|Posted by J.D. Jeffrey on August 4, 2017 at 12:00 AM|
Angkor Wat's Synchronicity
Angkor Wat's diversity of both male and female forms creates a living duality that can be construed as 'hemisphere's. Both Northern and Southern, as such is the human brain.
These visionaries, 'seers' of histories past, allow us life knowledge procuring our location in time as seers of the future in todays present. Thus the 'what' to the 'anchoring' message is to use both sides of your brain to distinguish pure knowledge from our ancestors infinite wisdom.
The Sanskrit word Ayurveda translates as 'Life Knowledge'; and so it is that Angkor Wat distills this life knowledge passed down through the generations from our generous ancestral lineages by those whom walked our Earth before.
"When one sees Eternity in things that pass away and Infinity in finite things, then one has pure knowledge.
But if one merely sees the diversity of things, with their divisions and limitations, then one has impure knowledge."
-- Bhagavad Gita, XVIII, 20-21.
Angkor Wat: Geo-coordinating Truth
The layout to the city of Ayurveda is calculated as the 'geometric square' incorporating spiral towers at all 'four' corners.
The outer four towers are represented by four rooms whereas the five towers at center-point in the industrial layout are created as five rooms. This in itself is a geometric clue to understanding Angkor Wat's multi-stacked knowledge needed to answer it's timeless riddle.
This glorifiable city to the ancients anchors the geometric answer to wisdom of a historic timeline involved as our own, distinguished through their gift of the Babylon Codex.
In reservation from Angkor Wat's inner courtyard sanctuary holding an additional 'five towers', the largest megalith stands tallest at center equivalent to the height of 130 feet.
"..Angkor Wat has an intriguing root(180) degree latitude, pertaining to degrees as an angular measure, with the Khmer 'hat' equalling 0.66^2 metres.
The site is precisely rotated by one gradian relative to the points of the compass. Every 216 years, axial precession causes the celestial sphere to advance three degrees, the angle subtended by Angkor Wat's westernmost towers as viewed from its main entrance. Whilst alluding to the Standard Model, 216 also signifies the distance/radius ratios of the Sun and Moon, along with the number of seconds the Earth takes to rotate through one gradian.
Angkor Wat's 4x5 and 6x7 moat-related geometry, which is scaled by 216 metres, reveals the origins of our 24 hour, 60 minute, 60 second timekeeping system by ingeniously mapping rotation to precession via degrees and gradians. The world's largest religious temple teaches us why there are 180 degrees in pi radians and why a solar day lasts 86400 seconds."
The astronomical knowledge of precession displayed in precision verifies to the mind what eyes view from the center statuesque obelisk as it's 'anchor's the Sun's wattage' twice yearly distributing it's solar message.
At Equinox the Sun sits atop Angkor Wat's grand center obelisk dividing as equally as possible 12 hours from day and night; a magnificent feat not only in engineering but also as 'working' astronomical knowledge of the cosmos.
The 130 foot tall center tower stands as a grand obelsik to the Sun.
Following the example of an 'obelisk', Akgor Wat's center tower distributes light and shadows aligning with the 'courtyards other towers' to create a time sequence allowance for understanding the time of day and year, which includes seasonal movements for planting and harvesting.
This celestial movement method has been incorporated in many monuments to better understand it's functioning use, as this short confirmation explains.
"The gnomon also permitted the determination of the date of the earth's perihelion (the moment the earth is closest to the sun in its elliptical trajectory around the sun), by measuring the size of the image of the sun cast on the obelisk and finding the time when it was largest. Perihelion occurs close to the winter solstice, during the period of the year when the sun's image at noon is on the obelisk, rather than on the floor of the church."
"The height of Angkor Wat from the ground to the top of the central tower is greater than it might appear: 213 meters (699 feet), achieved with three rectangular or square levels (1-3) Each one is progressively smaller and higher than the one below starting from the outer limits of the temple.
The third level supports five towers –four in the corners and one in the middle and these is the most prominent architectural feature of Angkor Wat. This arrangement is sometimes called a quincunx. Graduated tiers, one rising above the other, give the towers a conical shape and, near the top, rows of lotuses taper to a point."
Digesting the diagramed layout in accordance to the structures solar Equinox alignment with
Upon close inspection to the complete monolithic layout, which includes the moat; the varied knowledge of our solar system is re-created.
The spiraling towers enforce the movement of our solar system as it spirals through our Galaxy and Universe.
"The Oort cloud is a theoretical cloud of predominantly icy planetesimals believed to surround the Sun to as far as somewhere between 50,000 and 200,000 AU (0.8 and 3.2 ly).
It is divided into two regions: a disc-shaped inner Oort cloud (or Hills cloud) and a spherical outer Oort cloud. Both regions lie beyond the heliosphere and in interstellar space. The Kuiper belt and the scattered disc, the other two reservoirs of trans-Neptunian objects, are less than one thousandth as far from the Sun as the Oort cloud.
The outer limit of the Oort cloud defines the cosmographical boundary of the Solar System and the extent of the Sun's Hill sphere. The outer Oort cloud is only loosely bound to the Solar System, and thus is easily affected by the gravitational pull both of passing stars and of the Milky Way itself. These forces occasionally dislodge comets from their orbits within the cloud and send them toward the inner Solar System. Based on their orbits, most of the short-period comets may come from the scattered disc, but some may still have originated from the Oort cloud." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oort_cloud
The 3 dimensional architectural design of Angkor Wat's heavenly layout incorporates the Oort Cloud - Kuiper Belt system as a 'moat' to the cosmographical boundary of our Solar System allowing for extension beyond it's premise as the Milkyway.
The abundance in the number 13 is explained at this location, however what sets Angkor apart is it's self explanations of pre engineered 'location means everything' where realty is reality.
The above mentioned moats obtain a geometric ratio of 4/5/6/7.. "Angkor Wat's 4x5 and 6x7 moat-related geometry.."
Incorporating knowledge of what reviews as the equivalent to the Pythagorean principle 4-5-6 & 7, there is also the example method 4+5 = 9 & 6+7=13.
Nine (9) found throughout Angkor's architecture is the mathematical equation of the Earth and Moon size of 8 to 1 ratio.
Thirteen (13) is given as the reference to the Orion transitional 'halfway point' interval of 13,000 years.
Excavated and dug 33 feet into the ground, each moat is 660 feet across times 4 sides equals 2,640.
Angkor harbors a square plaza with a wall relief 2600 feet in length; another wall depicts a frieze 260 feet in length and the 'equinox causeway' full length is given at 2,600 feet.
The number 26 defines Orion's full transit of an estimated 26,000 year circular revolution.
Hidden in the geometry and stelea of Angkor, we are given the unreadable language to be only read through pictures and knowledge of the moon and the stars. A language of math combined with geometry leading to answers in astronomy.
Histories silent language of those who came before.
"Whilst the Great Pyramid's latitude tallies with the speed of light and, upon conversion to radians, conforms to mathematical definitions of the cubit:metre ratio, Angkor Wat has an intriguing root(180) degree latitude, pertaining to degrees as an angular measure..
The world's largest religious temple teaches us why there are 180 degrees in pi radians and why a solar day lasts 86400 seconds. These findings confirm that the Great Pyramid's latitude intentionally reflects the speed of light with astonishing accuracy."
"The general appearance of the wonder of the temple is impressive and grand.. a feeling of being caught up onto the Heavens. Perhaps it is the most impressive sight in the world of edifices.
Angkor Wat occupies a rectangular area of about 208 hectares (500 acres) defined by a laetrile wall. The first evidence of the site is a moat with a long sandstone causeway (length 250 meters, 820 feet; width 12 meters, 39 feet) crossing it and serving as the main access to the monument. The moat is 200 meters (656 feet) wide with a perimeter of 5.5 kilometers (3.4 miles).
The west entrance steps lead to a raised sandstone terrace in the shape of a cross at the foot of the long causeway. Giant stone lions on each side of the terrace guard the monument. Looking straight ahead, one can see at the end of the causeway the entry gate with three towers of varying heights. This entry tower hides the full view of the five towers of the central group.
A figure of a standing Vishnu (eight arms) is in the right inside the entry tower. Continue westward along a second raised walkway (length 350 meters, 1,148 feet; width 9 meters, 30 feet).
A large central area, four porches, columns and steps present a symmetrical plan in the shape of a cross. In front of the libraries are two basins (length 65 meters, 213 feet, width 50 meters, 164 feet) the one on the left is filled with water whereas the other one is usually dry.
The first steps after the library and before the basin follow the path for about 40 meters (131 feet) to a large tree for a superb view of the five towers of Angkor Wat, particularly at sunrise. The walkway leads to a terrace kin the shape of a cross, known as the Terrace of Honor, Just in front of the principal entry tower of Angkor Wat.
Supporting columns and horizontal carved molding around the base accentuate the form of the terrace. Steps flanked by lions on pedestals are on three sides of the terrace.
From the top of the terrace there is a fine view of the gallery on the first level, known as the Gallery of Bas-reliefs (215 by 187 meters, 705 by 614 feet). The outer side, closest to the visitor, comprises a row of 60 columns whereas the inner side is a solid wall decorated with bas-reliefs.
*** 705+614= 1319
Return to the center of the cross-shaped galleries and continue walking toward the central towers. Another set of stairs alerts one to the continuing ascent. The outer wall of the gallery of the second level, closest to the visitor, (100 by 115 meters, 328 by 377 feet), is solid and undecorated..
***328 and 377.. 3+2+8=13 and 3+7+7=17. Both numbers breakdown to 4 and 8.
Four is the number of the Soul and Eight is the number of Infinity.
..the upper or third level of Angkor Wat lacks the stately covered galleries of the other two but is the base of the five central towers, one of which contains the most sacred image of the temple.
The square base (60 meters, 197 feet long) of the upper level is 13 meters (43 feet) high and raises over 40 meters (131 feet) above the second level. Twelve sets of stairs with 40 steps each one in the center of each side and two at the corners-ascend at a 70-degree angle giving access to this level.
All the repetitive elements of the architectural composition of Angkor Wat appear on the upper level. The space is divided into a cross-shaped area defined with covered galleries and four paved courts. An entry tower with a porch and columns is at the top of each stairway. Passages supported on both sides with double rows of columns link the entry tower to the central structure. The corners of the upper level are dominated by the four towers. Steps both separate and link the different parts. A narrow covered gallery with a double row of pillars and windows and balusters on the outer side surrounds the third level. The Central sanctuary rises on a tiered base 42 meters (137 feet) above the upper level. The highest of the five towers, This central sanctuary sheltered the sacred image of the temple. It originally had four porches opening to the cardinal directions."
The mathematical precision of various archaic monuments also represented by Angkor's builders reveal a global knowledge found at all gates of our planets Cardinal directions.
The center tower, talllest at 130 feet, supplies the grand numerical clue while each causeway length of 1.3 miles and a depth of 13 feet hints towards the overall message.
Of all the monuments sharing Babylon's Codex, we find Angkor Wat giving explicit direction across our solar sytem and the implication's of Orion's transit.
We find these examples with histories finest megaliths such as the Great Pyramid, where the Speed of Light is found by centering on the Grand Gallery.
Stonehenge contributes it's geo-coordinates in it's Longitude revealing both 'South & North' angle's of the Great Pyramid and it's Latitude reveals the astronomical measure of the 'mean distance' between Earth and our Sun.
Many other archaic monuments lay claim to this astronomical message from our long hidden past leaving a coordinating geodesic simplified language.
Angkor's tallest tower and center obelisk is built without cement or adhesive consisting of a 10 interlocking ring stage system to create the remarkable free-standing structure. Built upon a triple platform base system, the overall tier becomes a 13 tiered tower.
With other monuments Longitude's and Latitude's revealing unbelievable monumental and astronomical results, Angkor's prime real estate location centered on 13 Longitude & 103 Latitude can not be seen as an accident.
What Angkor defines is our previous world grid Longitude and Latitude we are somehow aligned to.
Angkor Wat is built upon a seasonal flooding plain implicating a cyclic flood of deluge proportions.
This constructed monument is ingeniously built allowing the flood to keep it afloat, and a dire message from our Grandcestors so we could learn to stay afloat. They created Angkor in it's location of seasonal floods detailing their history in magnificent astounding architectural form to reveal to us regardless of our technological advancements, we can not escape the cycle.
"Angkor is as much about water as it is about stone—the site boasts an enormous system of artificial canals, dikes, and reservoirs, the largest of which (West Baray) is 5 miles (8 kilometers) long and 1.5 miles (2.4 kilometers) wide. These incredible feats of engineering form an integral part of an overall site design that remains faithful to religious symbolism.
Moats, for example, simulate the oceans surrounding Mount Meru, the home of Hindu gods."
The embossed reliefs tell a tale of a cycle churning of the great Milkyway home to the cycling Serpent. It depicts humanity working in harmony with perpetual balance of each other and nature. Doing so gives us the golden-age allowing us to shine removing darkness across the universe.
Angkor Wat's serpent 'bridge to entrance' example reveals a 'tug of war' using the serpent as the rope. This configuration explains the churning of the Milkyway and humankinds place in the cosmos.
"A low balustrade resembling the body of a serpent borders each side. Short columns support the balustrade..the wondrous group of the five domes, companions of the sky, sisters of the clouds,. Six pairs of ceremonial stairs with platforms on each side of the walkway lead to the courtyard.
A continuation of the serpent balustrade along the walkway frames the stairs. The balustrade terminates with the body of the serpent making a turn at right angles towards the sky and gracefully spreading its nine heads to the shape of a fan."
We also find this exact message on the opposite side of our globe found at Chichen's Itza's 13th colossal Ballcourt. The Mayan's explained through cosmology this part of the Milkyway is known as 'the crossing'.
Cross referencing it's location upon Angkor Wat's Milkyway causeway of the equinox allows a hemispherical referential answer to our Draconian Pole Star.
"In 1998 Graham Hancock and John Grigsby showed a correlation between the temples around Angkor Thom and the constellation of Draco. The diagram shows the path of the celestial north pole around the ecliptic north pole, over an illustration of the main temples around Angkor Thom. On the ground, the location of Angkor Thom matches the location of the ecliptic north pole in the sky. West Mebon, East Mebon and Ta Som have the same spatial relationship to Angkor Thom that Deneb, Thuban and Kochab have to the ecliptic north pole.
The movement of the celestial pole is another aspect of the 25,776 year cycle known as the Precession of the Equinoxes. Because Angkor is in the tropics, the northern stars are low on the northern horizon. In the present era Polaris is close to the celestial north pole. When Draco is in alignment with the Angkor temples, it is below Polaris and below the horizon. During it's nightly rotation around the celestial north pole (when Draco is above Polaris and visible from Angkor) it is upside down in relation to the Angkor temples.
In 11,500 B.C. Vega was the northern polestar and Draco aligned with the Angkor temples above Vega and above the horizon. Vega is the brightest star in the northern sky and it is by far the brightest northern polestar. Canopus is by far the brightest star along the celestial south pole and the second brightest star in the sky, after Sirius. Canopus and Vega were both polestars around the same time, approximately 13,500 years ago.
Satellite images have been used to locate temples around Angkor. ..appears to be temple ruins to the northeast of Angkor Thom in the correct relative position and distance to represent Polaris."
Often expressed by the ancients as 'bodies in motion', the celestial planets were given human deity-form including faces for a more 'earth-like' appeal in understanding.
Athough they are immortalized as 'gods', animals and the serpent-dragon, this is notably a clue to the mythology of their earthly origins.
The detailed message Angkor contributes to the Dragon/Serpent knowledge is explained through astronomy as well as oral traditions, folklore, sacred scripture and the monuments themselves linking together a unified message to humanity.
Sacred geometry plays an important role in our history, as it did from our ancestors age, and why it still does today. This archaic form of speaking is a versatile language across all nations and why our ancients chose to build thier wondrous monuments in this specified language.
It was done so globally we may all read this one world language of Life Knowledge.
Through the motion of sunlight and shadows calculated daily by Angkor's towering center obelisk, using the other shorter obelisk's of the 'inner and outer' courtyards for reference points in their cardinally pointed directions, like numbers on a clock, an astrolabe time calendar is recognised.
With Angkor Wat defining knowledge in both Imperial and Metric math procedures; Is this purely accidental or did our ancestors (when initially creating this monument) have the foresight to include the coded math message in the statues as well..?
The duality in statues reveals both men and women, however the ornamentation is dominantly accentuated in presence by a majority of female statues. This representation is in direct reference to where we view the cosmos from, which is 'mother' Earth.
As with many of the archaic monuments found the world over..Angkor Wat also details a message of advanced knowledge where acoustics is echoed.
"The gallery on the left is the Hall of Echoes, so named because of its unusual acoustics. (To hear the resonance in the Hall of Echoes walk to the end of the gallery, stand in the left-hand corner with your back to the wall, thump your chest and listen carefully. the library should leave the door at the end of this gallery).."
Angkor Wat's solar message "Across the Universe"
"Angkor Wat is a miniature replica of the Universe in stone and represents an Earthly model of the cosmic world. The central tower rises from the center of the monument symbolizing the mythical mountain, Meru, situated at the center of the Universe. Its five towers correspond to the peaks of Meru. The outer wall corresponds to the mountains at the edge of the world, and the surrounding moat the oceans beyond." http/www.tourismcambodia.com/attractions/angkor/angkor-wat.htm
Angkor Wat's "Jai Guru Deva Om" meaning in literary expression approximates as "glory to the shining remover of darkness", and can be paraphrased as "Victory to God divine", "Hail to the divine guru";
Derived from a Sanskrit fragmented sentence phrase, "Jai Duru deva Om" expresses the offering of Angkor Wat within the translation of the mantra 'Across the Universe'.
The histories we are taught are highly compromised in it's stories and time-lines..as if it was lumped together with minimal understanding. After researching various oral traditions, Mayan & Hindu Vedics, Deluge mythologies, denominations valued scriptures etc., the task was defined by a singular line of approach (much the same of the Angkor's equinox path) using what is obtainable to reassemble it clarifying a possible understanding.
Throughout the knowledge of the monuments themselves revealing astronomy, clarifies a codex written on the face of Earth.
Adding actual known history combined with global Vedic and scripture uninhibited by religions influence, revived as it was originally written with math and geometry to be applied to the archaic monuments for disclosing a cycle of humanity; a living message is understood.
Our past ancestors were 'seers'; visionaries of great mental and astronomical perceptions.
The cycles of time were created as monuments so we may all see visions displayed in the heavens with the forethought to include us as seers in destiny. They could foresee the future, past and present. With great honor they bestowed upon our generation the fortitude to join them.
At the point of external wakefullness being revealed, this living message culminates as Babylon's synchronised City of Angkor Wat.
It is at our ancestors request that WE together join the journey as seers, and see with our own eyes a window to the soul of what we were born to know!
Copyright research of JD Jeffrey 2017
Angor Wat's Astronomical Implications
(additional astronomical confirmation)
Stones in the Sky
"My interest in Buddhist Temples took me around the countryside of Thailand always appreciating and always seeking the mystery that created such beautiful architecture. But always in the back of my mind there lurked a curious fascination with the teachings of Gotama Buddha and the secrets that seemed to be incorporated into all the temples. But knowing that Angkor Wat was designed on a star system similar to the pyramids of Egypt got me very curious because now I felt a deeper reason which drew me to SE Asia in the first place.
What was Angkor Wat?
Concurrently, and coincidentally, I was finishing my review of the book " Galactic Alignment" by John Major Jenkins, an accomplished Mayan scholar. The message Hancock was delivering was that the builders of Angkor Wat seemed to have known of a solstice-galaxy alignment. Jenkins had shown how the end date of December 21, 2012 in Mayan calendrics was definitely associated with the solstice-galaxy alignment. In his new book "Galactic Alignment" Jenkins even mentions how this awareness of galactic center was known in ancient Vedic literature, but did not mention Angkor Wat specifically. What Jenkins does mention are the Laws of Manu which deal with the ancient Vedic doctrine of world ages - the yugas.
Manu indicates that a period of 24,000 years consists of a series of four yugas or ages, each shorter and spiritually darker than the last. In Vedic mythology, a fabled dawn time existed in the distant past, when human beings had direct contact with the divine intelligence emanating from Brahma - the seat of creative power and intelligence in the cosmos. As the teachings tell, Kali, the creator destroyer Goddess, will appear at the end of the Kali Yuga to sweep away the wasted detrius of a spirit-dead humanity, making way for a new cycle of light and peace.
So, combining my awareness with the research of John Jenkins, and through the serendipity of receiving the book "Four Faces of Siva", I could see the direct influence from the knowledge of the solstice-galaxy alignment as embedded in Angkor Wat, recognized by Graham Hancock, and originating from ancient India.
The cycle of time we are collectively now living through is the grandest cycle of all. It is the galactic alignment cycle when the path on the 26,000 year precessional cycle begins again augmenting another New World Age. It is also the end of a Kali Yuga cycle of 434,000 years, the end of the 13-Baktun cycle in the Mayan Long Count Calendar, and hopefully the end of an age where materialistic pursuits will be replaced with a divine awe for the majestic significance our galaxy has upon our lives.
The great transformation humankind is undergoing is being augmented by extraordinary forces, which can be accelerated by aligning ourselves with the center of our own galaxy. The central tower of Angkor Wat symbolizes the most spectacular architectural achievement, which pays homage to the relationship of man and the universe.
Indigenous people live predominately by the forces of nature and survive by living off the land. In their own regional areas throughout the world there is a complete self-sufficiency that recognizes natures cycles. If the global population removes the indigenous life style from this Earth there will be no more people to learn from on how nature was integrated into life and how the cosmos was integrated into ritual. Humanity will have severed its relationship to a higher ordering principle, which governs our attainment of higher states of consciousness. Angkor Wat has revealed itself to be the most magnificent expression by the Khmer Kings in combining the realm of the Gods with our world here on Earth.
The Churning of the Milky Ocean to extract the elixir of immortality is a very ancient theme based on an intimate knowledge of the stars. If we know how to align ourselves with the stars we can begin our ascent to the realm of the Gods and beyond."