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Zodiac and the Christ

Zodiac and the Christ
Author  Henri Bergius from Finland

Zodiac and Christ can be found in:

The Svetitskhoveli Cathedral (Georgian) literally the Cathedral of the (Living Pillar) is an Orthodox Christian cathedral located in the historic town of Mtskheta, Georgia, to the northwest of the Georgian capital Tbilisi. A masterpiece of the Early and High Middle Ages, Svetitskhoveli is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. It is currently the second largest church building in Georgia, after the Holy Trinity Cathedral.

Known as the burial site of the claimed Christ’s mantle, Svetitskhoveli has long been one of the principal Georgian Orthodox churches and is among the most venerated places of worship in the region. Throughout the centuries, the cathedral served as the burial place for kings. The present cross-in-square structure was completed between 1010 and 1029 by the medieval Georgian architect Arsukisdze, although the site itself dates back to the early fourth century. The exterior architecture of the cathedral is a well-preserved example
of typical decorations of the 11th century.

Svetitskhoveli is considered an endangered cultural landmark; it has survived a variety of adversities, and many of its priceless frescoes have been lost due to being whitewashed by the Russian Imperial authorities.

Israel’s ancient Stonehenge

Gilgal Refā’īm is an ancient megalithic monument in the Golan Heights
(Early Bronze Age II, 3000–2700 BCE).
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Christian Astrology,
 written in 1647 by the English astrologer William Lilly, is considered to be one of the most important seminal works of Western astrology. William Lilly successively treats the rules of western astrology, horary astrology and ‘nativities’, about erecting and analyzing a birth chart in natal astrology. He wrote the book when he was ill and had to stay at home. Running away from the plague in London, he spent a year in the countryside to study, reflect, and write Christian Astrology.

Lilly himself explains that he was influenced among others by Ptolemy’s Quadripartitum (Tetrabiblos), De occulta philosophia by Agrippa, De Astronima Tractarus 10 by Guido Bonatti, 120 Aphorismi of John Dee, Medicina Catholica by Robert Fludd, Epitomes Astronomiae by Johan Kepler and Paracelsus’ De Meteoris, all of which are mentioned in the appendix of Christian Astrology.

The modern edition of Christian Astrology consists of three volumes:

  • Book 1: An Introduction to Astrology
  • Book 2: The Resolution of all manners of Questions and Demands
  • Book 3: An Easie and Plaine Method How to Judge Upon Nativities


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