Posts Categorized: Greek Myths

ECSTASY AND LUNACY

Posted by & filed under Demeter, Greek Myths, Hades, kindle bargains, Persephone, Pomegranate.

“Something was not quite right. Demeter could sense it, impossible though it seemed, even as she embraced her beloved Persephone. ‘My child,’ she gasped, ‘surely you did not taste of any food while you were below? Tell me, and hide nothing.’  But Persephone had indeed tasted of the sweet enticing fruit of mortal life: Hades…
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THE OCTAVE OF INITIATION: THE PATH TO ENLIGHTENMENT ACCORDING TO WESTERN MYTH AND SCRIPTURE

Posted by & filed under enlightenment, Esoteric Christianity, Greek Myths, holy octave, Kabbalah, meaning of Bible, octave of Initiation, sacred octave, symbols meaning.

TweetShare Sacred Western stories are full of fabulous diversity when read externally – Gods and Goddesses, Heroes, Patriarchs, Saints, Miracles, Prophets, etc. But when read internally they all tell the same story – how to return ‘home’ to the Divine. In fact, The Bible, Qur’an, and Greek Myths can be read as ‘How To’ Manuals…
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