The world’s ancient myths are built on a foundation of celestial metaphor: virtually all the characters and episodes correspond to specific constellations and their heavenly cycles.
But the constellations have characteristics in this system which relate to realities in the invisible realm, the infinite realm . . . the realm of the gods.
The stories are not simply “based on the constellations” — the celestial metaphor originates in the unseen realm, which is then mapped onto the constellations which, because they themselves occupy an “infinite realm” — the heavens above — are perfect for helping us to “see” the realities of that Invisible Realm.
In this video, I use some aspects of the myth of Perseus, Medusa, and the Gorgons to demonstrate that the details of the story originate in the celestial realm — but that beyond their correspondence to the constellations in the night sky, the figures in this well-known myth convey powerful truths regarding our own situation in this incarnate life, and our relationship to the realm of the infinite, which is in fact always present, and always available, and indeed absolutely necessary to us as we navigate the pitfalls of life in the material plane.
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Ev Cochrane, Dave Talbott, Electric Universe. Keep focusing on asteroids and completely overlook our former Saturn Sun brown dwarf star, and the plasma expulsions seen by mankind and recorded in myths world wide. WHY do so many most ancient texts say SATURN (not as it looks today) was once our Sun and God Star?
maybe start easy here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LF9ZmaiDMBk