Suns of God: Krishna, Buddha and Christ Unveiled
Picking up where the best-selling and controversial 'The Christ Conspiracy' leaves off, 'Suns of God' leads the reader through an electrifying exploration of the origin and meaning of the world's religions and popular gods. Over the past several centuries, the Big Three spiritual leaders have been the Lords Christ, Krishna and Buddha, whose stories and teachings are curiously and confoundingly similar to each other. The tale of a miraculously born redeemer who overcomes heroic challenges, teaches ethics and morality, performs marvels and wonders, acquires disciples and is famed far and wide, to be persecuted, killed and reborn, is not unique but a global phenomenon recurring in a wide variety of cultures long before the Christian era. These numerous Godmen were not similar 'historical' personages who 'walked the earth' but anthropomorphisations of the central focus of the famous 'mysteries'. A major element of the cryptic, international brotherhood, these mysteries extend back thousands of years and are found world-wide, reflecting an ancient tradition steeped in awe and intrigue. of entire cultures, are unveiled in this in-depth analysis containing fascinating and original research based on evidence both modern and ancient, captivating information kept secret and hidden for ages. 'Suns of God' is possibly the most complete review of the history of religion from its inception ever composed in a single volume.
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Ignore the pettyfogging or otherwise stultified reviews from flabbergasted 'Literalists' below. This book lays a phenomenal foundation for the hypothesis that most religions are indeed Astrologically conceived. Obviously, let this book be a guide, but also read for yourselves Sumerian, Babylonian, Egyptian, Vedic, Christian, Norse, Mithraic, etc, MYTHS for themselves to find the apodictic correlations. Indeed one could nitpick with Acharya regarding her use of tertiary references, but alas, she died a few years ago.
Subsequently, one can indeed find much of the actual 'source' material from the overly scholarly reference book 'Bible Myths and Parallels', which indeed correlates the aforementioned primitive materials to their modern juxtaposition. The onus is on you alone, literalists are bumbling bafoons searching for schoolyard answers to a bigger question. If you live your life like a walking twitter post, don't bother with this or other books of its nature.
I agree- I do not think she sourced her facts from Indian scholars. I think she sought so called scholars that could justify her need to cross stitch religions as one big myth. She clearly hasn't read Srimad Bhagavatam, Ciatanya Amrita Veda, or the Bhagavad-Gita "As It Is". I didn't find the book helpful at all.
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The God Sun
The Solar Pantheon
Life of Krishna
Krishna The Lord Sun
Krishna Born of a Virgin?
Life of Buddha
Buddha Light of the World
The Historical Jesus?
Jesus Christ Sun of God
The Mysterious Brotherhood