Cosmic Relationships:  Comets, Human Behavior and New Discoveries on Easter Island

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candace gossen

Abstract

Humans have recorded celestial events for as long as we have been able to draw and write. Pictographs, petroglyphs and even standing stones mark moments in time on the landscape to remember changing seasons and repeating cycles. Some merge together to form cosmic relationships where great civilization collapse is ushered in by a supernova and stamped onto a rock with a hand print. This historical project begins with comets and human events that seem to have occurred simultaneously and marked as harbingers of cause and effect of the other. Adding my own scientific data uncovered in the depths of the crater lake Rano Kao on Easter Island, it is there, in a living quagmire of slowly decomposing plants and fossil pollen where a 15,000 year climate history was uncovered. Repeating cycles of extreme cold and hot events occurring every 637 and 719 years respectively, also unfold supporting environmental and celestial events marked by major human events along this timeline. One event, the last extreme cold period peaking in 1456AD, is foretelling of another event coming in 2027. Bringing all of these things together in visual form, one can begin to make cosmic relationships, at least marks in time, noting many and even the latest between a repeating 800 year cycle of a Christmas Star and a pandemic that will be noted for the rest of human civilization.

DOI

https://doi.org/10.31223/X58018

Subjects

Other Astrophysics and Astronomy, Other Earth Sciences

Keywords

comets, cosmic relationships, human behavior in history

Dates

Published: 2021-01-22 03:54

Last Updated: 2021-01-22 11:54

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CC BY Attribution 4.0 International

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