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The Origins of Religious Belief in Primitive Astrology

This talk exposes the link between primitive astronomy/astrology and religious theology. It aims to demonstrate how all theology is inexorably linked with ancient astrological perceptions, and ultimately, the folly of theological worship. It demonstrates how the very core of theology is steeped in simple naked-eye astronomy and the primitive ideas thereby formed; concepts that were then evolved and used to create a recurring theme of ‘God Child’ in different guises, in nearly all ancient cultures. Its purpose is not to discredit the benefit many people gain from following a theological belief, but to provoke lively debate on the future role of religion in the public realm of politics and education given theology’s demonstrably fictitious foundation.


Mr Michael Lawrence | talks


Date and Time:

28 March 2010 at 3:00 pm


2 hours



Conway Hall
Conway Hall
25 Red Lion Square
0207 242 8034

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