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    Goeiemiddag,

    Ek het toe nou maar my soeke voortgesit om uit te vind van Zeus en dan ook die Heilige Drie Eenhede - en is weereens sprakeloos gelaat!!!

    Volgens die inligting op die webwerf van die heiligdom, onder - lyk dit of amper elke volk/nasie/stam wat bestaan (of hierdie aarde van ons bewandel het) - elkeen - sy eie god/gode/godinne het (of gehad het.)

    Heilige Drie Eenhede

    Daar is talle mense wat glo dat die Goddelike Drie-eenheid uniek is aan die Christendom. Die Goddelike Drie-eenheid is egter 'n baie ou konsep wat deur die Christendom oorgeneem is. Die Goddelike Drie-eenheid is in die Joodse kultuur immers 'n vreemde konsep. Nie alleen die Griekse-, Romeinse-, Keltiese- en Germaanse mitologieŽ is deurdrenk met die syfer 3 nie, maar ook ander mitologieŽ soos blyk uit onderstaande tabel.

    1. Babilon Nimrod (vader) Semiramis (moeder) Tammuz (kind)
    2. Akkadies Shamash (vader) Sin (moeder) Ishtar (kind)
    3. Sumiries Utu (vader) Nanna (moeder) Inanna (kind)
    4. Romeins Jupiter Juno Menrva
    5. Romeins Jupiter Mars Quirinus
    6. Romeins Ceres Liber Libera
    7. Rooms-Katoliek Heilige Gees(vader) Maria (moeder) Jesus (kind)
    8. Rooms-Katoliek God die Vader God die Heilige Gees God die seun
    9. PersiŽ Ahura Mazda (vader) Anahita (moeder) Mithra (kind)
    10. Kabbalah WÍreldvader WÍreldmoeder Kether (kind)
    11. Egipte Osiris (vader) Isis (moeder) Hors (kind)
    12. Egipte Sobek (vader) Hathor (moeder) Chons (kind)
    13. Egipte Amon-Ra (vader) Moet (moeder) Chons (kind)
    14. Egipte God (vader) Ka-Mutef (moeder) Farao (kind)
    15. Egipte Chnoem (vader) Satet (moeder) Anoekis (kind)
    16. Etruskies Tinia Uni Menrva
    17. MesopotamiŽ An Enlil Enki
    18. Arabies Al-Lat Al-Uzza Manat
    19. Germaans Wodan/Odin Thor of Donar Freya
    20. Germaans Wodan/Odin Thor of Donar Tiwas
    21. Germaans Wodan/Odin Hoenir Lodur/Loki
    22. Germaans Wodan/Odin Vile Ve (Vi)
    23. Germaans Trudgšlmer ÷rgšlmer Bšrgšlmer
    24. Germaans Urd Verdandi Skuld
    25. Grieks Demeter Dionysos Persephone
    26. Grieks Demeter Hekate Kore
    27. Grieks Zeus Leto Apollon
    28. Grieks Zeus Hera Athena
    29. Grieks Zeus (hemel) Poseidon (see) Hades (onderwÍreld)
    30. Grieks Klotho Lachesis Atropos
    31. Kelties Macha Badb Nemain
    32. Kelties Banba Fůdla Eriu
    33. Kelties Esus Teutates Taranis
    34. Kanašnities Anath Astarte Asherah
    35. Lets/Litous Laima Dalia Giltinť
    36. HindoeÔsme Brahma Vishnu Shiva

    Groete en aangename dag.

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    Goeiemore,

    Hier het ek darem weer uit die skrywes van " 'n ooggetuie " by name van Dionysius weer iets gekry wat ook betrekking het op die son, maan, sterre, planete ens. Die sonsverduistering met Jesus se kruisiging.

    Dionysius is numbered among the Seventy Lesser Apostles.
    This wonderful man was the scion of a distinguished pagan family in Athens. Having completed the school of philosophy in Athens, he went to Egypt to study further.
    While he was there the Lord Christ died on the Cross, the sun was darkened, and there was darkness in Egypt for three hours. Then Dionysius cried out: ``Either God the Creator of the world is suffering, or this world is coming to an end.'' Returning to Athens, he married a woman named Damaris and had sons by her.
    Maar dit lyk nie volgens die skrywe of dit 'n impak gehad het op die mens nie - n.a.v. die volgende sin met sy vrou en kinders????

    Hier het ek nog 'n weergawe gekry waar dit as 'n legende en blatante fiksie beskryf word:

    On pages 190 and 191 of Owen Gingerich's monograph on Copernicus The Book Nobody Read, reference is made to an astronomical fresco in the main gallery of the Escorial Library, near Madrid, Spain, built 1567-84, which shows Dionysius the Areopagite observing an eclipse at the time of Christ's crucifixion. In a footnote Gingerich mentions that an eclipse (of the sun by the moon) couldn't have happened at that time because Passover is a full moon event, and solar eclipses always happen at new moon.

    The legend is based on a claim made by Pseudo-Dionysius in a letter addressed to Polycarp: "What have you to say about the solar eclipse which occurred when the Savior was put on the cross? At the time the two of us were in Heliopolis and we both witnessed the extraordinary phenomenon of the moon hiding the sun at the time that was out of season for their coming together...
    We saw the moon begin to hide the sun from the east, travel across to the other side of the sun, and return on its path so that the hiding and the restoration of the light did not take place in the same direction but rather in diametrically opposite directions..."

    Pseudo-Dionysius had apparently read the Alexandrinus variant of Lk 23:44f where the darkness said to have accompanied the crucifiction is attributed to an eclipse.

    In 1457 the Italian humanist Lorenzo Valla wrote: "...the claim of 'Dionysius'... that he observed the eclipse of the sun at the hour of the Saviour's death... is as blatant a fiction as the epistolary form of the report.
    ???????????

    Groete en aangename dag.

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