the yellow image below, let's imagine that we are looking down on a
specific part of
the Milky Way galaxy. Note that the horizontal line, stretching from the zodiac signs, Gemini
(left) to Sagittarius (right), ends on the right side
of the circle called the galactic center. Also note that the dashed line aligns with the zodiac signs Leo (top) and
Aquarius (bottom). This smaller circle lies within the larger circle
that makes up the entire Milky Way galaxy. The
smaller circle can be likened to the face of a 25,920-year cosmic clock. Keep in mind that the solid horizontal and dashed
lines never move. They are key reference points on the clock's face for what is to follow.
the authors of the Hendaye cross book show quite clearly, through the use
of commonly used astronomical computer programs, is that a third line, the axis of
precession, moves around the circle (see image below) like the
big hand of a clock, while the other two lines remain stationary. The
counter-clockwise motion of the big hand is the result of precession. As one might
expect, it takes 25,920 years for the big hand of the precession clock to
make one complete turn. This moving third line, colored red, can be seen in the
One can see in
image that 2,160 years ago the top part of the red line
was leaving Libra and entering Virgo, as it heads towards the sign of Leo at
the 12 o'clock position. At the same time, the red line on the bottom is moving to the right out of Aires
and into Pisces. This ushered in the Piscean Age 2,160 years ago. Today, the red line is
straight up and down right on top of the dashed line, as the New Age of
Aquarius begins. This specific "cross" formation happens just once
every 25,920 years and is THE key alignment in the cycle. Today we are at the
end of the Iron
Age and the 25,920 year cycle... a very important time when cycles within
cycles climax around 2012.
special alignment was known to the ancient adepts, astronomers and astrologers.
They also knew periodic alignments are formed when the moving red line
reaches each of the 4 cardinal points on the circle of time (i.e. 12, 3, 6 and
9 o'clock positions). These alignments, occurring every 6,480 years, correlate to the 4 different
ages. But, it was the 25,920-year (and the 12,960-year alignments that
brought destruction to Atlantis), which received the most attention.