samedi 16 février 2013


To seal found and dated around the late 2nd or early 3rd century AD, appears engraved one crucified man. Resting on a V, having on top of the cross and the crescent above 7 stars shown as crosses. Knowing that time was expanding rapidly Christianity, this finding does not impress us. But what makes it special is that it bears engraved the words "Orphee VAKCHIKOS." Thus relates to the ancient Greek mystic Orpheus Rather odd, since the myth of Orpheus says not crucified but was massacred and disintegrated by angry Maenads.
In the first centuries of the appearance of Christianity, a Christian Gnostic currents blamed it Christ with Orpheus. It was the similarity of the teachings and moral principles between Christianity and Orphism, which led to this match. The Crucified Orpheus, perhaps reminded of this similarity, uniting old and new symbols.
But interest is the relationship of names Bacchus (or 'IAKHOU') and Jesus in Hebrew, Bacchus / IAKHOU is JEHSU, which is pronounced "Iesou." The Phoenicians and Kanaaites transferred simply as IIS, ie the Greeks Inc., and directly across from the Jews "Jesus."
The V that appears at the bottom of the cross and the crucified which bears his feet, perhaps associated with 7 crosses / stars of the summit, that crown the crucified. V is one of the ancient symbols of the divine feminine, evoking the womb that gives birth. The number 7 is associated with the Greek goddess Aphrodite, the goddess of femininity, beauty and love. Interestingly, the Arabic numerals, the number 7 is written as V. In Roman numerals, V is the number 5, which is also associated with the goddess Venus and the planet's namesake, who, as has been observed by astronomers of antiquity, forming with its motion a pentacle (5A) in the sky, in a period 7 years.
The L in Arabic numbers is 8. The symbol L is associated with the masculine principle, referring to the phallus that impregnates the womb. The number 8 is also connected to the Sulphur male element, the earth man, the balance between them, with the regeneration, and therefore the Godman Christ.
Putting it on the V L, X is formed, ie the oblique cross. In Roman numerals, X is 10 (number refers to the unit) and mathematics is the symbol of multiplication.
The crescent at the top of the cross, just above the head of the crucified, is another reference to an ancient female deity, the Moon Goddess. Thus, the female aspect seems to frame the crucified man, supporting his feet and his head stefanonontas ...
By the way it is positioned his legs crossed on V, V size and placement of the stars at the top, it seems as if the whole performance springs (born) through the V and ends at 7 stars.
Another paradox of the show is the appearance of the crucified man, because the crucifixion is not displayed as a symbol of Christianity before the Middle Ages. That refers to the crucified Orpheus makes the symbol more strange and enigmatic ...

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