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Greek, Norse, Middle Eastern 'gods'

PostPosted: Mon Dec 26, 2016 10:39 am
by NicoChristian
To start off I'm not sure if this has been discussed anywhere else, but it's been something I've been wondering for a while. Were all the Greek, Norse and Middle Eastern legends about their 'gods' true in the sense that their gods were in fact fallen angels at some point in pre-deluvian history? Some of the Greek myths seem to mirror Enoch, for example Zeus impregnating a human woman and Hercules being a mighty man, or Perseus being half-human half-god. I always thought of these pagan religions as nonsense and the pagans themselves don't really seem to believe in them. But if these gods were simply fallen angels that would make the myths true despite it still being a form of devil worship. I need a bit of enlightenment on the topic as I've never seen or read a book on the subject and I'm not sure if it's been alluded to on Christogenea yet; despite me reading many of the articles already. I appreciate your time on this.

Re: Greek, Norse, Middle Eastern 'gods'

PostPosted: Mon Dec 26, 2016 11:58 am
by Staropramen
The bible is the deliverance of the truth to a particular family from one race created by Yahweh. It tells the story from the beginning of that race. It would stand to reason that members of that race would have beliefs along the way similar to the later revelations because it's the very race described in said revelations. The ancient pagan beliefs of our race were embellishments upon a truth that lost something little by little from generation to generation. I would venture to guess that when Whites came into contact with non-Whites these embellishments and distortions were at least in part the result of outside influences i.e. embodied fallen angels/these other races.

Liars try to claim that the similarities between the true revelation and earlier paganism prove that the revelation is in fact the embellished copy of the earlier "true" religion[s]. To them the revelation is the pollution and they attribute the infection to jews.

This is how I understand this.

Re: Greek, Norse, Middle Eastern 'gods'

PostPosted: Mon Dec 26, 2016 12:53 pm
by Teutonic
I see the similarites between the pagan religions of our race and the Old Testament as a struggle to return to our faith, the tales of Norse, Greek and Roman mythology as echoes of our Biblical heritage. The little remembrance our ancestors retained was transfigured into a new, albeit alien, religion.

The concepts of good and bad 'angels,' a heaven and a hell, the material vs the immaterial, destiny vs individual choice, etc; all of which were elements of pagan religions struggling to get back to the one true Aryan faith.

Re: Greek, Norse, Middle Eastern 'gods'

PostPosted: Tue Dec 27, 2016 9:30 am
by Ben88
I think this is touched on slightly in pragmatic genesis concering The Flood and the nephilim. And other literature that mentions the giants.