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The Saturn Myth

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  • Title: The Saturn Myth
  • Author: David N. Talbott
  • ISBN: 9780385113762
  • Page: 296
  • Format: Hardcover
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    The Saturn Myth A Reinterpretation of Rites and Symbols A fascinating look at ancient history and cosmology, The Saturn Myth is a provocative book that might well change the way you think about man s history and the history of Saturn mythology The Saturn Myth by David N Talbott Community Reviews The polar configuration of Saturn, Venus, and Mars arises as the image of an ancient planetary system which can make sense of the seemingly wild imagination of the ancients and their irrational coupling of symbols and concepts as well as for their myth The Saturn Myth David N Talbott , Kindle Free The Saturn Myth David N Talbott , Kindle Talbott contends that Saturn s appearance at the time, radically different from today, inspired man s leap into civilization, since many aspects of early civilization can be seen as conscious efforts to re enact or commemorate Saturn s organization of his celestial kingdom. The Saturn Myth The Velikovsky Encyclopedia In fact Saturn was the one great god invoked by all mankind The first religious symbols were symbols of Saturn, and so pervasive was the planet god s influence that the ancients knew him as the creator, the king of the world, and Adam, the first man Talbott, David N The Saturn Myth , Doubleday ISBN . The Saturn Myth The Saturn Myth The Saturn Myth A Reinterpretation of Rites and Symbols Illuminating Some of the Dark Corners of Primordial Society is a non fiction book written by David N Talbott which speculates that early humanity witnessed a much different celestial alignment According to the book, earth was a former satellite

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    1. I'm a sucker for rationalist theories, and when someone can come up with something that unifies not just one, but many fields, I can't say I find it hard to fall right in. This book isn't for the 'scientifically' meek, the conservative pedant, nor those who find comfort in the 'certainty' which modern sciences pride themselves in proclaiming despite not having. To add as a note, I think the kind of theory put forth by Talbott is what one may rightly call a historical-materialist theory of mythol [...]

    2. Behold, I am He who is safe in His aten for ever and ever, for I wear the girdle of the goddess Nut who has accepted this Pepi into her. I am the Primeval Sun—the Universal Monarch atop His celestial Mount of Glory at the polar centre, shining forth as Benben. My khu (words of power) form the fiery, watery bread (speech, primeval matter) of the Cosmos (Heaven, World, body) and all creation. I am at once the seed and the egg (enclosure of the central sun), the Great Father who is His daughter's [...]

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