One Simple Myth

In Greek myth Zeus turned his wife Metis into a fly and swallowed her. This gave him such a terrible headache that he had Hephaestus, the handyman or blacksmith deity, split open his head and the incandescent PallasAthene (proto-Venus) was born in “full battle dress”. Roman myth adopted the Greek version, naming proto-Venus Minerva. Egyptian myth initially named proto-Venus Osiris. In the RgVeda, Aditi was born from Dauspitar, the heaven father, the brightest planet high in the heaven, by his maya or secret power. All myths of this impact have in common the statement that ‘the Earth cried out.’ Both the Metis and the maya version of this myth are consistent with the impact of a cold planet sized body impacting Jupiter, since a body the size of a terrestrial planet would not have been visible from the Earth.

Aditi (Aditi meaning Un–bounded), rampaged throughout the inner solar system having many battles with Indra (Mars). In the RgVeda proto-Venus was given different names depending on the circumstances of the moment: in daylight along side the Sun, Surya (Sun maiden); in the night sky, Pusan, guardian of the traveler; when approaching Earth and scorching a wide path from the Sahara to the Himalayas, Agni (fire); and after a thin crust formed, Mitra/Varuna. The combined aspects of the rampaging proto-Venus were described as the Adityas, ”sons’ of Aditi”, but the RgVeda adds a caveat “the wise man knows what is one is called by manifold names”. In Mesopotamia, proto-Venus was Inana/Ištar (Sumarian/Akkadian).

Physical Evidence
Approximately six thousand years (~4000 BC) after the first two inversions of the Earth’s lithosphere, an enormous impact on Jupiter, probably the planet-sized body from which Earth had captured the Moon during the Younger Dryas, produced an incandescent plasma cloud at least a thousand times the size of the giant planet itself which rebounded into the inner solar system, contracted, becoming the star-like proto-Venus. That impact explosion was observed by all ancient cultures and is part of their mythologies, but the dark impacting body could not have been seen. The reason that the impact was observed by all cultures is stated in all of the above myths, which claim that “the Earth cried out”, alerting all people to search the sky. Although no sound could have propagated across more than 500 million km to the Earth, gravitational impulses also travel at the speed of light through empty space, thereby revealing the great power of the impact event. In this case it was due to the mass of proto-Venus being instantly blasted from Jupiter into the inner solar system.

The CMB?
A small amount of heat from this impact explosion, currently being re-radiated back to the Earth isotropically from galactic dust particles, is a confirmation that this event occurred in the solar system. In addition, several alignments of the radiation field with the solar system, facetiously named ‘the axis of evil’ and a 2% decrease in its power in the ten years between the WMAP and Planck measurements have nullified the big bang hypothesis. Despite the obvious problems, cosmologists now claim that this “big bang” has replaced God.
Proto-Venus’ birth, 6,000 BP, described consistently in all major myths, confutes six major tenets of academic science, that: (a) Jupiter and the other giant planets are highly deuterated, solid, methane gas hydrate (MGH); (b) each terrestrial planet was formed by similar impacts on Jupiter at quite different dates based on the ages of native rocks, Mars 4.6 Ba (billion years) and Earth 3.9 Ba; (c) because MGH is a clathrate, Jupiter physically encapsulates the full range of known element abundances in the solar system, indeed, these abundances originated from Jupiter; (d) proto-Venus is a hot, molten body comprising only the heavy elements which will become its core and mantle; (e) the more abundant lighter elements ejected by the impact explosion have not been able to settle on its surface due to its high temperature, 864 F.; (f) The giant planets alone formed the solar system, the age of which cannot be determined.

Most scientific disciplines allow the verification of experiments and their conclusions. Unfortunately, this is not possible in planetary science where conclusions precede the data. Other views are not presented, even by members of science departments. A couple of interesting Einstein quotes:

“I stand before quantum mechanics with admiration and suspicion,” and to Born (December 4, 1926) Einstein had said, “Quantum mechanics demands serious
attention. But an inner voice tells me that this is not the true Jacob.. The theory accomplishes a lot, but it does not bring us closer to the secrets of the Old One. In any case, I am convinced that He does not play dice.””

Einstein On Epistomology of Science (annotated)

Concepts that have proven useful in ordering things easily achieve such an authority over us that we forget their earthly origins and accept them as unalterable givens. Thus they come to be stamped as “necessities of thought,” “a priori givens,” etc. The path of scientific advance is often made impassable for a long time through such errors. For that reason, it is by no means an idle game if we become practiced in analyzing the long commonplace concepts [gas giants, solar system 4.6 years old] and exhibiting those circumstances upon which their justification and usefulness depend, how they have grown up, individually, out of the givens of experience. By this means, their all-too-great authority will be broken. They will be removed if they cannot be properly legitimated, corrected if their correlation with given things be far too superfluous, replaced by others if a new system can be established that we prefer for whatever reason. (Einstein 1916, 102)


~ by Angiras on December 18, 2018.

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