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Magical Ritual of the Sanctum Regnum by Éliphas Lévi
On such days it was forbidden to undertake any profane activity, especially official or public business. Aulus Gellius said that dies magicp were to be distinguished from those that were nefasti.
The four great religious corporations quattuor amplissima collegia were:. Nothing new was to be started, and no religious acts res divinae performed.
Peter”, Proceedings of the American Philosophical Societypp. Coli, “Regnum” in Studia et documenta historiae et iuris 17 ; C. Color was also a criterion: It is sometimes unclear whether these names represent distinct minor entities, or epithets pertaining to an aspect of a major deity’s sphere of influence, that is, an indigitationor name intended to “fix” or focalize the local action of the god so invoked.
Oscan sakaraklum is cognate with Latin sacelluma small shrine, as Oscan sakarater is with Latin sacratur, consecrare”consecrated”.
Behold the wretchedness and stupidity of mankind: In depictions of sacrificial processions, he carries a mallet or axe with which to strike the animal victim. The augural books libri augurales represented the collective, core knowledge of the augural college.
It is this latter and later meaning that is attached to the English word sinister. Portentum is a close but not always exact synonym of ostentumprodigiumand monstrum. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
Consecratio was the rrgnum act that resulted in the creation of an aedesa shrine that housed a cult image, or an araan altar. Impure sacrifice and incorrect ritual were vitia faults, hence “vice,” the English derivative ; excessive devotion, fearful grovelling to deities, and the improper use or seeking of divine knowledge were superstitio ; neglecting the religiones owed to the traditional gods was atheisma charge leveled during the Empire at Jews,  Christians, and Epicureans.
Dumezil “La deuxieme ligne de l’ inscription de Duenos ” in Latomus pp. It is connected to the name of rituzl Umbrian or Sabine founder-deity Sancus in Umbrian Sancius whose riitual noted function was the ratifying and protecting of compacts foedera. Because Roman religion was contractual do ut desa piaculum might be offered as a sort of advance payment; the Arval Brethren, for instance, offered a piaculum before entering their sacred grove with an iron implement, which was forbidden, as well as after.
The chief responsibility of an augur was to observe signs observatio and to report the results nuntiatio. By the Late Republicthree collegia wielded greater authority than the others, with a fourth coming to prominence during the reign of Augustus. The procedure could be carried out regnuj by an official who had the right to observe omens spectio.
The popa was one of the lesser-rank officiants at a sacrifice. Any thing or action contrary to divine law and will is nefas in archaic sanctm, ne not Caesarius is somewhat unclear as to whether the devotees regarded the tree itself as divine or whether they thought its destruction would kill the numen housed within it.
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Res divinae were “divine affairs,” that is, the matters that pertained to the gods and the sphere of the divine in contrast to res humanae”human affairs. Caesarius of ArlesS. LInderski calls this “a very remarkable innovation. The Etruscan texts on the disciplina that were known to the Romans are of three kinds: To the Romans, their success was self-evidently due to their practice of proper, respectful religiowhich gave the gods what was owed them and which was rewarded with social harmony, peace and prosperity.
From Ritualized Speech to Social Order pp.