Once upon a 'time', in the Persian Gulf region, there existed an extrusive kingdom named Persia, home to one of the world's oldest civilizations. In modern times, Persia goes by the name Iran. The Persians had a Prophet. His name was Zoroaster who we call Z. Thursday I posted a file called 2012: A Space Odyssey about the film "2001: A Space Odyssey" whose theme song was "Thus Spoke Zarathustra" (Zoroaster). In 2001 Zarathustra spoke and the grid matrix of our reality shifted for closure.
In the era BC - (before computers) :)
Zoroastrianism spread unimposed during the time of the Achaemenids and through contacts with the exiled Jewish people in Babylon freed by Cyrus, Zoroastrian concepts further propagated and influenced the Abrahamic religions. The Golden Age of Athens marked by Aristotle, Plato, and Socrates also came about during the Achaemenid period while their contacts with Persia and the Near East abounded. The peace, tranquility, security and prosperity that were afforded to the people of the Near East and Southeast Europe proved to be a rare historical occurrence, an unparalleled period where commerce prospered and the standard of living for all people of the region improved.
Persian and Median soldiers at Persepolis
The iconic wings and solar disc - Egyptian Gods and Zoroaster
On 1/12/2000 I wrote a blog called Steve and The Cave
whose importance for me would be shown to me in time.
Please check it out ...
Again we find the arm with the watch which takes me to
a file I wrote on 1/1/2012 called memories -- remember.
Creating Bloodlines in a Biogenetic Experiment
Note the light from the flash reflecting on the arm with the watch
now worn on the left hand (Duality)
Kabbalah Sumerian Tree of Life
Ahura Madza - Overseer of Earth - Higher Extraterrestrial Intelligence
It was more than a wrist watch.
It was a device used for encoding grids, teleportation and communication.
The Lion's Tail
This relief seems to depict an Anunnaki God pushing a button - gateway
Can you feel Z's influence here?
Present day Persia ...
Tensions high, US warns Iran not to block shipping AP - January 13, 2012
Tensions rising by the day, the Obama administration said Friday it is warning Iran through public and private channels against any action that threatens the flow of oil from the Persian Gulf. Spokesmen were vague on what the United States would do about Iran's threat to block the strategic Strait of Hormuz, but military officials have been clear that the U.S. is readying for a possible naval clash.