Orpheus happens upon the sacred grove, where the baccantes are conducting their secret rite. Orpheus is discovered and seized, and even the esteem of the goddess Calliope cannot save him. Orpheus' severed head, still singing of his love for Eurydice, is washed ashore on Lesbos.
Allegories of the Holy Grail
Branch Davidian Seven Seals Revelation
Celtic Resouces and References
Genesis of Eden
Hall of Records
Herbs & Alchemy
History and Mythos of Knights Templar
History of the Modern Rosicrucian Order
Holidays in Relation to Equinoxes, Solstices & Cross-Quarter Days
Horridas Nostrae Mentis Purga Tenebras Lumen Sensibus
Inner Dimension - Kabbalah and Chassidut
La Queste del Saint Graal
Labyrinth Arthurian Links
Miscellaneous Applicable Sites
Come, come, whoever you are!
Wanderer, idolator, worshipper of fire,
come even though you have broken your vows a thousand times,
Come, and come yet again!
Ours is not a caravan of despair!
Mysteries of the Templars
Mystical Significance of Hebrew Letters
NeoPagan Religious Traditions
Order of the Blue Brotherhood (Satire Humor)
Philosophers of Nature
Reflections of Grandeur
Secret Societies on the WWW
Templars and Friday the 13th
The Lance, the Swastika, and the Merovingians
Untold Story of Christopher Columbus the Last Crusader - a Book Review
Witchcraft & Wicca
Queen Goddess, Deliveress from guilt,
Lady of the Nine Heights, Queen of Spring, Mother of the Willow
Ura, reeve the Immortal One stretched out on your Oak
Taunt them in your wild dance
And gather the Children of Circe under the Moon
As the fearsome -faced Goddess of Destiny,
you will make a snarling noise with your chops.
Dwindling to Nothing.
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