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Vanessa Herbert left a comment for Mithradates
"My name is Vanessa,I am a female banker working here in Turkey I am contacting you to help me to claim the deposit which our late customer left in our bank here in Turkey to avoid confiscation. I contacted you for a reason, one of my late…"
Oct 3
Mithradates commented on Mithradates's blog post The Religion of Sol Invictus
"Do you have Meetup in Arizona? If you cannot find a Meetup group for Mithraism you can begin a group. You will undoubtedly find some people to want to join. Go to Meetup.com to find out."
Aug 1
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Three Days in Zarathustra’s Hell

Rudolf Steiner observed that mystery cults throughout history required their postulants to undergo an initiation that lasted three days. During this time the would-be initiate died to his former ego-centered existence. He (it was usually a man in those times) was given something to eat or drink that made him lose consciousness. Then his body was placed in a tomb. In the Mithraic mysteries the postulant was placed in a trench cut in stone. He awoke on the third day at dawn, as the sun’s first…See More
Aug 1
Leslie Fish commented on Mithradates's blog post The Religion of Sol Invictus
"I was introduced to Mithraism more than 20 years ago, in Chicago.  It's been difficult to practice out here -- how many Mithraists are there in central Arizona? -- but at least I always sing the prayer and put out the candles on the…"
Jul 31
Susie left a comment for Mithradates
"Welcome Mithradate."
Jul 30
Mithradates commented on Cypriana Terrane's group What is your Spiritual Name?
"My birth name is James Francis Sandor. Thank you."
Jul 30
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What is your Spiritual Name?

If you would like me to find your spiritual name just post in the comments your birth name First and Last and your middle name to have extra letters to play with....if you can and I will post my findings here.... my birth name is Tracy Ann Pereira and my spiritual name became Cypriana Terraneif you need to any help in scrambling up your letters click on the link below to scramble your name, then copy and paste it here in the comments, I will give you your pagan name along with its meaning, you…See More
Jul 30
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The Religion of Sol Invictus

The Roman Emperor Aurelian made the cult of Sol Invictus, the Unconquered Sun God, the primary religion of the empire in 274 CE. Sol did not replace the many deities of the Roman pantheon, but served as a single point of devotion for a people that had recently entered the Age of Pisces, and therefore needed a God.A scholar whose name I do not remember once remarked that the Sun God had for millennia been mankind’s principle alternative to the God of Abraham. I remember opening a copy of the…See More
Jul 30
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The Origin of the Handshake

Most people do not think much about the handshake or its divine origin. The god Mithra used it to ratify his contracts. The name “Mithra” (Persian) or “Mitra” (Vedic) or “Mithras” (Roman) means contract or oath, and also friend. In the first picture below Mithra (with the crown of solar rays) concludes a contract (i.e. a mutual understanding between friends) with Mithradates, a ruler of Commagene in modern Turkey. In the second picture Mithradates shakes hands with Heracles (holding the club).…See More
Jul 28
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Mithras Sacrificing a Bull

Animal sacrifice was common in ancient pagan religions---but what is its significance? The familiar statue of Mithras sacrificing a bull is symbolic of the creation of the cosmos for the second time. The second creation occurred when human beings…
Jul 27
Steven Hutchinson left a comment for Mithradates
"I am delighted to welcome you to Pagan Space. Infinite Blessings of Divine Love, Light, & Abundance, Steve"
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65
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Scorpio
About Me:
I am a computer repair technician with interests in ancient religion and philosophy.
Favorite Books
Persian Mythology (Library of the World's Myths and Legends) by John R. Hinnells
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Spiritual but not Religious, Mystic, Shaman, Other Spirituality
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Zoroastrianism
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Zarathustra
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Three Days in Zarathustra’s Hell

Posted on August 1, 2019 at 9:00am 0 Comments

Rudolf Steiner observed that mystery cults throughout history required their postulants to undergo an initiation that lasted three days. During this time the would-be initiate died to his former ego-centered existence. He (it was usually a man in those times) was given something to eat or drink that made him lose consciousness. Then his body was placed in a tomb. In the Mithraic mysteries the postulant was placed in a trench cut in stone. He awoke on the third…

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The Religion of Sol Invictus

Posted on July 30, 2019 at 8:00am 2 Comments

The Roman Emperor Aurelian made the cult of Sol Invictus, the Unconquered Sun God, the primary religion of the empire in 274 CE. Sol did not replace the many deities of the Roman pantheon, but served as a single point of devotion for a people that had recently entered the Age of Pisces, and therefore needed a God.

A scholar whose name I do not remember once remarked that the Sun God had for millennia been mankind’s…

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The Origin of the Handshake

Posted on July 28, 2019 at 7:00pm 0 Comments

Most people do not think much about the handshake or its divine origin. The god Mithra used it to ratify his contracts. The name “Mithra” (Persian) or “Mitra” (Vedic) or “Mithras” (Roman) means contract or oath, and also friend. In the first picture below Mithra (with the crown of solar rays) concludes a contract (i.e. a mutual understanding between friends) with Mithradates, a ruler of Commagene in modern Turkey. In the second picture Mithradates shakes hands…

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At 12:05am on October 3, 2019, Vanessa Herbert said…
My name is Vanessa,I am a female banker working here in Turkey
I am contacting you to help me to claim the deposit which our late customer left in our bank here in Turkey to avoid confiscation.
I contacted you for a reason, one of my late client have the same name as yours and from your country .
He died 6 years ago and left 15.7 Million USA Dollar in his account . Since then no relative have come to claim his money .. I think we can work things out and share the money between two of us
Please kindly reply back to my private email below quickly so that I will give you more details
vanessaherbert1872@gmail.com
At 10:38pm on July 30, 2019, Susie said…
Welcome Mithradate.
At 11:00am on July 28, 2019, Cypriana Terrane said…

At 6:07pm on July 27, 2019, Cypriana Terrane said…

At 5:48pm on July 27, 2019, Steven Hutchinson said…

I am delighted to welcome you to Pagan Space.

Infinite Blessings of Divine Love, Light, & Abundance,

Steve

 
 
 

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