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On astronomy behind Titian’s “Bacchus and Ariadne”, the myth’s meaning and...

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The myth of Ariadne and Bacchus is probably Neolithic and relates to astronomy.

The book of Odyssey – star lore of the ancient Mediterranean

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The key events of Odyssey are clearly related to astronomy. An illustrated guide.

Myths of the ice age – memories of a cataclysm

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Some of the ancient myths could be over 12000 years old. They also may preserve a memory of a great cataclysm and an astonishing level of astronomical knowledge.

Demeter, Persephone, and Hades – the myth decoded

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With the help of astronomy and linguistics, we have a deeper look into the meaning and origins of the cult of Demeter, her daughter Persephone, and Hades.

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

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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.

Jesus on a donkey – Dionysian narratives of Christianity

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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

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

A hero with the severed hand – Maya and Norse star...

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The constellation of Scorpius could also look like an arm... Both, Norse and Mayan mythology have stories that may relate to this idea.

Orion worship part 5 – Prophet Elijah and the sage Al...

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On Orion star-lore, and its influence on Judaism and Christianity

Orion worship part 4 – From Wren day to Paleolith

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