Category Archive: Constellations

Orion worship – part 3 – Nordic Aryans (Ymir,Yama, Gayomart)

One would expect the star lore of the ancient Norse to be at least equally rich as that of the other ancient nations. And certainly, this must be the case, if anything, because this land… Continue reading

Orion worship – part 2 – Dyonisus, St. Valentine, and Archangel Michael

Roughly between 2500 and 500BC (approximations) the “celestial cross” of equinoxes and solstices looked like this: Winter solstice was in Capricorn Spring equinox was in Aries Summer solstice was in Cancer Fall equinox… Continue reading

Horus, St. George, Jarilo, and the star-lore of the equinoxes

For the ancients, equinoxes and solstices represented a “celestial cross” that marked the four seasons of the year. For example, if you were to look to the sky during the autumn equinox of… Continue reading

Astronomy was practiced for more than 40000 years – a definite proof

We’ve all heard the hippies of the 80’s singing about the age of Aquarius. But what does it mean? And how does one determine when this age will begin? The answer is very simple… Continue reading

How old is astronomy? A study on the northern sky mythology

Most common explanation of the word “Druid” is “the one who knows the tree”. It is further understood that this “tree” is in fact a “world tree”. Its stem is the rotational axes of… Continue reading

Garden of Eden in astrotheology

Polaris is currently very close to the north celestial pole, and for this reason it is our North star. But this was not always the case. Due to the phenomena known as precession… Continue reading

Orion worship – part 1 – Christianity

However, some 150 years later, in the 17th century, someone decided to transform John the Baptist into Bacchus.

The great riddle of a seven-headed figure

Can a 7000 petroglyph be deciphered? How old is the Brahmi alphabet? What is the symbolic of the Indo-European seven-headed deity and how did it reach Mesoamerica?