Parthenon Code Robert Bowie Analysis Commentary Noah’s Flood Characters Parallels Comparisons to Greek Mythology Deucalion Pyrrha Nereus Namaah Centaurs of Seth Ares Mars Religion Antagonist Cain Hephaistos Vulcan Rebellion Eve Hera Garden of Eden Zeus Adam Biblical Creationism Ancestor Worship Ancient Greek Mythology South Wall Parthenon Greece Acropolis Destroyed Metopes Panels of Genesis Stories French Drawings Record Archaic Mediterranean Middle Eastern Art Design Hellenic Pictures Statues Parthenos Pandemos Athena Spread of Satanic Rationalism Materialism Athene Temple Worship Fall of Adam Eve Mount Zion

The ancient Greeks were obviously descendants (as are we all) of the eight who survived Noah’s Flood, the Flood of Deucalion (Noah) and Pyrrha (reputedly Doris), a global catastrophe, according to ancient greek legend, as in the biblical Genesis account, and the Greeks knew of Deucalion (meaning double lion looking both before and after the flood) by another name, meaning the wet one (depicted with the lower body of a fish), Nereus, half fish and half man, who survived the global flood catastrophe, and represented the supposedly failed system of worship, of the line of Seth (one of Adam’s good sons), known to the greeks as Ares, who battled Cain, known as Hephaistos or Vulcan to the Greeks, who killed Abel (the Greeks mistook Seth for Abel) which was depicted on the Parthenon in Athens on the south wall, the whole Cain and Abel story in four panels, or metopes, on the south wall, until it was blown up in the 1600’s, perhaps because it corroborated the Genesis account, which was not what the “enlightened” souls at that time (or any) wanted well known.

But drawings of the artistic panels were made by a Frenchman in the 1600’s before the south wall was bombed, shown and discussed in Robert Bowie’s great book The Parthenon Code, along with other ancient greek artwork depicting Chiron, the Centaur, who was Ham (also known of Cronus), and Athena, the matron diety of ancient Athens, who fought the religion of Noah (Nereus), having taken away its power in ancient Greece, for rationalism and materialism, through ancestor worship, not spiritualism toward the Creator of all things, who by the time of the founding of Athens had inspired the writings of Genesis to the time of the Table of Nations, Genesis 10, actually written by eyewitnesses, as you will see after you’ve read article #13 at

Athena, who was Ham’s wife, was of the line of Cain (apparently the only of the eight on the Noah’s Ark not of the line of Seth), so she reveered the rebellion of Hera (Eve), and fought the judgment of Zeus (Adam), who actually is the creator God, to destroy the earth by water, which was Noah’s Flood, as delineated in the book of Genesis; a judgment against the religion of Cain which had all but permeated the pre Flood world, still followed and propagated by Athena after the Flood, as she was and still is a symbol of rationalistic materialism over spirituality with the creator God,  because she fought the propagation of the knowledge of the creator God, which was the story recorded in Genesis, that which she sought to bastardize.  And the world then at

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