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Re: Theos-World Challenge for prize

Mar 15, 2006 06:36 PM
by krsanna

Cyclic processes are not necessarily apocalyptic, as presently 
understood.  The ancients used key astronomical events to identify 
cycles.  The ancient understanding of cycles is vastly different 
than the Christianized apocalypse.  I found this date using two 
different methods:  1) precesson of equinoxes applied to Mayan long 
count; and 2) Terence McKenna's Timewave Zero.

As regards Hal Wilcox, yes I knew him.  He was an interesting guy, 
but I can't say I knew a lot about his theories of disease and 
epidemics.  Maybe I should have spent a little more time to get to 
know him.


--- In, samblo@... wrote:
> Krsanna,
>    I have to admit important things happen on the solstices. I 
also have to 
> admit that I have never been a subscriber to apocalyptic end time 
scenarios. I 
> think the Mandaeans were right with their motto "And Life is 
Victorious!" And 
> I also have to admit the Mojave and high desert especially Joshua 
> Monument have a unique energy. Yep, 1981 is a ways back, BTW did 
you know Hal Wilcox?
> Regards,
> John
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

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