Let There Be Darkness:
The Reign Of The Swastika.
By Professor Lewis Greenberg
A new series of books
sponsored by Cosmos & Chronos
Volume I now available
A handsome book, edited and formatted by Dwardu Cardona under the auspices of Cosmos and Chronos, this work by Professor Lewis Greenberg traces the history of the swastika, from the archaeological strata of Hissarlik (Troy), the artifacts of the Indus Valley civilization, Greece, Rome, and elsewhere in the ancient world, down to its use in Jewish synagogues. It sheds insight on its occultist use by various secret societies and its eventual infiltration into Hitler¹s Nazi regime. It also includes an important section on the origin of the emblem as a primeval celestial apparition and its association with the Saturnian configuration. A work of art, erudition, and original insights - a must.
"The exposition and writing [of this book] are clear and orderly, and the documentation is massive and
convincing. The subject matter itself is extremely important, and has badly needed the in-depth
treatment that Lewis [Greenberg] has been able to provide Velikovsky wrote relatively little about
the Holocaust, Hitler, or the Nazi period in general. He was never quite prepared to apply his own
theories to such material in the thorough-going way that was needed; indeed, he may never have
realized just how relevant his theories were here For many years, Lewis has been in the forefront
of applying to these neglected materials the very theories that many of us profess. This has often meant
bringing together evidence heretofore scattered over many centuries and many fields. Furthermore,
it has meant understanding the significance of that evidence, and even understanding why something
or other is evidence [This book] is a rich blending of history, myth, symbolism, psychology, and
much else. Even Saturn and the golden age!"
Lynn E. Rose
"[Lewis Greenberg] might become a power hitter among the Saturnians."
Also in this series:
Vol II: Sun, Moon, and Sothis:
A Study of Calendars and Calendar Reforms in Ancient Egypt
by Lynn E Rose.
Vol III: Predicting The Past: An Exploration of Myth, Science, and Prehistory
By Roger William Wescott