The Liberator-God in Ancient Religion: Salvation and Resurrection of the Initiated

Resurrection of the DEAD and the Liberation of MAN in the MYSTERIES.  Ipsa scientia potestas est “Knowledge itself is power.” (Francis Bacon, Meditationes Sacrae, 1597) The Drama of Graduation in the Mysteries Think only the Greeks and Romans celebrated “the MYSTERIES?” I must be INITIATED, ere I die!! —Aristophanes, Eirene (“Peace” Comedy). The INITIATED, are the “just.”—Aristophanes. “Open your ears, O ye Initiated,…

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Hecate and Diana, the Triune Genetrix and Saviour in the Mysteries

Heterodox Theology: Hecate and Diana Along the path Hecate, who is Deity, when depicted as goddess of Death (lunar), she is yet the giver of Life (divine) greets. Hecate, the triple-headed — “The Divine Mother,” MORNING STAR (Stella matutina) — QUEEN OF HEAVEN, the Immaculate Virgin Goddess, the MYSTERY. From whence comes the Immaculate Goddess. In another sense,…

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Did Jesus Even Exist? | Richard Carrier

Mythicists vary in their viewpoints, but there are central similarities. Nevertheless, there is not much difference from our findings, than from Richard Carrier, despite him approaching it from the Atheist standpoint, which doesn’t really matter. I do think one well-versed in Occult symbolism and the aims and purposes of the ‘Ancient Mysteries’ are more capable…

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Theology: The Science of Religion and Study of God

Theology. term dating to the mid 14 c., “meaning the science of religion, study of God, and his relationship to humanity.” It comes from the old French, theologie, or “philosophical study of the Christian doctrine; scripture.  Also from the Latin, theologia and the Greek theologia, meaning “an account of the gods.” A theologos is “one discoursing on the…

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