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El Lado Oculto y Oscuro de la CIBELES - YouTube

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sculpture/  relief: Mithras  Roman, Middle Empire  Second Second half Century AD  marble

sculpture/ relief: Mithras Roman, Middle Empire Second Second half Century AD marble

The Baltic Sea Anomaly - 2014, 14,000 Year Fossilized UFO/USO crash site, Shag Harbour Incident, Stunning Discoveries | Beyond Science

The Baltic Sea Anomaly - 2014, 14,000 Year Fossilized UFO/USO crash site, Shag Harbour Incident, Stunning Discoveries

The Baltic Sea Anomaly - Year Fossilized UFO/USO crash site, Shag Harbour Incident, Stunning Discoveries

In Rome, Mithras was a sun god, and in Persia, he was a god of the morning sun. • The Roman Mithras appears in history in the late 1st C AD, and disappears by the late 4th C AD. • No ancient source preserves the mythology of the god. All of our information comes from depictions on monuments, and the limited mentions of the cult in literary sources. • The temples of Mithras were always an underground cave, featuring a relief of Mithras killing the bull.

In Rome, Mithras was a sun god, and in Persia, he was a god of the morning sun.

bas relief from the mithraium under the circus maximus. Mithras is portrayed in this relief wearing a tunic, trousers, a cloak and Phrygian cap and is shown in the act of killing a bull. A snake licks the bull’s wound; the bull’s tail is transformed into ears of corn; below, a small dog rises up on its hind legs and places its front paws on the chest of the victim, while a scorpion bites the animal’s testicles.

bas relief from the mithraium under the circus maximus. Mithras is portrayed in this relief wearing a tunic, trousers, a cloak and Phrygian cap and is shown in the act of killing a bull. A snake licks the bull’s wound; the bull’s tail is transformed into ears of corn; below, a small dog rises up on its hind legs and places its front paws on the chest of the victim, while a scorpion bites the animal’s testicles.

Get Tangled in These Mythical God Family Trees - Get Tangled in These Mythical God Family Trees - A fun visual of the Egyptian Gods and their relations. All ages (educator note, mention of affairs, etc on the poster)

A relief of Mithras slaying the bull, the first of living creatures from whose blood, corn and all other forms of life arose. Roman / Museo Nazionale Romano, Rom

(Roman) A relief of Mithras slaying the bull, the first of living creatures from whose blood, corn and all other forms of life arose by - Bridgeman art images historical footage for licensing

Bacchus group from the Temple of Mithras. The sculpture is made of carrara marble and depicts Bacchus with Silenus, a satyr, maenad and a panther. This sculpture was found on the latest floor of the temple when the building was no longer used to worship Mithras. It was located at the east end of the temple, against the North wall. From The Museum of London.

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1 CE - 100 CE: Mithraism spreads in the Roman empire.

The Sabbath days is on Saturday. Now we know where this "Sunday" worship day comes from. Wake up!

The Sabbath days is on Saturday. Saturn day or Jupiter "Sunday" stands for worship day of the sun god Horus ,Helios ,

Mithras slaying the bull, c.150-200 (limestone). Roman, (2nd century AD) / Cincinnati Art Museum, Ohio, USA / Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher E. Nyce / The Bridgeman Art Library

Cult Relief of Mithras slaying Bull AD Roman Source: Cincinnati Art Museum

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