Pyramids - Orion

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A very nice article on Astrology without having to mention that awfull word.

" The golden bull calf represented the Sun as it travels through Heaven. "
Incorrect. The bull represents the age of Taurus which saw the rise and fall of the Egyptian empire.

There is a chapter in my book Mirrors of Orion entitled "Shifting Back to the Age of Taurus, 4000 BC."

just received a copy of your book through amazon ---- marvelous book .
great illustrations, pictures, graphs. -- exhaustive study. very well done !!
nice hat you have on in the back cover picture ....

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loved the article! i'll have to check out the book!

love, light and blessings

AB

Here are some interesting follow up links:

Astrotheology of the Ancients
http://stellarhousepublishing.com/astrotheology.html

Christ in Egypt: The Horus-Jesus Connection (2009)
http://www.amazon.com/Christ-Egypt-Horus-Jesus-Connection-Murdock/dp/097...

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