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Saturday, 31 December 2016

A brief history of the Past & Future (2)

The end of a year is a time for looking back and forward. I have made a similar effort with different time scales. I used the Earth's axial precessional cycle of 25,860 years and its astrological equivalent of 12 Astrological Ages of 2,155 years each. I used the 2012 cosmic alignment theory as a start.

I plotted the 12 Ages against the dimensions of the 7 Belief systems: Politics, Religion and Money (Power domain), Philosophy, Science and the Truth (Knowledge domain) and Love (independent). The result is an interesting history of our Past and Future.

The summary below shows that we know almost nothing about the period 24,500 BC to 4,000 BC. We probably know more about the period labelled "BEFORE". What happened?? In today's vocabulary we would probably blame climate change for the missing data.

Today, we live in an interglacial period following the Last Glacial Maximum (? - 24,500 BCE) of the Quaternary Ice Age (2.58 million years ago-onwards). The period of deglaciation (aka global warming) started some 22,000 years ago and is still ongoing. The global melting of ice caused an extreme sea level rise (aka the Great Flood) of some 140 meters between 17,000 BCE to 5,000 BCE. Its global destruction must have been beyond imagination.

Nevertheless, the "first" extremely advanced Sumerian civilization starts at 4,000 BC out of thin air. Latter is not entirely true as the Sumerians do refer to older sources. These sources are a mystery as most scientists claim that there was no human civilization before 4,000 BC despite several anomalies (eg, blog 1, blog 2, blog 3). Some scientists remain convinced that there must have been an early and advanced civilization which would then explain the Sumerian civilization.

The summary shows the known developments since 4,000 BC for each of the 7 dimensions, and the "expected" developments for the next 2,000 years (Age of Aquarius). Developments suddenly feel entirely "normal". With hindsight, several of my blogs are connected to this summary.

 History Repeating (1997) by Shirley Bassey - blog, FBlyrics, video, Wiki-1, Wiki-2