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Ancient cultures around the world spoke of a vast cycle of time with alternating dark and golden ages; Plato called it the Great Year. Most of us were taught in school that the dark ages were real but the golden age was just a universal myth. However, new scientific evidence suggest this cycle of high and low ages may have some basis in fact and Caltech is hot on the trail! To better understand the physics behind the concept, we need look no farther than the diurnal and annual motions of the earth. In the first celestial motion, the earth spins on its axis which causes the cycles of night and day, and swinging mankind’s consciousness from “waking” to subconscious states according to the axing and waning light. The earth’s yearly revolution around the Sun has an comparatively larger and profound effect; its swinging electromagnetism creates the seasons, while trillions of plants and animals change form, spawn, hibernate, or migrate in masses. 

The astronomical community has discovered that something massive is tugging on our solar system and the stage is set for discovering the motion that moves us through high ages of enlightenment and into lower ages of darkness - a similar darkness that psychology investigates with amnesia patients suffering anxiety from not knowing of their past - a past that we too, have forgotten. Has the whole of mankind unknowlingly suffered a similar dissonance? And If so, perhaps it explains many of our modern problems. Cruttenden explains the cosmic cycle in detail and suggests how a better understanding of the wisdom of ancient cultures is the absolute recipe to a higher civilization.

©2005 Walter Cruttenden (P)2018 Walter Cruttenden

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Compelling Case to Rethink History, Must Read!

Mr. Cruttenden’s writing style is gripping; he presents a story that is as fascinating as it is logical. Weaving subjects of science, mythology and religion, he reveals how ancient cultures possessed knowledge that still baffles the sharpest minds of today.

Lost Star of Myth and Time presents a compelling case – that the rise and fall of civilizations (as well as of human consciousness) follow a cycle of time that can be linked with the precession of the equinox. The hypotheses presented in Cruttenden’s work are not just persuasive, but plausible.

This is not a book to casually listen to from beginning to end; by taking time to visualize the concepts presented, such as the “binary star theory”, or how several of the world's monolithic structure have deeper significance than commonly known, I received more than my money's worth in enlightenment.

I would highly recommend Lost Star to anyone who wants to explore the mysteries that enshroud history, or to anyone who has a desire to shed light on the potentials of humanity in the centuries to come.

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Profoundly important, and an enjoyable listen !

Walter Cruttenden's Lost Star of Myth and Time explores the profoundly important subject of the precession of the equinoxes, which is encoded in ancient myth from Egypt to Scandinavia to China, and which is encoded into the dimensions and relative locations of ancient megalithic monuments and pyramids. Not satisfied with simply accepting the conventional theory for the cause of precession on the authority of "the consensus," Walter dares to question whether or not there could be another explanation for the evidence that we have found thus far. A groundbreaking book and one that everyone interested in the question of humanity's ancient history (and earth's ancient history) should own and absorb. Hearing the words of the book read aloud brings a new perspective and impresses the details of this fascinating subject in an entirely different and memorable way -- highly recommended!

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Stellar Story of History

Modern science and ancient wisdom converge to paint a picture of how our solar system motion influences the rise and fall of civilization. It’s about time and space and lost cultures. It offers a compelling argument for anomalous artifacts, planet nine and the arc of history, and sheds a natural light on the future evolution of mankind.