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Mysticism
The origins of Jesus Christ

American Biblical scholar Joseph Atwill will be appearing before the British public for the first time in London on the 19th of October to present a controversial new discovery: ancient confessions recently uncovered now prove, according to Atwill, tha…

Archaeology
Ancient DNA Reveals: European Civilization Has a Near-Mythica...

Ever since the days of Homer, Greeks have long idealized their Mycenaean “ancestors” in epic poems and classic tragedies that glorify the exploits of Odysseus, King Agamemnon, and other heroes who went in and out of favor with the Greek gods. Although …

Classical Mythology
The myth of Cassandra

In Greek mythology, Cassandra was one of the princesses of Troy, daughter of Priam and Hecuba. According to the Myth, Cassandra was astonishingly beautiful and blessed with the gift of foreseeing the future. Her curse was that no one believed her, a fa…

Christianity
Was Krishna Born of a Virgin?

"The goddesses have stories to tell. One such story—far too long ignored—is that, in their original, unadulterated form, they were parthenogenetic. The word parthenogenesis comes from the Greek parthenos, 'virgin' more or less, and gignesthai, 'to be b…

Classical Mythology
Has Sparta’s Lost City Been Found?

The Spartans are by far the most famous Greek civilization in the modern culture, but the mighty warriors were immortalized well before the film “300” hit the radar. They were commemorated in Homer’s Iliad, and Sparta was known for ruling Greece for ce…

Greek Mythology
7 Strange and Curious Facts About Wine and Its History

A lot of human history has been centered around the making and imbibing of wine, from religion to ritual to plain old drunkenness, but various cultures have managed to add some bizarre chapters to the history of wine.


Modern wine cont…

Gnosticism
Who is Baphomet?

"The terrible Baphomet is, in fact, like all monstrous enigmas of ancient science, nothing more than an innocent and even pious hieroglyph.” - Éliphas Lévi in the 19th century
The mysterious origins of the legend Baphomet have been speculated upon b…

Mythology
Nemesis: Winged Goddess Of Justice And Revenge

When we hear the word Nemesis we think of an opponent or enemy that is very difficult to defeat. If you are a Star Trek fan, you associate the name with the episode Nemesis in which Captain Picard meets his most dangerous adversary.

The word Neme…

Neo-Paganism
Night of the Hunters: Artemis and Apollo

Two other children of Zeus rose to take their place among the greatest of Olympians. These were the children of Leto, the beautiful daughter of the original Titans Coeus and Phoebe. Hera was tormented with jealousy of Leto. So the Queen of the Gods sen…

Philosophy
Why Ancient Greek Mythology is Still Relevant Today

If there is one subject that is still widely taught today, it has to be the subject of ancient Greek mythology. It isn’t just taught as part of a literature curriculum at school but is also part of most history lessons. Some people might wonder why the…

Mythology
Exposing the Shady Secrets of Charon's Obols: Spirit Coins of...

Charon’s obols were coins supposedly used by the ancient Greeks for funerary purposes. More precisely, the belief is that these coins were used by the shades (roughly equivalent to the concept of ‘spirit’ or ‘ghost’) of the dead to pay for their journe…

Greek Mythology
Dionysos, Exciter to Frenzy : a study of the god Dionysos: hi...

This book is written from a Western Mystery Tradition viewpoint, and the material in this book is the interpretation of what has already been written about Dionysos, together with her own inspiration and ritual experiences.

These experiences are…

Roman Mythology
Labours of Hercules

The tasks given to Heracles as penance. After he killed his children. These stories are generally referred to as the Labours of Hercules, the name the Romans used for Heracles, but since they take place in a Greek setting and with a full cast of Greek …

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