This myth is definitely describing the galactic core explosion that will happen and also it talks about the rapture or the harvest. This story does a beautiful job at describing what it will be like to ascend into a higher dimension. As I have already described, the higher dimension has no time, so therefore their description of time and untime shows that concept. After we have ascended, we will no longer experience time anymore.
The story of Orion and the Rattlesnake being at war does a great job at paralleling the fight between Christ and Satan, as well as it shows that Christ will go to war with the galactic superwave. Basically though, Jesus Christ will shield us from the coming storm while also transporting us into a higher dimension.
Of course, this story beautifully describes the Feathered Serpent (Brass Serpent) or Quetzalcoatl returning in 2012, which is in agreement with the Mayan prophecies. The eyes will glow and feathered wings will form around the Rattlesnake, and that is exactly what we would expect to happen with the superwave coming through the Pleiades. It would definitely energize the whole star constellation and so we would probably see gases streaming outwards as well as some of the stars would get brighter.
In my “CERN and 2012” book, I pointed out that Quetzalcoatl appears to be the name of Jesus in the Mayan language. The gematrian number for the name Quetzalcoatl is 153, which represents the net of the harvest.
17+21+5+20+26+1+12+3+15+1+20+12 = 153
It also says that the bowl will hold blood, and that bowl is probably the “V” of Taurus horns of the altar. Perhaps gases will glow in a reddish hue inside of the horns. At the same time, this story symbolically tells the story of Jesus Christ blood or wine being poured into the grail cup.
When I was looking for symbols to represent the Cherokee people, I found that the main symbol seemed to be a water spider. This intrigued me quite a bit, because the spider is always used to represent weaving, since they are master weavers at building nets of webs.
The spider symbol can be seen from the pattern that is made from the electromagnetic shield around our Earth, and so this symbol should be important to everyone of the Earth.
We call this the Van Allen belt today, but we could have just as easily called it the Great Spider, because it sure does look like one from the perspective of space. Many of the Earth’s cultures have myths that look one way to a primitive culture and another way to an advanced culture or people of a technological age.
The spider has 8 legs and the Earth also has a big 8 around it from certain perspectives.
The Spider represents God’s creation, because God weaves the Creation with light and sound. The number 8 is the number of God, and the number 888 belongs to Jesus Christ, so the 8 around the Earth and the spider formation symbolically represents God. The Solar wind pushes against the electromagnetic field and shapes it into the spider, so basically the sun/son makes that image. The spider weaves a net, and so does the 144,000, however their net catches fish or souls to return them back to the Garden of Eden. Therefore the spider symbol of the Cherokee and around the Earth is a symbol for the 153 net of the harvest.