The Hidden Manna
The language of St John’s Revelations is fully zodiacal and it was familiar to the author.With a professional background in astrology and cosmology, Thea had no difficulty in finding the lost key to decipher its symbolism.
Whereas Christians use the text to support the belief in ‘a second coming of the Christ’, Thea states, ‘I saw the matter differently…’.
In her seeing, the prophet John, who is writing in the early Piscean Age (234 BCE through 1926 AD), describes how the heavenly harmonies will become rooted on our own planet. This was no vision of a transcendent heaven.
Thea draws from the myths of the Puranas, particularly the Skanda Purana, to show how John’s prophecies have been fulfilled in our own Aquarian Age. The Hidden Manna is a confirmation of Sri Aurobindo’s vision of the establishment of a divine life here on Earth.
The Zodiacal wisdom in John’s Revelation has not been detected because this ancient wisdom was lost, we have not known what to look for. Thea sees through the veils that have obscured the meaning of this text; step by step she teaches how the ancients revealed their connection to the cosmos through the use of allegory and myth, through man’s oldest language, the Zodiac.
This perennial knowledge appears not only in John’s Revelation, but also in the oldest Scripture in the world, the Rig Veda. In both these ‘books of knowledge’ Thea reveals the central tenet of our cosmos, that it lives and evolves, it is born of motion and is subject to change.
For example, John’s Revelations, like the Rig Vedic Scriptures, is an example of a seer’s vision of cosmic Truth. Central to the vision are ‘the four beasts’, cosmic symbols well known too the civilization from which they arose: the Lion, the Bull, the Face of man, and the Scorpion.
They are the four fixed signs of the zodiac, Leo, Taurus, Aquarius and Scorpio. Thea shows their connection to the Precession of the Ages, which is the exact time when the Evolutionary Avatar makes his descent to Earth, every 6420 years.
For more information on Thea’s books and research centre, see www.aeoncentre.com and/or www.aeongroup.com
- Paperback: 410 pages
- Publisher: White Falcon Publishing; 1 edition (2021)
- Author: Patrizia Norelli-Bachelet (Thea)
- ISBN-13: 9781636403281
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 1 x 7 Inches
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