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C supposed to be about one thousand religions [begin surface 2] names of Gods, sect and prophets
  • Phtah
  • Isis
  • Osiris
  • Kneph
  • Chiven, (god of desolation and destruction).
  • Mahomet, with a green banner, a saber, a bandage, and a crescent.
  • priests,
    • imaums
    • mollahs
    • muftis
    • Dervish
    • Santon with dishevelled hair
  • Jehovah
  • Adonai
  • Christ
  • Brahm
  • Bhudda,
  • Ormuzd god of light
  • Ahrimanes god of darkness
  • Parsees from Persia followers of Zoroaster their pope ^or high priest is called "Mobed"
  • Zoroaster, (Zerdusht)
  • Vishnu preserver of the world
  • image of the Lingam the male sign
  • Fot (Phtah) the Chinese god
  • bonze Japanese with a yellow robe
  • Tuisco (a god of the Ancient Germans
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  • Kaldee Kaldee (Sabean Kaldee of Assyria.)
  • Orus, the sun
  • Serapis, a god of ensemble, I think
  • Hercules
  • Osiris, "to give forms."
  • "I am he who finds nothing more divine than simple and natural things are divine.—"
  • Pluto
  • Satan
  • Lucifer
  • Typhon, (made up of all that opposes hinders, obstructs, revolts.
  • Charon, the ferryman to Tartarus, and to Elysium
  • Rhadamanthus, Minos judges of the dead,—the wand, the bend, the ushers, and the urns.
"Hermes (Mercury) the god of science ? Zoroaster, ^Bunsen 3000 B.C.—some years 600 ^or 700 B.C. two centuries after Moses, ? Menu preceded both Zoroaster & 2100 B.C. Moses The Egyptian priests, (the Greeks also) regarded the preservation of health as a point of the first importance, and indispensably necessary to the practice of piety, and the service of the gods. [begin surface 4]
  • Confucius, 2500 B.C. 550 B.C.
  • lamas in Thibet and China
  • African negroes worshipping a great snake
  • Mithras the Persian deity—the modern parsees are the representatives the mediator between Ahrimanes and Oromades
    • Brahma, to create,
    • Vishnu, to preserve,
    • Chiven, to destroy,
    In India—the Vedas—all the three deities from "the Eternal"
  • Boudh or Bhudda
    • Fot
    • Phtah
    • Mercury
    the Boudh doctrine is found in books of 3000 B.C.
  • Hermes, author of Egyptian vedas
  • Zoroaster ? or Zerdusht two centuries after Moses 1700? B.C.
    • Pouramas
    • Vedas
    • Shastras
    • Sad-der
    • Zend-avesta
    • Bible
    there are 3 or four Sacred Books
  • Pouranas, treat of mythology and history
  • Vedas, (the fourth concerning ceremonies is lost.)
[begin surface 5] (Volney) Menu—aAll seems to go back to Menu, who preceded Zoroaster, Moses, and the rest, and must have been 2100 B.C., and founded ^more definitely embodied on the banks of the Ganges, the Indian theology, with Brahma, Vishnu, and Chiven— ^☜ Menu, son or grandson of Brahma
  • Tár a nis a Celtic divinity the evil principle sometimes confused by Latin writers with Jupiter
  • Mithras Masculine the sun
  • Myletta the moon feminine
  • Tuisco ancient Teutonic deity—leading ? Tuesday
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  • Talmud (of Jerusalem) very old
  • "Sybilline verses among the ancients"
  • always looking for "a great mediator, a judge, god, ^lover, legislator, friend of the poor and degraded, conqueror of powers."
  • Krishna, (? thence Christ)
[begin surface 9] ^Young Bacchus, the clandestine ^(nocturnal) son of the virgin Minerva, whose life and even death, bring to mind those of Christ—and are have the wise star of day, for their emblem "the sacrifice holocaust, the libation, circumcision, baptism, ablution, prayer, confession ? Confucius ^531 B.C. 2500 B.C. ? To) (according to Voltaire) Apollo, the god of light, healing, and deliverance Fo, divine being, teacher, god, 2500 yrs B.C. Confucius 531 B.C. [begin surface 10]
  • Pan—the great Whole, with a forehead of stars body of planets feet of animals
  • Kneph ^("existence"—) (a Theban god.) a human figure dressed in dark blue, holding in one hand a sceptre and a girdle, with a cap of feathers on his head, (to express the fugacity of thought.)
  • Zeus
  • Orpheus—1450 B.C.
  • Pythagoras—three centuries after Homer,  
     "ancient verses of the Orphic sect"—which originated in Egypt
  • Orpheus Musaeus 1400 (before Christ) in Greece
  • Mylitta, in the old Persian mysteries was the name of the moon
  • Mithras that of the sun

  • Sunday ( the sun
  • Monday ( moon
  • Tuesday ( Tuisco, an ancient Teuton deity
  • Wednesday ( Woden, (or Odin)
  • Thursday ( Thor—(thunder). "
  • Friday —Goddess Friya equal—co-ordinate ? a female deity feminine (?Frigah) principle or divinity
  • Saturday ( Saturn (? Kronos)
  • Scythian—from Scythes—a son of Jupiter—and founder of the Scythian nations
  • Pelops (Peloppenesian (seems to have been a son ^or grandson of Jupiter who came from Asia to Greece, and laid the foundation of a new royal dynasty which supplanted the older order of the Danadi about 1300 B.C.
  • (Agamemnon "King of Men" in the Iliad was his grandson)
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