Friday, 16 May 2008

2012 - images.

Just months after its launch in July, 1999, scientists had pinpointed a source of X-rays that coincided with Sagittarius A*. Astrophysicists, announcing their findings in January 2000, were ebullient at this observational evidence for a supermassive black hole in the Milky Way's nucleus. This is the womb of Barbelo, the womb from which Abba will be reborn.

Close up of the winter sun in the centre of the rift, or birth canal, in the Milky Way. Note the symbolism of the divergence, that of a new path being created.

The sky on December 21st, 2012 A.D.
showing a rare astronomical alignment -
the winter solstice sun is right in the
"dark rift" in the Milky Way.

Studying the star charts, independent scholar/author John Major Jenkins noted that a very rare alignment in the precessional cycle will occur on the December solstice in 2012, when the sun conjuncts the centre of our Milky Way galaxy. Seasonal alignments occur once every 6,450 years, but this December solstice of 2012 occurs once every 25,800 years!

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