Before AD

Western Calendar Names are Prior Gods

Days of the Week

  • While much Western culture has been Christianized, the days and months of the Gregorian calendar remain named after ancient Pagan gods and goddesses. Each month in the Astrotheology Calendar will have a short introduction of the history of its name, while the history of names for the days of the week is as follows: •
  • The first day of the week, Sunday, was obviously named after the day star, the sun.

Confucius

Confucius

 

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CONFUCIUS OF CHINA

BORN 551 B. C. E.

 

This moral teacher, religious chieftain, and philosopher,

though not subjected to the ignominious death of the cross, deserves a passing notice for the excellency of his morals and the acquisition of a world-wide fame.

Essenes

Locations

There was an ancient system known as Essenism – a religion whose origin has never been discovered, though it is known that the Essenes existed in the days of Jonathan Maccabeus, B.C.E. 1, and that they were of Jewish origin, and constituted one of the three Jewish sects (the other two being Pharisees and Sadducees).

Miracle Locations

Miracle Locations

Ancient Egyptian Pyramids

THE MIRACLES RECORDED OF ALCIDES, OSIRIS, AND OTHER GODS OF EGYPT.

 

1. We have the miraculous birth by a virgin in the case of Alcides.

2. Osiris, while a sucking infant in his cradle, killed two serpents which came to destroy him.

3. Alcides performed many miraculous cures.

4. According to Ovid he cured by a miracle the daughter of Archiades.

5· Also the wife of Theogenes, after the doctors had given her up.

6. And both these Gods converted water into wine.

Astro-Theology

Astro-Theology

The Judeo-Christian Bible tells a wonderful story.
It is, in fact, often referred to as “The Greatest Story Ever Told”.
And so it is! You are now about to find out why!

In the New Testament of Christian Bible, a provocative and most serious challenge is laid on the whole of Christianity. Since it bears directly on our subject, we will quote it: