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The Origins and Inspirations of the Universal Mythos.

Posted by Harbinger451 on December 6, 2011

Universal Mythos Category

The Universal Mythos draws from many world traditions both ancient and modern. Chief among them is the ever evolving mystical Kabalah/Cabalah/Qabalah of Judaism/Christianity/Hermetic-Occultism.

A recently updated version of the Kabalistic glyph the Tree of Life is key to understanding what the Mythos is designed to express, as is the universal pagan glyph the Wheel of Time.

Buddhist, Taoist, Humanist and even Jungian principles can be harmonized with the mythologies of both East and West allowing direct comparisons and an amalgam into a universal whole that represents a unified mysticism accessible to all… even agnostics and atheists!

The numerous correspondences that become evident with the Universal Mythos allows the unification of monotheism, pantheism, polytheism and yes… atheism – in fact any kind of theism… all can be considered correct and yet none can be considered correct –

all are one and one is all!

Explore the Universal Mythos


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