SEEKING THE PRIMORDIAL: Exploring Root Concepts of Cosmological Creation Book
By Laird Scranton
(Science of the Dogon; Velikovsky Heresies; Cosmological Origins of Myth and
Symbol; The Mystery of Skara Brae)
Einstein believed that matter must arise from a simple set of physical
dynamics. So did many of the classic ancient creation traditions, such as the
Buddhist and Hindu traditions in India, the Kabbalist tradition of Judaism, and
the Dogon and Egyptian creation traditions of Africa. Techniques of comparative
cosmology help us to align those processes with likely scientific counterparts,
based on a consensus of ancient views.
What's revealed are new and compelling
perspectives on how our universe is said to interact with a non-material twin
universe, how the dimensions of time and space are understood to emerge from
non-materiality, and how these seemingly scientific archaic concepts formed an
enduring foundation for ancient and modern religion.
6X9 P/B, 220 pp.