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Bio


"all the world's myths and scriptures

share a single, unifying celestial pattern

designed to impart powerful spiritual truths

about invisible subjects . . . "

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Bio


"all the world's myths and scriptures

share a single, unifying celestial pattern

designed to impart powerful spiritual truths

about invisible subjects . . . "

 

Growing up some of my favorite books were the Greek and Norse myths as retold and illustrated by Ingri and Edgar Parin D'Aulaire, The Stars: A New Way to See Them by H.A. Rey, the World of Odysseus by M.I. Finley, and the Odyssey itself.

When I encountered Hamlet's Mill by Giorgio de Santillana and Hertha von Dechend (as an adult), I became fascinated with the evidence the authors were presenting, which points to an ancient archaic structure uniting the ancient myths of the world.

Although I had previously believed that the scriptures of the Old and New Testaments of the Bible were intended to be understood literally, my familiarity with the constellations and with the scriptures themselves led me to proceed from the examples of Samson and Revelation chapter 9 discussed in Hamlet's Mill to begin to see the celestial foundations underlying story after story, leading inexorably to the conclusion that the texts were actually intended to be understood esoterically, and that they are based upon celestial metaphor from first to last.

The explications offered by Robert Taylor in his lectures and writings from the first half of the nineteenth century added to my understanding of the "grammar" and "vocabulary" of the celestial language, as have the incredibly important insights offered by Alvin Boyd Kuhn in his works from the first half of the twentieth -- and my own further study of texts, myths and sacred traditions, as well as inspiration that seems to come from the realm of the stars themselves and for which I cannot personally take any credit, has helped to illuminate more and more of the system.

I personally have been amazed at what the ancient myths have to tell us, when we begin to understand the language in which they are speaking. These sacred stories are an unparalleled treasure, entrusted to humanity as a precious inheritance, designed to convey profound ancient wisdom for our benefit. And, I think you will agree that the myths are like a bottomless well, into which we can dive deeper and deeper for a lifetime (perhaps many lifetimes) without ever reaching the limit of what they have to offer.

I am excited to share them with you and hope that they will prove to be a blessing to you as they have been and continue to be for me.

 

 
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"The actors are not old kings, priests, and warriors; the one actor in every portrayal, in every scene, is the human soul."

-- Alvin Boyd Kuhn

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"The actors are not old kings, priests, and warriors; the one actor in every portrayal, in every scene, is the human soul."

-- Alvin Boyd Kuhn

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