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Lost Star of Myth and Time

Lost Star of Myth and Time

by Walter Cruttenden

Is it possible that our Sun has a companion star, and that together they carry Earth through a recurring 24,000-year orbit of powerful stellar influcences? Supported by impeccable science, author Walter Cruttenden puts forth a radical new theory that could change the way we understand the cycles of human history.

Ancient folklore from around the world rings with two resonating themes: that history moves in great cycles with alternating Golden and Dark Ages—and that the Precession of the Equinox (the slow movement of the stars across the sky) is the cause and timekeeper of these cycles.

For years we have heard that these are only myths, that there was no Golden Age and that Precession can be explained by a wobbling of the Earth's axis. Now, Lost Star of Myth and Time shows evidence that the Ancients were not just weaving fanciful tales. Science is on the verge of an amazing discovery: that our Sun has a companion star carrying us through a great cyle of stellar influences. If true, this means that the Ancients were right, and our views of space and time and the history of civilization will never be the same. More than that, it would mean that we are now at the dawn of a new age in human development and world conditions.
 


Publication Date:
September 22, 2005
Publisher:
St. Lynn's Press
Length:
240 pages
ISBN 10:
0976763117
ISBN 13:
978-0976763116
Keywords:
earth, history, star, sun
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