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Links and Resources

Check out a friend at Eltanins' Eden with material on Atheology, The Church of Human Bodies, and other stuff.

Erosion of Sanity gives an interesting take on religion and liberal politics. The "God Simulator" is a must see.

The Great God Contest "Right here on the Internet, we will attempt to bring a final resolution to all religious wars, controversy and hypocrisy. The Ultimate Manifesto for Profit and Enjoyment On the Internet Right Here!"

The Mill of Time Celestial Cycles And Ancient Mythological Science by Terry Alden. Material on Hamlet's Mill

Musical Theory and Ancient Cosmology presents a hypertext version of an article by Ernest G. McClain. The article originally appeared in the February, 1994 issue of The World and I. McClain suggests that the numbers used both in music and cosmology of the ancients goes back to Sumerian times, predating the Pythagorean school by millenia.

Philip R. "Pib" Burns gives assorted links on astronomy, mythology and related material.

God Hates Fags a production of the Westboro Baptist Church, is a wonderful illustration of the immorality, irationality and menace which religion so easily leads to. If you have a stomach for name calling and picketing funerals, check it out.

Hard Copy

The Book of "J" by David Rosenberg and Harold Bloom, 1996
Gives a new translation of the "J" material which brings out the word play and humor which most mainstream translations hide. The essays are also invaluable, particularly those advocating the view that the "J" text was written as a work of fiction.

Hamlet's Mill by Giorgio de Santilliana and Hertha von Dechend, out of print, but read it if you can find it. The astronomical origins of science, myth and religion.

The Anchor Bible various translators, published by Doubleday Publishers. The translations and commentary on the text bring out aspects of the Bible which are often garbled

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