Review

In the previous post I wrote about The Bull Of The European Union showing the link between the demon Zeus and the European Union.

Zeus in Greek mythology

According to Greek mythology, Zeus was born in Crete and was the chief of their gods aka demons.  Satan revealed himself to the  Greeks as

Zeus, the presiding deity of the universe, ruler of the skies and the earth…the god of all natural phenomena on the sky; the personification of the laws of nature; the ruler of the state; and … the father of gods and men.

Using his shield, the Aegis, Zeus could create all natural phenomena related to the air and the sky, such as storms, tempests, and intense darkness. At his command, mighty thunders would flash and lightnings would roll, wreaking havoc; or the skies would open to rejuvenate the earth with life-giving water.

As the personification of the operations of nature, he represented the grand laws of unchanging and harmonious order, by which both the natural and the spiritual world were governed. He was the god of regulated time as marked by the changing seasons and the regular succession of day and night, in contrast to what his father Cronus represented before him; absolute time, i.e. eternity(Greek Mythology.com)

The  Greeks also believed that Zeus overthrew his father, Cronus,  then drew lots with his brothers Poseidon  and Hades in order to decide who would succeed their father on the throne.  Zeus won the draw and became the supreme ruler of the gods, sic demons, as well as lord of the sky and rain (Greek Mythology.com).

The myth further stated that Poseidon was god/demon of the sea and protector of all aquatic features. He carried a trident, while Hades carried a pitchfork, both symbols being associated with witchcraft.

Greek myth about Zeus exposed by the Holy Scriptures

However, the Holy Scriptures of the True and Living God reveal that:

  •  Zeus is aka satan, the  Prince of the Power of the Air  (Ephesians 2: 2), who rebelled against his Creator and Father and who was thrown out of heaven.
  • Thus the demon lied to humans about his status as ruler of  all things (Ezekiel 28  and  Satan)
  • Hades or death accompanies Zeus, hence the reasons for the downfall of nations under his rule.
  • Jesus revealed to us that demons exert greater authority over humans when they form conglomerates, with the chief demon working with seven other demons that are more wicked than himself (Matthew 12: 45; Luke 11: 26).

Historically, the Greeks established altars, shrines and temples dedicated to the worship of these devils. Acts 17 gives a typical example.

Crete as a stronghold for demonic influences in the planet – its importance to satan

When the myth is examined in light of the scriptures, we see that Crete was a stronghold for the demon called Zeus, the place of power from which it ruled. Since Zeus was brought up on Crete according to the myth, we see that the island became a source for the penetration of demonic doctrines into Greece.

Crete is the fifth largest island in the Mediterranean and the largest of the islands forming part of modern Greece.  In ancient times, however, Crete was the home of the Minoan civilization, which was centered at Knossós and reached its peak in the 16th century BCE.  Although relatively small in size,  the island  played an important role in the revival of Greek civilization that began in the 9th century BCE. By the fifth century BCE, the Greeks were influenced by its  myths, legends, and laws (Bowman, 2015).

Under the influence of Alexander the Great, who founded the Greek Empire in the third century BCE  (330 BC – 63 BC),  the then world was  hellenized the world with the influence of Greek religion and culture (with emphasis on the syllable hell). A little yeast was therefore used to leaven the whole lump of nations with satanic influences.

The Greek Empire was the third great world Empire after that of the Babylonians.  God used dreams to reveal its rise to King Nebuchadnezzar in 604 BC (the second year of his reign) and to Prophet Daniel in 553 BC, (the third year of the reign of King Belshazzar).

King Nebuchadnezzar saw the Empire as a part of an image in which it represented the belly and thighs of brass; while Daniel saw the Empire represented as a rough goat. How humorous is that!

I am rather amused that while God sees Zeus as a rough goat, the demon compared itself to a bull, which was offered to God in sacrifices in Jewish worship. Think of the self deception of the kingdom of satan. Think of God’s intent for that devil – it will be and was destroyed by the Kingdom of Christ.

That rough goat was the demonic stronghold which overtook the Median – Persian Empire. Although it was swift, overpowering and furious, its reign fizzed out after 267 years, third in duration in comparison to the other two Empires of the era.  Alexander the Great was described as having a very furious temper which intensified in long warfare, showing that he took on the rough personality of the demon.

Greece needs to pay attention to a significant event related to the death of Alexander. The brilliant King died rather ignominiously  after several days of drinking binges. He had recently declared that he was a god and was being celebrated as one.  In other words, Greece will perish when it celebrates its gods.

Europa, Greek Euro coins and economic decline in Greece

Greece joined the EU in 2000 against the better judgment of the Union due to its many problems. Wallop, 2010 described the dismal financial state of the nation at the time of its entry into the European Union (EU). According to Archangel Michael, the EU inherited a colossal headache when Greece joined since the nation:

  • possessed colossal debts  and out of control inflation. 
  • was borrowing money to fund wages rather than reinvesting for economic growth.
  • had increased  public sector workers’ wages to nearly double over the last decade, while continuing to fund one of the most generous pension systems in the world.
  • experienced declining Government tax revenues due to tax evasion among the wealthy middle classes.

While Greece flounders economically, their god remains silent as citizens either protest, demonstrate in the streets or lose hope.

Rahn (2014) cited elements of Greek’s economic collapse:

  • Nominal gross domestic product was  about 28 percent lower than it was in 2000.
  • The official unemployment rate is 27.5 percent (as though the decimal point matters, given the poor quality of the data).
  • The unemployment rate for young people is about 60 percent.
  • increase in nonperforming loans.
  • 2.3 million households (82% of the population) owe debts to the Tax Office that they cannot service.
  • One-million households cannot pay their electricity bill in full.
  • 1.3 million people (43%) in the labor force are jobless.
  • gross mismanagement and policy incompetence by Government.

Greek economic decline follows a SEVEN YEAR CYCLE beginning in 2009

Greek economy began to decline in 2009, SEVEN years after it possibly issued its first EURO coins in 2002. Therefore, this seven year cycle means that Greece is in a Shemitah.  The year two thousand and fifteen (2015) marks the sixth year of a second seven year cycle which began in 2009. In God’s economic calendar, the sixth year would be one in which the land would produce enough to last for three years since the seventh year would be a Shemitah.

Greece is actually following the Seven Year cycle established by God since September 2015 would mark the beginning of another Shemitah. This tells us that the nation is under a curse and not a blessing since they ascribe their financial success to a demon whose purpose is to steal, kill and destroy.

God promised nations through Israel that curses would come on those who chose death rather than His way of life (Deuteronomy 28).

The root of the curse on Greece

As I read the literature, I was shocked to note that Greek Euro €1 and €2 coins bear images of the idols which Greece has historically worshiped. The euro came into existence on 1 January 1999, but became widely circulated in 2002. Folowing the pattern of Alexander who ended his mortal life by becoming a god, Greece entered into economic decline in 2009 because they gave glory to satan and not to their Creator in heaven, the Father of all spirits.

Greek euro currency which celebrates satan

The €1 and €2  coins depict a scene from a mosaic in Sparta (third century AD), showing Europa being abducted by the demon Zeus, who took the form of a bull. The lettering on the edge of the €2 coin bear the words EΛΛHNIKH ΔHMOKPATIA  or  Hellenic Republic.

Source: European Central Bank, 2015

What is the importance of currency?

According the European Union,

Currencies are the means by which wealth is stored, protected and exchanged between countries, organisations and individuals. A global currency, such as the euro, does this on a global scale. Since its introduction in 1999, it has firmly established itself as a major international currency, second only to the US dollar (European Commission, 2015).

Can the Greek economy recover?

Archangel Michael asked me this question on Saturday 5th September, 2015 @ 4. 51 p.m. EST as I wrote this post. He answered the question with the response, “the answer is yes, the answers are in scriptures – Deuteronomy 28.” These are the blessings promised by the Father to nations and people who would worship God rather than devils.

Related

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Alexander the Great

Satan in the Holy Scripture

Satan – the spirit of Tyrus

Alexander the Great: King of Macedonia

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Greece Shows How Far an Economy Can Fall

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