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Astrotheology shows that the logic of the Creator is written in the stars. The word ‘astro’ originated from Greek and refers to the stars. Next, the word ‘theos’, also originating from Greek, refers to the overall Creator, also named as God. Thirdly, the word ‘logos’, again originating from Greek, refers to the logic. In short, “the stars show the logic of God” is the literal meaning of Astrotheology. In this second live online broadcast of Pateo TV, host Johan Oldenkamp explained the essence of Astrotheology from the Wholly Science point of view.
On December 8, 2013, Johan revealed the whole truth about Leonardo da Vinci’s famous painting titled “The Last Supper” in an online presentation. In this episode of Pateo TV, he went into greater detail. Most likely, this scientific explanation will blow you away! (more…)
The special guest for this broadcast of Pateo Radio was Ruth Ramos de Smith. She sees herself essentially as a mother, a wife, and a lover of nature. For more than 20 years, Ruth has been in the search for spiritual truths. That search has lead her to many different paths, including being part of an organized religion, the Baha’i faith. In 2011, soon after moving to Portugal, where she currently resides, Ruth came across the knowledge of Astrotheology, a science she now pursues with great passion and diligence. Ruth and her husband own an organic farm in central Portugal where they put permaculture in action. In this episode of the Pateo Radio talk show, Ruth and host Johan Oldenkamp talked about their common ground, which is Astrotheology (click here for on introduction video of two hours on Astrotheology by Johan). For more on this, visit the websites of Astrotheology Radio.com (link) and The School of the Holy Science.org (link). (more…)
The special guest for this broadcast of Pateo Radio was Santos Bonacci (1963). Santos is also known as Mister Astrotheology, which is the name of his youtube channel: MrAstrotheology (link). In his fascinating work, Santos combines his in-depth understanding of theology including all other mythical stories with his profound knowledge of the celestial world (the stars and the planets). Santos and Johan were the first two contributors to the School of The Holy Science.org. Santos is also affiliated with the Pateo Academia (link). (more…)