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Collapse of the Saturn Nebula
1. Shaking of the Foundations
i. c. May 2, -3147
a. Crossroads to aphelion
b. Venus wheels away
c. Earth descends / Mars seen ascending
d. Instabilities in the Axis mundi (Talbott column)
ii. c. May 21, -3147
a. Jupiter discharges to equilibrate
b. Jupiter's coma glows as bright as the sun
The breakup of the Polar Stack seems to have been instigated by a superimposition of the plasmaspheres of Saturn and Jupiter. Jupiter had until this time circled Sol as an inner planet-satellite, and had often enough been seen as a warm glowing crescent periodically advancing and receding in the northern night skies of Earth for at least the previous 5800 years.
This seems to have been but one of many phases of 'dynamic equilibrium' achieved by the dwarf stars of the Sol-system over the last 4 billion years.
2. Jupiter-Saturn Intersect Event
i. Plasmaspheres unite c. May 28, -3147
ii. Earth and Venus excluded
iii. Shock impulse inside conjoined coma
iv. Slowdown in orbital speed
This seems to have been but one of many phases of 'dynamic equilibrium' achieved by the dwarf stars of the Sol-system over the last 4 billion years. In c. -3147, as several times previously, a complete "paradigm shift" punctuated the initial stages of a new phase of 'dynamic equilibrium.' Not only were the heavens and the earth drastically reconfigured, but the very nature and consciousness of human beings also underwent a striking and sweeping transformation.
The sudden blazing of nearby suns seems to have been the catalyst that finally kindled the mounting flame of our recorded history. After "seven days" of blinding radiance, followed by a violent exchange of blows with Saturn, Jupiter, the "new god" haloed by a glowing coma, would be subsequently seen as a brilliant "Midnight Sun" receding in the night skies along the ecliptic.
3. Clash of the Titans
i. Electrical arcing between Jupiter and Saturn
ii. 'Jumping' Jupiter pulled away from the sun,
arcing becomes sporadic
iii. Giant planets increase in axial spin
iv. Increase in axial spin ejects giant planets away from sun
a. Nice model
b. 'Jumping Jupiter' scenario
Ancient Egyptian legends have it that
His majesty, Osiris, died when he fell on his side at the river-bank.
The "river-bank" was the plane of the ecliptic (upon which not only Jupiter and Saturn, but Earth and several other Saturnian bodies relocated to and began to "coast" upon), and Osiris, here seen "on his side" along the plane of the ecliptic, was Saturn.
The Mesoamerican 'Chilam Balam' is also clear about an violent contact between Jupiter and Saturn.
Then Oxlahun-ti-ku [Saturn] was seized by Bolon-ti-ku [Jupiter].
This seems to describe the attractive [electromagnetic] Forces between the two, and the sudden slowdown of orbital speeds.
Because of the charge imbalance, continuous electrical arcing began instantly. Then came Saturn's sudden increase in axial speed, as well as the exclusion of Earth from Saturn's new plasmasphere, and Saturn's relocation along the same ecliptic plane as Earth, radically altering the view of Saturn from Earth. This is what the testimony of the 'Chilam Balam' seems to convey.
Then [when] Oxlahun-ti-ku [Saturn] was seized, his head was wounded, his face was buffeted, he was spit upon, and he was (thrown) on his back as well.