Greek: Δίας, Latin: Iuppiter, Greek, Ancient: Ζεύς, also Known As: “Zevs”, “Dhias”, “Jupiter”, “Jove”, “Dyaus Pitar”, “”father of men””, “Dios del olimpo” and Misraim, Mizraim, and Osiris! Birthdate: estimated around 2200 BC. Birthplace: “birth_location” Mt Othrys Died February 1414 buried in the isle of Crete. Cause of death: torn to pieces by Titans at Hera’s bidding, reincarnated through Dionysis, OR.., as Osiris, murdered and cut in pieces by his brother and pieces collected and “resurrected” by his wife Isis. Family: Son of Ham or Cronos and Ham’s sister Rhea Husband of Hera, Dione, Aphrodite, Aega goddess rock. Hestia – – Vesta and 1 other Ex-husband of Persephone.
Lover/Partner of Maia, Metis, Leto, Maia, Semele, Nymph African of Troy, Nymph Sithnid of Troy Protogeneia, Nemesi / Vendetta Divina Primordiale; Cassiopeia and 58 others.
Father of Perseus, Heracles, Ares, Hephaestos, Hermes, Apollo, Athena, Artemis, Dionysus, Hebe, Eileithiya, Enyo, Ens, Iarbas of Troy; Megarus of Troy; Castore dei Dioscuri degli Olimpici / di Sparta; Aegipan; Atymnius of Troy, and 166 others.
Brother of Hera; Demeter; Veritas; Hestia-Vesta; Poseidon and one other half brother of Kheiron Chiron, or as Mizraim, brother of Chna Kanaan, Put, and Kush.
by Jonathan Gray • February 19, 2014 • 8 Comments — 99 views
MYSTERIES…Would YOU like to solve this one? Stonehenge… WHAT is its special secret? And the Great Pyramid. Are you ready for a treat today?
DID YOU KNOW?…
FACT 1: A 360-DAY YEAR AT FIRST
The ancient calendars had a 360 day year. That’s why the earth was divided into 360 degrees. The ancient Chinese calendar was 360 days long. So was the Babylonian. And the Roman. And the Mayan. And the Indian. And the Egyptian. All had a year of 360 days. But later, every nation changed its calendar. This rearrangement of the calendars in antiquity has long been a puzzle to scholars. Why did ALL those ancient nations change their calendars from years of 360 days to 365¼ days?
(Note the earth is like a gyroscope in space, axis wobbling while it spins, rotating around the sun.)
Geometry means earth measure, the ancient term used centuries before the Greek Eratosthenes “first measured the earth,” who but in reality measured it rather crudely, to only 5% accuracy, having simultaneously (by hour glasses) measured shadows at two locations in Egypt to calculate the distance between them, and so, the earth’s circumference was roughly extrapolated there from, having known the earth is a sphere.
So WHO must have measured the globe much more accurately long before the time of Eratosthenes, to have equated the angles and forms of triangles relating to spheres to the true size of the earth, necessarily by much more accurate time measurement?
any are familiar with Talk.Origins, counted among the top pro-evolution sites on the Internet. Most of the people running it are ostensibly atheistic. Many had a Christian upbringing and are using evolution as a pseudo-intellectual justification for their apostasy. But they realise that rank atheism is repugnant to many, so they publish articles claiming that you can believe in God and evolution. It’s quite a sight to see people, known personally to us as rabidly hostile to Christianity, yet who are eager to assure inquirers that many Christians accept evolution. It reminds me of Lenin’s strategy of cultivating useful idiots in the West, who were too gullible to realise that they were undermining their own foundations. See also The Skeptics and their Churchian Allies In one sense, it’s good to see articles like that by Mark Isaak, where the author displays his contempt for Scripture [and I don’t simply mean questioning biblical literalism, but direct mocking attacks against the Christian belief that the Bible is the inerrant written Word of God that “cannot be broken” as Christ Himself believed (John 10:35)], yet feigns concern that “a global flood makes the whole Bible less credible.” How do police investigators normally treat statements by witnesses who are blatantly dishonest?
The serious and objective student of this topic would definitely find it worthwhile purchasing John Woodmorappe’s book Noah’s Ark: A Feasibility Study, which answers most of the other objections. Isaak has supposedly “updated” his article to give the impression that he has responded to Woodmorappe. But it’s interesting to compare the two, and see that Isaak has hardly read Woodmorappe, who had more scholarship on each page than Isaak had in his whole article. Continue reading Problems with a Global Flood? (We haven’t heard of any!)→
Characters, Origins, Identities, Exploits & Legends of Early Patriarchs on Post Flood Earth! GOING WHERE THE EVIDENCE LEADS US!