The Origin of Pagan Idolatry Ascertained from Historical Testimony and Circumstantial Evidence, Volumen1

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F. and C. Rivingtons, 1816
 

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Vulcan Hephestus Phtha Ammun
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this theory 400
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Mercury Hermes Thoth HermAnubis Theutates Tuisto Twash ta Tai Datta Buddha Sacya
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Mars Ares TheusAres
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Osiris Horus Serapis 208
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Adonis Attis 209
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Brahma Vishnou Siva 211
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Hu Beli Belatucader Abellion
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Vitzliputzli 212
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Sabianism united to Demonolatry
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The high antiquity of the fable of the four ages may be gathered from
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Parallel traditions of the Iroquois
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From Demonolatry and Sabianism united sprang Materialism which
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The whole history of the great mother corresponds with her navicular cha
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The longevity of the antediluvian patriarchs
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The great mother viewed as the female regent of Hades
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On the antediluoian and diluvian history as exhibited in the Zend
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Examples of the hermaphroditic divinity Rites of his priests
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Remarks on the early history contained in the ZendAvesta
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The worship of the sacred Omphalos
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Mythological prayers of the Parsees
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A view of the mode in which Idolatry may be supposed to have originated
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The materials of the ZendAvestaic history seem to be genuine though
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1
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Egyptian statement of the doctrine
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Cingalese statement of the doctrine
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Persian account of the deluge
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Statement of the doctrine by the Greek and Roman philosophers
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Druidical statement of the doctrine
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The commencement of the Mosaical history of the creation was designed
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The preceding remarks will account for a curious local variety in
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Local floods produced by the alleged submersion of a city or an island 1 59
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Respecting the Materialism of the great god and goddess of
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The pantheistic great mother
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CHAPTER V
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Local floods produced by an irruption of the sea
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The egg is often associated with other kindred symbols
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Local floods not marked either by the bursting of a lake or by
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The egg of the Phenix was really the sacred symbolical egg
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Heathen Cosmogonies PAGE
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Gothic or Scythian cosmogony
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The Sun was thought to have been plunged into the ocean
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BOOK IV
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BOOK II
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The Trimurti of Hindostan is the same as the classical triad of Jupi
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The general aspect of the earth having experienced no alteration from
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An inquiry into the real scite of Paradise
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Hu Dylan Dwyvan Noë Aeddon
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Respecting the changes experienced by these rivers in their courses
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CHAPTER II
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Respecting the sacred books 147
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Respecting the human character of the great father as exhibited
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Buddha of Ceylon Gautameh
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Buddha of CochinChina Tonquin Japan and Tartary
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The various titles of Buddha have been communicated to his votaries
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Parnassus whether Indian or Greek Atlas Snowdon and CaderIdris
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Buddha 356
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CHAPTER III
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The Paradisiacal islands are the classical Elysium
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Summanus
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Respecting certain remarkable opinions which the Gentiles enter tained of the Sun 215
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Mystical intercommunion of the Earth the Ark and Hades as exemplified
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symbolical Moon
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Hercules
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Universality and origin of its connection with the Moon 981
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Mercury Hermes
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CHAPTER V
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Phtha Vulcan Hephestus Aphthas Twashta
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On the origin and import of the veneration paid to the bull
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Cupid Cama Eros Caimis Camasson Pothos Maneros Pappas
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Mithras
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Whatever was characteristic of the deities was made also characteristic
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MarsCamulus or Cadmilus
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Hindoo Cherubim in the Paradise of Meru Phenix Simorgh
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CHAPTER VII
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Parallel fables respecting mountains which take their name from Idavratta 339
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Concerning the identity and astronomical character of the great
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But he also represented the good principle
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CHAPTER VIII
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Respecting the notions entertained of the pature of sacrifice
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ARARAT coincides geographically with the antediluvian Paradise
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CHAPTER VI
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Respecting the union of the two great superstitions in the worship
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Each sacrifice shadowed out the future sacrifice of the Messiah
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man
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