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Jean Cocteau(1889-1963)
The instinct of nearly all societies is to lock up anybody who is truly free. First, society begins by trying to beat you up. If this fails, they try to poison you. If this fails too, the finish by loading honors on your head.
 
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  Six Principles of Magic
1. Every magician has a beautiful vision for the world.
2. Every system of magic is a single artists tool, used to reshape reality.
3. If you believe, it shall exist.
4. When you call, they will answer.
5. Success and failure, is one and the same: ignorance and depression is the enemy.
6. Be like all equally, and you shall unite; refuse and separate.

by Dalamar
 
  Mythology of THOTH
Thoth Egyptian God
Discover more about the myth and legend of Thoth & The Book of THOTH
 


This is Section The Golden Bough.
Following are the articles published under this section.


  • Chapter 1. The King of the Wood (1713 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 1. The King of the Wood : Section 2. Artemis and Hippolytus (1426 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 1. The King of the Wood. Section 3. Recapitulation (1481 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 2. Priestly Kings. (1349 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 3. Sympathetic Magic: Section 1. The Principles of Magic. (1544 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 3. Sympathetic Magic. (1578 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 3. Sympathetic Magic : Section 3. Contagious Magic. (1465 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 3. Sympathetic Magic : Section 4. The Magician's Progress. (1440 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 4. Magic and Religion (1542 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 5. The Magical Control of the Weather: Section 1. The Public Magician. (1432 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 5. The Magical Control of the Weather : Section 2. The Magical Control of Rain (1610 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 5. The Magical Control of the Weather: Section 3. The Magical Control of the Sun. (1438 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 5. The Magical Control of the Weather: Section 4. The Magical Control of the Wind. (1405 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 6. Magicians as Kings. (1447 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 7. Incarnate Human Gods. (1487 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 8. Departmental Kings of Nature (1486 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 9. The Worship of Trees :Section 1. Tree-spirits (1411 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 9. The Worship of Trees : Section 2. Beneficent Powers of Tree-Spirits. (1422 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 10. Relics of Tree Worship in Modern Europe (1440 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 11. The Influence of the Sexes on Vegetation (1412 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 12. The Sacred Marriage : Section 1. Diana as a Goddess of Fertility. (1435 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 12. The Sacred Marriage : Section 2. The Marriage of the Gods (1335 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 13. The Kings of Rome and Alba : Section 1. Numa and Egeria (1459 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 13. The Kings of Rome and Alba : Section 2. The King as Jupiter. (1463 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 14. The Succession to the Kingdom in Ancient Latium (1359 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 15. The Worship of the Oak. (1418 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 16. Dianus and Diana (1396 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 17. The Burden of Royalty : Section 1. Royal and Priestly Taboos (1297 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 17. The Burden of Royalty : Section 2. Divorce of the Spiritual from the Temporal Power (1305 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 18. The Perils of the Soul : Section 1. The Soul as a Mannikin (1461 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 18. The Perils of the Soul : Section 2. Absence and Recall of the Soul. (1397 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 18. The Perils of the Soul : Section 3. The Soul as a Shadow and a Reflection (1378 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 19. Tabooed Acts : Section 1. Taboos on Intercourse with Strangers. (1405 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 19. Tabooed Acts : Section 2. Taboos on Eating and Drinking (1339 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 19. Tabooed Acts : Section 3. Taboos on Showing the Face. (1448 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 19. Tabooed Acts : Section 4. Taboos on Quitting the House. (1446 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 19. Tabooed Acts : Section 5. Taboos on Leaving Food over. (1474 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 20. Tabooed Persons : Section 1. Chiefs and Kings tabooed (1291 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 20. Tabooed Persons : Section 2. Mourners tabooed (1346 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 20. Tabooed Persons : Section 3. Women tabooed at Menstruation and Childbirth. (1341 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 20. Tabooed Persons : Section 4. Warriors tabooed. (1321 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 20. Tabooed Persons : Section 5. Manslayers tabooed (1595 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 20. Tabooed Persons : Section 6. Hunters and Fishers tabooed. (1414 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 21. Tabooed Things : Section 1. The Meaning of Taboo (1472 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 21. Tabooed Things : Section 2. Iron tabooed (1319 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 21. Tabooed Things : Section 3. Sharp Weapons tabooed (2743 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 21. Tabooed Things : Section 4. Blood tabooed (1283 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 21. Tabooed Things : Section 5. The Head tabooed (1300 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 23. Our Debt to the Savage (1372 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 24. The Killing of the Divine King : Section 1. The Mortality of the Gods (1404 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 24. The Killing of the Divine King : Section 2. Kings killed when their Strength fails. (1342 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 24. The Killing of the Divine King : Section 3. Kings killed at the End of a Fixed Term. (1400 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 25. Temporary Kings (1303 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 26. Sacrifice of the King's Son (1393 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 27. Succession to the Soul (1356 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 28. The Killing of the Tree-Spirit : Section 1. The Whitsuntide Mummers (1280 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 28. The Killing of the Tree-Spirit : Section 2. Burying the Carnival (1280 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 28. The Killing of the Tree-Spirit : Section 3. Carrying out Death. (1294 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 28. The Killing of the Tree-Spirit : Section 4. Bringing in Summer. (1291 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 28. The Killing of the Tree-Spirit : Section 5. Battle of Summer and Winter. (1345 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 28. The Killing of the Tree-Spirit : Section 6. Death and Resurrection of Kostrubonko (1321 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 28. The Killing of the Tree-Spirit : Section 7. Death and Revival of Vegetation (1356 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 28. The Killing of the Tree-Spirit : Section 8. Analogous Rites in India (1342 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 28. The Killing of the Tree-Spirit : Section 9. The Magic Spring (1215 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 29. The Myth of Adonis (1330 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 30. Adonis in Syria. (1341 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 31. Adonis in Cyprus (1359 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 32. The Ritual of Adonis. (1335 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 33. The Gardens of Adonis (1907 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 34. The Myth and Ritual of Attis (1503 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 35. Attis as a God of Vegetation (1258 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 36. Human Representatives of Attis (1379 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 37. Oriental Religions in the West. (1303 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 38. The Myth of Osiris. (1330 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 39. The Ritual of Osiris : Section 1. The Popular Rites (1337 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 39. The Ritual of Osiris : Section 2. The Official Rites. (1345 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 40. The Nature of Osiris : Section 1. Osiris a Corn-god (1369 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 40. The Nature of Osiris : Section 2. Osiris a Tree-spirit (1388 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 40. The Nature of Osiris : Section 3. Osiris a God of Fertility (1279 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 40. The Nature of Osiris : Section 4. Osiris a God of the Dead (1364 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 41. Isis. (1468 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 42. Osiris and the Sun (1303 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 43. Dionysus. (1591 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 44. Demeter and Persephone (1584 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 45. The Corn-Mother and the Corn-Maiden in Northern Europe (1340 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 46. The Corn-Mother in Many Lands : Section 2. The Rice-mother in the East Indies (1281 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 46. The Corn-Mother in Many Lands : Section 3. The Spirit of the Corn embodied in Human Beings. (1444 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 46. The Corn-Mother in Many Lands : Section 4. The Double Personification of the Corn as Mother and Daughter (1330 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 47. Lityerses : Section 1. Songs of the Corn Reapers. (1270 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 47. Lityerses : Section 2. Killing the Corn-spirit. (1320 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 47. Lityerses : Section 3. Human Sacrifices for the Crops. (1313 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 47. Lityerses : Section 4. The Corn-spirit slain in his Human Representatives (1360 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal : Section 1. Animal Embodiments of the Corn-spirit. (1376 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal : Section 2. The Corn-spirit as a Wolf or a Dog. (1274 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal : Section 3. The Corn-spirit as a Cock (1422 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal : Section 4. The Corn-spirit as a Hare (1379 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal : >Section 5. The Corn-spirit as a Cat. (1420 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal : Section 6. The Corn-spirit as a Goat (1316 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal : Section 7. The Corn-spirit as a Bull, Cow, or Ox (1331 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal : Section 8. The Corn-spirit as a Horse or Mare. (1449 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal : Section 9. The Corn-spirit as a Pig (Boar or Sow) (1432 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal : Section 10. On the Animal Embodiments of the Corn-spirit. (1353 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 49. Ancient Deities of Vegetation as Animals : Section 1. Dionysus, the Goat and the Bull. (1209 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 49. Ancient Deities of Vegetation as Animals : Section 2. Demeter, the Pig and the Horse. (1347 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 49. Ancient Deities of Vegetation as Animals : Section 3. Attis, Adonis, and the Pig (1305 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 49. Ancient Deities of Vegetation as Animals : Section 4. Osiris, the Pig and the Bull (1288 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 49. Ancient Deities of Vegetation as Animals : Section 5. Virbius and the Horse (1241 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 50. Eating the God : Section 1. The Sacrament of First-Fruits (1290 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 50. Eating the God : Section 2. Eating the God among the Aztecs (1332 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 50. Eating the God : Section 3. Many Manii at Aricia (1262 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 55. The Transference of Evil : Section 4. The Transference of Evil in Europe (1415 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 56. The Public Expulsion of Evils : Section 1. The Omnipresence of Demons (1253 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 56. The Public Expulsion of Evils : Section 2. The Occasional Expulsion of Evils. (1309 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 56. The Public Expulsion of Evils : Section 3. The Periodic Expulsion of Evils. (1404 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 57. Public Scapegoats : Section 1. The Expulsion of Embodied Evils. (1290 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 57. Public Scapegoats : Section 2. The Occasional Expulsion of Evils in a Material Vehicle (1319 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 57. Public Scapegoats : Section 3. The Periodic Expulsion of Evils in a Material Vehicle. (1299 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 57. Public Scapegoats : Section 4. On Scapegoats in General (1378 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 58. Human Scapegoats in Classical Antiquity : Section 1. The Human Scapegoat in Ancient Rome. (1375 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 58. Human Scapegoats in Classical Antiquity : Section 2. The Human Scapegoat in Ancient Greece. (1278 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 58. Human Scapegoats in Classical Antiquity : Section 3. The Roman Saturnalia. (1330 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 59. Killing the God in Mexico. (1294 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 60. Between Heaven and Earth : Section 1. Not to touch the Earth (1297 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 60. Between Heaven and Earth : Section 2. Not to see the Sun (1265 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 60. Between Heaven and Earth : Section 3. The Seclusion of Girls at Puberty (1234 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 60. Between Heaven and Earth : Section 4. Reasons for the Seclusion of Girls at Puberty. (1233 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 61. The Myth of Balder (1359 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 62. The Fire-Festivals of Europe : Section 1. The Fire-festivals in general. (1356 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 62. The Fire-Festivals of Europe : >Section 2. The Lenten Fires (1253 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 62. The Fire-Festivals of Europe : Section 3. The Easter Fires. (1247 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 62. The Fire-Festivals of Europe : Section 4. The Beltane Fires (1338 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 62. The Fire-Festivals of Europe : Section 5. The Midsummer Fires. (1399 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 62. The Fire-Festivals of Europe : Section 6. The Hallowe'en Fires (1275 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 62. The Fire-Festivals of Europe : Section 7. The Midwinter Fires (1260 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 62. The Fire-Festivals of Europe: Section 8. The Need-fire. (1236 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 63. The Interpretation of the Fire-Festivals : Section 1. On the Fire-festivals in general (1260 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 63. The Interpretation of the Fire-Festivals : Section 2. The Solar Theory of the Fire-festivals (1277 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 63. The Interpretation of the Fire-Festivals : Section 3. The Purificatory Theory of the Fire-festivals (1322 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 64. The Burning of Human Beings in the Fires : Section 1. The Burning of Effigies in the Fires. (1313 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 64. The Burning of Human Beings in the Fires : Section 2. The Burning of Men and Animals in the Fires. (1299 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 65. Balder and the Mistletoe (1425 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 66. The External Soul in Folk-Tales (1353 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 67. The External Soul in Folk-Custom : Section 1. The External Soul in Inanimate Things (1290 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 67. The External Soul in Folk-Custom : Section 2. The External Soul in Plants (1422 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 67. The External Soul in Folk-Custom : Section 3. The External Soul in Animals (1222 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 67. The External Soul in Folk-Custom : Section 4. The Ritual of Death and Resurrection (1295 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 68. The Golden Bough (1362 reads) Printer Friendly Page
  • Chapter 69. Farewell to Nemi (1344 reads) Printer Friendly Page



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