reply to post by Unity_99
OK folks, here we go.
Niké is the goddess representing victory to the ancient Greek peoples. So, to begin with, the Olympics are a Greek tradition, honored today by the
world over. So, is it really so strange that the designers of the Olympic medallion would look to the history of the games, and arrive on a figure
from Greek mythology representing the best ethics, morals, values, and demonstrations of competition and battle? That figure is Niké, the tireless
companion of Zeus and Pallus-Athena.
Now, as for the Owl... studying higher resolution images of the medallion
... it's come to my attention that there is
no owl on the medallion
at all. The presupposed owl is actually another case of pareidolia, seen in the robes of Niké.
Additionally, what I once considered to be a feather of the owl, and therefore related to Pallus-Athena/Minerva, is actually an olive or palm branch,
which are two of the many symbolic items that Niké carries. You can see sculptures of Niké holding them
, and here
, among other statues.
Studying the higher resolution image, you can clearly see the figure of Niké holding the branch.
So, unfortunately, no. It is not a "hieroglyphic" (you're using that word wrong). Nor is it a secret, hidden meaning. It is clearly a
representation of winged, robed, Niké bestowing victory on great warriors during the Olympic games, just as she did to great warriors and competitors
in the Greek world 2500 years ago.
What you're doing, Unity, is seeing what you want to see, over what is actually there. You want so bad to believe in ETs, and conspiracies, and
government plots, that you're making things up, and wishing so hard for them to be true. In reality, the games will come and go. I'm willing to
promise even, that absolutely nothing spiritual, mystical, false-flag, or related to Higher Consciousness happens at all. Positive or negative even.
No return of Christ, and no false-flag terrorism. The games will come and go as neutrally as any other event.
Anyone want to take me up on that? Surely you, Unity, with all of your great inside wisdom on things must be sure enough in your conviction and belief
to agree to a wager with me. Unless you're not certain of yourself, or your theories...