Dimosthenis Liakopoulos

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posted on Mar, 17 2007 @ 08:18 PM
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Considering the forum: ''Popular Alternative theorists'':

Dimosthenis Liakopoulos


Demosthenis Liakopoulos (Greek:Δημοσθένης Λιακόπουλος) is a controversial TV personality in Greece who can best be described as a national mysticist. Dimosthenis Liakopoulos has studied Physics in Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and claims to have made extended studies — albeit, apparently, on a personal and not academic level — in Astrophysics, World and Greek history, the paternal texts of the Orthodox faith and the evolution of military technology throughout the centuries. He has worked for 20 years as a High School physics teacher. He claims to have worked for NATO for several years


Mr. Liakopoulos is considered to be the most well-known celebrity with fame equal to those of politicians. He spreads his views wich are a mix of alternative theories and his own believes about Church and ethnical ideologies. Anyne can hear words about him in a daily level, a result of TV broadcasting 3 times the day(!). A tactic usually introduced by Joseph Goebbels...

Although his theories are far-fetched and his broadcatings and the ways for promoting alternative theories do not cope with a scientific approach, many believe his words...

Many catch fraces are used as well:
    ''Liakopoulos is correct in the end''

    ''The old saint said that too''

    ''Liakopoulos speaking''


His image:

In you tube you can find a severe critisism for his preachings...
As far as his theories yo can read 'em inside wikipedia files...

Does anyone knows more about him?
Anyone heard of him?



[edit on 17-3-2007 by Dragonlike]




posted on Apr, 4 2007 @ 09:48 AM
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Greek blog aggregation service administrator jailed, service censored


Antonis Tsipropoulos (Αντώνης Τσιπρόπουλος), the administrator of the Greek blog aggregating service blogme.gr, has been sued, arrested and jailed, because one of the linked RSS feeds on his site had satirical content. Although the service was unrelated in any way other than linking to the allegedly offending blog, the blogme.gr server was shut down and its hard drives were confiscated.


Although Tsipropoulos gave no clues to the identity of the plaintiff, the only satirical blog known to appear in blogme.gr lampooned televangelist and national mysticist Dimosthenis Liakopoulos. It is suspected that Liakopoulos is the plaintiff.



posted on Apr, 4 2007 @ 10:00 AM
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Hi Dragonlike!
About this guy ''Antonis Tsipropoulos (Αντώνης Τσιπρόπουλος)'' I went into a Greek web site..My greek is not as good as it was, but from what I did read and understand, is that this guy wants Greece to go back to the teachings of GODS and worship of nature .....
I may have understood wrong(please correct me, if I may have!)but he and quite a few people in this web site I visited, want Orthodoxy abolished and have wierd claims.
The Web site is Greek Religion

and, If you want to, you can maybe interpret what is said for others to get an idea if they are interested,.....
thanks.....

helen
EDIT....spelling mistakes.

[edit on 4/4/2007 by helen670]



posted on Apr, 4 2007 @ 10:11 AM
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Hey again.
So sorry....I actually went into the English version of who he is, and talk about misunderstanding my Greek!
The web site I went into, made a series of claims, but I did not read the whole passage and therefore cam to my own conclusion, which I should not have done so.
I even may have the book written in Greek by this Liakopoulos guy and I pretty much re read the whole thing a number of times......I should go look for it to be certain, but in his greek book, he mentions no alternative theories based on Pyramids and such......I know of Geron Paisios(RIP) as I have read his teachings on the prophecies regarding Revelation and other Saints of Orthodoxy.
So, I may after all be interested to come to know what you think or have understood about this Liakopoulos guy.....
Greatly appreciated if you can give me your opinion of the guy.....Since your Greek may be better then mine.
thanks,
helen



posted on Apr, 4 2007 @ 11:25 AM
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Originally posted by helen670
About this guy ''Antonis Tsipropoulos (Αντώνης Τσιπρόπουλος)'' I went into a Greek web site..My greek is not as good as it was, but from what I did read and understand, is that this guy wants Greece to go back to the teachings of GODS and worship of nature .....



Antonis Tsipropoulos (Αντώνης Τσιπρόπουλος), the administrator of the Greek blog aggregating service blogme.gr

Case Blogme


In October 2006 Liakopoulos was allegedly connected to the controversial arrest of Antonis Tsipropoulos, owner of the blog aggregation service blogme.gr. One of the RSS feeds of this service included links to, FunEL, a blog satirical of Liakopoulos . Although blogme.gr and Mr Tsipropoulos had nothing to do with the content of the aggregated blogs, Greek police arrested him, shut down his server and confiscated the hard disks. The event ironically coincided with the 2006 Internet Governance Forum, which was hosted in Greece at the same time.
Liakopoulos' name is not officially mentioned in the case (Mr. Tsipropoulos had chosen to not reveal the name of the plaintiff before the public trial), however FunEL seems to imply that Liakopoulos is responsible. This claim was also supported (although, without citing their sources) by some Greek journalist bloggers and by parts of the press.

Funel’s site is located Here
At the field of informatics (like youtube.com - putafile.com) videos are being housed with content of satyr in their server, while at the same time texts and pictures are provided by blogger.com.
“Criminal act” has been deemed for the webpage link funel.blogspot.com..., something odd world wide, since linking is not forbidden anywhere (by no law) in free countries.
(At 22/3/2007 Google search engine for Funel site in both Greek and worldwide net, appeared 358.000 results and 645 links to other websites)



posted on Apr, 4 2007 @ 11:45 AM
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Hey thanks, Dragonlike!

I had the name in my head, but copied and pasted the other guys name.
Thanks for clearing that up for me.
I actually dont know much about the guy, only from what others opinions of him are.....I do remember another forum talking of him, but many were in disagreement as to who he really represented, which in my opinion,most modern day prophets are just that!
Modern day prophets !
Although some of his theories are not anything new,he has but added more info with the 'signs of the times' which makes it a bonus to whoever has not really read old texts........
Modern day prophets shall come and go, as we ourselves, shall do so, one day when we leat expect it!
I think they have way too much time on their hands that could be put to better use .......thanks again for your time.
helen



posted on Apr, 4 2007 @ 11:50 AM
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Originally posted by helen670
I even may have the book written in Greek by this Liakopoulos guy and I pretty much re read the whole thing a number of times......I should go look for it to be certain, but in his greek book, he mentions no alternative theories based on Pyramids and such......I know of Geron Paisios(RIP) as I have read his teachings on the prophecies regarding Revelation and other Saints of Orthodoxy.


He selles a number of books from his publications (his page is located here, most of which are ''copy paste'' from the original english alternative theories, no alternatives from him per se, that's why he has not bibliography. Notice that none of his books has any reference.

Only the two books (1&2) ''Ο καιρός γαρ εγγύς'' (the time is nigh) has reference from newspapers.

The prophecies are considered by him as a message from the ''Agio oros'' (Mount Athos) directly to him. Still none has seen the ancient texts regarding these prophecies!



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