Monday, June 12, 2017

Astrotheology in the world's ancient myths and scriptures: Births from Virgo

Above is a new video I've just published entitled "Astrotheology in the world's ancient myths and scriptures: Births from Virgo."

There is no spoken narration in this video -- it demonstrates using images and a few captions the overwhelming evidence that the world's ancient myths, scriptures and sacred stories all share a common foundation in a detailed system of celestial metaphor.

This system must be extremely ancient -- predating the earliest civilizations admitted by conventional historians and conventional academia -- and it is extremely sophisticated, designed to convey profound wisdom for our benefit and blessing in this incarnate life.

This video explores figures in the world's Star Myths whose births can be associated with the constellation Virgo. Some of the myths this new video explores include stories from the life of Ganesha (also known as Ganapati), the life of the Buddha, the adventures of Maui, the Judgment of Solomon, the promise to Eve in Genesis, and some of the visions in the Revelation of John.

Please feel free to share the video with those who might appreciate it or benefit from it.

And, as always, feedback is welcome -- you can comment directly on the video in YouTube, as well as via Facebook, Twitter, and the feedback page of my main website,