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  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 1: Points of View
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  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 2: Mysteries and Mystery Wisdom
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    • give him what his heart seeks. He acknowledges the gods, but he knows
    • that in the ordinary conceptions of the gods the great enigmas of
    • shows that the daemons, that is, the spiritual beings, and the gods
    • higher nature than the daemons and gods. And this is in the nature of
    • Mystery wisdom. The people pictured gods and daemons in images taken
    • the eternalness of such gods! How could Zeus, as the people pictured
    • — One thing was clear to the mystic: man attains his idea of the gods
    • contrast to this the formation of ideas of the gods has something
    • is lacking. Reflection teaches us that with the gods we imagine
    • of his gods. He even asks himself: How do I come to transcend physical
    • think to himself: Let us simply look at all these ideas of the gods.
    • the most glorious hunts of the gods take place. The Greek peoples
    • “But men have the idea that gods are born,
    • Were beasts to draw the semblance of the gods,
    • may reject the legends of the gods and acknowledge as reality only
    • remain content with the gods thus created, the gods of the people. If
    • to the gods of the people. He did not deny them nor declare them to be
    • gods. He wishes to see this force which is creating gods. It is not
    • like the gods of the people; it is something higher. Xenophanes also
    • One God there is, 'midst gods and men supreme;
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  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 3: Greek Sages Before Plato In the Light of Mystery Wisdom
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    • initiated and purified will dwell with the gods. For as they say in
    • He did not want the gods furnished with attributes taken from the
    • the gods.”
  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 4: Plato as a Mystic
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    • gods, and that when he arrived there it would be well with him, if it
    • say, lives in truth through all after-time with the gods.”
    • gods and goddesses (if so be that we are not utterly demented),
    • Greek mythology. The world of the gods is born in the soul. Man regards as
    • his gods what he himself creates in the form of pictures
    • pictures of the gods the divine force present in himself which is
    • active before the creation of these pictures of the gods. The mother
    • gods. Let us look at the myth of Dionysus in the light of the above.
    • the gods, stirs up the Titans against Dionysus. They dismember the
    • wisdom and mythology. The gods that they created were the objects of
    • the origin of the gods of the people. And the right understanding of this
  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 5: Mystery Wisdom and Myth
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    • ordinary materialistic, logical conception of life, man creates gods
    • them. The mystic perceives that he creates gods; he perceives why he creates them; he can, so to speak, see beyond the natural laws of the
    • creation of gods. It is the same with him as it would be with a plant
    • their attitude toward the popular world of gods and myths. They wished
    • to perceive the laws of this world of gods and myths. Where the people
    • Furthermore, to wish to teach all men the truth about the gods causes
    • arrives at the point where it should follow the gods over the heavens,
    • gods in certain parts of the country. A significant series of myths
    • greatly at the hands of their stepmother. The gods sent a ram with a
    • ram to the gods and presented the fleece to the King Aetes. The latter
    • of the gods, of Uranos (Heaven) and Gaia (Earth). Kronos, the youngest
    • overpowered by his son Zeus. And Zeus became supreme among the gods.
    • the image of a woman of great beauty, which the gods adorned with all
    • Hermes, the messenger of the gods, brought her to Epimetheus, the
    • gods. Epimetheus accepted the gift, despite the fact that Prometheus
    • had advised him on no account to accept a gift from the gods. When the
    • Therefore Hope has remained as the doubtful gift of the gods. — At the
    • days in tortured solitude until one of the gods voluntarily sacrificed
    • to know this secret; he sent the messenger of the gods, Hermes, to
    • was reconciled with the gods.
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  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 6: Egyptian Mystery Wisdom
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    • work. These conceptions indeed indicate ideas of the gods similar to
    • the field of Hotep and north of the field of Locusts, where the gods
    • eighth hour of the day with the image of the heart of the gods,
  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 8: The Miracle of the Raising of Lazarus
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    • with the gods. Schelling describes the feelings of an initiate thus:
    • indestructible relationship, joining the army of the higher gods, as
  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 9: The Apocalypse of John
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    • powers must be victorious nevertheless. All other gods are united in
  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 12: Christianity and Pagan Wisdom
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    • of joy to the eternal gods, He too rejoiced.”
  • Title: CaMF: Translators Notes
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    • Sallust the Platonist, De Diis et mundo, Concerning Gods and

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