When was Heracles Hercules first worshiped?

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A short study carried out jointly by Adrian Pablos & Fabian Massa.


Greek mythology

Greek mythology includes the myths [1] and legends [2] of the ancient Greeks. In these stories that relate to the following:
Your gods, demigods and heroes
Myths about the nature of the world
The origin and meaning of their own cult and ritual practices.
Hence, the religion formed the mythology of ancient Greece. Modern researchers twist the myths and study them in an attempt to shed light on the religious and political institutions of this culture and civilization, as well as better understanding the nature of their own creation myths
After in Chapter XXI a spatial and temporal cultures of Japhetites were established by tribes who came from Anatolia to conquer the Mediterranean and Europe, we can proceed to consider the ancient Greek worldview.
One of the sources of the myths is the theogony [3] Hesiod [4], which contains a version of the origin of the cosmos and the descendants of the gods of Greek mythology. (Ol VII Century VIII a) Hesiod's work is built from pre-existing poetic genres that were part of the oral tradition in Greece: cosmogonies [5], theogonies [6], genealogies [7] and myths of succession [8].
Hesiod Theogony says [9]: [second and third generation of the gods. End of the myth of succession. (V. 211-885)]
“After chaos, Gaea” the broad-chested “, the eternal foundation of the gods of Olympus, came into being. Of its own essence, “of course the pleasant trade [10]” took Uranus, the starry sky, like her, to cover them, the hills, and also Pontus, the fruitless depths of the sea. But according to Hesiod's account, Gaia lay with her son Uranus and father of the ocean titans, Ceo, Krios, Hyperion and Iapetus and Titanesses tea, Rhea, Themis, Mnemosyne, Phoebe of the golden crown and beautiful Tethys. “After she was born the Cronos wily, youngest and most terrible of her children, and he hated his lustful father. ‘”

Let's read a little more in depth verse by verse:
After chaos: According to this mythology, chaos is the original state of the universe, before any divine or human existence. COMPARISON WITH GEN.
Arose Gaea, “the broad-chested”, the eternal foundation of the gods of Olympus: it came, that is, through Motu proprio [11] without the intervention of our Lord, as in other mythologies, the first thing that is to remove God is the scene.
Of its own essence, “of course the pleasant trade”: that is, without the pleasant intercourse, another case, the self-generation, without anyone else.
Brought to Uranus: this is what gave birth.
The starry sky, like you, to cover them, and the hills are things created in human form (anthropomorphism) [12] Given for cover, to read, to take them sexually. The same case of “incest among the gods” of mythologies studied so far, which is systematically repeated also in their societies. The same goes for the mother (sky dome) covering Geb (earth) in Egyptian mythology or the sky covering a ki (earth) in Babylonian mythology. In these three cases "lid" is synonymous with ingestion sexually. Biblically there is a correlate:
“… And it was dark on the deep…” Genesis 1.2 Here was on the face of the deep corresponds to cover - wrap.
And also Pontus, the fruitless depths of the sea. Genesis 1.2 Primeval waters cover the whole earth, which was obviously unsuccessful: (? Vana) No fruit
But after that, Hesiod's account: Gea lay with her son Uranus and father of the ocean titans, Ceo, Krios, Hyperion and Iapetus and Titanesses tea, Rhea, Themis, Mnemosyne, Phoebe of the golden crown and beautiful Tethys. "After she was born the Cronos wily, youngest and most terrible of her children, and he hated his lustful father."
Here we can see how Gaea (earth) and Uranus (heaven) were born when they were really created to gods created things or beings:
Ocean: Literally "ocean", referring to the "World Ocean" which the Greeks and Romans thought it was a large river that surrounded the then known world.
Ceo: was the titan of intelligence
Krios: A Titan without a specific role
Hyperion: Hyperion is often called the god of observation
Iapetus Given the similarity of names and their myths, it is believed that Iapetus could be Japhet, son of Noah. The Indo-European scholars vehemently deny this equalization. According to Robert Graves [13]:
“The identification of Atlantis with fog explains why Atlas is sometimes described as the son of Iapetus and sometimes as the son of Poseidon, the patron saint of Greek sailors. Noah is Decalion (who survived the flood) and even in Greek mythology as Iapetus appears as Decalion's grandfather, this could simply mean that he was the predecessor of the same name [14] from the tribe that led the Greece Mesopotamian flood legend (search instead of the Atlantic [15]). The Sib Iapetus became one of the three children of Gaia and Uranus, along with Kronos and Titan, each taking up a third of the earth. Legends as in the Judeo-Christian writings ascribed this division into thirds to the three sons of Noah Ham, Sem and Japhet. ”
This would then be Iapetus Japhet (a man of flesh idolized by tradition) and in return their descendants, ancestors of all Indo-Europeans. It is a tradition in ancient cultures to link the genealogies of their patriarchs to their deities.
Hesiod theogony narrates the "story of the gods" in summary that it takes this form:
Gaia and Uranus had numerous offspring: Ocean, Ceo, Krios, Hyperion, Iapetus, Tee, Rhea, Themis, Mnemosyne, Phoebe, Tethys and Kronos.
Kronos castrated Uranus and assumed power through the marriage of his sister Rhea [16], Demeter, Hades, Hera, Hestia, Poseidon and Zeus were born to this union. Zeus rebelled against Cronus and the queen instead.
Kronos castrated Uranus This is a symbolism: becomes the god of time, Chronos and Celeste vaults Uranus, castration is a cut or opening: that is, in the course of time the vault was opened and the appearance of the atmosphere resulted. This is nothing more and nothing less than a distortion:
Genesis 1. RV95
6 And God said: Let there be a fortress between the waters, and she will divide the waters from the waters. 7 And God made the firmament divided the waters under the fort from which were water over the fort. And it was like that. 8 God called the festival "Heaven." And there was evening and there was morning: the second day.

Territorial Powers


After the fall of the titans the new pantheon [17] of gods and goddesses was confirmed. The most important Greek gods were the Olympians, who lived on Mount Olympus [18] under the eye of Zeus. That is, if the god Zeus had dominion over the territory, what is called a territorial body. The apostle Paul explains this in his letter to the Ephesians:

RV 60 Eph. 6.12
12 For we do not fight against flesh and blood, but against princes and powers, against the rulers of this dark world, against the spiritual powers of wickedness in high positions.
Paul teaches us that demonic armies are organized and, like any military force, have different levels of hierarchy. There are forces that decide an area. In Matthew 8:28, when Jesus and the disciples arrive at Gadara, the demonic legions ruled the region and were embodied in the “Possessed Gadarener”, going to meet them. When Jesus threw the man, these evil spirits beg him not to take him to this region to which Jesus had access because they assigned the area.
Just to give an example, in the book of Daniel (10.13) the angel who brings the vision to Daniel, was delayed because "The Prince (read spiritual power) of Persia gave him power."
The Greeks as the father of the gods Zeus and the mortal, becomes the god of heaven, rain, who wielded the terrible lightning as a weapon.
So says the word:
RV60 1 Co. 8: 5 For although it may be that the gods are called, whether in heaven or on earth (as there are many gods and many lords)
6 for us, but there is only one God, the Father, of whom all things are and for whom we are there, and one Lord, Jesus Christ, through whom all things are and we through him.
Nevertheless, every four years made the Olympics in honor of Zeus and his court. In the XXVIII edition of the Summer Olympics [19], which had as the headquarters of the city of Athens, from August 13th to August 29th 2004. For 17 days we celebrated the greatest sporting events and dear history, the gathering of delegates from 201 countries and more than 10,000 athletes (6,296 men and 4,329 women).
The Greek gods and their attraction to the daughters of men.
According to Greek mythology, Zeus, the highest territorial authority on Olympus, “made women whatever they wanted”, as Genesis 6.2 (Incubus) reads. According to Greek mythology, in the early days (Prediluvianos) gods and humans were romantically (i.e. sexually) linked in concrete, no longer after the Flood.
Such stories of sex between a god and a beautiful woman or the rape of a woman by a god (a clear parallel between "the sons of God took wives from the daughters of men in Genesis 6) were compiled by Ovid [20] in his book" The transformation".
The children of these unions are the "heroes", but usually these stories don't have a happy ending [21]. A clear example is the case of Heracles:
The story of Heracles - Hercules.

Famesio Hercules.
Hercules is perhaps the “hero” of the world par excellence, a member of the pantheon of Greek mythology. In addition to comics, TV series and Hollywood adventure films contributed to its popularity. Hercules is the name given by the Romans to Heracles, who could have given a real historical figure, ruler of the city of Tiryns around 1200. C.
Wikipedia says: Legend has it that Heracles was born in Thebes, north of the city of Athens, where they lived Alkmene and Amphitryon. It has also been legend that Zeus was conceived of 3 times the night he reached Heracles. It was a total solar eclipse at noon on February 19, 1286 BC that is the night in three. All occurred at 10:52 UTC as calculated by NASA. This would place the birth of Heracles in early November of the same year. There was a historical figure who ruled Tiryns (Argos) called Heracles while Eurystheus ruled the city of Mycenae [22], and since then Professor Lino Heracles can be inferred that setting the date Lino be teaching Heracles in 1264 ad C ( given by St. Jerome [23] in his chronicle) Death and deification of Heracles happened around 1226 AD C.
What happened to the people of God in the Holy Land:
The Israelites were introduced into Canaan by God in 1406 BC. BC (Book of Joshua 1). And since the 1209th C. to 1169 BC God's people were expelled by Deborah (Judges 4 and 5).
God says, referring to the princes and rulers:
Psalm 96
5 For all the gods of the peoples are idols, but the Lord made heaven.
Heracles [24] was, after Pausanias [25], the last child with mortal wives Zeus fathered in Greece. There are many stories about his life, the best known being the twelve labors of Heracles. Interestingly, the priests of the temple of Heracles are wearing female clothing.
In Genesis 6: 1 and 2 we can see how the angels (Jude explains 1.6) “who did not keep their dignity” did not sink into spiritual vices against nature, would take physical form and have sex with the daughters of men. From these relationships Giants were born (Gen. 6.4) Note that Greek mythology tells of Alcmene, mother of Heracles:
Wikipedia: In Greek mythology Alkmene Alkmene (ancient Greek, "power of the moon") was a mortal woman, daughter of the king of Mycenae Electrion and wife of Amphitryon. Heracles was the mother of Zeus, Zeus cheating on the appearance of her husband during his absence.
Recodemos for those who understand the “Sons of God were fallen angels (Genesis 6), the children resulting from the union of the Grigori and Nephilim women, men with unusual abilities.
Heracles was dedicated to Hera, “consort” of Zeus. In Greek mythology, Zeus is the leader of the Olympian gods, ruler of the mountain. Olympus [26]. From a biblical point of view, Zeus is a territorial demon, a ruler “ruler” from the other demons, a Governor of Darkness based on Olympus.

Heracles had serious behavior problems as we can see:
Adultery: Aca Larentia was a lover of Hercules. Tarutius was married to a wealthy merchant. In another version was the wife of Faustulus.
Filicidal: During his life, Heracles married three times. His first marriage was to Megara, whose children he murdered in a fit of madness. His second wife was Omphale, the Lydian queen or princess [27] who was sold into slavery. His third marriage was Deianira.
Homosexuals and transvestites: In his book Sex, historian Plutarch [28] states:
“Heracles” male lovers were so numerous that it was impossible to count them. Some of them were: Abdero; Admetus; Adonis; Corito; Elacatas; EUPHEMUS, Philoctetes and many more, too numerous to list ”[Wikipedia [29]]. Plutarch in his day male partner on his grave in Thebes to swear allegiance to him and one another.
To the Greeks is Heracles, Hercules to the Romans. Etruscan equivalent [30] was Hercle, a son of Tinia and Uni, and the Egyptian equivalent was Herishef. By Buddhist Greco [31], the symbolism heráclida was transferred to the Far East. An example of this has come up to modern times in the Nio guardian deities who are against the Japanese Buddhist temples.

Nio Guardian

Every culture has its own mythology, so develop its cosmogony [32]. The best known in our culture is Greek mythology. While every culture has its own mythology, by and large the philosophical principles are similar. "Myths of Origin" or "Creation Myths" represent an attempt to understand the universe in human terms and to explain the origin of the world.
Mythology was at the center of everyday life in ancient Greece. You need to understand that what we see in their culture as “mythology” they lived as “religion” [33]. The Greeks consider mythology to be part of its history. They used myth to explain natural phenomena, cultural, traditional enmities, and friendships. It was a source of pride to be able to follow leaders of one's lineage from a mythological hero or god.
Most of the gods have been associated with specific aspects of life. For example, Aphrodite was the goddess of love and beauty, Ares was the god of war, Hades was the dead, and Athena was the goddess of wisdom and courage.
Stories of supernatural beings in other cultures: "The Incubus and Succubus"
The purpose of this section is not to indoctrinate yourself on mythology or demonology, but to give basic information on how to understand these spiritual worlds. And as the facts show, Genesis 6.1-4 similarly repeated elsewhere. From this point of view, the “mythology” would be read that emerged from this reality and how these cultures “walked” in the format of “myths” in order to understand them.
These are the generic names given to these types of demons, depending on your sexual orientation:
Incubus is a male demon victim to women to have sex with them.
Succubus is the female counterpart, usually looking for male victims. They're less common.
In general, in most cases are incubi. In some cases, a female deity (female demon, succubus) is paired with a mortal human, as in the case of Aphrodite with Anchises Aeneas. (Virgil's Aeneid).
Most important cults Proto-Greek
During the time old gods “creators” (Gaia, Uranus) and the Titans are worshiped (Ocean, Ceo, Krios, Hyperion, Iapetus, Tee, Rhea, Themis, Mnemosyne, Phoebe, Tethys and Kronos.) And also the Olympian gods.
During the time of Classical Greece (V century to 380 BC) the worship of the ancient gods weakened, strengthened instead of worshiping the Olympian gods [34] under the command of Zeus [35] and his wife Hera. For this reason the cult during the classical period Gea turned in favor of other Olympic and goddesses Hera, Demeter, Artemis, (twin and wife of Apollo) and Athena (these goddesses differ whether the attributes of Gaia were shared). This period is beyond the scope of this study.
Pray to the Goddess Mother Earth, Gaia
Gea or Gaia is the goddess of the ancient Greek pantheons personifying the earth.
Wikipedia says [36]: “Some sources, such as anthropologists James Melloart, Marijas Gimbutas and Barbara Walker, claim that Gaia, like Mother Earth, is an evolution of the Great Goddess Mother of the pre-Indo-European [37], a goddess of life and is generous but terrible death who had been worshiped since the Neolithic Age in the Middle East, Anatolia and the sphere of influence of Aegean culture. ”
Titans (Titans: male and Titanesses: female) were a race of powerful gods who ruled during the legendary Golden Age: a time in the dawn of humanity that was perceived as an ideal state or utopia, when humanity was pure and immortal. Here you can score two parallels:
The Titans and the Grigory of Genesis 6
The Golden Age with perfect humanity before the “fall from man” in Genesis 3.
The titans were twelve were related to various important concepts, some of which were simply deducted from their names: sea and fertile earth, sun and moon, memory and natural law. The twelve first generation Titans were led by the youngest, Kronos, who overthrew his father, Uranus (‘Heaven’), after consulting his mother, Gaia (“Earth”).
“Later the Titans [38] brought forth a second generation, the children of Hyperion (helios - sun) Eos (dawn) and Selene (moon), Ceo daughters and sons of Iapetus: Prometheus, Epimetheus, Atlas and Menecio“.
Zeus then waged a war against the titans called the Olympian gods, who were defeated and imprisoned in Tartarus, the deepest region of the underworld.
Biblically there were two angelic uprisings that you can use to set a "parallelism":
The rebellion of Satan, explained in Ezekiel 19 and Isaiah 28: 11-14: 12-23, with reference to Revelation 12. All of these passages speak of Satan's rebellion that occurred before mankind, that is, before the 6th day [39] of creation, and ended with the defeat of the rebel angels from the army of heaven. Satan is cast on earth and found no more place for him in heaven (Revelation 12). In Greek mythology, however, the revolt against Uranus Kronos is successful, to the point that the decision to make Gaia (the earth).
The revolt of Grigori of Genesis 6, which, as Jude 6: “And the angels, who did not hold their first stand, but left their dwelling, he has reserved under the darkness in eternal chains for the judgment of the great day”. The phrase "eternal chains and dark" seems a good description of "Tartarus" where Zeus had captured the titans rebels.
Pontus (Pontos Gr, "sea") was an ancient sea god preolímpico, son of Gaia, the earth, and brother of Uranus.
Kronos Titan was the youngest. Overthrew Uranus and King in his stead. Kronos knew he was destined to be overthrown by one of his own sons when he defeated his father. Therefore, every time a child was born by his wife, Rhea can be devoured. When I was the sixth child, Zeus, Rhea Kronos tricked him with a stone instead of Zeus. When Zeus was higher, rebelled against his father and freed his siblings he was in the womb of Uranus.
You can establish a connection between Cronos (who devoured his children) and the Canaanite god Moloch and Kamos god (worshiped by the Moabites and the Ammonites) who were preferred to sacrifice newborn babies. The rite was common among peoples of the Middle East as: The Phoenicians, the Israelites [40], and the Punic. Babies were sacrificed from cremation (leading the children through the fire).
Uranus was an original god and represented the Celestial Vault. There were forms of worship. Furthermore, archeology and mythography [41] have shown that the source of Greek mythology (and also Egyptians, Canaanites, Indus Valley) is Babylonian mythology.
For example, the Greek god Adonis, symbolizing death and the annual renewal of vegetation and nature, of which was tied in the calendar. A native of Phenicia, the Adonis cult spread to all Mediterranean countries with several modifications, but its origin is in the Semitic Tammuz, who was a pastoral divinity and fertility of Babylon known as Baal in Canaan.
Aphrodite: A large part of the iconography [42] of Aphrodite, who in Greek mythology was the goddess of love, lust, beauty, prostitution and reproduction (love in the erotic sense [43]). Its counterpart is Astarte Canaanite, the Roman diosaVenus is the Sumerian Inanna. The origin of this is the Babylonian goddess Ishtar. The worship of these goddesses have in common sodomites.
Ishtar also originate from Turan's Etruscan mythology and has parallels to the Indo-European goddess of the dawn, such as Ushas or Aurora.
The goddess Eos: In Greek mythology, Eos is "The Rosy Fingers" as he called Homer, the deity of a bewitching beauty who flies through the sky to mark the arrival of the sun (herald then would become Aurora in Roman mythology). In the mythology of the Indus Valley (aria) the same goddess would deUshás name.
After the Dispersion of Babel, a branch of the Japhetite tribes occupied Anatolia (current Turkey). From there it took to the coasts and islands of the Aegean Sea in the 7th millennium BC. Colonized, the birth of a number of cultures that alternated in the domain of the entire region. They had a cultural base and common origin (Japhet), language, mythology, agricultural knowledge, seafaring tradition, the same technology to build their cities and their ships.
It is clear that the worldview of the ancient Greeks (like the Sumerian, Babylonian and Semitic, Canaanite and Egyptian views) is a "free version" of the story that comes to us through Genesis I.
In this chapter we examined how these people basically worshiped the same gods and goddesses, with slight variations, which is another indication of a common origin for all.
In this mythology repeats the myth of spiritual beings, the women take the children out of the ordinary, to the point that his fame has spread to this day.


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Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki
[1] A myth is a story that involves amazing events involving supernatural beings.
[2] The legends are stories that have supernatural elements and how real they are part of the worldview of the community where the legend originates. In the process of transmission through oral transmission legends often go through deletions, additions or changes, so that a number of variants.
[3] Theogony: Greek, literally origin of the gods.
[4] Hesiod Theogony PDF available free of charge in
[5] Cosmogony is a mythical tale that seeks to respond to the origin of the universe and humanity itself.
[6] Theogony: f. Origin or birth of the gods of paganism and history who is exposed. Spanish Dictionary © 2005 Espasa-Calpe.
[7] Genealogy (Gr. Genos, race, birth, descent, raise the Greek logos, science, study) is the investigation and monitoring of the origin and descent of a person or family.
[8] The myth of the estate includes, in a narrower sense, the lives of Uranus, Kronos and Zeus, the three consecutive occupants of the throne of the gods.
[9] The Complete Works in: http://enciclopedia.us.es/index.php/Teogon% C3% ADa
[10] That is, without a sexual act.
[11] himself.
[12] Paul in Romans 1 (The Romans are the "heirs" of Greek mythology who are syncretized) exhorts men to stop idolizing created things detrimental to the worship of the true Creator.
[13] Robert von Ranke Graves (UK June 24, 1895 - Deja December 7, 1985) was a British writer and scholar.
[14] A namesake is a name derived from a person and the designation of a person, place, concept or object of any kind. In this case it would be: “That means that the descendants of Japhet (the tribe is from Anatolia) the world the Greek legend. "
[15] This refers to the myth of Atlantis, a large island in the Atlantic. His people have the "bath" before the god Zeus, who together with the council of gods punished them with an earthquake that wiped out Atlantis.
Hence the title mother of the gods Rhea. This title is shared in Inanna, Ishtar, Astarte, Juno, Hera and Rhea.
[17] Pantheon is the set of all gods in a polytheistic religion.
[18] Olymp (Gr. “The light”) is the highest mountain in Greece, with a height of 2917 m.
[19] The official mascots were “Athena and Phoebus,” who are a pair of brothers, based on some ancient figures from the seventh century BC. While some people have considered these figures in terracotta were dolls, others think they are phallic figures intended for festivals in honor of the goddess Hera. While conducting the Games, the Greek Society of Friends of the Ancients, for the Preservation of Ancient Greek Culture, sued the Organizing Committee of the Games, for an amount of € 3 million, because they believed that the pets were an insult because of the Uses the name of two of the most important Greek gods. The committee, in response, said that pets represented "participation, camaraderie, equality, cooperation, fairness and all the major human values ​​of the Greeks". A few months before each Olympic Games run (the exact date will vary depending on the length of the drive to the Olympic Stadium), the flame will be lit in Olympia (city at the foot of Mt namesake), opposite the ruins of the Hera Temple, in a ceremony that To experience the process used in antiquity and which should ensure the purity of the flame: actresses who represent the priestesses of Hestia (goddess of the hearth) placed a flashlight in the cavity of a parabolic mirror that concentrates the sun's rays, like the old one , Light of the flame, which will mark the beginning of a further development of the games. Next, the call will be sent to an urn that will be broadcast on the site of the old stadium. The fire will be used to light the Olympic torch, carried by the athlete who will be making the first run of the trip, and to lead the flame along the route to the stadium where the game was made. If the flame goes out games will be abandoned by bad omen. As a preventive measure, a few days in front of a flame, with the same method that remains to be used when it is cloudy the day of the ceremony. The procedure is similar for the Winter Olympics. The symbol of the event was the laurel wreath, given its importance in ancient Greece and in its first Olympic Games, it won a crown similar to the three medalists of each test. Extract from Wikipedia.
[20] Publius Ovidius Naso (43 BC Rome to 17 AD) Roman poet. Author of The Art of Loving and Metamorphosis Verse Play that gathered the Greek mythological tales of the Latin culture of his time.
[21] See attachment cap. 10 the story of Hercules.
[22] In Mycenae of the second millennium BC BC Mycenae was one of the most important centers of Greek civilization, a military fortress that dominated much of southern Greece. The period of Greek history between 1600 and 1100. C. is called Mycenaean in recognition of the leadership of Mycenae. Note that the inhabitants of this period called themselves Achaeans and Greeks are Heroic.
[23] St. Jerome, Eusebius Hieronymus or by Jerome Estridón Estridón (born Estridón City, Dalmatia c.340 - Bethlehem 420) translated the Bible from Greek and Hebrew into Latin (the Latin Vulgate). He is considered one of the fathers of the church.
[24] Heracles: Gr glory Hera.
[25] Pausania's Century: History, Greek Traveler, and Geographer. Assumed that a native of Lydia (Asia Minor), traveled through Greece, Macedonia, Italy and parts of Asia and Africa.
[26] Mount Olympus (the “bright one”) is the highest mountain in Greece, with a height of 2925 meters.
[27] Lydia: On the Mediterranean coast of Turkey, opposite the island of Rhodes.
[28] Plutarch, Greek 46-120. He was a historian, essayist, biographer, and Greek. Plutarch was born in the Greek region of Boeotia, probably during the reign of the Roman Emperor Claudius. (Collected from Bernard Sergent in Homosexuality in Greek Mythology, Beacon Press, 1986.)
[29] Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki
[30] The Etruscans were a people of unknown origin from northern Italy who eventually entered the Roman Empire.
[31] El Greco Buddhism is the cultural syncretism between Greek culture and Buddhism that developed over 800 years in what is now the states of Afghanistan and Pakistan, from the fourth century BC. Chr. V
[32] Cosmogony: Edges. Philosophical theory, mythical and religious describes the formation and organization of the universe.
[33] In the same way it does not happen with Christians: if you read Moses 6 you also consider “Mythology Judeo - Christian”
[34] They were so named because they lived on the top of Mount Olympus [34] There are 12 main gods in Greek mythology, but then there were many minor gods and nymphs, satyrs, pastoral gods, family gods, etc.
[35] The Olympic Games (they are all sons of Zeus): Zeus, Hera, Poseidon, Ares, Hermes, Hephaestus, Aphrodite, Apollo and Artemis are always considered Olympians. Instead, Hestia, Demeter, Dionysus and Hades are the gods who complete the dozen variables.
[36] http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gea
[37] Pre-Indo: Before the Indo-Europeans.
[38] Wikipedia http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Titanes
[39] Day or Eon, depending on their interpretation, done in the long run.
[40] Cf. 1 Kings 11: 7, 11:33, 32:35 Jeremiah, Amos 5:26.
[41] Mythography: f. Literature and science investigating the origin and development of myths.
[42] Iconography: f. Representative study of images, photos and monuments. Collection of images or portraits related to an era or theme.
[43] For the Greek, sex with woman was only for procreation, while there was perfect love between men.

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