Sunday, July 24, 2005

One of the most important books to be written which gives detailed information on the the relationship of astronomy and mythology is "Hamlets Mill".
If there are others who have read this book and would like to share their thoughts on vedic mythology and astronomy this blog welcomes those comments. In particular I am very interested in views on the myth of the "Churning of the Milky Ocean". We are about to churn again.


Blogger sritantra said...

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7:16 AM  
Blogger Holotropic said...

willard - could you please explain 'churning of the milky way' - and why we are about to churn again? sounds ominously like the 'old days' process of making butter - not by definition a peaceful process.
aside from the mayan perspective,could I trouble you for yours?

2:26 PM  

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