Based on interpretations of the Rg Veda, Egyptian, Greek, and Roman myth plus the Bible, Cyclic Catastrophism claims that Mars was captured in the same geostationary orbit above Mt. Kailas, and released one hundred times. Each capture lasted ~14.4 years and each release ~15.6 years. Therefore each cycle took ~30 years. These astronomical cycles governed most human ceremonial activities and archaeologically are noted by two calendars in every ancient culture, 360 and 365.25 days per year. The slower rotation taking place due to the mass moment of Mars in geostationary orbit. The capture period was called the ‘inundation’ in Egypt because tidal effect of Mars drew the clear Nile waters into Eastern Egypt for the entire 14.4 years, increasing the production of crops. Modern day Egyptologists interpret the ‘inundation’ as referring to the yearly increase in the Nile flow.
The most spectacular event in each cycle was the release of the worn-out Mars from its geostationary orbit. This occurred on the vernal equinox of the fourteenth year of its capture at which date proto-Venus’ orbit attained inferior conjunction relative to the Earth-Mars pair. At the same time the Moon and Sun were closely aligned. Based on the anticipation of this event the Egyptians scheduled the elaborate Heb Sed Festivals, or Festival of the tail, constructing special structures and preparing numerous feasts, primarily to celebrate the pharaohs 30-year reign. The ‘tail’ referred to the comet-like tail of proto-Venus. Originally, each pharaoh’s reign was ideally associated with a 30-year cycle of capture and release of Mars and at the end of the festival he was sacrificed and mummified in preparation for:i(a) his ritual ascent to the duat on Mars; (b) proceeding through its interior (amenta); and (c) mounting the solid iron core (Hathor) which then was blasted from Mars like a spaceship imagined to carry him ‘to the gods’ (see post).
The solid iron core first appeared through the Valles Marineris as the ‘eye of Horus’ but then exited Mars, zoomed low around the Earth to the East, boosting its speed while the outer shell of Mars, with a huge 4000 km wide flaming hole, drifted to the west, passing over the Middle East. Egyptian myth tells that it took eight days for the solid core to catch up to the outer shell as it drifted away from the Earth. This ‘passing over’ was the origin of the Jewish pesach, or passover festival which is still celebrated for eight days by Chasidic jews. It is also celebrated in the Rg Veda as the festival of ‘nine nights’.
Understanding the Exodus requires a little more information. Upon each capture of Mars in its geostationary orbit above Mt. Kailas, in the TransHimalayas, its tidal effect drew waters form all across the Eastern Hemisphere toward the Himalayas to an altitude of 5,000 meters, surrounding the highest Himalayas. This caused a day of flooding across Northern Egypt and in the Levant as the Mediterranean and Red Seas were emptied. This 30-year flood was the reason that the Egyptians built the pyramids and the other cultures in the Levant lived on tells. Therefore 14.4 years later, at each release of Mars, there was no water in the Red Sea, thus it was referred to as the wilderness in the Bible. This had happened some seventy-five times before the Exodus and everyone in the area knew the physical events that occurred each time. At the same time, the Egyptians were celebrating the Heb Sed festival, so it was the perfect time for the Jews to cross the ‘Red Sea’ wilderness. The outer shell of Mars with the flaming 4,000 km gap in the side was the “pillar of cloud” in the day and the “pillar of fire” at night that guided Moses and the Jews, which was at first before them and as it continued to drift to the West moved between them and the pursuing Egyptian army.
When the solid iron core of Mars exited the planet, it looped close to the Earth moving East. Although it was not as massive as the outer shell of Mars it zoomed much closer to the Earth, therefore half of the water in the 5,000 meter high tidal bulge around the Himalayas flowed east and the other half flowed west with the outer shell. The Lord told Moses exactly when to cross the wilderness, and after they did the waters coming back to the emptied Mediterranean and Red Seas converged in the Red Sea drowning the pursuing Egyptian Army and preventing any pursuit for the next 15.6 years.
The Date of the Exodus
The exact date of the Exodus and the name of the Egyptian pharaoh at the time, has never been proven, but cyclic catastrophism may help resolve the date. Assuming simplistically each complete cycle took 30-years, but based on the Vishnu Purana, which states that “the seven holy rishis lived 3030 years” gives 30.3-years per cycle. Given that the last (the one-hundredth) cycle ended in 687 BC, the Exodus had to have been a multiple of 30.3 years earlier than 687. Assuming this occurred 25 cycles prior to 687 produces a date of 1444.5 which is very close to the popular date 1446.