OK, since no one has tried to do this, I will. This post covers the first 10 minutes of the video. I'll explain the history behind the symbols, and
why the narrator is wrong. I invite others to try the 2nd and 3rd segments, as I won't be doing them.
This should be obvious. The games are about the spirit of competition, and originated in Greece. The use of a medallion with a representation of the
Greek goddess of victory in competition should be obvious.
The goddess Niké represents skill, wisdom, and overcoming obstacles; she is the goddess of both mental and physical victory. A benign figure in Greek
mythology who bestows fortune and fame on the victorious. Her inclusion makes perfect sense.
Check out her wikipedia page here
Learn all about her here
Second, Niké holds a sword of justice, a palm/olive frond, an olive wreath, or a torch of wisdom. All can be seen on the website. The sword on the
medallion simply means a fair and just game. The head of the Bride of Christ is actually her olive/laurel wreath, which was given to the victor of the
Olympic or Panathenaea games.
2) the Owl
First, the narrator says the owl is Moloch. Almost all of our modern knowledge of Moloch, as a deity to whom children were sacrificed, comes from the
Bible. Scholarly looks into the authenticity of Moloch have concluded that he never existed; that most of the Biblical accounts are fear-mongering
meant to convert Ammonites.
There is also no evidence outside of David Icke, or Alex Jones, that Moloch is an owl.
Second, the narrator says the owl represents Minerva. My main question here is: is it Minerva, or Moloch then?
Moloch represents an involuntary ritual which was forced upon the people; while Minerca (Greek Pallus-Athena) is the representation of democracy,
wisdom, and communal movements.
This is not only a hypocritical pairing, but an uninformed one as well. Athena was a goddess who represented the people, and whose deeds (mostly) aid
the people, not hurt and harm them.
Further, Niké is a goddess who accompanies Athena, not to cause devious plots, but to reward the triumphs of democracy, general human goodness, and
So, if the owl represents Minera/Pallus-Athena at all, it is in a positive light, because there are absolutely no occult, or Satanic associations
which Minerva or Niké have.
3) The acropolis
The building on the coin is most likely the Acropolis of Athens, the patron city of Athena and Niké.
You can read much about the building and it's importance on the wikipedia page here
Of particular importance to us would be the segments on the page about the city layout, as well as the bit about the Panathenaea, which were the
Athens version of the Olympic games; see the olive/laurel wreath above.
The narrator's "severed head" and "clown false prophet" have no bearing on this building, or the meaning of the acropolis. They are simply the
narrator seeing deeper meaning, where none actually exists. Athens had no qualm with the Bride of Christ (the Catholic church), or with any of the
numerous other prophets running around during Jesus' time.
A roman city would have been a better representation, as Rome is where other healers and messiahs like Mithra and Aesculapius were said to be; not
The narrator falsely ties Vishnu to Niké.
is part of the holy quintet in Hinduism which help reincarnate the Earth. He is not a god of
victory, democracy, or anything else which Niké is. Vishnu's six dominant qualities are:
4. authority over all living things
5. control over the miraculous
6. being able to charm all living things
On the Maya calender, the sign he associates with Vishnu is actually called Xiuhuitzolli, and represents the East. It is a coat of arms placed upon
dead warriors so they would be recognized, and granted safe passage in the Afterlife. It is also sometimes associated with diadems worm by Maya
rulers. Again, not Vishnu.
5) Hunab Ku
The Hunab Ku
is a Yucatán symbol which means: The Only God, it is referencing the Christian God, or
All modern scholars have debunked any Maya deity connection.
Why would Illuminati place a sign for the Christian God on the back of the coin, if there goal was to invoke forces other than that God?
They wouldn't, because the Hunab Ku is not on the medal.
I hope this helps to clarify why the narrator of the video is wrong, and furthers the need for scholarly research into these types of things. All of
the symbolism in the video portrayed as negative, are really positive, and champion the exact opposite of what the narrator claims.
A little research goes a long way
~ Wandering Scribe
edit on 27/7/12 by Wandering Scribe because: spelling and grammar