The book and posters : blurb, Introduction, comments, order a copy The biblical and spiritual blueprint in its full astrological gloryseperatorThe principal Egyptian gods on the Tree of LifeseperatorHow the Trinity (or Quaternity, with Mary) plus Satan represents the major planets on the Tree of LifeseperatorThe eight major Hindu Gods portray the eight major planets on the Tree of LifeseperatorHH the Dalai Lama’s horoscope confirms his Incarnation of the God of Compassion who models the Tree of Life The Tibetan Buddhist Stupa celebrates the five elements of astrology, with the Sun and Moon A Chinese Taoist image of meditation shows the metaphysical pattern of the five elements
A provocative Introduction, claiming great things  1  The spiritual facts of life, based on astrology, the science of metaphysics  2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9  From animism to astrology, from Egypt to China, India to Jerusalem, and the Dead Sea to the Vatican  10 11 12 13 14  God, Christ, Krishna, Buddha and all : the major planet-gods in different religions; compare and contrast  15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 
Making sense of Revelations : the end of the old world and the triumph of truth  24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33  'We Are Stardust, We Are Golden'  34

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Pisces Christ : an Age of Pain is Over Neptune : the Distant Planet-God Behind the Mysteries Dionysus and the Heady Sacrament of the Vine
Jesus Christ is the divine spirit of the Crown, the Bridegroom,
  at the head of the Tree of Life.
The Son of God is the divine translation of the planet-god Neptune,
  the Lord of the Fishes, the sign of the sea and the vine.
This supreme spirit is the first and the last,
  the beginning and the end of our Solar System.
The Cross is the precise image of the Tree of Life
  and Christ wears His Crown in thorns.
Judas Iscariot echoes Christ’s name and fate, hung upon the Tree.
Judas represents the darker side of the two Fishes,
  the last among the Twelve.
The untimely death of Christ is prefigured in the ancient myth of Abel.
Abel Traditionally represents this same spirit of supreme sanctity
  and sacrifice.
The Greeks multiplied their images of this most exalted spirit :
Poseidon, the Roman Neptune, was the lord of the seas and the fishes;
Dionysus was the lord of wine, the prince of many lands;
Adonis was the lord of love, the tragic lover of Venus;
Orpheus was the divine musician and lord of the mysteries of the afterlife;
  and Prosepine was carried off to Hades to be the young queen
  of dusky Dis, the Roman Pluto.
Adonis, the Lord of Love and Resurrection
Orpheus and Prosepine : Back from the Dead
An Age of Holiness : the Two Sides of Pisces An Age of Holiness : the Two Sides of Pisces An Age of Holiness : the Two Sides of Pisces The Tragedy of Worldly Wisdom