Pagan lies …. part 4

Pagan lies … part 4 In 2600, BCE, Horus is one of the most significant ancient Egyptian deities. He was worshipped from at least the late prehistoric Egypt until the Ptolemaic Kingdom and Roman Egypt. Horus is recorded in Egyptian hieroglyphs as ḥr.w "Falcon"; the pronunciation has been reconstructed as ħaːruw. Additional meanings are thought... Continue Reading →

Pagan lies …. part 3

Pagan lies part 3 Continuing in the discovery of The Theogony and the Greek gods, Hesiod writes “All of the sons of Earth and Heaven - who would become known as the Titans - were hated by their jealous father from the moment of their birth.” This may be the most accurate statement of the... Continue Reading →

Pagan lies … part 2

Pagan lies part 2 Much of what is known today concerning early Greek mythology comes from Hesiod's work and that other great Greek poet Homer. Collectively, their works would serve as a major influence on later Greek literature and drama, and Roman mythology, especially through the epic Metamorphoses by Ovid. Little is known of Hesiod’s... Continue Reading →

Pagan lies … Part 1

The pagan lies, Part 1 Hesiod writes Theogony in 700 BCE, “Prometheus (meaning "Forethought") was one of the ringleaders of the battle between the Titans and the Olympian gods led by Zeus to gain control of the heavens.” (1) The article goes on to say that Prometheus was credited for creating man out of clay,... Continue Reading →

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