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  • Nina
    Nov 1, 2007
      --- In anthroposophy@yahoogroups.com, "Stephen Hale" <sardisian01@...>
      > Tell your Athens scholar that a certain fellow was assassinated on
      the road to Persia in order to tell them about the proliferation of
      Mithras cults that existed around Rome. It seems that this fellow
      wanted to unite the roman world with its Persian antecedents, based on
      a perceived idea about the Sun Mystery having come to the roman world.
      He was murdered instead, for the very reason that Constantine, his
      cousin, fought the battle against Maxentius, bearing the cross of
      Christ; in a dream no less.Steve
      Dear Steve,
      His name is Yanni! Unable to locate him post U/London Ph.d. Can you
      please suggest a suitable book that describes in more detail what you
      wrote above? (will keep trying).The wife of Garth Fowden("THE EGYPTIAN
      HERMES") was his early mentor.
      Read "Vision of Constantine" in Kovacs (Ancient Rome). He detailed
      the dream, but also his evening "vision", prior to dream: "He saw rays
      of light which formed a great shining cross in the sky and above the
      cross appeared in shining letters...(which means)'In this sign you
      shall be victorious'" NINA
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