The Rites of Eleusis

This edition of The Rites of Eleusis has several illustrations of relevant artworks, together with the substantial ruins of the town of Eleusis, in southeastern Greece.

The Rites of Eleusis

Author: Aleister Crowley

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781543234763

Page: 130

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The Rites of Eleusis comprises a series of seven public invocations corresponding to the seven planets of ancient lore. A landmark in Aleister Crowley's career as an occultist, The Rites of Eleusis revealed to the public the society he had founded with the purpose of attaining transcendence for those who joined. It was an ambitious and bold endeavor which combined Theravada Buddhism, Vedantic yoga and the displays of magick for which Crowley became famous. The popular reaction at the time Crowley published the rites in 1910 was mixed. For his part, Aleister Crowley attested to the invocations power to instill religious ecstasy in listeners. Some publications agreed that the words held great power and profundity, while others lambasted the rites as immoral and base for their purported blasphemies and erotic suggestiveness. The Rites of Eleusis are performed and celebrated in the modern day, with occult societies orientated with the Ordo Templi Orientis regularly reading and staging them in the correct sequence: -Saturn-, -Jupiter-, -Mars-, -Sol-, -Venus-, -Mercury- and -Luna-. Some modern performances include -Earth-, as authored by the contemporary occultist Lon Milo DuQuette. This edition of The Rites of Eleusis has several illustrations of relevant artworks, together with the substantial ruins of the town of Eleusis, in southeastern Greece.

The holy rites of Eleusis were Archaic Wisdom Religion dressed in Greek garb

Physical body is the prison. And real hell is life here, on earth. The Book of Job is a complete representation of ancient Initiation, and the trials which generally precede this grandest of all ceremonies.

The holy rites of Eleusis were Archaic Wisdom Religion dressed in Greek garb

Author: Helena Blavatsky, Edward Pococke, Thomas Taylor, Alexander Wilder

Publisher: Philaletheians UK


Page: 104

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The Eleusinian Mysteries were viewed as the efflorescence of all the Greek religion, as the purest essence of all its conceptions. The offering of bread and wine to the candidate by the Hierophant symbolised the spirit that was about to quicken matter: i.e., the divine wisdom of the Higher Self was to take possession of the candidate’s inner Self or Soul through what was to be revealed to him. The transformation of Cybele to Ceres-Demeter was the basis for the sacredness of bread and wine in ritualism. Cybele is the Moon-Goddess of the Athenians, Pallas or Minerva, invoked in her festivals as ????????? ????, the One Mother of God, and Virgin Queen of Heaven. Esoterically, Cybele is Kabeiros, a representative of the Phoenician Kingly Race. The Hierophant was always an old unmarried man. This and so many other features of the great archaic system, known as the Sacred Wisdom Science, have been appropriated by the Romish Church. One of the greatest mysteries is how the ever immaculate and yet ever prolific Divine Virgin who, fecundated by the fructifying rays of the Sun, becomes the Mother of all that lives and breathes on her vast bosom. Her very “Breath” is Akasha-tattva or Universal Essence, i.e., Vital Electricity — Life itself. The Mysteries are fragments of a grand pre-historic Philosophy, as old as the world itself. They are not only the foundation-stone of modern Philosophy, they also gave birth to hieroglyphics, as permanent records were needed to preserve and commemorate their secrets. The fact that the Sanskrit and Greek words for Initiation to the Greater Mysteries, Avapta and Epopteia, imply revelation not by human agent but by receiving the Sacred Drink, points out to the pre-Vedic origin of the Eleusinia. A cup of Kykeon, quaffed by the Mystes at the Eleusinian Initiation, forcibly connects the inner, highest “spirit” of man, which spirit is an angel like the mystical Soma, with his “irrational soul” or astral body, and thus united by the power of the magic drink, they soar together above physical nature and participate during life on earth in the beatitude and ineffable glories of Heaven. One well versed in the esoteric mythologies of various nations can trace the Mysteries back to the ante-Vedic period in India. Only those of the strictest virtue and purity were admitted. Those who consciously engaged in Black Magic or were responsible for homicide, whether accidental or not, and other evil acts were excluded.54 Every approach to the Mysteries was guarded with the same jealous care everywhere, and the penalty of death was inflicted upon Initiates of any degree who divulged secrets entrusted to them. Why Truth keeps hiding like a tortoise within her shell? Because Truth is too dangerous even for the highest Lanoo. No one can be entrusted with full knowledge of the Secret Science before his time. In Egypt the Mysteries had been known since the days of Menes. The Greeks received them much later when Orpheus introduced them from India. Thus, even in the days of Aristotle, few were the true Adepts left in Europe and even in Egypt. While darkness fell upon the face of the profane world, there was still eternal light in the Adyta on the nights of Initiation. Athenians, the real barbarians of Hellas, charged Æschylus with sacrilege and condemned him to be stoned to death because, they claimed, having been uninitiated, he had profaned the Mysteries by exposing them in his trilogies on a public stage. But he would have incurred the same condemnation, had he been initiated. Every truth revealed by Jesus, and which the Jews and early Christians understood, was concealed by a Church that has always pretended serving Him. To deprive the Greeks of their Sacred Mysteries, which bind in one the whole of mankind, was to render their very lives worthless to them. Blessed is he who has seen these things before he goes beneath the hollow earth; for he understands the end of mortal life, and the beginning of a new life. The Lesser grades of Eleusinia symbolised the descend of Persephone, Ceres-Demeter’s daughter, to earth and were preparatory to Greater Mysteries, when the daughter returns to her divine abode and is finally reunited with her mother. Similarly, Northern Buddhism has its “Greater” and its “Lesser” vehicle, the Mahayana or Esoteric, and the Hinayana or Exoteric School.63 The object of the Lesser Mysteries was to instruct the candidate about the condition of the unpurified soul invested with an earthly body, and enveloped in a material and physical nature that, until and unless purified by high philosophy and ethics, is destined to suffer pain and death through its attachment to embodied life. Selfishness is the prisoner of the divine soul. Physical body is the prison. And real hell is life here, on earth. The Book of Job is a complete representation of ancient Initiation, and the trials which generally precede this grandest of all ceremonies. Still, the cunning translators of the Hebrew Bible imply that Job’s “Champion,” “Deliverer,” and “Vindicator,” was Messiah. Nothing could be further from the truth. With the Hindus, the real Champion and Deliverer it Atman; with the Neo-Platonists, Nous Augoeides; with the Buddhists, Agra; with the Persians, Ferouer. The true Champion is the immortal spirit in every man. It alone can redeem our soul and save us from ourselves, if we follow its behests instead of squandering our divine inheritance by pandering to our lower nature. There were two classes of participants, the Neophytes and the Perfect. And two castes of Magi, the initiated and those who were allowed to officiate in the popular rites only. Neophytes first taught in upper temples were initiated in crypts. Oral instructions were given at low breath, in solemn silence and secrecy. Jesus and Paul classified their doctrines as esoteric and exoteric: The Mysteries of the Kingdom of God for the Apostles, the parables for the multitude. Aristides calls Mysteries the common temple of the earth. Epictetus says that all that is ordained therein was established by the Masters of Wisdom for the instruction of mortals and the correction of their customs. Plato asserts that the object of the Mysteries was to re-establish the soul in that state of perfection from which it had fallen. Baptism was one of the earliest Chaldeo-Akkadian rites of inner purification. Candidates were immersed thrice into water by Hydranos, the Baptist. At the Mysteries of the Anthesteria at limnai, i.e., the Feast of Flowers at the temple lakes, after the usual baptism by purification of water, the Mystai were made to pass through to the gate of Dionysus, that of the purified. After their Second Birth was accomplished, and the Mystai had returned from their baptism in the sea, the Tau or Egyptian cross was laid upon the breast. The Mysteries of the Jews were identical with those of Pagan Greeks, who took them from the Egyptians, who borrowed them from the Chaldaeans, who got them from the Aryans, who inherited them from the Atlanteans, and so on. But what Gods and Angels had revealed, exoteric religions, beginning with that of Moses, reviled, reveiled, and hid for ages from the sight of the world. The lure of lucre was the final nail in the coffin of the Eleusinia. An Athenian demagogue and sycophant, whose eloquence was described as of a coarse and vehement character, degraded the Sacred Mysteries by persuading the State to levy a charge for those seeking admission to higher life. Thus initiation had become a commodity — and as necessary as baptism has since become with the Christians. The first hour for the demise of the Mysteries struck on the clock of the Races with the Macedonian conqueror. The first strokes of its last hour sounded 47 BCE in the Thebes of the Celts. But the Mysteries of Eleusis could not be so easily disposed of. They were indeed the religion of mankind, and shone in all their ancient splendour if not in their primitive purity. It took several centuries to abolish them, and they could not be entirely suppressed before the year 396 of our era. The Eleusinian Mysteries were archaic Wisdom-Religion dressed in Greek garb. Prehistoric Greece was colonised by two great Indian races, the Solar and the Lunar dynasties. Springing up from the kingdoms of Cashmir and Tibet, the prehistoric colonists of Greece consisted of the two great primitive and radical races of Aryavarta, the Solar or ancient Budhistic dynasty (Surya Vansa), and the Lunar dynasty (Chandra Vansa). The former were the earliest settlers in Greece and their religious exponents appear to have been the Dodan, or Br?hmanical priests of the great tribe, Doda. As history progressed, the original Lamaic system of religion has been so much modified and so far compromised, as to be compelled to seek refuge in the asyla of the Grecian Mysteries, instead of the state-position it once occupied. Inside Greece, Bacchus was a prosonym of Zagreus, the successor of the Lamaic sovereignty in whose service was Orpheus, the founder of the Mysteries. Outside Greece, Bacchus was the Tartarian Jupiter Hammon whose Lamaic worship accompanied the emigrants of Tartary to Egypt. In Budhistic belief, the young Lama is born again from the consort of the Jaina Pontiff, Semele or Su-Lamee, the Great Lama Queen. The Eleuth-Chiefs, who spread the Lamaic doctrines in the Attic territory, became Eleusine. Their forms of worship and Tartar ceremonials composed the staple of the celebrated Eleusinian Mysteries. The high-born Brahmans or Culini lived on the Peloponnesian Mount Cyllene. The Mysteries were communicated to Culyus-Celeus, ruler of the land of the Rarhya, by Demeter herself. Yet the Greeks besmirched their noble ancestry by belittling their Hierophants as troglodytes. Three Hierarchs represented Budhistical and Brahmanical power. Two orders of priests officiated over the initiations. The descendants of the High Budha Priest or Eumolpidai, and the Budhist Keerukos or Keryx, the sacred herald of the Greeks, the latter aided by the daughters of the late Eleusinian high-caste king Culyus or Celeus. Modern Greek authors who treat Eleusinian worship as mysteries, rather than the old national form of worship, name those admitted to the Lesser Mysteries as Mokshtai or Mystai, from the Budhist word Moksha. After taking an oath of secrecy to preserve the old religion of the country against the more attractive heresy of Homer and his popular gods, those admitted to the Greater Mysteries were styled avapta or epoptai. Iacchos (Bacchos), properly Yogin, who appeared on the sixth day of the Mysteries, is none other than Dio Nausho or Dionysos, son of the Jaina Pontiff (Jeyus), and the Great Lama Queen, Soo Lamee or Semele. Couros, a prosonym of Iacchos, is Gooros or Guru, a spiritual teacher. Hence, Demeter is styled by the Greeks Couro-trophos or Guru-nurse. Erectheus-Poseidon was worshipped jointly with Athene and is identified with Poseidon or Po-Sidhan, Prince of all Saints, Chief of Saidan, and Prince of Sidon. Saidan, Eracland, and Phœnicia, are in close proximity to Afghanistan; Sidan is repeated in the Phœnicia of Palestine. Poseidon was worshipped jointly with Adheene, the Virgin Queen of Heaven, modified by the Greeks as Athene. She is the Egyptian Neeti, corruptly written Neith. The mysterious name of Onge-Athene was also derived from AUM, the Triple Fire representing the highest Tetraktys.

The Magick of Aleister Crowley

" This is the perfect introductory text for readers who wonder what the works--rather than the myth--of Aleister Crowley are all about.

The Magick of Aleister Crowley

Author: Lon Milo Duquette

Publisher: Weiser Books

ISBN: 9781578632992

Page: 304

View: 576

Aleister Crowley's ascension into the pantheon of alternative gurus was cemented by his appearance on The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album cover. Unfortunately, he was known more for his reputation as "The Beast 666" and "The Wickedest Man in the World." All well and good for publicity, but this infamy eclipsed his teachings, as did his technical and opaque writing style, meant more for adepts contemporary to him than the average modern reader. Enter Lon Milo DuQuette to decipher and explain Crowley's texts and more important rituals. Formerly titled The Magick of Thelema, this revised edition features extensive corrections, a new introduction, and a new ritual, "The Rites of Eleusis." This is the perfect introductory text for readers who wonder what the works--rather than the myth--of Aleister Crowley are all about. DuQuette takes the mystery out of both the rituals themselves and Crowley's writing in this modern grimoire. Step by step, he presents a course of study in plain English, with examples of rituals and explanations of their significance. DuQuette also includes a course of study for Crowley's original works with an extensive bibliography and fastidious footnotes.

The Rites of Passage

is the culminating rite but does not by itself constitute the “ mysteries.” The
following is the order of initiation rites at Eleusis: 2 (l) The candidates were
brought together, and the hierophant (chief priest) excluded by an interdict (a
taboo) all those ...

The Rites of Passage

Author: Arnold van Gennep

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 022602718X

Page: 224

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Birth, puberty, marriage, and death are, in all cultures, marked by ceremonies which may differ but are universal in function. Arnold van Gennep (1873-1957) was the first anthropologist to note the regularity and significance of the rituals attached to the transitional stages in man's life, and his phrase for these, "the rites of passage," has become a part of the language of anthropology and sociology.

Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece

She came to rest at Eleusis , where she befriended the king and promised to
teach the Eleusinians her rites and mysteries . Demeter refused to allow crops to
grow until Persephone was released , and so humankind was brought to the
brink of ...

Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece

Author: Nigel Guy Wilson

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9780415973342

Page: 800

View: 851

Ancient Greek civilization, with its mythology, wars, philosophy and culture, has left an enduring legacy. This single volume, a spin-off from the acclaimed Encyclopedia of Greece and the Hellenic Tradition, provides a comprehensive and authoritative guide to the people, places, periods, events and themes of Ancient Greece.

The God who Comes

1 Death held no fear for the epoptai — those who had seen visions at Eleusis
and who returned to guide new dedicants (mystai) through the rites. The Greek
dramatist Sophocles stated: “Thrice happy are those mortals, who having seen
those ...

The God who Comes

Author: Rosemarie Taylor-Perry

Publisher: Algora Publishing

ISBN: 0875862306

Page: 204

View: 863

The mystical, ecstatic religions of the Greco-Roman culture, direct threats to the newer Judeo-Christian movements, were obliterated. Here is a thorough description of the Eleusian mysteries, and traces of cultural conflicts at the root of Kosher law and.

The Theatre of the Occult Revival

This was the first ofseven magical rituals that were performed between October
19 and November 30, as part of a larger work titled Rites of Eleusis.1 Crowley's
Rites of Eleusis were a mixture of poetry, ecstatic dance, music, and ceremonial ...

The Theatre of the Occult Revival

Author: E. Lingan

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 113744861X

Page: 247

View: 161

This book explores the religious foundations, political and social significance, and aesthetic aspects of the theatre created by the leaders of the Occult Revival. Lingan shows how theatre contributed to the fragmentation of Western religious culture and how contemporary theatre plays a part in the development of alternative, occult religions.

The Greek Dialogues

Explorations in Myth Betty Mallett Smith. The desire for renewal led to the mystery
rites at Eleusis, which took place annually in the fall and attracted initiates from
far and wide. The marriage of earth with the underworld, becoming for all times ...

The Greek Dialogues

Author: Betty Mallett Smith

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 146910704X

Page: 673

View: 351

The Greek gods, goddesses, and heroes come alive as they fight, love, bicker, and give advice to confused human beings in these imaginative dialogues. It is easy to find their experiences and emotions reflected in our own lives. The author, Betty Mallett Smith, brings a trained philosophical mind, as well as a long study of Greek literature and art, to bear on the ancient myths. The work also reflects her deep experience of modern depth psychology, especially that of C. G. Jung.

Aleister Crowley and Western Esotericism

52 The later result of this creative environment was Crowley's Rites of Eleusis, a
series of seven linked pieces of experimental theater offered to the paying public
under the auspices of Crowley's magical order A∴A∴. The Rites were premised

Aleister Crowley and Western Esotericism

Author: Henrik Bogdan

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199996067

Page: 432

View: 415

This volume is the first comprehensive examination of one of the twentieth century's most distinctive iconoclasts. Aleister Crowley (1875-1947) was a study in contradictions. Born into a fundamentalist Christian family and educated at Cambridge, he was vilified as a traitor, drug addict, and debaucher, yet revered as perhaps the most influential thinker in contemporary esotericism. Moving beyond the influence of contemporary psychology and the modernist understanding of the occult, Crowley declared himself the revelator of a new age of individualism. Crowley's occult bricolage, Magick, was an eclectic combination of spiritual exercises drawn from Western European magical ceremonies and Indic sources for meditation and yoga. This journey of self-liberation culminated in harnessing sexual power as a magical discipline, a "sacrilization of the self" as practiced in Crowley's mixed masonic group, the Ordo Templi Orientis. The religion Crowley created, Thelema, legitimated his role as a charismatic revelator and herald of a new age of freedom. Aleister Crowley's lasting influence can be seen in the counter-culture movement of the late 1960s and early 1970s and in many forms of alternative spirituality and popular culture. The essays in this volume offer crucial insight into Crowley's foundational role in the study of Western esotericism, new religious movements, and sexuality.

The Best of the Equinox Dramatic Ritual

rItes. of. eleusIs: theIr. orIgIn. And. MeAnIng. Aleister Crowley (The Bystander,
Nov 23,1910,p 384) The rights of eleusis. A. mong the various accounts that have
appeared of the character of the Rites of Eleusis, so-called, I find that very few ...

The Best of the Equinox  Dramatic Ritual

Author: Aleister Crowley

Publisher: Weiser Books

ISBN: 9781609258627

Page: 224

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Volume II of The Best of the Equinox by Aleister Crowley, offers a treasure chest of dramatic rituals. The Equinox became the standard for English language esotericism in the early 20th century, aptly termed the "Encyclopedia of Initiation" by its principal editor and contributor, Aleister Crowley. This ten-volume collection had remarkable variety, depth, and the utility of its contents encompass Qabalah, tarot, yoga, and the essential papers of Crowley's teaching order, A. A. Unfortunately, much of this material is currently out of print. The Best of the Equinox, Volume II, curated by scholar and U.S. Deputy Grandmaster General of the O.T.O., Lon Milo DuQuette, collects the best of Crowley’s material from both in-print and out-of-print editions of The Equinox. For Crowley collectors and the curious alike, this is an accessible, affordable volume packed with high magick and secrets.

Secret Teachings of All Ages

THE most famous of the ancient religious Mysteries were the Eleusinian, whose
rites were celebrated every five years in the city of Eleusis to honor Ceres (
Demeter, Rhea, or Isis) and her daughter, Persephone. The initiates of the
Eleusinian ...

Secret Teachings of All Ages

Author: Manly Palmer Hall


ISBN: 097530934X

Page: 648

View: 675

Manly Palmer Hall wrote this book at age twenty-one and self-published it later in his mid twenties. The book is pure conceptual truth without bogging ourselves down with the details. Great read for anyone who likes Joseph Campbell and wishes to follow up on the Power of Myth and get into the right-hand occult.

Prophet of Evil

... interest the public in the A.A., Crowley and his followers wrote and produced a
public drama titled the Rites of Eleusis. The Rites were presented on consecutive
Wednesdays at London's Caxton Hall in 252 October and November of 1910.

Prophet of Evil

Author: William Ramsey

Publisher: William Ramsey

ISBN: 1460920694

Page: 398

View: 745

Do the numbers suffusing the day of September 11th have occult significance? Why are the numbers 11, 77, 93, and 175 extremely significant in understanding the event? How did Aleister Crowley influence the events of 9/11, considering the fact that he died in 1947? How did Aleister Crowley inspire the doctrines of the New World Order? The answers to these questions is contained in the riveting book Prophet of Evil: Aleister Crowley, 9/11 and the New World Order.

Welcome to Your Designer Planet

Contributing to this noble initiative were the rites of Eleusis, which scholars
believe started as early as the second millennium BC. Every late September
initiates and the public would process along the Sacred Road from Athens north
to the ...

Welcome to Your Designer Planet

Author: Richard Leviton

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595888402

Page: 686

View: 206

We now live in the time of the Gaian hierophant. This is the one who reveals and shows us how to relate to the sacred aspects of Gaia, our planet. Who is this hierophant? Each of us, when we join the campaign with Gaia against the desecration of our natural environment. But first we have to discover what the Earth really is. The Earth's thousands of sacred sites hold a secret: they are functional parts of the planet's geomantic body, consciousness nodes in the Earth's subtle body. Each veils a Light temple, each once known widely and remembered in myth, and Welcome to Your Designer Planet! documents 165 different kinds. The Earth is not an accident of the cosmos, but was designed specifically for humans as an extended Mystery temple primed to support and enhance our greater awareness. And the designers intended that humans help maintain it. Want to help the ecosystem and modulate global warming and climate change? Plug yourself into the Earth's Light grid through your nearest sacred site and start helping. Earth Mysteries researcher Richard Leviton presents a working model of the Earth's geomantic reality based on 24 years of research. The world's myths are the doorway into this fantastic domain of the Earth's visionary geography, showing us where to go and what to do and even what kinds of spiritual beings to expect to see. The future of the Earth is in our hands. Here are some pages from its design manual showing us how to fine-tune our wonderful host planet.

Eleusis and the Eleusinian Mysteries

In that case, the column in the left corner would prove once more that the rites
represented take place at Agrai and form part of ... triangle as representing the
pamnychis, or the night-long revel that followed the arrival of the mystai at Eleusis

Eleusis and the Eleusinian Mysteries

Author: George Emmanuel Mylonas

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 1400877296

Page: 416

View: 927

The most famous conspiracy of silence in the history of antiquity is examined here by one of the three archaeologists entrusted by the Archaeological Society of Athens with the final excavations of the Sanctuary. He traces the history of the cult in the archaeological remains, from the first traces of habitation at the site in the Middle Bronze Age (around 1900 B.C.) to its final grandeur and decay in Imperial Roman times. A guided tour of the Museum at Eleusis, illustrated with photographs of objects in the Museum, as well as air views, plans, and detailed photographs of the ruins closely correlated with the text, takes into account the needs of the visitor at the site as well as the reader at home. Originally published in 1961. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

Aleister Crowley A Visual Study

... to interest the public in the A.A., Crowley and his followers wrote and produced
a public drama titled the Rites of Eleusis. The Rites were presented on
consecutive Wednesdays at London‚'s Caxton Hall in October and November of

Aleister Crowley  A Visual Study

Author: William Ramsey

Publisher: William Ramsey


Page: 307

View: 165

The infamous occult practitioner, Edward Alexander "Aleister" Crowley has cast a long shadow over the history and culture of the 20th century. The information included in Aleister Crowley: A Visual Study illustrates this fact. As the foremost accumulator of occult knowledge in the late 19th and early 20th Century, Crowley based his writings upon prior magicians, writers, and philosophers, incorporating their ideas, and his own, into a new religion for a New Age. This book details Crowley’s progression from a self–described childhood in hell, to notorious magician, to drug-addled middle age as the Great Beast, and on to his final years living in an upscale boarding house in southern England. As this visual study confirms, a copious amount of photographic and newspaper evidence still remains concerning the Beast 666-Aleister Crowley.

Southern Europe

Although Athens was given dominance over the city of Eleusis, the mystery rites
would remain the exclusive property of the Eleusinians. For brokering this
arrangement, Eumolpos' descendants were given the hereditary right to
supervise the ...

Southern Europe

Author: Trudy Ring

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134259654

Page: 836

View: 868

First Published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

The Yellow Book

Samael Aun Weor, The Pistis Sophia Unveiled Eleusis: (Greek) “The most
famous of the ancient religious Mysteries were the Eleusinian, whose rites were
celebrated every five years in the city of Eleusis to honor Ceres (Demeter, Rhea,
or Isis) ...

The Yellow Book

Author: Samael Aun Weor

Publisher: Glorian Publishing

ISBN: 1934206636


View: 645

Learn the practical science to work directly with the root energy of all existence, and experience for oneself the reality of the ancient and mysterious Divine Mother Kundalini, spoken of in all the world's great religions. Includes practices of meditation, transmutation, astral projection, pranayama, and the long-hidden Jinn Science.