The Egg Of Nemesis In Etruscan Presentation By Turms / Hermes / Mercury

An Etruscan depiction of the Egg of Nemesis being presented to the King of Sparta, hence the labelling of ' Turms ' ( Hermes / Mercury ), 'Tuntle' (Tyndareos / Tyndareus), and 'Latva' (Leda) This is from the lesser-known 'alternate' explication for the Birth of Helen ['Elinei' / 'Elinai' / 'Elina'] in which it is … Continue reading The Egg Of Nemesis In Etruscan Presentation By Turms / Hermes / Mercury

Dyaus Draconis – The Dread Dragon Forms of the Indo-European Sky Father [ Part Two – Meilichios – ‘Zeus Be Nice Now’ ]

I - The 'Difficult' Facings To The Draconic Lord, At Least In Minds Of Academia Few figures better demonstrate the immediate worth of our approach for the Western IE sphere in these matters, perhaps, than that of Zeus Meilichios. Why? Because here we have a deific - an Aspect of Zeus, I should more properly … Continue reading Dyaus Draconis – The Dread Dragon Forms of the Indo-European Sky Father [ Part Two – Meilichios – ‘Zeus Be Nice Now’ ]

Crossing Paths With Mania And The Lares – An Indo-European Examination Of The Roman Observance Of the Compitalia Part One: The Roman Recollection As To The Archaic Relevancy For The Rite

Some days after Saturnalia [ostensibly January 3rd], we find ourselves at the  'Compitalia' - the Observance of the Crossroads (Compita) dedicated to the Lares … and also to the formidable Goddess, Mania. And for this occasion, we shall endeavour to delve into the Indo-European origination and broader comparative co-expressions for both the Observance and its propitiated … Continue reading Crossing Paths With Mania And The Lares – An Indo-European Examination Of The Roman Observance Of the Compitalia Part One: The Roman Recollection As To The Archaic Relevancy For The Rite

A Saturn Liturgy For Saturn’s Day And The Transition Of The Year Into (Re)New

Today is Saturday - Saturn's Day. And, not least because we are at the juncture which demarcates the liminal between the Years … we present something rather special. A bespoke liturgy for Him, composed by our associate Pereira Juventino [ Clécio Dauphin ] for an observance that we had undertaken earlier in the year. [The … Continue reading A Saturn Liturgy For Saturn’s Day And The Transition Of The Year Into (Re)New

On The Meaning Of Dragons – An Indo-European Exploration : Part Three – The Custodian of Colchis , The Draconic Defender Of The Nemean Naos Dios

Now, there are two key points that we wish to make viz. this circumstance of the Colchisian Dragon (and we shall leave certain comments viz. Medea and other such potent female figures in relation to the Dragons for another day). The first of which being that it is quite clear that the specific suite of … Continue reading On The Meaning Of Dragons – An Indo-European Exploration : Part Three – The Custodian of Colchis , The Draconic Defender Of The Nemean Naos Dios

On The Meaning Of Dragons – An Indo-European Exploration : Part Two – Draconic In-Sight

Stepping out from the justifiably immense shadow of the Striker/Thunderer's deeds, and those of His Father aforesaid … the situation of Cadmus presents us with an actual, bona-fide Dragon (or, rather, 'Drakon' - Δρακων) … that is also generally depicted as effectively a very large snake. Not with extra heads, wings, or even legs - … Continue reading On The Meaning Of Dragons – An Indo-European Exploration : Part Two – Draconic In-Sight