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The Great Shift

The ‘Great Shift’ is one of the many names given to the events that occured at the end of the “Descending Kali Yuga”, also known as the “Age of Heroes” — and the period of chaos that followed before the emergence of our present age — the “Ascending Kali Yuga”.

The Descending Kali Yuga was also known as the age of Heroes, or giants.

‘Cyclopean masonry’ is a term used to describe a type of megalithic architecture entailing the working of unusually large blocks of stone, often for the construction of fortifications. The term was coined by Greeks in the Classical Age, reflecting the belief that only the Cyclops, gigantic, one-eyed creatures of myth, could have been strong enough to manipulate stones so immense.

Sometime around the year 1100 BC, right at the end of the Bronze Age, a wave of destruction washed over the Eastern Mediterranean. It wiped whole civilizations off the map, and left only ash and ruin in its wake.

This catastrophe is known to historians as “the Late Bronze Age Collapse”

This collapse of the Old World is described in many myths and legends, and is seen again in the fantasy books A Song of Ice and Fire that became the TV series Game of Thrones.

https://youtu.be/wB5nRanlmIo

(The Information in this video, links the “Songs of Ice and Fire” books to Velikovsky, (Worlds in Collision), the ‘Long Night’, the Black Stone (Comet that hit the earth and created the mudflood), Dragons and much more.)

The Human Design System and the Calculation of the Cusp of the Ascending Kali Yuga

The Human Design System presents a Cosmos of 64 gates through which the Precession of the Equinoxes passes in its 26,000 year Cycle. If we divide the total Yuga Cycle into 8 ages — 4 Ascending and 4 Descending — this gives 8 gates for each age, and a length in years of 3221.44 years for each age.

According to Ra Uru Hu (Human Design) and others, the Ascending Kali Yuga will end in February 2027AD. A calculation of 8 gates before this time gives a date for the end of the Descending Kali Yuga as:–

==> 1194BC <==

The Great Bronze Age Collapse

The archaeological evidence shows that tremendous destruction visited the Greek isles at this time.

The great Mycenaean cities and palaces collapsed. Villages and towns were burnt, destroyed and abandoned. The population of the cities reduced drastically, there was widespread famine and people lived in isolated, small settlements.

Such was the magnitude of the cataclysms that the ancient Greeks entirely forgot the art of writing which they had to re-learn from the Phoenicians in the 8th century! The ancient trade networks were disrupted and came to a grinding halt.”

During the 20th Dynasty of Egypt, the Egyptian Empire started to lose its control in the Southern Levant. While Lachish had prospered under Egyptian hegemony, it was completely destroyed by fire around 1150 BC. It was rebuilt by Canaanites who built two temples. However, this settlement was soon destroyed by another fire around 1130 BC (cf. nearby fortified Eglon, Philistines). The site then remained abandoned for a long period of time. 

Symbolically, at the end of the Age of Heroes, Akhenaton presages the new age of the Son/Sun with the New Religion of Son Worship. Moses takes the Ark of the Covenant out of Egypt and into Canaan as tbe Promised land as we move from the “Down into Egypt” cycle into the “Up into Canaan” cycle, and the new Biblical Prophesies of Ascension. and finally Joshua bringing down the walls of the city states of Canaan representing the fall of the old epoch and finally comes to rest in Jerusalem as the marker for the Program Israel and the Return of the Dove.

In this new Ascension/Redemption epoch, the 7 Rishis or flames of Zohar enlighten the prophets to reveal the higher truths to the people of God and Israel.

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