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 Greece

 

Greece and Rome are central states that are the basis of human civilization.
Political systems, legal systems, and social systems created by Greece and Rome are still in use.
However, Roman civilization came from Greece, and Greek civilization was passed down from Crete and Phoenicia, Crete and Phoenicia inherited civilizations from Egypt and Mesopotamia.

In other words, the civilization of Greece and Rome is a civilization that succeeded and developed Mesopotamia and Egyptian civilization.
In fact, Greek mythology seems to have mixed the myths of Mesopotamia with the myths of Egypt.
Greece corresponds to a bronze thigh of Daniel's idol, and Rome corresponds to a iron feet.


1. Crete (Minoan civilization);


a)
History

 

Crete is the largest island in Greece, located in the Mediterranean Sea in southern Greece.
The civilization of Crete began at 3,000 B.C..
The Crete civilization is named after King Minos and named Minoan civilization.
Minoan civilization is the oldest civilization in Europe and lasted for about 1,500 years.
Homeros said that Crete have five different races.

Herodotus said that King Minos was not Greek.
If you look at murals and ashes, the people of Crete are different from the Greeks, and they are probably indigenous to this island.

The powerful and splendid Minos kingdom is destroyed suddenly and buried in the ground.
Evans speculated that the palace suddenly collapsed one day due to a natural disaste, volcanic eruption like Pompeii.
He discovered a body that suddenly died as he unearthed a room with a throne.
Evans thought it was the earthquake, not the invader from the outside, that brought down the huge Minos palace.

Archaeologists mostly disagreed with him, but in 1939 a young Greek archaeologist, Spiridon Marinatos published an amazing fact.
He claimed that the destruction of the Cretan civilization was due to a volcanic eruption on Tira(Santorin) Island 120 km northwest of Crete.

American geologists examined the stones of the Santorin volcano, and it was revealed that the volcano erupted around 1,500 B.C., the time of the destruction of the Cretan civilization.
Marinatos
unearthed the island of Tira in 1967 and found the city that flourished in the same era as the Crete kingdom.

 

b) Crete-related parts of Greek mythology

The part of Greek mythology related to the birth of Cretan civilization is as follows.
According to Greek mythology, Zeus, the god of Olympus, wandered the world and fell in love with the beauty of Eulope, the daughter of the Phoenician king.
Zeus turned into a bull, put her on his back and took her to Crete, where he was born
At that time, People called the place where she rode the bull after her name, Europe.

 

Eulope on the back of the bull (Zeus)

Woman on beast, symbol of the European Union

a cave with a legend that Zeus lived in

 

Three sons were born between Zeus and Eulope, and the first, Minos, became the king of Crete.
King Minos sent his son Andregeos to an athletic game in Athens.
When Andregeos defeated the Greeks and took over the laurel, the angry Athenian king Aigeus killed him.
King Minos sent a fleet to surrender Athens and demand that seven young men and seven virgins be offered every nine years.

King Minos sent these young men to the Palace of Ravrrintos, where they were eaten by a monster named Minotaurus.
When King Minos'wife gave birth to a monster whose head was a cow and body was a man, King Minos placed a complex corridor and room, build a maze palace that could not escape once he entered the room, and lock the monster.

The third year of having to spend a young men and a virgicn came back, and Athens was saddened by the whole country.
Prince hssess volunteern to kill the monsters of the maze palace and save the young people.
He left Athens on a black sail, and promised the king to change the black sail into a white sail when he killed the monster and returned alive.

Heroes in Greek mythology are usually handsome young men and weak to women.
Seeing the beautiful princess of the Kingdom of Crete, Tesseus soon fell in love, and the princess fell in love with the prince.
The princess visited the Daedalus who built the maze palace and asked him to teach her how to get out, and Princess secretly gave the sword and a bundle of wool to Theus.
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The princess waited at the entrance of the maze palace, and the prince went inside while unsealing the thread.
He fought the monster and won.
He returned winding thread and he took the princess to Athens.
But he was so excited and forgot to turn black sails into white sails.
The king of Athens threw himself to death from the cliff when he saw a ship on the horizon wearing a black sail.

 

King Minos was angry that Theus had escaped with his daughter.
And the only person who knew how to get out of the labyrinth was Daedalus.
The king captured Daedalus and his son Icarus and locked them in the maze palace.
Then Daedalus collected the wings of the birds and melted the candles to make the wings.

Father and son flew to the sky with wings, and his son flew too high to the sun, and the winged candle melted and drowned in the sea.
Daedalus crossed the sea safely and reached the island of Sicily.
He was in the heart of the Sicilian king and lived there.

When he could not find Daedalus, King Minos made one trick.
He announced that he will prize the person who can pierce thread spiral shell.
The Daedalus hid his name and brought the shell.
He grabbed an ant that pierced a small hole and tied the thread to his leg and pushed it into the shell.

The ants circled and crawled out into another hole.
The problem was solved, but Daedalus was caught.
When King Minos came to catch Daedalus himself, the Sicilian king made Daedalus make a special bath and then lured him to enter there to death.

 

c) Culture

 

Knossos is the capital of Minoan, 5 km from Iraclion.
The palaces, mansions and cemeteries of King Minos are located at this Knossus site.
The citizens of Knossos enjoyed their wealth and enjoyed a very sophisticated culture.

Crete exported expensive olive oil and wine to the Aegean Sea and far away to Egypt, Syria and Cyprus in a jar with colorful patterns.

Ships exporting oil and wine bought luxury goods on their way back.
The tin and copper came from Italy, gold and silver from Asia Minor, and ivory from Syria.
The bathrooms in the building were flushed, with luxurious baths, ventilation and sewers.

 

Prince

men carrying pots

The murals of Crete are filled with young people.

 

 

 

Women

women carrying pots

Women's makeup and attire were also the extreme of sophistication and luxury.

 

Evans found a very unusual painting one day.
Two girls stood the front and back of the buls, and a boy stood on the back of the bull.



d) Religion

The religion of Minoan civilization is not known exactly because there is no data left, but it can be estimated roughly through relics.

the head of bull

goddess ob snake

bronze idols

sitting goddess

 

You can see that the oxen was jeweled, worshipped snakes, and served the goddess, and it was influenced by Egypt and Mesopotamia.
Crete civilization, which was gorgeous, hedonistic and materialistic, was disappeared by the sudden destruction of volcanic eruptions.

Zeph.2:5 Woe to the inhabitants of the seacoast, The nation of the Cherethites! The word of the LORD is against you, O Canaan, land of the Philistines: "I will destroy you; So there shall be no inhabitant."

Titus1:12 One of them, a prophet of their own, said, "Cretans are always liars, evil beasts, lazy gluttons."

 

 

 

2. Sparta

 

Sparta is a Greek city-state that competed with Athens, and is famous for its strict discipline.
But in addition, Sparta was the world's first socialist country and ascetic state.
Sparta, like Greece, had a senate to check the kingship.

King Rikrgos of Sparta made land reforms and distributed the land of the rich to the poor.
We also reformed the currency, eliminating gold and silver coins, and using iron coins.
This makes it easier to transport and use money, and by not owning money, the economy is developed and luxury is disappeared.
Men gathered in huge restaurants and shared the same meal, so that they did not have a desire for wealth.

The education of Spartans was led by the state.
The new baby was examined by the elders as to whether it was appropriate as a Spartan citizen.
Only strong and healthy children were allowed to raise, and else baby died in Mount Taigetus.
The child was raised at home until the age of 7, and then left home and was educated at school.

Seven-year-old boys lived under the supervision of Peydonomos at an educational institution called Agogae.
The purpose of life here was to foster a man who could win any form of battle, steel-like discipline, obedience to command, patience with hunger and suffering.

Spartan youths trained in swimming, running, fighting, wrestling, boxing, ballplay, horseback riding, archery, singing, marching, and pancratium(a mix of boxing and wrestling).


Physical activity was also recommended for women, and women ran, wrestled, and threw spears, and marched naked like men to eliminate fear.
When they reached 20, they pledged allegiance to Sparta and participated in actual battles.

 

 

 

3. Greece

Greece consists of 2,000 islands
It was the first country to form the basis of Western civilization and introduced democracy and developed philosophy, science, art, and education.

a) History

1
Archaic Age

Archaic Age corresponds to the year 480 B.C.~800 B.C.
At this time, local agriculture and livestock agriculture were active, and new Greek colonies were built in North Africa, Sicily in Italy, southern France and southern Spain.
Meanwhile, the invention of the Greek alphabet, the establishment of the city and temple have given the residents of various cities the first time to instill the communality as a Greek.

The city state was built as a fortified acropolis in the highlands, where treasures were kept, and also provided as a refuge during the invasion of the outside people.
Outside the citadel was the Agora (market), and behind it was the residential area.

Urban countries were free self-governing countries, but this led to arguments and wars.
Most city states have a democratic form of government, led by the consul, that abolishes the rule of the tyrannical
monarchy.

 

2. Athens

The vast area and favorable terrain of Athens and its surrounding area were extraordinary from many city states in Greece.
Athens also had a great acropolis to get water from itself.

Attica was surrounded by four mountain ranges that form natural defenses.
But to make ships, they had to import a large amount of scarce timber, which was the main cause of Athens' imperial thinking.

Also, as the population grew significantly, Athens became imperialistic in order to obtain arable land.
Meanwhile, B.C. Salon, who was appointed consul in 594 B.C. was still a class society that tried to maintain the unity of the upper classes, but he tried to create a more fair society.
Salon freed the slaves because of debt, and declared everyone equal before the law.

He also abolished the hereditary succession of privileges and reorganized political power into four classes based on wealth.
That is, only the first and second classes qualified to be rulers (managers), and all four classes qualified to elect administrative ministers.
His reforms were a pioneer of democracy.

 

3. The Persian War;

The Greek-Persian confrontation began with the Ionian rebellion in the Greek colonies of Asia around 500 B.C.
After this incident, Persia decided to retaliate with hostility to Athens, which supported the rebellion.

Darius I, who took the throne of the Persian Empire, which gradually expanded its power in 519 B.C., was filled with vengeance against Athens.
He asked Sparta to attack Athens from behind.
But the Spartans refused because they were planning to conquer Greece.

When the Persian army landed at the Marathon in 490 B.C., only 10,000 Athens soldiers defeated Persian infantry and cavalry with excellent maneuvers.
The marathon battle became a mythical event.
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Meanwhile, when Darius I died before achieving his plan, the throne was inherited to his son Xerxes.
In 480 B.C., Xerxes invaded Greece by organizing the Army and Navy by gathering his men from all parts of the Persian Empire.
Historian Herodotus estimated the number of soldiers in this Persian Empire to be million.

However, as Spartan support and skilled maneuvering operations defeate Persian fleet, the Xerxes had to return to Persia.
A year later, the Greeks under General Pausanias of Sparta wiped out the Persian army at the Battle of Plataea, and liberated the city states of the Ionians under Persian control.

 

4. Delian League Age (B. C. 480~B. C. 338)

After the Persian War, several city states formed the Delian League.
The purpose of this alliance was to rescue Greek city states occupied by Persia and to create a large navy to effectively defend another Persian attack.
Under Pericles' rule, the Athenians celebrated the golden age of culture, art and science.

 

5. The Peloponnesian War;


One of the main causes of the outbreak of war was that when Athens supported Corcya in the dispute between its home cities of Corinth and Corcyra, Corinth asked Sparta for help.
The first Peloponnesian war that broke out 431 B.C.and  over 421 B.C.

This war was originally a battle between Corinth and Athens, and Sparta occasionally intervened.
At the beginning of the war, Athens was favorable, but Athens decided it was difficult to defeat Sparta on land, so Athens handed over Attica and sealed Peloponnesus with naval power.

Sparta, which was surrounded by Athens, broke through the siege by defeating the Athens fleet and infantry in 413 B.C.
The Athenians' armies, money and ships were getting depleted and gradually began to starve.


Sparta promised the Persian Empire to return the Ionian city states of Asia Minor.
Eventually, in 404 B.C. Athens fell to Sparta.


The Peloponnesian War destroyed many city states but only Sparta was honored.
Sparta promised to restore freedom to the city-states that fought against Athens during the war, but began to dominate coercively.

But
over time, the cities of the Aegean Sea gradually regain their strength.
As the antipathy to Sparta in Greek city states increased, Sparta lost its leadership in Greece.

The Second Athenian Alliance, launched in 378 B.C., defined Sparta as a major enemy, and the rebuilt Athenian Navy defeated Sparta at the Battle of Naxos.
New cities joined the alliance, and Athens regained control of the ocean.

 

6. Alexander the Great of Macedonia;


Macedonia was gathering strength in the north when Greece consumed a lot of national power in the Peloponnesian War.
Macedonia has long been lagging behind Greek development, but it has embraced the developed culture of Greek city states.

Philip II of Macedonia was once pawned to Thebes (one of the city state in Greece), but he learned faithfully about military strategy from Epaminondas, and later became able to effectively organize infantry and spear cavalry units.

Finally, he defeated the Allied armies of Athens and Thebes in the Battle of
Khaironeia and tried to fight Persia by binding several city states in the form of a coalition.
But his ambition to bring down Persia failed by being assassinated in 336 BC.
But the world's order has changed greatly as 20-year-old Alexander, who was in charge of important responsibility in the infantry, succeeded his father's throne.

Alexander, a highly academically educated and ambitious man, tried to inherit the business his father pursued.
After restoring domestic order, he led 40,000 troops to Asia Minor in 334 B.C., aiming for Persia.
After a fierce battle with Persia, Alexander conquered Syria, Palestine and Egypt.

He declared himself a pharaoh and built a city in Egypt called Alexandria.
He also defeated Darius III's army in Mesopotamia in 331 B.C., with ambition to take the crown of the Persian Empire.

Alexander also destroyed the Persian Palace in revenge for looting Acropolis 150 years ago.
The following year, Darius III was found stabbed to death by a Bactria man.

Alexander continued to advance to Uzbekistan, but his soldiers were tired of unreasonable expeditions, so he eventually had to return to Babylon in 324 B.C.
He settled in Babylonia and dreamed of conquering Arabia, but died at the age of 33 due to fever.

 

8. Rule of Rome;

After Alexander the Great created a huge empire in the east, the Romans began to invade Greece by expanding their power from the west.
B.C. In 168, Macedonia was defeated and Asia Minor was occupied, and most of Greece eventually passed to Rome.

In 31 B.C., Octavian became the first emperor of Rome in the Battle of the Sea, winning Antony and Cleopatra.
However, Greece, which became a province of the Roman Empire for the next 300 years, had an unprecedented era of peace called "Pax Romana".
Romans had sent their children to schools in Athens because they admired Greek art, literature and philosophy.

 

b) Culture, religion

The city of Greece, like other ancient countries, is centered on temples.
Acropolis is a hill in the middle of Athens, and there are several temples that are sacrificed to the gods of Olympus.
The temple has been devastated by war, theft, and earthquakes, and is now designated as a World Heritage Site and repair work is underway.

 

Acropolis

The temple on this hill was built from 500 BC. and at that time it was a sanctuary that was not accessible to the public.

Temple Parthenon

Partenon is the largest temple in Acropolis, which means 'the house of a virgin' and is for Athena, the guardian of Athens.

temple of erection

It is a temple named after Erictonius, the king of mythology in Athens, sacrificed to Athena, Poseidon, and Erictonius.

temple nike

It is a temple for Nike, the god of victory.

temple of jeuss

As a temple for the god of Zeus, there was a statue of Zeus made of gold and ivory in the temple at that time.

hadrias door

A.D. In 131, the Athenians built it to praise the Roman Emperor Hadrianus, who respected the Athenian civilization.


1Cor.10:20 Rather, that the things which the Gentiles sacrifice they sacrifice to demons and not to God, and I do not want you to have fellowship with demons.

The demon is a fallen angel and the ghost is a dead man's soul.
The gods that the Greeks believe are demons.

 

corinthian ceramics

corinthian column head

ivory dagger with golden patterns

 golden ring

marble sphinx 

the king's golden dead mask

golden-horned bull head

asclepius
A sacred snake on a cane.

 

The first line of the picture above is a cultural relic of Greece, and the second line is a religious symbol.
The presence of sphinxes, dead masks, bull heads, and sacred snakes suggests that they were influenced by Egypt and Mesopotamia, and they worshipped Satan.

 

delphi map

oracle

apollo god

delphi

delphi

apollo temple

apollo temple

ompharose

Snakes on the Pillars of the Platai Triangle

 

Delphi is the second most popular archaeological site in Greece after Acropolis in Athens.
The Greeks thought of Delphi as the center of the world, where the underground world and the world meet.
In mythology, Delphi is where Zeus meets two eagles released.

Zeus is a Satan, because he has betrayed the God, turned into a bull, and was served as the best god.
Poseidon the god of the sea, Hades the god of hell, and Apollo the god of bottomless pit are 3 commanders of Zeus.
Delphi is a place of worship for Apollo, the son of Zeus.

Oracle is a medium taking revelation from gods.
Delphi's oracle asks then Apollo(the demons) answers the problems about individual's life or politics.
For thousands of years, people believe that there is a magical miracle in Delphi, and one million visitors a year visit here.

As Delphi grew in fame, it grew into a place where Greek city states offered tribute.
Delphi was the religious center of Greece.
Revelation was conveyed through the mouth of Pythia, and their incomprehensible murmurs were craftily interpreted by the priests.

In the early days, Pythia was a young virgin.
But in later times, Pythia had to be a woman over 50 years old.
At the peak of the oracle, Pythia has increased to three.

Pythia drinks water from the Kassotis spring, and then sits on the sacred tripod of the Divinity after chewing the bay leaves.
There is an omphalos near her, and Pythia takes in steam from a nearby crack.
When she is in the midst of dreaming, she begins to speak and the words are written and interpreted by the priests.

 

 

4. Greek Mythology

Greek and Roman myths are almost similar and have only different names.
Zeus of Greece becomes the Jupiter of Rome, and Eulope of Greece becomes Venus of Rome.

a) The story of creation

Gaia, the goddess of the earth, Eros, the god of love, were born in the world of darkness and chaos.
Gaia gave birth to Uranus, the god of heaven.
Gaia and Uranus combined to produce one-eyed monsters with 100 arms, and Uranus lock them  in hell because he do not want to see them.
Gaia and Uranus again have six normal children, called Titan.

Gaia let the youngest of Titans, Chronos cuts Uranus' penis while Uranus is asleep  to save the monsters trapped in hell.
Cronos drove out powerless Uranus and became king of the gods, but he does not save monsters from hell.
Cronos is afraid of Gaia's curse, and eats as soon as children are born because they may betray.


b) the war between Titan and zeus

Gaia

baby Zeus

Zeus and Cronos

Poseidon

When Cronos eats his fifth child, his wife Leah lets the sixth baby grow to the nymph on Crete Island, and packs the stone in a blanket instead of the baby and eats it to Cronos.
The baby grows on goat milk and becomes Zeus, and Poseidon and Hades grow in the same way.
The Zeus brothers gather at Mount Olympus to fight the Titans, including the Chronos, along with Nike the god of victory, Via the god of power.

Zeus throws lightning with his weapon, Poseidon uses a trident, and Hades uses a helmet that makes him invisible.
The Olympus gods, who have been helped by the monsters of hell, finally win.
The Titans are locked in darkness, Zeus becomes king and occupies the sky, the sea is ruled by Poseidon, and the hell is ruled by Hades.


In ancient mythology, the best god always drives out the bad gods of heaven and takes the throne, which means that Satan, who has been criminalized in heaven, is rather a god of justice that kills the bad gods of heaven.
Zeus on the ground, Hades in the ground and Poseidon in the sea form the Trinity of Satan, and in fact, this is the place where the demons build the kingdom.

 

c) Creation of the Life and Box of Pandora

After the Olympus gods took power, Prometheus made the life by water and soil, and Epimetheus gave characteristics to make various animals.
Finally, Prometheus made a human following the shape of the gods, and when Ephemetheus ran out of gifts for humans, Prometheus stole fire from the sky despite the opposition of the gods.

When Prometheus told humans how to use fire, humans used fire to overcome the cold and create extensions to create civilization.
Zeus knows this and is very angry and punishes Prometheus by tying him to the rocks and the eagle pecking his liver.
Zeus made woman by water and soil, so Aphrodite gave her beauty, and Athena taught her sewing.

 

Prometheus eaten by eagles

Pandora Opening Box


The woman who was born so beautiful was named Pandora.
Zeus told Epimetheus to give Pandora to humans, but Epimetheus, who is charmed Pandora's beauty, makes her his wife.
Pandora lived happily in a beautiful and rich world, but gradually began to feel free.

So Zeus gives it as a gift, but she open the box with curiosity that I should never open it.
But pain, sadness, jealousy, desire, oldness, death, etc. flow out of the box, and it covers the whole world, which causes humans to fall.


This content is quite similar to Genesis, and as in the Bible, myths make people by making soil.
Also, in the Bible, as the angels before the flood judge made their wives for the beauty of a woman, in mythology, god makes them wives charmed the beauty of a woman.

Just as Eve is seduced by snakes and eats fruit of good and evil, and thus suffers old, death, sad,   in mythology, Pandora opens a box of curiosity and these things happen and people fall.
If there is a difference, in the Bible, the snake (Satan) deceived Eve and corrupted her, while in mythology, Pandora opens the box herself in curiosity.

 

d) Flood Judgement

Pandora opened the box and created sorrow, pain and disease in a rich and peaceful world.
People got evil and war against each other.
They did not worship the gods, and there were lies and distrust.
The disappointed gods decided to leave the earth and sweep humans with water.

Everyone drowned and died, and only Deukalion and Pura, who worshiped God, survived by fleeing to the top of Parnatsos Mountain.

When the water ran out, they came down, but everything was devastated and They did not know what to do.
However, as the gods instructed, they picked up the stone and threw it behind their backs, and a human being was created at the distance of the stone, creating a new civilization of mankind.


It is similar to the flood Judgement of the Bible that God destroyed by the flood due to human corruption and only one righteous family survives.

What I felt while watching Greek mythology is that it resembles Egyptian, Mesopotamian and Hindu myths and is similar to the Bible.
Greek mythology is a funny old story because there are many absurd contents such as 'Athena, a fully armed goddess, was born in Zeus' head' or 'Aphrodite was born in bubbles'.

Of course, Greek mythology is not true, but it is not a person's making up.
Just as the Bible was written with the inspiration of God, Greek mythology was written with the revelation of Satan.
The Greeks accepted Greek mythology as a fact, and built a temple to the people in mythology and even sacrificed it.

All ancient myths have similar plots and common purposes, so you can see that there is one author.
All the ancients except Jews were deceived by these Satanic lies and served Satan as a god.

 

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