Stellar Theology and Masonic Astronomy

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Book Tree, 2002 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 268 pages
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Foreword by Jordan Maxwell. This incredibly detailed book reveals the hidden meanings behind occult signs and symbols from ancient times, found in what is termed stellar theology, and then carried over into modern religions. Few people have any knowledge of the occult or hidden connections between Judaism, Christianity and the Biblewith World Freemasonry. Brown, a Freemason, provides these important connections. Covers ancient astronomy and how it became incorporated into the various religions. Also explores the worlds early legends and symbols and how they were connected to ancient astronomical systems. These revealing facts form the basis for many of todays religious concepts and belief systems.
 

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Contents

Part First
1
Chapter
9
Osiris
15
Ancient Egyptian Year
21
A Chapter of Astronomical Facts
41
Diagram of the Ecliptic and Equator
51
Chapter 4
57
Chapter 5
63
The Lawrence Monument
144
Seal of King Solomon
152
Sheaf of Wheat Hanging by a River
153
Chapter 8
157
Pillars of the Porch from an Ancient Medal
162
The Northeast Corner Figures 1 2 3 and 4
168
Rising Sun of the Summer Solstice
174
Cornucopia
180

The Royal Arch
69
Chapter 6
84
Astromasonic EmblemSun in Leo
92
Appendix To Part Second
98
Part Third
105
Masonic Ladder of Three Rounds
113
Blazing Star
123
Circle Embordered by Parallel Lines
130
Fiction of the Weeping Virgin
138
Solstice Diagram
192
Ancient Egyptian Iron Key
198
Triple Tau
205
Crux Ansata Emblem of Eternal Life Egyptian
213
Quadruple Tau
219
Chapter 9
232
Index
242
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