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Mithra in a typical representation, shown slaying the sacred bull from whose body came all the good things of earth. by Mark Weber DURING THE first two centuries of the Christian era, two competing religions that shared many similarities flourished in the Greco-Roman world: Christianity and Mithraism.…
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by Survive the Jive IN THIS video I look at some pagan temples and statues and mosaics of pagan gods to get an idea of what pagan practice was actually like in Ancient Rome. I visit the Pantheon in Rome and several temples in the Roman town of Herculaneum. The video ends with a visit to the Mithraeum beneath…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

By Dr. William Luther Pierce Migrating Germans, Invading Huns, Expanding Slavs Destroyed Roman Order; Hun Horde Routed Goths, Burst into Central Europe
Attila Yields to Gothic Valor; Germans Drive Asiatics from Europe THE GOTHIC NATION, as was mentioned in the previous installment, had established…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

By Dr. William L. Pierce Nordic Virtues Led Romans to World Domination
Etruscan Kings Paved Way for Rome’s Fall
Levantines, Decadence, Capitalism Sank Rome TODAY, WHEN WE SPEAK of “Latins,” we reflexively think of short, swarthy, excitable people who are inordinately fond of…
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