ESOTERIC ALCHEMY & ASTROLOGY
(The Sacred Science Uniting Alchemy & Astrology)


For example, at Grimes Point (a publicly accessible site near Fallon, Nevada), the 19-year
Metonic Cycle is clearly indicated in several glyph sets. These petroglyphs are at least 9,500 years old. Meton of Athens lived in the Fifth Century, BCE!



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Metonic and Nakshatra Cycles are both incorporated into this compound petroglyph at Grimes Point rock art site, Fallon, Nevada.
The site is littered with both calendaring stones and shallowly incised cupule covered boulders. There is a connection. [Fig. 2]


Clearly integrating the
Metonic and Nakshatra Cycles, this compound petroglyph (Fig 52, above) set was carved in to solid basalt approximately 9,500 years ago! The point of this difficult labor can be seen on the cupule covered rocks alongside this lunisolar calendaring stone. These cupules were painstakingly carved out of some of the world's hardest stone (basalt) for their mineral content.

In astronomy and calendar studies, the Metonic cycle (or Enneadecaeteris cycle from Greek words for nineteen years) is a period of 19 years which nearly a common multiple of the tropical year and the synodic (lunar) month. Although its importance in unifying lunar and solar calendars is well documented, and is integrated, for example, into the Hebrew Calendar, The Greek astronomer Meton of Athens observed that a period of 19 tropical years is almost exactly equal to 235 synodic months (rounded to full days counts 6940 days). The difference between the two periods (of 19 tropical years and 235 synodic months) is only 2 hours. This means that, an observer can align some distant objects (for example a rock outcropping and a mountain peak some miles away) with the moon at a precise day when the moon, for example, is 0100% full, then using that alignment, in exactly 19 years, within two hours of time, the moon will be precisely at that location again, like clockwork. So, why did they care about that?

In astronomy and calendar studies, the Metonic cycle (or Enneadecaeteris cycle from Greek words for nineteen years) is a period of 19 years which nearly a common multiple of the tropical year and the synodic (lunar) month. The Greek astronomer Meton of Athens observed that a period of 19 tropical years is almost exactly equal to 235 synodic months (rounded to full days counts 6940 days). The difference between the two periods (of 19 tropical years and 235 synodic months) is only 2 hours.

Traditionally (in the ancient Attic and Babylonian lunisolar calendars, as well as in the Hebrew calendar), the years 3, 6, 8, 11, 14, 17, and 19 are the long (13-month) years of the Metonic cycle. This cycle can be used to predict eclipses. Full lunar eclipses are required if one wishes to make the famous lapis philosophorum (Philosopher’s Stone), which contains all five of the required metallic OMMPA (Orbitally-Mirrored Metallic Primordial Atom) ingredients known as the QE (quintessential). These di-atoms are: Cu, Rh, Ag, Ir and Au.



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THE RED DRAGON
(Born of Fire)



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METAMORPHIC ROCK
(Introduction to the Elxir Vitae)



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THE GREEN DRAGON
(Born of Water)



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Venus of Laussel_Alchemical symbolism ca. 22,000 BCE






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