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EPIPHANY FROM DIONYSUS TO THEOPHANY FOR IASUS (MOIRA Ztel)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  7/01/14) 12.20 The Passion Drama of the Dying God But the splendor of the god, to whom all of the treasure rooms of the world have been opened, is overcast suddenly by a profound darkness. Behind the … Continue reading

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EPIPHANY FROM DIONYSUS TO THEOPHANY FOR IASUS (MOIRA CT)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  20/08/13) 12.14 The God of the Women Women make up the intimate surroundings and retinue of Dionysus. He, himself, has something feminine in his nature. To be sure, he is in no way a weakling but a … Continue reading

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EPIPHANY FROM DIONYSUS TO THEOPHANY FOR IASUS (MOIRA E)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  4/02/13) 12.11 The Ancient Fertility Deity Despite the blame placed on Hera, the myth is telling of the son of a king who is given the scepter of kingship and placed on the throne as the last … Continue reading

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EPIPHANY FROM DIONYSUS TO THEOPHANY FOR IASUS (MOIRA D)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  4/02/13) 12.11 The Ancient Fertility Deity Despite the blame placed on Hera, the myth is telling of the son of a king who is given the scepter of kingship and placed on the throne as the last … Continue reading

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EPIPHANY FROM DIONYSUS TO THEOPHANY FOR IASUS (MOIRA C)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  25/6/12) 12.9Dionysus Dionysus was the ancient Greek god of fertility, ritual dance, and mysticism, the mysterious and paradoxical god of altered states, of ecstasy and terror, of wildness and of the most blessed deliverance – the mad … Continue reading

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EPIPHANY FROM DIONYSUS TO THEOPHANY FOR IASUS (MOIRA B)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  7/1/12) Fig 12.6: Christos Helios 12.4 Darkening the Sun of Righteousness Jesus was called the Sun of Righteousness, the Light to the gentiles. Dionysus is the dark side of the sun, opposite Apollo at Delphi, the tragic … Continue reading

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EPIPHANY FROM DIONYSUS TO THEOPHANY FOR IASUS (MOIRA A)

Fig 12.1: Christ squeezed in the wine-press distributing his blood to the faithful 15th century  German manuscript (Jones 7) 12.1 Prologue: Noah is the Hebrew Dionysian ancestor of the great flood, who suffered the fate of castration at the hands … Continue reading

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