Greece

Greece is a European country founded as a republic in 1821. It has a population of 10,7 million people. It is governed by the Jesuits. Its most populous city and capital is Athens. It was ruled by the Roman Empire, House of Wittelsbach and Glücksburg. It is a member of the European Union and United Nations.

History of Greece

270.000 bc archaic humans live in the Petrolona cave.

3200 bc Cycladic culture.

2700 bc Minoan civilisation at Knossos (Crete), bull worship like Egyptians.

1600 bc Mycenaean civilisation.

700 bc An Aryan (Irish) elite of homosexuals/pedophiles rule the Greek city states Athens and Sparta, who often waged war against each other.

The Greeks worship their nordic Atlantean ancestors in the form of a polytheistic religion (Oceanus, Chronos, Zeus, Hera, Apollo, Dionysus, Aphrodite, Ares, Hermes, Hades, Nike). At Delphi priestess are used as the Oracle of Delphi (dedicated to Apollo and during winter to Dionysus). Saturn is worshipped as the goat Pan and Satyrs. Zeus, pictured on top of Mount Olympus, is worshipped in the Olympic Games. The Iliad and the Odyssey is written, Euripides and Sophokles write tragedies for the Dionysian festivals.

The Greeks colonise parts of Italy and Turkey. Mystery schools teach the knowledge of Pythagoras. The death-rebirth cycle of nature is celebrated in the Eleusinian Mysteries.

622 bc Draco (Draco-Orion bloodline) establishes his laws, first constitution of Athens.

Perikles (large skull) orders the building of the Parthenon at Athens and the Odeion, a square-shaped building for musical contests during the Panathenae games next to the theatre of Dionysus.

480 bc Spartan king Leonidas is defeated by Persian Empire at the Battle at Thermopylae.

431 bc Peloponnesian War, won by Sparta.

305 bc Cleisthenes introduces a form of democracy. The Greek state takes control over the Mysteries, controlled by 2 families, the Eumolpydae and the Kerykes.

Macedonian king Alexander the Great conquers Turkey, Iraq (Babylon), Iran, Egypt and parts of India.

200 bc Greece is conquered by the Roman Empire.

Christianity spreads through Europe. Constantinople is used as capital of the Byzantine Empire. Rise of the Greek Orthodox Church (double headed eagle symbol of the cult of Baal).

391 Emperor Theodosius I outlaws paganism. Invasion of the Goths, Huns and Slavs.

1261 Paleologi dynasty.

1453 fall of Constantinople. Greece is ruled by the Ottoman Empire.

1814 founding of Filiki Eteria in Odessa.

1821 Greek war of Independance with masons Alexandros Mavrokordatos and Joseph von Armansperg, massacres on Chios and Psara.

1830 establisment of a Greek state, by the London Protocol, backed by France, UK and Russia.

1832 establishment of the monarchy with Bavarian prince Otto I Wittelsbach, with Spyridon Trikoupis (secretary of Frederick North of Royal Society) as first prime minister.

1843 3 september revolution.

1862 october 23 revolution, overthrow of Otto I.

1935 military coup, the Glücksburg dynasty is restored.

1967 Greek junta Right Wing dictatorship.

1863 Dimitrios Voulgaris Glücksburg.

1913 King George I is assassinated. Founding of Greek letter fraternities in the US (Alpha Kappa Alpha, Omega Psi Phi, Zeta Beta Tau, ..). The Dionysian phallic worship continued in the Tyrnavos festival. Philip Mountbatten, son of Andrew of Greece, marries Dame of Malta Elizabeth II Saxe-Coburg.

Spyros Skouros works for 20th Century Fox with Marilyn Monroe.

1960s The jesuits of the CIA recreate the Greek pantheon and mystery religion in the Laurel Canyon project in Hollywood.

1968 Aristotle Onassis (inspiration for James Bond villain Ernst Stavros Blofeld) marries jesuit Jackie Kennedy on Greek island Skorpios. Leonard Cohen lives at Greek island Hydra.

1975 Sophia of Greece (Glücksburg) becomes Queen of Spain as wife of Knight of Malta Juan Carlos.

2001 Greece joins the European Union.

2007 Pluto in Capricorn: Greek debt crisis (Goldman Sachs bankers Petros Christodoulou and Neil Kashkari as saviour), leading to the rise of Right Wing party Golden Dawn (HOGD) of Nikolaos Michaloliakos and Left Wing communist party Syriza of Alexis Tspiras and Yanis Varoufakis (media ritual with Jean-Claude Juncker, Matteo Renzi, jesuit Fidel Castro, in alliance with Slavoj Zizek, Oliver Stone, Naomi Klein, Podemos).

Jesuit Pavlos of Greece is married to Marie-Chantal Miller, the daughter of Robert Miller (Pia Miller Getty, Alexandra Miller Fürstenberg), educated at NYU and Le Rosey.

Prime ministers

Spyridon Trikoupis, Konstantinos Kanaris, Dimitrios Voulgaris, Charilaos Trikoupis, Theodoros Pangalos, Eleftherios Venizelos, Ioannis Metaxas, Emmanouil Tsouderos (Bank of Greece), Konstantinos Tsaldaris, Themistoklis Sofoulis, Sophoklis Venizelos, Georgios Papadopoulos, Andreas Papandreou, Konstantinos Simitis, Konstantinos Karamanlis, George Papandreou (LSE, Club of Rome with jesuit Bill Clinton, ECFR, papal Order of Pius IX), Lucas Papademos (Goldman Sachs), Antonis Samaras, Alexis Tsipras, Kyriakos Mitsotakus.

European Union

Italy

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