The Astrological Mythology of Ancient India
Posted December 30, 2012
Over a decade of dedicated research! Over a year of writing and editing! With the blessings and guidance of a swāmī, a babajī, and a Sanskrit scholar, Vic DiCara presents you the world's first accurate, simple and completely awesome explanation of the mythology and meaning within the 27 stars of ancient Indian astrology!
If you are an astrologer or a fan of astrology, you will be transformed by Vic's radically clear and straightforward explanations of Sanskrit, Vedic mythology, and mastery of intuitive symbolism.
If you are a lover of India and her culture, you will delight in these deep revelations and rare expositions of familiar gods like Viṣṇu, not-so-familiar gods like Varuṇa, and nearly forgotten gods like Ajaikapāt.
If you are a spiritual seeker, you will discover the origin of the universe, the meaning of life, and essential clues in the eternal quest for the "fountain of youth."
The 150 pages of this book are abundantly replete with exact references and footnotes to satisfy the scholars among you. The book is dripping with dramatic storytelling, filled with philosophy as clear and deep as a Himalayan lake, and precisely presents the perfectly useful astrological symbolism of the divine stars.
Find out more: http://vicdicara.com/27-stars_27-gods.php
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