Let’s return to Egypt, to the Valley of the Kings. We are going to visit the tomb of Ramses VI, a pharaoh of the 20th dynasty, during the New Kingdom period. We go down and inside, to the upper level J, to the central part of the right-hand wall. Here is the image that interests us (Fig. 3)
- Fig. 3. A fragment of the Book of the Earth, Part A, Scene 7, from the tomb of Ramses VI in the Valley of the Kings
It is a fragment from the Book of the Earth, Part A, Scene 7. This image contains several layers of information, but we shall concentrate for the moment on the main thingIt is a fragment from the Book of the Earth, Part A, Scene 7. This image contains several layers of information, but we shall concentrate for the moment on the main thing.
The figure in the centre of the composition is covered with yellow paint. Semen is dripping from his phallus onto the head of the little human figure. What associations does that bring to your mind? Egyptologists thought the same.
Everything depicted here explains in brilliantly concrete fashion that:
The figure in the centre is the sun, hence the golden yellow colour of his body. The phallus and semen allude to the giving of life! Look again – running through the centre of the figure is a curved line – that’s an orbit. It passes through the third chakra (the solar plexus), which is a direct indication of the number of the orbit. TWO planets are shown on this orbit: one in front of the figure, the other behind.
This composition plainly states that on the orbit of the Earth (the third out from the Sun) TWO planets are moving: the Earth and some other body. The Sun looks at the Earth, the size (mass) of which is less than the size of the planet behind the Sun's back. It is located diametrically opposite us, behind the Sun, so we cannot see it! It is located diametrically opposite us, behind the Sun, so we cannot see it! Evidently the Egyptians were seeking to set down for perpetuity information obtained from the Neferu. It therefore survived not only on the walls of tombs in the Valley of the Kings, but also in the cosmogony of the Pythagorean Philolaus, who asserted too that behind the Sun (which he called ‘Hestia’ – the central hearth) on there was a body similar to our own planet – the Counter-Earth (Fig. 4).
If you are getting excited, but still dubious, here are some curious facts recorded by astronomers.
Early on the morning of 25 January 1762, Gian Domenico Cassini, the director of the Paris Observatory, discovered close to Venus an unknown crescent-shaped body that cast a shadow – a direct indication that this was a large planet and not a star. Venus too was crescent-shaped at that moment and at first Cassini believed that he had found a satellite of the second planet.
The body was of very large size. Cassini estimated its diameter as a quarter that of Venus. The same astronomer left another next record of observing this planet in 1672. Fourteen years later, on 18 August 1686, Cassini saw the same body again, an event he recorded in his diary.
On 23 October 1740, shortly before sunrise, the mysterious planet was spotted by James Short, a member of the Royal Society (of science) and an amateur astronomer. Aiming his telescope at Venus, he saw very close to it a little “starlet”. Pointing another telescope at it that had a magnification of 50–60 and was fitted with a micrometer, he determined its distance from Venus, which was around 10.2˚ Venus could be seen exceptionally clearly. The air was very clear and so Short took a look at this “starlet” at a magnification of 240 and, to his enormous surprise, discovered that it was in the same phase as Venus. That is to say the planet lit by the Sun had the same kind of crescent-shaped shadow as could be observed on the visible disc of Venus. The diameter of the planet was roughly a third that of Venus. Its light was not as bright or clear, but had exceptionally sharp, precise edges due to the fact that it lay considerably further from the Sun than Venus. A line passing through the centre of Venus and the planet formed an angle of around 18–20˚ with the equator of Venus. Short observed the planet for an hour, but the Sun’s light increased and he lost it around 8.15 in the morning.
The next observation was made on 20 May 1759, by the astronomer Andreas Mayer in Greifswald, Germany.
The exceptional “glitch” in the functioning of the solar “dynamo” that took place in the late seventeenth and early to mid-eighteenth centuries (which also manifested itself in a Maunder minimum, when there were hardly any sunspots for fifty years) caused the orbital instability of the Counter-Earth. 1761 was the year when it was seen most often. For several days running (10–12 February) reports of observing the planet (a supposed satellite of Venus) came from Joseph Louis Lagrange the famous mathematician, then in Marseilles.
On 3,4, 7 and 11 March Jacques Montaigne, a member of the Limoges company.
That same month, on 15, 28 and 29 March, Monbarreaux of Auxerre in France also saw in his telescope a heavenly body that he considered a “satellite of Venus”. Eight sightings of this body were made in June, July and August by Redner of Copenhagen.
In 1764 the mysterious planet was seen by Roedkier. On 3 January 1768 it was observed by Christian Horrebow of Copenhagen. The latest observation was made on 13 August 1892. The American astronomer Edward Emerson Barnard spotted close to Venus (where there were no stars with which the sighting might have been associated) an unknown object of the seventh stellar magnitude. Then the planet went back behind the Sun. The various estimates of the size of the body observed ranged between a quarter and a third of the size of Venus.
Perplexed readers may object, citing the achievements of modern astronomy and the probes already travelling the farther reaches of the Solar System, so let us deal with those at once.
A very important point that non-specialists are generally unaware of is that probes flying through space do not “look out to the sides”. In order to constantly maintain and correct their courses, the “electronic eyes” of space vehicles are directed towards specific heavenly bodies used as landmarks, such as the bright star Canopus.
The distance from Earth to the Counter-Earth is so great that, bearing in mind the size of the Sun and the effects it produces, a fairly large heavenly body can be lost in the space behind the Sun, remaining invisible for long periods of time. Take a look at the illustration (Fig. 4) to get the picture.
- Fig. 4. The Earth – Sun – Counter-Earth system.
The invisible area behind the Sud is equal to 600 times the diameter of the Earth.
The average distance from the Earth to the Sun is 149,600,000 kilometres, and the distance from the Sun to the Counter-Earth is the same, since it is on the Earth’s orbit behind the Sun. The diameter of the Sun is 1,390,600 km or 109 diameters of the Earth (equatorial diameter 12,756 km). If we add up the distance from the Earth to the Sun and the Sun to the Counter-Earth, taking into account the diameter of the Sun, we get a total distance from Earth to Counter-Earth of 300,590,600 km, or 23,564.6 times the diameter of the Earth.
Now let’s picture the situation in miniature, taking the Earth to be an object one metre in diameter (i.e. a scale of 1:12,756,000) and see how the Counter-Earth will look in a photograph in comparison to this object. Let’s take another 1-metre sphere. If we place the first sphere (Earth) straight in front of the camera lens, we will need to put the other one 23 km 564.6 metres away according to our calculations. Obviously at that distance the second sphere (Counter-Earth) will be so small in the picture as to be simply invisible. Irrespective of the definition of the camera and the size of the frame, it will be impossible to capture both globes on film at the same time from any viewpoint, especially if halfway between them there is a powerful light source imitating the Sun with a diameter of 109 metres! Therefore, considering the distance, relative sizes and brightness of the Sun, as well as the fact that the eyes of science are directed elsewhere, it is not surprising that the Counter-Earth still remains unnoticed.
The invisible area behind the Sun, taking its corona into account, is equal to ten times the lunar orbit, or 600 times the diameter of the Earth. Hence there is more than enough room for the mysterious planet to hide in. The American astronauts flying to the Moon could not have seen the planet. To do that they would have had to travel 10–15 times farther.
In order to become convinced once and for all that we are not alone in the universe and that other intelligent life is very close by, but not where the astronomers are searching, we need to photograph the appropriate section of the Earth’s orbit. The space telescope SOHO that constantly photographs the Sun is close to the Earth and so cannot in principle see the planet behind the Sun (Fig. 5), unless it shifts its position once again as it did in the late 1600s due to powerful solar magnetic storms.
- Fig.5 The position of the space telescope SOHO.
The situation could be clarified by a series of pictures taken from probes in orbit around Mars, but the angle of view and magnification should be appropriate, otherwise the discovery will be postponed once more. The secret of the Counter-Earth is kept from us not only by the vastness of outer space and the blindness and indifference of science to what historical documents tell us, but also by someone’s invisible hand.
In this context, it might be suggested that the disappearance of the Soviet space probe Phobos 1 was in all probability due to it becoming an “untimely witness”. The probe was launched from the Baikonur space centre on 7 July 1988 and, having entered its planned orbit, it began to take photographs of the Sun in accordance with its program. 140 x-ray images of the Sun were relayed back to Earth and if Phobos 1 had continued photographing, then it would have taken a shot leading to an historic discovery. But in 1988 that discovery was not supposed to happen, so the world’s news agencies reported that contact with Phobos 1 had been lost.
- Fig. 6. The planet Mars and its satellite Phobos. Below right is the photo of the cigar-shaped object next to Phobos that was taken by the Phobos 2 probe. The moon measures 28х20х18 km, from which you can gauge the immense size of the object photographed
The fate of Phobos 2, launched on 12 July 1988, was similar, although it managed to reach the environs of Mars – probably because it did not take pictures of the Sun. On 28 March 1989, though, as it approached the Martian moon Phobos, contact with the probe was lost. The last picture sent back to Earth showed a huge cigar-shaped elliptical object that evidently deflected Phobos 2 (See fig.6). These are far from all the “strange things” that go on in our Solar System, for which official science prefers to keep silent. Judge for yourself. Here is what the astrophysicist Kirill Butusov has to say:
«The presence of a planet behind the Sun and the rational behavior of certain forces associated with it is indicated by unusual comets about which a fair amount of information has accumulated. These comets sometimes go behind the Sun, but don’t come out again, as if they were space ships. Or another very interesting example – the 1956 Comet Arend-Roland, which was detected in the radio frequencies. Its radiation was picked up by radio-astronomers. When Comet Arend-Roland appeared from behind the Sun there was a transmitter in its tail working on a wavelength of around 30 meters. Then a/the transmitter in the tail began working on a half-meter wavelength, separated from the comet and went off back behind the Sun. One more quite incredible fact are the comets that made sort of inspection flights passing the planets of the Solar System in turn.».
This is more than curious; but let us not get distracted and return to the past.
The crescent body showing from behind the Sun is the twelfth planet that was lacking for an elegant and stable picture of the structure of the Solar System that would accord, among other things, with ancient texts. The Sumerians, incidentally, claimed that it was from the twelfth planet of the Solar System that “the Gods of Sky and Earth” descended to Earth.
It should be stressed that the location of this planet on our orbit behind the Sun places it in the sphere favorable to life, in contrast to the planet Marduk (according to Sitchin), whose orbital period of 3,600 years and orbit going way beyond the “belt of life” and the limits of the Solar System make the existence of life there impossible.
Such a turn of events is admittedly rather troubling – but then gradually everything begins to fit into place, Therefore the first conclusion from what has been stated that we shall set in a prominent place is that the “Source” of the ancients’ knowledge would seem to have been extraterrestrial in origin! This forces us to radically reassess our attitude to the surviving works of antiquity as they probably contain priceless information about the world around us, humanity, the true history of Earth and our astonishing ancestors.
If certain readers have the impression that this is some fantasy novel and are still in doubt about the very possibility of our remote ancestors having profound scientific understanding, let us make a brief digression in order to convince ourselves that the ideas of the ancients were, at least at source, highly scientific.
In order to do this, we must set aside for the moment the image from the tomb of Ramses VI, containing a fragment of the Book of the Earth. For justice’ sake it should be stressed that that the title of this fragment as translated by classical Egyptologists is “He who hides the clock, A personification of the water clock” or “A phallic figure in a water clock”!? How do you like that? Such an awkward interpretation is the result of an incredible pattern of thinking and an incorrect translation of the hieroglyphics.