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Universal language, before the Tower of Babel. Starting from the studies of a professor of antiquity, I discovered a precessional astronomical code through which all ancient cultures were expressed. In merit, it is best to divide this discovery into two distinct parts, the first we call De Santillana_Von Dechend (Hamlet Mill), intuited by scholars in 1969, and the second, which I called the Brizzi Signed by Alessandro Brizzi). The code of Santillana- von Dechend

 

Giorgio de Santillana was born in Rome in 1901.

 

In 1938 he had to leave Italy following racial laws as a Jew, and since then he lived in the United States, where he taught for a long time at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Her beautiful work, “The Amleto Mill”, published in the United States in 1969, was the result of a long work in collaboration with Professor Herta von Dechend, who taught for many years at the University of Frankfurt. But Santillana and Von dechend, correlating an infinite number of myths that came from our deep past, discovered a number of unbelievable elements: all ancient mythology had the same arguments, the same characters (although with different names But recognizable), the same scenic furnishings and the same numbers, which seemed almost like magic in every mythical theme. Recurring reasons were found in China, Arabia or Egypt, in spite of places or times.

The myths or traditions that came from all the eras and the most unpopular geographies like American, Chinese, Greek, Egyptian, Indian, Polynesian, Sumerian, Hithian, Scandinavian, Germanic, etc.

Contains the same characters, the same scenic furnishings, The same plots and the same numbers. After careful studies, the two professors, though with some scientific embarrassment, recognized the data in order to calculate the precession of equinoxes. The scientific embarrassment grew to a standstill when the two scholars were forced, by the evidence of the facts, to declare That in the common language of the myth were frozen elements of high astronomy. The myths not only describe common experiences, but they do so use the same common symbolic language, the same recognizable characters, and literal motives. According to the two scholars, it seems that an old handwriting has been included in D.N.A. Of our civilization these concepts.D.N.A ancient

Universal language, before the Tower of Babel.

The values to accurately calculate the precession of equinoxes in the form of specific numbers can be found in the oldest human traditions. The overwhelming evidence of their great intuition lies in the numbers to calculate the precession of equinoxes, which appear in every ancient tradition or in any myth. Considering that the origin of mythology is lost in the night of time, de Santillana himself states that in the year 4000 a.c. At the beginning of our history, they were already shaken by age, the discovery was of exceptional character. If we consider that official science would go back to the discovery of the precession of equinoxes in the first century BC by a Greek astronomer Hipparchus, the discovery of the two scholars could only force us to seriously reconsider a good part of the known history. Equinoxes are the two moments of the year in which day and night have the same duration on the planet. The spring equinox falls on March 20th, and the autumn equinox on September 22.Equinoxes

Universal language, before the Tower of Babel.

As a result of the equinox precession, the vernal or gamma point or equinox point is reached each year with some fraction of advance, with the result that the sun very slowly moves through all twelve constellations of the zodiac. He takes about 2160 years to cross each constellation and takes an entire tour in about 25,920 years. With regard to this discovery, it can be said that all mythology is not based on real or supposed narratives of extraordinary and valorous characters, but speaks astronomically of planets of the planets and of the great cycle of equinoctial precession that changes inexorably The sky And Especially the position Of the Sun, the day of the equinox, in one of the twelve zodiacal constellations. By elaborating the code discovered by the two professors, I have found other common elements present throughout mythology, through which we can decipher logically and accomplish the meaning of most mythological texts. All 12 mythologians, alongside a circular concept, correspond to the twelve zodiac constellations that precession encounters in its slow motion.twelve zodiac constellations

Universal language, before the Tower of Babel.

The 12 knights of the round table, the 12 apostles, the 12 wise men, the 12 mountains, the 12 plates, the 12 tribes, and so on. Equinox precession determines a great cosmic clock that includes precessional hours or eras of 2160 years, in fact, the spring equinox stays about 2160 years in a zodiacal constellation. Knowing that we are now at the end of the astronomical era of fish, we can safely establish epochs or precious hours. The animals in mythology symbolize the zodiac constellations and in most cases are the direct reference to the constellation that, at the specific time, carried the spring equinox. Sun-related gods always refer to the precessional era in question.

 

In the astronomical tomb of Senemmut we have the opportunity to observe Horus (the Egyptian sun god) with a long rod in hand that indicates with precision where the precious sun was at that time, about half the Taurus constellation. (Date that corresponds to our 2450 BC precisely the date attributed by official science to the tomb.)In the astronomical tomb of Senemmut

Universal language, before the Tower of Babel.

The solar god Sumerian-Hittite, Tesup or Teschub represented it in the form of Taurus. We have in this clarifying example the demonstration that the Hittites identified their solar goddess with the constellation that hosted the sun at the spring equinox (the Taurus constellation).The solar god Sumerian-Hittite, Tesup or Teschub represented it in the form of Taurus.

Sumerians appeared in Mesopotamia in the Fourth Millennium A.C. (At the beginning of the precessional age of the Bull), and in fact, the sumer solar god is painted over a symbolic Bull representing the homonymous constellation.

Using the precessional clock, the Sumerian figure also indicates that the sun was at the beginning of the astronomical era of Taurus (4320 BC), in fact, the divinity is at the beginning of the Taurus constellation, the horns, pointing to the beginning. Analyzing mythology, I found that the fatigue and terrible evidence the hero figure faces are symbolic and astronomical. Hercules, Jason, Ulysses, and Teseo are the same figure as the man who, to become a hero, has to make a journey full of dangers and somewhat bizarre evidence. If we analyze that Hercules must kill the heavenly Lion, Ulysses must follow the stars of Orion and Jason and Teseo face a terrible Taurus, I dare say we are forced to admit that the trials of the Heroes are dotted with precessional evidence.

The universal language that was spoken among peoples before the universal flood was always sought and for a long time, it was believed that this was a common writing to all peoples, a common idiom, a sort of our commercial English. Today we have the opportunity to prove that before the writing there was a precessional astronomical jargon, common to all the historical and prehistoric cultures. We can say that before our history there was astronomical and scientific knowledge and that this wisdom was used in mythological conventions to express it.

Universal language, before the Tower of Babel.

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Universal language, before the Tower of Babel.