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260, by Graham Hancock]"Sri Yukteswar’s introduction to The Holy Science includes his explanation of the Yuga Cycle – revolutionary because of his premise that the earth is now in the age of Dwapara Yuga, not the Kali Yuga that most Indian pundits believe to be the current age. His theory is based on the idea that the sun “takes some star for its dual and revolves round it in about 24,000 years of our earth – a celestial phenomenon which causes the backward movement of the equinoctial points around the zodiac.” The common explanation for this celestial phenomenon is precession, the ‘wobbling’ rotating movement of the earth axis.
Research into Sri Yukteswar’s explanation is being conducted by the Binary Research Institute.
This area also receives the most light and, consequently, Speleothem 1 is very strikingly covered in blue-green lichen.
Speleothems 2, 3, and 4 are head-like formations on the walls on the main pictograph panels. A small, low chamber, about 1.5m x 1.5m in size, is found at the east end of the main chamber and behind a wall on which Panels 3 and 4 are found.
Cueva La Conga is the first limestone cave containing prehistoric paintings, modified speleothems, and artifacts recorded in Nicaragua.
Its location in the east central part of the Department of Jinotega is also the farthest south of any such cave yet reported in the Mesoamerican periphery.
The main chamber narrows to the south with the cave continuing in a narrow tunnel that runs generally south for about 14 meters, then turns west once again for about 4 meters to a second, smaller entrance. The cave is moderately active with certain areas of active drip and formation building. The degree of drip may increase as the rainy season progresses.In general, the grafitti did not impact the paintings, but are unsightly. In 2002 she received an award for Research and Creative Activity from Eastern Michigan University for her rock art research on chemical binders in ancient rock art paintings."Theoretical date marking the beginning of another Maha Yuga, or Great Age [traditionally a cycle of 4,320,000 years] and the beginning of the world's most recent Satya Yuga [Also: Krta Yuga, Krita Yuga], or Golden Age [traditionally a cycle of 1,728,000 years]." [- E.Unusual speleothems—modified and unmodified—were often venerated as idols.Even today contemporary Maya groups attach great significance to and sometimes worship in caves.