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In Graeco-Roman belief, the God Mercury (Hermes) was thought to have invented masturbation and taught it to his son Faunus (Pan). The Greeks called it thrypsis, “the rubbing,” and in Latin it was known as "masturatus".

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celteros: “ In Graeco-Roman belief, the god Mercury (Hermes) was thought to have invented masturbation and taught it to his son Faunus (Pan). The Greeks called it thrypsis, “the rubbing,” and in Latin...

Plato described a self-eating, circular being as the first living thing in the universe-an immortal, mythologicaly constructed beast.  The living being had no need of eyes ...For the Creator conceived that a being which was self-sufficient would be far more excellent than one which lacked anything; ...had no need to take anything or defend himself against any one, the Creator did not think it necessary to bestow upon him hands: nor had he any need of feet, nor of the whole apparatus of…

Ouroboros by zarathus on DeviantArt

Ouroboros. T-shirts of this also available on [link] Or if you are in NZ, you can get prints from here - [link] Ouroboros

Hypatia was a woman neoplatonist philosopher in Roman Egypt. She advised rulers; taught Christians, Jews, atheists, and followers of ancient Egyptian gods; and was killed by a Christian mob and dragged through the streets for "witchcraft."

Hypatia was a woman neoplatonist philosopher in Roman Egypt. She advised rulers; taught Christians, Jews, atheists, and followers of ancient Egyptian gods; and was killed by a Christian mob and dragged through the streets for "witchcraft."

Bacchus. Roman God of Wine.

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During Saturnalia, people exchanged gifts (especially dolls, candles, caged birds and fruit) decorated trees with candles, and decked their halls with garlands of laurel.

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This morning I spoke on Sydney's Radio Skid Row 88.9 FM on the pagan roots and origins of Christmas, so I thought I would share with ...

Roman God s  Pluto God of the underworld  Judge of the dead

Pluto

Pluto, the God of Death! Visit the Romans site for interesting mythology and information about the Roman religion and the god Pluto. Information and mythology about the Roman god, Pluto.

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