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BLUE EYES – Are From the Center of the Galaxy

Friday, March 13, 2015 8:32
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Blue Eyes are from the Center of the Galaxy









No, I am not suggesting that blue-eyed visitors from outer space came down and interbred with our brown-eyed ancestors.  There is plenty of evidence that a genetic mutation occurred right here on Earth about 10-12,000 years ago on one person’s OCA2 gene which caused them to have blue eyes.  But as John Hawks of the University of Wisconsin-Madison asked: “The question really is, ‘Why did we go from having nobody on Earth with blue eyes 10,000 years ago to having 20 or 40 percent of Europeans [and smaller but noteworthy percentages elsewhere] having blue eyes now?” In some regions, such as Northern Europe around the Baltic Sea, almost everyone has blue eyes.

I have a simple suggestion that explains why this new eye color allowed the individual who had it to breed like crazy, and why following generations of blue-eyed people were chosen over others: their eyes looked like the giant blue “eye” which was visible in the sky 12,000 years ago and their blue eyes made them seem more godlike.


Every spiral galaxy – including our own Milky Way galaxy – is now understood to be a Seyfert Galaxy.  About one out of seven spiral galaxies has an active galactic center – immensely bright (sometimes brighter than all the other stars in the galaxy combined) actively spewing out immense quantities of visible light, infrared, X-rays, gamma and other forms of radiation, the neutrinos believed to carry the force of gravity, and clouds of dust.  The light blue wavelengths of visible light are by far the brightest ones we can see, and within a galaxy with a central black hole showing its active phase – a bright blue oval would be visible, even in daytime.  Around 1940, it was believed that this one-seventh of spiral galaxies were a special class or type of galaxies with continuously active black holes at their centers.  It is now understood that all spiral galactic centers are dormant most of the time, with an active phase lasting over a thousand years.


All this light and radiation periodically blasts out of galactic centers in an expanding spherical shell every so many thousands of years.  In our neighboring galaxy of Andromeda, we can see several of these ringlike “galactic superwaves” like ripples on a galaxy-sized pond.  In our own galaxy, we are effectively “on the surface of the pond” and it is much harder to tell that there are ripples.  But much evidence shows that such outbursts from the galactic center happen approximately every 12,900 years.  There are two such galactic superwaves hurtling towards us from the center of our own galaxy right now – but because all the light and radiation moves at the speed of light, there is no direct way to see it or detect it in advance.


Indirectly, we can determine the timing of such events from a few different sources.  One is to analyze several supernova and determine when they occurred.  This is helpful because galactic superwaves are incredibly powerful – they can trigger cataclysmic pole shifts on Earth – and they can trigger supernova on stars already near the critical point of going nova.  An analysis of several supernova shows that if we add up:

Their distance in light years from the galactic center

Their distance in light years from Earth

And the years since the supernova was observed on Earth

Then we repeatedly reach the same total time since a superwave left the galactic center.


For a hypothetical example with bogus simple numbers:

If Supernova A is 273 light years from the center of the galaxy, 55 light years from Earth, and we witnessed it going supernova 128 years ago, then adding those dates gives a total of 456 years.

If Supernova B is 311 light years from the center of the galaxy, 84 light years from Earth, and we witnessed it going supernova 61 years ago, then adding those dates gives a total of 456 years.

If Supernova C is 167 light years from the center of the galaxy, 280 light years from Earth, and we witnessed it going supernova 9 years ago, then adding those dates gives a total of 456 years.

If we kept analyzing supernova and kept finding the same total number of years, we would of course conclude that a galactic superwave started 456 years ago.


Of course the numbers I used above are arbitrary and small to make an easy example – the real distances are greater and the time frames are much longer but they do repeatedly point to the same start date for the last galactic superwave which would have hit the Earth over 12,000 years ago.  There is strong evidence that when it did reach our planet, the gravitational torque caused a pole shift which saw the surface layers of our planet’s crust move approximately thirty degrees over the core below.  (Pole shifts have also been noted on Mars and Europa.)  This is what ended the “Ice Age” in some places and led to the Pleistocene Extinction of many animals like giant sloths, sabertooth tigers, and mammoths at that time.  I put “Ice Age” in quotes because there is no such thing – the world does not experience a global ice age.  North America had an “Ice Age” because the North Pole was in Hudson Bay 13,000 years ago.  Northern Greenland and Antarctica have “ice ages” now because they are at the poles.


Humanity did not go extinct like many other species – though Neanderthal Man did go extinct two superwaves back, around 25,800 years ago.  But human population was decimated, any civilizations which may have existed were destroyed, and survivors reduced to a primitive existence may have wondered why their God (or gods) would have allowed such a horrible thing to happen.


In the years that followed the catastrophe, what started off looking like a very bright blue star (the center of the galaxy would have been visible even in daytime) would have appeared to expand in the sky as enough time passed for its blue light to take an indirect path and reflect off interstellar dust some light years away from the direct path between Earth and the galactic center.  Soon (on a cosmic scale – generations for us) what people would see dominating the night sky would be a bright central blue dot surrounded by an oval of less intense blue light.  The night sky would be dominated by what effectively looked like a giant blue eye.  With the fairly recent destruction of the world as people had known it – stories of changing climates, tidal waves and floods, and earthquakes and volcanoes were surely depicted as the wrath of God – whose heavenly blue eye could be seen watching over His creation.


With all the extra radiation from the galactic superwave, genetic mutations would be more common.  One such mutation on the OCA2 gene led one person approximately 10,000 years ago to have blue eyes.  He (or she) may not have been the first such mutation in history – but this time, instead of being shunned as being cursed or possessed or strange – this time that person may have looked like they had eyes like God’s eye in the sky.  I can easily imagine the only man on Earth with blue eyes was surrounded by admirers certain that heaven had sent him for something special.  He probably grew up confident, in a society waiting for him to grow up and become their leader.  He probably took many mates and had many offspring – and whoever had blue eyes while the sky was still dominated by a blue eye probably had an unquestioned “divine mandate” to rule over others as kings.


Dr. Hans Eiberg is one of the geneticists from the Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine at the University of Copenhagen who published results of a study on the origins of blue eyes in the journal Human Genetics on January 3, 2008.  Eiberg claims that before this time, every human being had brown eyes. “A genetic mutation on the OCA2 gene in our chromosomes resulted in the creation of a ‘switch,’ which literally ‘turned off’ the ability to produce brown eyes,” Eiberg said…. The brown melanin pigment is still dominant. However, following the last Ice Age, Europeans developed this rare mutation that differentiated them from the rest of the human race.

Hans Eiberg, Jesper Troelsen, Mette Nielsen, Annemette Mikkelsen, Jonas Mengel-From, Klaus W. Kjaer, Lars Hansen. Blue eye color in humans may be caused by a perfectly associated founder mutation in a regulatory element located within the HERC2 gene inhibiting OCA2 expression. (Human Genetics, 2008; 123 (2): 177 DOI: 10.1007/s00439-007-0460-x)


While the focus of modern articles on blue eyes comments on how this gene spread through Europe – the blue eye in the sky was noticed and revered around the world.







Taking an excerpt from my recent book: “The Hopi described it as the arrival of the Sasquasohuh or Blue Star Kachina.  The Egyptians called it ‘the eye of Horus.’ 







India’s Hindus referred to it as ‘The Seat [or Navel] of Vishnu.’ Islamic prophecies describe the ‘emergence of the Tariq Star which will trigger switching of the Poles of the Earth and major changes in the environment.’  This occurs on ‘The Day when the earth will be changed to a different earth, and so will be the heavens; and (men) will be marshalled forth before Allah.’  In the Bible it was described as ‘the Shekinah Glory,’ and we should not overlook the connection to the appearance of a special ‘star’ at the birth of Jesus Christ. Ezekiel 1:2-27 said ‘over their heads there was something resembling a throne, like lapis lazuli [Hebrew: “eben-sappir – sapphire] in appearance; and on that which resembled a throne, high up, was a figure with the appearance of a man… and there was a radiance around Him.’ Exodus 24:10 also emphasizes the blue color of God’s location: ‘they saw the God of Israel; and under His feet there appeared to be a pavement of sapphire.’”

(Antichrist 2016-2019, p. 127) 

Even today, the color blue is associated with royalty.  The gods of Egypt, Sumeria, Peru, India, and many other lands were believed to have blue eyes.

Buddha is traditionally regarded as having the “Thirty-two Characteristics of a Great Man” – a list of divine/kingly attributes including #29 “Eyes deep blue.”  Indian mythology also says the navel of Vishnu (the galactic center) is like a blue lotus.

The Eye of Horus or Eye of Ra that would complete the unfinished pyramid as depicted on the back of the one dollar bill or on the Great Seal of the United States as “the all-seeing eye.”











So why did this new blue eye color – a sign associated with royalty, even divinity – influence mating advantages and reproductive success enough to dominate the Baltic coasts while failing to do so in Egypt, or India, or Peru?  Perhaps it did dominate royal bloodlines thousands of years ago, but some cultures kept the royal bloodlines so separated from the general population that uprisings against the authority of the ruling priests and nobility may have brought a call to exterminate those with blue eyes in the very regions they dominated.  In Northern Europe, relatively primitive tribes had chiefs with minimal power – no huge empires or bureaucracy with a ruling caste of priests and nobility and royalty – until modern historical times.


Of course, this idea on the reason blue eyes spread so successfully from the original genetic mutation is dependent on the theory of periodic pole shifts caused by galactic superwaves with a bright blue eye in the sky.  I could be wrong.  But I am only adding slightly onto the foundation of knowledge established in books like Dr. Paul LaViolette’s Earth Under Fire or my own End Times and 2019 or Antichrist 2016-2019.  Do consider reading them if you found this interesting.

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Total 13 comments
  • Paul Revere

    What isn’t from the center of the galaxy?

  • Dustdevil

    So tired of hearing ‘blue eyed gods’ and ‘blue eyes keyed to Rh factor’.

    Here, read this ACTUAL SCIENTIFIC ARTICLE and see that it is currently undergoing medical testing for safety to GIVE ANYONE BLUE EYES. It seems that ‘brown or black’ eyes are merely over-colorations to the fact that ALL HUMANS HAVE BLUE EYES beneath whatever eye color they show publicly.

    Now you know – ALL HUMANS HAVE BLUE EYES, it’s just if you have brown eyes, there’s a coloration over the blue that they are now working on to REMOVE FOR YOU (for a pricey fee).

    • Big dog.../small fish...

      Babies are born with blue eyes.

      • Fokofpoes

        Some, but not all.

      • Fokofpoes

        Uhm, sunlight and pigmentation, melanin?

  • G

    I know a full blooded american indian with dark skin who’s eyes were black but had turned blue. Used to see him all the time and a couple a years ago we talked and I even said to him, your eyes are blue now.

  • Pink Slime

    Brown eyes and black hair is the most common among humans. There was a region somewhere in Russia or Southern Russian country where a world adventurer (I think) several decades ago said the most handsomest people live. I never forgot that, but did forget the exact name of the country or region. Duhhhh……..

  • BStallard

    Don’t all humans have blue eyes,
    but the ones who have brown just have pigent over there blue,
    there doing surgeries that take out the brown an return the colour to blue,
    there eve doing in this africa,

    Now that we figured out the blue an brown eyes,
    why are my eyes a mixture of blueish green,
    somedays they are blue
    somedays they are green,
    plus my left eye has pigment of brown in it,
    so technically my eyes are blue green with a small dot of brownish red in my left eye,

  • NM156

    Who cares about eye color?????? Only the ones who are unhappy with themselves

  • jknbt

    the third (perhaps 4th) wave of humans were created circa 14,000 b.c. in the middle east somewhere (Eden?)…read all about it in Gen. chapt. 2-3.

    the only other primates with blue eyes are lemurs. Yep, if you’ve got blue eyes, your body has lemur dna in it….


  • w00dg0blin

    So then…a brown eye is from Uranus?

  • Danishsaxonblood

    I have a blue eye and a green eye does this mean i am from 2 different galaxy’s lol im mixed
    I get around

  • Paul Rowlandson

    The iris is absolutely identical for each of us, in every one of our thousands of incarnations. If you had a very detailed image of someone’s iris, you could be certain of who they are when they reincarnate.

    Jeepers creepers where’d you get those peepers? Well actually I’ve always had them. We are not Gods but we all underestimate the power and complexity of consciousness. There is only consciousness, it’s what everything is made of. Every atom is conscious. As we grow we are nurtured to function is ever greater complexity. Growth means to become and function within ever greater complexity.

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