The upcoming “Celestial Crisis and the Human Record” Toronto conference will offer an interpretation of ancient history that mainstream academia refuses to explore.
Its central tenet is that the earth, its biosphere, and human culture have been profoundly impacted by forces emanating from the sky. Though it is recognized that volcanoes, earthquakes, lightning, tsunamis and all manner of violent weather have periodically wrought havoc on the surface of the earth, the driver for the greatest cataclysmic periods of history came from celestial influences. The evidence for this can be found in the realm of science, from a new understanding of astrophysics that recognizes electricity as a dominant force in the universe. The best evidence comes from the association of scholars under the “Electric Universe” umbrella.
Astral bodies, whether planets, comets, asteroids, meteors, or other rocky globes each have their own electrical potential. They are not static billiard balls hung in space with gravity acting at a distance, they are charged bodies in relationship to the sun and their astral neighborhood. This recognition forms the basis for proposing that astral bodies have in the past likely come into close association with each other, leading to charge equalization after immense exchanges of energy, some concussive, some as cosmic thunderbolt arcs that deform the surface of both bodies. The scale of such a thing boggles the human mind, and is part of why academia has failed to understand the phenomenon. These are not collisions, but orbits of bodies that overrun each other in close enough conjunction that their plasmaspheres sense each other and electrically form contact. The resulting energy output is 39 orders of magnitude greater than what conventional scientists have conjectured using their Newtonian gravitational models.
Adding to a new scientific understanding, this scenario is bolstered by evidence in mythology that such events were witnessed in humanity’s past, in what was perceived as sky battles between warring astral gods. These battles also were seen to be with earth and with human society. Religion gave form to these events, to guide human behavior and to make relationship with these ‘divine’ forces. This then becomes the prime driver of cultural expression, an important part of humanity’s development that is poorly understood.
These events were catastrophically agitative, unleashing destructive forces on the earth that impacted not only human civilization, but earth’s geology and its biosphere. These caused the ending of earth eras due to their profound alteration of the environment, after which new civilizations arose.
This is the great secret hidden in our historical past, that such catastrophic events did take place, and that heretofore unimaginable levels of destruction can now be explained by a confluence of evidence from new interpretations of science and mythology.
The Toronto conference will offer an exploration into many threads of evidence to make the case that human society has not forgotten its tumultuous past and that the memory is recoverable and verifiable, for mythology is in large part a record of physical history and enigmatically encoded in all the human arts.
The central feature of archaic human cultures is a relationship to the heavens. We can scarcely comprehend this today in these relatively quiescent times. In order to understand our past, we need to be willing to see our history in a new light. The notion that our solar system has been in a steady state for millions of years and will be for millions more is only a convention. There is no scientific proof, but only a dogmatic belief. The human record tells us otherwise, but we don’t want to listen. To bear the thought that the heavens once rained down destruction on us, angry gods traumatizing humanity into submission, and that it might happen again is too discordant and troubling to contemplate.
To learn more about the conference, and to register, go here.