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The Many Faces of Venus: The Planet Venus in Ancient Myth and Religion is a soft cover book of 222 pages published by AEON Press.

This book by Ev Cochrane,  a member of the Kronia Group, is an indispensable guide to the mythology of Venus as Queen of Heaven and terrible goddess.  On the subject of Venus as the Great Comet, no other book compares to this exhaustive treatment.

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Preface

1. Introduction
2. The Female Star
3. Inanna
4. Venus in Pawnee Lore
5. Venus in Ancient Art
6. The Saturn Theory
7. Mons Veneris
8. Interlude
9. Aphrodite
10. The Venus-Comet
11. Comet Lore
12. The "Witch Star"
13. The Eye-Goddess
14. Hathor
15. Venus and the Celestial Hereafter
16. Towards a Natural History of Mythology
17. Conclusion

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The present book is the first in a series of volumes exploring the role of the planet Venus in ancient myth and religion. Our ultimate goal is to offer a comparative analysis of Venus-lore and determine whether a consistent and meaningful pattern can be reconstructed from the many seemingly contradictory and incongruous descriptions of the planet. If such a pattern can be demonstrated, important questions arise as to its origin and ultimate significance.

It should be stated at the outset that The Many Faces of Venus is very much a work in progress and more a series of vignettes or snapshots than a full-fledged documentary. This is a direct result of the vastness and complexity of the subject matter. Each of the included chapters, if fully elaborated and properly illustrated, could easily fill a volume on its own. In order to pursue and properly analyze all of the intriguing leads uncovered during the course of this research, dozens of additional chapters would have been necessary. Yet it was necessary to draw the line somewhere, for better or for worse. Rather than delay publication further, the decision was made to forge ahead and give readers a sense of the compelling controversy at hand.

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The Many Faces of Venus                              $20.00

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