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Pan, the ancient hermaphrodite god of nature, was believed to be the divine substance from which the universe evolved.

"The fundamental doctrine of magic (more correctly, magick) is phallicism. New life is created by the act of generation (the argument runs): therefore the life force is generated by the sexual forces, the union of male and female elements. As represented by the two opposing equilateral triangles... "The phallic God is therefore hermaphroditic or bi-sexual. The sexual organs are considered sacred, while the rites and rituals are designed to liberate the passions and the natural instincts from the control of (wait for it) reason. The novice must denounce as fraud the existence of a moral order, together with that of its creator. This is the exact reverse of what the Bible stands for. "The creation of the universe (according to the phallic adepts) is the work of the hermaphrodite god. The universe was not created but procreated or engendered by him in successive stages. The god himself is supposed to have been the original and unique emanation of the divine substance of which all things are made. In this role the god is known as Pan, the first principle of nature. Thus man is placed on a par with his creator: both are divine and immortal; man therefore creates when he procreates." - 470

Pan/Saturn was (and still is) the pan-theistic, monotheistic god of the pagans.

"Pan was at one time absolute nature, the ONE and GREAT ALL..." - 487

"In astrology, Pan is one aspect and is also equated with Satan and with life...in its base aspects." - 48:249

"The modern occultist Kenneth Grant compares the Greek Pan, 'All', with the Latin 'Omni', the Sanskrit 'Aum', Egyptian 'Amoun', Hebrew 'Amen', all designations of the Hidden God of the forest, the Abyss, the deep, underground; any region withdrawn and without the range waking consciousness." - 337:7

"In fact this [15th Tarot] card represents Pan, the very old Nature- God of merriment, sensuality, fertility and life-force. Pan has the appearance of a half-man, half-goat. The goat is related to Capricorn and Saturn." - 346

"Pan (Gr.). The nature-god, whence Pantheism; the god of shepherds, huntsmen, peasants, and dwellers on the land. Homer makes him the son of Hermes and Dryope. His name means ALL. He was the inventor of the Pandaean Pipes; and no nymph who heard their sound could resist the fascination of the great Pan, his grotesque figure notwithstanding. Pan is related to the Mendesian goat, only so far as the latter represents, as a talisman of great occult potency, nature's creative force. The whole of the Hermetic philosophy is based on nature's hidden secrets, and as Baphomet was undeniably a Kabbalistic talisman, so was the name of Pan of great magic efficiency in what Eliphas Levi would call the 'Conjuration of the Elementals'. There is a well-known pious legend which has been current in the Christian world ever since the day of Tiberias, to the effect that the 'great god Pan is dead'. But people are greatly mistaken in this; neither nature nor any of her Forces can ever die. A few of these may be left unused, and being forgotten lie dormant for long centuries. But no sooner are the proper conditions furnished than they awake to act again with tenfold power." (H.P. Blavatsky, Theosophical Glossary) - 316:246

The Roman god Saturn, called Chronos by the Greeks, was the king of Atlantis.

"Uranos was deposed from the throne [of Atlantis], and succeeded by his son Chronos...

"We have seen Chronos identified with the Atlantic, called by the Romans the 'Chronian Sea.' He was known to the Romans under the name , and ruled over 'a great Saturnian continent' in the Western ocean." - 635:300-301


The term 'beast out of the sea' represented one aspect of Satan/Lucifer as the god of the cosmic sea, whom the Mediterranean countries worshipped as Pan/Pallas, Saturn or Chronos. "In the earliest age recalled by the ancients, the planet [Saturn] - PROTO-PLANET - came forth from the cosmic sea to establish dominion over the entire world. The planet-god ruled as the solitary central light, worshipped as the god One - the only god in the beginning." - 93: Back cover

"Sophocles also has Pan as the sea wanderer, roaming the seas, and the conch shell can replace the pipes in some tales... Is Pan the archetype of the sign of Capricorn, the Sea-Goat, half-Goat, half fish." - 313

"Almost uniformly ignored is the connection of the primordial man-god with the actual planet Saturn - even though it is precisely the latter that can tell us why the great father appears in both human and celestial form.

"The overwhelming preoccupation with ancient ritual is with an ancient 'great god':

1. The myths say that the great god emerged alone from the cosmic sea as the preeminent power in the heavens. Out of watery chaos he produced a new order(NO WONDER PEOPLE ARE TOLD THEY COME FROM POND SCUM). The ancients worshiped him as the creator and the supreme lord of the Cosmos.

2. This solitary god, according to the legend, founded a kingdom of unparalleled splendor. He was the divine ancestor of all earthly rulers, his kingdom the prototype of the just and prosperous realm. Throughout his reign an unending spring prevailed, the land produced, and men knew neither labor nor war.

3. In the god-kings towering form the ancients perceived the Heaven-Man, a primordial giant whose body was the newly organized Cosmos. The legends often present the figure as the first man or 'primordial man' whose history personified the struggle of good and evil.

4. Whether emphasizing the great father's character as creator, first king, or Heaven-Man, widespread traditions proclaimed him to be the planet Saturn." - 93:6,7


"The Egyptians associated the circular serpent with Atum (God of Time), identifying the serpent with the cosmic waters erupting from the creator: 'I am the outflow of the Primeval Flood [Gen. 1:1], he who emerged from the waters,' the serpent announces. "The water serpent issuing from Atum, constituted an aspect of the creator, eventually forming a coil around 'himself'...as the band around the primeval sun...(i.e.,...the belt 's Cosmos)...

"In Sumero-Babylonian imagery, too, a circular serpent - called the 'rope' of the great god - encloses the original Cosmos. The serpent-rope is 'the bond of the All' held by Enki or Ninurta (Saturn)... The Orphics called this serpent this serpent Chronos, describing it as the bond of the Cosmos... The serpent-bond 'lies around the Cosmos' proclaimed the Pythagoreans... All ancient cosmologies that speak of a world encircling serpent say that its body formed the river or ocean shielding the organized earth from Chaos.

"Saturn's band was the primeval Cosmos, viewed as the planet god's own consort, the womb on the cosmic waters... This was the 'earth' which (the universal creation legend) the great god raised from the celestial sea. In mythical history it became the ancestral land of peace and plenty - Adam's paradise.

"That Saturn governed the Golden Age is a supreme tenet of the ancient mysteries. This is why the most sacred day of the week, commemorating the primordial era, was dedicated to Saturn. The Hebrew Sabbath, the seventh day of the week, was the day , as was the seventh day of the Babylonian and Phoenician weeks. For the Romans, the special day was Saturnai Dies, 'Saturn's Day'. This was the Anglo- Saxon 'Day of Seater' [Saturn], which...became our Saturday." - 93:164-170,31-2

"As Barbara Walker says, 'One of Egypt's earliest deities was the...god Set... Palestine was named for the same deity under his Roman title of Pales, who was sometimes said to be both male and female and was identified with Vesta as a guardian of flocks and herds.'" - 338


"The goat-Dionysus or Pan was a powerful deity in Palestine [as]...the Day of Atonement scapegoat...under the name of Azazel. The source of the Jordan was a grotto sacred to him as Baal-Gad, the goat king..." 406:218


"It was the Arcadian legacy that was responsible for the mysterious sea beast - the Bistea Neptunis - as symbolically defined in the Merovingian ancestry. The relevant sea-lord was King Pallas, a god of old Arcadia..." - 29:175

"Pan was the Great God of Arcadia... In Arcadian imagery he was also Time; Man who fell as Lucifer from the heavens and Saturn, or Satan, meaning 'adversary' and intelligence... This Pan represents our path to enlightenment." - 335

"Pan is addressed in the Orphic Litanies as 'the first-begotten love', or creator incorporated in universal matter, and so forming the world. He is described as the origin and source of all things, as representing matter animated by the divine spirit." - 337

"What the Greeks called the Kronia, celebrating the fortunate era of Kronos, the Latins termed the Saturnalia, a symbolic renewal of the reign of...Saturn. Kronos is the Greek name of the same planet." - 93:30


"Pan is associated with Dionysus who was the chief Greek god associated with fertility, fruitfulness, vegetation and, of course, wine (and became the Roman Bacchus), and his rites, the Pan pipes and drinking vessel were also his symbols." - 345

"...At Rome...[a] male god of flocks and shepherds Pales was sometimes spoken of corresponding in some respects to Pan." - 214:600 ("Pales")

"Sophocles also has Pan as the sea wanderer, roaming the seas, and the conch shell can replace the pipes in some tales... Is Pan the Roman archetype of the sign of Capricorn, the Sea-Goat, half-goat, half-fish?" - 345

Pan/Chronos/Saturn [Satan] represented the gradual evolution of man to a state of divinity. "The symbolical form of Pan was invented so as to suggest the gradual transformation and transmutation of nature from the lowest earthly forms to the highest celestial forms - the highest form of life being celestial or angelical man, the Christ man. The highest form transcends and contains all the lower ones, and hence Pan is pre- eminently a symbol of Man who, as Adam, was intended to be the Lord of Nature, and who may still (and is intended to) attain that end. Pan is the Archetype for the whole evolution and crowning achievement of the human soul. In other words, Pan signifies the Spirit of Man, whilst the Bride (or Truth) represents the human soul in whom Truth is revealed when 'she' attains perfection and virtuous mastery over all nature. Bacon reveals that what is now known as the 'Church of Christ' was once known as the 'Brotherhood of Pan'.

"Pan is also known as Saturn or Satan, meaning the 'Tester' or 'Adversary'. Properly understood, this signifies Intelligence, which tests the Spirit to see whether it is good (i.e. God) or not. This is the function of the mind, or intellect, which is directly associated with what primarily Man is - a 'thinker'. Through thinking man comes to understand and eventually, through thought put into action, to know truth - to know God. Pan carries the sickle and hourglass, symbols of death and time, for it is only through the changing experiences of nature, which we call mortality, that the human soul is perfected and true knowledge is obtained." - 889:113


In Arthurian lore, the Lord of the Underworld resides in a mythical Isle of Glass, i.e. aka Glastonbury, alleged location of the Holy Grail. "When mist, like sea, surrounds the Tor [of Glastonbury], it rises from the Levels like a magical island of ancient lore. Indeed in Celtic times it was known as the Isle of the Dead - the threshold of the spirit world where wisdom and knowledge were revealed. Its Celtic name was Ynys Witrin; it is the faery Isle of Glass where the Lord of the Underworld resides. Most famously, legend knows Glastonbury as the Isle of Avalon. Literally meaning 'The Place of Apples', Avalon was a legendary paradise associated with the Celtic Otherworld - the Summerland Annwn. In Romance, Avalon is where Arthur's great sword Excalibur was forged; it is where Arthur went to heal his wounds and where his sister Morgan Le Fay had her magical stronghold. The Life of St Gildas tells of Arthur's deeds at Glastonbury; the abbey's chronicles know him as a major benefactor of Glastonbury's early church. Christian legend knows the Vale of Avalon as the place where Joseph of Arimathea landed with the Holy Grail..." - 831

See: Dragon Court: King Arthur's Court 10.G


The Antichrist will rise out of the sea and claim to be "The One" Lord over all the earth. ..the prince of this world cometh, and hath nothing in Me - Jn.14:30

...Ye have heard that Antichrist shall come... - I Jn.2:18-19 And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy... and the dragon gave him his power, and his seat [throne], and great authority. - Rev. 13:1,2 The 'beast out of the sea' will be the incarnation or earthly representative of the solar god - Satan/Lucifer aka Pan/Saturn/Hercules - who will become the Christ/Messiah of the world church.

"In 1800 [F. de Hardenberg] Novalis published a pamphlet, Europa or Christianity . This strange young poet, writing under the influence of Boehme and German pietists such as Count Zinzendorf, prophesied the future new church confidently. ...[F]or Novalis, the new church, although founded on Christianity, will move beyond all previous forms, the historic Christ yielding place to the new Messiah of Nature, for--under the influence of the romantic philosophy of nature -- Novalis translates sacramental Christianity into pantheism." - 256:54

"[Fran?ois] Rabelais thought that Pan was Christ, for 'pan' means 'all', and Christ is mankind's all... Pan is the Antichrist, symbol of lust and magic." - 337:5,8



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