Prometheus Bound Of Aischylos, A New Presentation plus Adorers of Dionysos (2 book set)

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by: Pryse, James Morgan
ISBN: 0-7873-0681-9
format: Paperback
pages: 205

Proetheus Bound
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Prometheus Bound Of Aischylos, A New Presentation plus Adorers of Dionysos (2 book set)

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1925 We are all familiar with Greek Mythology - Zeus, Athena, Prometheus - but are you aware of the esoteric interpretations of these myths? Pryse spent countless hours, studying and interpreting the difficult passages written by Aischylos, wherein he discovered a wealth of hidden meaning in the sublime drama. He has concisely described the connection between the zodiac, the Greek mythological figures and the alchemical ties to man. Dig deep into the ancient esoteric writings to find the truth about mythology, our ancient religions, their evolution and the impact on our current religious beliefs. It may be that the reader will ask: "Who is Prometheus?" Prometheus is thyself. And within thee are also Io, The daughters of Okeanos, Hephaistos, Hermes, Zeus, and all of the glorious company. Find them dear reader, and thereby "Find Thyself" 1925 The subject of this tragedy is taken from the myth of Kadmos, which branches off from that of Prometheus and forms an episode in the great myth of Dionysos. Translated from the Greek of Euripides. Illustrated by J. Augustus Knapp.

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