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Motivation: The Psychological Factors That Guide Behavior

Motivation: The Psychological Factors That Guide Behavior

Serapis: "Sarapis was regarded as a healer, with Isis; usurping the role of Ascelpius he became the guardian and savior of all mankind. Moreover, his form of healing was medicinal, rather than mystical: Ptolemy I built a temple of Serapis (the Serapeum) adjacent to the Library of Alexandria, where ‘doctors’ could study medicine and healing arts."--Derek Murphy #Serapis

Serapis: "Sarapis was regarded as a healer, with Isis; usurping the role of Ascelpius he became the guardian and savior of all mankind. Moreover, his form of healing was medicinal, rather than mystical: Ptolemy I built a temple of Serapis (the Serapeum) adjacent to the Library of Alexandria, where ‘doctors’ could study medicine and healing arts."--Derek Murphy #Serapis

Serapis: "Sarapis was regarded as a healer, with Isis; usurping the role of Ascelpius he became the guardian and savior of all mankind. Moreover, his form of healing was medicinal, rather than mystical: Ptolemy I built a temple of Serapis (the Serapeum) adjacent to the Library of Alexandria, where ‘doctors’ could study medicine and healing arts."--Derek Murphy #Serapis

Serapis: "Sarapis was regarded as a healer, with Isis; usurping the role of Ascelpius he became the guardian and savior of all mankind. Moreover, his form of healing was medicinal, rather than mystical: Ptolemy I built a temple of Serapis (the Serapeum) adjacent to the Library of Alexandria, where ‘doctors’ could study medicine and healing arts."--Derek Murphy #Serapis

The Greek Goddess Artemis was worshiped in most Greek cities but only as a secondary deity. However, to the Greeks in Asia Minor (modern day Turkey) she was a prominent deity. In Ephesus, a great temple was built in her honor, which became one of the "Seven Wonders of the Ancient World". At Ephesus she was worshiped mainly as a fertility goddess, (and was identified with Cybele the Mother Goddess). In Greece she is a fleet-footed huntress with her bow and arrows. In  Ephesus she is standing…

The Greek Goddess Artemis was worshiped in most Greek cities but only as a secondary deity. However, to the Greeks in Asia Minor (modern day Turkey) she was a prominent deity. In Ephesus, a great temple was built in her honor, which became one of the "Seven Wonders of the Ancient World". At Ephesus she was worshiped mainly as a fertility goddess, (and was identified with Cybele the Mother Goddess). In Greece she is a fleet-footed huntress with her bow and arrows. In Ephesus she is standing…

The Solar #Cross symbol is a variation on the popular four-armed cross. It represents not only the sun, but also the cyclical nature of the four seasons and the four classical elements. It is often used as an astrological representation of earth.

The Solar #Cross symbol is a variation on the popular four-armed cross. It represents not only the sun, but also the cyclical nature of the four seasons and the four classical elements. It is often used as an astrological representation of earth.

Utu, Sumerian Sun god of Justice

Utu, Sumerian Sun god of Justice

Drawing of the leontocephaline found at the Mithraeum of C. Valerius Heracles and sons, dedicated 190 AD at Ostia Antica, Italy (CIMRM 312).

Drawing of the leontocephaline found at the Mithraeum of C. Valerius Heracles and sons, dedicated 190 AD at Ostia Antica, Italy (CIMRM 312).

Creek bronze statue of a calf (ram) bearer.                 Ca 5th century BC, Greek and Magna Graecia. Metaponto museum

Creek bronze statue of a calf (ram) bearer. Ca 5th century BC, Greek and Magna Graecia. Metaponto museum

Herm pillar depicting the head of  Zeus Amon, with ram horns.  Giallo Antico.  Roman,  1st. century B.C-1st century A.D.

Herm pillar depicting the head of Zeus Amon, with ram horns. Giallo Antico. Roman, 1st. century B.C-1st century A.D.

The sumerian god ANU standing on a bull which is a symbol of the hyades cluster and a ring around his waist representing Orion. From Urartu (Ararat) Kingdom of Ararat (Armenian: or Kingdom of Van (Armenian:  Urartian: Biai, Biainili; was an Iron Age kingdom centred around Lake Van in the Armenian Highlands. 860 BC–590 BC

The sumerian god ANU standing on a bull which is a symbol of the hyades cluster and a ring around his waist representing Orion. From Urartu (Ararat) Kingdom of Ararat (Armenian: or Kingdom of Van (Armenian: Urartian: Biai, Biainili; was an Iron Age kingdom centred around Lake Van in the Armenian Highlands. 860 BC–590 BC