Astro-Theology and Sidereal Mythology. Chapter One. Chapter Two. Chapter Five.

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Astro-Theology and Sidereal Mythology. Chapter One. Chapter Two. Chapter Five. Chapter Seven. Chapter Eight. Chapter Eighteen. Chapter Twenty-Three. However, we readily admit that the savant Gerald Massey experienced considerably greater hardships during his remarkable life. Considering his years of servitude, we wonder he wrote anything at all.

However, since he did write, and since our intellectual and spiritual life has been dramatically improved due to his efforts, we can only humbly pause to extend to our peer sincere and solemn gratitude.

We can only endeavor to present selected excerpts from his masterworks so that our own readers might be as inspired and illumined as we ourselves have been. And indeed, what could one say of the man? What dare one say? How should such a Servant of Truth be presented before the world he worked so assiduously to improve?

All would be proper and respectful honors for a man who, as an illiterate child-laborer, slaved in the silk factories of Victorian Hertfordshire. The few vinegar and coffee stains upon his books are not lamented. We regard them as an art critic regards the cracks upon a Rembrandt canvas. They remind me of the days when Hermes himself paid a visit and when secret realms were opened.

They remind me how much modern men owe the few erudite geniuses of the past. They remind me to never permit their graves to lie forgotten and unattended. For its own very life the entrenched ecclesiastical system had to let his books relapse into desuetude. Yet, as affairs stand in the world today, the only chance for the survival of sane religion may be contingent upon their renaissance.

The future of Christianity and of mankind does indeed depend upon the revelations of men such as Gerald Massey and, for that matter, of Kuhn and the other master scholars whose discoveries we present in this book. It is self-evident to us that in the place where the words and acts of the Servants of Truth live, sorcery cannot thrive. In the house of Faberge the forger's career is short. In the house of Rodin the faker is soon jobless. In the house of Aristotle the mythmonger is soon starved.

A mentor had written the savant's name down on a scrap of paper that was carried back from San Francisco to Belfast, Ireland. No one we spoke with had heard the name and snobbish librarians proved distracted and dismissive. In any case, that little scrap of paper with a faded name was not discarded. We knew it contained a name that must on no account be forgotten. Mothers have not embraced their infants as tightly or as fondly.

As our readers will see for themselves, the protracted wait proved worthwhile. This book is the outcome of over 20 years of research. Therefore, this. We sincerely hope our readers will personally seek out and acquire the works of Massey and Kuhn, and the other masters featured throughout this book.

We trust their writings will be read over and over again, and that their superlative discoveries will be interpreted aright, seriously contemplated, discussed, and publicized throughout the world.

P eople of the world go about their business, working and sleeping, buying and selling, and worshipping in front of altars, unaware that there were once at least four great cults operating in the ancient world and that the various traditions and customs of these ancient cults were the basis for the Judeo-Christian religion.

Indeed, as several investigators have pointed out, Vatican-style Latin Catholicism, and Christianity in general, is replete with pagan motifs. Protestant churchmen have labored to sanitize their version of Christianity by expunging the more obvious pagan elements.

They have not succeeded in their task and for good reason. To wholly erase the pagan elements from Christianity is tantamount to erasing the religion itself. The dress and ornaments of the Romish priest are borrowed from the heathens. The Phoenician priests wore surplices. Lambskin was worn by the Persian priests.

The pelt, which the canons. On the saccos, or episcopal garment of the Russian bishops, are suspended small.

The crosier, or pastoral. When Christians bend their knees before their "Lord," for example, they do so unaware they reproduce a ritual once sacred to Thoth, the ibis-headed god of the moon.

When Christians bury their dead beneath the ground they do so unaware they emulate the rites of the Osirian priesthood who solemnly believed a traversal of the "Underworld" known as Duat, Amenta or Nekya was necessary before a soul could transcend to higher planes of existence.

When they speak of being born again in the "blood of the lamb," they do so unaware they are referring to the astrological sign of Aries wherein the "reborn" sun appears each year.

When families gather at Christmas time, when they celebrate the festival of lights, roll eggs at Easter, or dance jigs, they do so unaware of the reasons.

Astrology, Sabeanism, and Uranography mean nothing to them. Knowledge and understanding are not invited. Their presence would only spoil the fun. The name of the Christian god derives from two words - Ja and Hovah.

Ja or Yah refers to the male or. So Christians who perpetually regard the god of Israel, of the prophets, and of Jesus, as male are quite in error. Jehovah is androgynous. But so were Ptah, Atum Ra, and Osiris. In fact a little research shows us that Jehovah was a originally a Lunar rather than a Solar or Saturnian deity. At least he was so in ancient Egypt. And the pagan priests regarded the moon as androgynous.

The moon's waxing which lasts approximately 14 days was considered its masculine phase or cycle. The waning that also lasts 14 days was the moon's feminine phase.

So the moon had two faces or characteristics, and so did lunar deities like Jehovah. Furthermore, the scriptures make it quite clear that Jehovah's main attribute is light. He creates the light but he also is light. He appeared to Moses as a burning bush and to Paul, John, and Constantine, as a penetrating light. Many have described Jehovah as the light that illuminates the darkness. And that at least is accurate since the moon is indeed the veritable light shining in the darkness.

Moses was depicted with horns upon his head by Michelangelo who obviously knew what ordinary Jews and Christians are not supposed to know about their god, prophets, and religious traditions. Yes, many a pagan element is still to be found within the man-made religions of the world. And astrology is element number one, as several competent if suppressed investigators have labored to reveal.

The very patriarchs put before us as paragons were astrologers par excellence. How is it we've not been told this in church, synagogue, and mosque? Why was this lesson omitted in Sunday School? After all, if the magical arts were good enough for Abraham, Joseph, Moses, and Daniel, should they not be good enough for everyone else?

But Abraham was not merely the founder of the Persians, but various authors assert that he was a great Magician, at the head of the Magi, that is he was at the head of the priesthood…in short, the whole of the Jewish system betrays judicial astrology, or, in other words, magic, in every part…There can be no doubt that judicial astrology…was received and practiced by all the ancient Jews, Persians, and many of the Christians, particularly the Gnostics and Manicheans…Eusebius tells us…that Abraham was an astrologer, and that he taught the science to the priests of Heliopolis or On.

This was a fact universally asserted by the historians of the East — Godfrey Higgins Anacalypsis , Vol. To illustrate our main point concerning the astrological roots of Judeo-Christianity, we present here a list of passages from the Bible's Old and New Testaments containing cryptic references to sidereal phenomena:.

This is none other than the house of God; this is the gate of heaven" — Genesis Where is he that is born King of the Jews? When the morning stars sang together, all the sons of God shouted for joy — Job By his spirit he hath garnished the heavens: his hand hath formed the crooked serpent - Job.

Is not God in the height of heaven? And thou sayest, What does God know? Can he judge through the dark cloud? Thick clouds are a covering to him, that he seeth not; and he walketh in the circuit of heaven - Job Therefore the Lord himself shall give you a sign. Behold a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel - Isaiah He telleth the number of the stars; he calleth them all by their names — Psalm Praise ye the LORD.

Praise ye the LORD from the heavens: praise him in the heights. Praise ye him, all his angels: praise ye him, all his hosts. Praise ye him, sun and moon: praise him, all ye stars of light — Psalm And as he sat upon the Mount of Olives, the disciples came unto him privately, saying, Tell us, when shall these things be?

These things saith he that holdeth the seven stars in his right hand, who walketh in the midst of the seven golden candlesticks - Revelation


Astro-Theology and Sidereal Mythology

This banner text can have markup. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. We dwell in times were the ego of man, and not the spirit of man, is adored and reinforced. We should allow for all that is said to be sacred to be in an adulterated and atrophied state. Sincere and close observation shows that this is indeed the case with the arcane canon, with the great Hermetic Arts of Divination: Tarot, Astrology, Kabala and Numerology. When I took up a serious study of the Tarot it was there that I found the secrets to the real Archetypal Astrology. The high Arts of Divination have each suffered from flagrant tampering, manipulation and unsustainable interpretation, from those wishing to, as the sun they worship does, conceal greater secrets.


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