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MITHRAS forerunner of Freemasons?

 
Lamplite
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MITHRAS forerunner of Freemasons?
Anyone know anything about this?
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As a shape shifting Jesus myself, I reserve the right to use as many different names as I would like... and my physical appearance is anything I chose.
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As a shape shifting Jesus myself, I reserve the right to use as many different names as I would like... and my physical appearance is anything I chose.
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Do you mean forerunner of Christianity?

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MITHRAS = CHRISTIANITY?

References were taken from:
The World Book Encyclopedia; Library of the World’s Myths and Legends (Persian Mythology); Stories of the Bible on TV – Historians; J.M.Robertson, T.W.Doane, F.Cument, J.G.Frazer; The Origins of the Mithraic Mysteries by David Ulansey



Mithra: The Pagan Christ

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MITHRAS forerunner of Freemasons?
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yes, yes indeed

bethel
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Of course..

Legend has it that the king of Gods, Truth and Light, Zeus AKA Jupiter had was hidden by the priesthood of the Curetes or Curia and had made Zeus in the form of a bull. Mithras if often depicted as being born from a rock, slaughtering a bull, and sharing a banquet with the god Sol (the Sun).

The etymology of the word Mithras is: mi- "to bind", with the "tool suffix" -tra- "causing to." Thus, etymologically mitra/miθra means "that which causes binding", preserved in the Avestan word for "covenant, contract, oath"

Initiates into the Mithras called themselves syndexioi, those "united by the handshake". Hence, NOT united by blood or tribe, but united in religion which means to bind under the symbol of the fasces under Roman Law.


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Of course..

Legend has it that the king of Gods, Truth and Light, Zeus AKA Jupiter had was hidden by the priesthood of the Curetes or Curia and had made Zeus in the form of a bull. Mithras if often depicted as being born from a rock, slaughtering a bull, and sharing a banquet with the god Sol (the Sun).

The etymology of the word Mithras is: mi- "to bind"
, with the "tool suffix" -tra- "causing to." Thus, etymologically mitra/miθra means "that which causes binding", preserved in the Avestan word for "covenant, contract, oath"

Initiates into the Mithras called themselves syndexioi, those "united by the handshake". Hence, NOT united by blood or tribe, but united in religion which means to bind under the symbol of the fasces under Roman Law.

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'to bind' = lotus

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MITHRAS forerunner of Freemasons?
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yes, yes indeed

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