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Marduk: The Bull of Light III

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In themonuments, support for Chaldean roots of Mithraism is indicated by noting that atHawarti, the mural which is situated to the left of the Tauroctony niche
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Jun 26

Marduk: The Bull of Light II

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In exploring other points of contact between Mithras andMarduk, the Lion/Bull combat scenes at Persepolis come to mind. At first glancewe might be tempted
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Jun 20

Marduk: The Bull of Light

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6/10/2017 The Sun in Taurus. In the fourth and third millennium BC when Sol still enteredTaurus at the vernal equinox it was Marduk (=Saturn) who according to
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Jun 10

Viae Romanae Maiores

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The major Roman roads drawn as a subway map: Viae Romanae Maiores by Sasha Trubetskoy http://sashat.me/2017/06/03/roman-roads/
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Jun 8

File - Mithras List Monthly Notice

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Greetings all, This is the monthly update for the Mithras List, the world's largest discussion group for the study and discussion of Mithraism, the ancient
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May 31

Via Galactica III

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In theBarberini mural (CIMRM 390) the serpent entwined Lion-headed figure is depictedstanding on a globe that is situated between Virgo and Libra (= autumn
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Apr 9

Via Galactica II

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Tosummarize conclusions reached in my prior post regarding the chi-cross symbolas it is shown in the Tauroctony: a proposed lower one at the equinoxes and
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Apr 1

Via Galactica

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Two competing interpretations of the chi-cross, both within and outsideof Mithraic studies, is whether the chi-cross symbolizes the intersection of
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Mar 30

The Dieburg Relief

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Hello Angelo, Excellent points! The symbolic associations that you make goa long way in further clarifying what is depicted in this relief. -james On
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Mar 27

The Pagan Holy Man

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How unlike the rest of us these persons seemed to be. At firstglance they appear unfathomable, so it is right to think of them as “set apart”as it were, to
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Mar 10

Mithras’ Gate

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Thanks for sharing Jaime. It is an inspiring vision. I find this the only steady ground for coming to grips with the ancient mysteries. Like fire, the sun is
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Jan 27

Re: Mithras’ Gate

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Sorry, I wanted to say the relation between fire, stone, and serpent (I missed "serpent"). On Saturday, December 24, 2016 3:54 PM, Behnoosh Afiattalab
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Jan 27

Origins of the Roman Cult of Mithras

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Ales Chalupa (2016) has recently completed a review of thelatest evidence for dating the origins of the cult of Mithras in “The Originsof the Roman Cult of
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Jan 26

Mithras - Roman Knight

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In CIMRM 52, 1247 and 1289 Mithras is shown as horseman which somewriters think may be linked to the influence of “Rider Cults” from Thracian andDanubian
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Jan 2

Mithras Birthday, Saturday, 24 December 2016

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Mithras Birthday reminder When: Saturday, 24 December 2016 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM (GMT) Greenwich Mean Time - Dublin / Edinburgh / Lisbon / London Notes: Happy
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Dec 23, 2016
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