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The Aghion Pantheon Hellenic Astrology School, an on-line study and discussion course moderated by Astrologer Billy Barth, and Gitana Gerondas, a Hellenismos teacher.
Traditional Hellenic polytheism for many ancient Greeks was the basis for their cosmologically based religion. We believe, as many of the ancients did, that the heavenly bodies, the Sun and planets, are living beings: Gods and Goddesses.
One thing common to every person on this planet, no matter what their religion, or race, or belief, is their astrological birth chart. Your chart is your unique birthright, and the single most important document you will ever possess.
A careful study of it will prove to you that those divine beings we call planets are in fact the source of all of your characteristics, physical, intellectual, emotional, and spiritual. Armed with this spiritual weapon, like Athena, you will never have fear of the ignorant, the extremist, or even death itself.
You will be able to use the scientific method, employ logic and reason, not from the poor vantage point of humanist atheism, but from the rich, living traditions past civilizations.
The clash of religions is a very real threat today. People want to know what to believe. "Know thyself" is Apollo's maxim. More and more people are becoming aware of the Astrological Imperative: study your birthchart.
Are you a doubter? If so, you are in great danger of losing your skepticism here, so beware. This is sacred ground. Enter. . . .

Xairete! Billy Barth and Gitana Gerondas, moderators. www.billybarth.com

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  • Astrology
  • Sep 25, 2003
  • English

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