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Vishnu’s Navel Galaxy Center Verified Collapse Of Civilizations

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Hindu Astronomy, which is intricately linked to Indian Philosophy(in Hinduism all these are intricately interwoven) calls the Center of our Universe,Galaxy)  as Vishnu Nabhi, the navel of Lord Vishnu.

Hinduism states that the world, through Brahma, evolved from the Navel of Lord Vishnu.

Brahma , with the blessings of Lord Vishnu created the world by producing Daksha Prajapathi , the first Man.

Then the entire Humanity evolved.

This is creation part elaborated.

Now to Astronomy.

The Sun ascends and descends from the navel of Lord Vishnu,.

Sun takes 12, 000 years for ascension, moving towards the navel, and 12000 years  for descending, moving away from Lord Vishnu’s Navel.

( in Earth Years and the distance from the navel of Lord Vishnu to the center of the earth)

These 24,000 year of Ascending and Descending cycle approximates the 25,765 Precessional Years when the sun moves backwards in the 12 zodiacal constellations.

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2 comments on “Vishnu’s Navel Galaxy Center Verified Collapse Of Civilizations

  1. ramanan50
    December 30, 2013

    Thanks.

    Like

  2. Pingback: Vishnu’s Foot prints in The Sky Garuda | Ramani's blog

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