IT’S EASY to criticize the Hebrews of Moses’ day for their lack of faith. After all, hadn’t they seen the plagues that compelled Egypt to let them go, the parting of the Red Sea, and the manna that miraculously appeared six days a week?
Scientists have proposed that life was seeded on Earth by carbon floating into our atmosphere from a burned-out star. We also discuss Arthur C. Clarke’s 2001 and 2010, the importance of Saturn (the planet and the god).
SYMBOLS OF the fallen realm are a theme of this week’s program, in which we whipsaw from a few brief comments on the passing of Dr. Stephen Hawking to discussions of horned gods and prophecies of the old gods’ return.
Archaeology is showing that Cernunnos, the Celtic horned god, probably originated in the Near East as Kronos, king of the Titans, who was El, creator-god of the Canaanites, and Enlil, the chief god of ancient Sumer.