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The Ophion Or The Theology Of The Serpent And The Unity Of God

by John Bellamy

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

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    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages140
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    Open LibraryOL11889262M
    ISBN 101428621938
    ISBN 109781428621930

    Michael Maier, Atlanta fugiens;, a XIV. Hic est Draco caudam suam devorans. 'Here is the Dragon that devours his own tail.' This dragon, Ouroboros, is perhaps the oldest hermetick hieroglyph, symbolizing the Unity of Matter and the Mercury of the Wise, in which, assert the Philosophers, everything is found.   The Divine Serpent in Myth and Legend by Robert T. Mason The Mythic Beginnings Since the very beginnings of time, on every continent of this earth where humanity has worshipped divinity the serpent has been recognized and accepted as a god. From Africa's steaming jungle to the icy wastes of northern Europe; from the fertile crescent to the deserted outback of Australia the serpent .

    He is described in the ancient Hermetic books as the "first God, immovable in the solitude of his Unity, the fountain of all things, the root of all primary, intelligble, existing forms, the God of Gods, before the etherial and empyrean Gods and the celestial." In America this great Unity, this God of . Because unity, or 1, always remains indivisible, the odd number cannot be divided equally. Thus, 9 is 4+1+4, the unity in the center being indivisible. Furthermore, if any odd number be divided into two parts, one part will always be odd and the other even. Thus, 9 may be 5+4, 3+6, 7+2, or 8+1.

      The paper concerns some crucial issues of theology and cosmogony of the Yezidis, which have distinct parallels in the writings of the ancient Greeks. A startling coincidence of certain topics and the manner of approach can lead to the conclusion that the Yezidi theology and mythology seem to have a distant genetic relationship with the Greek theology, or―which is also possible―we are. Noté /5. Retrouvez The Ophion: Or The Theology Of The Serpent And The Unity Of God et des millions de livres en stock sur Achetez neuf ou d'occasionFormat: Relié.


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Comprehending the customs of the most ancient people, who were instructed to apply the sagacity of the serpent, to the fall of man. With critical remarks on Dr. Adam Clarke's annotations on that subject in the book of Genesis.

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Comprehending the customs of the most ancient people, who were instructed to apply the sagacity of the serpent, to the fall of man. The ophion; or, The theology of the serpent, and the unity of God. Comprehending the customs of the most ancient people, who were instructed to apply the sagacity of the serpent, to the fall of man.

With critical remarks on Dr. Adam Clarke's annotations on that subject in the book of : John. Bellamy. John Bellamy - was a controversial Biblical Scholar who produced a new translation of the Bible from the Hebrew texts, and he was a follower of Emanuel Swedenborg (David S.

Katz, God’s Last Words: Reading the English Bible from the Reformation to Fundamentalism, (Yale University Press, 9 Feb ).Page ). John Bellamy was a friend of Peter Stuart, who championed. The title of his book was the Theology of Ophion, styled Ophioneus, and his worshippers were called Ophionidæ.

The egg in this instance also proceeds from the pre-eminent Unity, the Serpent God, the “Incomparable Cronus,” or Hercules. one of them is feather-headed, the other is not.” May we regard them as allusive to the Serpent.

The serpent is the symbol of health, wisdom, and Gnosis. The Serpent was venerated in Egypt as an emblem of Divinity, an oracle, and as a god. The Sons of the Serpent who are sometimes called the Sons of Snakes are said to be the most wisest of races who have ever walked on earth.

The Ophion: Or, The Theology of the Serpent, and the Unity of God. Comprehending the Customs of the Most Ancient People, who Were Instructed to Apply the Sagacity of the Serpent, to the Fall of Man.

With Critical Remarks on Dr. Adam Clarke's Annotations on that Subject in the Book of Genesis. The serpent in Eden was NOT a snake acting on its own.

The serpent that “talked” to Eve was one of two things: 1. Satan using a form of ventriloquism through an actual serpent or 2. More likely, Satan materialized the body of a serpent to approach.

The Ophion - The Theology of the Serpent, and the unity of God by John Bellamy Four Notes on the Book of Enoch by FC Burkitt, article in the Journal of Theological Studies. The Ophion - The Theology of the Serpent, and the unity of God by John Bellamy Four Notes on the Book of Enoch by FC Burkitt, article in the Journal of Theological Studies Author: Heinz Schmitz.One main god was the serpent god Indra, who became very popular.

The Hurrians were related to and supplanted by, the Hittites, who adopted the Hurrian gods. We find, for example, Illuyankas, the serpent god and Hedammu, the serpent who loved Ishtar and was her divine servant.

These were powerful and popular Hittite gods.The latter is the same as the serpent-god Ophion or Obion, whose worship we have traced in the preceding pages. This remarkable tradition, of "a war in heaven," is preserved also in the mythologies of the Persians, Hindûs, and Celts.

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