By Higgins, Godfrey ESQ
The treasure of information got in the course of the examine of languages is to liberate the presents of antiquity. This ebook is an try to draw apart the veil of the "saitic isis" or an inquiry into the foundation of languages, countries and religions.
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I apprehend that the temple was a type of the universe, and that all the temples were the same ; all parts of the one universal mythos which extended, as is evident, from the same sacred names of places being found every where, to the farthest points of the globe . I have a strong suspicion, but I name it as a suspicion only, that the fourteen Maha-bads of Persia, on which Sir W. Jones founds his Mahabadian dynasty, merely meant towns of the great Buddha ; that the fourteen Solumi, said to have existed before the flood, were the same fourteen Buddhas or incarnations of Wisdom ; that the same towns are meant ; that there was a temple of Solomon at each of them, and that they are fourteen certain places where we find the local mythos visible from their names .
Hib . IV . Pt. i . p . 197 . 3 Ib. p. 221. 770 Solomons matters, as it is clear that one must have borrowed from the other, let him determine the question . Did York and Scotland borrow from the Jumna and Carnatic, or the Jumna and Carnatic from them ? In India, there were two kingdoms of Pandaea, one in North India and one in the Car- natic, in each of which all these matters, in both nearly the same, are found . I think I may venture to assume, that I have connected the Masons, the Templars, and the Ishmaelians, and I beg leave to observe that, by means of the red eight-point cross, I connect the Templars also with the ManichEeans and the Buddhists of India .
Sidus is the proper Latin for star, and aster for planet, and aster is, perhaps, formed by the common practice of the anagram from the word rast or rasit . The probability of this, like all other instances of conjectural etymology, must be left for the consideration of the reader-each case, without any general rule, depending on its own circumstances . Zoroaster in the Irish books is called Zerdust and surnamed Hakim, and he is the son of Doghdu. Porphyry says, he dwelt in Babylon with other Chaldees ; and Suidas calls him a Chaldean .
Anacalypsis Volume 2 by Higgins, Godfrey ESQ