In comparing the geophysical data on dramatic climate variations around the times of the cycles of Apollo, Thor and Osiris, a correlation between the times of Light and Dark as given in Oahspe are found.
The dawn of the cycle of Apollo is marked by a warmer period in earth’s climate:
Abstract from: Warming at 18,000 yr B.P. in the Tropical Andes
By Karin F. Helmens July 1995.
||Palynological, paleopedological, and glacial geomorphological evidence from the area of the high plain of Bogotá in the Colombian Eastern Cordillera indicates a significant climatic warming around 18,00014C yr [Radiocarbon years] B.P. Comparison of dated vegetation changes, pedogenic episodes, and glacier fluctuations provides the basis for defining the so-called “La Laguna Interstadial” that lasted from 19,500 to 17,000 yr B.P. During this interstadial period, mean annual temperatures in the tropical Andes were up to 4°C higher than during the preceding and following stadial periods, when full-glacial conditions prevailed and temperatures were up to 8°C colder than at present. ||
From the above extract it is clear that round 17000 years bp begins a short cooling period which is soon followed by a warming, these variations both coincide with the timelines of Apollo and Thor in Oahspe. The cooling period comes near the end of Apollo’s cycle and the warming comes at the beginning of the cycle of Thor. This is consistent with the cycles of Light and Dark of an average 3000 year cycle as given in Oahspe. The dawn, being the Hi-dan (most light) of the cycle and receding to a dark period of a thousand years, more or less before the end of the cycle.
Oahspe details the conditions of the space in which earth travels as having effects on the Light and Dark, Heat and Cold manifested on the earth and atmospherea. The dust and ash from a comet can produce dramatic changes in the amount of light that reaches the earth and it's lower atmospherea.
Extract from: Evidence for a Global Warming at the Termination I Boundary
and Its Possible Cosmic Dust Cause
By Paul A. LaViolette
||....evidence of an elevated cosmic ray flux and of a major interstellar dust incursion around 15,800 years B.P. suggest that a cosmic ray wind driven incursion of interstellar dust and gas may have played a key role through its activation of the Sun and alteration of light transmission through the interplanetary medium....
Climate profiles from the British Isles and southern Chile both record a minor warming event, prior to the Bölling [Cooling Period], spanning the period 15,750 to 14,850 cal yrs B.P.||
An unique aspect at the beginning of Thor’s cycle is that the usual period of 400-600 years light following dawn of a typical cycle, begins with a 100 year period of “vocent”, which is an external condition outside of the earth's atmospherea that would impinge upon and dramatically affect the atmosphere of the earth. It required the removal of dark spirits away from the earth’s atmosphere, or else they would have been precipitated to the earth by the "vocent" shower. The geophysical record of the earth around this time shows large amounts of cosmic dust precipitated to the earth's surface at the same time that cosmic rays are intesified, corroborating the revelation in Oahspe:
Bk of Thor, 4.
||1. In the fourth year of dawn under Thor, Son of Jehovih [15560 years bp], he received
from the Holy Council in Duru, of Don’ga, in etherea, a dispensation from the Orian Chiefs,
decreeing to the earth one hundred years’ travail in vocent.
2. Thor called up Waak, God of Rhines, and said to him: Jehovih has put a sore travail
upon these heavens. Go to Hey’loo and command him to provide an avalanza [starship] sufficient
to deliver twenty thousand million atmosphereans to the a’ji’an forests of Gonaya [approx
2.7 million km from earth].
3. For the inhabitants of these heavens are too dark to endure the vocent of a hundred years,
and would be precipitated to the earth and engage in fetalism.||
Geological timelines found in icecores and other geological evidence indicate that the beginning of Thor’s cycle (15550 years bp) is marked by a sudden warming period which lasts around 1000 to 1500 years.
Extract from: A 25,000-Year Tropical Climate History from Bolivian Ice Cores,
By L. G. Thompson et al., (Dec. 4, 1998).
||Ice cores taken at the summit of Sajama mountain contained insects and bark that allowed carbon dating the deepest sample (130 m) at 24,000 to 25,000 BP. Oxygen isotopic ratios decreased between the early Holocene and the Last Glacial Maximum in agreement with other reported measurements. The abruptness (both in its beginning and ending) of a warming event between 15.5 and 14 ka BP suggest that the warming was caused by atmospheric processes. Sajama ice contains less than one-eighth the dust of polar cores despite the proximity of volcanoes, indicating greater precipitation in the tropics than at the poles; the low levels of dust during the Younger-Dryas period are similar to those in the Antarctic but unlike those in the Arctic, indicating that the elevated dust levels may have been a Northern Hemisphere phenomenon.||
The cycle of Thor ended with 600 years of darkness before the dawn of the cycle of Osiris whose cycle continued for 3300 years:
Bk of Thor, 6.
||12. Now the earth passes into deep darkness, for I fructify the races of men in new
growth, corporeally, for things that shall come after. As they absorb from the a’ji of My places,
in this age, so also do their souls become full of superstition and darkness.||
13. Thus the earth went into great darkness during the last six hundred years of the cycle of
Thor, and there was no harvest from her for the etherean heavens. But the spirits deserted
atmospherea in millions and millions, and went down to the earth, to dwell with mortals and to
find places on the corporeal earth where to live.||
This is followed by geological evidence indicating that a sudden global cool period known as the “Younger Dryas Event” occurred around 12900 years bp and lasting till around 11,500 years bp. The onset of this dramatic cooling period coincides with Oahspe’s timeline, being 600 years before the end of Thor’s cycle:
In the above extract references again appear that indicate the causes of climactic change are other than geophysical, such as the precipitation of comet dust affecting the physical environment and climate.
The Younger Dryas Event although having global effects, varied in intensity and length in different locations:
Extract from: Asynchronous climate change between New Zealand and the North Atlantic during the last deglaciation
By Chris S.M. Turney, et al. March, 2003.
||Climatic fluctuations recorded in Antarctica and Greenland during the last deglaciation (18–10 ka) differ markedly in their timing. It remains controversial whether local climate fluctuations recorded in southern mid-latitudes relate primarily to northern or southern polar records. We present multiproxy results from New Zealand that show strong evidence for a minor cooling or slowdown in the rate of warming at the time of the North Atlantic late glacial interstadial. The Younger Dryas chronozone in New Zealand was a period of resumed warming and increased westerly airflow. Differences between the hemispheres at this time were probably due to a reorganization of the thermohaline circulation system and associated changes in the meridional temperature gradient.||
The termination of cultures such as the Clovis of North America also concurs with Oahspe regarding the effect of this dark period on human culture in the last 600 years of Thor’s cycle:
Lord’s Fourth Bk, 4.
||22. Then darkness came upon the races of men; millions of them returned to a state of savagery.
And angels of darkness came upon the earth, verily taking upon themselves the semblance of
corporeal forms and dwelling with mortals and engaging in practices whereof it is unlawful to
write or speak.
23. So that, at the termination of three thousand years, the lands of the earth were
covered with darkness.
24. And Jehovih cast a veil over the face of the sun, and it shone not in brightness for
The advent of agriculture that followed the onset of the Younger Dryas Cool Period, is in accord with the Dawn of the cycle of Osiris around 12360 years bp when corporeal knowledge from Osiris enabled man to build settlements, develop agriculture and domesticate animals, particularly amongst the Pars’ie’ans and Jaffethans (Asia):
The length of the Younger Dryas Cool Period, being some 1500 years, includes the dawn of Osiris’ cycle. This also concurs with the roadway in which the earth was travelling, since it was in ji’ayan regions at the time of dawn (more dense than etherea and less dense than a’ji) and would continue for another 3000 years, causing a reduction in light to the earth so that the culture of corporeal knowledge would become firmly established in the human race.
Bk of Osiris, 1.
||4. Osire heard Jehovih’s voice, and summoned swift messenger, well trained in the rise and fall of worlds, and bade them go to the red star, the earth in masterly speed...
5. The swift messengers, with an arrowship, such as Gods, for speed and light work use to accomplish Jehvoih’s will, shot forth through the ji’ay’an fields of darkness, midway between the Serpent’s coil [between the orbits of the planets] and were soon deep hidden in the whirling atmosphere of the warring earth.
6. Jehovih said: to further man’s ultimate glory, I have decreed the earth to ji’ay’an fields for three thousand years, in which thy fruit shall have its full growth.
7. Osire foresaw the times and places in the future road of earth and heaven, and that from his decrees would spring corporeal philosophy, the first of the earth, whereto man should look back in after ages, saying; Thence sprang the Osirian system; thence the Asyrian races.....||
The change to warmer climate nurtured and assisted in firmly establishing the already flourishing agri-centres, and, by the dawn of Fragapatti’s cycle around 9050 years bp, a central Osirian civilization had arisen with the capital/sun city of Oas in Eastern Par’si’ie:
But according to Oahspe, the development of agriculture through the teaching of the Osirian/Corporeal knowledge, including the knowledge of the seasons, which supported the development of agriculture occurred in all divisions of the earth simultaneously. Inspired through the Lords of the various divisions of the earth, there was no material connections between the continents at the time.
This has been confirmed recently through newly discovered archaelogical evidence that places the beginnings of Agriculture in the Americas (The Andean Mountains of Peru) at 10,000 years b.p.
Extract from: Andean Crops Cultivated Almost 10,000 Years Ago
by Michael Abrams:
|| Archaeologists have long thought that people in the Old World were planting, watering, weeding, and harvesting for a good 5,000 years before anyone in the New World did such things. But fresh evidence, in the form of Peruvian squash seeds, indicates that farming in the New and Old Worlds was nearly concurrent………. Tom Dillehay, an anthropological archaeologist at Vanderbilt University, revealed that the squash seeds he found in the ruins of what may have been ancient storage bins on the lower western slopes of the Andes in northern Peru are almost 10,000 years old. “I don’t want to play the early button game,” he said, “but the temporal gap between the Old and New World, in terms of a first pulse toward civilization, is beginning to close.”||
Preceramic Adoption of Peanut, Squash, and Cotton in Northern Peru
Tom D. Dillehay,1* Jack Rossen,2 Thomas C. Andres,3 David E. Williams4
||The early development of agriculture in the New World has been assumed to involve early farming in settlements in the Andes, but the record has been sparse. Peanut (Arachis sp.), squash (Cucurbita moschata), and cotton (Gossypium barbadense) macrofossils were excavated from archaeological sites on the western slopes of the northern Peruvian Andes. Direct radiocarbon dating indicated that these plants grew between 9240 and 5500 14C years before the present. These and other plants were recovered from multiple locations in a tropical dry forest valley, including household clusters, permanent architectural structures, garden plots, irrigation canals, hoes, and storage structures. These data provide evidence for early use of peanut and squash in the human diet and of cotton for industrial purposes and indicate that horticultural economies in parts of the Andes took root by about 10,000 years ago.||