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Appendix E - Mysteries of the Sacred Universe


I am writing you to let you know of the new publication, Mysteries of the Sacred Universe, the latest book by Richard L. Thompson (Sadaputa Das), author of many books of science and India's ancient wisdom.

Optional CD-ROM which runs on the Windows platform, with 260 color pictures, 23 computer graphics animations, 13 interactive pictures sequences, and a 48-minute video summarizing the entire work. (The video is also available on a video tape.)

For more information, including how to order, see our web site at: http://www.sacreduniverse.com

Brief description: From the flat earth to the sun's chariot, traditional spiritual texts often seem wedded to outmoded cosmologies that show, at best, the scientific limitations of their authors. The Bhagavata Purana, one of the classical scriptures of Hinduism, seems, at first glance, to be no exception. However, a closer examination of this text reveals unexpected depths of knowledge in ancient cosmology. Mysteries of the Sacred Universe shows that the cosmology of the Bhagavata Purana is a sophisticated system, with multiple levels of meaning that encode at least four different astronomical, geographical, and spiritual world models.

By viewing the text in the light of modern astronomy, Richard Thompson shows how ancient scientists expressed exact knowledge in apparently mythological terms. Comparison with the ancient traditions of Egypt and the Near East shows early cultural connections between India and these regions-including a surprisingly advanced science. However, quantitative science is only part of the picture. Mysteries of the Sacred Universe also offers a clear understanding of how the spiritual dimension was integrated into ancient Indian cosmology.

For information on the other books of Richard L. Thompson (Sadaputa Das), see our web site at: http://nersp.nerdc.ufl.edu/~ghi/

Thank you for your kind attention.

Sincerely yours,

Chris Beetle (Krishna-kripa Das)

Govardhan Hill Publishing

e-mail: ghi@nersp.nerdc.ufl.edu

WWW: http://nersp.nerdc.ufl.edu/~ghi/


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