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AstroTheology The Missing Link By Paul T. E. Cusack
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The answer we've all been waiting for!The mathematical link between Theology and Astrophysics. Darwinism and Genesis can co-exist! This book of mathematical calculations proves it, inspired by GOD.
AstroTheology The Missing Link Book 2 By Paul T E Cusack
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Book 2 continued for astrotheology the missing link on the beginnings of the theory Cusack's Model of the Universe.
AstroTheology: The Missing Link Book 4 By Paul T E Cusack
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The final book in a series of 4 riviting books about our true universe.
AstroTheology: The Missing Link Book 3 By Paul T. E. Cusack
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Book 3- the final instalment of the theory of the Kaolonite Universe based on Universe Soil Mechanics
The Astrotheological Origins of the Mithraic Mysteries, Judaism and Christianity By S Grey
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Despite its unfortunate contemporary associations with crystal balls, tarot cards and newspaper horoscopes, there is nothing inherently magical or superstitious about the zodiac. It is merely a belt... More > of constellations which straddle the ecliptic. Since the dawn of time man has used these constellations and the celestial bodies to map both time and geography, and the stories attached to these movements began to take on mythologies across the world. The Greek gods, Hercules, Apollo and Dionysus are all examples of these solar entities. This book explores the astrotheological origins of the Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern faiths; Mithraism, Judaism and Christianity. It aims to show how these sisterfaiths all sought salvation through the celestial bodies, and adopted the astral stories of their ancestors as the fundamental basis of their religion.< Less
Astrotheology: The Missing Link Books 1-5 Revised By Paul T E Cusack
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A thesis on my view of the true universe as a mathematical function based on God who has left His imprint on the physical universe. If you read math, you'll like this book.
ASTROTHEOLOGY THE MISSING LINK CUSACK'S Model of the Universe BOOK 2 By Paul T. E. Cusack
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Here is 672 page book on that answers all the major outstanding problems of cosmology and Relativity. It is 100% math, so don't expect much text. If you like to read and study math and are familiar... More > with elementary calculus, you can handle this text. Enjoy reading the latest on how our universe really works.< Less
ASTROTHEOLOGY: THE MISSING LINK Cusack's Model of the Universe BOOK 1 By Paul T E Cusack
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This is the first book in a series of two together totaling 1011 pages which provide the mathematics behind answering all the pertinent questions of modern cosmology. It is an alternative to General... More > Relativity. If you like physics and to read math, this is a good book for you.< Less
ASTROTHEOLOGY:THE MISSING LINK CUSACK'S Model of the Universe BOOK 3 By Paul T.E. Cusack
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Book 3 in a series of 3 books on the mathematical physics behind our physical universe.
Prophet of Zeitgeist: A Critique of the Religious Theories of Jordan Maxwell By Albert McIlhenny
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One of the more unusual figures discussing religion on the internet is Jordan Maxwell. His videos have become standard fare on outlets such as Youtube and he was the inspiration for the film... More > Zeitgeist. His claim that religion is based on the zodiac has won him a loyal following and he has influenced many other authors. His use of etymologies, supposed historical facts, and often senesationalistic claims have earned him a following of those raised on conspiracy theorist fare such as The X-Files. But once we put his claims under the microscope, just how accurate are they? In Prophet of Zeitgeist, Albert McIlhenny tests the wild and wooly claims of Jordan Maxwell and discovers that very little of his best known material is true. By the end of the book, it is doubtful anyone could ever take seriously the religious theories of one of America's best known conspiracy theorists.< Less