Originally temples dating back to Babylon were designed with pillars evenly spaced all around outside. Some have the roof open to the sky. As long ago as 3000 B.C. Babylon had a well developed culture. These temples were intended as observatories. The priest would sit at a designed spot in the centre of the building and observe and record.the movement of the stars and the planets as they passed between the open space of the pillars.

These records would have been kept and observed for hundreds of years. A record of the movement could be accurately measured. These records would become part of the sacred knowledge. Thus a record of a movement could be accurately measured.

These records would be part of the sacred knowledge and only those of the secret mystery schools would have access and would be able to interpret their meanings.

Thus would have been the beginning of the astrology and astronomy
The original teachings and what stars oi observe would have come from the ET .

Much of the knowledge originally given would have meant observing planetary bodies that were invisible to the naked eye. They used advanced instruments such as telescopes named far seeing devices used in Qumran.

Much of this information was essential to ET because it related to their planet or constellation.

They wanted to keep track of the movement so they would know the best time to journey there or communicate.

Some of the information would have been important for the earthlings to plot the passing of time and the seasons and some was important for ET’s themselves.

This pattern continued with the building of stone circles and monoliths such as Stonehenge.

They were markers of the passing of the seasons and position of the certain important star and planets. Their courses were plotted in relation to the lintel to the stone.

During early times ET lived among the developing people and gave them information and gifts to help in their step if evolution.

from the book : The Search for Hidden Sacred Knowledge by Dolores Cannon

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