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Discover the burning islands of Sicily a guide penned by a visitor to the island for visitors.

Travelling around the island’s cities via the air-conditioned buses and coaches or the trains that connect the cities and towns around the island of Sicily.

Taormina, Catania, Palermo, Agrigento and Syracuse along with Trapani are covered in the guide looking at the history and the sights of the island along the way as we explore the island and its rich culture and history on our Tour Of Sicily together.

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Sign of APollo the sun god contains the two sacred arrows of Neith the creator deity

 

 

Paiawon Apollo the Sun deity was known by varied names in the ancient world in many lands always associated with a twin sister deity and a mother deity across varied lands and cultures.

You can explore his journey from East to West and his impact on the ancient world in PAIAWON APOLLO THE SUN GOD

 

 

 

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Book Review: SOLDIERS OF APOLLO by Daniel Peter Buckley

Source: Book Review: SOLDIERS OF APOLLO by Daniel Peter Buckley

From the centre of the Greek speaking world in Delphi, Apollo the Sun and Archer deity connected via the Pythia with his followers.

His messages were delivered in sacred oracles via the Pythia to his followers who would travel from around the ancient world to gain an audience with the Sun god.

After being ritually cleansed in the sacred waters of the Castalian spring  the Pythia in her ceremonial robes would enter the inner adyton of the temple and sat on a tripod above the natural gap in the temple floor the fumes rising from the natural fault lines beneath the site of Delphi would send the Pythia into a frenzied trance like state as she connected with the Sun deity Apollo.

From circa 1600 B.C. the rugged site on the mountain slopes of Parnassos was a sacred site of worship sacred originally to the earth deity Gaia who Apollo later replaced.

He retained the high priestess the Pythia who continued to issue the sacred oracles guiding and predicting the future.

Sacred springs and pools added to the sacred appeal of the site of Delphi set among the lush valleys filled with olive trees and fruit trees of all kinds beneath its steep slopes creating a natural theatre with views of the gulf of Corinth away in the distance.

Delphi was a secluded retreat in which the followers of Apollo could refresh the body, mind and soul.

 

 

 

Book Review: Tour Of Sicily by Daniel Peter Buckley Free E-book OFFER Sep 21st and 22nd 

Source: Book Review: Tour Of Sicily by Daniel Peter Buckley