Posts Tagged ‘ Mithras ’

Corporate Frankenstein: A Special Essay by Tracy R. Twyman

July 4, 2010
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Corporate Frankenstein: A Special Essay by Tracy R. Twyman

Long before the advent of modern democratic republics, the world was ruled by priests, kings, and in some cases, priest-kings. To our ancestors in the ancient world, government had a religious ritual significance. It was the Pharaoh of Egypt who literally made the Sun rise and set each day, or so they believed. The...

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Fulcanelli on the Liberty Cap in Mithraic and Eleusinian rituals, Freemasonry

June 30, 2009
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From Fulcanelli’s Le Mystere des Cathedrales: The Phrygian cap, which was worn by the sans-culottes and acted as a sort of protective talisman in the midst of the revolutionary slaughter, was a distinctive sign of the Initiates. In the analysis, which he made of a work of Lombard (de Langres) entitled Histoire des Jacobins,...

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