The Truth About Roman & Greek Myths

Learning from D. H. Lawrence about Ancient Rome Goddess Friday 03 April 2020 at 08:20 am

The City of Rome and the Great Mother

Esoteric teachings of Golden Citizens of Ancient Greece

by Natasa Pantovic

It is in the nature of humankind to tell stories, and at the root of every culture we find myths and legends. A hellenistic myth considers Rome to be an Ancient Greek city, narrating a story of a Hellenic Gods and Goddesses. The city of Romolo e Remo, Venus and Mars, cats and dogs, the centre of the original conflict of a female Goddess based worship and a male God dominated rituals.

The story goes back to the Ancient Greece and the Great Mother who has all through the ancient history had a role of the Creator Goddess. Shakti if your wish, with her Kundalini force.

The First Language

The Goddess of Quintessence: Sound


Lupa Capitolina: she-wolf with Romulus and Remus, Rome, Italy, 1300 AC (twins are a 1500 addition)

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Ancient Egyptian sign Ankh, its Symbolism and Meanings Wednesday 25 March 2020 at 10:58 am

The Ankh

Symbols and Signs by Nataša Pantović

Ankh, loved and despised by many, have you ever wondered why... An ancient Egyptian often drawn by our wise ancestors was the symbol used by priests and priestesses to represent resurrection and the holy spirit. Often interpreted as the word for "life", it traveled across the sees to many ancient civilizations and as the sign was used in the artwork of the Minoan civilization in Crete (Ancient Greece). Even the writing that Minoans used resembles ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs.


Anch comparison of Minoan and Egyptian symbols 2500 BC

Anch Comparison Egyptian with Minoan Hieroglyphs 2500 BC

The ankh continued to be used after the Christianization of Egypt during the 400 AD. The sign was used by early Christians as a monogram for Jesus.


Ancient Egyptian Ankh symbols Crux ansata signs on a piece of cloth 400 AC

Ancient Script Anch as the Monogram for Jesus, 400 AC

The Minoans of ancient Greece in Crete, were one of the world’s first great civilizations,. The Egyptians, across the sea had a rich, ancient culture that undoubtedly influenced all who encountered it.

Minoans were the first Europeans to use writing, their artists were supreme, and they traded widely with surrounding areas, building numerous palace complexes in the center of each of their city states. Minoan society was largely matrimonial, and this woman worship was also a part of their religious practices. Worshiping goddess they did not use temples, instead, they had rituals in grottoes and caves.

Egyptian merchants (2500 BC) made written note of their exchanges with the Minoans, with details of the trades.

In Crete, too we find evidence of Egyptian influence. They share a belief in afterlife and, in the requirement of living a just life to attain life after death. 

The bull is at the center of Minoan religion.

The ankh was taken from the Egypt and integrated into their own sacred rituals and burial rites in worship of and .

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Ancient Greek Research Paper on Symbols

Learning from Archimedes 250 BC about Size of the Universe and Sounds Monday 17 February 2020 at 09:01 am

Esoteric teachings of Golden Citizens of Ancient Greece

Ancient Greek Numbers and Sounds

Learning from , and sounds of the first ever Research Paper by Archimedis Syracusani

Hellenistic mathematicians in the 500 BC, prefered using a system of numbers based on the alphabet. To indicate that a letter is a number, they would place a horizontal line above the symbol.

Archimedes_Palimpsest 250 BC an orthodox bible 13th century revealed works by Archimedes thought to have been lost

Archimedes_Palimpsest 250 BC an orthodox Christina prayer text 13th century revealed works by Archimedes thought to have been lost

The School of Athens or aθήνα and Numbers with Archimedes of Syracuse

What is now known as "Attic numerals" were in use 700 BC, in the region of Attica, the city of Athens down to the Aegean Sea.

Archimedes of Syracuse or Αρχιμήδης 287 – 212 BC, was an Ancient Greek mathematician, physicist, engineer, inventor, and astronomer, and he is considered one of the greatest mathematician of all time, He was the first to calculate the accurate approximation of pi, defining the spiral bearing his name, he hypotheses that the Earth revolves around the Sun on the circumference of a circle. Archimedes was killed by a Roman soldier, and his original work was “lost” for thousands of years. 

The work, also known in Latin as Archimedis Syracusani Arenarius & Dimensio Circuli, is eight pages long in translation, is the Humanity's first matematical research paper.

Archimedes presents his callculation done for the King, stating that the large numbers were given to him to execute this exciting task, to discover the amount to sand that can fit into the Universe. The Sand Reckoner (Greek: Ψαμμίτης, Psammites) is the name of this work.

Estimating the grains of Sand in Universe Archimade

Estimating the grains of Sand in Universe Archimade

Can you just imagine the complexity of this task, can you comprehend the advances in science, and the thought form, if the Syracusan king Gelo II, pays the Philosopher Archimedis Syracusani to execute this research and leave it written for the future scientists.

In order to do this, he had to estimate the size of the universe!

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The Art of Dying Well from Jung to Egypt to Malta

Saturday 25 January 2020 at 2:53 pm

The Art of Dying, Jung about Psyche, Dreams and Death

Ancient Worlds Rituals Symbols and Signs by Nataša Pantović

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Sleeping Lady from Hypogeum Malta Temples 3,500 BC, Was Malta the island of Atlantis

death is an important interest, especially to an aging person. A categorical question is being put to him, and he is under an obligation to answer it. To this end he ought to have a myth about death, for reason shows him nothing but the dark pit into which he is descending. Myth, however, can conjure up other images for him, helpful and enriching pictures of life in the land of the dead. If he believes in them, or greats them with some measure of credence, he is being just as right or just as wrong as someone who does not believe in them. But while the man who despairs marches toward nothingness, the one who has placed his faith in the archetype follows the tracks of life and lives right into his death. Both, to be sure, remain in uncertainty, but the one lives against his instincts, the other with them.

Jung (1959) about Archetype, the myth of Dying

Answering the question why the focus on death, Jung replies: “Not to have done so is a vital loss. For the question … is the age-old heritage of humanity: an archetype, rich in secret life, which seeks to add itself to our own individual life in order to make it whole.” 

Older we get, more profound is our relationship with our psyche, or . Jung translates the Greek “pistis”, the New Testament “faith” as “trust”, emphasising the importance of developing the trust in the psyche, trusting the of the psyche’s timings, using the dream work to develop a relationship with the Self. Tending dreams, and acting on their guidance, respecting intuitions and synchronicities, one gains confidence to face the death. 

The Tibetans have elaborated the “art” of dying well, within their ancient text: the Tibetan book of Living and Dying.

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Ancient Greek Numbers and their Symbols

Learning from Pythagoras Tetractys Wednesday 08 January 2020 at 08:05 am

The Ancient Greek Numerical System

Pythagoras Symbols Numbers and Tetractys by Nataša Pantović

The divine number, the holy holy Tetractys, we find as a expressing / . The number or a symbol: + , 10, used in Ancient Greece, in Ancient China, and within the Kabbalistic Tree of Life, with its ten spheres.


Tetractys Pythagoras and the Meaning of the number 10 Ten

Ancient Greek Numbers & Corresponding Letters

Have you ever wonder how the Ancient Greek Numerical system looked like? Knowing the Roman numbers (I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X MCC ) give us an important clue, that the Ancient Greek Numerology must have had alphabetic letters assigned to a number. Manipulating numbers, for our wise anscestors, and ancient philosophers,  have also meant, the metaphysics of sounds.

When Ancient Greek Philosophers, and Pythagoras spoke of one (1), two (2), three (3), and four (4 )they also spoke of the SOUNDS.

Ancient Greek Numbers and Corresponding Symbols

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A α









R ρ




B β







S σ



G γ







T τ



D δ







U υ



E ε







F φ










Xi χ



Z ζ








ж Ž Zh










ω ш Š Sh




Θ theta



Č ч






 * Vau, koppa, and sampi are obsolete characters

In the ancient and medieval manuscripts, the numerals had a letter + overbars: α, β, γ

In Ancient Greek for example, 241 as 200 + 40 + 1 would have been ΣMA or 666 is written as χξϛ (600 + 60 + 6) 

Ž Č Š Đ DŽ are inserted by myself, for the comparison of the Ancient Greek Symbols and the Cyrilic letters. The Ancient Greek does not have the hard sounds of Ch, Dž, Zh.

The Tetractys symbolizes the four elements: fire, air, water, and earth

Tetractys κτισις = creation = sounding as ThISiS

The first four numbers for Pythagoras symbolize the musica universalis and the Cosmos:

1 = Unity or Monad, zero dimension (a point)

2 = Dyad, one dimension (a line of two points)

3 = Triad, two dimensions, a plane defined by a triangle

4 = Kosmos (Tetrad), a tetrahedron defined by four points

The four rows add up to ten, which was unity of a higher order or the Dekad.

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Pythagoras primary numbers symbolical meaning of three four five six ten

Pythagoras primary numbers symbolical meaning of one, two, three, four, five, six, ten

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