New book reveals ancient astrological origins of Great Flood story
'Heavenly Flood' from S.H. Scholar uncovers the influence of Mesopotamian astrology on the Biblical story of Noah's Ark and the Great Flood
By: S.H. Scholar
The story evolved over time and across cultures, eventually achieving fame in the West with the retelling found in the book of Genesis in the Bible's Old Testament.
Now, independent researcher S.H. Scholar is revealing new research on the origins of the enigmatic Biblical flood story in his book, "Heavenly Flood: The Fascinating Astrological Origins of Noah's Ark and the Great Flood." In the book, Scholar exposes the influence of Mesopotamian astrology on the development of the timeless Great Flood story.
According to Scholar, the Great Flood tale was first transcribed on clay tablets 2,500 years before the Biblical version of the story was authored. Heavenly Flood shares fascinating new information about the evolution of a story that changed the world, detailing new discoveries in the fields of Near Eastern archeology, ancient religion, astronomy, and astrolatry to shed light on this timeless tale.
The easy-to-read book, written to be enjoyed by readers of all ages and backgrounds, includes early versions of the Great Flood story and shares how archeological discoveries reveal the history of great deluge stories as the story was adopted by new cultures, including the Sumerians, Akkadians, Babylonians, and Assyrians. The story gradually changed over the following millennia to reflect astronomical observations.
"I'm so excited and honored to now share one of history's greatest secrets with readers everywhere,"
Heavenly Flood is now available in paperback format on Amazon at https://www.amazon.com/
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