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usernamehere
05-27-2010, 01:30 AM
I thought this might be of interest to some. It is a document on time and our concept of.

Untitled Document (http://members.iinet.net.au/~dimmack)

or

Google Docs (http://docs.google.com/fileview?id=0B1VRTIzMrgSsNTgxYTFmODMtYThhYy00ZGY0L WE4NzYtMWQwYTk2MmMxOTAx&hl=en)

ConspiracyBits
06-11-2010, 08:59 AM
I am interested in how time is experienced by the individual. As well as the concepts that we have about time.

usernamehere
06-12-2010, 12:13 AM
As am I, I do believe the generally accepted perceptions of time are incorrect.

FallaciesAbound
06-12-2010, 09:54 AM
People do certainly mis-perceive time, but then again there are also some absolute standards for time too.

monk
06-13-2010, 06:56 AM
I'm new here, so getting used to tools, firstly lets see if i can post a diagram.

monk
06-13-2010, 07:34 AM
After bringing image up please click on image again to make clearer, please note it is a diagram of the night sky for sunset on 31st Dec 0046 BC for Luxor/Thebes at 17:19pm.

Thebes was the ancient capital, the middle red line shows the curve of the Earth......The Julian Calendar started on 1st January 0045 B.C.

Cleopatra was Greek and by ancient Greek Sun worship they started the day by sunset....the Egyptians started New Year by the Sun rising with Sirius, however Cleopatra changed the rules for the new calendar to sunset as shows.

Next i will show the calendar reform of 1582 and how they aligned it to Egyptian gods!

In the mean time you may be interested on the position of Sirius at New Year on the PRIME MERIDIAN!!!!

Sirius midnight culmination New Year’s Eve | ES Tonight | EarthSky (http://earthsky.org/interviewhome/51953/brightest-stars-midnight-culmination-new-years-eve)

Intersting isn't it that Sirius culminates in the centre of the sky on the prime meridian at midnight on the 1st January?

One might think it was an intended calcalation, and just an adjustment to the ancient Egyptian religion....any questions?

monk
06-14-2010, 04:56 AM
It may be the time to examine Thoth:-

Thoth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thoth)

As you cansee and note it is the Mythology of Thoth that gave the Egyptians the last five days of their Egyptian Calendar, where the birthdays of major Egyptian gods are placed, Emperor Aurelian thought it would be a good idea to have all gods celebrated on 25th December, however as they now followed the the Julian Calendar, with a 1st January start point, the point that had to be addressed was that the Egyptian Calendar started in the Summer, the Julian Calendar started in the Winter, his gods were Sol Invicta and Mithras so 25th December was chosen to represent the last days in both calendars and the gods of many religion to stop conflict within the empire

monk
06-14-2010, 05:16 AM
Thout is just another spelling of Thoth, and is the first month of the Coptic Calendar, that starts on 11th September in our era, it is kept in line with the Gregorian Calendar, the Coptic Calendar is the last remnant of the ancient Egyptian Calendar, and the date of New Year will change from 11th September at the end of 2100 AD.

As some branches of the church still value Thout, then we should examine why Egyptian gods are still valued within the Christian church, all be it Orthodox, the symbolic meaning behind 11th September in the Coptic Church Is Sirius/Isis rising with the Sun, however because the Coptic Calender is linked with the Gregorian Calendar, this doesn't happen anywhere in Egypt today.

Thout - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thout)

monk
06-14-2010, 05:32 AM
The Blending of religious faith does occur, although Egypt is mostly Moslem, and the Coptic Calendar has been adopted by Coptic Christians, Thoth still rules supreme in Egypt, the last major tinkering of the Egyptian Constitution happened on 11th September 1971....cynical comment...how apt, we salute you Thoth!

Perhaps you may start thinking about 11th September in New York?

Constitution of Egypt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constitution_of_Egypt)

monk
06-14-2010, 05:55 AM
It has to be noted that the origin of astronomy comes from astrology, and astronomy still uses accurate measures from astrology that are accurate and visible, one of these are the Paran or PARANATELLONTA

Link below please note "Star rising with the Sun or being in other Conspicuous positions to it".....this is important to the next thread section involving the Gregorian reform in 1582, that i will start tomorrow, with accurate astronomy pictures of the sky...as i am a very good astronomer with many astronomy programmes to prove my point!

[Early Egyptian forerunners of the Paranatellonta?] [Sudhoffs Arch. 1999] - PubMed result (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10705808)

monk
06-14-2010, 10:12 AM
Obviously 11th September 1941 was the Ground Breaking Ceremony of the Pentagon, and exactly sixty years later it was attacked, interesting isn't it?

Please look to right of link:-

The Pentagon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Pentagon)

I'll come back to this with star alignments later, as the attack was aligned to an Osiris star and hermetic religion that looks like the day was chosen because of this.

I'm getting ready to show Calendar reform in Rome in 1582 tomorrow, don't rush me, ha ha!

monk
06-16-2010, 09:07 AM
The Last minute of the Julian Calendar was 23:59pm on 4th October 1582 in Rome, before the start of the Gregorian Calendar started after 10 days were taken out, this was an intended date, as you see by download, please cick on image when viewing to make clearer.

Sirius was within 4 minutes of rising in the East in Rome on this date, by Hermetic Philosophy Sirius rules calendars, thus we have a pagan calendar.

This was a goodbye ceremony on the Julian Calendar, that was made from the ancient Egyptian Calendar.

monk
06-20-2010, 02:59 AM
I hope moderators will make an exception here and not ban me.

All moderators of this forum don't like links to other forums as they have different rules.

However i've just finished writing on the B.B.C. and the Open University Forums that have some of the strongest rules over thread sections, all are viewed before they are put on thread, no bad language etc.

Masons like to post on this forum because it looks like they can say we are all don't have a brain!

No one has a answer to my way of interpretation, so why don't i write it all out again on this forum?

I don't want sympathy but i'm very badly dis-abled and tapping out print is very painful and difficult for me.

I hope Moderators will allow a link to another forum that explains time.

The B.B.C. don't have downloads to astronomy pictures but this does, so if you want them please ask!

I start writing under the name "monk" on thread section #9 on page 1, please change page at bottom, there are several pages!

Why mis-represent Dec 25th - Open2 Forums (http://www.open2.net/forum/showthread.php?t=14990&page=1)