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Friday, November 13, 2009

New Astrotheology Calendar Reviews and Video!

This past week has brought us yet another horrific event apparently in the name of God and religion. The divisiveness based on religious ideology just never seems to end. Here is where I truly believe that my work has great merit, as I continue to dig up precious information from our past that shows a common heritage to which we can ALL relate.

I am speaking, of course, of the real reason, origin and meaning behind much religious ideology dating from the remotest antiquity to today. What I have attempted to bring to light these many years through my books and other works is the ancient reverence of natural phenomena such as the sun, moon, stars, constellations, planets and so on.

One of the greatest tools I have devised to show this fascinating commonality between religions of both ancient and modern times is "The 2010 Astrotheology Calendar." The Calendar truly reveals exactly what our ancestors were celebrating on a daily basis, as well as these festivals' relationship to religions currently followed, such as Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism and Hinduism.

If you have an interest in humanity's celebrations of antiquity and their relationship to each other and today's religions, you will want to have this calendar!

Here are some great new reviews of "The 2010 Astrotheology Calendar":

5.0 out of 5 stars
Historical accuracy a calendar, November 5, 2009
By Elisabeth Biernik

History has always been written by the victors. For nearly two thousand years the victor in Western Civilization's war for souls has been Christianity. They have forged artifacts, historicized past events, and rewritten history to suit the needs of those in power and in control of the clergy. "The 2010 Astrotheology Calendar" takes a significant step in recapturing this lost historical accuracy. So much of the history of Pagan religions, thought destroyed by the attempts of people such as Emperor Theodosius and the violent censuring mobs of Christian zealotry, is once again regained here in this wonderfully informative document.

Each day of each month reveals new celebrations that long predate Christianity and yet were usurped by the social engineering efforts that were so crucial to the Christian myth. For those interested in historical accuracy, and for those simply curious as to the origins of the many holidays that we take for granted today, The 2010 Astrotheology Calendar is a must have.

I absolutely love this calendar!!!

5.0 out of 5 stars
Outstanding in all ways!, November 7, 2009
By Charles Johnson "C.J." (Highland, TX)

"The Astrotheology Calendar" is a brilliant concept! The 23 pages of text enable one to have an even broader understanding of the history of astrotheology not covered by Acharya's previous works, by focusing on celebration dates, holidays, festivals and their evolutionary changes being usurped by later religions, such as Christianity.

All these pages of calendar text cover a broad spectrum of topics from basic introductory explanations for beginners to a variety solar and lunar calendars. Also includes brief explanations of a variety of religions and their calendars such as the Egyptian on page 6 or Zoroastrian on page 10.

I found the information concerning the "Solar festivals" marking the solstices & equinoxes and the "Celtic Fire festivals" marking the peak of each season especially interesting since it was new to me. These dates making "Wheel of the year" or "Sunwheel" are highlighted in the calendar by giving that day a color - which I thought was grand because it will ensure I don't miss it or forget.

This "2010 Astrotheology Calendar" is one of the most helpful tools I've ever found for my interest in comparative religion & mythology.

I also appreciated the "cool stuff" section.

And there are sources for further reading and a bibliography.

What a totally cool idea!



If you haven't watched my new calendar video, go for it! The video has my voiceover and loads of great images - and it's been reuploaded with new music.


Acharya S/D.M. Murdock
Author, "The Christ Conspiracy," "Suns of God," "Who Was Jesus?," "Christ in Egypt," "The Gospel According to Acharya S" and "The 2010 Astrotheology Calendar"


Aaron Whiston said...

This is very cool. I find astrotheology just fascinating, and after reading your work on it I begin looking for and finding the connection to the sun/moon/heavenly bodies in every religious content or presentation I come across.

STUNNING how obvious this stuff is once it's been pointed out to you.

Very cool idea on the calendar.

Acharya S said...

Thank you, Aaron. I truly believe that learning the origins of our religious ideologies can significantly reduce the religious pathology currently dominating the world. We can then live in greater peace and harmony.