In their service and defense of Beauty, the Knights of Paphos worshiped at the Temple of Aphrodite. Modern Cyprianism describes a symbolic Temple as a way to remind us what Beauty is and what it takes to reach Her. The symbolic Temple is meant to impart the truths of the Philosophy in a way that work straight upon the deeper parts of your being. The symbols in the spiritual Temple of Aphrodite contain a wealth of understanding of the Cyprian truths and there is no end to what one can learn from their study. Each new understanding leads to an Awareness that there is more to know and encourages us to Seek that next level of perception. Your path and work will lead you to insights that are personal to you.
Being the Philosophy and Practice of Cyprianism
Top Posts & Pages
Cyprian Calendar/ZodiacFor a description of the Cyprian Zodiac CLICK HERE
For upcoming dates on the Cyprian Calendar, see below:
- Isodikeia June 26, 2017 In celebration of the landmark Supreme Court of the United States decision made this day in 2015, we are declaring a new holiday, Isodikeia. It is officially the Feast of Equality (ἴσος/isos) and Justice (δίκη/dike).
- Pleasuria July 4, 2017
- Cora's Pearl/Feast of Soft Cakes July 8, 2017 July 8th is the feast day of French courtesan and Cyprian Saint Cora Pearl, who passed beyond the Diamond Gate on this day in 1886. Her most sacred work of Cyprianism, Grand Horizontal, The Erotic Memoirs of a Passionate Lady, is central to the ceremonies of this day. A popular anecdote from that book details…
- Beauty/Envy July 18, 2017 – September 7, 2017 Le Chien - July 18 - September 7 (52 days) Virtue - Beauty Passion (Vice) - Envy Symbol - The Mirror Law - The Accord Principle - Mirrors Anatomy – Eyes Color – Green Animal – Dog Metal – Copper Planet – Neptune, the Mystic Station – Afterglow Art – Painting Liberal Art and Science…
- Feast of St. Miriam July 22, 2017 July 22 is the feast day of Paphian Grande Madame and Cyprian Saint Miriam of Magdala. This feast day is also celebrated, albeit in substantially different ways, by the Catholic and Anglican Christian churches.