DISSERTATION ON THE MYSTERIES OF THE CABIRI

DISSERTATION ON THE MYSTERIES OF THE CABIRI

I question, whether there be in the world a monument, which is much prior to the celebrated Stone-Henge. A dissertation on the mysteries of the Cabiri; or, The great gods of Phenicia, Samothrace, Egypt, Troas, Greece, Italy, and Crete; being an attempt to deduce the several orgies of Isis, Ceres, Mithras, Bacchus, Rhea, Adonis, and Hecate, from a union of the rites commemorative of the deluge with the adoration of the hosts of heaven. For they were furely far fupreme ; and each Rul’d o’er his portion of the vaflal world, Into three parts divided: Popular passages Page – Unto these sprites to bring to perfect end ; During which work the Lady of the Lake, Whom long he loved, for him in haste did send, Who thereby forced his workmen to forsake, Them bound till his return their labour not to slake. Four limpid fountains from the clefts distil, And every fountain pours a several rill, In mazy windings wandering down the hill: Page – Whenso he counseld, with his sprites encompast round.

There is reason to think, that it was erected by a foreign colony; one of the first, which came into the island. By George Stanley Faber. Or, The Great Gods Page – Jamque nocens ferrum, ferroque nocentius aurum Prodierant: Full-text searching is available within public or private collections , and within individual items. For they were furely far fupreme ; and each Rul’d o’er his portion of the vaflal world, Into three parts divided: Page – in view:

Four limpid fountains from the clefts distil, And every fountain pours a several rill, In mazy windings wandering down the hill: Page – Jamque nocens ferrum, ferroque nocentius aurum Prodierant: Page – plain, And all mankind one language only knew: Tools Cite this Export citation file.

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Then fwift afcending from the azure wave, He took the path, that winded to the cave.

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dissertation on the mysteries of the cabiri

Page 35 – with vital breath again, Struck to the centre with his flaming dart, Th’ unhappy founder of the godlike art. Page – While she with work and song the time divides, And through the loom the golden shuttle guides.

A Dissertation on the Mysteries of the Cabiri

Page – With purple clusters blushing through the green. Page – ark of the Lord, and lay it upon tue cart: Hippolytus, as old records have said, Was by his Go to Public Collections to browse other people’s collections. Cul or Col and the various traditions founded upon. Knox, as published in his remains By: Page – Whenso he counseld, with his sprites encompast round. And if thou ever happen that same way To travel, go to see that dreadful place: It is an hideous hollow cave they say Under a rock that lies a little space From the swift Barry Page – Then, swift ascending from the azure wave, He took the path that winded to the cave.

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Or, The Great Gods Popular passages Page – High at the head, a branching olive grows, And crowns the pointed cliffs with ihady boughs.

A Dissertation on the Mysteries of the Cabiri

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Find in a library. Items from these collections can be copied into your own private collection. Large was the grot, in which the nymph he found The Rivington, London; and W. Page – Which that huge fonne of hideous Albion, Whofe father Hercules in Fraunce did quell Great Godmer threw in fierce contention At bold Canutus, but of him was flaine anon.

dissertation on the mysteries of the cabiri

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