Now that I'm thinking about it, I very much like this idea, actually. It could play into an interesting interplay between in Europe in general in terms of culture, religion, philosophy, and language. Religio Romana might get increasingly Egyptified, as Neoplatonism and specifically Iamblichan Neoplatonism was extremely so already, I would argue. Europe might then see Egypt, Greece, and Rome then as the Three Fingers, that is the Three Fingers of God held up in the benedictio latina hand gesture that was common in the imagery of Sabazios-Dionysus, which of course was very much part of Mithraism as remember Mithras is the one who KILLS Sabazios-Dionysus to restart the Cycle of Being, or in this case, the year. The bull being sacrificed in the tauroctony scenes in the Mithraea are representative of Sabazios, who may be equated with the Egyptian Apis Bull. In fact, it does seem that these myths were analogous, as the Bull was thought to be sacrificed at the end of every year in Egypt so to resurrect again as Osiris so that the Cycle could continue. Within the Mithraic imagery, likely of Thracian origin, the Bull is being sacrificed to rise again as Zagreus. Remember that the name Zagreus itself refers to a pit for capturing animals, and he is said to have been ripped apart by the Titans as a child. Here, we might interpret the imagery as possible justification for offering up a bull instead of a youth as a sacrifice, which may then become equated with the myths surrounding Antínous and his sacrifice to save Hadrian's life when he was ill. The Cult of Antínous was widely popular at the time and a competitor to Christianity, especially in the Greek East, and there were places in which he was already equated with Apis-Osiris. So then, we might see the development of special ritual sacrifices of youths who are selected for such a purpose develop in Europe and perhaps also Barbarica in times of dire need instead of the sacrifice as a Bull, which acts as a stand in during times of plenty. Anyways, the Three Fingers of God come into play here as Zagreb's, Dionysus, and Sabazios are scene as symbolizing the Cycle of Being and thus Being Itself, and they are identified with what are believed to be the Three Nations that represent the Three Stages of Formation of European Civilization, being Egypt, Greece, and Rome. In Barbarica, there would be a similar belief (Antínous was widely popular also in Gaul, where he was equated with Belenos), with the Three Nations being Celtic, Germanic, and Scythian. They would see themselves thus as mirror images of each other, and this could feed into various esoteric doctrines surrounding the Nature of Being, where the two civilizations being mirror images stand opposed to one another, with one side needing to break through the other to attain Unity with God, whilst later a doctrine develops of the acceptance of opposing categories in a sort of Yin and Yang fashion (this will probably start in Barbarica) and even later still, one of peace between the two that believes that the acceptance of the image of oneself in the mirror as being part and parcel of the Body of God is necessary for Enlightenment/Henosis, which may itself develop in Europe.