The Ancient Religion of the Sun: The Wisdom Bringers and the Lost Civilization of the Sun by Lara Atwood is a newly released book that delves deep into antiquity in an effort to retrace the origins, spread, and practice of the Religion of the Sun.
The book covers topics such as: why many ancient cultures venerated the sun, when and where this religion originated from, accounts of the spread and practice of this religion within the Egyptian, Mesopotamian, Vedic, Persian, European and Nordic cultures, as well as within the Americas, Easter Island, and much more. It goes over key archeological, historical, genetic, and linguistic evidence on these subjects, as well as references from sacred texts, illustrations and photos, and more.
It’s exciting to have a book dedicated to unraveling the tale and legacy of a forgotten sacred past, tying together the reasons why common symbols, religious practices and beliefs, megalithic structures and sacred sites, mythologies and oral traditions can be found throughout much of the world.
From the book:
“Although unknown to most, the Religion of the Sun, and the Lost Civilization of the Sun that carried it, is the richest source of ancient wisdom and mythology in the world. Its influence upon our own civilization cannot be understated. Even though its days of former glory have vanished—so far back in time as to have entered the realm of myth—its spiritual wisdom can still be read in ancient sites, sacred texts, and living creation—and the actual practice of the Religion of the Sun has been made possible again today.”
— The Ancient Religion of the Sun, Lara Atwood
The Ancient Religion of the Sun has just been added to our recommended resources section, and more information about the book and where it can be purchased (royalty-free) can be found here: