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Astro-theology questioned

Posted Jul 07 2008 7:15pm

“By the way I am not ‘for or against’ any of the different theories - and increasingly appreciate the time and energy people put into sharing their information.  Hopefully it will encourage us to question what we have been and are told and think for ourselves.   It’s great when a new idea clears out our restrictive belief systems - but if it is then used as a replacement restrictive belief system then we only have ourselves to blame.  It’s easy to ditch the content of religion whilst keeping the same mind-patterning.”

From ‘Nowheretorun’:

‘I couldn’t believe it when I found out how badly we were being lied to by Tsarion, Maxwell, Acharya etc. about “Astro-theology” This is a 10 min presentation of a few of the major problems with it.

You might want to download an astronomy program to confirm what Im saying.

Here is a link to one of the ones I used.

http://www.stellarium.org/

What I mainly covered in this first part (more coming) is the following:

1.)The idea of the three stars in Orion’s belt aligning with Sirius and pointing to the rising sun on Dec 25th is very misleading for a number of reasons.

2.)The idea that the sun rises in the southern cross on the solstice (or anytime) being a physical impossibility

3.)The sun staying motionless for three days on dec 25th

4.)And why this is being told to the truth movement. IMO

Its only 10 minutes long, go ahead watch it. ‘

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