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Jesus is a Myth : A Handbook To Reclaim Your…

Jesus is a Myth : A Handbook To Reclaim Your Celestial Inheritance

by Zain Winter

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In Jesus is a Myth, author Zain Winter takes us on a journey through time and around our planet to visit humankind's most sacred archaeoastronomical sites where rulers of empires and ancient priests connected themselves to the heavens and communed with the gods. He illustrates how every religion had its origins very early in human history and how belief systems emerged from humankind's need to understand and interpret the celestial and terrestrial forces that governed their lives. Zain Winter explains how Christianity is in essence, a more elaborate and structured form of ritual worship inspired by ancient sky and earth stories therefore making Jesus Christ is the central figure of Christian mythology.

Jesus is a Myth introduces the sciences of Archaeoastronomy and Mythology to the layperson and explains how these sciences are keys to open the door of ancestral unity among all nations. The first chapter shows our early ancestors developing into Ice Age Astronomers and how the traditions of celestial illumination they founded were carried onto humankind's earliest civilizations. Next, The Genesis of Myth shows our ancestors creating more complex communities created more elaborate systems of deity worship and the early foundations of organized religion. In The Bond Between Heaven and Earth, we are transported to the most well known archaeoastronomical locations around the world. There we learn that monumental structures, like the Pyramids in Egypt and Stonehenge, were constructed to make a tangible connection to the heavens in order to grant rulers access to the divine. Next Religions True Origin, we are shown how most world religions have early celestial origins and astronomical themes. The final chapter, The Sky is Falling, reveals how doomsayers of the new millennium have nothing to fear and New Agers have everything to gain from an understanding the true celestial nature of a long standing astronomical cycle.

Included in this fascinating and controversial book, is chapter on Naked Eye Observing so everyone can look up and see light, a chapter on mythological stories that can be read to friends and family as they gaze at the heavens, and Sky Charts and Astronomical Data to assist them in the journey through the heavens. There's even a Timetable of Significant Events Throughout History and a Glossary to help answer some of the many questions that will inevitably come up. It's time the sciences of archaeoastronomy and mythology were embraced by the masses. Not just as scientific solutions to some of the great mysteries of human civilization, but proof of a societal link that makes us all one planetary people.

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