The Nineveh Constant Planetary Harmonics extracted from "The Shift of the Ages"
Chatelain’s research goes well beyond the Mayan Calendar, and his discovery of an even larger cycle that unifies the entire Solar System in simple harmonic vibrations may well be his finest accomplishment. As we will see in the next chapter, the stock traders working with Bradley Cowan’s techniques are very excited about this new number, which has equally profound implications for the Solar Cycle.
This quote is directly from the beginning of the first chapter of Ancestors.
[Note: The most recent version of Chatelain’s work is called Our Cosmic Ancestors, although the original version was named Our Ancestors Came from Outer Space.]
As Chatelain just indicated, this huge cycle came off of Sumerian clay tablets, which were found in the burneddown remains of the Library of King Assurbanipal in Nineveh.
This library was discovered in the ruins of the Assyrian civilization, located in modernday Iraq in the nineteenth century through the work of Paul Emile Botta and Henry Layard. Botta himself discovered the Assyrian remains, including many marvelous pieces of architecture such as the castle of King Sargon II, which was a virtual treasure trove of statues and artifacts.
Layard later excavated the site of Kuyunjik, in search of the capital of Assyria, known as Nineveh. And indeed, his intuition hit pay dirt, as among many other things he uncovered the Library of King Assurbanipal, an Assyrian king who was in power from 669 to 626 BC.
Within this library were thousands of clay tablets etched with cuneiform writings.
These writings were, as Chatelain says,
Chatelain goes on to show how these discoveries led to the unearthing of the story of the epic saga of Gilgamesh, which has been confirmed by the scholars to be the original source document for the story of Noah and the Flood. Indeed, the modern Biblical account is shown to be a simplified version of the Saga of Gilgamesh, with a change in the names and a great deal of omissions.
Zecharia Sitchin, a
controversial Sumerologist and
proponent of the Ancient Astronaut theory, discusses this as well.
[For simplicity’s sake, we will shorten this number to 19.5 x 10^{10}.]
He then goes on to indicate
that as the Sumerians counted by 60, the number apparently came directly
from their civilization, and modern Sumerologists agree that these tablets
originated there. Since the Sumerians invented the use of days, hours and
seconds, using their base60 counting system, Chatelain inferred that this
number might have been a measurement of a certain discrete quantity of
seconds.
With this one number alone, you can calculate the
exact time it takes any planet, comet or celestial object in the Solar
System to make one full cycle around the Sun, down to the second. And that
is not all. This mysterious number also encompasses an exact multiple of the
precession. As we now know, it would also encompass the sunspot cycles as
well, since they are a direct harmonic of the precession through the Great
Solar Cycle.
Yes, it sounds impossible, but we must remember that astrophysics was Chatelain’s job, and he had worked on calculating the orbits for such things as the Apollo missions; thus, he was not scared by these numbers, and could work with them rather easily.
And furthermore we can prove here that this
cycle was derived at least 6,000 years ago, and was probably quite archaic
by that time.
To begin with, we must not fail to see the harmonics that are at work here. The numbers in the Octave have a fundamental geometry and vibration, as we have already seen. Their largerorder functions have definite internal waveforms, structures and movement. And now, what we are seeing is that the master cycle for the entire Solar System is built up from nothing more than 70 multiplied seven times by 60  in other words, the harmonic vibrations of the numbers six and seven, at the top of the Octave.
What this shows us is that each planetary orbit could also be thought of as a harmonic wavelength of precise length. This had already become visible in the last chapter, when we saw that many harmonic cycles were emerging amongst the planetary and solar time patterns. Now, we can see that the entire Solar System is fundamentally interconnected through the same system.
In other words, the same harmonic
stresses in spacetime that amassed the continents with
the Global Grid have
similar effects on astronomical and astrological cycles.
So, let’s say that you wanted to calculate the precession, or Great Cycle, in seconds. It just so happens that if you divide the Nineveh Constant by 240, that is exactly what you will get.
And that number 240 is a precise harmonic of 24, the number of
hours in a day. If you want Halley’s Comet, divide the number by 81,000,
which is the harmonic of nine times nine.
Again, we see the Maya’s insistence
on the use of 26 and 260 for counting.
If we remove a mere seven days from the common value for
Pluto’s orbit around the Sun of 90,727 days, which is perfectly possible
given the inaccuracy of our measuring capabilities, we get 90,720 days. And
again, this is a precise harmonic or "Gematrian" number. When we divide this
round number into the Nineveh Constant of 19.5 x 1010 or 2,268 million days,
we get exactly 25,000.
The Cayce Readings explain that the Second Coming of Christ is the dawning of the Christ Light within all of humanity. Thus, we have a possible numerological clue that tells us that this Grand Solar System Cycle itself produces initiation, or what we are referring to as higherdimensional advancement.
Other interesting
possibilities emerge as well when we consider that the harmonic numbers have
actual spiritual meanings, etched into the Mind of God itself. The entire
Solar System may be a very carefullyencoded message of extraordinary
spiritual depth, if we allow ourselves to not restrict the powers of the
Mind of God in this harmonic system.
The following excerpt is from an article by John Gribbin in the London Guardian, at that says just this, with our own italics added:
The outer planets may well exist around B1257+12 in addition, but we do not yet have the instrumentation to detect them. It is therefore extremely likely that the B1257+12 system is equally harmonic and precise in its orbital function as our own, operating under the exact same laws of vibration as the Constant of Nineveh. So in short, the sacred numbers involved in this series of multidimensional cycles could well be universal.
After all, this is the very first planetary system of its nature that we have discovered, among many other potential areas that we could have studied, and it just so happens to have nearidentical properties to our own. Even the mainstream article above admitted that a previously unknown "law of nature" may be at work.
And in the next chapter we will essentially
prove this, by showing that this same precise system continues to operate
when we expand our focus out to the Galaxy itself.
Chatelain explains that there are many ancient cultures that count as though there were still only 360 days, and begrudgingly add five days in at the end to make everything fit.
In order to look into this a little further, let us say that 9,450,000 is the approximate number of days for the current Precessional Year that we now have. [This would be a result of taking the Nineveh constant of 2,268 million days and dividing it by 240, just as the Atlanteans/Sumerians had done.]
We then plug in the ’original’
sacred length of the Earth year as 360 days instead of 365.2422. If our
"perfect Precession cycle" for Earth would be exactly 25,000 years of
exactly 360 days in length, how many days total would be in that “perfect
cycle?” In order to get this number, we would simply multiply 360 by 25,000.
In the Pyramid system, the harmonic number
9 is considered to be indicative of “perfect perfection,” or the number 3,
which means “perfect”, multiplied by itself.
This could explain why the theoretical limit of the Periodic Table of the Elements is 144, which is the light harmonic.
So when we see the entire Solar System as a giant CU, we would find that the numbers are very harmonic and very simple. We also must remind ourselves of the existence of Bode’s Law, which shows us that the spacing of the planets directly correspond to musical ratios.
This has been further enhanced and redefined harmonically by the
work of Ray Tomes and JB Stoneking, who draws off of the London Guardian
article above in his writings. In addition, Tomes shows us that every system
level of size in the universe is partitioned from each other by a precisely
equal ratio. The harmonic vibrations of the number 34560 hold true as ratios
that precisely separate the average size magnitudes of objects, as seen in
Tomes’ illustration as follows.
We certainly do not need the physical structure of a planet to be in place in order for these energetic structures to organize themselves  the natural resonances in the aether arrange this for us.
So what we have, in essence, are some very precise cycles that were charted by some very old cultures, which appear to reveal a formerly understood "master harmonic law" in the Universe that subsequently faded into obscurity. These "master cycles" appear in very precise and harmonic intervals of time, working off of basic numbers such as 9, or the square of 3, and as we saw here, the numbers 5, 6, 7 and 8, the octave.
All of this
suggests simple, intelligent design with intelligent purpose in the
Universe. Although we are not accustomed to thinking of Nature as being this
precise, one quick examination of the complexity of the human DNA molecule
should put such ideas to rest.
The Ra Material indicates that it is the spiraling action of the Galaxy that ultimately controls the frequency of energetic stresses in any given area. Thus, the Breath of the Sun as well as the Great Cycle of Nineveh are actually the shadows of the slow, continuous spiraling motions that we travel through as we change in position to the Galaxy.
Yes, dear friends, welcome to the 21st Century. It’s not just a nineplanet birth chart anymore.
What we are dealing with here is Galactic Astrology, the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Universe.
