In regard to Ancient Egypt, Massey first published The Book of the Beginnings, followed by The Natural Genesis. His most prolific work is Ancient Egypt: The Light of the World, published shortly before his death. Like Godfrey Higgins a half-century earlier, Massey believed that Western religions had Egyptian roots. Massey wrote: The human mind has … Continue reading Gerald Massey – Wikipedia
" Eosphoros, god of the morning star, Venus, leads the procession of the day: the chariots of Eos, the dawn, and Helios the sun. Eosphoros is depicted as a handsome young winged god with a shining aureole upon his head. Helios and Eos likewise appear as aureole crowned youths, each driving a four horse … Continue reading Eos – The Light of All-Seeing Dawn
Simon Marmion - Vision de l’Enfer, from Les Visions du chevalier Tondal manuscript. 1475
"In Västergötland, Sweden, a similar type of labyrinth game was reported in 1933: Here, people used to draw labyrinths in the snow on the ice during winter. The paths would be wide enough to skate on. In the center was a girl placed, who was called the “Bride of Grimborg”. Grimborg is a medieval legendary … Continue reading Labyrinths and Ritual in Scandinavia
The Sun's resplendent deity I sing, The beauteous offspring of almighty Jove, Who, thro' the vivifying solar fount Within his fabricative mind conceal'd, A triad form'd of splendid solar gods; From whence the world's all-various forms emerg'd From mystic darkness into beauteous light, Perfect, and full of intellectual goods. Hail! Supermundane king of light divine, … Continue reading Emperor Julian – To Apollo and The Sun
Here's the content of the article I wrote that was published in Astraea magazine a few years ago. Copyright Jaq White. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ In this article Jaq White examines the alchemical symbolism in the ancient phenomena of the Black Madonna. The Cosmic Cycle and the Black Madonna Jaq White “Nature comprehends the visible and invisible Creatures of … Continue reading The Cosmic Cycle, The Golden Chain of Homer and the Black Madonna – by Jaq White
"In order to bring all this mass of material together, Hepburn must have had a wide range of source material to study, and it seems most likely that this material was available in the Vatican Library itself. As to what Hepburn's motives were for publishing such a collection of alphabets, we can only speculate. He … Continue reading The Virga Aurea – Seventy-two magical and other related alphabets.