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Sunday, February 14, 2016

The Greek Myth Continues Until The End
Unity Consciousness #586


For reasons explained elsewhere, the Geek Myth continues.

Some of the erroneous components of the Greek Myth are:
(1) Greeks designed philosophy, language, agriculture, math, architecture, spirituality, religion and all other sciences in order to develop a stable enough civilization to provide the free time in order to build the first per-neters (pyramids) on the planet.

Not true.

(2) Greeks developed and invented each of the above from scratch without assistance or influence from outside Europe.

Not true.

Sadly, sickly and non-progressively enough, Matt Lauer said on NBC that Greeks invented pyramids.

Not true.

The Greek language is not even a Greek language. It is a variation of an African language and so is English and Latin and many other so-called languages.

As Greece stands on myth, so also does the histories of many other nations.

The Greek Myth is fading fast due to emergences and crisis emergencies. Greece is a sign of things to come for much of the rest of the world. As Greece goes, so also will others who share the same weakly-built myth.

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