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Ramayana – an astronomical allegory from the Age of Aries, explained

This article proves that Ramayana is an astronomical allegory of the Age of Aries (2150BC-1AD) and as such related to other Indo-European myths of the time, such as the Iliad and the Odyssey.

Ancient astronomy in the Vedic religion and Yoga

Since the dawn of time, our ancestors knew only seven planets that are visible to the naked eye. The planet Neptun was discovered in...

Jesus on a donkey – Dionysian narratives of Christianity

Haephastus, Duonysus, and Jesus, have all been portrayed on a donkey. This strange symbolism could in fact be astronomical...

On Minoans, and their Vedic connections

From bull-leaping rituals to Sanskrit names, Minoans share many similarities with the Indus Valley civilization.

Orion worship part 4 – From Wren day to Paleolith

The 20,000 years old paintings of Lascaux contain the same symbolism that existed in the art of ancient Egypt and European solstice festivals...

Orion worship – part 2 – Dyonisian mysteries

Not much is known about the ancient Dionysian mysteries. Could astronomy help us decode some of the main symbolism?

Horus, St. George, Jarilo, and the star-lore of the equinoxes

The ancients divided a year in two parts, between two two equinoxes. In Christianity, these days are marked by St. George and St Demetrius. But the roots of this star-lore are far more ancient...

Astronomy is more than 40,000 years old – a proof

Astronomical phenomena of the Axial procession influenced the star-lore of different ages. Tracing it back in time we may go as far back as 40,000 years.

The polar star and the northern sky mythology

The symbol of the Swastika relates to the constellation of Ursa Minor, as a seasonal marker. In this article we explore in depth the related star lore in ancient mythology.
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