40TH CHRONICLE – GRACE ON THE GREEK GODDESS

Friday, November 18, 2011
[c] (See: 2ND CHRONICLE)
Frederick G. Celani, – Relater.

Grace began this conversation by saying that the prehistoric indo-european settlers of the greek peninsula brought with them Goddess myths from their original homelands in central asia. As greece developed literacy in the archaic period between  (800 – 400 B.C.) the greek settlers began to record the Goddess mythology in writing. The Goddess myths are found beginning with homers, the iliad and the odyssey, and the homeric hymns, as well as hesiod’s theogony and scores of ancient greek writings on interactions between COG’s and Goddesses.

The most famous of the greek Goddesses were Artemis, (Diana), the virgin Goddess of the hunt.

Athena, (Minerva) virgin Goddess of wisdom, war and city life. Athena was the protective Goddess of Athens. Athena is often depicted in full armor with a helmet and spear. It is Athena who gave the gift of the olive tree to athens. Additionally, Athena gave COG’s the plow, flute and loom.

Hera, (Juno) the Goddess of marriage and family.

Hestia, (Vesta) Goddess of fire and hearth. Hestia is the protector of the home, the household and the hearth.

Amphitrite, Goddess of the sea.

Bellona, Roman Goddess of war.

Chloris, (Flora) Goddess of flowers and fertility, she is the personification of spring and the west wind.

Enyo, Goddess of war and violence.

Eos, (aurora) Goddess of the dawn.

Eris, (Discordia) Goddess of strife.

Gaea, the earth Goddess.

Hebe, (Juventas) Goddess of youth.

Hecate, Goddess of night and darkness, also associated with sorcery.

Hera, Goddess of the rainbow.

Iris, the messenger Goddess.

Metis, Goddess of wisdom.

Nemesis, Goddess of vengeance, justice and retribution.

Nike, Goddess of victory.

Selene, Goddess of the moon.

Themis, Goddess of justice.

Tyche, (Fortuna) Goddess of fortune, fate and chance, often depicted with the wheel of fortune.

The 21 Goddesses listed above all have colorful historic significance that Grace would urge any Deus Vult follower to research. All of the Goddesses listed above as well as those contained in Chronicle 39, 41; 42; 43; and 44  will be set forth in much greater detail in the future when the Bliss fellowship seminars take place. In the meantime Grace urges all followers of Deus Vult, to exercise their free will and look into each of the Goddesses listed above to learn how it is the Mother Figure, which controlled all life on earth prior to the advent of the male oriented organized religion business, which erased woman from the psyche of all COG’s by violence and oppression of the true Mother Figure.

So say Grace.

Grace be with you.

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About Fred Celani

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