World History, Humans and the Matrix Through the Lens of Legends – Part 15

In part 14 we reached the growth of the ancient Greek empire as a military power with Tribe of Dan, as the Aeolians, moving from Asia minor (present-day Turkey) to the region of Lacedaemon where they built the city of Sparta. With trauma-based mind-control and perverted rituals, they built an unrivalled military force. With heavy Egyptian influence, Saturn became Kronos, Atem became Zeus, Osiris became Dionysus, and Horus became Apollo.
Dionysus played an important role in many rituals, especially the cruel ‘sparagmos,’ where people were torn apart while being alive, and then to be eaten in the ritual of ‘omophagia.’
We also learned that fire was seen as a godly element, as it has been stolen from the gods and given to the humans by the Titan Prometheus, and was often used in rituals and ceremonies.

Keep in mind that this series connects events and people from legends, myths and religious texts to decipher history with some direction from texts by prominent ‘elite’ occultists, the beliefs recorded by secret societies, and it is based on notes from articles at, which is the site who has come closest to the truth of our history. With that repeated, let’s continue.

In Greece, Demeter, the goddess of agriculture, crops, food, and the fertility of the earth, was depicted as a mature woman, often wearing a crown, bearing a cornucopia (horn of plenty), and a torch.
In Babylonian culture, torches were used in rituals to guide ancestor spirits back to the underworld.

The cults of Demeter and Persephone held a yearly initiation ritual at the Panhellenic Sanctuary of Eleusis, referred to as the Eleusinian Mysteries, where they drank a mixture of honey, mint, barley and DMT, to try to access 4D, while worshipping Lucifer as Eileithyia, goddess of childbirth and midwifery. The hive-mind, mind-controlled priestesses lived a life secluded from men and were called ‘Melissae’ (meaning ‘bees,’ as in hive-mind, being keepers of the honey, mead beer and beeswax.)

In Greek mythology, the smith-God Hephaestus tried to rape Athena, but his semen fell on her thigh, and as she wiped it off with a scrap of wool and dropped it onto the earth, the earth gave birth to the future king Erichthonius, who was said to have been born half human, half serpent. He was adopted and raised by Athena. This myth is symbolic of semen from the underworld, as in Lucifer, the fallen, and the reptilians still being part of the culture and in positions of power. Erichthonius was associated with the constellation Auriga, and he was considered a legendary early ruler of ancient Athens. His son Tros was said to have been the King of Trojans.

Philosophy, first created in Egypt (teachings about immortality of the soul) is introduced in Greece and is defined as the study and discussion of metaphysics, the reasons of existence, reality and ethics.
The Greek scientists describe the basic substance of everything as Aether (spirit.) As their science and understanding of the world advance, the widening gap of real science and the uninitiated masses leads to the concept of the ‘mainstream,’ and knowledge become restricted to the mystery schools and the elite, while the public is only taught what is necessary mixed with lies and fiction, which is still practiced today as the main tool of control.
Lucifer/Venus, the divine feminine becomes Sophia, (wisdom), her initiates are philo-sophia, philosophers, lovers of wisdom. Philo-Sophia means love for Sophia (Greek word for Wisdom, a goddess in Gnosticism.) All Greek philosophers are initiated with the mystery teachings. The pineal gland is the philo-sopher’s stone.

Health-care centers are built for the elite based upon the ‘secret healing aspect of Apollo,’ and the dark rooms were equipped with hot tubs for sensory deprivation and astral projection, a kind of isolated ‘sleeping hall’ where Asclepius, the son of Apollo and the Greek God of Medicine, entered your dreams. Initiated masters of the arts wore the Phrygian hat, the red soft conical cap with the top pulled forward (later seen as a contemporary hat in the 18th century.)

In Egypt, Myrrh, a gum-resin extracted from thorny trees, was used for mummifying their dead and also as a psychoactive ingredient used in incense.
Incense was an important part in many rituals, and in ancient Greece, Myrrh was burnt and spread during the worship ceremonies of Adonis, the Greek god of beauty and desire.
Adonis was said to have been born out of the incestuous love Smyrna (Myrrha) entertained for her own father, the Syrian king Theias, as she slept with him for 12 nights without him knowing. When he became aware of her identity, he pursued her. The Olympians took pity on her and transformed her into a myrrh tree, which was one of the gifts the Magi gave baby Jesus in the Gospel of Matthew. Nine months later, a boar ran into the myrrh tree and cracked the bark with its tusk, giving birth to Adonis.
However, the mystery cult at Lesbos who worshipped Adonis claimed that he was born from the ‘virgin Myrrha,’ similar to the prophecy of Isaiah 7:14 and Virgin Mary giving birth to Jesus, the savior.

Greek prophetesses (female prophets) began looking at objects with a shiny surface until visions appeared. The practice began at a hill called Miracol, hence the word miracle.

The Greek called rocks that contained calcium phosphate for ‘tartar.’ In Greek mythology, ‘Tartarus’ is the deep abyss, a place of punishment where souls are judged, as in the underworld. They consider the north-east, the region of Russia, as the reign of Taurus, the place where a huge black meteor was said to have crashed and where shamanistic people lived (a people that would later be known as Tatars.) In Greek myths, King Phlegyas set fire to the temple of Delphi and was punished in Tartarus by being entombed in a rock, in a tartar.

The black sea is seen as the Anu, the primordial sea of blackness, linked to Tiamat (Thalassa,) the ancient Babylonian primordial goddess of the salt sea and the symbol of the chaos of primordial creation (at the beginning, there was only water.)

During this time when the Tribe of Dan rules Greece, around 700 BC to 310 BC, the Greek society is in the claws of a homosexual, pedophilic elite, who gather at the symposium – the part of a banquet that took place after the meal, when drinking for pleasure was accompanied by music, dancing, recitals, and conversation. Pederasty had its own patron saints, like Ganymede (the son of Tros who found favor with the god Zeus due to his exceptional beauty.)
Sexuality between man and woman was considered irrational among the elite. Women, as descendants from Eve/Pandora were considered something beautiful but evil, only necessary for breeding, an aspect of the Evil Eye, the seductive Venus. In Greek language as it developed, words express everything male as upwards, as white and shining and considered good, while everything female and earthly was seen as black, as bad.
Cities like Corinth/Korinth were known for their temple prostitution, where thousands of women prostituted themselves as the archetype of Aphrodite, making the owners of the temples very rich.
The Spartans throw their disabled, ugly, and not wanted babies (those born not having the golden ratio) in a black hole. They do the same with any enemy and criminal.

Young boys that are sacrificed at full moon are memorated by marble statuses called ‘Kouros,’ meaning “youth/boy, one of noble rank.” These statues are placed at the side of the road leading to the temples.
During full moon closest to the summer solstice, they performed sweat rituals covered in oil as early sport, as in iron-bar gymnastics and wrestling. This evolves into the Olympiad being held every fourth year, which was followed by the ’hecatomb,’ a large-scale sacrifice of 100 oxen or cattle.

In 626 BC, we see the rise of the Neo-Babylonian Empire, or the Second Babylonian Empire, historically known as the Chaldean Empire. It was the last polity ruled by monarchs who were native to Mesopotamia.
The Tuba district in Babylon (meaning ‘horn,’) with the temple devoted to Gula, the goddess of medicine and midwife, was named after the star Tuban (during that time the pole star,) between the big and small dipper, the tail of the constellation Draco.
They gave Venus, also known as the whore of Babylon, the nick-name Melitta.
Saturn was worshipped as Shabbatai Zevi on the Sabbath – the false messiah who succeeded in deluding thousands of Jews into believing that he was the long-awaited redeemer.
The moon was worshipped as Nanna/Sin, with Babylon as the moon city, the Sin City. The Babylonians worshipped Mars as the son of the Hittites’ storm god Teshub, as the warlike Marduk, from the myths the son of Enki, equipped with the evil eye of Ra.
Saturn/Satan had many epithets in the New-Babylonian culture: Baal-Hermon, Baal-Zebub (lord of the flies, as in decomposition,) Baal-Zephon (lord of the northern wind/void,) and Meri-Baal (lord of rebellion.) Marduk’s temple is called Esiglia. The priests of Baal partake in sacrifice rituals, consuming the raw flesh of their victims, becoming cannibals (canni-baals.)

In 622 BC, in Greece, the first Constitution of the Athens is written down, it represents the government of Athens, the laws of the Draco.

In Babylon, during this century, 700 BC to 600 BC, the seven clay tablets of ‘Enuma Elish,’ the Babylonian creation myth, was created. The collection describes the creation of the world, a battle between gods focused on the supremacy of Marduk, the creation of man destined for the service of the Mesopotamian deities, and it ends with a long passage praising Marduk – the national God/patron deity of the Babylonians.

In 586 BC, Nebuchadnezzar II, also known as Nebuchadnezzar the Great, the second king of the Neo-Babylonian Empire, plundered and destroyed the Temple of Solomon with the aid of the red-haired giants (the Hyksos, Esau and the Edomites, the ‘red ones’.) This led to the ‘Babylonian exile’ or the ‘Babylonian captivity,’ where thousands of Jews, especially priests, were taken to Babylon.

In Babylon, the Jewish priests, with Zerubbabel as leader, learned about Chaldean sorcery (later used in banking techniques,) astrology, the creation stories going back to Enki (Enuma Elish,) while also having access to the story of the flood. From this new knowledge and with bits from their own faith, they wrote The Book of Genesis, the first book of the Hebrew Bible and the Christian Old Testament.

To be continued in the next part.

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