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The text below is a copy of a response to Dr. David Frawley, American Institute of Vedic Studies.

Dear David Frawley, ( http://www.vedanet.com )

Via a www-friend of mine, Philip Johnson, I was directed to your website because of my interests in Comparative Mythology related to Comparative Cosmology, and I want to give the following response on what I’ve read on your pages, randomly quoted below.

In the following text, it is IMPORTANT to stress VERY CLEARLY out the fact, that my points of view describes a GLOBAL COMMON HUMAN RELIGION and that the text CAN NOT be taken or quoted as describing anything else but just that.

( If the contents in this letter are quoted anywhere, please quote this too). (And please, also quote my www.native-science.net )

David Frawley. Randomly quotations from your pages:

(My remarks in green font)


Secrets of the Yugas or World Ages - Adapted from Astrology of the Seers, by David Frawley

According to the Vedic seers, life on Earth is under the rule of vast cosmic forces that originate from the stars. All that happens locally on our planet is a result of forces coming from the distant regions of the universe. These are not just distant regions of the physical world, but also of the cosmic mind, the mysterious origin of things from which the underlying forces of creation arises. These forces determine the nature of the time in which we live. Usually we are so involved in the transient events of our personal lives that we miss these great powers altogether. Like fish, we fail to see the ocean. (Agreed on this)

The Ancestral stories of Creation, tells us primarily of the basically cosmic elements and secondly, the story of Creation relates specifically to the elementary Creation of our Milky Way, telling the very opposite story of the modern science: Nothing is DRAWN IN towards the centre of our galaxy, (This has been happening as a FORMER STAGE of the Galaxy development) but NOW, later on, everything is created OUT of and OUT FROM the centre of our Milky Way Galaxy. ( http://www.cosmology-unified.net/ )

Harmonization with the Galactic Centre

An important cosmic event is occurring now. (Happens in fact every year - but of course with different qualities throughout the bigger cycles of 23.600 years and so on) The winter solstice is now at a point of conjunction with the galactic centre. (Actually, such a conjunction is 13 degree away from Winter/Summer Solstice alignment) There is some doubt as to the exact location of this point. I would place it at 06º 40' Sagittarius, or the middle of the Nakshatra Mula. (Actually 29 degree Sagittarius accordingly to Modern Science. That is: The different between the actual Summer/Winter Solstice Line and the Galactic Center Line is approximately 13 (degrees) times 72 years = 936 year since the latest common alignment between the 2 lines).

The Star Vega or Abhijit

Vedic astrology regards the North Pole as the spiritual pole of the globe from which higher spiritual influences come into the planet. However, the North Pole star does not remain the same throughout the precessional cycle. (Does not really matter in the relevant case below) At the opposite side of the precessional cycle, the point of greatest light, the bright star Vega (alpha Lyra) serves to mark the North Pole. (Back “in those times”, yes) 

Vedic astrology shows a connection between our sun and the star Vega. Vega may be a controlling star for our Sun, its guide; or perhaps our Sun may revolve around it or with it around some greater center. Vedic astrology looks back to a time some fifteen thousand years ago when Vega was the North Pole star. (The Pole Centre was a little bit away from Vega back then, but close to the Pole Point) Apart from the galactic center, Vega may be another important point of light that governs life on Earth. (The Vega Star was/is ONE PART OF “the governing lining rule” together with the Star Sirius, in order to find the direction to the Centre).

The "Ruler" Line

Sirius AND Vega marks the cardinal Galactic line going over the North Pole centre, starting of with a drawn line from Sirius, over the North Pole area towards Vega, going further on to the Centre of our Galaxy in the Constellation Sagittarius, 29 Degree.

Primary Line dates:

Jan 3rd and July 4th. At MIDNIGHT at Jan 3rd, the centre of the Milky Way Galaxy is observed in the North. These 2 datum's marks divides the 2 Galactic Seasons, created by the Earth orbit of the Sun. These 2 Seasons could be  called "Season of Galactic Light", beginning at October the 4th with the high peak at January the 3rd and decreasing until April the 4th, where the "Shaded Galactic Season" begin, peaks on July the 4th and decreases until October the 4th.

Correction of the Epiphany datum

Observe this: I have made a datum correction on the otherwise accepted datum of Epiphany Day at January the 6th. Its my believe that the Epiphany Day originally was installed in order to measure the day and angular difference between Winter Solstice and the cardinal direction to the Centre of our Galaxy.

The Galactic Centre is measured by Modern Science to be at 29 degree Sagittarius, which correlates to January the 3rd. The angular difference is approximately 12,4 degree and when adding 12,4 days to the datum of Winter Solstice, occurring between December 20 and December 23,  the Epiphany Day should be between January the 2d and 4th. ( Link: http://www.native-science.net/MilkyWay.SolarSystem.htm )

Wikipedia “Epiphany” Links:

Each precessional cycle is divided into two halves: an ascending half, in which the Sun is moving towards the point on its orbit closest to the galactic centre, and a descending half, when it is moving towards the point on its orbit furthest from the galactic centre. (Which Nakshatra (time) is “29 degree Sagittarius”?) (I’m not familiar with the Vedic terms)

Following or loosing the Galactic Knowledge

If a Culture is using either the Moon or Sun as their favourite choice of worshipping and practising their seasonal rituals, it’s important to know of the precession movement of 1 degree every 72 year. (1 degree every 72 year times 360 degrees = the 25.920 year Cycle = Earth, Sun and Stars/Galaxy directional Circle.)


“The confusion between the lesser and greater cycles has led to some errors in the occult view of history. H.P. Blavatsky and her followers exemplified such confusion, as they based their views on the Hindu texts that used the longer cycle and did not understand the precessional cycle”.

- If not remembering this precessional movement, the cultural worshipping gets out of synch with the specific rituals and telling of the Story of Creation, which is connected to our Milky Way Galaxy. A telling now forgotten by many Cultures. In fact, I don’t know of any actual Culture, ancient or modern, remembering this important fact, which also seems to be the case in the quotation above.

But the Vedic Story may just be one of the few which come closest to having a still alive Knowledge of this important matter.

The Symbols, Qualities and Meaning

From this link: http://www.barbarapijan.com/bpa/Nakshatras/19mula.htm (The Nineteenth Nakshatra 00:00 - 13:20 Dhanus, Sagittarius) the headline tells of: "The Root" (Direct route to the Galactic "Sun") and several keywords, all regarding the telling of all life origin out of the Centre of our Galaxy.

David, my personal and educational situation is: I have no orthodox education or graduation. But via some spontaneous spiritual experiences, I’ve been somewhat educated in natural understanding of Mythology and Cosmology. But it is a GREAT CHALLENGE for me in order to get forward towards intellectual Networks, going against the orthodox establishments coming out with “new-old” ideas.

If it’s accordingly to a “higher order” to get my views spread, I need ALL the help I can get!

So please, David Frawley, if you have any proposals for me – or hopefully for both of us – in order to find some Comparative Mythology and Comparative Cosmology Networks, I’ll be very grateful. Please contact me!

Feel a very warm Welcome to take a good look at my websites below and ask me any question on the contents.

Best Regards from

Ivar Nielsen

Pileloekken 7

DK 3770 Allinge

Baltic island of Bornholm




Epiphany - Further remarks and Links

Liturgical Epiphany practice in Western Churches

The West generally acknowledges a twelve-day festival, starting on December 25, and ending on January 5, known as Christmastide or the twelve days of Christmas, although some Christian cultures, especially those of Latin America and some in Europe extend it to as many as forty days, ending on Candlemas (February 2).

On the Feast of the Epiphany itself, the priest, wearing white vestments, will bless the Epiphany Water, frankincense, gold, and chalk. Chalk is used to write the initials of the three magi over the doors of churches and homes. Not only do the letters stand for the initials of the Magi (traditionally named Caspar, Melchior, and Balthasar), but of the phrase Christus mansionem benedicat, which translates as "may Christ bless the house".

There is also an ancient custom of solemnly announcing the date of Easter on the feast of Epiphany. This tradition dates from a time when calendars were not readily available, and it was therefore necessary to make known the date of Easter in advance, since many celebrations of the liturgical year depend on it.

The Twelve Days of Christmas is probably the most misunderstood part of the church year among Christians who are not part of liturgical church traditions. Contrary to much popular belief, these are not the twelve days before Christmas, but in most of the Western Church are the twelve days from Christmas until the beginning of Epiphany  (January 6th; the 12 days count from December 25th until January 5th). In some traditions, the first day of Christmas begins on the evening of December 25th with the following day considered the First Day of Christmas (December 26th). In these traditions, the twelve days begin December 26 and include Epiphany on January 6.

The Vedic tradition

Besides the light from our own Sun, we also receive light from the center of the galaxy, the galactic Sun. Much of the light of this greater Sun, however, is not in visible frequencies. Some astronomers have suspected a central galactic light, like that of a quasar, whose light may be obscured by dust or nebulae in the region of the galactic center. According to Vedic astrology, the light from this galactic source has a special influence upon Earth. It nourishes and sustains intelligence in human beings. This is not the materialistic intellect but true intelligence, the capacity to perceive the real or divine spirit in things and act according to the Divine Will.             

When the Sun is located on the side of its orbit where its dark companion comes between it and the galactic center, the reception of the cosmic light is reduced. At such times there is a dark or materialistic age on Earth. When the Sun is on the opposite side of its orbit and has an open reception to the light of the galactic Sun, there is a golden or spiritual age on Earth. Humanity then acts in harmony with cosmic intelligence and with Divine powers that are its functionaries and emissaries. The Sun's dark companion appears to possess a negative magnetic field that obstructs the cosmic light from the galactic center from reaching the Earth. Through this it creates cycles of advance and decline in human civilization.

Link: http://www.vedanet.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=174&Itemid=2&limit=1&limitstart=0


More links to the Epiphany Subject

Wikipedia: “Epiphany” Links:


3 Wise men or 3 Wise Kings


Correction on the Sirius Star and the "Ruler Line"

1. Sirius is the FIRST marking Star in order to find the "Ruler Line".

2. When first Sirius (the biblical Bethlehem Star) shows up, it forewarns the most important Star Constellation of Orion with its 3 "Belt Stars" (The biblical "3 Wise Men")

3. The (hereby corrected) directional "Ruler Line" starts of from the observation of Sirius pointing to the constellation of Orion. A line from the MIDDLE Belt Star, going over the POLE area, further on to Vega and further on pointing to the Galaxy Center.

4. By this editing/correction, this galactic "Ruler Line" should count for both the Northern as well of the Southern Hemisphere.


Dansk tekst om Helligtrekongersdag

Wikipedia: Helligtrekongersdag


Helligtrekongersdag er en kirkelig festdag, som fejres 6. januar. Indtil Struensees helligdagsreform i 1770 var dagen endvidere en offentlig helligdag. Helligtrekongersaften er aftenen før, altså den 5. januar. (Se min korrektion ovenfor)

Baggrunden for dagen er beretningen i Matt. 2, 1-2, hvor det lyder:

Da Jesus var født i Betlehem i Judæa i kong Herodes' dage, se, da kom der nogle vise mænd fra Østerland til Jerusalem og spurgte: »Hvor er jødernes nyfødte konge? For vi har set hans stjerne gå op og er kommet for at tilbede ham.« (Citat fra den autoriserede danske bibeloversættelse fra 1992).

I den oprindelige, græske tekst benævnes disse personer som mágoi (gr. μάγοι, flertal af μάγος mágos), hvilket i samtiden bl.a. var en betegnelse for perserrigets zarathustriske præster, der havde indsigt i astrologi og drømmetydning.

Det ejendommelige er nu, at evangelisten om "de vise" hverken siger at de var hellige, eller tre, eller konger! Dette er noget som senere tradition har tildigtet. Specielt er det bemærkelsesværdigt at denne tradition ikke blev afbrudt ved Reformationen i den danske kirke i 1500-tallet. Oven i købet betegnes i Folkekirkens gudtjenesteordning den dag i dag en hel række søndage som "søndage efter Hellig tre konger". Hvis der falder en søndag i perioden 2. januar til 6. januar, kaldes denne helligtrekongers søndag.

I den svenske kirke og den svensktalende del af den Evangeliske Lutherske kirke i Finland bruges betegnelsen derimod ikke - man taler i stedet om "Trettondedagen jul" eller blot "Trettondedagen",  http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trettondedag_jul (sammenlign også Twelfth Night http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twelfth_Night  af Shakespeare, som på dansk hedder Helligtrekongers aften).

Forklaringen på traditionens bevaring i Danmark er antagelig, at man siden middelalderen havde gjort pilgrimsrejser til det ikke alt for fjerne Köln, hvor de formodede tre kongers relikvier nød veneration. I den romersk-katolske kirke betegnes festen Epifani, dvs. (Jesu) (Egentlig: Et Globalt ritual "Galaksens Lyse Højtid", tilknyttet Galaksens Centrum) tilsynekomst eller åbenbaring for hedningene.