Volume 8, Issue 1, page 10





NATOMY deals with the visible, material
part of man's constitution; but there is a
vastly greater part of man which is ethe-
real and invisible. As the astral body of
man is intimately related to his terres-
trial surroundings, likewise his astral
body is in relation with all the influences of
the astral world; and that part of philosophy
dealing with these astral influences is called
astrology." - Paracelsus.

M.M. Mangaserian called the Bible The Neglected Book, and that
title he gave to his work on the subject in
1926. He said, "There is scarcely any other book more reverenced
and less known than the Bible."

For those who know little about this Book of Astrology, compiled
from the scriptures of the ancient astrologers,
we shall notice more of it and disclose how the skillful Biblical
makers slyly moved f rom mythology to factology,
making the factual rise out of the mythical by clever

The Bible says the Astrological God spoke to the Zodiacal Jacob.
who had 12sons to match the 12 Zodiacal
signs, and to him said: "Thy name shall be called no more Jacob,
but Israel ". "Thy name is Jacob; thy name shall
not be called any more 4acob. but Israel shall be

thy name; and He (God) called his name Israel" (Gen. 32: 28; 35:

(The Zodiacal Jacob had 12 Zodiacal sons listed in Serial No. 12.
whose names appear in the 35th Chapter of
Genesis, Verses 23-26).

Then Moses meets the Astrological God on Mount Sinai, and to him
God said; "Thus shalt thou say to the
house of Jacob, and tell the children of Israel... Now therefore,
if ye will obey my voice indeed, and keep my
covenant, then ye shall be a peculiar treasure unto me above all
people: for all the earth is mine. And ye shall be
unto me a kingdom of priests, and an holy nation" (Ex. 19:5, 6).

(Note: I Am That I Am. Moses. Jehovah, and Saturn are all symbols
of the Law-giver, who stands on the
mountain of the moon, or generation, and delivers to man the law.
- Voice of Isis, P. 334.)

Then, in Deuteronomy, this Astrological Symbol of the L aw-giver
directs His chosen people to invade by force
"the land whither thou goest to possess it", and this i7s what
the Astrological Symbol commanded them to do to
the peaceful inhabitants:

"Thou shalt smite them, and utterly destroy them; thou shall make
no covenant with them, nor show mercy unto
them ... Ye shall destroy their altars, and break down their
images, and cut down their groves, and burn their graven
images with fire. For thou art an holy people unto the Lord thy
God; and the Lord thy God hath chosen thee to be a
special people unto Him, above all people that are.upon the face
of the earth. The Lord did not set His love upon
you, nor choose you, because you were more in number than any
people, for ye were the fewest of all people"
(Deut. 7:1-71.

The biblical God observed the same rule that is in force today,
to wit: Do others before they do you.

(Continued in the next issue)

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(ED. NOTE - Don't take our word for it; look up these crimes
against humanity in any good encyclopaedia.
Thousands of others never were recorded.)


OF THE greatest philosophers of the Italian Renaissance was
Giordano Bruno (1550-1600). As a young man, he
became a priest in a Dominican monastery, where he was allowed to
study science and philosophy. His brilliant
mind soon discovered the absurdities of many accepted beliefs and
he became engaged in controversies with other
monks who denounced him as a heretic.

In 1576. Bruno escaped from his convent and left Italy in order
todevote himself to teaching. He visited most of
the principal cities of Europe and received various appointments
at royal courts and famous universities. His
ideas became preserved in the many books he wrote.

Bruno believed in an.infinite universe with many solar systems
such as ours. He believed in visible and invisible
worlds inhabited by many kinds of life and surrounded by the
Universal Mind that links all forms of life to each

Bruno also taught that Jesus performed His miracles by utilizing
natural magic. He believed in reincarnation as
the result of the kinship of all souls. Altho Bruno never
attacked his church. his doctrines were condemned and he
was put on the"wanted list".

In 1591. Bruno accepted the hospitality of Moncenigo, a wealthy
Venetian who betrayed him to the Inquisition.
The Pope himself requested the extradition of Bruno and had him
imprisoned in a Roman fortress. Bruno retracted
his heretical opinions, but his captors did not release him.

Realizing he would remain a prisoner for the rest of his
life-with his only alternative a fiery
death-Bruno chose death by reaffirming 'his heretical beliefs. He
was condemned to be burned
alive at the stake by Pope Clement VIII . After hearing his
sentence, Bruno told the
judges:"You are afraid of this more than I."

On Feb. 17, 1600, Giordano Bruno was taken to the Campo Di Fiori
in Rome where a crowd
waited to see the execution of a heretic. A wooden gag was put in
his mouth to prevent him
from speaking to the crowd. Chained to the stake, he quietly died
after he was surrounded by

Today, the place of his death is marked by a monument erected in
his honor, while his
theories are being reaffirmed by a steadily increasing number of
modern thinkers.

Before asking your doctor for a longevity recipe, wait and see
how long he lives. You save
money. and maybe a few years, that way.

10 The ABERREE iAPRIL, 1961