Lunar myth and worship through the ages

LUNAR MYTH AND WORSHIP THROUGH THE AGES It is worth the trouble of presenting in this work a bird's-eye view of the origin and development of the lunar myth and worship in historical antiquity, on our side of the globe.

Lunar myth and worship through the ages

The Sun is the giver of life to the whole planetary system. The Moon is the giver of life to our globe. The Hindus proudly call themselves descendants of Solar and Lunar dynasties. The Christians pretend to regard such beliefs as idolatry, yet they adhere to a religion entirely based upon solar and lunar worship. Mystery 1. The lowest key to the androgynous Moon is anthropomorphic and phallic. The highest key is purely theogonic and divine. The Jewish god, with which the Christians have burdened themselves, is no higher than the lunar symbol of Nature’s reproductive or generative faculty. The entire Pantheon of lunar gods and goddesses consists of “sons” and “husbands” of their “mothers,” and is identical with the Christian Trinity. Mystery 2. The riddle of the Two Ones unriddled. The One Divine Essence, ever unmanifested, perpetually begets a second One, manifested and androgynous in its nature. The latter brings forth immaculately everything macro- and micro-cosmical in the universe. But human procreation in the infernal regions of matter is far from divine, it is a deadly sin. Deus Lunus, a male lunar deity, became overtly androgyne in the Lemurian Race of our Round when sexes separated. Later on, its dual hermaphrodite power was exploited by Atlantean sorcerers. Still, in the present Aryan Race, the same lunar-solar worship continues, dividing nations into two distinct and essentially antagonistic factions and cults. Pagan and Papal cosmogonies are diametrically opposed. The one is an ever-youthful Mother-Nature, antitype of Sun and Moon, creating immaculately the ideal universe; the other, by concocting an infernal “Virgin Mary” who brings forth a “son” of the earth earthy, degrades everything divine and sacred to the lowest anthropomorphic goddess of the rabble. The “virgin” goddess of the Latin Church is a faithful copy of the old pagan goddesses, albeit counterfeit; the twelve apostles stand for the twelve tribes, the latter being personifications of the twelve great gods and the twelve signs of the Zodiac. The liberal adoption by the Latin Church of such symbols as water, fire, sun, moon, and stars, and a good many other things, is a continuation of the old worship of Pagan nations under different names. The belief that Fire finds refuge in Water was not limited to the old Scandinavians. It was shared by all nations before taken up by the early Christians, who symbolized the Holy Ghost under the shape of Fire, the breath of the Father-Sun, descending into the Water or Sea, Mother, Mare, Mary, etc.

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