Of course this COSMIC CROSSING of the Galactic and Equatorial planes was all predicted by the Maya.
As described in a website not a million miles from herehttp://andrewgough.co.uk/maya.html
yes it's all there the cross etc
And as you can see by the raven (bringer of doom)
the egg timer and the skull your time is running out.
But look at it this way.
If I'm wrong then I'll lose all crediblity and I spend far too much time on here anyway. If I'm right I'll be in prison and there will be Marshall law and no internet. Either way you wont hear from me again.
Have a nice day!
By the way Andrew is right the Mayan prediction is nonsense, the trouble is there are a lot of nutters out there who are in a position to make predictions happen.
And thanks to Noel Corbu (Christmas Raven) we wouldn't have had anything to talk about would we?
In Irish mythology ravens are associated with warfare and the battleground in the figures of Badb and Morrígan. Then there is the god Lugh, whose name is also derived from a Celtic word for "raven." He is the god of the sun, and the creator of the arts and sciences.
Welsh mythology features Bran the Blessed, who is closely associated with Lugh, and whose name means "raven" or "crow." He is depicted as giant and the King of the Britons in tale known as the Second Branch of the Mabinogi. Several other characters in Welsh mythology share his name, and ravens figure prominently in the 12th or 13th century text The Dream of Rhonabwy, as the army of King Arthur's knight Owain.
There is a story that England will fall if ever the ravens abandon the Tower of London. The head of Bran the Blessed is, according to the Welsh Triads, buried in a the Tower of London, which might be the origin of the story. The Earls of Dunraven, who supplied many of the early ravens, believed that their castle in Wales had been the original residence of Bran, who they identified as an ancient king, and they may have thought of the ravens in the Tower as avatars of Bran.
One of the earliest legends that connects the Tower with a raven is the tale of the euhemerised Celtic god Brân the Blessed (Welsh: Bendigeidfran, literally "Blessed Raven"), who was mortally wounded in a mutually destructive battle against the Irish king Matholwch who had mistreated the British princess Branwen. He ordered his followers to cut off his head and bury it beneath the White Hill (where the Tower now stands) facing out towards France as a talisman to protect Britain from foreign invasion.
A view (c. 1900) of Tower Green, where historically a temporary scaffold was sometimes erected for executions, although these were usually carried out on Tower Hill outside the castle. Before the 20th century, there were seven executions on Tower Green.According to folklore, wild ravens are thought to have inhabited the Tower for many centuries, supposedly first attracted there by the smell of the corpses of the executed enemies of the Crown. Allegedly, at the execution of Anne Boleyn in 1535, "Even the ravens of the Tower sat silent and immovable on the battlements and gazed eerily at the strange scene. A Queen about to die!" The ravens of the Tower supposedly behaved much worse during the execution of Lady Jane Grey in 1554, allegedly "pecking the eyes from the severed head" of the queen.
In his article "How Ravens Came to the Tower of London", American author Boria Sax came to the conclusion that "the ravens were originally brought in to dramatise the alleged site of executions at the Tower".
One legend attributes the start of the tradition of keeping ravens with clipped wings in the Tower of London to Charles II and to his royal astronomer John Flamsteed, although there are versions of the legend that differ in their details. According to one legend, John Flamsteed complained to Charles II that wild ravens were flying past his telescope and making it harder for him to observe the sky from his observatory in the White Tower. Flamsteed requested that the birds be removed, but Charles II refused to comply with this request
By the way The Tower of london is on a powerful Ley Vortex. So T.H.E.Y. tell us. Yes a lot slaughtering went on there.The Druids had a site on the place where the Tower is.
William Blake wrote:
The fields from Islington to Marybone,
To Primrose Hill and Saint Johns Wood:
Were builded over with pillars of gold,
And there Jerusalems pillars stood.
he also wrote this
And did those feet in Antient[sic] times.
Walk upon England's Mountains green etc etc etc
And we shall build Jerusalem
On Englands green and pleasant land.
Jerusalem? That's Zion isn't it?
Blake thus used the same imagery of Primrose Hill in his vision of the divine city that would rise out of the capital. For Blake, time did not exist and he therefore looked to the distant past and the distant future, to see a London of utter bliss, the “Heavenly Jerusalem” spoken off in the Bible. He would walk through London, and particularly seemed to have an affinity for London Stone, where he had quite a few visions of “Jerusalem”. On Primrose Hill, he had a vision of the “Spiritual Sun”, which he compared to the true light, the light of the Imagination.
He was a Druid you know
Ronald Hutton in his book The Druids writes that the Druid Order in its current form started around 1909 or 1912 when George Watson MacGregor Reid (1862?-1946) led the group, influenced by universalists. When Thomas Maughan (1901–1976), who practiced homeopathy, was elected chief in 1964, some senior members and the Order's Maenarch (Chairman) Ross Nichols (1902–1975) left to form the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids. Ross Nichols in 'The Book of Druidry' wrote that MacGregor Reid told of a history in which John Toland, on the day of the Autumn Equinox 1716 at Primrose Hill, ( where began the Welsh Gorsedd of Bards), called for Druids to meet at the Apple Tree Tavern, Covent Garden, London a year and a day later, and that the meeting which formed An Druidh Uileach Braithreachas ie. The Druid Circle of the Universal Bond took place the 22nd September 1717 with representatives from London, York, Oxford, Wales, Cornwall, The Isle of Man, Scotland, Anglesey, Ireland and Brittany. It was also claimed that John Aubrey, the eighteenth-century antiquarian, revitalised the Mount Haemus Grove, founded in Oxford in 1245.
The Apple Tree where the BLUE Lodge of England used to meet.
AUTUMN EQUINOX. september 22nd
As the sun cannot be commanded by the Pope we take the Gregorian calendar and remove 11 days Pope Gregory imposed and this gives?
The caption tells all
Well I guess we'll have our New Jerusalem. If you can't rely on it happening then make it happen.
My thanks to Philip Coppens
One time member of the parish.