In part 17, as Athens was rebuilt after being sacked and burnt by Xerxes of the new Persian/Achaemenid Empire, we saw the rebirth of theatres as a mind-control tool of the ‘elites’ using the script of duality/division (comedy and tragedy) and trauma (blood sacrifice.)
The rise of the theatrical performances was followed by the transformation of the earlier ‘oil and sweat’ rituals into different sports and competitions were the audience received free grain-based slave-food, as in a new ‘Bread and Games’ mind-control tool to keep the population distracted and entertained. This concept was copied by the Romans and later referred to as ‘Bread and Circuses.’
We also saw the construction of the Parthenon and the Odeon, buildings used for singing, musical shows, and poetry/singing competitions (also later copied by the Romans.)
At the end of the 4th century BC, the Peloponnesian War shifted the power from Athens to Sparta. Meanwhile, the Aryan Hittites, together with the Etruscans from Lydia (Turkey) moved to Italy and considered themselves as the true descendants of the warlike El (Saturn,) the true Quain/Cain bloodline. On seven hills, aligned with the Pleiades, they built seven separate settlements that would later come together and become the city of Rome, the early Roman Empire. It was the city of Saturn. At the foot of Capitoline Hill, they built the Temple of Saturn, and within the temple they built the Aerarium Saturni, their sacred treasury and bank.
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 and expanded upon on notes from articles at allreligionsareone.org, which is the site who has come closest to the truth of our history.
In Macedonia (the northeastern part of the Greek peninsula,) the Argead dynasty, also known as the Temenid dynasty, was an ancient Macedonian royal house of Dorian Greek origin that slowly rose to power around 700 BC. The founder of the dynasty was King Caranus, however, it was under Philip II of Macedon (382-226 BC) that the Macedonian territories were greatly enlarged.
Before the 4th century BC, Macedonia was a small kingdom outside of the Greek area dominated by the great city-states of Athens, Sparta and Thebes. During the reign of Philip II (359–336 BC), Macedonia subdued mainland Greece and the Thracian Odrysian kingdom through conquest and diplomacy.
Around 356 BC, King Philip II and his fourth wife, Olympias (daughter of Neoptolemus I, king of Epirus,) had a son together who they named Alexander III after Philip’s murdered brother. At the age of 20, in 336 BC, Alexander III succeeded his father Philip II to the throne. Because Olympias was said to have been pregnant before the marriage of Philip II, some Greek legends say that Alexander’s real father was Zeus, and that as a result, Alexander III was said to have been possessed by the King of the Gods, by Zeus, as in Enlil or Ammon.
During his young years, he was educated by Aristotle, the Greek philosopher and polymath, and chosen to lead and expand the Greek Macedonian empire.
Shortly after his assumption of kingship, he took control of Asia Minor (Turkey) and the city of Thebes. In ancient Turkey, at the Antioch House of the Evil Eye, he makes several sacrifices to the Gods to favor his future battles.
The ancient Canaanite-Phoenician city of Gebal/Gubal (in modern Lebanon) who had been continuously inhabited since 5000 BC, now becomes known as Byblos after being renamed by Alexander and his invading Greeks. It is believed that it was in ancient Byblos that the Phoenician alphabet, likely the ancestor of the Greek, Latin and all other Western alphabets, was developed.
A year later, in 334 BC, Alexander invaded the Achaemenid Persian Empire, which became his new stronghold, and from there he began a series of campaigns that lasted for 10 years.
After capturing Tyre in early 332 BC, Alexander III moves into Egypt, establishing his power in the territories previously ruled by the Persians. Here, on the north coast of Africa, he founded Alexandria, which would become the prosperous capital of the Ptolemaic Kingdom after his death.
During this time, he travels to Siwa, an oasis in the land of Lybia and the home of an oracle of the ancient Egyptian God Ammon/Amun. The sacred oasis with a river springing from inner Earth was known as the Oasis of Amun-Ra. Here Alexander III is told by the oracle that he indeed is the son of Ammon/Amun (Enlil.) Henceforth, Alexander was often referred to as the son of Zeus-Ammon. You could say that he was, from a young age, mind controlled to believe he was the new Lucifer, the son of God, the new war-hero Achilles, a belief that was reinforced by the words of the Oracle.
On coins, he was depicted with horns of a ram, the horns of Ammon, and the Arabs called him Dhu al-Qarnayn, “The Two-Horned One.”
Alexander III, also known as Alexander the Great, was widely considered to be one of history’s greatest and most successful military commanders, and during his lifetime he created one of the largest empires in history, stretching from Greece to Egypt, and to northwestern India.
In June of 323 BC, Alexander died after being poisoned in the palace of Nebuchadnezzar II, in Babylon, at age 33 (a Freemasonic reference, although some sources have changed this to 32.)
Alexander’s general Philip, also depicted as horned, becomes the new emperor of the Seleucid Empire with the new capital Seleucia, it would be the Hellenistic/Greek state in the Middle East from around 323 to 63 BC.
Around 300 BC, in the new Ptolemaic Egypt, ruled by Ptolemy I Soter, a Greek general and companion of Alexander III, made contact with emperor Ashoka in Inda, whose empire stretched from present-day Afghanistan in the west to present-day Bangladesh in the east. As a result, trade routes were established and new exotic foods and animals were shipped to Egypt and also to the Hellenic/Greek kingdoms.
The conquest of Egypt by Alexander the Great opened a new era for the Egyptian Isis-Osiris cult. In trying to find a religious cult that would unite both Egyptian and Hellenic (Greek) subjects, Ptolemy I Soter crafted the Isis cult, which would later be introduced into Greco-Roman society.
Osiris was renamed to Serapis and identified with a variety of Egyptian and Hellenic gods (Osiris, Apis, Dionysus, Hades.) Serapis/Osiris became a god of healing and the underworld. Isis was identified with Hellenic deities such as Demeter or Aphrodite. Isis became the protector of family and newborns (and especially women,) the goddess of fertility and good fortune, and the goddess whose magic could cheat fate and death. Backed by the Ptolemaic regime, the new cult spread throughout the Hellenistic/Greek Kingdoms (and later to Italy, the Roman Empire.)
Later in the city of Alexandria, after the death of Alexander III, around 284 BC, The Pharos lighthouse, also known as the Lighthouse of Alexandria, was built by Ptolemy II Philadelphus. Standing more than 330 feet (again 33 as with the Freemasons,) it was symbolic of a golden phallus, and as a lighthouse, a bringer of light. Its foundation was built as an octagonal platform (Saturn) on top of a square (Jupiter.) You could also describe it as a recreation of the white Jachin pillar (from Solomon’s Temple) as depicted on the High Priestess tarot card, as in Athena and Hermes, placed in the middle of 4 corners. The Greek god Hermes presided over eloquence and the goddess Athena over crafts and the sciences, and they were often fused as one (Hermathena, like masonry, as in Freemasonry.)
When the Pharos lighthouse was in use, the top mirror reflected the sun during day, and at night the fire of Saturn/Satan was lit as a light in the sky, as a black sun. As it was placed at the coast line, the Masons who built it used the interlocked stone building technique to withstand the waves.
At the height the Ptolemaic Egypt’s power, the successor Ptolemy II Philadelphus staged a huge procession of the new Indian exotic animals grouped and walking in pairs, recreating the myth of Noah, in honor of the new Dionysus-Osiris, a deity that rose from the syncretism of the Egyptian god Osiris and the Greek god Dionysus.
In Rome, due to the new influence of the Cult of Isis, priests had to be Egyptian and shave their heads. On a specific date, the priests of Rome travelled to the sea with a golden urn to take water. The water was then mixed with a lump of earth and shaped in the form of a crescent moon, representing Osiris being reborn by Isis. On March 5th, Navigium Isidis, an annual ancient Roman religious festival was held in honor of Isis and to her protection of seafarers. An elaborate procession of priests and devotees carried a model ship from the local Isis temple to the sea or to a nearby river.
Between 300 and 200 BC, parts of the Gauls/Galli, a group of Celtic people of mainland Europe, settled in France and became known as the Parisii. They established the cult of Isis at the site of Parisius. They aligned their settlements with the constellation Virgo. The settlements turned into the city of Paris, from Paradise, as in Elysium, the Elysian Fields of immortality, as in 4D, the realm of the Gods/Overlords, and with the Champs-Élysées, the 1.9 kilometers long and 70 meters wide avenue aligned with the meridian of the mother Isis energy vortex, ending in Barcelona.
In 280 BC, The Colossus of Rhodes was erected in the city of Rhodes. It was a bronze statue of the Greek sun-God Helios (Lucifer.) It was built to honor Helios/Lucifer for the victory over Demetrius Poliorcetes, “The Besieger,” the king of Macedon’s one-year long siege of Rhodes.
In 246 BC, the construction of the mausoleum of the Terracotta Army began. It was a collection of terracotta sculptures depicting the armies of Qin Shi Huang, the first emperor of China who came from a reptilian and Nephilim bloodline.
The terracotta figures were all life-sized, typically ranging from 175 cm (5.74 ft) to about 200 cm (6.6 ft) (the officers are typically taller,) equipped with armors and weapons. The features showed long ears and heavy brow ridges. High levels of mercury were found in the soil of the tomb mound, symbolic of the use of mercury by elite families as a weapon to contaminate the environment and undermine the spiritual faculties of the population, that of mind-control, a split mind, and delusions.
Around 204 BC, the Antikythera mechanism is constructed by the Greeks. It was a hand-powered orrery, described as the oldest known example of an analogue computer. It was used to predict astronomical positions and eclipses decades in advance.