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The Mythology of Venus is a collection of essays that summarizes the archaeoastronomy, calendar associations, religious and cultural icons, and myths identified with the planet Venus. It reveals the archetype of a goddess associated with the planet Venus who is identified with transformation, spiritual resurrection, and enlightenment. The characteristics of the goddess are steeped in sexual metaphors which contain images of birth and re-birth, and they reveal a pattern of symbols that follows the journey of the planet Venus through its cycles in the night sky.
The deities of the Neolithic are organized by the seasons of the year and by the celestial bodies. Indo-European Studies. Precession and the Age of Heroes more. The major deities according to their seasons; they are identified by their celestial bodies. Late Iron Age Archaeology. The Neolithic Pantheon more.
Classical and Bronze Age Aphrodite more. The Language of the Goddess more. Knossos more.
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Avatar and the World Tree more. Twelve Tribe Nations more. The Coligny Calendar Translation. The Moonths of the Sequani Calendar more. A list of Celtic-Christian subjects and a calendar of Celtic-Christian holidays are presented. The Celtic-Christian holidays are based on the translation of the Coligny Calendar.
The Coligny Calendar Year 8: and more. In the five year repeating cycle of the Coligny Calendar, the year may be used again from December to December in to This is the eighth year of the calendar which began in and would be the third year of the repeating This is the eighth year of the calendar which began in and would be the third year of the repeating five year cycle.
On the original bronze tablet of the calendar, this year has an intercalary month at the summer solstice or half way through the year. The next intercalary month, which occurs every two and one half years is also at the end of the tenth year of the calendar.
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This intercalary at the end of the year near the winter solstice is also after Year 5: On the bronze tablet, there are two intercalary months in five years in order to balance lunar and solar time. The Coligny Calendar Year 7: and more. This is a translation of the Coligny Calendar of the Celts. It is from December 17, to December 3, As the calendar repeats itself and is marked on the stone circles of Stonehenge and the stone circles of the Celts, it may be As the calendar repeats itself and is marked on the stone circles of Stonehenge and the stone circles of the Celts, it may be used in cycles of 5 years that repeat through time.
It is parallels the Attic calendar of the ancient Greeks in that it is a lunar-solar calendar marking the primary stars of each month and the constellations associated with the myths of both cultures: Greek and Celtic.
The cycles of Mercury and Venus are on the calendar. The Coligny Calendar Year 6: and more. It may be used in the continuing cycle of the calendar for the year December 27, Milbrath S Gender and roles of lunar deities in postclassic central Mexico and their correlations with the Maya area.
Estud ios de Cultura Nahuatl —93 Google Scholar. Milbrath S Decapitated lunar goddesses in Aztec art, myth, and ritual. Milbrath S Star Gods of the Maya: astronomy in art, folklore, and calendars. Milbrath S Xochiquetzal and the lunar cult of central Mexico. In: Keber EQ ed Precious greenstone, precious, quetzal feather. Labyrinthos, Lancaster, pp 31—54 Google Scholar. Milbrath S The classic katun cycle and the retrograde periods of Jupiter and Saturn. Milbrath S Heaven and earth in ancient Mexico: astronomy and seasonal cycles in the Codex Borgia.
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