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A tome that delves deep into our nearly forgotten ancient past, examining the links between philosophy, metaphysical and esoteric orders. Corvis investigates the dark secret connections in occult histories. Dare to seek the truths hidden long ago.
Paperback, 244 pages
Published August 6th 2008 by Dark Moon Press (first published 2008)
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You could say it all started with Lucifer or perhaps with Prometheus and I am quite sure that Loki had a hand in everything. These three of course were the prehistorical rebel gods. They never went along with the dictates of society and they always broke the mold. For this they were demonized. Lucifer was cast from Heaven and demoted to Hell. Prometheus felt sorry for mankind and gave them fire. He also offered a sacrifice to the gods that consisted of bone, fat and blood. For this he was punish ...more
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