Social Science


SuperNova Precession Period of Peace

Authors: Frank Dodd Tony Smith Jr

The 24,925 year period beginning with the Shock Wave of the Geminga SuperNova 36,525 years ago and ending with the Vela X SuperNova 11,600 years ago corresponds roughly to one 26,000 year Earth Precession Period. No written historical record has been found for that SuperNova Precession Period during which Humans had migrated out of Africa to populate much of the Earth continuing the African IFA divination system, producing Cave Art, developing Sanskrit and the Rig Veda and the Meru Prastara, and building the Great Pyramid complex at Giza. Human Civilization during much of that SuperNova Precession Period seems to have been Peaceful, living in Harmony with Nature and with Each Other, so Manetho characterized it as the time of the Rule of Gods, Demigods and Spirits and I would call it the SuperNova Precession Period of Peace. However, after the Vela X SuperNova 11,600 years ago Human Civilization entered the Present Precession Period, Manetho’s time of the Rule of Mortal Humans characterized by (to paraphrase Terence McKenna) scarcity, preservation of privilege, and ever-more-sophisticated use of technology and ideology to control people. This paper is an attempt to describe the SuperNova Precession Period of Peace and to explore possible future paths of the Present Precession Period, including possible Global Nuclear War and possible Global Reconciliation and Peace. SuperNova Precession Period of Peace ... pages 2-10, IFA ... page 4, Rig Veda ... page 4, Cave Art ... page 6, Meru Prastara ... page 7, Great Pyramid ... page 9, Present Precession Period ... pages 11-12, Appendix I: Lullian Art ... pages 13-19, Appendix II: Gods, Demigods, Spirits ... pages 20-28, Appendix III: Geminga and Toba ... pages 29-31. V2 has some corrections and adds Appendix III. V3 adds Vico, Joyce and Finnegans Wake to Appendix II V4 adds more about Finnegans Wake

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[v1] 2014-04-08 02:58:38
[v2] 2014-04-11 10:17:21
[v3] 2014-05-16 14:36:33
[v4] 2014-06-02 22:57:06

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