(49) Both the passage from Corpus Hermeticum 16 quoted above, and the injunctions to secrecy found in the Mithras
Liturgy, play into this paradigm.
Mithraism switched very easily to Christianity, as proved by the temples of Mithras
still preserved in some of the churches of Rome.
Analyses were carried out in triplicate on a Berthold Mithras
microplate reader equipped with 3 injectors and entailed this sequence: (a) addition of choline oxidase solution to the sample (10 [micro]L, 10 units/mL, pH 8, 0.2 mol/L sodium phosphate, 0.1% sodium cholate); (b) after 2 s, addition of an aqueous acridinium chemiluminescent indicator (10 [micro]L, 4 [micro]mol/L, 0.1% sodium cholate); (c) addition of aqueous sodium hydroxide (30 [micro]L, 0.25 mol/L); and (d) recording of the light signal for 2 s.
Janowitz concludes the chapter with the Mithras
Liturgy, a didactic text that teaches practitioners about the soul's ascent through the heavens using a combination of ritual actions.
The second item from the North-east to be included on the list is the Birth of Mithras
sculpture from Carrawburgh.
Easter was also sacred to the Romans as the feast day of the sun god Mithras
Chapter 5 examines the use of divine names and sounds in mystical ascent focusing on the Hekhalot Rabbati and the Mithras
Landau, now 35, told me: "I remember coming up to Scotland a few times although I only had one ride in the Scottish National on Mithras
and we finished unplaced behind Mighty Mark in 1988.
He is already a non-executive director of BBA, a director of Mithras
Investment trust and Legal & General Select Investment trust and chairman of the Association of British Insurers investment committee.
He was clearly delighted after bringing up the fourth leg on the John Gosden-trained Mithras
, who made a winning debut in the 10-furlong maiden at the expense of Kieren Fallon's mount Whispering.
Popular among soldiers was the worship of Mithras
, the god of truth and light.
" is there for no particularly good reason.