Can Ancient Mathematics Avert Meteor Strikes and the Hopi Prophecy of Fiery Cataclysm?
Imagine a skryer standing in the newly erected circle of Stonehenge, working instruments to ‘see’ if there have been any disruptions in the fields of asteroids high above. The circle of stone has been matched to the asteroid belts long since learned of and makes it possible to read for imminent cosmic threats. Everyday someone is working the skies. The times have been horrendous.
Geodesy Spiritual Geometry of Magical Math
After many terrible meteoric falls on the planet, the devastated peoples of earth experienced the Younger Dryas Meteor Strike, a 12,500-year old horror that changed time and culture across the planet. According to research conducted by John Patrick Hill, earth’s ancient ancestors set out across the landscape to stop future threats from meteors and solar flares and in doing so, amassed great records. His study shows the mathematics that was found by the use of geodesy - spiritual geometry that allows one insight into the magic of math. According to Hill the people of the planet arrived in the American south-west and used ancient knowledge that flowed from Mexico and the Pacific, and their records became today’s great monuments and megalithic structures of the past.
Spider Rock Overlook on the rim of Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Arizona, USA ( Public Domain )
The Hopi Prophesy of Destruction
In 2008, John Patrick Hill independently found that Spider Rock, a beautifully wind sculptured rock spire of 750 feet (228.8 meters) tall, standing at the junction of Canyon de Chelly and Monument Canyon in the Navajo Reservation, Arizona, was directly north of Easter Island and connects both the North and South Pole with a straight line circumnavigating the earth. This find was spurred by early research of Graham Hancock, referring to a circle encompassing Angkor Wat, Giza and Easter Island. Gary David wrote in his 2006 book, The Orion Code , that the entire Canyon de Chelly was north of Easter Island. David worked with the Hopi Native American people and noted their prophesy about the destruction of the earth by fire.
The Pacific Triangle of Robin Health. (Image: Permission Robin Heath; Rights to Bluestone Press)
In 2013, John Hill published an article in Ancient American referring to the 5/12/13 Pacific Triangle theory of author Robin Heath. Robin Heath’s work was set upon measures that he explains were set to take in the seasons and movements of the celestial skies.
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Top Image : Stonehenge ( CC0)