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De la Zamolxis la Ginghis-Han

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Numele etnic al dacilor isi reveleaza semnificatia religioasa primitiva numai in universul valorilor specifice vanatorilor si razboinicilor. La fel, cultul lui Zalmoxis nu poate fi inteles decat dupa ce se dezvaluie sensul initiatic al ocultarii si epifaniei zeului. Mitul cosmogonic romanesc isi reveleaza trasaturile sale specifice dupa ce descifram nu numai preistoria „du ...more
Published (first published December 29th 1972)
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Lavinia
* una din explicatiile referitoare la etimologia numelui dacilor e legata de lycantropie, care, zice-se, ar fi fost foarte trendy in zona balcano-carpatica.

* prin faptul ca au avut in Zalmoxis un zeu suprem, se presupune ca daco-getii s-au apropiat mai usor de crestinism decit celelalte popoare politeiste din jur.

* una din versiunile legendei mesterului Manole, cea ungureasca, vorbeste despre 12 mesteri care lucrau la constructia cetatii Deva. Exista si aici elementul sacrificiului - prima sotie
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Tuğçe
every religion is a little bit too much connected. eliade wrote, argued and compared every possible story in the world to show this, in an academic way.

my first book of eliade, but definitely will not be the last.
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Romanian-born historian of religion, fiction writer, philosopher, professor at the University of Chicago, and one of the pre-eminent interpreters of world religion in this century. Eliade was an intensely prolific author of fiction and non-fiction alike, publishing over 1,300 pieces over 60 years. He earned international fame with LE MYTHE DE L'ÉTERNAL RETOUR (1949, The Myth of the Eternal Return) ...more
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