This article explores a strange and ominous possibility, that our ancient forebears were aware of cyclic catastrophes that strike our planet periodically, in a 26,000 year cycle. These forebears not only knew of these catastrophes but they gave us warnings about them in the form of symbolic stories and inscriptions. One of these warnings, when decoded, makes it clear that a global catastrophe is imminent. Note: An updated and clarified version of this article was published in the October-November 2020 edition of Nexus Magazine.

The Vulture Stone

In the Southeastern Anatolia Region of Turkey, at Göbekli Tepe, there is a strange, ancient, enigmatic temple site. It consists of a group of circles, each containing huge pillar-stones. Archaeologists have discovered twenty circles and a total of around 200 pillars. Each pillar has a height of up to 6 m (20 ft) and weighs up to 10 tons. They are fitted into sockets that were hewn out of the local bedrock. The circles at the site are sunken into the ground. The pillars within them are mostly placed around the edge of the pit but a few placed in the centre of the pit, as can been seen in the Wikipedia picture. The details of the structure’s function remain a mystery to archaeologists. The excavations have been ongoing since 1996 by the German Archaeological Institute, but large parts still remain unexcavated. In 2018, the site was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

According to the evidence, Göbekli Tepe was constructed in 8,000 BC or earlier, long before Sumer even officially began as a civilisation. This has been a shock to archaeologists, who believed that Sumer was definitely the earliest civilisation on Earth. The discovery of a temple at least thousands of years older than Sumer has rocked the foundations of their view on the origins of civilisation. It is hard to dismiss Göbekli Tepi as the work of primitive man, as it must have been a huge undertaking, requiring the cutting and moving of massive blocks of stone.

Klaus Schmidt, who discovered the T-shaped pillars in excavations in 1994, believes that Göbekli Tepe is a stone-age mountain sanctuary. The carved animals on the stones were inscribed to protect the dead. To quote from Wikipedia, it was:

“A ‘cathedral on a hill’ which was a pilgrimage destination attracting worshippers up to 150 km (90 mi) distant. Butchered bones found in large numbers from local game such as deer, gazelle, pigs, and geese have been identified as refuse from food hunted and cooked or otherwise prepared for the congregants. Zooarchaeological analysis shows that gazelle were only seasonally present in the region, suggesting that events such as rituals and feasts were likely timed to occur during periods when game availability was at its peak.”

The problem with this view is that it might suit those academics who wish to view Göbekli Tepe as a primitive cult site, which handily fits with the official line that there was no civilisation before Sumer, but it ignores the signs that Göbekli Tepe was an astronomical observatory of some kind, similar to Stonehenge. For example, Dr Martin Sweatman recently published a scientific paper, Sweatman and Tsikritsis 17(1) – Gobekli, that puts forward the idea that one of the stones at Gobekli Tepe, popularly referred to as the Vulture Stone, does in fact mark a date in our calendar. The stone contains several animals, seemingly positioned carefully around a globe. Drawing upon theories developed by Andrew Collins, Sweatman confirms that if the central globe in the Vulture Stone carving is assumed to be the sun and the animals around it represent certain constellations, then the Vulture Stone relief is marking a particular date in history.

Dr Sweatman is able to produce a date in history from such a picture because of our planet’s axial precession. The place, in our night sky, that our planet’s axis points to slowly moves over millennia, drawing a full circle roughly every 26,000 years. As a result, the star in our night sky nearest to this axis of rotation, our pole star, changes over millennia because this axis point, the place in the heavens around which our planet seems to rotate, has moved relative to the stars. Currently, our pole star is Polaris but millennia ago, a different star was nearer to our pole, Kochab, and so that was our pole star. This slow change in our constellations’ positions, over millennia, can also be seen in our zodiac. Roughly every two-thousand years, we enter a new zodiacal era due to the constellations shifting in relation to our sun’s rising and setting at key points of the year. This is why we are famously entering the Age of Aquarius. Therefore, by creating a picture of certain constellations, combined with the sun’s position, it’s possible to mark a moment on this celestial clock. Dr Sweatman (and Andrew Collins) believe that the date signified by the animals and sun on the Vulture Stone, decoded by understanding precession, is 10,900 BC. This is a very important date. In order to understand why it’s so important, we need to study another ancient monument and its celestial alignment; the Sphinx.

The Watching Lion

The Great Sphinx, located on the Giza Plateau in Egypt, is a wondrous and enigmatic sculpture. Officially, it was constructed for the pharaoh Khafre in around 2500 BC, in the same period of time when the Giza Pyramids were constructed, but there is very little evidence to support this theory, due to the Sphinx being carved directly out of the stone of the Giza Pyramid. Stone monuments cannot be carbon dated. Sometimes, archaeologists can get around this by carbon dating the burnt wood fragments present in mortar, or by studying where the building stones were obtained but if the monument is carved from the bedrock, there is nothing to go on.

Fortunately, with the Sphinx, there is a clue to its age. Dr Robert Schoch studied the Sphinx and noticed that it had been weathered in a particular way, not by sand and wind but by water. According to his analysis and those of consultants he brought in, the weathering of the stone of the Sphinx has clearly been done by a lot of water falling on the stone, or lapping up against it, or both. This produces a weathering effect very different to dry, wind-blown sand. If Schoch is correct, then the Sphinx must have existed as a sculpture when Egypt was a very wet place. This has been the case, but that was at least eight-thousand years ago, when Egypt was a wet and temperate area, before Earth’s changing climate turned the area to desert. If Schoch’s theory is correct, then the Sphinx wasn’t carved in around 2500 BC, the official date, but carved far earlier.

Another theory about the Sphinx, which also draws upon clear aspects of its current state, is that it was originally a lion. Its body is a close match to a lion and we can see from the above picture that its head is far smaller that it would be for a hybrid man-animal. It seems likely, therefore, that the head was carved out of a larger, original head, long ago. There is another clue that supports the idea that the Sphinx was originally a lion. It is positioned to point to the Leo constellation at the Vernal Equinox. If this is correct, then that is also a precessional date, just like Vulture stone, and it marks a date of around 10,900 BC.

The next question; if the Vulture Stone and the Sphinx are both marking the date of 10,900 BC, why is it so important? To answer this question, we need to switch to the world of physics.

Ether awe

At the end of the nineteenth century, two physicists, Albert Mickelson and Robert Morley, wanted to find out in which direction the ether moved. At that time, scientists believed that there was an ether, a medium in which everything moved. Since they knew light was a wave, then there had to be an ether, a medium, in which it travelled, like a wave moving through water. Mickelson and Morley wanted to know more about this ether; how fast was it? In which direction did it move? They knew that the Earth orbited the sun, so the Earth should have been moving rapidly through the ether, but was the sun moving through the ether too? They built a device to measure this ether movement, by bouncing a light beam off mirrors and detecting if its speed had changed on the outward and return journeys. In other words, if there was an ether, like a current flow, then if you fired a beam of light against the flow of that ether, the light-beam would go slower, just like someone rowing against the current. If you then compared that beam with one that went sideways, thus avoiding the ‘headwind’, you could spot if there had been a speed-change.

To their surprise, Mickelson and Morley discovered that the speed of light didn’t change, whichever direction they pointed their device. This seemed to mean only one thing, that there was no ether. They published their results and physicists scratched their heads. Over a decade later, Einstein worked out a way to describe the universe’s movements without the need for an ether, thus supporting the experiment’s result. He called his clever theory Special Relativity and then refined it into General Relativity. Nowadays, all physicists believe that General Relativity is brilliant and absolutely correct, and so it stands to reason that Mickelson and Morley were right and there’s definitely no ether.

The problem with this result is that there’s something seriously wrong with it. For decades, it’s been clear that there are major problems in physics because Relativity and Quantum Physics do not go together. One of those theories seems to be seriously wrong. One reason that General Relativity could be wrong is because there is an ether and Mickelson and Morley made a serious mistake in their experiment. This isn’t as unlikely an idea as it might seem. A lot of experiments are flawed, and so the proper scientific thing to do is to repeat them, possibly with new improvements, and check that the results match. Unfortunately, this rarely happens in science. Firstly, no one does it because most non-trivial experiments are expensive to carry out and few people are willing to pay to conduct an experiment where the results have already been published. Secondly, if a theory, based on that experiment’s results, becomes firmly established, and endorsed by senior people, then no one wants to wave a new set of results and point out that they’ve all gone down the wrong path.

Fortunately, some scientists ignore this unpopularity and do the experiment anyway. Martin Grusenick did just that with the Mickelson Morley experiment. He used the latest, much lighter equipment and was therefore able to do something that Mickelson and Morley didn’t do; he tested the speed of light not only in a horizontal direction but also in a vertical one. It might sound daft that Mickelson and Morley didn’t do this themselves but to give them their due, their equipment was much heavier, as shown in the Wikipedia picture. It wouldn’t have been much fun trying to rotate that concrete block vertically, while making precise measurements. In truth, it could have been life-threatening. Martin Grusenick, being a very modern fellow, recorded his experiment and posted it on YouTube. Here is the video:

Martin found that when he rotated his detector in the vertical direction, there was clear evidence that the speed of light had changed. This therefore indicated that there was an ether. The reason that Mickelson and Morley hadn’t seen it was because the ether flow was going downwards, following the direction of gravity. This makes sense. It would also explain the so-called ‘gravity lensing effect’, when a light from a distant star is bent by an intervening star’s gravitational field. According to Relativity, the intervening star’s gravity had bent space, bending the light’s path, but the effect works just as well with an ether, as the ether flow, heading in the direction of gravity, also bends the light-beam, like a boat’s path being pushed off-line by a current.

Gravity Lensing isn’t the only phenomena that can be explained both by Relativity and by an ether. There are many others. In fact, there are many problematic areas of physics that are explained better by an ether than by a universe without one. Dr Paul LaViolette spotted this fact. He also spotted that it made more sense to think of physical reality as a dynamic equilibrium of flowing material, rather than a group of rigid, distinct objects in a empty void. In other words, reality was more like a wave, an endlessly dynamic shape formed from a universal substance. Dr LaViolette explains his theory, which he calls Sub-Quantum Kinetics, in several books. His theory is elegant, comprehensive but also has some ominous consequences.

Note: For a fuller investigation of the Michelson and Morley experiment, please read my article The Michelson and Morley Mistake.

Overload

Dr LaViolette realised that if there was an ether, and his theory was correct, then new matter and energy had to be entering our universe all the time. In his theory, there was no Big Bang. Instead, our universe began with a seed of matter which slowly grew, as more matter coalesced in the centre of the existing matter, a little like a crystal forming out of solution. This process occurs all the time, according to his theory, and the larger the conglomeration of existing matter, the more new matter will appear within that existing matter. This means that in the centre of our galaxy, where there is vast amounts of matter (but no black holes, as they don’t work in ether-theory), more matter and energy is being continually created. Eventually, due to the resulting incredible pressures, there has to be an eruption. A wave of matter and energy is hurled out from our galaxy’s centre at the speed of light. These eruptions occur with near clockwork regularity and the amount of material involved is enormous. When these waves arrive at our solar system, they force interstellar dust and asteroids into our inner system, where our planet lies. The net result is that we get cyclic catastrophes, which I also talk about in my Revelations and Noah article. Our planet is bombarded with meteorites and shrouded in dust. It’s a disaster, as in the literally meaning of the word, ‘evil star’.

This idea, that our planet is hit by cyclic catastrophes, brings us back to the crux of this article, for Dr LaViolette believes that the catastrophes hit us ever half-Great-Year, as in every 12,900 years. The reason these catastrophes are synched with our planet’s precessional movement is because the wave that hits us includes a gravity wave. This gravity wave, by repeatedly hitting Earth, has entrained our planet’s axial movement, like someone flicking a spinning top to control its movement. It may at first seem hard to believe that something happening every 12,900 years could entrain a planet’s spin-oscillation, because of the length of time between ‘hits’, but if our planet’s life-span, of four billion years, was akin to a single year, then those gravity waves would be arriving 126 times a second. In planetary terms, 12,900 years is a fraction of an eye-blink. It may be that our earth has been nudged into this precessional frequency because every time its poles are aligned with the Galactic Centre, either top first or bottom first, that’s when the gravity wave hits it. These are therefore the two nodes of greatest stability for our planet, during the Great Precessional Year. If our planet drifted out of this frequency, then the gravity waves would force it back into that frequency. Our planet has been entrained to follow this precessional year, making our Great precessional Year and the cyclic catastrophes fundamentally linked

Dr LaViolette, in his book Earth Under Fire, explains that our ancient forebears seemed to have been fully aware of these cyclic catastrophes. If they created the constellations, then they seemed to have left us a warning by constructing Scorpio’s sting and Sagittarius’s arrow so that they pointed at our galactic centre. In other words, they were creating a big sign in the sky saying ‘this is where the danger lies’. Dr LaViolette also makes it clear in his book that the most recent wave of matter, energy and gravity that came from our galaxy’s centre was the cause of the Younger Dryas Impact Event, when a cloud of meteorites is said to have hit the Earth, causing massive wildfires and a sudden cooling of our planet. This is estimated to have occurred 12,900 years ago, at the beginning of the Age of Leo. We therefore have an explanation for why the Vulture Stone at Göbekli Tepe and the Sphinx mark this date; 10,900 BC, the dawn of the Age of Leo, was the year of global disaster.

Time capsule

If 10,900 BC was the year of disaster, and our ancient forebears knew of this beforehand, then the Sphinx becomes not just a warning but potentially an Ark, of a kind. This fits with the possibility that the entire Giza necropolis may have been built as an Ark, a place designed to survive the coming disaster. This might sound odd but it does fit with the strange possibility that Noah’s ark was a pyramid, as depicted on the Gates of Paradise panels on the Florence Baptistery. For more on that, please read my Revelations and Noah article. The Sphinx therefore could have been built not just as a warning marker but also as a time capsule. Key documents could have been placed within it so that anyone who came along later, long after the disaster had occurred, would be able to find out about the lost civilisation. In addition, this knowledge might help a new civilisation develop. The logical place to store such information would be under the lion’s front paws, as all cats keep their prizes under their front paws.

It’s therefore very interesting to note that Schoch, in his investigations at Giza, did detect a chamber under the Sphinx’s front paws. Unfortunately, according to a Gaia documentary on the matter, soon after the Egyptian Authorities found out that Schoch had detected a chamber, they decided he was a problem and threw him off the site. We therefore still don’t know if there’s definitely a chamber under the Sphinx or what it might contain.

Perceptive readers may have spotted something ominous in this article so far. The Younger Dryas Impact Event, the Age of Leo and the Vulture Stone all mark a date, 12,900 years ago, when we had a planetary disaster, caused by a matter/energy/gravity wave coming from our Galactic Centre. These cyclic, galactic waves are fundamentally connected to our precession Great Year, which is approximately 25,800 years long. They also occur twice in each Great Year, as our planet’s poles are in line with the Galactic Centre twice, during that Great Year. This would mean that the next matter/energy/gravity wave is due imminently.

Signs of a coming eruption

The idea that a massive, global disaster is imminent is both scary and ridiculous. It is scary because we can work out, from past disasters, how bad it would be. It is also ridiculous because it’s hard to believe that such an event could occur. We live on a relatively stable, peaceful planet and the last one of these disasters is so far back in time that many scientists are still arguing whether it occurred at all.

Unfortunately, when the wave does come, we won’t be able to see it like a tidal wave. Dr LaViolette explains how it would work in his book Earth Under Fire. The first element to hit us would be the gravity wave, travelling at the speed of light. Shortly after that, the electromagnetic radiation would reach us, travelling very slightly slower, its path slightly delayed by interstellar dust. We would not see either of these coming, as they are going as fast as light can go. Our lack of warning would be akin to the old V2 rockets falling on London; since they travelled faster than the speed of sound, no one heard them approaching. The first thing we would know of it would be our planet experiencing a massive squeeze and expansion by the gravity wave. This would cause global earthquakes and eruptions. Soon after that, we would see a bright-blue star between Scorpio and Sagittarius, created by the X-rays coming from our Galactic Centre. The next stage of the event, coming days after that initial wave, would be the interstellar dust pushed into our solar-system by the gravity wave. This would be accompanied by meteorites, knocked into our inner-system by the gravity wave. That phase of the disaster would be hellish; the sky would go black, the moon and sun would go red and asteroids would plough into our planet. It would a scene out of the Book of Revelations, or the Norse story of Ragnarok, both of which probably were depictions of the last time this happened.

This scenario, of a bright blue star heralding global destruction, has been predicted. The Hopi Indians have a prophecy that our current civilisation will collapse when ‘a gourd of ashes’ is poured upon the Earth. This, they believe, is likely to occur in tandem with the appearance of a bright, blue, comet-like star, known as the Blue Star Kachinka. This event, they say, will come during the time that humanity has lost its way with nature, during a period of spiritual separation.  This could certainly describe our current generation.

But even though we couldn’t see the main wave arrive, we might still be able to get some warning that it is coming. The Galactic Centre eruption is a natural process, according to Dr LaViolette. Therefore, like any natural eruption, such as a volcanic eruption, there should be events, before the main eruption, indicating that something big is going to happen. To take advantage of this possibility, we would need to point telescopes at the centre of our galaxy and carefully watch what’s happening there. Fortunately, many astronomers are already doing precisely that. They are doing it because they think there is a supermassive black hole at the centre of our galaxy, often referred to as Sagittarius A*, and they want to know more about it. It’s therefore both illuminating, and disturbing, that they’ve been noticing some very strange behaviour in that exact spot.

In September 2019, a very interesting astrophysics paper was published, entitled ‘Unprecedented Near-infrared Brightness and Variability of Sgr A*‘. It reports that there has been a surge in electromagnetic emissions from the centre of our galaxy. The Guardian newspaper wrote an article on this discovery. To quote from the article:

“We have never seen anything like this in the 24 years we have studied the supermassive black hole,” said Andrea Ghez, a professor of physics and astronomy at the University of California, Los Angeles, and a senior author of the research. “It’s usually a pretty quiet, wimpy black hole on a diet. We don’t know what is driving this big feast.”

Professor Ghez thinks that a black hole is creating these emissions but evidence for black holes is a lot more tenuous that scientists make out.   For example, there is another stellar object near Sagittarius A*, which is known as G2. Astronomers aren’t clear what G2 is; some say it’s a gas cloud, others say it’s a star. The problem is that recently, G2 drifted very close to Sagittarius A*. It should have therefore been mashed, or stretched out as it entered the gravity well of that supermassive black hole, except that it wasn’t; it moved past, seemingly unscathed. Due to the large amounts of dust that obscure our view of the centre of our galaxy, it’s very hard for them to get a clear view of what’s there. These new emissions indicate that whatever is there is becoming increasingly excited.

Another potential source of information about the centre of our galaxy is the Event Horizon Telescope, which is in fact several radio telescopes working together, a lot like the telescopes in the Jodie Foster film Contact. These telescopes were supposed to have been used to give us images of the centre of our galaxy in April 2019. Unfortunately, for reasons I cannot discover, the results were never published. According to Dr LaViolette, who reported shortly after the release date, ‘they are still studying the data’. Since then (over a year ago), I can find no mention of their results. Soon after, the Event Horizon Telescope team produced a photo of a black hole in another galaxy (shown in the picture). This made the headlines everywhere… but according to many commentators, there are several problems with the credibility of this image. Firstly, so much data processing went on to make the final image, and so much ‘filtering’ of the signal, that virtually any image could have been created, depending on the decisions made by the team. Secondly, the image may not be of a black hole at all but instead, a plasma toroid.

We therefore have two examples of observations of the centre of our galaxy. One reported astonishing activity and the other decided not to make a report. I will update this article if they do release their report. This information is either a serious warning or too ambiguous, depending on one’s point of view. At this point, it is tempting to think that the next event isn’t imminent. Even if there are cyclic catastrophes, the next one could arrive in a century’s time, or perhaps two, and still fit with the timetable. Unfortunately, there is another piece of evidence from our past that gives a more specific time.

The gnawing Fox

Let’s return to Göbekli Tepe, where we started this article. At that site, in the same chamber as the Vulture Stone, there is another stone, upon which there is a prominent carving of a fox. Foxes are members of the dog family, along with wolves.They are traditionally regarded as tricksters, thieves, raiders and general creators of mayhem. Many of the animals at the site have been confidently associated with constellations, as described already, but the Fox hasn’t, as there is no Greek Constellations called the Fox. If the Vulture stone was warning us of disaster with its constellation animals, it would make sense to try and decipher the fox carving. Is the Fox warning us of disaster?

If there was a Fox constellation, and it was being referred to at Göbekli Tepe, then it was clearly an extremely old constellation. Fortunately, we do have information about the constellations of our oldest civilisations. In Gavin White’s excellent book Babylonian Star Lore, he explains that the Fox was a constellation in Babylonian times. In support of this theory, he supplies an image of the constellation animal, which was carved on a Mesopotamian inscription. It is clearly similar to the one carved at Göbekli Tepe. He makes it clear that the Babylonians believed the Fox to be a harbinger of doom. They associated the  Fox with their Mesopotamian god Erra, ‘the Scorcher’. They stayed that when ‘the star of Erra is twinkling and carries rays, his mantle of radiance will be activated and all people will perish’. If the Fox-star rises or appears, according to Mesopotamian astrology, ‘in this year in all lands the king will die’ (pg111). But there is another Mesopotamian legend, summarised in the book, that is more specific about when disaster will occur:

‘When the Fox finally gnaws through the rope, the present World-Age will come to a catastrophic end, the heavens will fall and the host of the dead will be unleashed from the underworld.’

This ominous prophecy fits well with a Galactic Wave event but, like so much information from our ancient past, it is encoded. What is the ‘rope’? Who is the Fox? Fortunately, these coded terms can be solved. To start with, the place in our heavens around which the stars revolve is known as the Celestial North Pole, which I’ve talked about already, and in other articles such as the Giza Beam. This place is often described as the Ropes of Heaven, because the stars were often thought of as hanging above us, attached by a rope, line or beam. The point the rope or ropes attached was the axis point, often called the Mooring Post. Therefore, the rope hangs from the Celestial North Pole.

We also know that the stars around the Celestial North Pole change their positions over millennia, due to our planet’s axial precession, as already mentioned. Therefore, there are times when a star will approach the Celestial North Pole and touch it. These stars, or constellations, are often depicted as animals. It’s therefore logical to conclude that the Mesopotamian legend was referring to a Fox star reaching the Celestial North Pole and ‘gnawing on it’. This would have been a very clever way to pass on a date for a future disaster, as it is using this celestial clock. The only problem is, which star is the Fox?

This mystery, as to the identity of the Fox, is aggravated by the fact that our Ancient Greeks also seemed to know about a Fox star and its negative relationship with the Celestial North Pole. According to Proclus, the Ancient Greek Historian:

‘The Fox-star nibbles continuously at the throng of the yoke that holds together Heaven and Earth.’

Proclus was clearly repeating the early Mesopotamian warning, but it’s not clear which star he identified as the Fox, leaving the mystery still unsolved.

To solve this enigma, we can return to the Dendera zodiac. Gavin White, in his book, reports that the Greeks believed that the Fox-star sat on the beam of the Plough. The Plough is now a popular name for Ursa Major, the Great Bear, but there is evidence that the Babylonian Plough constellation wasn’t the stars of Ursa Major. Their Plough constellation had a curved blade that would cut and sow new existence in the universe. We can see the Babylonian Plough constellation also present in the exact centre of the Egyptian Dendera Zodiac, illustrated below.

The Greek Plough constellation, by comparison, is actually a later version of the Babylonian Wagon constellation, with its tell-tale shape, which occupies a different part of the sky. The ‘dog and plough’ constellation, shown above, is also present in White’s Babylonian star-map. In his book, this ‘dog and plough’ constellation is identified as the Wolf, which is simply another member of the dog family.

Whoever placed the Wolf or Plough constellation at the top of our heavens must have known all about our planet’s axial precession and the Celestial Great Year because the blade of that plough would be ‘cutting’ the celestial north pole at regular intervals during the Great precessional Year. If the timing was right, then the ‘cutting’ would coincide with the arrivals of Galactic Waves. The myth, that the ‘time of cutting’ would coincide with catastrophe and renewal, would therefore fit the scenario exactly. The plough constellation would therefore become a figure on a massive ‘clock’. It would slowly move around, at the top of our skies, as the millennia passed by, until at the appointed hour, it would ‘cut’ the North Celestial Pole, signifying the arrival of another Galactic Wave.

In the Egyptian zodiac, the trickster fox sits on this plough constellation, as if overseeing the periodic cutting of the celestial rope. Its tail lies on the point of the blade. If a star was on that point, at that cutting apex, then that star would be the precise marker-star for the time of cutting. Therefore, the Fox star, the harbinger of doom, the gnawer of the Rope of Heaven, the Point of the Plough, would also be the star associated with Tail of the Fox/Dog/Wolf. This is the final element that cracks the puzzle, for there is a star high up in our northern constellations that is actually called, in Greek, ‘the dog’s tail’ or Cynosura. Its modern, popular name is Polaris; it is our current pole-star.

It therefore seems as if Polaris is the Fox star, referred to by the Mesopotamians. If this is correct then, according the Mesopotamian prophecy, the present World-Age will come to a catastrophic end when ‘the Fox gnaws at the rope’. In other words, when the star Polaris reaches its closest position to the Celestial North Pole.

A quick check with the astronomy program Stellarium can give us a rough date for the closest approach of Polaris to our celestial north pole. The accompanying image showing the star’s path in our modern era. It’s difficult to work out exactly where, in Polaris’s curving path, it has its closest approach to the Celestial North Pole. This may not be important; it is simply that the next Galactic Wave will occur during the star’s close approach to the pole. In other words, the Mesopotamian prophecy, when translated, is telling us that a global catastrophe will occur anytime between now and the end of this century. In other words, we have anything from a day to a lifetime before all Hell literally breaks loose.

Update – December 2020

Since the publication of this article in the October-November issue of Nexus magazine, I have received feedback from several readers. Peter made an intelligent point:

“If energy-matter is being created or injected at the centre of our galaxy it is reasonable to assume that the same thing would be occurring in every other galaxy, in which case astronomers should have observed events such as that theorised by LaViolette in some other galaxies, given the relatively short repetition cycle of 12,500 years proposed by LaViolette and how many galaxies there are. If energy-matter is being created at or injected into the centres of galaxies, events such as the one theorised from Göbekli Tepe and the Hopi Indian legend should have been observed in other galaxies, but to the best of my knowledge no such event has been observed in more than 100 years of modern astronomical observations.”

It was a valid point. I replied that perhaps astronomers haven’t been looking for such phenomena. Today (December 8th 2020), another reader, Robert, emailed me and drew my attention to a breaking news story in astronomy; the detection of Odd Radio Circles. Here is the BBC news article:

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The key frame in the whole video is at the 1:35 mark:

As the astrophysicist commented, a humungous explosion seems to have gone off in the centre of that galaxy. It’s exactly the type of galactic-core explosion predicted by Dr LaViolette’s Sub Quantum Kinetics theory.

I’ve notified Dr LaViolette of this news, and its links to his theory. He previously agreed with my observation that Przybylski’s Star supports SQK (more on that in my article The Michelson Morley Mistake), and so I hope he’ll take note of this evidence too. He has replied to my message (9th Dec 2020):

I have included several examples of these Galaxy ring features in Ch. 2 of my 1983 dissertation. It was part of the evidence that I had used to support the superwave hypothesis. The features you mention are more recent discoveries of the same phenomenon. Also in my dissertation I showed evidence that the Adromeda Galaxy has radio and H1 emission rings in its disc concentric with its core. Indeed, there is a substantial amount of evidence supporting the superwave hypothesis.

Worringly, this new evidence only adds weight to the theory that our galaxy experiences galactic core explosions every 12,900 years, approximately, and that the next one is imminent. The scary conclusions of this article are therefore now more likely, not less. Sorry!