more active as the light enabled them to engage in activities like hunting and celebrating, while the dark nights of the New Moon were more suited to quiet, more internally focused, reflective activities. Women especially experienced an intimate connection because our own body cycles closely mirrored those of the moon. Yet, as humanity has distanced itself from nature in general, living in increasingly artificial conditions, the synchronous relationship between humans and lunar cycles has diminshed.

“The true joy of a moonlit night is something we no longer understand. Only the men of old, when there were no lights, could understand the true joy of a moonlit night.” ~ Yasunari Kawabata, Palm-of-the-Hand Stories

However, as distant as modern life is from the days of living by the lunar phases, there are still many who claim that, whether we are aware of it or not, humans are affected by the subtle influence of our closest celestial body. Issues ranging from difficulty sleeping to increased crime rates and hospital visits have been linked with the effects of the Full Moon. What is interesting is that, although there are many who insist that the lunar influence is a reality, science has largely claimed that the perceived effect of the moon on the inhabitants of Earth is a myth with no basis in fact. Many mainstream science articles espouse a condescending tone, disparaging those who believe the moon affects us and arguing such beliefs belong in the realms of magical thinking. (And once again, an aspect of the divine feminine is denigrated and dismissed.)

Those scientific findings, however, are not consistent with the disparaging rhetoric. For example, one article published in the BMJ (British Medical Journal) examined the incidence of crimes reported to three police stations in different towns (one rural, one urban, one industrial). The period of the study covered a four year period. The findings revealed that the incidence of crimes committed on Full Moon days was significantly higher than on all other days.

In relation to sleep disturbances, a report appearing in Current Biology (a Cell Press publication) provided some compelling scientific evidence that suggests that moon influences are a reality. The findings support the idea that even though we have distanced ourselves from nature we continue to respond to the geophysical rhythms of the moon. “The lunar cycle seems to influence human sleep, even when one does not ‘see’ the moon and is not aware of the actual moon phase,” stated Christian Cajochen of the Psychiatric Hospital of the University of Basel.

In the study quoted above, researchers monitored the brain patterns of 33 volunteers in a lab while they slept. The data demonstrated that around the Full Moon, brain activity related to deep sleep dropped by 30 percent. People also took an average of five minutes longer to fall asleep, and they slept for twenty minutes less time overall. Study participants also showed diminished levels of melatonin, a hormone known to regulate sleep and wake cycles.

“This is the first reliable evidence that a lunar rhythm can modulate sleep structure in humans when measured under the highly controlled conditions of a circadian laboratory study protocol without time cues,” the researchers say.

Additionally, in a recent article published in 2015 in the Oxford University Press, author Earnest Naylor states that increasing evidence supports the theory that moon cycles affect living organisms. Their findings show that circalunar biological clocks (lunar related patterns) are embedded in the genes of many creatures including marine, fresh water and dry-land species.

So although there is no clear consensus in the scientific arena on whether lunar influences are fact or fiction, there is enough evidence to suggest that those who feel, or believe in, the moon’s ability to affect us, might not be so silly after all. If animals are genetically wired to the cycles of the moon, it hardly seems like a wild, misaligned leap of logic to think that humans might be as well. Because although we like to distance ourselves from our fellow creatures, seeing ourselves as superior beings, that fact remains that our bodies are of the Earth and inescapably subject to its natural laws. Really, since humans have spent the majority of our evolution in deep relationship with lunar cycles it would seem strange if we, unlike the majority of life on Earth, had not internalized these rhythms at a deep level.

Moreover, we know that the moon through its gravitational pull creates the powerful tides in the ocean. Since our bodies are as much as 80% water, and the brain’s percentage is even higher, it would be surprising if the moon didn’t have some affect on us.

As an interesting aside, on the opposite end of the spectrum of scientific belief we have people like David Icke and Montalk, who believe that not only does the moon have an effect on us, but that it was intentionally created to act as a key part of the matrix of control, distorting the universal frequency and keeping humanity operating within a low vibrational range.

Personally, I prefer to follow my inner knowing rather than rely on any external authority or opinion. I have found that, by tuning into the moon’s progression, I feel much more deeply connected to my environment. By aligning my activities with the phases of the moon I generally feel more in the flow, and more productive in my activities.

“[The moon]… is an example of practiced stability… It wanes when it must, and reliably returns to full strength… It is a humble model of reasonable potential that I can emulate, and follow.” ~ Terry Crawford Palardy.

By Christina Lavers, Contributing writer for Wake Up World

The Gift of TIME –
On his death bed, Alexander the Great summoned his army generals and told them his three, ultimate wishes:

  1. The best doctors in the world should carry his coffin.
  2. The wealth he had accumulated (money, gold, precious stones) should be scattered along the procession to the cemetery.
  3. His hands should be let loose, so they hung outside the coffin for all to see!!

 

One of his generals, who was surprised by these unusual requests, asked him to explain .

Here is what Alexander the Great had to say :

 

1.”I want the best doctors to carry my coffin to demonstrate that in the face of death,

even the best doctors in the world, have no power to heal.”

  1. “I want the road to be covered with my treasure so that everybody sees

that all the material wealth acquired here on earth will stay on earth.”

  1. “I want my hands to swing in the wind, so that people understand that we come to this world

empty handed and we leave this world empty handed, after the most precious treasure of all

is exhausted, and that is…time.”
We cannot take to our grave any material wealth.

Time is our most precious treasure, because it is so limited.

We can produce more wealth, but we cannot produce more time.

When we give someone our time, we actually give a portion of our life that we will never take back.”

 

The very best present that you can give your family and friends, of any age, is your time.

May God grant you plenty of time to share the treasures that money cannot buy: hope, joy, peace and love.

 

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This unique and visually stunning video,
featuring Moving Art technology, reminds
us that every day is a gift to be deeply
grateful for. It’s all about opening our
eyes.

Enjoy!

Video: (6:10)

http://www.nextworldtv.com/page/5810.html

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Prophecy of Bulgarian mystic Peter Deunov predicts coming superwave

Just days before his death on December 27, 1944, well known Bulgarian mystic Peter Deunov had a vision which inspired him to relate a prophecy of what was in store for the human race in the century that was to follow.  Deunov, also known to Bulgarians by his spiritual name Beinsa Douno, was a philosopher, musician and spiritual teacher who developed a form of esoteric Christianity.  Curiously, his prophecy anticipated in great detail the concept of a superwave which he predicted was to purify the Earth in the very near future and not only bring about tremendous geological transformation, but also spiritually change the world, bringing into being a new human race, the “sixth race.”

One would do well to read his amazing prophecy which is related in this four page document which is an adaptation written by Olivier de Rouvroy – September 2003: PDF – http://tinyurl.com/jf5s8td  Alternatively, for a synopsis one can also view the following youtube video (attached) which tells a bit about Deunov’s life and narrates highlights of his superwave/human transformation prophecy

Peter Deunov begins his prophecy with an accurate reference to a coming Galactic superwave.  He states:

“…everybody will soon be subjugated to divine Fire, that will purify and prepare them in regards to the New Era.

Some decades will pass before this Fire will come, that will transform the world by bringing it a new moral. This immense wave comes from cosmic space and will inundate the entire earth. All those that attempt to oppose it will be carried off and transferred elsewhere.

Although the inhabitants of this planet do not all find themselves at the same degree of evolution, the new wave will be felt by each one of us. And this transformation will not only touch the Earth, but the ensemble of the entire Cosmos.”

Later he refers to terrestrial upheavals which indicate the occurrence of tremendous climatic and seismic effects.  He states:

“There will be floods, hurricanes, gigantic fires and earthquakes that will sweep away everything. Blood will flow in abundance. There will be revolutions; terrible explosions will resound in numerous regions of the earth. There where there is earth, water will come, and there where there is water, earth will come.”

Further on he refers to waves of “cosmic electricity” (cosmic ray electrons?) which will sweep the Earth.  Indeed, the main component of a superwave would be its cosmic ray electrons.  Here he indicates an ongoing volley:

“The earth will soon be swept by extraordinary rapid waves of Cosmic Electricity. A few decades from now beings who are bad and lead others astray will not be able to support their intensity.”

Deunov also mentions that our solar system is currently traversing an unhealthy dusty region of “contaminated space” called the “13th zone” which was left behind by the destruction of a constellation (or star?):

“Our solar system is now traversing a region of the Cosmos where a constellation that was destroyed left its mark, its dust. This crossing of a contaminated space is a source of poisoning, not only for the inhabitants of the earth, but for all the inhabitants of the other planets of our galaxy. Only the suns are not affected by the influence of this hostile environment. This region is called “the thirteenth zone”; one also calls it “the zone of contradictions”. Our planet was enclosed in this region for thousands of years, but finally we are approaching the exit of this space of darkness and we are on the point of attaining a more spiritual region, where more evolved beings live.”

Indeed, just as he prophecies the solar system has for a long period of time, perhaps for the past 3 million years, been passing through the rim of the North Polar Spur supernova remnant, a cloud of dust and gas left from the explosion of a star many millions of years ago.  Astronomers acknowledge the presence of dust clouds even contacting the fringe of our solar system.  Also most of the long period comets that enter the solar system, that many claim to come from the Oort cloud, actually are part of this interstellar debris field and are entering due to the Sun’s passage through this debris zone. According to the superwave theory I advanced in 1983, the presence of this nearby dust is responsible for why Earth has been going through a sequence of ice ages for the past 3 million years.  For millions of years before that time we had no ice ages because we had not entered this dusty zone.  For more information consult my Ph.D. dissertation, or read my book Earth Under Fire.

Also just as Deunov states, this dusty region is a hazard for many solar systems in our Galactic neighborhood.  The NPS supernova remnant is believed to be located about 400 ± 200 light years from the solar system and to have a diameter of 370 ± 230 light years, thus affecting hundreds of thousands of star systems.  His contention that it is a source of poisoning is also verified by my own polar ice research.  As I have described in my paper recently published in Advances in Space Research, during the past few hundred thousand years, our planet has been subjected to the ongoing entry of tin-rich and lead-rich interstellar dust particles.  One such particularly hazardous event, which occurred about 49,000 years ago, caused a hundred thousand fold increase in the rate of cosmic dust influx, produced a global climatic cooling, and increased lead levels in rain water 10 times higher than the EPA’s maximum health hazard limit.  These tin-rich dust particles still enter our stratosphere in small amounts and according to a research group led by Dr. Abbott of Lamont Doherty, one influx of tin-rich and nickel-rich dust occurred as recently as 536 AD causing a modest climatic cooling and obscuration of the Sun for one or two years.  Deunov’s prediction that we are about to leave this hazardous region is indeed welcome news.

What is really very amazing is that Peter Deunov had this vision in 1944 well before much was known about active galaxies and galactic core explosions.  Most research on quasars and cosmic ray emitting core explosions began in the 1960’s and even as late as the 70’s not all astronomers were convinced that the Milky Way’s core has previously undergone core explosions.  Indeed, such astronomical background information was necessary in order for my own formulation of the Galactic superwave theory.  Although in my case I was led to take a close look at the evidence and formulate this theory on the basis of a time capsule message that is encoded in our own constellation lore and sent to us by a prehistoric civilization.  A message being relayed by radio pulsars also helped lead me to this idea.  At the time of my early quest, I had no knowledge of Deunov’s prophecy or of Ray Stanford’s interpretation of the Fatima prophecy which also conveyed relevant information.  Also Deunov’s prophecy predates what was later discovered about the North Polar Spur and about the presence of interstellar clouds near the solar system.  The astronomical observations that had been made since Deunov’s prophecy and my own polar ice core research on the nature of the tin-rich interstellar dust deposited during the last ice age  clearly validate what he said.

Deunov’s prophecy also goes into much interesting detail on humanity’s evolution through this event, how it will affect people’s consciousness, and what will be the spiritual characteristics of Earth’s coming inhabitants who will survive this event.

For more information on the superwave theory read postings on this site as well as the following books:

Galactic Superwaves and Their Impact on Earth.

and

Earth Under Fire.

 

By P. LaViolette

SOURCE: ANP

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