ARTEFACTO DESCUBIERTO EN GRECIA PARA MEDIR LOS TRÁNSITOS PLANETARIOS, MUY COMPLEJO Y EXTRAORDINARIO EN SU PRECISIÓN.
UNA MÁQUINA QUE DATA DE HACE 21 SIGLOS.
EN GRECIA SE DESARROLLA LA CIENCIA DE LA ASTROLOGÍA PARA DECIFRAR LOS PROCESOS PSICOLÓGICOS DE LAS PERSONAS, EN NUESTRO TIEMPO ÉSTA CIENCIA FUE DESTRUIDA POR LAS TEORÍAS DE CARL JUNG Y SATANIZADA POR LA IGLESIA CATÓLICA QUE NO LE CONVENÍA QUE LA GENTE DESARROLLARA SU SALUD MENTAL.
EN LA ACTUALIDAD HAY PSIQUIATRAS Y PSICÓLOGOS QUE SE APOYAN EN LA ASTROLOGÍA. Y LOS ASTRÓLOGOS MODERNOS PUGNAN POR LA RECUPERACIÓN DE ÉSTA CIENCIA EN LAS UNIVERSIDADES.
NO ES LO MISMO ASTROFÍSICA-ASTRONOMÍA QUE ASTROLOGÍA, Y TAMPOCO LA ASTROLOGÍA ES UNA PSEUDO CIENCIA, LAS 2 SE COMPLEMENTAN.
CUALQUIERA QUE ATAQUE A ESTAS 2 CIENCIAS SE EQUIVOCA, LAS 2 SON VÁLIDAS Y FORMAN PARTE DEL ACERVO CULTURAL DE LA HUMANIDAD, LES GUSTE O NO LES GUSTE. MAYAS, AZTECAS, GRIEGOS, ÁRABES E HINDUES SON LOS EXPERTOS EN LOS CONOCIMIENTOS ANCESTRALES ASTROLÓGICOS ASTRONÓMICOS.
SI LAS CIVILIZACIONES ANTIGUAS LAS ESTUDIABAN, NOSOTROS TAMBIÉN TENEMOS EL DEBER DE PROTEGER SU EXISTENCIA. ES UN CONOCIMIENTO VALIOSO Y DIGNO DE PRESERVAR.
NO PODEMOS PERMITIR QUE GRINGOS O EUROPEOS HAGAN PEDAZOS A ÉSTAS CIENCIAS SÓLO PARA MANIPULAR MASAS. NO SOMOS ESCLAVOS, NO TENEMOS MIEDO Y SOMOS DUEÑOS DE NUESTROS DONES.
QUÉ? APOCO NO TE GUSTARÍA SABER QUÉ TAN LOCOS Y ACOMPLEJADOS ESTÁN LOS QUE TE GOBIERNAN? NO TE DEJES MANIPULAR. NO A LA COLONIZACIÓN.
More than 21 centuries ago, a mechanism of fabulous ingenuity was created in Greece, a device capable of indicating exactly how the sky would look for decades to come -- the position of the moon and sun, lunar phases and even eclipses. But this incredible invention would be drowned in the sea and its secret forgotten for two thousand years.
This video is a tribute from Swiss clock-maker Hublot and film-maker Philippe Nicolet to this device, known as the Antikythera Mechanism, or the world's "first computer". The fragments of the Mechanism were discovered in 1901 by sponge divers near the island of Antikythera. It is kept since then at the National Archaeological Museum in Athens, Greece.
For more than a century, researchers were trying to understand its functions. Since 2005, a pluridisciplinary research team, the "Antikythera Mechanism Research Project", is studying the Mechanism with the latest high tech available.
The results of this ongoing research has enabled the construction of many models. Amongst them, the unique mechanism of a watch, designed by Hublot as a tribute to the Mechanism, is incorporating the known functions of this mysterious and fascinating ancient Mechanism.
A model of the Antikythera Mechanism, built by the Aristotle University in Greece, together with the mechanism of the watch and this film in 3D are featuring in an exhibition about the Mechanism that is taking place in Paris, at the Musée des Arts et Métiers.
The antikythera mechanism is currently housed in the Greek National Archaeological Museum in Athens and is thought to be one of the most complicated antiques in existence. At the beginning of the 20th century, divers off the island of Antikythera came across this clocklike mechanism, which is thought to be at least 2,000 years old, in the wreckage of a cargo ship. The device was very thin and made of bronze. It was mounted in a wooden frame and had more than 2,000 characters inscribed all over it. Though nearly 95 percent of these have been deciphered by experts, there as not been a publication of the full text of the inscription.
Today it is believed that this instrument was a kind of mechanical analog computer used to calculate the movements of stars and planets in astronomy. It has been estimated that the antikythera mechanism was built around 87 B.C and was lost in 76 B.C. No one has any idea about why or how it came to be on that ill-fated cargo ship. The ship was Roman though the antikythera mechanism was developed in Greece. One theory suggests that the reason it came to be on the Roman ship could be because the instrument was among the spoils of war garnered by then Roman emperor Julius Caesar. Made by University Italy Napoli