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Meet The Greek gods: Uranus

Meet The Greek gods: Uranus

Greek god Uranus Mythology A biblical perspective artwork Aion MosiacUranus: Meet The Greek gods is part of our ongoing series looking at the impact of mythology on our culture. We will contrast the pantheon of Greek gods of the occult that pagans still pray to and the clues the bible gives the Christian as to the true nature of these gods.  From the Tower of Babel & Nimrod we can see the early corruption of the gospel message given to Adam & Eve and the telling of Yahweh Gods plan He placed in the stars (Mazzaroth).

Long before men perverted the message of the constellations and established ancient idolatry, God named the stars and set them in the heavens for signs:

“And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years” (Genesis 1:14).

Uranus, the First Ruler of the Universe. Uranus was the first ruler of the Universe, the father of the main Titans and the Sky god.   (more…)

Pagan Origins of Days & Months Listed

Pagan Origins of Days & Months Listed

Pagan origins of days monthsLong before men perverted the message of the constellations and established ancient idolatry, God named the stars and set them in the heavens for signs:

“And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years” (Genesis 1:14).

Dr. Adam Clarke says of the ancient Egyptians, “They held the stars to be symbols of sacred things.” It is well known that “astronomy was the soul of the Egyptian religious system. The same is equally true of the Chaldeans and Assyrians.” (more…)

Meet The Greek gods: Theogony

Meet The Greek gods: Theogony

Theogony Greek Creation Myths Pagan originsThe ancient Greek mankind, trying to explain certain metaphysical phenomena and anxieties, invented amazing myths concerning the Cosmogony (the creation of the World) and the Theogony (the birth of the Gods).

Thus, the ancient Greek people created their own splendid, yet human-like world of gods, justifying the various abstract significances like Love, Birth or Death.

The origins of the gods of ancient Greek religion are described in the Theogony, the famous poem which was composed by the Greek writer Hesiod around 700 BC, and the Library of Apollodorus. (more…)

Meet The Greek gods: Gaea Mother Earth

Meet The Greek gods: Gaea Mother Earth

Mother Goddess EarthAnyone who has studied the global environmental movement has no doubt heard the term “Gaia”. Gaia is a revival of Paganism that rejects Christianity, considers Christianity its biggest enemy, and views the Christian faith as its only obstacle to a global religion centered on Gaia worship and the uniting of all life forms around the goddess of “Mother Earth”. A cunning mixture of science, paganism, eastern mysticism, and feminism have made this pagan cult a growing threat to the Christian Church. Gaia worship is at the very heart of today’s environmental policy. (more…)

Meet The Greek gods of Mythology: Poseidon

Meet The Greek gods of Mythology: Poseidon

Poseidon god of SeaPart of our profiles on the origins of false gods.  The Twelve Olympians are embedded in our history and still have great influence in our culture today!

POSEIDON (puh-SYE-dun or poh-SYE-dun; Roman name Neptune) was the god of the sea, earthquakes and horses. Although he was officially one of the supreme gods of Mount Olympus, he spent most of his time in his watery domain.

Poseidon was brother to Zeus and Hades. These three gods divided up creation. Zeus was ruler of the sky, Hades had dominion of the Underworld and Poseidon was given all water, both fresh and salt. (more…)

Meet The Greek gods of Mythology: Zeus

Meet The Greek gods of Mythology: Zeus

Zeus Nephilim MythologyPart of our profiles on the origins of false gods.  The Twelve Olympians are codified in our history and still have great influence in our culture today!

Family of Zeus

Parents: Zeus was the last child of the Titans Cronus and Rhea.
Siblings: Zeus had five older siblings. Two brothers (PoseidonHades), and three sisters (HestiaHeraDemeter).
Wife: Zeus married his own sister Hera, the goddess of marriage and monogamy, but was giving her plenty of reasons to be jealous, since Zeus was renowned of his numerous love affairs. As a result, Zeus fathered plenty of children. (more…)

The First Greek gods: Chaos

The First Greek gods: Chaos

Greek gods χάος Magnum Chaos

The First Greek gods: Chaos

According to the Hesiod’s Theogony (around 700 BC), in the beginning there was Chaos as a primeval state of existence. Chaos was the primal emptiness- a dark, silent, formless and infinite oddity with no trace of life.

Out of Chaos, Mother Earth Gaea first came to existence. Full of life and power, Gaea created high mountains, low lands, rivers, lakes and seas. Soon Chaos created Tartarus, the embodiment of the Underworld who built his home deep below the World of Gaea. Gaea and Tartarus united and created Typhoeus (Typhoon), an appalling, fire breathing dragon with hundred heads. (more…)

Mythology And The Nephilim

Mythology And The Nephilim

Zeus Nephilim MythologyThis video traces the trail of foreign gods that were introduced to the Israelites in Egypt and still remain with us, all the way to the present day. They will play a major role in the coming deception as being portrayed as our creators and as an advanced alien race just as described in the movie Prometheus. They are of course fallen angelic beings and they wish to destroy mankind the end game is approaching.  A timeline of Mythology that many ancient cultures from Babylon to the present can be traced from the bible.  The Giants of the bible are codified in the Mystery Religions as a pantheon of gods.  See the origins and a short list of the names and symbols of the Twelve Olympians of Greek Mythology. (more…)

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