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Isis/Sirius and Western Calendar

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Last year a friend wanted to create a new website, i was asked to show calendar astrology, sadly my friend didn't want to continue, so link below remains a "Wordpress"

There are icons at the top of "Wordpress" that you can left click on, no doubt there is weakness in link "The Paran(paranatellona) and Sun Calendars", icon at top of page, left click on, images can be made bigger, left click, it will make smaller, do it again and it should make larger to see!

Another link at the top icon is "Possible Dispute Explained", this must also be investigated, all icons are my work!

http://wintertriangle.wordpress.com/

There is no doubt that Parans are at the heart of astronomy research, however with the early Egyptian Calendar, a paran was calcalated by the first orange appearing in the night sky in the East, this is not a Cosmic Alignment that we value today, link below:-

http://www.sizes.com/time/risesetstar.htm

If there is a weakness in my research it is when an Heliacal Rising Star by paran was changed to a Cosmic rising star in regards to the ancient Greeks and Julian Calendar. Please debate!

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10705808

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Hi you said I should follow this link on the page: http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=236358&st=45&p=4516337entry4516337

I personally believe that the more people research these things and stars the more the "new age propaganda" gets fueled...

The new agers are particularly fascinated with stars and "cosmic things" and they will believe anything really, it doesn't even matter if you do research on this things or not, they will buy it, since they are desperate for "answers" they will take anything on face value alone...

Anyone can pick up a PEN and start to write any gibberish and don't have to go through the hassle of intensive research and investigation to "charm" the new ager mind. They believe in no right or wrong, no fixed boundaries between anything and therefore NO ABSOLUTE or FIXED answers, anything goes to them as long as it can feed their imagination...

To them everything is like a movie they live since everything is an illusion or a dream, so they will believe absolutely anything since they believe in freedom of speech and everyone's "beliefs" count no matter how wrong or right, or how scientifically proved or not...

And if you don't believe everything then they HATE you, you must tolerate ALL to be worthy of their CULT even if it be lies.

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The discovery of Sirius as reliable timing object dates back to the beginning of agriculture. And there is nothing spectacular nor mumbo jumbo like in its origins, it is just the only celestial body that year after year shows reliably the time to sow and the time to reap grain and has done so for at least 16,000 years.

That very soon after its discovery a new type of profession was created (time keeping priests) and that 16,000 years later the Guild of Quacks has appropriated it to explain some intellectual diarrhea has nothing to do with the original purpose of its discovery.

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Hi Questionmark,

Yes there is a great deal of belief in ancient times involving calendars regarding Sirius and Alnilam, soon i will extent that to the New World and Mayan Calendar astronomy but that hardly explains 116 years of modern Olympics aligned the same way, coming from Greece, i thought my on going study of this will interest, just started, but am experiencing computer difficulties, need new parts on order!

http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=232340&st=195

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