Full music credits for Constantine: 17 performances. Roles performed: vocals, drums, guitar, string guitar, organ. Releases include: Worshipping the Sun / Blue Iris Baby (Constantine), Day of Light.
Constantine, “Worshipping the Sun” b/w “Blue Iris Baby” (self / Guerssen Distribution). Chicago’s Constantine privately pressed their first album in and added a 7″ with two non-LP cuts (!!!). If only to trade in a phenomenal business practice, it is entirely worth diving into this 7″ (sorry I haven’t found the LP yet!), but the paisley worship is quite divine.
If Constantine truly worshipped Sol Invictus, even portraying the icon on his coinage, why does the Church insist that he converted? July 26th, First, you need to better understand Emperor Constantine, his family life, and get a better perspective of his entire life. Did he worship the Sun prior to his supposed conversion? Yes.
Tammuz was hailed as the son of the sun. He was idolized and even worshipped and the first letter of his name became the symbol of sun worship. Human sacrifices to the sun god were offered on this initial letter made of wood, known as the cross “T” and this “T” for Tammuz is also the true origin of Catholics crossing themselves.
Worshipping The Sun by Constantine, released 01 December 1. Worshipping The Sun 2. Blue Iris Baby Distributed by Guerssen Records All songs written and arranged by Constantine Hastalis .
Constantine - Day Of Light (Ltd) - Vinyl (LP) - Psych-Pop, Neo-Folk - " With the release of "Day of Light", Constantine Hastalis has offered up an impressive counter argument to this industry-approved schedule. Painsta. Information. Constantine - Worshipping The Sun/Blue Iris Baby (Ltd 7") " This is Constantine's privately pressed 7.