Richard Heath delves into ancient goddess-centered cultures predating Pythagoras and Plato, decoding cosmological secrets on Malta, Gobekli Tepe, and Crete. Detailing how female astronomers built megaliths to study celestial bodies, he uncovers the astronomy of the goddesses encoded in temple geometries. Examining Maltese and Cretan artifacts, Heath reveals the shift from sacred geometry to arithmetic, paralleling the transition from matriarchy to patriarchy. Greek myths and early Christian influences are explored, demonstrating the preservation of goddess-centered astronomy. Heath concludes by highlighting how ancient astronomers understood Earth’s unique design to support intelligent life.
|20.30 × 25.40 cm