The Indo-European Man – Sons of the Sun [Part I – Introduction]

One of the quite literally foundational tasks of our mythology is also a simple one - to tell us who we are, and where we're from. I say 'simple', and yet it's also unutterably complex. Particularly when it comes to distinguishing ourselves from other people(s) who might happen to exist around us, and potentially have … Continue reading The Indo-European Man – Sons of the Sun [Part I – Introduction]

Sadly Mythtaken – On The Christian Apostles Confused For Greek Gods In The Bible

I find this kinda hilarious. The Apostles Paul & Barnabas in Lystra, Lycaonia [SW Anatolia]. What's going on is that Paul and Barnabas have turned up in the city, healed a man ... and the town has basically decided as a result of this miraculous occurrence that they're Zeus & Hermes come in human form … Continue reading Sadly Mythtaken – On The Christian Apostles Confused For Greek Gods In The Bible

Divinity *May* Be Democracy – But Only For Non-Greeks

We tend to make significant use of three main Indo-European mythoreligious complexes in our work here at Arya Akasha: the Hindu, Nordic/Germanic, and Classical [Greco-Roman].Of these, it has occurred to me with some interest that the only pantheonic setup wherein there actually *does* seem to be a semi-absolute monarchy in operation ...... is also the … Continue reading Divinity *May* Be Democracy – But Only For Non-Greeks

Gott In Himachal Pradesh – On The ShivLing Of Kinnaur Kailash [Incredible Indo-European Holy Sites Series Part I ]

It is Monday - Lord Shiva's Day! And therefore … we're starting our series on impressive Indo-European holy sites around the world, with this frankly amazing Shaivite place of pilgrimage - the ShivLing of Kinnaur Kailash, in Himachal Pradesh, India. We'll also be taking a brief look at how this site relates to comparable Western … Continue reading Gott In Himachal Pradesh – On The ShivLing Of Kinnaur Kailash [Incredible Indo-European Holy Sites Series Part I ]