Esoteric Sarapis for the New Golden AgeLast Updated on 2008-05-14 19:14:02What is a Divine Man or Woman of the ancient days?
Who was the model of this proven method of becoming a God?
Sarapis! This deity was the central deity of the Roman’s and was already a very ancient story and symbol. He was as old as ancient Egypt and Alexander the Great! Alexander actually believed he would be come a Sarapis or Divine God Man. Even though an older version of this model Deity existed, the Romans created a new version of this God by blending the Egyptian Osiris with Sar-Apis; the bull God, creating a pinnacle expression of the Mithra Deity and Zarathustrian beliefs, and the more ancient belief that a man could become a God. This idea is replete throughout ancient times, with more than 20 deities having the same story, in almost exact terms as Jesus Christ. This message was delivered and filter through belief systems down through the ages time and time again.... More »
Traditional SarapisLast Updated on 2008-05-13 16:33:53
Sarapis was considered to be a syncretic god worshipped as the supreme deity in Egypt to the end of the 4th century A.D. The highly popular cult Serapis used many trappings that were later adopted by Christians: chants, lights, bells, vestments, processions, and music. Serapis represented a final transformation of the savior Osiris into a monotheistic figure, virtually identical to the Christian god... This Ptolemaic god was a combination of Osiris and Apis... As Christ was a sacrificial lamb, so Serapis was a sacrificial bull as well as god in human form. He was annually sacrificed in atonement for the sins of Egypt.
Following the death of Alexander the Great in 323 BC, his successors (the Diadochoi) succeeded to the various parts of the empire, with the satrapy of Egypt being allotted to one of his generals. Ptolemy I Soter, the first of the Macedonian kings to rule... More »
Lilith - the First LadyLast Updated on 2008-05-10 18:24:19
Hail the High Priestess
The best example or perhaps story that demonstrates the sovereign power of the Goddess, as first personified in human form, comes from a Judaic body of literature fraught against her rightful sovereign nature. Many stories have come down to us today about the struggles between men and women for the right to express Free Will.
The very first female is depicted as Lilith who was created at the same time as Adam. In this anthropogenesis depiction she is shown denying Adam, simply by choosing not to be with him or more contextually appropriate; unwilling to submit. Adam is apparently portrayed as trying to force Lilith to assume the missionary position. Liliths refusal to be subordinate to Adam is the purported reason for the creation of the second female - Eve. As Adam complains to God of Liliths disobedience, he asserts that he wants a woman to be his... More »
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