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Through Passages...To Pantheon - Primeval Mass - Enlightened Black Gnosis (Cassette)

2 Oct

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  1. CHAPTER III. HYRCANUS II. ARISTOBULUS II. Brothers contend for the throne — Arrangement between the brothers — The Idumæan Antipater — Hyrcanus's weakness — Aretas besieges Jerusalem — Interference of Rome — Pompey at Jerusalem — The Judæan colony in Rome — Flaccus in Asia Minor — Cicero's oration against the Judæans — Weakening of the power of the Synhedrion.
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  3. Belief in many gods is 'polytheism' and these gods together are said to form a pantheon. However, within a pantheon one god may be supreme, a 'president of the immortals', like Zeus in ancient Greek mythology, who in theory dominates all others. shrine there are usually passages to allow for circumambulation, nor-mally keeping the shrine on.
  4. other; whether we are begotten through the medium of. spiritual perception into love, or through the medium of 18 The First Epistle of St. John. love into spiritual perception, it would be hazardous. to say. PARAGRAPH C, a. The effects, motives, and manifestations of Love. 1. The effect of Love is assurance toward God ( 18).
  5. come to the Father, except through Him: Jesus said to him, "I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father but through Me. (John ) Non-Christian paradigms of God When Freemasonry interviews a pagan who has petitioned for Lodge membership - for instance a Mormon, Moslem, or Hindu - they ask him if he has faith in.
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  7. The account of the human race in its origin and its dispersion thus presented allows for the existence of tribes in every part of the world, who, through their isolation, the effect of nomad life, war, and severities of climate, but most of all by that tendency to degrade itself—to fall from known truth to error—which is the characteristic.

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