Why did ancient cultures around the world identify the planet Venus as a great comet?
One of the leading comparative mythologists to explore this question is Ev Cochrane, a colleague for several decades of David Talbott and the late Dwardu Cardona.
As Cochrane exhaustively outlined in his books "Martian Metamorphoses and the Many Face of Venus," the relationship between Mars and Venus is just one extraordinary clue to the celestial catastrophes recorded in ancient testimony.
In part one of this two-part presentation, Cochrane begins by explaining the genesis of his own remarkable research:
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