What is this “overall revolution” around some object more distant than the Sun’s “companion” or “dark star”?In the introduction to his book The Holy Science, Sri Yukteswar describes an interesting variant of the Hindu theory of ages. According to him the sun, with its planets and their moons, takes some star for its dual and revolves around it in about 24,000 years of our earth-a celestial phenomenon which causes the backward movement of the equinoctial points around the zodiac. The sun also has another motion by which it revolves round a grand center called Vishnunabhi, which is the seat of the creative power, Brahma, the universal magnetism. Brahma regulates dharma, the mental virtue of the internal world.
Yukteswar goes on to explain that the sun's 24,000 year revolution around its companion star takes the sun progressively closer, and then progressively further away from the mystic center Vishnunabhi. In his system, dharma increases as we approach Vishnunabhi and decreases as we draw away from it. The cycle of yugas takes place twice in each 24,000 year revolution. As the sun recedes from Vishnunabhi, the ages pass in the usual order: Satya, Treta, Dvapara, Kali. As the sun approaches Vishnunabhi, the ages pass in the opposite order: Kali, Dvapara, Treta, Satya.
Thus a full cycle would consist of Satya-Treta-Dvapara-Kali-Kali-Dvapara-Treta-Satya. Presumably also the whole cycle follows as a result of our overall revolution around some object more distant than the "companion star" or "dark star.
Is it the Sun’s revolution around Alcyone, the central star of the Pleiades constellation? Is Alycone, the "Central Sun" or "the Sun Behind the Sun"?
Is the Photon Belt the Visnhunabhi, the “seat of universal magnetism”?
Is Sirius the Sun’s “companion star”? Is it the “central circuit” of our solar system?
Sirius A is a 3D stellar blue white star. Sirius B is a white dwarf, the remains of an “ascended” or exploded star. It is invisible to the naked eye; it is the “dark companion” to Sirius A. Sirius C is also an “ascended star”. When Sirius C exploded it flung out one if its planets, Nebiru, which was captured by our Sun. Nebiru ricochets back and forth between our Sun and Sirius. To this day it is caught between the two star systems on an elliptical journey that takes 3,600 years to complete.
Sirius & Precession
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Sirius Star SystemAgain, this idea is supported by the Yuga theory of ancient India, as expounded by Swami Sri Yukteswar in the introduction of his book “The Holy Science” which he wrote in 1894. In fact, Sri Yukteswar advanced the argument by asserting that the celestial phenomenon which causes the backward movement of the equinoctial points around the zodiac is due to the motion of our entire solar system around its dual.
Yet the assertion that Sirius plays the role of a center for the circuit of our entire solar system has been proposed about six decades later by the mathematician and Egyptologist R.A. Schwaller de Lubicz, who studied the findings of Jean-Baptiste Biot. De Lubicz remarked in his book "Sacred Science - The King of Pharaonic Theocracy" that the Sirius year of almost exactly 365.25 days was established according to the heliacal rising of Sirius.
These exciting images provide clear viewing of the relationship of Sirius A & B, two of the three stars that comprise the Sirian star system. The third star, Sirius C, is so infinitesimal in comparison that it is invisible to the photographic lens, dwarfed by its two greater siblings. Indeed, scientists are still debating whether it exists at all – while the Ancient Dogon tribes have known of its existence for over 5,000 years, when they were visited by the Nommo of Sirius, amphibians that communicated their uncanny knowledge of celestial movements so many thousands of years ago. Here is what we know about the stars of Sirius
Sirius A: Sothis
It is ten times larger than our sun, twice as massive, and registers twenty times as much luminescence. It is the largest, most brilliant star in our hemisphere and it is known as the blue-white star. (The Blue Star Kachina?) Sirius A is 8.7 light years from Earth and moving on a direct course toward our solar system.
It is located in the jaws of the Great Dog, Canis Major constellation - hence it is known as the Dog Star. It is visible in the Northern hemisphere of our evening sky from November – April; it can be located by following a direct line through the belt of Orion towards the horizon. It is a three-dimensional stellar being with enormous gravitation fields.
Sirius B: Satais
It is called a white dwarf star, with the equivalent mass of our sun packed into a globe four times the size of our Earth. It travels in an eliptical orbit around Sirius A, which it completes in a 50 year cycle. Although it was only discovered by the scientific community a mere fifty years ago, the Dogon tribes knew of Sirius B, which they described as a heavy, small, powerful star, as early as 5,000 years ago. The Sirian Revelations tell us that while Sirius A is still a 3D stellar presence, what we observe as the dwarf star, Sirius B, is actually the remains of the ascended star, which has traveled through its own astral cords and now exists in the sixth dimension.
Sirius C: Anu
This, the third of the Sirian stellar family, did also ascend from the third dimension at the time of the Sirian shift. Although the scientific community has not confirmed the existence of Sirius C, the Dogon knew of it by the name, Enome Ya, and they described it too as revolving around Sirius A.
Of the planets that orbited Anu, one did not achieve ascension when the star which remains in the fourth dimension did: that planet is Nebiru, the home of the Annunaki. Nebiru was flung out of Sirius, was captured by our sun, and ricocheted back to Sirius; and it is to this day caught between the two star systems, on an elliptical journey that takes 3,600 years to complete to complete.
Grand Cycle of Evolution (The Mayan Calendar)
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The Photon BeltAs avid stargazers, the ancient Maya were keen to an astrological cycle we call the Precession of the Equinoxes. This is close to a 26,000 year cycle in which Earth transits through each of the 12 signs of the zodiac for about 2152 years each. Each of these astrological ages represents one month of the grand, Cosmic Year. Sumerian's, Tibetans, Egyptians, Cherokees, Hopi, and Mayans refer to this same 26,000 year cycle in their mystical belief systems and each have developed calendars based on this great cycle.
The Maya messengers, renowned for their architectural, artistic, mathematical and scientific achievements, left a calling card as a series of super-human sized stone monuments and pyramids with precise calendrical computations. Planted with great intention, these dates were left to ensure that future generations would be alerted to the coming end point of this great 26,000 year cycle. This cycle also corresponds to a 26,000 year relationship of our Sun orbiting Alcyone, the central star of the 7 Sisters Pleiades constellation. According to the Maya, the "future" which lies beyond this end date is literally "a new world age" - "a new creation".
http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/unive ... ones_6.htm
The photon belt, a huge torroid shaped object composed of photon light particles, was first discovered by your scientists in 1961 near the vicinity of the Pleiades by satellite instrumentation. The reality is that your solar system and the photon belt are moving toward each other.
The photon belt's discovery was due to a series of studies of the Pleiades that began in the days of the famous British Astronomer, Sir Edmund Halley (1656-1742).
This concept was proven by Fredrick Wilhelm Bessel with his discovery that the stars in the Pleiades had a proper motion of 5.5 seconds of arc per century. Jose Comas Sola further postulated that the Pleiades and a number of other stars formed a distinct system and that all apparently had their own planetary systems. Paul Otto Hesse also studied this system and discovered at absolute right angles to the movement of the stars, a photon belt or manasic ring with a thickness of approximately 2000 light years.
If the results of the observations of Jose Comas Sola and Paul Otto Hesse about the Pleiades are correct, our star (the Sun) is in a 24000 year cycle with the Pleiadean Photon Belt. At present we are poised to enter the belt and pass through the 2000 light year manasic ring before the end of this century.
Paul Otto Hesse discovered that at an absolute right angle (90 degrees) to the movement of the stars in the Pleiades, there was a photon belt shaped like a torroid or huge doughnut with a thickness of approximately 2,000 solar years or 759,864 billion miles.
A photon particle is the result of a collision between an anti-electron or positron and an electron. These split second collisions cause the charges of the particles to cancel and the resultant mass is converted into energy in the form of photons. More importantly, a new and unprecedented from of energy had been discovered. This energy of mass annihilation is known as photon energy and it promises to be a major source for our energy requirements in the very near future.
The Photon belt consists of three major elements. First, there is the aforementioned null zone. This zone is where the particles of matter and antimatter collide to form the belt's immense photon streams. This area is also where the electromagnetic fields of this star system will be nullified. Gravitational fields and related photon energy fields will be altered. This alteration will cause all atoms and molecules in this star system to be unusually excited.