Rafael Dy-Liacco of Ateneo Theology Department: Astronomy in the Books of Haggai, Zechariah, and Revelation

SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES
THE NEW RESEARCH FORUM SERIES

I. New Insights and Discoveries on the Book of Revelation

Made Under the SOH Dean’s Research Grants
Markus Locker and Rafael Dy-Liacco, Theology Department
Reactor: Eduardo Jose Calasanz, Philosophy Department
Friday January 28, 4:30?6:00, Soc Sci Case Study Room
Open to the Public

Path of Halley's Comet in A.D. 66

RAFAEL DY-LIACCO has discovered and decoded major astral references in the Old Testament Books of Haggai and Zechariah, and in John of Patmos’s New Testament Book of Revelation. DY-LIACCO’S discoveries indicate the existence of a previously unperceived Biblical sky reading tradition that began in the early years of Judaism and that ended in the early years of Christianity. In the process of making these discoveries, DY-LIACCO has also decoded the astral significance of the famous “Seal of Adda,” an Akkadian cylinder seal of unusual iconography dating to 2300 B.C. DY-LIACCO’s research has required a multidisciplinary approach that has involved not only the careful analysis of the Biblical texts and the study of Babylonian divination, mythology, and astronomy, but also the close reading of ancient historical texts, the use of modern astronomical software, of cometary orbital data obtained from articles in the NASA Astrophysical Database, and the use of studies on ancient archaeology, agriculture, and botany, and on global climate change over the last 6000 years.

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3 Responses to Rafael Dy-Liacco of Ateneo Theology Department: Astronomy in the Books of Haggai, Zechariah, and Revelation

  1. chin says:

    my friend what was recently discovered by scientists of today were just only being rediscovered again…may God help you shed light on your discovery..God bless..!

  2. Menchie says:

    I’m not commenting on this but on your recent statement about conscience. Personally I felt sad and tired when I saw the full-page excerpt of the 192 ADMU professors’ position about the RH bill. But when I found out about you and your 2 other co-professors’ statement, I felt a breath of needed fresh air and really want to thank the three of you for your bravery, honesty and intelligence! Indeed Lux Domini in ADMU!

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