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The cosmic or World Mountain as axis mundi is mentioned in world mythology just as frequently as the World Tree. As a rule, these two images peacefully coexist, not excluding, but rather being superimposed on each other. The World Tree stretching to the heaven is often placed on top of a giant mountain in the middle of the universe. Both concepts serve as embodiments of the sacred axis in the world structure.
There are many diverse theories regarding the ways and trajectories along which celestial bodies move in the boundless space. Probably, this is better visible to astronomers and various degree-bearing scholars who scrutinize the stellar sky via telescopes from the tiny planet Earth, by means of launched satellites and through the prism of their consciousness. Hence, we will not argue, but only share some of our hypothetical considerations that emerged recently as to the presence of the Earth’s steady rotation axis and a remote point that the axis objectively rests against. In order not to oversaturate the article with quotes containing scientific terminology that excessively loads consciousness we have decided to use more visual elements.
A very interesting point repeatedly found in books by Anastasia Novykh is the mythological image of Divine Twins. Twins are mentioned in the books in connection with myths of the universe creation, and also as bearers of the power of the Grail.
For a start, in order to understand this symbolic image and before we refer to relevant quotes from A. Novykh’s books and attempt to draw conclusions on this concept, let us briefly go over twin mythology and see how the said image was presented in various religions…