Celebrating the Oneness of Love and Light
The Transit of Venus 8th of June, 2004
The Oneness Celebration

This page is a preliminary essay on the coming transit of Venus across the face of the Sun on June 8, 2004. The Oneness Celebration site provides coordination of events related to Celebrating the Oneness of Love and Light. The celestial event is shown below in star charts, and the reader is encouraged to read the referenced essays on Maya Cosmogenesis to get the full flavor of the celebration. This site focuses on the celestial alignments to the City of God called Teotihuacan, where Quetzalcoatl is scheduled to appear when the Way of the Dead between the Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon along side the Pyramid of the Feathered Serpent aligns with the Way of the Dead, which is the Milky Way. Although the alignment is not due for another 2400 years, the alignment of the mouth of Quetzalcoatl clearly shows why the Maya believed that First Father would be restored from the mouth of First Mother.

Zenith at Teotihuacan at first contact of Venus Transit of the Sun

Zenith at Teotihuacan at mid Venus Transit of the Sun

Zenith at Teotihuacan at final contact of Venus Transit of the Sun

Nadir at Teotihuacan at mid Venus Transit of the Sun

Nadir meridian at Teotihuacan at mid Venus Transit of the Sun, centered on the position of the Sun.

Zenith meridian at Teotihuacan at mid Venus Transit of the Sun, centered on position of the Earth.

Zenith at Teotihuacan at mid Venus Transit of the Sun.

Why is the fox's tail black?
Mirror image showing passing of Quezalcoatl over the Way of the Dead at Teotihuacan.

Valley of the Kings
Tauret and Quetzalcoatl at Egypt

The view from Mexico City shows the feathered serpent laying on the ground from east through north to the northwest. Relative to the earth, it is standing upon its mouth at the equator with its tail going past the north pole, precisely in the shape of Mixcoatl. Here is how Jenkins described this scene in the Aztec myth describing the creation of the Fifth Age.

Jenkins, Miscoatl, MirroredBefore the first sun had risen, before the first dawn, the gods assembled themselves at the ceremonial city of Teotihuacan. For four days they performed penance around a sacred fire, symbol of the divine center. Their sacrifices were intended to conjure the world into being. It soon became clear that a very great sacrifice would be necessary to succeed in such an ambitious endeavor. So, in a blissful moment of inspired self-sacrifice, two of the deities hurled themselves into the fire. The gods then halted their rites and looked around for where the sun would rise, sensing that the immolation might have been enough to create the dawn. One of the gods, Quetzalcoatl, faced the east, and there, off in the distance, the sun rose just over the horizon. Thus, the world was made through the self-sacrifice of two deities, through offerings to the central axis mundi. The first act of cosmogenesis, of creating the world, had been accomplished. The drawing of Mixcoatl has been mirrored left to right. The view shown here is looking up at the heavens from within them. It is common practice in celestial based mythologies to flip the monuments to reflect the view looking toward the earth from beyond the stars. In that way, the images are correctly positioned on earth, and they illustrate the view as seen by the gods. Then the words, "as above, so below" are visually accurate. For our purposes, the graphics will be shown from an earth view which will assist in a search of the stars for the asterisms. The reader will have to imagine the mirror view from beyond the stars, and is encouraged to do so to better understand the monumental art as a representation of the heavens.




13 Baktun, First Father Rises

Mixcoatl, as an AsterismBut, we have left one visible wandering star out of the story, lets look again at the previous chart and see where Mars is located. Mars is between Capricorn and Sagittarius under the eagle whose neck crosses the dark rift. On the wings of the eagle is the image of a suffering youth who has been rescued from some times of trouble. This youth is the spirit of First Father being returned to the upper world from Xibalba. It is the spirit of youth that the First Father/Ophiuchus takes out of the mouth of Quetzalcoatl as a serpent. Also, represented in the Mixcoatl image are the ecliptic/galactic intersection, the eagle, and the child holding some kind of new cosmic light. Not convinced yet? Look at the chart again and notice there is an asterism called Delphinus by the flail in the child's hands. How hard would it be to see in this asterism the hummingbird that hid in the feathers of a great condor as they traveled off to meet the rising sun. Still not convinced? Then find the fox called Vulpecula. Can you see why the fox's tail is black? The tail marks the opening in the mouth of the dark rift, where the children of kings become gods. If that is still not enough, then search for Lyra, and Cygnus, the Swan of Greece, for this is truly a location of a most incredible swan song for any cosmogenesis. Move all the planets and the stars throughout their courses, and you will find no more agreeable spot in all the heavens, than this place where a new youthful father returns to be part of the beginning again. The youthfulness of the father comes by virtue of the raising up of his son to be like himself. Hunahpu understands One Hunahpu by virtue of equivalent experience; walk a mile in my shoes. Hunahpu becomes the sun, because he is the new cosmic light to the community on earth. On a celestial basis, the constellation Auriga rises at the summer solstice in 2012. The myth tells us that this is a meaning of Hunahpu becoming the sun.

The great divergence in the ritual accomplishment of "as above, so below" occurs because above and below are variable around the surface of the earth. This means that the thrones of the father's are dependent upon the local terrain and the local Holy City, as seen from the sacred lands on earth. The ball is thus the earth, not the sun. The variant faces on the Maya ball are the symbols of the local chiefs and kings. This theme has been explored at great depth for many cultures of the earth. They all demonstrate one clear compassion. The compassion is written in their local myths and it says, "join the two lands," "as above, so below." (See www.siloam.net.)

Let us apply the "as above, so below" idea to Teotihuacan, as an example.

Teotihuacan, 4400 AD

The chart above represents the view of Teotihuacan on the vernal equinox of 4400 AD, oriented so that the expression "as above, so below" applies. If the stars were projected down to the terrain, they would be as shown, with the Milky Way and the head of the reborn king resting on the Way of the dead at the Pyramid of the Feathered Serpent. The sun is at the foot of Aquarius as represented in the ball game vignette from the Popol Vuh. Look closely at the path of the zenith (Z). At the east northeast horizon, it is in the cleft of Pisces, or the back of the turtle. Further north along the horizon, a ball player takes a hip shot to beat the Lord's of Xibalba at their own game. The metaphor of the hip shot can be understood in modern cowboy vernacular as "shooting from the hip." The zenith ball bounces through the Pisces circlet "ball" over the head of Aquarius who is pouring water toward the man holding the "staff of life" at the bottom of the cosmic world. When the ball reaches the zenith, the star pattern is as it is shown, with the zenith directly on the head of the reborn king. The sons have rescued One Hunahpu! Let the dances begin.

West of the galaxy we see First Father drawing new spirits out of the mouth of Quetzalcoatl, and the sons doing what sons do in the heavens, where a Maize God tends to his field and his flock. On the northwest horizon, Seven Macaw stands pointing the way to the top of the world and the head of the king. Salvation is shown in full swing at Teotihuacan on the vernal equinox morning of 4400 AD. Down below at Chich'en Itza a shadow will rise along the stairs of the pyramid to Kulkukan to symbolize that Quetzalcoatl shows the way back to First Father, just like it has since the pyramid was first constructed. This shadow and the metaphor "as above, so below" is a great comfort to any who would worry about death and dying. It is a pathway to eternal life in the hearts of the children of First Father, who overcame all obstacles in the "Six-Stair-Place."

Forcing the Oneness of Love and Light

Reference Essays:
A celestial review of Maya Cosmogenesis 2012, John Major Jenkins

Early Guatemala Urban Planning
Prelude to Teotihuacan

Teotihuacán, Gateway of Gods
Celestial architectural meaning of the sacred city of Teotihuacán

A rebuttal to "
The New Maya," Archaeology Magazine, September/October 1998  

Additional essays in reverse chronological order on the current Judgment Day events.

Harmonic Concordance and Magdalene, DaVinci's Last Supper

The Curious Tale of Asteroid Hermes  and  Iphigenia in Tauris by Euripides

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