Mythology

What is the implication behind the myths and stories of the older gods? For the most part you can apply most stories from books like the bible as lessons, even if it doesnt make sense initially.

Almost every story you hear about mythological gods though make hardly any sense and people of the time were supposed to base their values and morals on them. Like the countless stories of zues making love to everything imaginable and lord shiva getting pissed off and killing everything in his path in the craziest ways for the smallest reasons. I know over time stories are screwed with but what were believers supposed to take from these myths? Can following this path even lead to enlightenment like the religions of our day?

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  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The old gods are here and they are just people but much more powerful, they are not better than us. Some like Baldur, Hades and Amaterasu are nice, though.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I’ve always had a feeling that the spirit of ares lived inside me. How do i go about confirming this? I also have some similarities with Achilles and am almost convinced i am somewhat of a reincarnation of him. So i believe this has base to it.

      There are sentient conscious light beings and there are various filters that go through to appear as gods as they pass through the archetypal realm and other layers of reality it's a real pain to exist here so they'd rather exist as stories because it's more convenient to do so.

      Hmm, would you say that the old gods are closer to angels than the “one” god?

      >what were believers supposed to take from these myths?
      everything starts with a man figuring out how to be humble and happy.
      from there things get infinitely perverted as the years go by

      Same shit with the bible too. At this point im tired of looking for answers through books and anything remotely out of another mans mouth. Shit gets so confusing.

      >shiva getting pissed off and killing everything in his path
      Where can I read this

      Literally any story where he’s pissed off. Didnt he cut the head off his son and gave him a elephants head to convey wisdom and growth. Like how does that shit even add up? How does a normal human even come to that conclusion?

      They don’t have a clear moral like stories from the Bible because they actually happened.

      They don’t make sense because they are Bronze Age interpretations of highly advanced and extra dimensional activities. For example, many times Hephaestus is described by 700BC sources as having robots. Homer and Ovid and the like don’t know they were describing robots, so they called them “golden statues that moved about and had intelligence like men”.

      The purpose of these stories is to understand the Gods, our shared history, and why we should be in awe and honor them.

      That’s actually pretty interesting. Where can i read more on these “robots”?

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >a reincarnation of him
        why you think so? and do you think others of these spirits have some form of connection

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    There are sentient conscious light beings and there are various filters that go through to appear as gods as they pass through the archetypal realm and other layers of reality it's a real pain to exist here so they'd rather exist as stories because it's more convenient to do so.

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >what were believers supposed to take from these myths?
    everything starts with a man figuring out how to be humble and happy.
    from there things get infinitely perverted as the years go by

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Uh what?

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >shiva getting pissed off and killing everything in his path
    Where can I read this

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    They don’t have a clear moral like stories from the Bible because they actually happened.

    They don’t make sense because they are Bronze Age interpretations of highly advanced and extra dimensional activities. For example, many times Hephaestus is described by 700BC sources as having robots. Homer and Ovid and the like don’t know they were describing robots, so they called them “golden statues that moved about and had intelligence like men”.

    The purpose of these stories is to understand the Gods, our shared history, and why we should be in awe and honor them.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      They exist in more than 1 dimension at once, above all the others but not part of them.

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >man eagerly teaches his friends a new way to be happy that he figured out
    10 generations later
    >man so filled with compassion mountains would break down in tears
    10 generations later
    >man with superpower to destroy mountains by looking at them.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      30 generations later
      >the primitive ancients worshipped a mountain god. He may be related to mountain gods in other cultures.

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    If we actually found out about all that you won't agree and say that I'm uniformed for example
    >Like how does that shit even add up? How does a normal human even come to that conclusion?
    His son gaining the head symbolises his rulership over elephants historically the symbol of Indian power and the ganas (wild young men) . Along with that the decapitation is symbolizing the separation of ganesh from the authority of his mother since she created him by herself all alone and coming under the authority of shiva and thus shiva accepts him as his son. Zeus disabled some child that hera made iirc. The gods are made by men. Most men forget that since only a few create the gods .

  9. 4 weeks ago
    Hermes

    The implications? Meta-Humans (humans with supernatural abilities) exist. Believers were supposed to believe that they could also do superhuman feats such as the Labors of Hercules. Unfortunately, following the path of these myths will land you in prison or a mental hospital. It might lead to enlightenment, but considering TPTB, they want to keep Meta-humans on the down low until it becomes so obvious that they will have no other choice but to bend the knee to the Anti Christ. The Anti Christ will easily slay any Meta-Human who is not prepared for combat. You would have to be a SSS+ Meta Human to even have an inkling of a chance to dethrone the AntiChrist by killing him. Or you wait for Jesus to slay him, but that option has problems. You gonna wait another 2000 years while you mine for gold?

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >SSS+ Meta Human to even have an inkling of a chance
      >Or you wait for Jesus to slay him
      you saying i got a chance?

    • 4 weeks ago
      Lord Krishna

      wow good post

  10. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    A lot of the religions with myths such as the Greeks saw them and understood in a local ritual context. The idea of a literalist view of myth as reflecting reality seems to import Protestant Christian assumptions and the view of text in general.

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