Ancient Greek Iconography Hesiod Gods Myths Ancestors Nereus Old Man of Sea Righteous Noah Fishtail Trident Staff Authority Power Taken Herakles Hercules Nimrod Melkart and Poseidon Sidon Sons of Cush and Canaan

Great grandsons of Noah, Sidon and Nimrod, battled against the spirituality and righteousness of Noah in the centuries after the Deluge, depicted in ancient classical greek artwork, on vases and murals, which portray “Herakles” (Nimrod, son of Kush) and “Poseidon” (Sidon, son of Caanan) wresting the trident staff of power and authority from the righteous and wise Nereus, the “Old Man of the Sea” (as Hesiod desribed him), overthrowing the influence of this Noah/Nereus (often depicted with the lower body of a fish), who advocated for the creator God of the Bible.

Instead Nimrod advocated for and enforced their man-centered religion, treating Adam as a god, known to them as Zeus, their deified ancestor, treated as the ultimate god, and so, man treated as both creator and creation, theologically untenable, but foisted upon mankind by these two in ancient times in lieu of the Bible truths which Noah (Nereus) had been propagating until Sidon and Nimrod silenced Noah for their false religion to be propagated, to the Greeks manifested as the pantheon of Greek gods, most of whom were actually ancestors, making man the center of the universe, not the God of the Bible, the creator of all.

I’ll be writing more on this, how Vulcan/Hephaestos was Cain, a son of Adam (Zeus), and Ares/Mars was Seth, Eve was Hera, Athena was Tubal-Cain’s sister, Naamah, who married Ham/Chiron, and much more, so keep reading in as we explore the bronze age post Deluge world which was mapped and settled during the Ice Age (see articles #1 and #2 under Ice Age Civilizations here).  And see

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