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The sun is God.  Mr Turner 2014 starring Timothy Spall & Dorothy Atkinson & Marion Bailey & Paul Jesson & Lesley Manville & Martin Savage & Ruth Sheen & Karl Johnson & Sandy Foster & Amy Dawson et al, director Mike Leigh

 

 

I’ve begun worshipping the sun for a number of reasons.  First of all, unlike some other gods I could mention, I can see the sun.  It’s there for me every day.  And the things it brings me are quite apparent all the time: heat, light, food, and a lovely day.  There’s no mystery, no-one asks for money, I don’t have to dress up, and there’s no boring pageantry.  And interestingly enough, I have found that the prayers I offer to the sun and the prayers I formerly offered to ‘God’ are all answered at about the same 50% rate.  George Carlin, Brain Droppings

 

 

If I had to choose a religion, the sun as the universal giver of life would be my god.  Napoleon Bonaparte

 

 

Real people and real ceremonies.  Our magician in the grave was a priest in the cult of the sun.  His job was to keep the sun rising in the sky.  Because in the Bronze Age magic and religion were one and the same.  Richard Rudgley, Pagans: Magic Moments, Channel 4 2004  

 

 

Is the sun dimmed, that gnats do fly in it?  William Shakespeare, Titus Andronicus IV iv 82

 

 

When he shall die,
Take him and cut him out in little stars,
And he will make the face of heaven so fine
That all the world will be in love with night
And pay no worship to the garish sun.  William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet III ii @21

 

 

As full of spirit as the month of May,

And gorgeous as the sun at midsummer.  William Shakespeare, I Henry IV IV i 102-103, Vernon to Hotspur

 

Worse than the sun in March,

This praise doth nourish agues.  ibid.  IV i 112-113, Hotspur to Vernon

 

How bloody the sun begins to peer

Above yon bulky hill!  The day looks pale

At his distemprature.  ibid.  V i 1-3, King Henry to Prince Harry et al

 

 

I am too much i’ the sun.  William Shakespeare, Hamlet I ii 67, Hamlet to Claudius

 

 

The self-same sun that shines upon his court

Hides not his visage from our cottage, but

Looks on alike.  William Shakespeare, The Winter’s Tale IV iii 457

 

 

The love that moves the sun and the other stars.  Dante Alighieri

 

 

The bright sun was extinguish’d, and the stars
Did wander darkling in the eternal space.  Lord Byron

 

 

The adoration of the sun was one of the earliest and most natural forms of religious expression ... From a deep philosophic consideration of the powers and principles of the sun has come the concept of the Trinity as it is understood in the world today ... This orb, being the symbol of all Light, has three distinct phases: rising, midday and setting.  The coming of the sun was hailed with joy; the time of its departure was viewed as a period to be set aside for sorrow and unhappiness.  Manly Palmer Hall, The Secret Teaching of All Ages

 

 

What soul was his, when from the naked top

Of some bold headland, he beheld the sun

Rise up, and bathe the world in light!  William Wordsworth, The Excursion 1827 ed

 

 

Queen and huntress, chaste and fair,

Now the sun is laid to sleep,

Seated in thy silver chair,

State in wonted manner keep:

Hesperus entreats thy light,

Goddess, excellently bright.  Ben Jonson, Cynthia’s Revels, 1600

 

 

Suns, that set, may rise again;

But if once we lost this light,

’Tis with us perpetual night.  Ben Jonson, Volpone, 1606

 

 

The sun that warmed our stooping backs and

Withered the weeds uprooted –

We shall not feel it again

We shall die in darkness and be buried in the rain.  Edna St Vincent Millay, Justice Denied in Massachusetts, re execution of Sacco & Vanetti

 

 

And when the rising sun has first breathed on us with his panting horses, over there the red evening-star is lighting his late lamps.  Virgil, Georgics

 

 

Nothing could be more lonely and nothing more beautiful than the view at nightfall across the prairies to these huge hill masses, when the lengthening shadows had at last merged into one and the faint after-glow of the red sunset filled the west.  Theodore Roosevelt

 

 

The implications of the Rising Sun are horrendous ... Much of the symbolism goes back to the prehistoric and ancient world.  I dont believe theres ever been a symbol used more frequently and more widely used ... It is also a very important symbol in the occult societies of freemasonry ... To symbolise that coming of an Age of Enlightenment that would be dominated by the different various societies.  Jordan Maxwell, recorded interview

 

 

The coming of the Sun the next morning was always something to look forward to.  That brought warmth and brought light and brought security.  And around that concept grew a whole religial-political philosophy of the coming of the Sun.  God’s Sun – the light of the world.  Jordan Maxwell, radio interview Bill Cooper

 

 

Christianity is sun worship based on astrology.  Jordan Maxwell, Project Camelot Conference September 2009

 

 

Deus Sol Invictus, the unconquered sun-god, was the sun-god of the Roman empire.  The cult was created by the Roman emperor Aurelian, and offered prayers and sacrifices to the spirit of the sun.  The spirit of the sun has a name: it is called The Solar Logos, and it is this spirit which the Roman Sol Invictus cult prayed to.  The Romans held a festival on December 25th called Deus Natalis Solis Invicti, the birthday of the unconquered sun.  This festival has been transformed over time and is now called Christmas.  Chris Everard, Spirit World II

 

Many Satanists throughout history have performed rituals to invoke the negative aspect of the Solar Logos personality.  The negative and destructive aspect of the Solar Logos is known by all black magicians as the Black Sun.  In the ancient world an eclipse was considered to be a time when the negative aspect of the suns spirit could be visibly seen.  And across the world millions of animals, men, women and children were sacrificed at the time of the eclipse, or the Black Sun.  Worship of the destructive spirit of the Black Sun is still going on to this day.  For example, the iron cross of the Nazis is a symbol of the Black Sun.  And so too was the roundtable of King Arthur.  ibid.

 

 

But there was also a more pointed, millennial assumption that, on the new day that was dawning, the sun would never set.  Early during the French upheaval was born a solar myth of the revolution, suggesting that the sun was rising on a new era in which darkness would vanish forever.  James H Billington, Fire in the Minds of Men

 

 

Whereas you, Galileo, were denounced to this Holy Office for holding as true the false doctrine taught by some that the Sun is the centre of the world.  Following the position of Copernicus, which are contrary to the true sense and authority of Holy Scripture.  Catholic Church charge against Galileo 

 

 

The sun is a star.  By and large it’s fairly typical of its class of stars.  And it’s probably five billion years old.  Harold Zirin, Big Bear Solar Observatory

 

 

A helium atom weighs a little bit less than four hydrogen atoms.  And if you use Einstein’s good old formula E = MC² that means you get a whole lot of energy for just that little bit of mass.  Harold Zirin

 

 

The Sun shines by nuclear fusion: the fusion of four hydrogens into one helium.  First one hydrogen fuses to another, then another, then a fourth.  Helium weighs less than the four hydrogens that went into making it.  What you get out is less than what you put in.  That mass difference is energy that powers the Sun.  Ken Lang, author

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