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Les Lamelles d'or orphiques

Giovanni Pugliese Carratelli

Depuis la première moitié du XIXe siècle et encore tout récemment, on a retrouvé dans des tombes de Grande Grèce, de Crète ou de Thessalie, des lamelles d'or, très fines, datables du IVe au IIe siècle av. J.-C.

 
 

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The Mysteries of Mithras. The Pagan Belief That Shaped the Christian World

The Mysteries of Mithras. The Pagan Belief That Shaped the Christian World

Payam Nabarz

From page one, Nabarz showers the reader with dense historical information about the origins of Mithras, an ancient Persian protector god whose worship can be traced as far back as the second millennium B.C.E.

El círculo de la sabiduría II. Los mandalas del budismo tántrico

El círculo de la sabiduría II. Los mandalas del budismo tántrico

Ignacio Gómez de Liaño

La audaz hipótesis que propone este libro es que el mandala budista –quizá la manifestación más característica del pensamiento y el arte sagrado asiáticos– tiene un origen completamente distinto y distante de su entorno cultural: un origen que s...

 
The Path of Enlightenment in the Mithraic Mysteries

The Path of Enlightenment in the Mithraic Mysteries

Julius Evola

Holmes Publishing Group, 1994. Hand bound monograph with parchment overlay; A FINE COPY. Translated by Guido Stucco. Covers the substance and ritual of Mithraism, with a special section on the Emperor Julian. Octavo.

Études Mithriaques. Actes du 2e Congrès International, Téhéran, du 1er au 8 septembre 1975

Études Mithriaques. Actes du 2e Congrès International, Téhéran, du 1er au 8 septembre 1975

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Actes du 2e Congrès International, Téhéran, du 1er au 8 septembre 1975.

 
The Mysteries of Mithras

The Mysteries of Mithras

Edward Clary

Holmes Publishing Group, 1993. A FINE COPY, bound in custom wraps with parchment overlay. The development of Mithraism with special attention to its relationship with Gnosticism.

 
 
Mithras, the Fellow in the Cap

Mithras, the Fellow in the Cap

Esme Wynne-Tyson

Mithras: the Fellow in the Cap (1958) examined, with autodidactic zeal, the sun-worshipping cult, discerning the pagan roots of Christian rites with ‘disturbing conclusions about Christian orthodoxy’ (J. Wynne-Tyson, 354).

 
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