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Post  calebofall on Tue Apr 21, 2015 4:14 am

You know that I am a christian and sometimes speak in christianese but I know that Zeus exists too and knows his things. He is working mightily too, and the Olymp is shining, I think, although Zeus still has people that want to be his enemies. This is such a shame because Zeus is a mighty and glorious Spirit God that forgives easily and radiates a beauty that is hidden from so many evil or ignorant people's eyes. We can trust Zeus and his many brothers and sisters and children. In a time of struggle and beauty we can feel this easily if we trust in philosophy's sister: fantasy! There are so many Platons around who love Zeus' gift, philosophy. If we learn from persephone about fantasy we can come home easily. Or trust in Athene. As a christian I say this with earnesty, we have made huge mistakes in mistrusting this religion. Jesus must have felt crazy about this enmity that the early christians had for Zeus' religion. It is no problem to understand Jesus as a demigod too and maybe from such a position he could have had more loving influence about the children of Zeus who made the gladiator games that were not always pleasing to Zeus if they didn't understand that they should be games. Poseidon knew this, they stole his weapon and net and faked the real warrior's way!

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Post  Out of Phlegethon on Fri Jul 03, 2015 7:25 pm

This is utter nonsense. Jesus is no god, he is a eunuch. He has no place in the pantheon of Zeus.

Zeus gives us struggle, puts us in a difficult situation, so we can transform ourselves and transcend. He doesn't want us to treat our lives like worthless, whimsical constructions.

Thanks to the meek lovers of Christ, every Westerner thinks of a caricature of Zeus that is nothing but another spiteful dunghill mounted on the traditions of my ancestors.

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Post  Erodius on Sat Jul 04, 2015 1:10 pm

Out of Phlegethon wrote:
Thanks to the meek lovers of Christ, every Westerner thinks of a caricature of Zeus that is nothing but another spiteful dunghill mounted on the traditions of my ancestors.

Ita vero.

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-Iulianic Hymn to Apollon-Helios, ll. 65-106

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Post  Out of Phlegethon on Sat Jul 04, 2015 10:05 pm

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Post  Αγαμέμνων on Sat Jul 11, 2015 11:25 pm

calebofall wrote:It is no problem to understand Jesus as a demigod too and maybe from such a position he could have had more loving influence about the children of Zeus who made the gladiator games that were not always pleasing to Zeus if they didn't understand that they should be games. Poseidon knew this, they stole his weapon and net and faked the real warrior's way!

According to βυζαντινισμος theology, the Galilean is not a demigod but the λόγος incarnate: the essence of life. The Orthodox Church is steadfast in decrying the virtue of his sanctity. A demigod is typically the manifestation of a particular archetypal value. (Ε.g., Ηρακλής).

He is actually a renegade rabbi, Calebofall. You should disregard him.

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