The Greek Mysteries

Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition, Vol. 1 No. 7, Autumnal Equinox 2004, The Greek Mysteries

Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition
No. 7, Vol. 1. Autumnal Equinox 2004

The Greek Mysteries

Editorial: Olympic Magick: A Global Ritual for the End of Time
by Vincent Bridges

More Than A Theorem:
Pythagoras and his Brotherhood
by Samuel Scarborough
A brief life sketch of the revolutionary philosopher Pythagoras, along with some of the innovative ideas taught to his influential Brotherhood in the Ancient World.

The Bornless Ritual
by Alex Sumner
An analysis of the Greek text of the Bornless Ritual with Aleister Crowley's.

"Isopsephos" - Greek Gematria
by Alex Sumner
A compilation of Greek terms and their numerical value.

Herakles in the West
by Frater L.
Walking the Heraklean Way, from Tangiers the White to the Blackness of the Hesperides, in the Aftermath of Apocalypse ; a fresh look at the sources of the lore and sacred geography of the West.

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The Cover Art: Phi Pi
by J.S. Kupperman

“A reductionist approach to Pythagorean geometry.”

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