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by Bill Darlison

Author: Bill Darlison
Subcategory: Other Religions Practices & Sacred Texts
Language: English
Publisher: Exposure Publishing (September 1, 2007)
Pages: 144 pages
Category: Spirituality
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Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9781846859038. Release Date:September 2007.

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Darlison begins by looking at different scholarly approaches to the gospels, then outlines his astrological interpretation logically and lucidly, matching the zodiacal signs to the narrative of Mark.

The Gospel story is not the product of historians or eyewitnesses, but an older, mystical text produced by an ancient, esoteric school as a guide to the Age of Pisces. Darlison begins by looking at different scholarly approaches to the gospels, then outlines his astrological interpretation logically and lucidly, matching the zodiacal signs to the narrative of Mark. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

In America the literature of the Enlightenment is closely connected with the War for Independence against the British Empire. American literature of the Enlightenment period is characterized by its fighting character. It lasted for eight years (1776-1783). The war ended in adopting the Declaration of Indepedence. The writers of that time wrote political pamphlets and revolutionary poetry. The most popular writers of the time were Thomas Paine, Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin, and the poet Philip Freneau. Thomas Paine (1737- 1809) was the most democratic representative of the American Enlightenment movement.

Bill Darlison is the Minister Emeritus of Dublin Unitarian Church. He is an author of several books, including The Gospel and the Zodiac: The Secret Truth about Jesus, a controversial work which argues that the Gospel of Mark is structured on the signs of the zodiac

Bill Darlison is the Minister Emeritus of Dublin Unitarian Church. He is an author of several books, including The Gospel and the Zodiac: The Secret Truth about Jesus, a controversial work which argues that the Gospel of Mark is structured on the signs of the zodiac. He has written for The Inquirer, The Unitarian, The Furrow, The Gnostic. and The Astrological Journal.

In The Gospel and the Zodiac, Unitarian minister, Bill Darlison demonstrates that the Gospel of Mark - considered the primary document of Christianity - is deliberately structured around the signs of the zodiac. Darlison argues that the Gospel was originally an esoteric rather than a historical text, and that its stories were never intended to be interpreted in a literal sense. Rather, they are dramatic representations of stages in spiritual development, and repositories of arcane wisdom.