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  Satanic Reds
Ophioneus is depicted as a multi-headed snake ("ophis") or dragon.
Ophioneus is both the serpent of the primeval watery abyss and the hatcher of the World-Egg.
Ophioneus is by Pherecydes said to be guarding the Roots to the Tree of Life.
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 Church of Apeiron - Articles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Apart from Ophioneus is Cthonie, Eurynome, Echidna and Callirhoe mentioned in the surviving fragments.
Ill begin with Ophioneus, as it is the one that seems to have been of greatest importance, and we have the most surviving fragments about it.
The Root connected to Ophioneus is something shared by the "living." A fitting word to describe this principle would be Zoos (which means "living being" or "life"); letting go to your nature and the flow of your being, i.e.
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 Ophion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Greek mythology, Ophion ("serpent"), also called Ophioneus ruled the world with Eurynome before the two of them were cast down by Cronus and Rhea, according to some sources.
Some fragments of this work mention a birth of Ophioneus and a battle of the gods between Cronus (not Chronos) on one side and Ophioneus and his children on the other in which an agreement is made that however pushes the other side into Ogenos will lose and the winner will hold heaven.
Eusebius of Caearea in his Praeparatio (1.10) cites Philo of Byblos as declaring that Pherecydes took Ophion and the Ophionidae from the Phoenicians.
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 Ichthyapus ophioneus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Ichthyapus ophioneus (Evermann and Marsh, 1900) -- valid -- finless snake eel, surf eel.
Ichthyapus: Ichthyapus ophioneus Robins and Ray, 1986 Sphagebranchus ophioneus Evermann and Marsh, 1900; (valid as) Sphagebranchus conklini Eigenmann, 1916; (synonym...
Ophichthidae: Ophichthidae Ichthyapus ophioneus [Sphagebranchus ophioneus] surf eel Evermann and Marsh, 1902, Fig.
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 THE WORD OBEAH: What Does It Mean, How Does It Work?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Guarding this Flame was the serpent Ophioneus, very similar in respects to his nearly same namesake Ophiuchus.
If anyone obstructed or hindered the Light of the Flame, Ophioneus would rise out of the water like a monster and consume them.
The Greek philosopher Pherecydes (circa 600-550 BC) wrote a great deal about Ophioneus, having obtained the doctrines from the Phoenicians, also known as Ophites (Greece was first colonized by Ophites, serpent worshippers from both Egypt and Phoenicia).
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 SKY LINKS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
His wife, Rhea, prevented him from swallowing his son Zeus by giving him a stone wrapped in swaddling clothes, and sent the infant to Crete to be brought up in a cave in a mountain.
In a quarrel between Ares and Hephaestus, Dionysus defeated Hephaestus by means of wine, and led him to Olympus on a mule.
But consider also the poetry of the man of Syros, and Zeus and Chthonie and the love in them, and the coming-into-being of Ophioneus and the battle of the gods, and the tree and the peplos.
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 Pherecydes of Syros - Iridis Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The antagonism between father and son seems to have been omitted.
Chronos and Zas fight a war against Ophion or Ophioneus ("the snake man"), and Zas celebrates his victory by weaving a robe for Chthonie, who is transformed into Ge ("the surface of the earth").
Both Cicero and Augustine thought that Pherecydes of Syros first taught the immortality of the soul.
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 Ophion Article, Ophion Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
In Greek mythology, Ophion ("serpent"), alsocalled Ophioneus ruled the world with Eurynome before the two ofthem were cast down by Cronus and Rhea, according to some sources.
Some fragments of this work mention a birth of Ophioneus and a battle of the gods betweenCronus (not Chronos) on one side and Ophioneus and his children on the other in which an agreement is made that however pushesthe other side into Ogenos will lose and the winner will hold heaven.
Eusebius ofCaearea in his Praeparatio (1.10) cites Philo of Byblos as declaring that Pherecydes took Ophion and the Ophionidae from the Phoenicians.
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 Guardians of Darkness
Guarding the Root to this Flame was the serpent Ophioneus.
If you obstructed or hindered the Light, Ophioneus would rise like a terrible monster and consume you.
He was said to have gotten the doctrines from Phoenicians, also known as the Ophites — the keepers of the Kaballa and the people of Tyre who helped to build Solomon's Temple.
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 Northvegr - Ophiolatreia
Another treatise upon the same subject was written by Pherecydes Tyrus, which was probably a copy of the former; for he is said to have composed it from some previous accounts of the Phœnicians.
The title of his book was the Theology of Ophion, styled Ophioneus, and his worshippers were called Ophionidæ.
Thoth and Athoth were certainly titles of the Deity in the Gentile world; and the book of Sanchoniathon might very possibly have been from hence named Ethothion, or more truly, Athothion.
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 Ophion - Term Explanation on IndexSuche.Com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
("serpent"), also called Ophioneus ruled the world with Eurynome before the two of them were cast down by Cronus and Rhea.
Lycophron (1191) relates that Zeus' mother, that is Rhea, is skilled in wrestling, having cast the former queen Eurynome into Tartarus.
We also have fragments of the writings of the early philosopher Pherecydes_of_Syros (6th century BCE) who devised a myth or legend in which powers known as Zas and Chronos 'Time' and Chthonie 'Of the Earth' existed from the beginning and in which Chronos creates the universe.
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 AKATHARTIC AND OPHIONIC STATES OF BEING
If they do this then you witness their behavior: serial killers, extreme sado-masochism with no "game rules," self-mutilation outside and visible or with foods that are literally making them sick (I do not mean alcohol or drugs), foods that give them pain to eat: like lime (dolomite).
The Pythagorean name for this type that has embraced this is "Ophionic." Yes, from the Idea (not literal creature) Ophioneus or Ophion.
The lesser "image" of the spider-like web was known as "Nightmare," the first and true meaning of that word.
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 aristode.html
The views of both the seers, Epebolus and Ophioneus, were identical, that
[6] This Ophioneus, the Messenian seer, was blind from
He was seized with a violent pain in the head, and thereupon received his sight.
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 The Beginnings of Greek Philosophy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Chronos did not marry but somehow produced the remaining three elements of fire, air and water.
Curiously, Chronos had fought another primeval god called Ophioneus (the "Snaky One") for control of the heavens.
Chronos had won and cast Ophioneus into the sea and assumed the victo's crown.
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 Ichthyapus selachops   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
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Ichthyapus acuticeps Ichthyapus ophioneus Ichthyapus vulturus Ichthyapus selachops.
Links to Aquarium Websites:...eel(Herpetoichthys fossatus); Smiling sand-eel(Ichthyapus selachops); Letharchus velifer; Surf eel(Ichthyapus ophioneus); Oriental worm...
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 Dark Doctrines, Left Hand Path and Satanism, a Hr. Vad site   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The names have been spoken, loose the Hounds of the Barrier and COME FORTH, for the bond is sealed.
We are alike, and I summon you through myself that MY By Sam-Moveth-Az, by Ophioneus: Leviathan, Arise!
Leave the whirling vortex beyond our Cosmos and come forth.
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 LittleFishTank.com - Aquatic Dictionary - Privacy Policy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
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