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... have resembled the Mexican game of tlachtli, which was played in an enclosed court with a rubber ball between two opposite sides, each of two or three players. It was in fact, not unlike hockey. This game of ball between the Powers of Light and the Powers of Darkness is somewhat reminiscent of that between Ormuzd and Ahriman in Persian myth. The game of tlachtli had a symbolic reference to stellar motions." Herein, I think, lies the key to whatever underlying solar symbolism the adventures of H and X might have- the battle between the Powers of Light and the Powers of Darkness, one aspect of which is the nightly journey of the Sun through the ...
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... . 136. (23) Here we have an authentic description of the bounds and circumstances of Egypt, in the days of Vespasian and Titus. (24) As Daniel was preferred by Darius and Cyrus, on account of his having foretold the destruction of the Babylonian monarchy by their means, and the consequent exaltation of the Medes and Persians, Daniel 5:6 or rather, as Jeremiah, when he was a prisoner, was set at liberty, and honorably treated by Nebuzaradan, at the command of Nebuchadnezzar, on account of his having foretold the destruction of Jerusalem by the Babylonians, Jeremiah 40:1-7; so was our Josephus set at liberty, and honorably ...
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... belonged and he put them, but by way of hypothesis only, in Podolia or Volhyaia. Lazarus Geiger 150 put an Aryo-Hellenic period before the Aryan, as thus Aryo-Hellenic __ __ __ I __ __ __ __ I I Aryan Hellenic __ __ I __ __ _ I I Indian Persian and he maintained that a good deal of what was called IndoEuropean is merely Aryo-Hellenic. (It is of course maintained throughout this Inquiry that most part of the cosmic myth-matter with which it deals is not Aryan merely, or Indo-European, or Celtindic, but is human, widely human as the Northern terrestrial hemisphere.] Geiger further considered ...
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