The Phoenix Bird

The Phoenix Bird posters offer a detailed description of concepts discussed in the Iconoclastic Book of Calendars. The pair, titled Phoenix Bird AstroSymmetry and Phoenix Bird Ellipse Civilization, provide visual representations of the complex mathematical and astronomical concepts that underlie the Iconoclastic Book of Calendars

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The mythical Phoenix Bird was perched on the Benu Stone in Heliopolis, indicative of an original solar calendar in ancient Lower Egypt. The Benu Stone was crafted from an asteroid, thus had a rounded top. When Upper Egypt (lunar calendar) overtook Lower Egypt, the new Ben Stone became what we think of today as the shape of the Ten Commandments, indicating Moses stole it. This theft caused the Pharoah to chase the Israelites into the wilderness and left Egypt with only the double crown Pschent for national iconography. Upper Egypt forced the lunar calendar on Lower Egypt resulting in the mythical Phoenix Bird burning up in ashes and the original Benu Stone being used as a grave stone. Moses took the Ben Stone because theoretically both solar and lunar mathematics were on the obverse side. God then used the reverse side to create the original Ten Commandments that Moses destroyed near the Mount of God in Saudi Arabia. It was the absolute end of any chance for Israel to become a civilization. The modern rise of the Phoenix Bird has two facets, Ellipse Civilization and Astro-Symmetry. The disruption of modern Euclidian Geometry is based on integrating Tropical Seasons into Astronomical Seasons and the eccentricity of the ellipse of Earth used to define a modern chronology/chronometry. This wasn’t a mystery to ancient Egypt as the ellipse is apparent in Ramses machined head (in stone) ubiquitous in Egypt. “A new covenant (calendar), he hath made the first old. Now that which decayeth and waxeth old is ready to vanish away.” (Hebrews 8:13).

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