Mars Primary Deity – Male or Female?
The Top Gun
Cyclic Catastrophism, based on ancient texts, reveals that Mars became captured in a geostationary orbit of the Earth and released into a orbit which crossed that of the Earth. This cycle was repeated one hundred times between 3687 and 687 BC. As a result, all of the resources of the previously living planet Mars were transferred to the Earth, terraforming it. This process, which was completed in 687 BC resulted in the world and the solar system we know today. When Mars orbited the Earth, it appeared ~600 times the area of the full Moon. The transfers were the result of convulsions within Mars caused when the Moon, or the Sun and Moon combined, passed through alignments (behind) with it. When Mars orbited the Earth, its northpole remained oriented toward the Earth, appearing like a giant wheel slowly revolving and the many features (deities) on its surface were known by name by people in every culture in the world. It was like the TV for the whole world, but there was only one channel.
The primary male deity was named Prajapati, Purusha, Brahma, Osiris, Zeus, Saturn, EA, Atlas, Shu, Anu, Thor, Nimrod and the Heavenly August Pillar. No feature like this has been seen in the last 2,700 years. During Cyclic Catastrophism it was the most dynamic and spectacular feature on Mars, which arose in the first year of each 14.4-year geostationary encounter with the Earth. It is best described by the sum of its epithets in all cultures. Surprisingly, the Bible describes it best, as ‘the column of smoke and fire’. The most descriptive texts are the Rg Veda and Purusha Suktam, Egyptian pictographs and modern-day NASA photographs of Mars northern hemisphere pole provide corroborate them. Figure 1 is a NASA mosaic of Mars’ north pole area, which I have modified to remove the snow and added a feature resembling the primary deity, a vertical lava column over 2000 km high with flames at the top.
Figure 2 is a drawing of one panel of the ceiling of Senmut’s (Pharaoh Hatsepus architect) tomb, with the primary deity, the column of smoke and fire extending high in the center. The horns which led to its description as a the Bull of heaven, were probably formed by flames issuing from the top of the column, but the phallic shape may have been a factor. I have used it in an attempt to similate its appearance.
The twelve circles are meant to show the positions of the circumpolar ‘stars’ at different dates or times of the day. These were actually volcanoes on the surface of the wheeling Mars, described in epithets for the Egyptian deity Apt, called ‘the mother of movement in a circle’, ‘the mother of the starry revolutions or cycles of time’. Unfortunately the image is not clear enough to see the individual ‘stars’. The Hippopotomus represents the island at the north pole of Mars, ‘the risen land’. The staff in his right hand points to the exact center of rotation of the planet as seen from the earth, which wobbled due to the Tharsis Bulge on the equator or rim (felly) of the wheeling planet.
In the Cyclic Catastrophism scenario, this feature was vital to the releases of Mars after each 14.4 year geosynchronous encounter with the Earth. As discussed in other posts, such as the Martian drainpipe and in my Hour 3 discussion, these releases were absolutely necessary for complete transfer of all of Mars’ resources (rock, soil, atmosphere, flora and fauna) but particularly its oceans to the Earth. Since the north pole of Mars remained facing the Earth during each encounter, the tidal force of the more massive Earth first drew all the water in its northern hemisphere to the north pole, this was the Egyptian Nun. More slowly the same force melted subsurface rocks. This lava was then drawn to the surface, creating an island in the tidal ocean at Mars’ north pole. But the lava flow became stronger throughout the entire encounter, forming a unique column of hardened vertical lava tubes. The hardened lava tubes are expressed in Egyptian paintings of Osiris as white linen wrappings. His headdress represents the horns of the bull shown in Figures 1. and 2. The column was also symbolized by the tet or djed pillar, resembling a chess piece, shown in Figure 4, (the true aspect ratio, closer to a stelae, was not convenient on a small scale). The four rings around the top of the tet symbolizing the four heads of Osiris, consistent with the four heads of Brahma in Hindu myth. Physically these were four specific layers of material spreading out at the top of the column, separated by gravitational and heat fractionation. This same spreading led to descriptions of the column as the ‘world tree’, the ‘upside-down tree of the shamans’ and the Nordic Yggdrasil. This narrow, flaming
column, was relatively fragile, supported primarily by the tidal attraction of the earth, attaining a height above Mars’ north pole greater than 2,000 km. For comparison, the planet itself was about 33,500 km above the surface of the Earth. This structure could only form in the unique low gravity corridor between two terrestrial planets in geostationary orbits. A commonly misinterpreted description of Purusha in the Purusha Suktam of the Rg Veda, actually describes the column in terms of a standing man-like figure, whose head was the skin color of the Brahman, whose chest was the color of the Kshattria, whose loins were the color of the Viasas and whose feet the color of the Sudras. This has been studied for several hundred years, with the mistaken idea that it described the origin of the Indian castes.
The most significant physical and religious aspects of this feature were brought about by alignments of Mars with the Moon, or the Sun and Moon combined. They caused great convulsions in the interior of Mars, resulting in rapid-fire sequences of hot rocks as large as 20 km being blasted at high speeds into space, the many of which came through the same volcanic vent from which the Purusha column was continually fed lava throughout each 14 .4 year encounter. These convulsions and the massive ejected hot rocks caused the hardened lava tubes supporting the column to collapse temporarily. This led to the impression that Prajapati (Purusha) or Brahma (Hindu name) sacrificed himself in order to create new ’embodied spirits’ -those glowing bodies that shot into space. So many bodies were ejected through this feature that the Purusha Suktam states: Three quarters of Purusha went upward, one quarter of him remained here. From this he spread in all directions into what eats and what does not eat.
The rocks blasted from deep in Mars interior through hundreds of volcanoes deposited many precious elements near the surface of the Earth normally expected to be deep in the its interior. such as iron and the heavier elements and the rare earths, without which we would still be in caves. Planetary scientists have relatively recently began to puzzle over this mystery, but the one real God has understood all the needs of this modern world since the beginning of time.
- “Great spirits have always found violent opposition from mediocrities. The latter cannot understand it when a man does not thoughtlessly submit to hereditary prejudices but honestly and courageously uses his intelligence.” Albert Einstein