Son of Apollo Bacchus' Cross

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Ring Seal Amulet, 3rd Century AD. Author’s Translation: ‘Orpeus’ (son of Apollo), Bacchus’ Cross. The word ‘cross’ is constructed anagrammatically from the ‘footstool’. Note also the ‘seven stars’ - a symbol of (the Pleiades), and the crescent device (Venus), interchangeable with the moon and darkness. In addition, the Greek inscription reads as a pun on the Semitic words ‘af ’a’, ‘boker’ and ‘kuss’, translated respectively as (morning, snake and tabernacle). Page 436 from the Murder of Reality

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