Pyron claims that all of the hieroglyphs in Egypt, and all of the Greek mythology and philosophy, and the entire bible were all writing about the same thing - Pyron's astrology birth chart.
Rarely do you ever come across anyone claiming to be Ra, but even if you do, the chances of you coming across someone claiming to be Ra because of an astrology "birth chart" are pretty slim. But such is the case for a man named Pyron, who claims that the astrological natal chart, which is a snapshot of the location of the sun and moon and stars and planets at the time of someone's birth, proves beyond any doubt that he is Ra himself. So I decided to read his 7 page natal chart. He doesn't exactly seem to be schooled in how to write a traditional natal chart, but his approach to writing the 7 pages was very interesting to say the least. I'm not saying that I am a believer or anything, but Pyron basically, in 7 pages of writing, made the entire bible turn into a small astrology natal chart. And I could see it. I've never seen anyone view the entire bible as 1 birth chart before. Pyron took the whole bible and turned it into 1 clear astrological map, in only 7 pages, and it blew my mind. He also gave a new perspective on how ancient Egyptians viewed astrology, and how the bible is all astrological calculations regarding the natal chart of 1 man.
So my main question about Pyron's interesting natal chart is this - Pyron's approach to astrology is not to plot out the position of the stars, but rather to rearrange the stars however he wants, do you think that rearranging the position of stars was the original concept of astrology?
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