THE KABIRI

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF MATERIALS PROJECT

1st March 2002

Dear Friends,

I have been interested for a few decades, amongst other subjects, in the Mysteries of the Kabiri, and in 1989 undertook an arduous journey from Cape Town to Samothrace and back. I have tried to collect as much bibliographical material as possible - and would like to place this material on a Website as soon as it evolves from feedback and participation to this request. If you have any bibliographical information, knowledge of Websites that deal with the kabiri, any research or related material, especially concerning the Kabiri Mysteries at Thebes and their Dionysian associations, and those of Samothrace.

As from this moment, all correspondence and material with be published on this page - and will grow along the lines of a 'Work in Progress.' Here is an article I wrote in 1974, which mentions the KABIRI:

SOME NOTES on MINING MYTHOLOGY

Published in: De Re Metalica, CIDEM, Turin, 1994.

Yours sincerely,

Samten de Wet

EMAIL ME

LEMPRIERE on the CABIRI.

KABIRI RESOURCES ON THE WEB
THE TIMELESS KABIRI
THEOSOPHY, Vol. 52, No. 2, December, 1963, pp.43-50. 
LESLEY'S "ARKITE SYMBOLISM."

in: INFLUENCE OF THE PHALLIC IDEA IN THE RELIGIONS OF ANTIQUITY BY C. STANILAND WAKE [1870]
Sex, Gods and Gay People   -   mentions Kabiri

Some basic information and backgound on the Mystery Island of Samothrace

Guide to the Excavations at the Sanctuary of the Great Gods

 The Great Gods and the Mysteries of Samothrace

A Visit to SAMOTHRACE

 SAMOTHRACE  

Also: Samothrace at the website of the GREEK MINISTRY OF CULTURE

Samothrace, Volume 11: The Nekropoleis, Elsbeth B. Dusenbery

Samothrace, Volume 7: The Rotunda of Arsinoe (Two Volumes)

Edited by Karl Lehmann & Phyllis Williams Lehmann

About the Kabiroi by by Nikodemos

 The Ancient Great Ones, Now Dead John Opsopaus

 CABEIRI Online Encyclopedia Originally appearing in Volume V04, Page 917 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.

 The Great Gods and the Mysteries of Samothrace

 Cabeiri This entry was originally from the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica. 

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