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Secret Gospels

  Secret Gospels Some early Christians believed that certain gospels contained secret knowledge. Copies of these gospels were usually passed around privately, so that only certain people would have a chance to read them. For these reasons, biblical scholars call them “secret gospels”. In some cases a secret gospel was only used by a particular […]

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Supernatural Creatures in Early Russian Mythology and Folklore

Supernatural Creatures in Early Russian Mythology and Folklore “The Baba Yaga” by Ivan Bilibin, 1900 What supernatural creatures did early Russians believe in? Patrons of the Household. The Domovoy (House Elf) is the master and patron of the house. If a domovoy curses a house, a disaster will befall so it is better to stay on good terms with him. […]

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Cult Ritual Killings in Ancient Rome

Cult Ritual Killings in Ancient Rome September 27, 2020 Russ Winter Articles by Russ Winter, Culture, Hidden History, International News, Winter Watch Articles 1 Ancient Roman writers claimed that human sacrifices were made during Rome’s early history. After the Romans were defeated at the Battle of Cannae in 216 B.C., a battle that allowed an army from Carthage to temporarily occupy a […]

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The Cycle of Ages: The Cyclic Time Concept of the Vedas

The Cycle of Ages: The Cyclic Time Concept of the Vedas (by Raja Vidya das ) Linear Versus Cyclic Time The modern historical scientists’ linear concept of time strikingly resembles the traditional Judaeo-Christian concept, and it strikingly differs from that of the ancient Greeks and Indians. The cosmological ideas of several prominent Greek thinkers included […]

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Doe Castle – Mary’s Servant And The Castle Of The Territories

  Doe Castle – Mary’s Servant And The Castle Of The Territories On the north coast of Donegal, on the shores of Sheephaven Bay stands Doe Castle. This castle was built in 1425, and remained occupied until 1909, but now sits empty. It is far from abandoned, however, as tourists flock to see such a […]

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The Secret Doctrine by Madame Blavatsky

The Secret Doctrine       THE SYNTHESIS OF SCIENCE, RELIGION, AND PHILOSOPHY.       by H. P. Blavatsky Blavatsky’s masterwork on theosophy, covering cosmic, planetary, and human evolution, as well as science, religion, and mythology. Based on the Stanzas of Dzyan, with corroborating testimony from hundreds of sources. Originally published 1888. Theosophical University Press HTML version ISBN […]

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Polynesian Mythology

The early missionaries laboured to destroy belief in the Polynesian concepts of the world and the origin and the power of the local gods. In this they were helped by the natives themselves who, eager to accept and adopt new ideas, broke almost completely with their old religion. Priests and scholars who had adopted and […]

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The Life and Philosophy of Pythagoras

WHILE Mnesarchus, the father of Pythagoras, was in the city of Delphi on matters pertaining to his business as a merchant, he and his wife, Parthenis, decided to consult the oracle of Delphi as to whether the Fates were favorable for their return voyage to Syria. When the Pythoness (prophetess of Apollo) seated herself on […]

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The Mystery of Ancient Giants

Ancient Giants: The eyes of that species of extinct Giant, whose bones fill the Mounds of America, have gazed on Niagara, as ours do now. – Abraham Lincoln, 1848 Were the fathers of our father’s giants? They probably had a gigantic spirit; their vast knowledge and great powers made them giants comparing with the dwarfs […]

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