The Mother of God: The Overshadowed Reality of the Divine

Michael A Rizzotti Archaeological findings show that the earliest and the most prevalent type of artifacts discovered in Old Europe show an overwhelming concern with female symbolism. They were, in all probability, connected to some form of cultic origin or purpose.1...

The Holy Spirit: The Profane Reality of the Trinity

Michael A Rizzotti We have dealt with two of the persons of the Trinity in other essays. In order to complete the triune essence of God, we will now focus our attention on the Holy Spirit. Among the three, its identity is the most evanescent. The Spirit is the most...

God the Son: The Scapegoat

Michael A Rizzotti A logical sequence to the essay God the Father brings us to the person of Jesus Christ although the concept of the Incarnation is not present in the Old Testament since any image of God is forbidden. As we have said, in Judaism the name of Yahweh is...

Teilhard de Chardin: A Human Phenomenon

Michael A Rizzotti Paradoxically the author is more popular today than he has ever been. The renewed interest in Teilhard de Chardin stems from his vision of the “noosphere“, or the “mind layer” hovering the earth that he described more than...

The Inauguration of the Washington National Monument

Michael Rizzotti In an earlier study on the dedication of Quebec’s monuments, I realized that these civil events revealed interesting details about the mythical edification of society as a whole.1 Consequently, I chose to expand my field of research to include...