Hyperborean Wisdom of Nimrod de Rosario and Gnostic Geopolitics
From Geopolitica, 2014
Luis Felipe Moyano (1946-1996), better known as Nimrod de Rosario, was an Argentinian writer who deeply and extensively studied comparative religions, spirituality and mythology throughout history; developing a Gnostic Cosmology known as Hyperborean Wisdom.
He is the author of “El Misterio de Belicena Villca”, a mystic-historical novel, and of the two volumes treatise “Fundamentos de la Sabiduría Hiperbórea”, a complex study including many scientific details, dealing often with Physics and time-space correlations.
He also was the founder of the esoteric secret society OCTRA (Orden de Caballeros Tirodal de la República Argentina – “Tirodal Order of Knights of the Argentinian Republic”, being “Tirodal” a contraction of the names of the two runes “Tyr” and “Odal”), and did correspond with well known Chilean writer Miguel Serrano (1917-2009). It is said by some of Nimrod´s followers that Serrano took many of his Gnostic and esoteric concepts from Nimrod´s writings without quoting him, being this the Continue reading
Chan-Chan, The timeless citadel of clay
From Machu Picchu Gateway [edited]
This enormous archaeological complex is located in front of the sea, half way between the Huanchaco hot springs and the city of Trujillo, which is the capital of the department of Lambayeque, in the north coast of Perú.
The site covers an extension of 20 km; the central zone is formed by 10 places with walls, called citadels, a few structures with a pyramidal shape, and the rest is formed by sidewalks, walls and cemeteries in bad shape.
The heart of Chan-Chan is formed by 10 citadels, called that way because of its big volume, resembling small cities with big walls. The way that Chan-Chan was built shows the status of each layer of its the society, located in different areas. Continue reading
By Kathy Doore
Viracocha – Quetzalcoatl – Enki – Vishnu – Oannes
At the dawn of the present time cycle just after the great flood of Noah, recalled in the Bible and elsewhere, a mysterious group of god men appeared at various locations around the planet to initiate the survivors of the cataclysm in the rudiments of civilization. Legends from Peru to Sumeria, ancient Egypt to India, recount the arrival of god-like beings appearing after the great flood. Osiris and The Egyptian Thoth, India’s Vishnu, Enki and Oannes of Sumerian and Babylonia, Quetzalcoatl and Viracocha in the Americas, are remembered in ancient worldwide legends as a group of beings collectively referred to as the Fisher Kings — fisher’s of men.
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The All-Seeing Eye: Sacred Origins of a Hijacked Symbol
By The Mind Unleashed, August 11 2014
The all-seeing eye is a powerful esoteric symbol which is widely misunderstood and misused today; few know what it originally stood for. It was originally symbolic of a higher spiritual power or God, a watchful caretaker of humanity or an awakened spiritual part within. But these days it has quite different associations.
Today the all-seeing eye is more likely to be seen as an “Illuminati” symbol of control and surveillance by elites who to a large degree run the show on this planet at this time. This is because, over time, dark sinister forces have taken over esoteric symbols that for thousands of years were used to convey Continue reading
Ninth child – Oya
From The Yoruba Religious Concepts
Not unlike her sisters, Oya Llasan, brought a physical beauty to the world. Her appearance also brought great conflict to the orisa. Oya had eyes of amber they where large and round and very expressive. When the people made eye contact with her, they would fall under her spell. With her birth into the kingdom also came the breath of life and movement of air, great storms and tornadoes.
Although she was female and feminine, She had a strong temperament and when she was forced to she would assume the personality of a masculine warrior in battle as well as lead others into war fighting as a equal at their side. Oya had the soul of a Continue reading
Great Orisha goddess of Wind, Storms and Guardian Between Worlds
From African American Wiccan Society
Oya is a Great Yoruban Orisha. She is the goddess of Storms and Winds, and Her realm ranges from rainbows to thunder. Her name means “She Who Tore” in Yoruba. She can manifest as winds ranging from the gentlest breeze to the raging hurricane or cyclone.
Oya is known as a fierce Warrior goddess and a strong Protectress of women, who call upon Her. It is She who assists us with rapid inner and outer transformation. Oya, is about absolute change (especially for the good) and is not a Continue reading
Myth of mermaids is popular all around the world, but the African water spirit Mami Wata remained respected and celebrated from the time before the African nations came in contact with Europe, through the ages, and even up to today where she is venerated in West, Central, Southern Africa and the diaspora in Americas. She represented one of the most powerful goddesses in the African religion of Voudun (not to be mistaken to the newer and more heavily publicized Voodoo) and is today celebrated as a goddess that must be both loved and feared.
As with many other old mermaid deities such as Assyrian Astarte, Babylonian Ishtar and Greek Aphrodite, she is regarded as an immortal spirit that personifies polar opposites, such as of beauty and danger, natural force and healing, Continue reading