Friday, July 12, 2013

Sirius Star System and The WORD of God

The Sirius Star System as the Source of Creation
Scientific, linguistic, and mythological evidence places the Sirius star system, Sirius A and Sirius B, at the origin of the creation.
Eastern and western mythological and religious traditions agree that a primal sound, a Word, is the origin of the creation. Quantum physics also agrees that vibration (sound) is the essence of all forms in the creation.
“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was in the beginning with God; all things were made through Him, and without him was not anything made that was made.”
– Bible, John 1:1
The Rig Veda and the Vedic Sanskrit tradition revealed long ago that this primal sound, this Word of God, is AUM.
OM and AUM are the same. In Vedic Sanskrit, O is the vowel combination AU.
The acoustics and mythology of the Sirius Star System will reveal the truth concerning this Word of God.
All celestial objects, including Sirius A and B, are moving in helical spirals, and generate tones and sounds.

Because the orbits and double helical linear motion of Sirius A and B produce the three sounds and tones of AUM in the F, F#, G, tritone, the question arises:
Why the F, F#, G, Tritone?
The F, F#, G, tritone is the fabled quintessence of the alchemists, who said that this sound accompanies all creative processes, including, of course, the creation of the universe. They are correct. AUM is the quintessential creative sound, the Word of God that was in the beginning.
The F, F#, G, tritone of AUM is the creative sound that accompanies the miracles of:
A.  Creation: AUM is the fractal sound pattern of the Big Bang.
B.  Cell division (mitosis): when the DNA makes a copy of itself and checks it for errors.
C.  Photosynthesis: when light becomes living matter.
“The F, F#, G, forms the key tension in the nitrogen atom during photosynthesis when sunlight is transformed into chlorophyll, into living green. From sunshine grows living matter. The word made flesh.”
Nada Brahma: The World is Sound: Music and the Landscape of Consciousness, p. 70

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