Catholicism’s Purgatory Rooted in Greek Eleusinian Mysteries Some Redeemed from Tartarus When Forgiven by Victims


Purgatory which is not of the Word (Jesus Christ) is rooted in the greek Elysian Mysteries, in the afterlife Hades (named for Sidon’s son Gades/Cadiz) where are the common dead, in Tartarus the irredeemable, and in Elysium (named for Javan’s son Elisha) the heroes and other noble people, yet some in Tartarus were said (according to Plato) to be able to enter Hades after a year in Tartarus if those in Hades whom the bad in Tartarus had transgressed would forgive them.