Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Son Of A God

The claim that Alexander was a God was made by his mother, Olympias. He was not the son of Philip but that of Zeus. And was later confirmed by the Oracle at Siwa. A thought came to me the other day that these claims of various heroes of old may have had some truth to it. It's more than possible that as in the millenniums before that angels bred with human. The Nephilim was the product of  these unions. God may have wiped out the race via the flood, but it doesn't say that no more was born after the fact,

The tale said that the the originals were Giants. I frankly take this as more of a metaphor. I think it referred more to character and personality as oposed to stature.

So would that make Alexander a Nephilim? Only Mom would know for sure...But then maybe she just didn't want her son to be like his father.

But there is also another take on this god thing......Maybe ancient aliens masqueraded as the gods. And created Alexander as a immaculate birth or even a clone of Olympias. They say they were physically identical except one was male and one was female.

Sunday, April 4, 2010

Aristotle--Master or Murderer?

The teacher of Alexander was generally looked on reverntly by society, but what if all was not as it seemed.

Near the end of Alexander's life, Alexander began to suspect plots against himself, and threatened Aristotle in letters. Aristotle had made no secret of his contempt for Alexander's pretense of divinity, and the king had executed Aristotle's grandnephew Callisthenes as a traitor. A widespread tradition in antiquity suspected Aristotle of playing a role in Alexander's death, but there is little evidence for this.[9]
Upon Alexander's death, anti-Macedonian sentiment in Athens once again flared. Eurymedon the hierophantChalcis, explaining, "I will not allow the Athenians to sin twice against philosophy,"[10] a reference to Athens's prior trial and execution of Socrates. However, he died in Euboea of natural causes within the year (in 322 BC). Aristotle named chief executor his student Antipater and left a will in which he asked to be buried next to his wife.[11]

Had his teacher turned against him and sought his downfall. He sided with the family that Olympias considered guilty in the plot to murder her son. Did he go that one step further and became a traitor to the Gods also?

Historians say he died of natural causes. But who really checks the body of an old man. Did Olympias have him poisoned before she went after Cassander? One cannot have stupid old men running off at the mouth, jeopardizing your own position in life either.


Friday, April 2, 2010

Mysteries At Siwa

The Oracles at Siwa conferred the godship on Alexander that his mother had told him about as a child. But they also told him other things. What was that? His future. Or lack there of. Alexander had known after leaving the temple that his life would not be a long one and all those he loved would die too. After that point he worked even more feverishly on his dream for humanity.

Too bad Humanity has fallen short with it's greed and corruption.

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Philip--A Lesson Learned?

If Philip was to be allowed back in this point in time who would he be? He dishonored women in general, he betrayed Olympias, which was foolish, especially since they where joined by the powers of Hades and Persephone for the end of time..........I think he would have had to spend lifetimes as a woman, until he finally got the point.

Philip do you have the point yet?...Probably not. I'm sure your spirit is bound to your rotting bones somewhere.