EARTH IS THE AIM 7 , Mu and the other worlds ; Chapter 3 : Climatic variations

EARTH IS THE AIM 7 , Mu and the other worlds

Chapter 3 : Climatic variations



The passing time sets dates on events

The passing time gradually erases the dates of the events

As time passes the dates become approximate

And in addition to this approximate dating , as time passes, it gives changes in counting systems …


To say that the end of the world took place 460 millennia ago, a millennium is not very important

But for those who live in 460 263 or 461 263, it is not the same thing

One survived, the other not


However, if we want to reconstruct our history,

We have to set dates and also to accept the approximation


Precession of equinoxes

To define the datings, the best possible basis is the precession of equinoxes

Yes, but which one?


The precession of astronomical equinoxes, the true one, is based on the actual positions of the constellations and thus incorporates in its 360 ° , each of them with its true size

Each era therefore has different durations:

From 6 ° to 37 °

That makes : 25 776 years / 360 ° = 71.6 years for 1 °

Either from 429.6 years to 2649.2 years for each constellation


The precession of sidereal equinoxes, build 12 equal signs of 30 ° each

Thus from 2,148 years each, starting from the point of the 5 ° of the precession orbit, at the beginning of the sign of the Pisces


The precession of tropical equinoxes, build 12 equal signs of 30 ° each

Thus, from 2 148 years each, but starting from the point 0 of the precession orbit


As you can see, the most practical is the precession of tropical equinoxes, and by applying the average of 25,776 years it is never far from the truth


All this is very well summarized and comprehensible on the graph of Nick Anthony Fiorenza extracted from his extraordinary site on astrology and who kindly allowed me to show it to you



Precession of the Tropical Zodiak & the Astrological Ages by Nick Anthony Fiorenza


Effect of tides

It is the position of the stars that determines the force of the tide

But as you know , on the tide calendars, the effect of this astronomical position takes about 3 days to be materialized

Since all tides must operate in the same way, the same calculation formula can be applied to approximate the top tidal effect date:

3 / 28th, for 3 of the 28 lunar days of a tide


Approximate dates

2012 End of Mayan calendar

2027 Next Sigi of the Dogons

2043 80th Chinese sexagesimal cycle

2148 End of the 4th Hopi world


All these dates represent the passage from the age of Pisces to Aquarius one with just 136 years of approximation

To which must be added the 7 ° difference between the calculation systems of the beginning of the precession, ie 71.6 years X 7 ° = 501.2 years

To this must be added the 3 days of maximum tidal effect, ie three 28th of 25,776 years = 2,762 years

Therefore : 136 + 501 + 2 762 = 3,399 years


The end of the world, that is to say the 4th world hopi, will then take place between 2012 and 5411

3400 years of approximation is a very precise representation at the level of the life of the Earth

It is true that for us, directly concerned, it is not the same

But in this case , it’s a cyclical and natural phenomena, we cannot do anything


Tidal calendar of the precessions of equinoxes

Each passage of precession of the equinoxes represents a tide of 25 776 years

It is the moment when all the stars are aligned and the moment when the tidal influence is strongest on water, ground and magma


105 252          H+      Beginning 6th Hopi            period

79 476          B-

53 700          H-

27 924          B+

2 148          H+      Beginning 5th Hopi            period – End 12th Mayan period

-23 628         B-

-49 404         H-

-75 180         B+       Beginning Würm I -78000

-100 956         H+      Beginning 4th Hopi            period

-126 732         B-

-152 508         H-

-178 284         B+

-204 060         H+      Beginning 3rd Hopi            period – Homo Sapiens -200000

-229 836         B-

-255 612         H-

-281 388         B+

-307 164         H+      Beginning 2nd Hopi period – Homo Neandertal -300000

-332 940         B-

-358 716         H-

-384 492         B+

-410 268         H+      Beginning 1st Hopi period

-436 044         B-

-461 820         H-

-487 596         B+

-513 372         H+      Homo Erectus -500000

-539 148         B-

-564 924         H-

-590 700         B+


H+                  Top of Big high tide

B-                    Top of Big low tide

H-                   Top of Small high tide

B+                   Top of Small low tide     Pic de petite marée basse


As you can see, all 4 precessions, or every 103 104 years, this phenomenon is at its maximum

We can therefore speak of a cycle of 103 104 years, which we call:

A world


Climatic variations

Milanković showed that the changes in precession, Earth orbit, and the orientation of the Earth’s axis affected the climate on a period of about 100,000 years


It means about 90,000 years of glaciation and 10,000 years of deglaciation

His graph is there to prove it



Milanković variations

Photo Wikipedia CC: David Legrand


Glaciations and deglaciations

Glaciations and deglaciations are natural cyclic phenomena

It begins with a slight global warming that melts the surfaceof the ice

Warmer water digs a channel into the ice until it reaches the frozen ground or the cold sea

This constant arrival of warmer water warms the bottom and creates an increasingly wide river between the ice and the ground that will reach the open water

This will create a hot base under the cold pack ice which will begin to slide like as on a treadmill , on this hot carpet , up to open water

The movement will accelerate more and more until reaching its end point which may be the complete disappearance of the pack ice


Once the movement begins, NOTHING can stop it


But no fear, even if all the ice of the Earth be melted, the sea level would rise only of about 300 meters

But look at a map of the world and see what this first 300 meters of elevation of ground subtract and then you will realize the magnitude of the catastrophe


Influence of man on glaciations and deglaciations

It is a megalomaniac madness to believe that man can do something on it

Even with all its technical means, man cannot reach the power of nature

In no case he is able to start the phenomenon


He is just able to accelerating it

A deglaciation lasts about 10,000 years:

6,000 years for starting

4,000 years for deglaciation

The harmful attitude of man towards nature can accelerate the movement and thus deglaciation will last only about 1,000 years


But what are 3,000 years of respite compared to the colossal profits of multinationals companies ?

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EARTH IS THE AIM 7 , Mu and the other worlds , Chapter 2 : Precession of equinoxes

EARTH IS THE AIM 7 , Mu and the other worlds

Chapter 2 : Precession of equinoxes


Earth Time Cycles

We have seen in the previous chapter the current cycles of time relating to the lifetime of a modern man

We must add to these cycles of the current time those directly related to the life of the Earth

They cycle over much longer periods and they are nevertheless directly involved in the life of our planet


The most important, which concern us directly, is the precession of equinoxes, but there is also obliquity, nutation and eccentricity


Precession of equinoxes

The precession of equinoxes corresponds to the change of direction of the axis of rotation of the Earth because our planet does not turn on itself like a balloon but like a top

The axis of the Earth thus draws a cone



NASA Photo – Precession

Photo Wikipedia Public domain: Saperaud


This change of direction is brought about by the forces of the tides of the Moon and the Sun which push the excess mass of the Earth from at the equator down to the Earth’s orbit

This path changes the orientation of the pole axis of the Earth with respect to the stars

Today the celestial North Pole is indicated to us by A Ursae Minoris, the Polar Star, but in 12 000 years it will be Vega


The vernal point, or equinoctial point, indicating the direction of the Sun at the Spring equinox, thus precedes every year its position on the Earth’s orbit around the Sun


The precession of equinoxes thus corresponds to the path of the vernal point towards the West in the opposite direction of the rotation of the Earth around the Sun

The current variation value is 50,291″ per year, or about 1° every 71.6 years which makes 71.6 years x 360 degrees = 25,776 years


Terrestrial obliquity

The obliquity of the Earth or inclination of the Earth corresponds to the angle between its axis of rotation and an axis perpendicular to its orbit



NASA Photo – Obliquity

Photo Wikipedia Public domain: Saperaud


The precession rate is not constant:

It varies according to the period of obliquity which lasts about 41 000 years

The variation of the precession rate oscillates during these 41 000 years, between

22° 2′ 33″and 24° 30′ 16″


The value in 2015 was 23° 26′ 14″, which corresponds practically to the average speed of precession during the period of 41 000 years

This value determines the average duration of the precession at 25,776 years and the transition at each vernal point of 2,148 years



The precession of the Earth’s axis of rotation draws a circular orbit

The Moon and the Sun attracting the Earth cause a sinusoidal oscillation of the Earth’s axis of rotation

It is the nutation whose cycle is 18,6 years



Nutation by Robert A. Rohde for the Global Warming Art project

Photo Wikipedia CC: Stündle, Urutseg, Ragimiri, Herbye


Eccentricity of the Earth’s orbit

Earth orbit describes an ellipse around the sun

The eccentricity is the measure of the difference between this ellipse and a circle

The shape of the earth orbit varies between a quasi-circular shape and an elliptical shape



Photo NASA – Eccentricity

Photo Wikipedia Public domain: David Legrand, GifTagger


Eccentricity has a cycle of 413,000 years

Other components of this variation have a cycle of 95,000 to 125,000 years

This eccentricity is due to the gravitational attractions between the earth and the other planets of the solar system, as well as the sun, according to the laws of Newton


In 2015, a study by researchers in Toulouse and Bremen shows a new orbital factor acting on the eccentricity of the Earth’s orbit with a cycle of 9 million years, probably caused by interaction with the planet Mars


Milanković Cycles

Milanković’s cycles or parameters refer to astronomical parameters that affect climate change

These parameters are eccentricity, obliquity and precession

These natural climatic changes result in glacial and interglacial periods


Joseph-Alphonse Adhémar, James Croll and Milutin Milanković are the main scientists who have suggested that these three parameters intervene in natural climatic variations, especially on Earth

This hypothesis was confirmed by experimental datas in 1976, with the publication of Hays, John Imbrie and Shackleton


The Milanković Parameter Theory applies to all planets


History of the Precession of the Equinoxes

Everything proves that the precession of the equinoxes has been known since the oldiest times

The ancient peoples had astronomical knowledge to understand and measure it

Indeed, whatever the latitude, longitude or declination, the sunrise of the equinox is always at 90 ° 2, and you have just to look at the shadow of a vertical post to see and measure the phenomenon


The displacement of the equinoxes takes place within the astrological cycle of the constellations

Thus the religions, whose leaders knew the phenomenon, have always concerned deities corresponding to the astral cycle of precession:

Lion, the sphinx

Taurus, the golden calf

Aries, the paschal lamb

Pisces, a symbol of Christians


Some archaeologists believe that the decorated caves of the Paleolithic would draw representations of the sky and indicate elements that would imply knowledge of the precession of the equinoxes


Sumerian tablets from about 7000 years ago had described it precisely

Egyptian hieroglyphics attest of their knowledge of the phenomenon

The discovery of precession by the Babylonian astronomer Kidinnu dates from the 4th century BC.

Hipparchus discovered precession at about -130

In the 13th century, Nasr Eddin Tusi had calculated a value of 51″ per year for the precession of the equinoxes, with an accuracy of only 1.4%



Astrology born from the precession of the equinoxes

Astrology is the science that studies the position of planets in the solar system and constellations to establish its forecasts


The basis of the calculations is based on:

The day, the rotation of the Earth on itself

The month, the cycle of the Sun and the Moon

The year, the rotation of the Earth around the Sun

The precession of equinoxes


The analysis of these positions, according to astrologers, allows them to deduce the characteristics of a person and predict events

One person on four asked , thinks that the position of the stars and planets has an influence on our life or destiny


History of Astrology

The origin of astrology dates from the origin of men


Beryls astronomer Babylonian from about -330, located it 490,000 years earlier

Pliny and Cicero in the 1st century BC says 480,000 years earlier

Diodorus of Sicily at the same time, specified 473,000 years earlier


The Sumerians distributed the constellations into 12 zodiacal signs, but some studies suggest that the names of these constellations would have been given about 26,000 years before


The first ziggurats, towers and astronomical observatories , date from the 4th millennium BC.

They noted the Sun’s spots, the lunar phases, the movements of the stars and predict the eclipses

The checks of their calculations prove that they proved just with an accuracy of a few minutes

The eclipses served to make predictions


The 70 tablets of Sargon of Akkad, known as Namman-Bel, summarize the astrological science of his time


In the ruins of Nineveh, more than 25,000 tablets have been found, representing the oldest library in the world, and 4,000 of them describe the predictions made for the King Assurbanipal, at the 7th century BC.


Ptolemy in the 2nd century AD, wrote the Tetrabiblos, synthesis of astrology, and the Almagest, synthesis of astronomy

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EARTH IS THE AIM 7 , Mu and the other worlds , Chapter 1 : The time


Mu and the other worlds


Chapter 1 : The time


Earth is the aim

In the 6 previous volumes , I tell you the story of the Edenist and Atlantean gods came from space to colonize the Earth and their interaction with the men they found here, survivors of the Ice Age Würm


During these 6 volumes we discovered this history which goes from – 20 000 to – 2 000 approximately

After this date, we enter in the known history and I leave then for historians


But the history of man dates from long before:

Approximately in – 513 372


We must then find the adventure of men on Earth from – 513 372 to – 20 000 about

It is the subject of this 7th volume and also the explanation of the title:

Earth is the aim


We have seen that this title wears well to the gods of the space arrived on Earth from – 20,000 to – 3,500, but for the adventure men dated from around – 513,000, we have to discover what happened and how this title also applies to this period before – 20,000


It’s a long story …

But we have lot of time …


Abstract time

What is time ?


Time is the past, the present and the future

Time is infinite

Infinity is a reality:

There is always something before and always something after


But here is a problem :

The universe in which we live would be between 11 and 14 billion years old

It would have started with the bigbang

But if it has a beginning, it means that it is not infinite …

And there can be a finite for the beginning and an infinite for the future

The two senses can only be be infinite


The universe is expanding since the bigbang

If dark matter and dark energy particles which fill nearly 96% of the universe have a non-zero mass, which is now practically proven, then one day the expansion will cease

When its mass becomes too high, the universe will collapse on itself by its own weight

At this moment it will begin its regression and contract up to the point of being just a point

Then the contraction will then implode to make a new bigbang and a new universe

It is called sausage universes , as the graphic looks like a saussage


Then the future of the universe and therefore the time that measures it becomes infinite because a circle of sausage universes makes them eternal

And the past of the universe becomes infinite in its turn

That we had to prove …



A drawing worth always more than a long speech, here is it’s representation

My math teacher told me that it was always better to make a rough hand drawing before to do an exact one

If an approximate drawing works, then it looks quite certain that it works well

And since I am not a good drawer, I stopped theree


In our modern world, we represent the past behind us and the future before us

Sumerians and Mayans represent the past before us and the future behind us

They explain it by saying that we see the past but we ignore our future


In any case, this does not prevent the time from perpetual continuing

All this is abstract time


The concrete time

Concrete time is the duration

In fact, there are 2 kinds of concrete time:

The measurement of the time between two given moments and the measurement of the time passing


The measure of the time which passes is made by the calendar

The calendars existed in all ancient civilizations


The measure of time has always been effective in the oldest known civilizations, with a precision often not equaled in our recent history, after year 1 of our era

The ancient day went from evening up to twilight

The nocturnal part and the diurnal part joined together were called nycthemera

The division of the day in 24 hours comes from the Sumerians, founded on the circle divided in 360 °

It gave the divisions of the hour in 60 minutes and 60 seconds

The Egyptians who shared this knowledge with the Sumerians, transmitted them to the Greeks


Modern time

Today, time is based on the second, established by an atomic clock

The cesium is currently the most accurate and stable



View through the Orsay’Museum clock in Paris :

Louvre museum and fire of warehouses in Aubervilliers

Photo Douglas Moonstone


The first cesium clock dates from 1955

Since then, it has been steadily improving to reach an accuracy of a one-second time lag every 3 million years

Cesium fountains with cold atoms of today are ten times more efficient

The use of ytterbium is being studied all over the world and will allow to be 100 times more precise, ie one second accuracy every 3 billion years


When atomic oscillators will be miniaturized, they will then be inserted into a watch or a GPS receiver


Cycles of time

As we have seen, concrete time starts with the atomic second


60 seconds make one minute

60 minutes make one hour

24 hours make one day

365 days make one year

This is however corrected by the addition of one day every 4 years


This period of one year is arranged for our comfort in months

Also for the ease of life of every day we created the seasons, of 3 months each:

Spring, Summer, Automn and Winter

It should be noted, however, that these seasons are reversed in the Southern hemisphere

When it’s Summer in the Northern hemisphere, it’s Winter in the Southern hemisphere


Mathematical time and real time

To measure time, the atomic time allows us an almost absolute precision

Just give the right start and finish tops and the clock does the rest

This is mathematical


But this only works for concrete time

For the calendar and all the calendar cycles, there are variables not necessarily known in advance


One day is the time for the earth to turn on itself

One year is the time for the earth to turn around the sun

The real time is the mathematical time normally used to do it


But so many things can disrupt these cycles:

Movements of planets, stars, comets, and so on

Internal disturbance of the earth, the sun, and so on


Just as an example, since 1972, it has been necessary to add 37 seconds to the IAT, the International Atomic Time, to compensate the braking of the earth by the effect of the tides




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Tables of contents



To give you an idea of what is in my books , I publish here the tables of contents



EARTH IS THE AIM 1 , Eden and China’s gods


This is the story of the Edenist gods who came from space and

of their colonization of the Earth …

The Bible and the legends of China describe these invasions with all technical details


Just read them and forget what we have been taught:

Progress is linear, before it was not so developed

So men of antiquity were savages

Besides, they lived in the Stone Age, not knowing

neither the wheel, nor agriculture, nor technology


And yet they have left us fantastic legends, gigantic constructions, art, metallurgy, agriculture and so many other things


1 nb eng




Gods of Eden and China


Page     10             First part : Présentation

Page     10             Chapter   1 : Présentation

Page     11             Chapter   2 : History

Page     13             Chapter   3 : Theory

Page     14             Chapter   4 : Mother goddess


Page     15           Second part : Earth is the aim

Page     15           Chapter     1 : Why ?

Page     18           Chapter     2 : UFO’s

Page     23           Chapter     3 : Short angle flight

Page     24           Chapter     4 : Piri reis’s map

Page     28           Chapter     5 : Oriontus Finaeus’s map

Page     29           Chapter     6 : The travellers


Page     32           Third part : Edenists

Page     32           Chapter     1 : Terraforming

Page     35           Chapter     2 : Lunar camp

Page     39           Chapter     3 : Dating

Page     43           Chapter     4 : First to fifth day

Page     48           Chapter     5 : Sixth day

Page     53           Chapter      6 : Lilith

Page     58           Chapter     7 : Seventh day

Page     61           Chapter     8 : Eva and the snake

Page     66           Chapter     9 : Lilith and the snake

Page     67           Chapter   10 : The flood

Page     74          Chapter   11 : Adam to Noah


Page     78           Fourth part : Asians

Page     78           Chapter     1 : Asians

Page     79           Chapter     2 : Chronology of Chinese History

Page     84           Chapter     3 : Before : The travel

Page     88           Chapter     4 : The 3 Augusts : Fu Xi

Page     99           Chapter     5 : The 3 Augusts : Nü Wa 1 – Men manufacturing

Page     103           Chapter     6 : The 3 Augusts : Nü Wa 2 – The flood

Page     108           Chapter     7 : The 3 Augusts : Nü Wa 3 –Earth inclination

Page     111           Chapter     8 : The 3 Augusts : Shennong

Page     116           Chapter     9 : The 5 emperors : Huangdi

Page     129           Chapter   10 : The 5 emperors : Zhuanxu

Page     131         Chapter   11 : The 5 emperors : Ku

Page     139           Chapter   12 : The 5 emperors : Yao

Page     146           Chapter   13 : The 5 emperors : Yao / 2 :

The go

Page     153           Chapter   14 : The 5 emperors : Yao / 3 :

The Chinese calendars

Page     157           Chapter   15 : The 5 emperors : Yao / 4 : Yi

Page     166           Chapter   16 : The 5 emperors : Yao / 5 : Chang E

Page     179           Chapter   17 : The 5 emperors : Yao / 6 : Gun

Page     188           Chapter   18 : The 5 emperors : Shun , The last Emperor

Page     190           Chapter   19 : The 5 emperors : Shun/2 : Yu

Page     201           Chapter   20 : The 5 emperors : Shun/3 : Yu’s trips

Page     220           Chapter   21 : The Xia dynasty : Yu the great

Page     224           Chapter   22 : Ancient China

Page     227           Chapter   23 : Qin

Page     234           Chapter   24 : Burnings

Page     240           Fifth part : Olympus

Page     240           Chapter     1 : Xi Wang Mu

Page     248           Chapter    2 : Héra

Page     257           Chapter     3 : Puzzle en 4 D

Page     260           Chapter     4 : Minoans

Page     271           Chapter     5 : Lilith

Page     277           Chapter     6 : Olympus

Page     279           Chapter     7 : Legends of Olympus


Page     285           Acknowledgments

Page     286           Contents




DESTINATION TERRE 2 , Atlantean gods

In Volume 1, the Edenists arrived on Earth

This volume 2, will see the arrival of the Atlanteans

This will not happen without clashes …



Table des matières


Destination terre 2 :

Les dieux atlantes


Page       7           Chapitre   1 : Les atlantes

Page       9           Chapitre   2 : Le svastika

Page     14           Chapitre   3 : Les menhirs atlantes

Page     19           Chapitre   4 : L’île de Pâques

Page     26           Chapitre   5 : Pop Wuh

Page     30           Chapitre   6 : Les mayas

Page     34           Chapitre   7 : Les menhirs du pacifique

Page     38           Chapitre   8 : Les asura

Page     48           Chapitre   9 : Sanchi

Page     53           Chapitre 10 : Les deva

Page     58           Chapitre 11 : Mahabharata

Page     64           Chapitre 12 : Ramayana

Page     72           Chapitre 13 : Les purana

Page    78           Chapitre 14 : Les avatars de Vishnu

Page     87           Chapitre 15 : Le royaume de Joséon

Page     98           Chapitre 16 : Les jômons

Page   105           Chapitre 17 : Le Kojiki , première partie

Page   119           Chapitre 18 : Le Kojiki , seconde partie

Page   131           Chapitre 19 : Le Japon du Kojiki

Page   138           Chapitre 20 : Sumer

Page   146           Chapitre 21 : Légendes sumériennes

Page   159           Chapitre 22 : Nékhen et Pé

Page   164            Chapitre 23 : Les dieux d’Egypte

Page   175           Chapitre 24 : Les dynasties atlantes

Page   182           Chapitre 25 : Les vanes et les ases

Page   187           Chapitre 26 : Mythologie scandinave

Page   193           Chapitre 27 : Les dieux scandinaves

Page   203           Chapitre 28 : Légendes scandinaves

Page   218           Chapitre 29 : Les Kelts

Page   228           Chapitre 30 : Atlantide

Page   240           Chapitre 31 :

Les fuites du grand transporteur

Page   248           Chapitre 32 : Atlantide … touché … coulé !

Page   264           Chapitre 33 : Les mayas de l’est

Page   271           Chapitre 34 :

La guerre des étoiles , version édeniste

Page   277           Chapitre 35 :

La guerre des étoiles , version Napoléon III

Page   289           Chapitre 36 :

La guerre des étoiles , version Louis XIV

Page   298           Chapitre 37 :

La guerre des étoiles , version atlante

Page   302           Chapitre 38 : Les traducteurs

Page   310           Chapitre 39 : La dissolution des dieux


Page   314           Remerciements et bibliographie

Page   315           Table des matières



DESTINATION TERRE 3 , Dissolution of the gods


In Volume 1, the Edenists arrived on Earth

In Volume 2, the Atlanteans arrived on Earth

In volume 3, Atlantis been sunked , gods, without maintenance infrastructure, will dissolve themselves into the peoples


But they still want to keep the power …



Table des matières 


Destination terre 3 :

La dissolution des dieux


Page 007       Chapitre   1 : La dissolution des dieux

Page 009       Chapitre   2 : Les hopis

Page 018       Chapitre   3 : 21-12-2012

Page 024       Chapitre   4 : Les légendes hopis

Page 036       Chapitre   5 : Les aborigènes

Page 044       Chapitre   6 : Les légendes aborigènes

Page 055       Chapitre   7 : Arts et musique aborigènes

Page 060       Chapitre   8 : Les dieux aborigènes

Page 065       Chapitre   9 : Les dogons

Page 074       Chapitre 10 : Culte et rites des dogons

Page 080       Chapitre 11 : Mythologie et légendes dogons

Page 090       Chapitre 12 : Cosmologie dogon

Page 099       Chapitre 13 : La Nubie

Page 109       Chapitre 14 : Les nubiens

Page 116       Chapitre 15 : Les mégalithes de Sénégambie

Page 125       Chapitre 16 : Le 5ème AMM

Page 134       Chapitre 17 : L’Amérique

Page 138       Chapitre 18 : Les olmèques

Page 146       Chapitre 19 : Les mayas

Page 151       Chapitre 20 : Les dieux américains

Page 155       Chapitre 21 : Les mégalithes américains

Page 160       Chapitre 22 : Le triangle des Bermudes

Page 171       Chapitre 23 : Preuves et commentaires

Page 176       Chapitre 24 : Mycènes

Page 187       Chapitre 25 : La route de l’or

Page 202       Chapitre 26 : La route du cuivre

Page 215       Chapitre 27 : L’or des hébreux

Page 230       Chapitre 28 : Les cananéens

Page 240       Chapitre 29 : Sodome et Gomorrhe

Page 248       Chapitre 30 : La conquête de Canaan

Page 262       Chapitre 31 : Les phéniciens

Page 270       Chapitre 32 : Mythologie cananéenne et dieux


Page 280       Chapitre 33 : Baal

Page 288       Chapitre 34 : Manu , le patriarche mnouch

Page 300       Chapitre 35 : Les roma

Page 309       Chapitre 36 : La démocratie

Page 311       Chapitre 37 : Pressions extra-terrestres


Page 317       Remerciements et bibliographie

Page 318       Table des matières






In Volume 1, the Edenists arrived on earth

In Volume 2, the Atlanteans arrived on earth

In Volume 3, without Atlantis the gods have been dissolved into the peoples


In this volume 4, we will relate the sagas of a the civilization of the Tokharians, who dominated, almost 5000 years ago, almost half of the planet

With the Mayans, their allies, who dominated almost the rest, they dominated more than 2/3 of the Earth

And nobody knows them …


Neither the Tokharians nor the Mayans …

We can say Mayans controlled the air and Tokharians controlled the seas



Table des matières :


Destination terre


Tome 4 : les tokhariens


Page 005       Chapitre   1 : Les tokhariens

Page 007       Chapitre   2 : Les tokhariens du Tibet

Page 010       Chapitre   3 : Les tokhariens du Xinjiang

Page 017       Chapitre   4 : Le désert de Gobi

Page 024       Chapitre   5 : La radioactivité du Gobi

Page 032       Chapitre   6 : Les tokhariens de Mongolie

Page 038       Chapitre   7 : Les tokhariens de Mandchourie

Page 040       Chapitre   8 : Les tokhariens de la péninsule indochinoise

Page 043       Chapitre   9 : Les tokhariens du Myanmar

Page 054       Chapitre 10 : Les tokhariens de Thaïlande

Page 061       Chapitre 11 : Les tokhariens du Laos

Page 070       Chapitre 12 : Les tokhariens du Cambodge

Page 083       Chapitre 13 : La légende d’Angkor Vat

Page 090       Chapitre 14 : Les tokhariens du Vietnam

Page 100       Chapitre 15 : Les tokhariens de Malaisie

Page 106       Chapitre 16 : Java

Page 113       Chapitre 17 : Java , étape des mayas

Page 119       Chapitre 18 : Culture et mythologie indonésienne

Page 126       Chapitre 19 : Les tokhariens d’Indonésie

Page 133       Chapitre 20 : Les tokhariens de l’océan indien

Page 137       Chapitre 21 : Les tokhariens de Madagascar

Page 143       Chapitre 22 : Les bantous

Page 150       Chapitre 23 : Les dravidiens et les vazimbas

Page 158       Chapitre 24 : Les Philippines

Page 163       Chapitre 25 : Les tokhariens des Philippines

Page 170       Chapitre 26 : Les tokhariens de Taïwan

Page 175      Chapitre 27 : Les tokhariens de Hong Kong

Page 182       Chapitre 28 : Les tokhariens de Micronésie

Page 189       Chapitre 29 : Les tokhariens d’Hawaï

Page 194       Chapitre 30 : La Mélanésie

Page 199       Chapitre 31 : Les tokhariens de Mélanésie

Page 205       Chapitre 32 : Les maeroa

Page 213       Chapitre 33 : La Polynésie

Page 217       Chapitre 34 : Les tokhariens de Polynésie

Page 224       Chapitre 35 : Nazca

Page 234       Chapitre 36 : Le réseau tokharien

Page 240       Crédits photos

Page 244       Remerciements

Page 244       Bibliographie

Page 245       Table des matières






The official theory:

The Indo-Europeans are a population arrived from nowhere and arising by spontaneous generation north of the Black Sea towards – 4000

About 1500, they conquered India and wrote the Vedas


This theory will justify British supremacy and colonization

This is what is still being learned today at school to the children in India

Yet it is well known today that the Vedas were written in the vicinity of about – 4300 …

In this volume 5 we will try to trace the true history of those who are called the Indo-European



Table des matières :


Destination terre , Tome 5 : Les indo-européens


Page 007       Chapitre 1 : Les indo-européens

Page 015       Chapitre 2 : Du Ramayana au Mahabharata

Page 021       Chapitre 3 : La vallée du Thar

Page 031       Chapitre 4 : Les sites indo-européens

Page 045       Chapitre 5 : Le désert du Thar

Page 053       Chapitre 6 : L’Ikshvaku

Page 060       Chapitre 7 : Les sites de l’Ikshvaku

Page 070       Chapitre 8 : La fin des indo-européens

Page 077       Chapitre 9 : Les scythes

Page 088       Chapitre 10 : Les scythes de l’Altaï

Page 097       Chapitre 11 : Les européens

Page 100       Chapitre 12 : Les hattis

Page 106       Chapitre 13 : Les amorrites et les araméens

Page 109       Chapitre 14 : Les cités des dieux

Page 112       Chapitre 15 : Cités états et petits royaumes

Page 123       Chapitre 16 : Les cités états phéniciennes

Page 129       Chapitre 17 : Le royaume d’Urartu

Page 141       Chapitre 18 : Les hurrites

Page 151       Chapitre 19 : Cités états et royaumes hurrites

Page 161       Chapitre 20 : Les akkadiens

Page 170       Chapitre 21 : Les assyriens

Page 175       Chapitre 22 : Babylone

Page 181       Chapitre 23 : L’Elam

Page 196       Chapitre 24 : Le Marhashi

Page 206       Chapitre 25 : Légendes du Marhashi

Page 216       Chapitre 26 : Les royaumes d’Arabie , Dilmun

Page 221       Chapitre 27 : Les royaumes d’Arabie , Magan

Page 229       Chapitre 28 : Les royaumes d’Arabie , Saba

Page 239       Chapitre 29 : Sites de l’ancien royaume de Saba

Page 255       Chapitre 30 : La réincarnation

Page 257       Chapitre 31 : Les sémites


Page 261       Remerciements

Page 262       Table des matières



DESTINATION TERRE 6, Exodus and survivors


TheEarth has been adapted to the invasion of the Edenist and Atlantean gods but not without battles or genocides

In this volume, we will try to trace the history of the exoduses that have resulted from and to determine the place that has been left to the indigenous landowners who survived to the glaciations


6 nb 


Table des matières :


Destination terre , Tome 6 :

Exodes et rescapés


1ère partie : Les peuples du Gobi


Page 008       Chapitre 1 : Les peuples de la vallée du Gobi

Page 012       Chapitre 2 : Les yukaguirs

Page 020       Chapitre 3 : Les nenetses

Page 027       Chapitre 4 : Les khanthys et les mansis

Page 036       Chapitre 5 : Les komis

Page 052       Chapitre 6 : Les finnois

Page 064      Chapitre 7 : Les baltes

Page 085       Chapitre 8 : Les magyars

Page 093       Chapitre 9 : Les thraces

Page 097       Chapitre 10 : Les guerres d’antan


2ème partie : Les peuples de la mer


Page 102       Chapitre 1 : Indo-européens

Page 106       Chapitre 2 : Les doriens

Page 110       Chapitre 3 : Les illyriens

Page 115       Chapitre 4 : Les vénètes

Page 133       Chapitre 5 : Les étrusques

Page 142       Chapitre 6 : Les ombriens

Page 149       Chapitre 7 : Les sardes

Page 155       Chapitre 8 : Les italiques du sud

Page 161       Chapitre 9 : La grande ligurie

Page 170       Chapitre 10 : Les ibères

Page 186       Chapitre 11 : Tartessos

Page 193       Chapitre 12 : Le 10ème travail d’Heraclès

Page 200       Chapitre 13 : Les basques

Page 216      Chapitre 14 : Les Açores

Page 223       Chapitre 15 : Les iles du Cap Vert

Page 232       Chapitre 16 : Madere , les Selvagens et

les Canaries

Page 245       Chapitre 17 : Les guanches

Page 259       Chapitre 18 : Les peuples de la mer


3ème partie : Les terriens


Page 262       Chapitre 1 : Les hommes et les dieux

Page 266       Chapitre 2 : Les régions arctiques

Page 273       Chapitre 3 : L’Amérique

Page 282       Chapitre 4 : L’Afrique

Page 294       Chapitre 5 : De l’Indonésie aux


Page 302       Chapitre 6 : La nature


Page 304       Remerciements

Page 305       Table des matières



Actually published :



EARTH IS THE AIM 1 , Eden and China’s gods


Translated in English language by the author of :


Actually only published in French


To be published soon ( Already published in french ) 2 Atlanteans gods

3 Dissolving of gods

4 Tokharians

5 Indo-Europeans

6 Exodus and survivors


but you can read it in English on my blog :




Still on writing :

7 Mu and others worlds ( end 2017 )



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DESTINATION TERRE 6 , Exodes et rescapés, is now published

DESTINATION TERRE 6 , Exodes et rescapés, is now published


DESTINATION TERRE 6 , Exodes et rescapés

Earth has now been adapted to the invasion of the Edenist and Atlantean gods

Not without battles or genocides

In this volume, we will try to trace the history of the exoduses that have resulted from and to determine the place that has been left to the indigenous landowners who survived to the glaciations


As the book , in french , is now published , it is now no more possible to read it free on my blog

Once published, it has to be erased and it can stay on the blog , only a summary:


But you can still read FREE , each time a new chapter will be written and translated , the last volume of the serie in french :

DESTINATION TERRE 7 , Mu et les autres monde , on :


You can also still read free the english translation of the volume 2 :

And of the volumes 3 to 6 on :



As Actually published :

Earth is the aim 1 , Eden and China’s gods

Earth is the place were Fantasy and legends become truth



Translated in English language by the author of :




It’s the unknown history , before known history …

It is the story of the colonization of the earth by Edenists and Atlantes

Also coherent explanations to lot of mysteries of the earth appears …

Bible , Chinese legends , Kojiki , Mahabharatta, Ramayana , Pop Wuh , Mythology , Legends , are the main sources of our history …

Easter Island , Pyramids , Atlantis, and many other mysteries , appear us on a new sight

Some theories found in this book exist already , but for the first time , they are used in a suite and a coherent story

See it by yourself …



Actually only published in French


To be published soon ( Already published in french ) but you can read it in English on my blog :

2 Atlanteans gods

3 Dissolving of gods

4 Tokharians

5 Indo-Europeans

6 Exodus and survivors


Still on writing :

7 Mu and others worlds ( end 2017 )


More details on :


All the books of Douglas Moonstone and Frederic le voyageur :



Available in E-book , paper book and color printing on : / Douglas Moonstone or Frederic le voyageur


Prices on or or :


Douglas Moonstone

E-books 3 € or 3.50 $ or 2.50 £ ( Free KDP enrolled )

Paper books 9.50 € or 12.00 $ or 8.00 £

Color printed books 36.00 € or 59.00 $ or 29 .00 £

Frederic le voyageur

Color printed books 10.00 € or 15.00 $ or 9 .00 £


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EARTH IS THE AIM 6 : Exoduses and survivors ; Part 3 : Earth People ; Chapter 6 : Nature

EARTH IS THE AIM 6 : Exoduses and survivors

Part 3 : Earth People

Chapter 6 : Nature


Earth and nature

Throughout these first 6 volumes of DESTINATION TERRE we watched how live men and gods during the last 20,000 years, on Earth It is interesting to see what happens Gods, from whom we are born, have left us a devastated land, now almost dead and which will be tomorrow unbearable

Men who came up to us from before the Würm glaciations and who live already today , if they had the chance that we left them live alone , could still live for millennia on the land they have preserved

Unfortunately today’s men still want more $ and for that they are ready for anything, including the destruction of the planet


And when it will be no longer unbearable , they will build a spaceship to live elsewhere

Yes, but :

Only the rich could take place on board to save themselves

Yes, you read correctly :

The richest, the ones to whom we owe the destruction of the planet!

And only with the small staff needed, no more …

And yes : They will go to another planet, still virgin of nature, and they will destroy it in turn, as we cannot believe that they have understood what they have done

Money and power is all that they understand

And as long as the god $ will reign, man will be a contagious disease for nature

Meanwhile, on Earth, the conditions will be so degraded that the majority of men, animals and flora will disappear

But a few, very few, probably 1 per 1,000,000, or about 10,000 people only, will survive
During this time, nature will regain its rights

And 10,000 years later, it will be again paradise on Earth for those 100,000 inhabitants who are survivors and respectful of nature and their land

Until new gods come from space to join them to infect again nature, who really does not need that

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EARTH IS THE AIM 6 : Exoduses and survivors Part 3 : Earth People Chapter 5 : From Indonesia up to the Philippines

EARTH IS THE AIM 6 : Exoduses and survivors

Part 3 : Earth People

Chapter 5 : From Indonesia up to the Philippines


Where are the men ?

In the first 6 volumes of DESTINATION TERRE we found the presence of the gods almost everywhere on Earth

For America and Africa, we have determined in the two preceding chapters the places allocated to the gods and the one let to men

For Asia, Europe, Australia and Oceania, they are entirely under the control of the gods and the human beings there can not ignore their existence


There are, however, a few areas where men have been able to live without meeting the gods

These are some islands or inland jungles of islands in the archipelagos of Indonesia, the Philippines, New Guinea and Malaysia


To say it clearly, a whole lost world from Indonesia up to the Philippines


However, it must be taken into account that in less than a century the intrusions of “civilized” and “missionaries” have profoundly affected these so-called “primitive” populations


Their existence apart from the Atlantean and Edenist gods, and thus their original animist mythology, dates then from a century or two ago


Papua and New Guinea

Indonesia and Papua share the island of New Guinea

It was discovered in 1512 by Antonio d’Abreu, a Portuguese navigator

The first sailors nicknamed it the island of the evil people or the island of the devil

It is still partially unexplored today


Thick forests, swampy plains and a mountain range along the entire length of the island reaching 5,000 meters

That’s for the scenery

A high distrust for foreigners

That’s for the atmosphere


Despite this geographical unity, the people who live there are of very different origins and all have their own languages with more than 700 different dialects

Polynesians, Melanesians, Malaysians, Micronesians and Negritos, commonly used as Filipino natives, are the main origins of these indigenous peoples



The islands of Indonesia, with more than 14,000 islands, have been an ideal refuge for these indigenous peoples and have allowed them to live totally isolated from “civilization”

The main indigenous populations were asmat, korowai, wana, kubu mentawai, maneo, orang rimba, and so on …

Like the Papuans, indigenous peoples of Indonesia breed pigs and chickens

They use pigs and poultry as money

When a man asks for a wife for marriage he must provide the bride’s father with a certain amount of pigs and poultry


They share their food: each person has the same number of pieces as the others

Each person has the same importance, shaman, old or young

In the past they practice cannibalism



In Malaysia the main indigenous populations were the semang, senoi, sarawak, rawa, orang asli, etc.

Their ancient features were as in the rest of the region:

Animism, headhunters and cannibalism



In the Philippines, which has more than 7000 islands, the main indigenous populations were the aeta, Mamanwa, ati, tagbanua, negrito, casiguran, agta, etc …


They were hunter-gatherers-farmers who traded with the coastal farmers

They practiced a summary agriculture mainly on fired earth

The more they live in the mountains, the more they feel safe and get less contact with other ethnic groups

They are animists and in the past very probably cannibals



Before the hunt, men invoke the spirits of the forest and the spirits of the dead parents to help them to find their prey

The shaman, prepares the poison with leaves, barks of toxic roots and chili and coats arrows with poison

This poison can kill a wild boar in less than 5 minutes

When they killed an animal, they thank his soul


Some tribes celebrate four major spirits

Mangindusa or Nagabacaban, the spirit of the sky, sits in the sky with his feet on the ground

Polo, spirit of the sea, benevolent spirit, is invoked in case of illness

Sedumunadoc, spirit of the earth is invoked to have a good harvest

Tabiacoud, was the underground spirit


Each year they made a big party at the seaside in thanks for the harvest obtained and to ask for a good harvest for the year to come

During this party they also celebrated marriages

The shaman, hung on trees by their legs, chickens and cocks brought for the ceremony

He had to kill them with a single blow of a stick

Those who survived were free and would never be consumed because Polo took them under his protection

Dead poultry were cooked and eaten


In the night the shaman entered in the sea pushing a raft of bamboo filled with offerings

If the raft returned to the shore pushed by the waves and the winds, it meant that the spirit of the sea refused the offering

But if the raft disappeared, it was because their offering was accepted and their year would be happy


Whang-od Oggay


Tinglayan Area

Whang-od tattooing Scott Sorensen player of Canberra Raiders

Photo Wikipedia CC: Mawg64


Whang-od Oggay, born in 1918, is a Buscalan tattoo artist in the Philippines

She was tattooed in adolescence

It took a whole day to tattoo only one of his arms

His family had to pay a large amount of rice for it


When his tattoo was finished, his father killed a pig


Whang-od had tattoo a lot of of headhunters and women of the Butbut tribe in Buscalan Kalinga for more than 80 years

His tattoo ink is made up of a mixture of coal and water

She taps the skin with a spine of calamansi or pomelo

She draws figures found into nature and geometric shapes

This ancient tattoo technique which dates back for more than a thousand years is called batok and is relatively painful compared to other more recent techniques


At the age of 25, she lost her boyfriend during the Japanese occupation and as a result was never married

According to tradition, his tattoo techniques can only be inherited by lineage

Whang-od believes that if someone outside of her blood performs tattoos, they will be infected

That is why she trains Grace Palicas, her grand-niece and Ilyang Wigan, another member of her family, to continue the tradition


She is considered as the last mambabatok, traditional tattoo artist of Kalinga, from the tribe of Butbut to Buscalan Kalinga and the oldest tattoo artist in the Philippines


Ritual Tattoos

Tattoos are part of animist rituals

For them all, man, animal or object is animated and possesses a soul


This soul would be able to leave its material home

To prevent his departure, which would lead to diseases and death, they decorate the skin with tattoos


The tattoo serves to preserve the soul

By its graphics indicates the clan and the family

It also serves as a protection against spirits


Social life

The social life of indigenous peoples is governed by rigorously followed rules

Their economic life is based on their most precious possessions: women, pigs, shells and feathers


In their village, there is no leader, it is the shaman who directs and guides the community

Important decisions are made in long meetings until everyone agrees


Their modern life is disintegrated by young people who want to leave the villages for coastal cities

They are especially attracted by girls who are few in their villages and who are ruled by taboos


The easy food and lightning of what seems to them a paradise take also a big part in this depart to the “modern” world


Intrusions of “civilization”

Oil, gas, fishing, wood, rubber, copper and other minerals, tobacco and palm oil are the main resources of this region of the world

But as in Africa, corruption has offered all these resources to foreign multinationals companies without any profit for the populations


However, the protest is growing

A tribe in Borneo, Malaysia, set fire to a lumberjack camp to protest against loggers and palm oil farmers encroaching on their territories


More and more violent protests are to be expected in response to the savage repression they receive from their governments


It is easier for these governments to obtain their royalties by the transfer of their resources

However, it would be more appropriate to invest sustainably and ecologically so that the whole population receive the benefits offered by its territory

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