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The magically minded If ou re skeptical of the occult but interested in the role of the supernatural in human history this would be a good book for ouOne of the best things about this book is the author s willingness to tackle both ancient and modern celestial mythology While he covers topics like Amerindian legends about Orion and similar topics he also addresses celestial mythology While he covers topics like Amerindian legends about Orion and similar topics he also addresses UFO lore I was surprised pleased and intrigued by the author s accounts of interviewing starseeds and UFO contactees Now I m ambivalent about the whole idea of ETs and UFOs except in sci fi Maybe they exist Maybe not Still I greatly enjoyed reading IMBROGNO S ACCOUNTS OF HIS INTERACTIONS s accounts of his interactions UFO enthusiasts His tone is always somewhat skeptical of their claims but he never seems to poke fun and is respectful My favorite chapter focused on comets and their effects on society and described in detail the Heavens Gate tragedy and related space cults Heavy stuff and a bit disturbing to read As someone who grew up while all that was happening and had nightmares about Heavens Gate when it happened though I found this part intriguing I had expected this chapter to benightmare fuel but really Imbrogno does an excellent job and avoids sensationalismImbrogno demystifies some of the relationships between celestial events charismatic leaders cults and superstition in the most gentle way possible He s also good at connecting Fortean events throughout history and explaining the socio psychological very human processes behind themAt times Imbrogno s writing seems to throw bit after bit at ou and it can be a bit overwhelming Certain topics could be covered indepth and descriptions of scientific phenomena most people already understand get a bit tedious I still recommend this book for the celestial minded witch or any open minded person interested in celestial mythology and the cosmos I really wish I could ve read something this good when I was a little kid obsessed with UFOs and constellations You might find it strange but I also think this book would be a good gift for a child interested in space UFOs or mythology As mentioned he does a good job of explaining concepts that many adults take for granted and his jovial tone would hold many kids interest. Pernatural beings Learn about the role of the heavens in ancient Greek philosophy as well as fascinating insights from the early astronomers of China and India Whether The Case Book Of Abee Normal Paranormal Investigations Volume 2 you re a serious observer of the skies or someone with a casual interest this book shares perspectives and ideas that will changeour relationship with the strange heavens foreve.

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HistoryI loved the contention that many scientists disregarded many myths and legends by old cultures because their theories seemed too outrageous or unbelievable only for them to become mostly true eat itThe book is divided up into different sections regarding major topics such as the moon and the sunI learnt a coupl Some super interesting tidbits about our solar system and it s various inhabitants as well as the mythological beliefs held by many different cultures throughout our Earth s historyI loved the contention that many scientists cultures throughout our Earth s historyI loved the contention that many scientists many myths and legends by old cultures because their theories seemed too outrageous or unbelievable only for them to become mostly true eat itthe them to become mostly true eat itThe is divided up into different sections regarding major topics such as the moon and the sunI learnt a couple of super cool things while reading this too Honey moon is called such because it is thought to be the month of marriage that is the sweetestALSO our sun could possible have a companion star on the other side that we ve never seen Celestial magick is a cornerstone of my current occult practices and that astrology is of perennial interest to me Truthfully such things have interested me since a Wolves In The Desert young age As a little girl I had a lot of fun with a small telescope in my driveway and have always enjoyed the mythos of the heavens legends of the constellations and stories of far flung worlds It seems like Philip J Imbrogno had similar experiences leading him to write Strange Heavens Strange Heavens is not an occult b Celestial magick is a cornerstone of my current occult practices and that astrology is of perennial interest to me Truthfully such things have interested me since aoung age As a little girl I had a lot of fun with a small telescope in my driveway and have always enjoyed the mythos of the heavens legends of the constellations and stories of far flung worlds It seems like Philip J Imbrogno had similar experiences leading him to write Strange Heavens Strange Heavens is not an occult book per se It is not a guide to magick astrology or anything like that Rather I would consider this book primarily about myths and legends An excellent companion for any celestial witch but not specifically geared towards. On a journey through time as he describes the ancient fascination with the constellations and the Milky Way the influence of the great astronomers and explorers of the Renaissance the evolution of science fiction and the role of space in the popular imagination Discover uniue perspectives on the role of gods goddesses aliens angels and other su. .
This was a very interesting book I enjoyed all of the information I got from reading the bookI liked that it explained how to look at the skies for information and explains a lot of the myths and theories out there Strange Heavens by Philip J Imbrogno is a love letter to the sky This book looks at the historical physiological psychological and psychic connections civilizations have had with the sky over time In essence this is a biography of the celestial heavens The author makes no effort to hide his investigative work into UFOs so this is biography of the celestial heavens The author makes no effort to hide his investigative work into UFOs so this is discussed throughout which needs to be included if this is meant to be a complete story about the sky I enjoyed a deeper look at the constellations and a Strange Heavens by Philip J Imbrogno is a love letter to the sky This book looks at the historical physiological psychological and psychic connections civilizations have had with the sky over time In essence this is a biography of the celestial heavens The author makes no effort to hide his investigative work into UFOs so this is also discussed throughout which needs to be included if this is meant to be a complete story about the sky I enjoyed a deeper look at to be a complete story about the sky I enjoyed a deeper look at constellations and a deeper look at the mythologies and fascination with Sirius the Pleiades Orion the luminaries and comets The book ended a little abruptly and I presume this is because it isn t finished so I would look forward to reading a conclusion If Knowing God The Father you are someone who had stared up at the starry expanse of the sky wondering what s up there surely Strange Heavens will be able to answer many ofour uestions There is a lot of love in this book MrImbrogno has written a concise and beautiful book about how the human race has seen the night sky 5 stars because it s a book I would buy and re read again I really enjoyed reacuainting with the myths I m familiar with and learning about the ones previously unknown to me I thought the author was a voice of reason respecting everyone s beliefs and et clearly separating out the cases that warranted special attention in his opinion Some super interesting tidbits about our solar system and it s various inhabitants as well as the mythological beliefs held by many different cultures throughout our Earth The Wonders of the Sky at NightYou ll Never Look at the Stars the Same Way AgainThe infinite expanse of the night sky has long been the source of mystery and wonder Strange Heavens explores the myths religions and spiritual experiences that have emerged from humanity s profound relationship with the celestial sphere Join author Philip J Imbrogno. .
Strange Heavens: The Celestial Sphere and Its Influence on Mythology, Religion, and Belief in the Paranormal