Columbia (American Minerva) and the Fasces in “Reconstruction” for Equal Rights (1868), Harper’s Weekly | Artist Thomas Nast

“Reconstruction” by German-born American political cartoonist, Thomas Nast illustrates the Southern states being brought back into order with the North into the ancient symbol of collective power and fraternity, the fasces, and the nation’s motto, E Pluribus Unum (“Out of Many, One”). The symbolism of Columbia (America) depicted in Thomas Nast’s cartoon illustrations are highly Continue reading Columbia (American Minerva) and the Fasces in “Reconstruction” for Equal Rights (1868), Harper’s Weekly | Artist Thomas Nast

Everything About Lucifer in Ancient Mythology I

The term Lucifer (Septuagint translation of Helel ben Shaḥar) is used in the Torah in reference to the King of Babylon. The myth of the King of Babylon is derived from a Babylonian or Hebrew sidereal or star-myth (similar to the Greek myth of Helio’s son, Phaéthōn). In times then, stars were regarded as celestial beings, but Continue reading Everything About Lucifer in Ancient Mythology I

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

The Decade and Matrix in Theosophy and the Pythagorean Science of Numbers

From the INFINITE SPACE (the No Number, ZERO) preceded all the numbers, which contain in the DECADE (ten)†, all the Universe. That which the ancients called FATHER-MOTHER, is the visible, and invisible expanse of NIGHT beyond the earth and sky, i.e., Space and Substance. It is the Universal MATRIX (Devimatri), from which all her spawn (Nebula, Suns, Stars, and Planets) were gradually born. They Continue reading The Decade and Matrix in Theosophy and the Pythagorean Science of Numbers

Luciferous Protogonos, The God the Ancients Call “The First-Born”

LUCIFEROUS PROTOGONOS, THE GOD THE ANCIENTS CALL “THE FIRST-BORN” —♦— LUCIFEROUS refers to the radiance of the first-principle born from the Great Mother and Father-GOD of nearly every ancient cosmogony. This will attempt to give a different meaning of lucifer, or the morning star, based on the Graeco-Roman MYSTERIES, as was known under the titles Phanes, Archeus, Apollo, Continue reading Luciferous Protogonos, The God the Ancients Call “The First-Born”

Sun and Lunar Worship: Adonai, Baal and Moloch in the Mysteries

ADONAI, BAAL AND MOLOCH IN THE MYSTERIES ANCIENT WORSHIP IN SYRIA. DETAILED EXPLANATION OF ANCIENT SUN-GODS. GODS AND NAMES OF THE ANCIENT WORLD. DEMONSTRATING MOST OF THE FAMOUS GOD-NAMES AND ANCIENT RELIGIONS TO BE BASED ON THE MYSTERIES. OF WHICH THE SOLAR AND LUNAR MYSTERIES ARE OF ONE WORSHIP. – “The endeavor has been made to give Continue reading Sun and Lunar Worship: Adonai, Baal and Moloch in the Mysteries

These Seven Kinds of Love and the Metaphysics of Eros will Change your Attitude to Life

(Updated Title and Post. September 4, 2018) LOVE (EROS), like the god PAN, is a principle (a god), as in the old philosophies and cosmogony of the Greeks, Phoenicians, and Indians. Eros therefore does not merely apply to an intense Erotic Love, but is an exulted Divine Ideal, that can be a frightening and dangerous Continue reading These Seven Kinds of Love and the Metaphysics of Eros will Change your Attitude to Life

The Tragedy of Pan the Great: From Primordial Deity to Rustic Sex-Craving God

Ofelia: “My name is Ofelia. Who are you?” Pan: “Me? I’ve had so many names. Old names that only the wind and the trees can pronounce. I am the mountain, the forest and the earth. I am… I am a faun. Your most humble servant, Your Highness.” (Pan’s Labyrinth, film) Pan was once depicted as Continue reading The Tragedy of Pan the Great: From Primordial Deity to Rustic Sex-Craving God