Cycles of Change

Superwave Express, Schumann Resonance

Large superwaves emanate from the galactic core approximately every 13,000 years and smaller ones more frequently, according to Paul La Violette, author of Earth Under Fire.  A major superwave arrived 13,000 years ago and a smaller one greatly affected climate 5,300 to 5,500 years ago (3300 to 3500 BCE). Soon after this climate change, ancient America's 5,126-year long count began on August 11, 3114 BCE and ended December 21, 2012 during an extraordinary solar maximum.

One of the oldest and largest barrows in England is at West Kennet in the background behind a crop circle formed June 22, 2014 in barley crop. 

Steadily rising cosmic radiations in recent years as the Earth's magnetic field weakens are early waves of a larger superwave.  A radiation storm impacted Earth’s magnetic field July 21, 2016 with the Leo Constellation in the sky. Another soon followed in October.  Another in January 2017 accompanied an extreme electron storm aligned with the Aquarius Constellation on a 180 degree axis with Leo.  These two constellations are especially important because the August 11, 3114 BCE anniversary of ancient America's long count aligns with the Leo Constellation. We entered the Age of Aquarius in the twentieth century.

The Sphinx: Galactic Cipher

Ancient aliens encoded secrets of the galaxy in the zodiac, and the Sphinx is the key to deciphering the code, according to Paul La Violette.  Oriented to face the rising sun in the east, the Sphinx’s body sculpted in the image of Africa’s royal feline, the lion signals Leo’s motif.

A pulsar in the Leo Constellation was one of the first discovered in the 1960s, because of its unusual signal and brilliance.  Keys to the Maya’s long count’s beginning and superwaves with cosmic rays from the galaxy that periodically flood the Earth may be found in the Leo Constellation and its north-south alignment with the Aquarius Constellation.    

The only astronomical alignment in Mexico’s mother culture at Teotihuacan celebrated the meridian of the setting sun on August 11 each year, when the Sun was in Leo.  The Olmec introduced the long count, zero and the dot-bar numbers used in the Maya's long count that ended December 21, 2012.  Identified with the Jaguar, or wizard, in Mexico, Central America and Peru, the Olmec had celebrated the August 11 date when the Sun was in Leo for 1,000 years before Teotihuacan was built.  In Africa where the Sphinx sits 1200 feet from the Great Pyramid, the lion was equivalent to the Jaguar native to Mexico and South America.  These important felines – the lion and the jaguar – point to keys in the Leo Constellation’s brightest star, Regulus, and Age of Leo. 

Bursts from Galactic Core

Sent: Sunday, June 22, 2014 8:00 PM
Subject: [TimeStar] Cosmic burst coming our way

Earthen mounds with lower subterranean levels and roofs above ground are invariably adjunct to megalithic circles throughout Great Britain.  In Southern England, barrows at West Kennet, Pimperne and Wayland’s Smithy, constructed between 5300 and 6000 years before present (BP), are older than the first phase of the modernized Stonehenge megalith circle (Stonehenge I) little more than 5000 BP.  The West Kennet barrow (above right) was used for ritual 1,000 years before burial remains were placed in it.  Strangely, forty-three remains found in the barrow all died within twenty to thirty years of each other, indicating a spree of deaths in a relatively short period, in contrast to numerous generations spanning hundreds of years.  Although barrows are commonly called burial sites, they were often first used for other purposes before burials. The oldest astronomical observatory in Great Britain, using wooden posts and holes at Warren Field in Scotland, is 10,000 years old. This post-flood date is contemporary with Gobekli Tepe's abandonment in Turkey and predates early settlements in the Indus Valley by only five centuries. Construction after the great glacial floods started in northern areas and moved southward over centuries and millennia in Great Britain, Mesopotamia and Indus Valley, suggesting glacial drainage collected in the south where localized flooding continued longer. Wooden posts and holes in the parking lot of the Stonehenge megalith circle are carbon dated to 8000 BP, contemporary with early settlement at Nineveh in Mesopotamia. (Duran, Web of Life and Cosmos pp 19-26)

So… what could the barrows have been used for if they were intended for ritual with a limited number of burials?  As shown in the photo of West Kennet, the underground construction of barrows was ideal for shelter from blasts of cosmic radiations that were abundant when the barrows were constructed.   The last superwave from the galactic core was between 5,300 and 5,500 years ago and lasted several hundred years, according to Paul LaViolette.  This is the period when a number of barrows were built in England.

After crop circles were made near barrows at Hod Hill and Badbury Rings, concentric circles formed directly beside one of the largest and oldest barrows in England at West Kennet on June 22.  The pattern of crop circles near ancient barrows in 2014 along with the Harewell crop picture across from a radio telescope hint that a cosmic burst is coming our way.  Couple the focus on English barrow sites with the radio telescope site next to the Harewell crop circle, and a cosmic radiation blast is a  feasible extrapolation of the unusual pattern of crop circles in England this year.   


Pulsars by Paul La Violette:

Atlas of the sky:

Pulsar in Leo Constellation:

[Pulsar] B0943+10


The pulsar is estimated to be 5 million years old, which is relatively old for a pulsar.[5] It has a rotational period of 1.1 seconds and emits both radio waves and X-rays.[3] Ongoing research at the University of Vermont discovered that the pulsar was found to flip on a roughly a few hours timescale between a radio bright mode with highly organized pulsations and a quieter mode with rather chaotic temporal structure.[6][7]

Moreover the observations of the pulsar performed simultaneously with the European Space Agency's XMM-Newton X-ray observatory and ground-based radio telescopes revealed that it exhibits variations in its X-ray emission that mimic in reverse the changes seen in radio waves—the pulsar has a weaker non-pulsing X-ray luminosity during the radio bright mode and is actually brighter during the radio quite mode emitting distinct X-ray pulses.[7] Such changes can only be explained if the pulsar's magnetosphere (which may extend up to 52,000 km from the surface) quickly switches between two extreme states.[5] The change happens on a few seconds timescale, far faster than most pulsars. Despite being one of the first pulsars discovered the mechanism for its unusual behavior is unknown.[6]

A research group from Peking University in Beijing, China published a paper suggesting that the pulsar may actually be a low-mass quark.[2]

PSR B0943+10


Observation data
Epoch J2000.0      Equinox J2000.0



Right ascension



+09° 51' 54" [1]

Apparent magnitude (V)




0.63 ± 0.10 k[1] pc


Spectral type

neutron star

U−B color index


B−V color index


Variable type




~ 0.02[2] M


~ 2.6km[2] R


1.31×10-5[1] L


3.1x105[1] K




1.1 s


5 × 106 years

Other designations

PSR B0943+10 is a pulsar 3,000 light years from Earth[3] in the direction of the constellation of Leo.[4]

A cosmic burst that illuminated the dark side of the planet in 1998 gives a glimpse of visible light that can be generated with a cosmic burst.

The shift on axis is speeding up:

When the great light passes, we will have a new north star and the Earth will be refreshed.  It will speed up life processes and thoughts will manifest faster.  The new race that is coming into life now will thrive in it.  It washes away outworn forms of the past and brings new life.  Do not fear or run from it.  Fear will manifest faster with the power of the great light.  Rejoice for the cosmic intelligence the great light imbues.  It washes the sins of time from everything. 

Nobody can lasso the great light for an exact date of arrival, but sometime in the next four years (2017 through 2020) is a fair estimate.  We’ve already seen the first heralds.  It is the fourth element in the set that Bernie kindly pointed out in “Unspun” news today:

Three unified pieces from Krsanna Duran - For me, just these three sentences make sense of geologic activity!  (And more)
Earth is a gyro that continually balances surface and magnetic core on its axis.

Energy generated by the gyro pulses through the planetary body for life sustenance.

Radiations from the solar system and galaxy fuel the gyroscopic sphere.