Description : This calendar charts holidays from ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome, and elsewhere into the modern era to demonstrate not only the ancient astromythology and nature-worshiping religion, but the comparisons between Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and others.
Description : Astrotheology: Science and Theology Meet Extraterrestrial Life looks at both ends of the telescope: the unfathomable reaches of cosmic space and the excited stirrings within the human psyche. It takes a scientist to explain what we are looking at. It takes a theologian to understand who is doing the looking. This book's scientific authors update readers on astrobiology's search for extraterrestrial life. Theologians add to the science a theological analysis of the place of space in understanding God's creative work, the prospects of sharing God's creation with extraterrestrial neighbors, and the question of whether one or many incarnations are required for cosmic redemption. Finally, these scholars lay the foundations for an ethic of space exploration. This book introduces a comprehensive astrotheology with an accompanying astroethic.
Description : This is the first book in a series of two together totaling 1011 pages which provide the mathematics behind answering all the pertinent questions of modern cosmology. It is an alternative to General Relativity. If you like physics and to read math, this is a good book for you.
Description : Introduction by Jordan Maxwell. This well-researched work returns us to the earliest known forms of religion and nature worship to show how our modern religions formed and where they came from. Also brings us into modern times, reviving and supporting the important work of John Marco Allegro, author of The Sacred Mushroom and the Cross. Reveals how natural entheogens, including the Amanita muscaria mushroom, were used by those seeking higher consciousness and an authentic religious experience. A must read for researchers investigating the origins of religion and the symbology used by modern religions of today. Includes extensive bibliography, 185 illustrations and over 500 footnotes.
Description : A thesis on my view of the true universe as a mathematical function based on God who has left His imprint on the physical universe. If you read math, you'll like this book.