The Nineteenth-Century Popularization of the Desatir | Theosophists, Ishraqis, and Zoroastrianism

The Desatir or Dasātīr (Per. دساتیر lit. “Ordinances”), also known as Dasatir-i-Asmani, is a collection of writings now generally taken to be a literary forgery written in an invented or artificial language, with elements from Indian and Iranian dialects, and Persian grammar. It is recommended in “The Secret Doctrine Reference Series” for Theosophists (Theosophical Society), and is Continue reading The Nineteenth-Century Popularization of the Desatir | Theosophists, Ishraqis, and Zoroastrianism

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

The Secret Doctrine Commentaries on Gods and the Seven Planetary Regents

BLAVATSKY LODGE MEETING, 1888. I briefly introduced in the topic of sun-gods and fire-gods, the explanation of the ancient so-called “fire” and “sun-worshippers” held by our forbearers; and that in truth, they did not die in vain, believing wholly in superstitions, and primitive beliefs. SPIRITS OF THE EARTH AND THE SACRED PLANETS Apparently, those termed the Kosmocrators Continue reading The Secret Doctrine Commentaries on Gods and the Seven Planetary Regents

Samuel Fales Dunlap on the Ancient Origin of Names of Great Gods, Cities, Rivers and Countries

Ancient Origin of Names of Great Gods figured by Samuel F. Dunlap, demonstrates that the ancient systems, considered pagan, with the ancient Hebrew system, contained a conception of the Hidden God, that was one under different names; proven phonetically, in connection with ancient cities, rivers, nations, etc. — “Ogygia me Bacchum vocat; Osirin Ægyptian putat; Mysi Phanacem Continue reading Samuel Fales Dunlap on the Ancient Origin of Names of Great Gods, Cities, Rivers and Countries