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Babylon the Great (23 of 40) - Greece

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Uploaded on Apr 18, 2010

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Music by Cantoma and Maria Padadopoulou

In case anyone is wondering why Athens is the only city included in the video, and what all the references to Dan are about, I want to make sure that no one else gets the credit for the Danaans' destruction of Troy in antiquity, and implicitly point out the reason for it, which is that Danaans/Greeks were on the "good" side of this conflict, contrary to the very long and well-established Roman tradition which portrays them as vile and belligerent. This notion only has its origin in Homer who, unlike contemporary students and scholars, properly distinguished between the Achaeans or Argives who were the heroes of the Greek side, and the Mycenaeans who were much more closely related to the Phoenicians and Minoans than the Achaeans. The reason mainstream opinion sides with the Trojans against the Greeks (evidenced by every generation of Hollywood portrayals) is that the Greeks were led by the Mycenaean king Agamemnon, but even after his brother Menelaus came to rule Sparta (at this time an Argive settlement) the Spartans were still regarded as noble and virtuous. Most of the significant cities of Greece (including Sparta) have nothing to do with the globalization agenda because they were originally built by the Danaans or the Dorians who took their place. The exceptions are the Athenian states and those which ultimately came under the jurisdiction of Athens prior to the Peloponnesian War--what may be called the Delian League--and also the Phoenician/Mycenaean-built city of Thebes which was utterly razed by Alexander the Great (a Danaan by descent) in 335 BC--along with its colonies and allies, which may be called the Boeotian League. The League of Corinth represents Macedon and its allies after the Greco-Persian Wars, but only after the Kingdom of Macedon conquered and incorporated the Greek states into itself. Notice also that Sparta was not part of the League of Corinth and continually resisted the Athenian and Macedonian-led Hellenes represented in the vision of Daniel chapter 2. By the time of Homer the Hellenic influence over Greece was already very strong, but the Danaans were still distinct and powerful enough to be idealized as the true founders of Greek culture as well as the archetype of strength, wit and beauty. The Iliad itself is named for Achilles' feud with the impious Agamemnon. Achilles was a Danite from Thessaly; Agamemnon was a Mycenaean directly descended from the proverbially evil Phrygian Tantalus. Tantalus was undoubtedly a practitioner of the Molekh rites (which included infanticide and cannabalism) which all the Greeks abhorred, and the Thebes of Cadmus was likewise notorious in its own day for its homosexuality, pederasty, and various other sins as described by the Athenian playwrights.

e.g. The Theban king Laius raped the Peloponnesian boy Chryssipus, who was the grandson of Tantalus and the half-brother of Agamemnon's father Atreus, for which the city was punished by the gods. Laius' son Oedipus went on to murder him and take his own mother as his queen and bride, hence the term "Oedipal love." This is what led to the arrival of Atreus in Mycenae, and to the tragic stories of Antigone and the Seven Against Thebes. This should not be forgotten when judgments are rendered against the Greeks in their war with the Trojans (as Agamemnon and the other Mycenaeans were also Anatolians, and Agamemnon notoriously sacrificed his own daughter to the gods) and for other sins (such as pederasty) which came from the Babylon-inspired Phoenicians in Greece.

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Also, the Oracle of Apollo at Delphi was part of Locris, an Athenian territory. Delphi was also the home of the Athena cult. The easiest way to determine whether a locality was populated by the Danaans or by the Hellenes is by determining which god or gods were worshiped there, or what the mother-city of any particular colony may be. (Zeus was originally worshiped by the Israelites in Greece as Dis Pater, or YHWH, before the worship became corrupted.) Byzantium was founded upon the advice of the Oracle in 666 BC by colonists from Megara, an Athenian state in Attica. Considering the significance of the colony, the date, and its location, and the influence of the Oracle in the selection of other cities' locations and many other events throughout Greece's history, it should not be ruled out that the Oracle of Apollo and the Sibylline Oracles were legitimate bridges between the netherworld and our own, and that, by consequence, the pope and the college of cardinals are likewise being directed by otherworldly entities. This is acknowledged in the highest circles of Masonic and Luciferian societies, and even hinted at by the leaders of Masonry.

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