|The God Mithras... Was an ancient Perisan God depicted usually with a lion's head and wings. He was the defender of light and truth-
|| ||and the opponent of darkness and evil. Mithras was worshipped in ancient Pompeii and the tradition was to slaughter a bull to his power and bath in the blood.
| ||Mithras was often referred to "Our Father" and as the God of Light was also considered to encompass the beginning and the end, just as Christ was known over 2,000 years later. This leads to both deities using the same Palindrome of the Sator-Rotas Square with the embedded anagram of Pater Noster, and the added letters Alpha and Omega. ||
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