Yes Virginia, Santa Claus is Coming Tonight

Our galaxy was created by a cosmic flood at least tens of billions of years ago, and its disk is where the celestial flow settled. We know that every great and small civilization called the Milky Way the tree of life. And they believed life began after a great flood that consumed the whole earth. Magdalenian cave dwellers painted a famous Hall of Bulls in the cave at Lascaux, France over 17,000 years ago. Thus, it is a simple matter of deduction to realize that the trunk of the tree of life must be opposite the bulls of Lascaux, who are rising up to that field of grasshoppers. This deduction is certainly questionable, but the fact that the trunk of the tree goes from the bottom of the galaxy to its central floodplain is self-evident. The bulls of Lascaux mark the section of the sky called up, day, desert, top, and heaven. The trunk of the tree must grow up to that floodplain which circles the heavens from down under, below, night, sea, moor and furrow of the earth.

Cosmic Christmas Tree

The trunk of the celestial tree of life grows in a furrow on a hillside between the two oppositely facing bulls #18 and #2, at a place known as a fountain, well, and pool of Siloam. Si is short for sidereal, meaning belonging to the stars. Loam is an ancient word meaning earth. Siloam means the earth belonging to the stars, or celestial earth. With the chart above we can see why, for the bulls cross the river valley and the world tree rises from it being fed by the celestial fountain of youth between the mountain at Auriga to the east and the moor at Sagittarius to the west. Can you see the bulls fording the river in the sky as they climb that mountain? When it comes to constellations, this was truly an age of Titans. The greatest Titan of all was the band of stars on the floodplain of the Milky Way. It is visible even to the skeptical mind. Below this floodplain was the garden which had been flooded at the beginning of creation.

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Edited November 14, 1997