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Zodiac cipher game: © 1997 Paul LaViolette, all rights reserved
At the closing of the last ice age our ancient ancestors endured one of the most lethal global catastrophes
to have occurred in the course of human history. Intelligent minds of those times thought it imperative to construct a message that would endure through time and be understood by the descendants of those who survived. Employing sophisticated cryptographic puzzle techniques similar to those modern astronomers use in designing extraterrestrial communications, they created a time capsule message that described the elusive celestial cause of this tragic disaster, alerting us that it could recur at long intervals and arrive at Earth's doorstep virtually without warning.
This ancient cipher is today displayed in the heavens in the form of the 12 zodiac constellations (Greek / Egyptian / Babylonian versions), its informational content having been passed down orally in the lore of astrology. Also certain esoteric keys were handed down to help unlock its message, the Sphinx being one and the Tarot being the other.
This is not science fiction. The important archaeological discovery of this ancient cipher was first made in the mid to late 1970's at Portland State University by systems scientist and astronomer Dr. Paul A. LaViolette
By passing through the Sphinx Stargate, you will have the opportunity of experiencing the same thrill he did in deciphering the zodiac cryptogram and of solving the age-old riddle of the Sphinx. Some helpful information and hints are provided for this adventure. Also a compendium of essential background information for this task may be found in the books Genesis of the Cosmos
and Earth Under Fire
To learn the ancient symbolic significance of the Sphinx Stargate click here
Warning before entering the gateway to the zodiac riddle
Some have been confused by the fact that Dr. LaViolette has done work in archeoastronomy and ancient mythology, in addition to his work in hard science areas such as physics, astronomy, climatology, and geology.Those wondering whether his work in such sociological fields, which some choose to label as "fringe," should call his scientific integrity into question, we suggest that you read the following clarification