The Star Lore of Babylon (Pamphlet) 0-89314-868-7
Transcribed from a lecture delivered at the Town-Hall Metaphysical Library, San Francisco, May, 1950. Manly Hall discusses the origins of astrology among the peoples of Chaldea and Babylon, as referenced by the findings of Sir A.E. Wallis Budge.
p.29 -- "By the use of their key, which was that the celestial river corresponded with the terrestrial Nile, we can distribute the constellations in their order up on the surface of the earth. As a result, the star group of The Serpent falls over Mexico, the land of the feathered snake; the constellation of the Eagle lies across the United States, and the constellation of the Bear is in the heavens above Russia."
Layout & Design by: Paul Kjell Austad
ISBN: 0-89314-868-7 | Illustrated Pamphlet (8.4″ x 6.9″). 30 pages