The True God Star.
In December 2005, an American
scientific think tank called the Meinel Institute of Las Vegas,
founded by former consultants to the NASA-linked JPL (Jet Propulsion
Laboratory), came forward and announced that it now believed that
cosmic rays from a galactic binary system producing relativistic
jets was responsible for a rapid acceleration in animal and human
evolution around 40,000 years ago. It was at this time that great
changes occurred in human advancement, most obviously the appearance
of anatomically modern human beings in Europe and Asia and the
emergence of cave art.
The Meinels used the Beryllium-10
data produced by the Greenland ice cores to achieve a point source
for the cosmic rays that reached Earth during this distant epoch,
and although this led them initially to Cygnus, where they searched
in vain for a possible microblazar, they eventually concluded
that the only realistic source was the Cat's Eye nebula in neighbouring
Draco, the dragon.
The Cat's Eye nebula taken
by the Hubble Space Telescope. Picture credit: Hubble Space
This, they believe, fits the
data obtained from their detailed examination of the Greenland
ice core data, which enabled them to deduce a suitable search
area in the northern night sky. However, top theorists on planetary
nebulae are unable to accept the Meinel's candidate for the production
of such powerful cosmic rays, since the Cat's Eye is deemed too
weak, and no evidence exists to show that it produces high energy
radiation that might ever have reached the earth.
More likely is that cosmic
rays from Cygnus X-3 were able to more subtly influence human
evolution during the Palaeolithic age, allowing our most ancient
ancestors to become dimly aware of this point source of activity
through prolonged shamanic experiences deep underground.
In addition to this,
it becomes clear that the memory of this cosmic influence, seen as divine,
was behind the emergence of religion, art and intellect. This was abstractly
recognised and preserved, eventually becoming the basis for the ancient
cosmology behind the symbolism found even today among various world
religions, including Christianity, Islam, Judaism and Hinduism.
This knowledge, added
to Cygnus's omnipotent presence as the cosmic axis during the Palaeolithic
epoch, must have had a profound affect on the ancient mindset. Cygnus
quite literally became the gateway to the realm of heaven, which brought
forth cosmic life and death.