Κυριακή, 25 Ιανουαρίου 2015

Athena My Love


The owl of Athena flies at night. Through darkness the fairy eye draws its way of light

Greek mythology tells us strange stories, which all are based on a true heart. The most fabulous one is probably the creation of Man.


The owl of Minerva spreads its wings at dusk...

For the ancient Greeks, man was created by Prometheus, a Titan, nephew ofZeus, whose name means God. We have already told this episode. What we did not say is that Prometheus did not want an alter-ego. He wanted a servant, a slave. So why embarrass him with a soul? This servile creature would not need it … But here, luckily, a goddess intervened. In the Sumerian mythology, she was called Ninhursag, the head nurse, head of incubators. In Egyptian mythology, her name is Isis, she is also our mother benefactress. In Roman mythology, she is Minerva, the daughter of Jupiter.

As in Greek mythology, she is Athena, daughter of Zeus.
 Athena, d'après Michael Parkes - montage Stef Kervor

The rebel Athena confronts her uncle Prometheus, the powerful Titan.

Zeus, the god of gods, is not so easy that he does not appearPrometheus, like Zeus, is a Titan, that is a supermanfrom the stars with the powers and the army of a conquering emperor. He is the supreme boss on Earth. To him they entrusted the delicate task of making a hard worker – i.e. genetically.
Only because he’s the boss … and also because he is the best geneticist among all the former gods. Imagine:  the nurse dared defying the big boss!!! Listening only to her tender heart, she gave man an immortal soul.

La chouette de Minerve (Athéna) prend son vol au crépuscule

Minerva and her owl, symbol of wisdom. The Greeks call her Athena. The goddess, eh, not the owl.According to her father Zeus, it was a bad idea. The former gods wanted followers, not rivals. Prometheus had no doubt that by giving a soul to his creature,Athena would unleash the wrath of her father, the god of gods, Zeus the Olympian. But Prometheus loved to tease his dear Uncle Zeus. According to Athena’s plan, he will add a soul to his creation of pure matter. And that’s quite a fluke. We can hardly imagine in what state of sordid baseness and villainy we would be without this divine gift.

Ainsi la divine Athéna affronta pour le courroux de son père le puissant Zeus fulgurant

Athena O divine benefactress, thank you for giving us this gate to elsewhere, this hope for another future. Without you, O divine giant, we would be only effective apes. Our ability and our discernment may put us on top of living beings that inhabit this planet. But without you, man would merely be a superior animal. What he is definitely not. Without you, without your heart beating for us, there would be no love, no art, no eden-saga.

Divine Athena, where would we be without you? At the end of kali-yuga? Embedded in our poop? Would be do braggarts showing off with Lady Gaga?

Without you we would be only numbers in the files of Social Security. Without you we would work every day of our life to earn enough not to lose it. Without you, we would only concern ourselves with material things. Since we would have no soul, why worry about something else? Without you, we would have ended up believing in a single value, money. Without you and without this soul that your generous heart gave us we would only be matter destined to disappear.

An heart opened by surgery in an old engraving, pasted below Venus, painted by Botticelli, who wants to discuss this secret aspect of the goddess Athena the Warrior: a tender heart, sensitive, conquered by our species.

Without you, we would love all kinds of different gods. We would be able to kill each other for them. 

Pâris and the beautiful Helen of TroyWe might even butcher one another for merely material questions, engage ourselves in oil wars, pollute our mother earth as if it were the last of whores starve most of the human species, refuse treatment and medication to those who desperately need some, maim children, circumcise girls or rape them…”Protect the little people of the earth and the great people of the sea, for you are the guardian of their zoo,” said Zeus also called Elohim, or Yahweh orEa-Enki, addressing the poor Noah , who felt it was too big responsibility for him. 

Atnéna sans qui nous ne serions que des singes efficacesWeg oi! Why me? he cried, forgetting that many others before him had known such misfortune: to become the plaything of divine arbitrariness. Let me cite the abductor of the beautiful Helen of Troy, the handsome Paris – who had lots of trouble. Anton Parks add others describe our creators as a band of aliens who came to exploit our planet that was not fully developed. It lacked gardeners, laborers, farmers, architects. And soldiers, as the aliens were rivals from elsewhere, they also needed cannon fodder for their dirty fights.

Athena emerged fully armed from the head of Zeus, her great designer. It is a weapon, but she has a big heart. We owe her more than life.And then as their divine women did not think only to fucking, they also had to tumble the maids after the war. And what if that defeatist view was completely wrong? These too human gods have still created man and woman in their own image, with a divine seed inside. If they were merely exploiters, why would have they? For my part, I know the former Giantsneeded us to continue their work on this planet. They went elsewhere where gravity was lower and they left a bunch of smurfs to keep an eye open. The divine smurfs!

Good for us, otherwise it would have been a bad start. Thank you Mother Athena, the rebel with a tender heart.

The owl of Athena flies at dawn

Léo Ferré, french singer and poetAnd if God really existed
-as said Bakhounine,
this vitamin comrade-
we should get rid of him.Leo Ferré
 

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