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The word ΔΑΙΜΟΝΑΣ ("daimonas") is the word demon. It is a Greek word and is pronounced "demonas". The Greeks of antiquity worshiped not only the gods of the heavens but also disembodied deifications of abstractions, what we today might call "spirits". "Right" and "Wrong", were no mere abstract concepts but δαίμονες daimones, demons; spirits, with divine power. Christianity condemned the religion of the Greeks as an unholy evil pursuit...[ read COMPLETE INTRODUCTION]
ORIGINS OF SNAKE WORSHIP
ORIGINS OF THE GRIFFIN
THE SFINX AND PYTHIA
THE BYZANTINE BASIS OF 'ZOROASTRIAN' MOTIFS (1 meg. file)
THE BYZANTINE BASIS OF 'ISLAMIC' MOTIFS (1 meg. file)
EDITING GREEKS FROM HISTORY
MODERN IMPIETY LAWS
A BILL OF RIGHTS
HITLER: GERMAN CHARACTER FLAW OR PERFECT CHRISTIAN?
EMULATION OF ISLAM BY CATHOLICISM
KORAN - quotes
ISLAM IS TERRORISM
BIN LADEN: THE PERFECT MOHAMMEDAN
AMAZON AS CENSOR
APOLLON / ODIN / MEDUSA AS SWASTIKA / JESUS AND THE NEW WORLD
THE ENGLISH HERALDIC LION
CORRECT PRONUNCIATION OF GREEK
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FOR BEING ATHEIST 1/1/2015
The Koran, Old Testament and New Testament were quoted, as was Mein Kampf. The genocide committed by Hitler was shown to have been undertaken because Hitler followed the actions called for in Dueteronomy, the Bible (as I have written about in the past). The owner of that gallery proclaimed that it is "racist" to criticise Islam, and sued for defamation because I (and co-exhibitor) Lee-Anne Raymond, wrote about it. The matter went to court in March 2014 and in June 2014 the judge, Greek-born Emilios Kyrou, found that it could indeed be described as "racist" to critically quote the Koran because Muslims are "oppressed by Jews".
Kyrou went further, proclaiming that an "association" with Hitler constitutes an "egregious defamation". I do not accept that it was "serendipitous" that the ruling, which finds that the "association" with Hitler constitues an "egregious defamation", was unrelated to the exhibition which had condemned Christianity for Hitler's genocide.
Emilios Kyrou has in the past condemned those who he calls "racists" who criticised his own religion which he claims caused him humiliation and embarrassment; that it is "unfair" to be criticised over religion; and that such criticism can scar for life.
sleep of reason breeds theism.
Kyrou's finding is assessed by Israeli author Dov Ivry. His book can be bought from Amazon: Injustice Hits Rock Bottom Down Under: The Vakras Case
(note: additional essays will appear on this site spasmodically in the future)
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