Glyph Talk

Glyph Talk
Built before the establishment of the Dynasties, built before the Pharoah, the glyphs housed in Ancient Kemet's temples, when under the right conditions, were said to tell a tale quite of their own....
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Friday, April 3, 2009

Study of the Universe: Principles of Physics and Astronomy


Hello again, readers.
And I should promise, for as long as this blog lasts, to never again leave such an extensive period of time between posts. Now that school is finishing up, I will have more time to focus on this blog.

Today I would like to discuss something that, once again, our current notions of history have hid from us, in order to keep us in the dark about the true origins of things. This discussion will concern itself with the laws and principles governing Physics and Astronomy, which, believe it or not, are exactly the same thing; Physics being the microcosm of Astronomy, and all things to do with the laws of Physics are a purposeful insight into the underlying laws governing the stars, planets, and our entire universe. So, the first thing to do, is define:

The study of Physics is the study of the laws and principles governing atoms and electrons (the laws governing matter).
The study of Astrology is the study of the laws and principles governing the stars and the planets (the laws governing star systems).

What is the connection? The connection can be found in Western society in the form of the A-bomb. In Kemet and elsewhere, in the form of the nucleus. The nucleus of every atom, is in fact, literally, a sun. The nucleus is a star. And if the nucleus is in fact a star, then what does that make of electrons? Electrons are planets.

If you were to study the atom under a microscope, you would see that electrons actually orbit its nucleus in exactly the same manner in which planets orbit a star. In the same way that the magnetic pull of our sun can trap other planets (rocks) into its orbit, the nucleus can do the same with other electrons.

Every given atom can be found to be in the same structure as a given solar (star) system, the only difference between the two is size. The reason scientists will never find the smallest particle of which matter is composed is because if the solar system is an atom, then atoms themselves are made of atoms. If the earth is an electron, then electrons themselves are made of electrons. The math behind this and the significance of protons and neutrons will be reserved for the next post.


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