Before Christianity existed, there was what is now commonly known as Paganism, which is also called Polytheism, the belief or worship of more than one God. Tritheism is a word that comes from the Greek, meaning ‘Three Divinity’, and in antiquity, as well as in certain forms of Neopaganism, the Triple Goddess is a deity or archetype viewed as a triunity of three distinct aspects or figures united in one being.
Atlantis, Inner Earth, Ancient Occult Mysteries
Ancient History, Esoteric Mythology, Occult Mysticism
Various triune or triple goddesses were commonly seen in ancient, or pre-Christian, religion. The details of the rites, ceremonies, and beliefs were kept secret due to persecution, and consistently preserved from antiquity. As their core teaching became unacceptable, the Goddess teachings became the “Mysteries”.
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Robert Sepehr is an anthropologist and author