Bushrangers. Gods Of Heaven And Hell
All over the Indo-European language area in one way or another expressions of the pitchblack ruler of the Underworld - i.e. of Hell - are annually celebrated at the end of the old year and the start of the new year. Here it is argued that some Bushrangers, Highwaymen and Outlaws represent Saint Nicholas, his wife and or their son. More
Much of this book consists of quotes - mainly from Wikipedia articles about in particular Bushrangers, with some digressions about Irish / English highwaymen and USA Outlaws. This book makes sense of the information in these quotes and shows how it relates to the gods of Heaven and Underworld and / or what it divulges about them.
The book is written from the perspective that an earlier human species - that of the pagan gods - attained an advanced scientific and technological civilization and that they decided to create a new, improved human species - us - in their laboratoria. It is written from the perspective that Heaven and the Underworld were not imaginary places, but real locations: the first a habitat on top of a space elevator, the second a huge habitat in space, The events happened approximately four thousand years ago.
This book is an independent publication of chapter 41 in my book about Black Pete. It can be read independently from the larger book. Its Introduction is identical to the one in my book about Dick Turpin.
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