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Do the Germans and the Jewish people have the same forefathers????

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« on: March 24, 2008, 05:36:45 pm »

Even if you look at the following link and in metaphor relate the fragments used in the commentary to the journey of the ancient places and its characteristics and what it represents you find that story becomes alive and tells a story with characteristics that relate to the submerged cities.

http://www.theoi.com/Kosmos/Haides.html

Its like this fragment

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In ancient Greek mythology and religion the DOMOS HAIDOU or "realm of Haides" was the land of the dead, the final resting place for departed souls. It was a dark and dismal realm in which bodiless ghosts flitted across grey fields of asphodel. The Homeric poets knew of no Islands of the Blessed or Elysian fields, or for that matter a Tartarean hell, instead all the spirits, including those of the great heroes, descended into Haides.

Doesn't the above have characteristics of the ancient cities.  Like the submergence of the a City of the Gods, descending in to earth taking its people with them.  A true story that perpetuates in the story and yet this place has spiritual significance related to the after life.  A place that takes resemblance of a holy Temple and the knowledge it regards to the next world.  A city like what we have in Dalamatia City.

And this next commentary, doesnt this have all the hallmarks and fits the description of the lost City of the Gods

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In the Iliad the realm is a damp and mouldy place buried inside the hollows of the earth. The dead cross a river, pass through gates guarded by the Hound, and present themselves before King Haides and Queen Persephone. The ghosts of the unburied dead are allowed to return to the realm above to visit the living in their dreams and demand a proper burial. The land of Haides is quite distinct from Tartaros, the prison-house of the Titanes, which is described as lying as far beneath Haides as earth beneath the heavens.

"pass through gates guarded by the Hound, and present themselves before King Haides and Queen Persephone"  Like what we have with the submerged cities.  We have the cities located in the images with connecting symbolism.  You have to pass through gates to enter the city like what is present on the front end of the sevenfold website, all the same characteristics.

There is a King and Queen within the city and in a temple or a city.  All the same characteristics as we see in the literal.  "prison-house of the Titanes"  We see characteristics of the rebellion and images of them interned as in the reality of today and there demise was related to the fall in Dalamatia City.

"The ghosts of the unburied dead are allowed to return to the realm above to visit the living in their dreams and demand a proper burial."  This seems to have reflections of the sleeping survivors awaiting the dispensational completion so they can move on, like the dead raising.  Dalamatia City could be instrumental in this process and it does represent the Father as in the first temple.


Sometime I wonder whether this is mythologies way of its own end time description key features even with a physical location.

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THE REALM OF HADES IN THE ILIAD

In Homer's Iliad all the dead descend into the murky subterranean realm ruled by Haides and Persephone. It is known either as the dma Aidao "the house (domain) of Haides" or domoi Aidao "dwelling-places of Haides." Adao itself is literally "the unseen." The unburied dead cannot cross the river and roam the earth until their funeral rites are complete. In this manner the ghost of Patroklos visits Akhilleus in his sleep and demands burial (23.63 ff). After the rites are complete the soul (psykh) crosses over the River (23.63 ff) and passes through the gates (pylai) of Haides and joins the company of the spirits of the dead. The gates are guarded by the Hound of Haides (kynos Aidou) (8.361 ff).

In the above there seems to be references to gates and the dead passing through through the river.  The gates are guarded.  This same reality does exist with the gates to the first and second temple of the ancient places in metaphor online.  These gates of Dalamatia City is related to next world, the kingdom of heaven though the viechle of the ancient cities in a physical demonstration.

In our case of the city Dalamatia City we have the knowledge of the fruit of the tree of life within the gates of this city where attitude is main the focus on passing through the gates.  Attitude is all related to the future.

I thought it was interesting seeing if there are reflections in mythology that relate in characteristics to this journey and what it represents and personally I think there is a connection or description which is like an insight into this journey in different ways.  But then perhaps I'm seeing to much into it.  Over focalisation ahahahahahah

Sevens
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