The Origin of the Gods the Origin of the Gods E. Peter Battey-Pratt

ISBN: 9781412093637

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The Origin of the Gods the Origin of the Gods  by  E. Peter Battey-Pratt

The Origin of the Gods the Origin of the Gods by E. Peter Battey-Pratt
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The Origin of the God merges all of the great world religions into a common source. Whether we speak if the God of the Old Testament from Judeo-Christian beliefs, Allah of the Muslims, Indra of the Hindus, Zeus of the Ancient Greeks, Jupiter of theMoreThe Origin of the God merges all of the great world religions into a common source. Whether we speak if the God of the Old Testament from Judeo-Christian beliefs, Allah of the Muslims, Indra of the Hindus, Zeus of the Ancient Greeks, Jupiter of the Romans or Allfather of the Norseman, he is the same deity, the Great sky God whose lightening and thunder held men in awe throughout the centuries.This book shed new light on old traditional beliefs and draws them all together into a single understanding of ancient man, his mythology, his epic tales of great heroes and his dedication to a primal deity.

The biblical Garden of Eden is also Norse Midgard where the ash tree, holding the cherished beehive, furnished the sacred honey used to nourish the young Zeus and, in fact, provided nectar to the earthly god. Eden was where the Elves first invented the rudimentary writing that enabled scribes to record the great exploits of heroic deeds.

Five and a half thousand years ago, this primitive writing afforded permanence to recorded events and so we can say that the real significance of Eden is that it was the place where recorded history began. Abel was the eponymous head of the Elves and his brother Cain stood for the North Pontic Kurgans who attacked Eden about 3500 B.C.

and routed the Elves.The Origin of the Gods shows how the archetypal tale of the slaying of the great dragon by the hero Hercules is at the center of many ancient epics. The story is repeated again and again throughout history.

The hero is always the same. Whether he goes by the name of Hercules, Jason, Bellerophon, Siegfried, Beowulf or St. George his conquest over and his death from the fire-breathing dragonare so captivating that each retelling instills the same fear and awe over the audience. The story was carried by the itinerant Aryans throughout Europe, the Middle East and the Far East form the mountains of Turkey, to the swamps of Britain and to the plains of central China. The vanquished fire-breathing dragon was the erupting volcano in central Turkey. It was also the evil principle in Zoroastrianism, for it was the target of lightening bolts hurled by the angry Sky God.

A remarkable human hero of African origin finally quelled the volcano.This book will appeal to those if us who love the ancient myths and legends, who have a reverence for history, archaeology, literature and religion, and who would appreciate searching out the archetypal source for the great religions of modern times.



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