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Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1860)
All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.
 
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  Six Principles of Magic
1. Every magician has a beautiful vision for the world.
2. Every system of magic is a single artists tool, used to reshape reality.
3. If you believe, it shall exist.
4. When you call, they will answer.
5. Success and failure, is one and the same: ignorance and depression is the enemy.
6. Be like all equally, and you shall unite; refuse and separate.

by Dalamar
 
  Mythology of THOTH
Thoth Egyptian God
Discover more about the myth and legend of Thoth & The Book of THOTH
 


This is Section The Golden Bough.
Following are the articles published under this section.


  • Chapter 1. The King of the Wood (1497 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 1. The King of the Wood : Section 2. Artemis and Hippolytus (1218 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 1. The King of the Wood. Section 3. Recapitulation (1301 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 2. Priestly Kings. (1156 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 3. Sympathetic Magic: Section 1. The Principles of Magic. (1334 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 3. Sympathetic Magic. (1364 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 3. Sympathetic Magic : Section 3. Contagious Magic. (1245 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 3. Sympathetic Magic : Section 4. The Magician's Progress. (1223 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 4. Magic and Religion (1295 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 5. The Magical Control of the Weather: Section 1. The Public Magician. (1231 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 5. The Magical Control of the Weather : Section 2. The Magical Control of Rain (1266 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 5. The Magical Control of the Weather: Section 3. The Magical Control of the Sun. (1219 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 5. The Magical Control of the Weather: Section 4. The Magical Control of the Wind. (1202 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 6. Magicians as Kings. (1236 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 7. Incarnate Human Gods. (1260 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 8. Departmental Kings of Nature (1293 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 9. The Worship of Trees :Section 1. Tree-spirits (1189 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 9. The Worship of Trees : Section 2. Beneficent Powers of Tree-Spirits. (1211 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 10. Relics of Tree Worship in Modern Europe (1211 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 11. The Influence of the Sexes on Vegetation (1203 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 12. The Sacred Marriage : Section 1. Diana as a Goddess of Fertility. (1188 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 12. The Sacred Marriage : Section 2. The Marriage of the Gods (1124 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 13. The Kings of Rome and Alba : Section 1. Numa and Egeria (1230 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 13. The Kings of Rome and Alba : Section 2. The King as Jupiter. (1210 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 14. The Succession to the Kingdom in Ancient Latium (1145 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 15. The Worship of the Oak. (1215 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 16. Dianus and Diana (1190 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 17. The Burden of Royalty : Section 1. Royal and Priestly Taboos (1111 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 17. The Burden of Royalty : Section 2. Divorce of the Spiritual from the Temporal Power (1102 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 18. The Perils of the Soul : Section 1. The Soul as a Mannikin (1248 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 18. The Perils of the Soul : Section 2. Absence and Recall of the Soul. (1181 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 18. The Perils of the Soul : Section 3. The Soul as a Shadow and a Reflection (1150 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 19. Tabooed Acts : Section 1. Taboos on Intercourse with Strangers. (1210 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 19. Tabooed Acts : Section 2. Taboos on Eating and Drinking (1145 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 19. Tabooed Acts : Section 3. Taboos on Showing the Face. (1239 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 19. Tabooed Acts : Section 4. Taboos on Quitting the House. (1261 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 19. Tabooed Acts : Section 5. Taboos on Leaving Food over. (1202 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 20. Tabooed Persons : Section 1. Chiefs and Kings tabooed (1101 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 20. Tabooed Persons : Section 2. Mourners tabooed (1128 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 20. Tabooed Persons : Section 3. Women tabooed at Menstruation and Childbirth. (1139 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 20. Tabooed Persons : Section 4. Warriors tabooed. (1136 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 20. Tabooed Persons : Section 5. Manslayers tabooed (1383 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 20. Tabooed Persons : Section 6. Hunters and Fishers tabooed. (1210 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 21. Tabooed Things : Section 1. The Meaning of Taboo (1273 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 21. Tabooed Things : Section 2. Iron tabooed (1117 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 21. Tabooed Things : Section 3. Sharp Weapons tabooed (2568 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 21. Tabooed Things : Section 4. Blood tabooed (1110 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 21. Tabooed Things : Section 5. The Head tabooed (1124 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 23. Our Debt to the Savage (1187 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 24. The Killing of the Divine King : Section 1. The Mortality of the Gods (1205 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 24. The Killing of the Divine King : Section 2. Kings killed when their Strength fails. (1136 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 24. The Killing of the Divine King : Section 3. Kings killed at the End of a Fixed Term. (1201 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 25. Temporary Kings (1114 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 26. Sacrifice of the King's Son (1186 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 27. Succession to the Soul (1173 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 28. The Killing of the Tree-Spirit : Section 1. The Whitsuntide Mummers (1096 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 28. The Killing of the Tree-Spirit : Section 2. Burying the Carnival (1095 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 28. The Killing of the Tree-Spirit : Section 3. Carrying out Death. (1075 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 28. The Killing of the Tree-Spirit : Section 4. Bringing in Summer. (1091 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 28. The Killing of the Tree-Spirit : Section 5. Battle of Summer and Winter. (1150 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 28. The Killing of the Tree-Spirit : Section 6. Death and Resurrection of Kostrubonko (1120 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 28. The Killing of the Tree-Spirit : Section 7. Death and Revival of Vegetation (1173 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 28. The Killing of the Tree-Spirit : Section 8. Analogous Rites in India (1159 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 28. The Killing of the Tree-Spirit : Section 9. The Magic Spring (1027 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 29. The Myth of Adonis (1137 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 30. Adonis in Syria. (1133 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 31. Adonis in Cyprus (1169 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 32. The Ritual of Adonis. (1138 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 33. The Gardens of Adonis (1688 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 34. The Myth and Ritual of Attis (1303 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 35. Attis as a God of Vegetation (1080 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 36. Human Representatives of Attis (1192 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 37. Oriental Religions in the West. (1125 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 38. The Myth of Osiris. (1130 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 39. The Ritual of Osiris : Section 1. The Popular Rites (1151 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 39. The Ritual of Osiris : Section 2. The Official Rites. (1126 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 40. The Nature of Osiris : Section 1. Osiris a Corn-god (1162 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 40. The Nature of Osiris : Section 2. Osiris a Tree-spirit (1178 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 40. The Nature of Osiris : Section 3. Osiris a God of Fertility (1120 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 40. The Nature of Osiris : Section 4. Osiris a God of the Dead (1207 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 41. Isis. (1254 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 42. Osiris and the Sun (1120 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 43. Dionysus. (1382 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 44. Demeter and Persephone (1388 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 45. The Corn-Mother and the Corn-Maiden in Northern Europe (1134 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 46. The Corn-Mother in Many Lands : Section 2. The Rice-mother in the East Indies (1083 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 46. The Corn-Mother in Many Lands : Section 3. The Spirit of the Corn embodied in Human Beings. (1246 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 46. The Corn-Mother in Many Lands : Section 4. The Double Personification of the Corn as Mother and Daughter (1144 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 47. Lityerses : Section 1. Songs of the Corn Reapers. (1091 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 47. Lityerses : Section 2. Killing the Corn-spirit. (1141 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 47. Lityerses : Section 3. Human Sacrifices for the Crops. (1132 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 47. Lityerses : Section 4. The Corn-spirit slain in his Human Representatives (1169 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal : Section 1. Animal Embodiments of the Corn-spirit. (1204 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal : Section 2. The Corn-spirit as a Wolf or a Dog. (1104 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal : Section 3. The Corn-spirit as a Cock (1197 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal : Section 4. The Corn-spirit as a Hare (1196 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal : >Section 5. The Corn-spirit as a Cat. (1247 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal : Section 6. The Corn-spirit as a Goat (1119 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal : Section 7. The Corn-spirit as a Bull, Cow, or Ox (1156 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal : Section 8. The Corn-spirit as a Horse or Mare. (1280 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal : Section 9. The Corn-spirit as a Pig (Boar or Sow) (1215 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal : Section 10. On the Animal Embodiments of the Corn-spirit. (1128 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 49. Ancient Deities of Vegetation as Animals : Section 1. Dionysus, the Goat and the Bull. (1032 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 49. Ancient Deities of Vegetation as Animals : Section 2. Demeter, the Pig and the Horse. (1133 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 49. Ancient Deities of Vegetation as Animals : Section 3. Attis, Adonis, and the Pig (1113 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 49. Ancient Deities of Vegetation as Animals : Section 4. Osiris, the Pig and the Bull (1077 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 49. Ancient Deities of Vegetation as Animals : Section 5. Virbius and the Horse (1062 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 50. Eating the God : Section 1. The Sacrament of First-Fruits (1107 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 50. Eating the God : Section 2. Eating the God among the Aztecs (1134 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 50. Eating the God : Section 3. Many Manii at Aricia (1093 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 55. The Transference of Evil : Section 4. The Transference of Evil in Europe (1174 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 56. The Public Expulsion of Evils : Section 1. The Omnipresence of Demons (1090 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 56. The Public Expulsion of Evils : Section 2. The Occasional Expulsion of Evils. (1116 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 56. The Public Expulsion of Evils : Section 3. The Periodic Expulsion of Evils. (1197 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 57. Public Scapegoats : Section 1. The Expulsion of Embodied Evils. (1091 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 57. Public Scapegoats : Section 2. The Occasional Expulsion of Evils in a Material Vehicle (1123 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 57. Public Scapegoats : Section 3. The Periodic Expulsion of Evils in a Material Vehicle. (1104 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 57. Public Scapegoats : Section 4. On Scapegoats in General (1185 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 58. Human Scapegoats in Classical Antiquity : Section 1. The Human Scapegoat in Ancient Rome. (1214 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 58. Human Scapegoats in Classical Antiquity : Section 2. The Human Scapegoat in Ancient Greece. (1101 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 58. Human Scapegoats in Classical Antiquity : Section 3. The Roman Saturnalia. (1106 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 59. Killing the God in Mexico. (1104 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 60. Between Heaven and Earth : Section 1. Not to touch the Earth (1098 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 60. Between Heaven and Earth : Section 2. Not to see the Sun (1093 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 60. Between Heaven and Earth : Section 3. The Seclusion of Girls at Puberty (1060 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 60. Between Heaven and Earth : Section 4. Reasons for the Seclusion of Girls at Puberty. (1044 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 61. The Myth of Balder (1134 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 62. The Fire-Festivals of Europe : Section 1. The Fire-festivals in general. (1189 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 62. The Fire-Festivals of Europe : >Section 2. The Lenten Fires (1084 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 62. The Fire-Festivals of Europe : Section 3. The Easter Fires. (1050 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 62. The Fire-Festivals of Europe : Section 4. The Beltane Fires (1141 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 62. The Fire-Festivals of Europe : Section 5. The Midsummer Fires. (1180 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 62. The Fire-Festivals of Europe : Section 6. The Hallowe'en Fires (1076 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 62. The Fire-Festivals of Europe : Section 7. The Midwinter Fires (1090 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 62. The Fire-Festivals of Europe: Section 8. The Need-fire. (1060 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 63. The Interpretation of the Fire-Festivals : Section 1. On the Fire-festivals in general (1085 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 63. The Interpretation of the Fire-Festivals : Section 2. The Solar Theory of the Fire-festivals (1092 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 63. The Interpretation of the Fire-Festivals : Section 3. The Purificatory Theory of the Fire-festivals (1139 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 64. The Burning of Human Beings in the Fires : Section 1. The Burning of Effigies in the Fires. (1125 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 64. The Burning of Human Beings in the Fires : Section 2. The Burning of Men and Animals in the Fires. (1112 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 65. Balder and the Mistletoe (1221 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 66. The External Soul in Folk-Tales (1143 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 67. The External Soul in Folk-Custom : Section 1. The External Soul in Inanimate Things (1103 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 67. The External Soul in Folk-Custom : Section 2. The External Soul in Plants (1227 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 67. The External Soul in Folk-Custom : Section 3. The External Soul in Animals (1058 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 67. The External Soul in Folk-Custom : Section 4. The Ritual of Death and Resurrection (1111 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 68. The Golden Bough (1158 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 69. Farewell to Nemi (1157 reads) Printer Friendly Page



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