Sorry, I have been very busy, but managed to skim the first 200 pages and skipped to the chapter on Daniel. As soon as my life slows down, I plan to purchase the paper version so I can read it slowly and make notes. I've read most of John Michell's books. The first was City of Revelation. He explained The Great Year in a way that I was able to grapple with. My interest is in Biblical references to Precession. I attended a conference on Precession and Ancient Knowledge arranged by Walter Cruttenden about three years ago. I met Graham there who is also one of my favorite authors. I can't say that I understand all of your concepts but I feel you are right on the flood being a reference to the celestial sea. "As there was a celestial ocean from which came rain, any traveling in the heavenly realms would by necessity be by boat." I've got a couple of crates of notes from the Bible. I discovered only this past year that there is a term for what I was doing, Astrotheology. The Book of Jonah is a classic example referencing the Great Year. You have a great city, Nineveh, which is a lexagram, (in Heaven), a great storm, and a great fish. The cuneiform symbol for Nineveh is, fish in a house, or Pisces. I think that the Great City in Heaven, the boat that Jonah boarded, and the Great Fish are all allegorical references to planet earth and the Great Storm was a celestial storm in the celestial ocean dealing with precession. Perhaps the Genesis flood story is being repeated in the Book of Jonah. I suspect I want be able to get and fully read your book until after your month here is up.
Wishing you and Steve the best