The Hidden Meaning of the New Year

"Let your sorrows cease, sacred host of initiated adepts, your God is resuscitated; and his sufferings and pains will janusserve to save you."

The name of the month January is derived from the two-faced Roman god with the Latin name of Janus. The ancient Romans had adopted him as their god of time, doorways, new beginnings, coinage, war and peace. The reason he has two faces is because one face looks back into the past, and the other face forward to the future.

This is essentially what happens on New Year's Eve when you countdown to midnight which is the ending of one year, and the beginning of a brand new year filled with new hopes and dreams. A time to put an end to the past year which is now old, and began fresh with a new year. (more…)

January was dedicated to the God Janus

Sir Godfrey Higgins had written about the Roman God of New Years, Janus in Anacalypsis an Attempt to Draw Aside the Veil of the Saitic Isis - Volume 1, " Janus was not one of what they called their twelve great Gods, but he was said to be the father of them all. He had twelve altars erected to him. He held in one hand letters denoting 365, and in the other the keys of heaven, which he opened to the good and shut to the wicked.


The Symbol of the Nephilim is the Caduceus of Hermes

The God of commerce, the arts, magic, and modern commercial medicine was named Hermes. His symbol was the Caduceus Staff or Rod of Hermes and the fallen onesHermes which is a pole (rod or staff) with two serpents, or more appropriately, worms intertwined, and that reunite forming an arch at the top.

In the etymology of the Latin word caduceus, we find the secret meaning of the symbol of Hermes. The compound word caduceus is made of the words "cad and ceus." The meaning of the Latin word cad is "to fall." It is derived from the Greek kad and in Sanskrit cad, both meaning to fall, and also sometimes to die.  (more…)

Hand of the Mysteries

“The hand of the Mysteries controlled in the establishment of the new government, for the signature of the Mysteries may Hand of the mysteriesstill be seen on the Great Seal of the United States of America. The signature of the Mysteries is the ‘apotheosis’ of man." - Manly P. Hall Secret Teachings of All Ages

The image to the right is called the "Hand of the Mysteries," and it was illustrated by Augustus Knapp in Manly Hall’s “The Secret Teachings of All Ages.”

The Hand of the Mysteries goes by many other names, including the Hand of the Philosopher, Hand of the Master Mason, and the Emblematic Hand of Mysteries.

On each finger you will find a unique symbol. The thumb has a crown, the index with a star, the middle finger with a sun, the ring finger with a lantern, and the pinky with a key. (more…)

Open Your Third Eye to Walk Like an Ancient Egyptian

The ancient Egyptians were master alchemists, scientists and gnostics. Their whole religion was hippocampus 3d2based on these three heavenly human practices that they used to not only stay healthy and live as long as possible, but also to obtain true gnosis so that they could evolve their souls.

This my brothers and sisters is the basis of human evolution.

They knew the secret hidden powers of the body, blood and brain. This was the seat of their power that they used to grow such a vast empire in which they ruled for thousands of years.

The rule of the first true ancient gnostic Egyptians. (more…)

Who was Pan?

In Ancient Greece and Greco-Egypt, the God Pan had signified "all things." The meaning of the name of Pan, is an old Baphomet pan imageword denoting to close or join together. Pan is the universal agent known as phosphorus, that gives light and life to the world. Like phosphorus does here on earth, the God Pan was often considered as the great principle of vegetable and animal life. The ancient city of Pan was known as Panopolis.

Pan is also known as the Goat of Mendes and can be found today in the form of the horned goat God, made famous by the Knights Templars, Baphomet. 33rd Degree Freemason, Albert Pike had written in Morals and Dogma;  (more…)