The Orion Zone

Author : Gary A. David
ISBN : 1931882657
Genre : History
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Ancient star lore exploring the mysterious location of Pueblos in the American Southwest, circa 1100 AD, that appear to be a mirror image of the major stars of the Orion constellation. Many readers are familiar with the correlation between the pyramids of Egypt and the stars of Orion. Beginning in 1100 A.D. on the Arizona desert, the Hopi constructed a similar pattern of villages that mirrors all the major stars in the constellation. "As Above, so Below". This book explores this ground-sky relationship and its astounding global significance. Packed with diagrams, maps, astronomical charts, and photographs of ruins and rock art, this useful guidebook decodes the ancient mysteries of the Pueblo Indian world.
Category: History

Soviet Astronomy

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ISBN : CHI:38977345
Genre : Astronomy
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Category: Astronomy

The Kivas Of Heaven

Author : Gary A. David
ISBN : 9781935487531
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 48.98 MB
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Orion dominates the winter sky, flanked by Taurus the Bull on one side and Canis the Great Dog on the other-three key constellations for the Hopi and prehistoric Pueblo People of the American Southwest. When these stars appear in the entryway of the kiva roof, they synchronize the sacred rituals being performed below. Here we see how a complex ceremonial cycle mirrors the turning of the heavens. Stargates, UFOs, Indian Mothman, natural psychedelics, cannibal giants, psychic archaeology, earth chakra lines, and the Hopi-Egyptian connection-this book is packed with fascinating and little-known facts about one of the most mysterious and secretive tribes on the North American continent. You will come away with a deep appreciation of the way the Ancient Ones viewed the world above. Chapters include: What is a Kiva?; Stargates in Antiquity; New Mexico's Orion Kivas; Colorado's Orion Temple; Hopi Flying Saucers; Arizona's Psychic Archaeology; Hopi Kachinas and Egyptian Stars; 2012 Supernova?; Book of Revelation and 2012; Indian Mothman and Sacred Datura; Tales of Giants and Cannibals; Chaco Canyon: Mirror of Sirius; Dog Stars in the Land of Enchantment; The Chaco-Chakra Meridian; Seven Spiritual Cities of Gold; Orion's Global Legacy; more.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Beyond The Orion Nebula

Author : EDGAR J. GUEDEZ
ISBN : 9781466970656
Genre : Fiction
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The Alidonian System of Worlds is in turmoil. Princess Arianne Alidan runs away from her cousin, Prince Narbonne-the leader of a rebellion trying to dethrone her father-setting course for a hidden base located beyond a nebula in an unexplored region of the galaxy. But her fleet gets thrown out of course by a cosmic event. When the fleet comes out of hyperspace, badly battered, they take refuge in an unknown solar system, with a habitable planet, The Waterworld. There, the illness of her sister, Princess Amelie Alidan forces them to set up a base. When Amelie meets Gus Schneider, a former air force pilot, and falls in love with him, Princess Arianne devices a scheme to fortify the remnants of her fleet, hoping for a rendezvous with her people, and confront Prince Narbonne in a final and decisive battle.
Category: Fiction

Kinematics And Dynamics Of Diffuse Astrophysical Media

Author : John E. Dyson
ISBN : 9789401109260
Genre : Science
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The area of diffuse astrophysical media is enormous and ranges over circum stellar to extragalactic scales. The physical conditions can vary from cool dusty gases to collections of relativistic particles. Flows in such media are set up by en ergy and momentum injection from winds, jets and explosions. The study of these phenomena involves physics, chemistry and, inevitably, hydrodynamics. One of the most important aspects of this study is the ever increasing overlap between theory and observation. Indeed, it can be argued that the only way to really understand these complex flows which can never be duplicated under terrestrial conditions, is to encourage this overlap, and this was one major aim of this Conference. Because of the long theoretical and observational association of the Manchester Group with this general area, Manchester seemed an appropriate venue for this Con ference. But in fact this long association and the actual year of the Conference are connected. In 1951 Franz Kahn joined the Astronomy Department at Manchester University and immediately the study of diffuse media, particularly the hydrody namic aspects, commenced and has flourished ever since. Franz became Head of the Astronomy Department in 1981 following the retirement of Professor Z. Kopal, who founded the Department and was instrumental in attracting Franz to it. In 1993, Franz retired from this position and a most serendipidous coincidence was his election to the Royal Society announced shortly before the Conference.
Category: Science

Mirrors Of Orion

Author : Gary A. David
ISBN : 1494926768
Genre : History
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The phrase "As above, so below" is attributed to the Egyptian god of wisdom named Thoth. This echoes the biblical expression “on earth as it is in heaven.” Many diverse ancient cultures have erected sacred cities, pyramids, standing stones, or temples in order to mirror the stars. In particular the constellation Orion has been repeatedly projected as a talismanic pattern on numerous landscapes around the world.This book describes the sky-ground templates of Egypt, the American Southwest, Mexico, Nazca, the UK, Europe, Syria, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, and other regions. It also discusses the celestial rituals of the Mithras cult, the Age of Taurus, the Sirius cosmology of the Dogon, and South African rock art. This essential archaeo-astronomy primer expands the star correlation theory to encompass the entire globe. Packed with nearly 225 photos, drawings, diagrams, maps, and star charts.“As above, so below. The parallels Gary David has found between the ancient Egyptian sky-ground system involving the pyramids of Giza and the constellation of Orion, and a similar project to build heaven on earth by the Hopi of Arizona, are eerie, compelling anddeeply thought-provoking.” –Graham Hancock, author of Fingerprints of the Gods“Gary David's work is a treasure of enormous importance.” –William Henry, author of Lost Secrets of the Watchers “The correlation Mr. David makes between the Hopi and Egyptian 'sky-view' is most interesting.” –Robert Bauval, author of The Orion Mystery“…a must-read for pre-Columbian aficionados and aspiring anthropologists alike.” –Ross Hamilton, author of Star MoundsFrom the INTRODUCTION: This book is a survey of the archaeo-astronomy of various cultures around the globe. How did ancient people conceptualize the heavens? What was their notion of the cosmos? How did their sacred ceremonies or ritual enactments bring them closer to the omnipotent or at least very powerful celestial beings? What structures, temples, or standing stones did they erect to create models of the sky realm? By its very nature this book is extensive rather than intensive, allowing the reader to pursue further areas of special cultural interest. In essence, it is a primer for the concept of sky-ground mirrors—the terra firmament, so to speak. Well-known constellation correlations, such as the Orion-Giza schema, join newly discovered sidereal correspondences, such as those in Syria and Nigeria.Ancient people comprehended the language of the stars much better than we do today, despite our Hubble Space Telescope and Very Large Array. If we can translate the encoded messages from the celestial dimension to understand what these time-traveling pinpoints of light are endeavoring to tell us, then we will realize the complexity and depths of our past knowledge of a truly living cosmos. We will ultimately find that spirit and matter are a single continuum extending far into our future—mirror reflecting mirror down the sacred portal that leads to Orion.
Category: History

Twilight Zone

Author : John Glasby
ISBN : 9781473210431
Genre : Fiction
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Only a cosmic miracle could save mankind from extinction on Mercury...
Category: Fiction