The Story of The Zodiac
A brief mention of my ontological and cosmological re-searchings plus "The foundations of a modern astrology"
Date: 7/26/2014 6:08:36 AM ( 7 y ) ... viewed 591 times
Cosmos and Psyche by Richard Tarnas found a meaningful connection within my own psyche/soul where I had long-held aspirations to know my place in the universal scheme, both ontologically and cosmologically. Once read, I was inspired to share the implications with virtually anyone interested. A couple brief conversations with a housemate or two validated my desire for conversation however these were short lived. (Maybe I need to visit the local universities.)
Nevertheless I can always read more and blog some highlights!
The following is quoted from the work of "Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul":
"... Were all religions and all scriptures of the world to be lost, and were there nothing left to us except the starry heavens, the story of the zodiac and the significance of the names of the various stars found in the different constellations, we should be able to retrace the history of man, recover the knowledge of our goal and learn the mode of its achievement. ...":
I also think in this regards of a book titled: "The Gospel In The Stars".:
"It was... the common and accepted doctrine of antiquity that the constellations were divine in origin and sacred in character. They are woven in with all the old ethnic religions. Much as heathenism has perverted them to false worship, it has ever held to the belief that they are from God ... Did God arrange the stars in the sky to spell out his ultimate plans for the human race? Such is the conclusion of this curious book, first published in 1882 as an attempt to reconcile Christianity with the public fascination with astrology... a fascination that endures today.":
Octoiber 17th -
And now I'll add to the growing list here:
"Perhaps the single Most Important Book -
(Amazon Comment) By Michael Erlewine on January 29, 2008
My name is Michael Erlewine. I have studied astrology for some 40 years and maintain what is probably the largest astrological library open to the public, the 'Heart Center Library.' Of all those books and magazines, some 5,000 or so, Theodor Landscheidt's 'Cosmic Cybernetics' is the single most visionary book on astrology I have ever read.":
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