The Direction of Heaven
The Circle of Cygnus
On the Wolf Trail
Pathway to the Gods
The Winged Serpent
Goddess of the Swan
The Waters of Life
Swan Knights and Swan Maidens
The Key to Ascension
In Search of Sokar
The Road to Rostau
The Well of Souls
The Swan-Goose of Eternity
The First Astronomers
The Point of Creation
The Secret of Life
Children of the Swan
The True God Star.
- Montgomery's 'Cygnus Event'
2006 ON THE RIVER THAMES.
report by Andrew Collins on an ancient custom associated with the cult of the
RAYS AND THE CYGNUS MYSTERY
Did Cosmic Radiation change evolution and kick-start
in-depth report by Andrew Collins, showing that the idea of cosmic rays influencing
evolution was proposed as early as 1930 and seriously put forward by astronomer
and science writer Carl Sagan back in 1973. Click here
CYGNUS MYSTERY is an intellectual adventure that considers shamanism and the influence
of the Cygnus constellation on the minds of our Neolithic ancestors. Andrew Collins
takes readers into deepest, darkest caves in search of the sound of the universe,
making a compelling case for Palaeolithic CERNs.' |
Narby, anthropologist and author of The Cosmic Serpent and Intelligence in Nature
This is not a book about life's origins in the Darwinian sense.
It is about the origins of life much deeper in our history and consciousness -
about our earliest ancestors' awareness that life, death, and evolution were connected
directly to a cosmic source.
early as Palaeolithic times, the stars of Cygnus - the ultimate expression of
a widespread belief in the bird as a symbol of the soul - were seen as the gateway
to heaven. Shamanic journeys, Native American funeral rites, the alignments of
prehistoric standing stones, all pointed the way to this sky-world, accessed via
the Milky Way or an imagined cosmic axis. This belief shaped cosmologies around
the world; influenced sacred architecture from Avebury in Britain to the temples
of Mexico, Peru, and India; and lie behind all major religions to this day.
The Cygnus Mystery, Andrew Collins traces this astronomic lore back to 15,000
B.C., when Deneb, the brightest star in Cygnus, was the Pole Star. At that time,
our Paleolithic ancestors practiced their religious rituals in caves deep in the
earth - caves whose bird-imagery art, anthropologists have found, was the creation
of shamans under the influence of hallucinogens that let them travel in visions
outside this world. And in that same era, humanity underwent a change in physical
and neurological makeup so fast it seemed to occur virtually overnight.
caused this sudden leap forward? The Cygnus Mystery proposes that it was a dramatic
rise in cosmic rays reaching Earth - and provides evidence that the rays, which
left subatomic traces in those same deep caves, emanated from a binary star system
known as Cygnus X-3. These findings, Collins explains, challenged the certainties
of the scientific establishment - until, in 2005, a U.S. think tank went public
with its own conviction that a binary system producing powerful jets of cosmic
rays triggered a rapid acceleration in human evolution during the last Ice Age.
on archeoastronomy, astrophysics, and a dynamic understanding of spiritual wisdom,
this groundbreaking work takes us to the heart of an ancient mystery and the front
lines of a battle over the force that changed humanity's course.