Astronomy in the Origins of Religion:Do the interactions between astronomy and religion, beginning in prehistory, form a distinct religious tradition?

Taylorian, Brandon Reece (2020) Astronomy in the Origins of Religion:Do the interactions between astronomy and religion, beginning in prehistory, form a distinct religious tradition? PhD thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

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Abstract

In the dissertation for his Master's of Arts degree from the University of Central Lancashire, Cometan introduced and thoroughly explored his theory of the existence of the oldest religious tradition based on astronomical observation which he titles the Astronic tradition, or Astronicism. In this work, which received a Distinction Grade of 87 following its examination, Cometan discovers that astronomy and religion were indeed intertwined in prehistoric and ancient times. Through archaeological evidence, Cometan makes the case for the existence of an Astronic religious tradition stretching back to the Upper Palaeolithic period of the Stone Age some 40,000 years ago.

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Thesis (PhD)
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09 Jun 2023 08:20
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