Astronomical Earthgrid Spacetime Mapping by Nick Anthony Fiorenza

Astronomical Earthgrid Spacetime Mapping
An Introduction

Nick Anthony Fiorenza

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Theoretical Hypothesis

Planets are living rotating spherical systems, spherical transmitter/receivers, which communicate via longitudinal (scalar) waves. Longitudinal waves can be thought of as standing columnar vortices that bi-directionally communicate both energy and information (quantity and quality of consciousness). Longitudinal waves are transcendent to space and time and thus do not take time to travel nor do they decay over distance. They can be considered transcendent to 3-d realmspace.

The quantum spherical scalar field of a planet, which can also be called its "near field," embodies the ever changing energy and information of an entire planetary system. The same can be said for people, which individually and collectively contribute to the planetary scalar field. A person's auric field is a photonic expression of their scalar (or near) field. Projecting one's point of attention (intent) beyond one's near field is how telepathy and other related paranormal capacities function.

The energy and information propagated via longitudinal waves between one planet and another translates into 3-d spacetime through geometry. Geometry can be consider the circuity through which longitudinal information is perceived and experienced in 3-d (material) form. It is the means by which the scalar field expresses and articulates.

This is also the basis not only for inter-planetary communication, but also for telepathy, remote viewing, zero point energy, anti-gravity, extraterrestrial and intra-dimensional travel, subtle energy healing, and is the mechanism through which cosmic related art-sciences, such as sacred architecture and astrology function. In essence, all of these things are related and occur in the unified quantum field of consciousness.

Planets rotating and moving in their orbits in the solar system, and the cycles they create with each other, create an ever-changing geometry of planetary scalar fields linked together through longitudinal waves (planetary wave coupling). They also couple directly with the Sun, which in turn, redistributes governing energetics to the bodies in the solar system, creating one unified neurological communications system, our solar system's scalar field, or Solar Logos.

This larger geometric subtle-energy neurological network effects ever-changing resonances within each planetary system, which in turn manifest uniquely at any given location at any given moment in time (a spacetime moment). Every location on Earth nests within it own unique spherical geometry, which is created by the ever-changing orientation of several astrophysical planes common to that location. When there are significant geometries created by the orientation of the planets in the solar system within a location's spherical geometry, strong geophysical resonances can manifest (both in intensity and quality), such as those producing seismic activity. Mapping the potential for resonances at any given spacetime moment is the essence of Astronomical Earthgird Spacetime Mapping.

Introduction

I began evolving what I call "Astronomical Earthgrid Spacetime Mapping" in the mid-1980s. At the time my focus was mapping when and where portals in consciousness opened on the Earth for heightened awareness and intradimensional and extraterrestrial experience. I was mapping Astronomical Earthgrid portals surrounding specific events and within specific time frames, as well as when and where portals were active at a personal level.

October-November 1989 Graphic Ephemeris

I soon became aware that the location and time of seismic and other geophysical events coincided with my mapping process. The first significant observations occurred as I was mapping astronomical alignments in October and November of 1989. As I began to explore, it became clear that a major critical window in time was opening for the potential of major world events. The window opened on the potent New Moon Grand Square of September 29 and would continue through October and into mid-November involving Mars, Jupiter, Saturn-Neptune, Uranus and Ceres, with a midway (critical) trigger occurring on Oct 17 created by Mercury forming a T-square with the Saturn-Neptune conjunction opposite Jupiter, and a final (harmonious) trigger occurring on Nov 9 through Nov 14 created by the Venus-Saturn-Neptune conjunction opposite Jupiter. At the time, I did not know where suspected events would occur, nor of their nature. As it turned out, the devastating California Loma Prieta earthquake occurred on Oct 17, and the Berlin Wall was opened on November 9.

Seismic Prediction: Although planetary geometries occurring in the solar system and the resultant geometries they create in Earth's orbital plane and on Earth clearly play a significant role in determining when and where an increase in seismic potential is possible, I do not propose this is the sole cause for an increase in seismic potential in general. There is clear evidence presented by other researchers that solar cycles, solar activity, geo-magnetic field changes and ionospheric electrical charge correlate to seismic and volcanic activity, although these other phenomena may be all interrelated and accentuated or even produced by planetary geometric configurations. The mapping technique presented here reveals the mechanism of how this potential is distributed in time and location on Earth, thus augmenting other seismic prediction research focused upon other indicators.

The Mapping Process

Sperical Geometry of Astronomical Earthgrid Spacetime Mapping

The Spherical Geometry of a location is created by several intersecting celestial planes (or great circles) mapped upon the Earth and in the ecliptic plane (Earth's orbital plane).

Basically we are looking at geometric resonances occurring in Earth's orbital plane (the ecliptic) created by planetary placements that either align with, or are in a principal geometric aspect to, specific nodes in Earth's orbital plane that are unique to a specific location at any given time; i.e., a spacetime moment (or event-location).

Among several nodes, there are four primary nodes, also called "angles." They are the ASC, DSC, MC and IC. The ASC-DSC axis in the ecliptic is defined by the intersection of a location's "horizon plane" and the "ecliptic plane." This axis changes with time and the location's latitude. The Horizon plane is the local equatorial plane of any given location on the Earth, which is perpendicular to the location's Zenith-Nadir axis. It can be thought of as a location's plane of physical experience.

The MC-IC axis is defined by the intersection of the location's "meridian" (Earth longitude) and the ecliptic. This axis changes with time and the location's longitude.

These two axes in the ecliptic create a location's "Local Cross" in the ecliptic (shown below). The angular relationship between the MC-IC axis and the ASC-DSC axis also changes with time and location. Thus we can have independent sets of planetary geometries aspecting both the location's horizon plane (ASC-DSC) and the location's meridian (MC-IC). A circular astrology chart (equal house) makes it easy to see these geometries, simply because it depicts where these planetary placements occur in the ecliptic ring. When we realize that harmonic resonances are established in the geometry of spherical astronomy, we come to understand the relation between planetary alignments and geophysical resonances.

Two Crosses to Consider

Local Cross and Earth's Precessional Cross in the Ecliptic

Sample of a Local Cross and Earth's Precessional Cross in the Ecliptic Great Circle.

The MC-IC / ASC-DSC ecliptical axes, which comprises the "Local Cross" of any given spacetime moment, nests within another ecliptical cross created by galactic equatorial axis and the vernal axis. This is "Earth's Precessional Cross. The galactic axis is fixed in the ecliptic and is defined by the intersection of the ecliptic plane and the galactic equatorial plane (GEN-aGEN). The vernal axis is created by the intersection of Earth's equatorial plane (celestial equator) and the ecliptic plane. The vernal axis moves in the ecliptic in relation to the galactic axis due to Earth's ~25,000-year precessional cycle. The vernal axis is square the galactic axis at this time in Earth's precessional cycle. This is discussed in detail on the "Earth's Precessional Cross" section of this web site. Aspects to the Local Cross AND Earth's Precessional Cross are both of significance in Astronomical Earthgrid Spacetime Mapping as are the angular relationships of the two crosses; especially when they align or aspect each other. The Local Cross defines the punctual moment occurring in spacetime, which nests within the Precessional Cross, which is the timepiece that reveals where we reside in a much longer evolutionary cycle.

A Local Cross' alignment with the Precessional Cross creates a significant "activation window." Generally this is when one or both axes of a Local Cross lie within a ±7° orb of the Precessional Cross. I have also found that secondary activation windows occur when a Local Cross is 30° ±7° to the Precessional Cross.

Planetary Considerations
Longer-term resonances and faster moving planetary triggers.

Before mapping any specific location, it helps to take note of any significant planetary alignments (and aspects) that are in process (independent of location), both heliocentirc and geocentric. This is helpful when not already knowing a location, and helps to reveal which planets to keep an eye on that may become angular at a location.

We look for planetary synods and synodic aspects as well. A planetary synod occurs when two or more planets align, looking from the Sun (a heliocentric view). The more synods, synodic oppositions, squares, and key geometries created by heliocentric aspects, especially including Earth, the more likely there will be significant resonances occurring on Earth.

The next thing to look for are slow moving planets that conjoin or are in significant aspect to a location's Local Cross, e.g., Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, Eris, etc. These and their geometries create longer-term resonances, These planets maintain their aspects for longer periods of time due to the slow orbital rates of these planets).

Next we consider aspects created by the faster moving planets (Mercury, Venus and Mars) to the slower moving planets and to the Local Cross. These act as the triggers to the longer-term aspects, or standing resonances.

Solar and Lunar Triggers

Sun and Moon aspects follow. The Lunar aspects are much quicker and they are significant triggers, especially when leading into the 24 hour period of lunar phase shift (in the "crescendo" of a lunar phase transition). This is very significant. Generally, but tempered by the significance of the planetary alignments involved, major events occur in the crescendo of a lunar phase transition. Actually, this is true for planetary aspects as well. The crescendo of any planetary aspect, just as the aspect is building, during which there is a harmonic compression wave, creates a stronger resonance. A relaxation tends to occur after the aspect. The crescendo of planetary and lunar aspects intensifies as the orb gets tighter (3° to 1° to exact).

Generally, the active orb surrounding an "angle" (MC, IC, ASC, DSC) is ±7° (which is called the "immediate foreground" of an angle); however, stronger resonances start to occur at ±3° and even more so at ±1°.

The next thing to look for are aspects created by the Lunar Nodes, which are almost always of significance during major Earthgrid resonances and seismic activity.

Finally, aspects with a mathematical point called the the Arabic Part of Fortune (POF) narrows the time to within minutes if not seconds. The POF is a mathematically derived spacetime harmonic in the ecliptic that relates the lunar phase partile (Sun-Moon angle), which defines where we are in the lunar cycle (time), with the horizon plane of a location (space). The POF will always be the same angular distance from the ASC as the Moon is from the Sun. Also to include are aspects to the Vertex (the western point in the ecliptic defined by the intersection of the location's Prime Vertical with the ecliptic), which is indicative of unexpected or disruptive events.

An additional and significant thing to consider is when the Moon is near or at its "perigee" (when the Moon is closest to Earth). More significantly to consider is when the Lunar Perigee coincides with a Lunar Phase shift (New Moon, Full Moon, eclipse, etc); or a significant angular planetary placement.

Sample map of advanced earthgrid space-time mapping.

Above are the basics. There are other planes, and intersecting nodes created by those planes, in spherical astronomy to consider in more advance mapping, especially when mapping a person's energetic upon the entire Earth (See Sample Geographic Map). In addition to the 30° and 45° aspect families, the quintile family (72°, 144°) is also significant in Earthgrid Mapping. Additional considerations include sustained heliocentric midpoints, planetary perihelion/aphelion and orbital nodes, and wave coupling resonances (resonances created by planetary distances) and additional resonances created by planetary physical and orbital parameters (Wave Coupling Resonance Example).

Related:

Demonstrating Interplanetary Communication
with Gravity Wave Scanning. A cooperative work with William A. Ramsay.

Pentagonal Earthgrid Map