Ev Cochrane: Mars in Ancient Myth and Religion | EU2017

Ev Cochrane: Mars in Ancient Myth and Religion | EU2017

Mars in Ancient
Myths and Religion All right, so we’ve got the
planet Mars up on the screen and I think most of
us here know that the modern name for Mars comes
from the latin, God of War and so let’s take a
peek at him real quick. Mars was known as a
furious warrior, as a God who brings pestilence, as a wolf God, and as a god of the spring. So those are probably four
of his primary attributes. And the leading scholar of Roman
religion is a guy named Georges Dumezil and his masterwork is called
Archaic Roman Religion and it’s his ideas that kind
of dominate the modern field. And so, he believes that
Latin religion is based upon three different structures of society
in early Indo-Eropean culture and that Mars represents
the warrior class. So Mars is the God who presides over
the exercise of physical prowess. He’s the god of
warriors and soldiers. Mircea Eliade, who we’ve
cited many times, congratulates Dumezil’s showing that only
by deciphering the basic ideological system underlying the social and
religious institutions can a particular divine figure, myth
or ritual be correctly understood. And another leading scholar
calls Dumezil’s achievement among the (most) foremost scholarly
achievements of our time. And so, Dumezil is without
question a world-class scholar. The guy was a master of
dozens of languages, produced countless
books and manuscripts. He is indeed an imposing figure. But here is his
ultimate conclusion that the Latin God Mars
represents the warrior class, strictly a social metaphor, and that Mars does not have
a naturalistic aspect. His area of influence, the place of
his signs is not the atmosphere. Another leading modern scholar, after acknowledging that
Dumezil is the top expert, asks the question whether a pattern uniting the apparently
incoherent details of Mars’s cult can be discovered. For a possible guide
to this question we would turn to leads from
Babylonian astronomical traditions which obviously predate
Rome by a while. And so if you look at how Mars is
represented in ancient Babylonian texts; he’s described as a
furious warrior, as a bringer of pestilence, and as a wolf star. Now, that’s kind
of a coincidence. So in one of these
astronomical texts that says, “Mars is said to bring pestilence or
deaths in an astrological report… Mars is said to have
caused a fever…” But this is exactly the way the
Latin God Mars is described in the very earliest Latin
passages that we have. So they said, “Mars confers
blessings but is prone to anger. He sends harvest failures
and cattle plagues.” A very famous Latin ritual
was called the Arvale Carmen and their Mars is invoked as a wild
and potentially destructive power who can afflict
crops with disease. So there’s almost a
one-to-one correspondence between the way the Latin God Mars is
described as an agent of pestilence and the way the
Babylonian planet is. So now if we turn to the
Mesopotamian cult of the god Nergal, who was widely acknowledged
to be the planet Mars, we find him described
as a raging warrior, as an agent of pestilence. He’s a raging storm God and
a ruler of the underworld. So one ancient text
from about 2000 BC says, “Warrior! Raging storm-tide,
who flattens lands in upheaval. Warrior! Lord of
the underworld.” He’s consistently described
as a furiously raging storm but a constant adjective is at
the bottom he’s called ‘hus’ which means the fiery
red, furious or rage. So we’re gonna see this
motif again and again and in descriptions of these
ancient warriors or warrior gods they’re always going
to be a fiery red and they’re going to be
described as raging. But of course, the Mesopotamian scholars
have no idea where Nergal comes from either. He’s just a complete mystery. So this is arguably the top guy
in Sumerian studies and he says, “To take an absolutely fundamental
question, who or what is Nergal?” Well, this is an early
description of Nergal. The vanguard whose
strength is sublime… whose divine splendor
is sublime in heaven. Star ever shining. Sublime of features. It sounds like they’re
describing a star, maybe. So at the bottom it says, Nergal warrior of the gods… Who takes
his place in the height of heaven… Whose features ever
glow in heaven. I mean, anybody that can read can understand
that they’re describing something in heaven. Whether it’s the planet Mars, as
the scribes themselves maintained, remains open to
question I suppose. But there can’t be any question that
they’re describing a celestial power. So back to Dumezil again. Here’s the way he describes the
warrior god Mars in Latin cult. “The ambiguous character of Mars, when
he breaks loose on the field of battle, accounts for the epithet caecus,
blind, given to him by the poets. At a certain stage of furor he
abandons himself to his nature, destroying friend
as well as foe.” So this indiscriminate
slaughter associated with Mars is going to be a recurring theme
and it’s found around the world. So in Arab texts it just so happens that the planet
Mars was described as the blind one. And so it says, “They give to Mars the name
Mara-Samya, which means the blind lord, and they call him blind because
of (its) his extreme violence and because in his rage he
strikes without regard.” So here you have almost the exact same
description as we found in the Latin God Mars. This is a recent book talking about
literature and it just says, “The battle fury of warriors… is traditionally the quintessential
subject matter of heroic verse. The wrath or furor (of warrior) of heroic
warriors is, as Milton acknowledges, the salient theme of both
the Iliad and the Aeneid. So to take Achilles for example. This is the top, one of the top scholars
of Greek myth is a guy named Gregory Nagy. So here’s the way he
describes Achilles. “Achilles himself, in his
climatic moments of rage, and Bill Mullen will confirm, the
first word in the Iliad is rage, by the way, describing Achilles. But it says Achilles himself, in
his climactic moments of rage, is described as equal to Ares. Ares is the God of War but he is also more specifically
the God of martial fury. In war, a warrior who is
possessed by the God Ares experiences this kind of martial
fury which is typically bestial. The Greek word for this martial fury
is lussa, meaning ‘wolfish rage’ and of course we know Ares was represented
as a wolf just like the Latin God was. To experience such a martial
rage is to be beside oneself, and to be beside oneself is to be
possessed – possessed by Ares.” So there’s a recent book
on Germanic warrior types. It’s just a fascinating book and it discusses these early warrior
societies where young men would, would drive themselves to ecstatic
prowess and they’d just head off looking for the nearest war. And it says, “Warrior styles have much to
offer to our understanding of history. They tell us how long ago,
when war was still welcome, fighting men reached the state of ecstasy
that led them to do astounding things. They lead us into the heart of Vedic, Indian,
Homeric, Celtic and Germanic civilizations, where fighting prowess was
still the measure of a man.” And again, this is obviously that tradition
went on for many thousands of years. Here’s how Macrobius describes
the Latin God Mars, “And to the glowing heat by which
the spirit is kindled and roused, sometimes to anger, sometimes to deeds
of valor, to a temporary madness… to this property men have
given the name Mars.” Pretty much the exact same description that
George Dumezil gave to the blind warrior. As those of you will know
who have read my books, it just turns out that
cultures all around the world said that they imitated the planet
Mars when they went into battle. They were trying to incorporate his
rage or to emulate his rage or fury when they took to
the battlefield. So this is a quote from the leading ritual
of the Pawnee Indians in North America. So it says, “This is the way I do when
I am imitating him, the planet Mars, when I become angry, when
I am imitating him.” Move to South America, “At times of battle, the planet Mars had to
endow the Toba warriors with fighting spirit.” As a Polynesian god of war
who is known as Maru, flaming with wrath
and full of anger. Australian Aborigines, “The planet Mars is
Bilyara, the eagle… he was warlike, and much
given to fighting.” Early Indian astronomical texts as in Asian India, “Mars has blood-red eyes, is
fickle-minded and given to anger.” Now when you go out tonight and
look at the clear Phoenix skies, look at the planet Mars and see
if you see an angry planet. The nature of Mars… This is Roger Bacon
from the Middle Ages. “The nature of Mars is fiery… to
excite men to anger, discord, and wars.” And this is the leading scholar on
ancient astrological ideas, Franz Cumont and in this he points out that
these ideas are basic to language. “There can perhaps be no more striking proof of
the power and popularity of astrological beliefs than the influence which they have
exercised over popular language. All modern idioms
preserve traces of it, which we can no longer discern
except with difficulty, survivals of vanished
superstitions. Do we still remember when we
speak of a martial character, that it must have been
formed by the planet Mars? That one of these ‘astra’, stars, which,
if hostile will cause me a disaster?” So he’s admitting that
the word disaster has, has a direct relation to stars. Turning to leading Irish hero. He’s a fascinating character because he offers just a crystal
clear image of this raging warrior. And so it says, so when this guy went into battle he became
distorted with anger and battle fury. He grew gigantic in size and, like Mars, he fought indiscriminately,
killing friends and foes, right and left. Now the interesting thing about
that Irish hero is he was blind and all of us will remember the
classic example of the blind warrior is the biblical Samson. And how was he described? Well, he was characterized
by a hot anger. The red-hot anger. So Judges describes his
anger being kindled. Interestingly enough, Samson has been
identified with the planet Mars. The ancient Celtic
term for Cuchulainn raging hot anger is
‘f’ ‘e’ ‘r’ ‘g’ Ferg and in my opinion that’s a cognate word
with the furor belli of the Latin God Mars. Back to the Irish God again. It says, when he was undergoing his
furor, he became crimson all over, shook violently and
assumed a swollen form. The top Irish scholar of
ancient warriors said that the key to figuring
out these figures is that all words for ‘hero’ expressed
the notions of furor, ardour, tumescence, which means
swelling, and speed. The hero, the warrior hero, is the furious one, possessed of his
own tumultuous and blazing energy. If you turn back, now again to the cult
of the Mesopotamian star God Nergal clearly described
as the planet Mars, one of his epithets describes
him as the sweller but the word sweller also
means anger and fury. So you get this image of this giant
planet-god, red, clearly red, that takes on a massive form when he’s
angry and starts causing disasters. So very early on, this is an
image that Dave and I drew up or actually simulated it with a computer
with life-size planetary models. So the polar configuration
is over on the left. The yellow body is Saturn and the green
body is Venus and the red body is Mars, just for the sake
of illustration. And what this shows is that with just the slightest displacement of Mars
towards the Earth, it grows massive in size. And so the Polynesian
name for the planet Mars, interestingly enough, is
‘the quick swelling one.’ Again, if you look at
Mars in the sky today, see if that idea would
ever occur to you that Mars is a quick
swelling planet or warrior. So we all know that
the Greek Hercules was identified with the planet
Mars by the Greeks themselves. Less known is the fact that Hercules was
identified with the Mesopotamian God Nergal. Very well-known is the fact that Heracles
served as a young male’s role model as a warrior and as an athlete. And so again, archaic warriors
everywhere re-enacted in masked dances the deeds of the
gods and ancestors. They did so to gain the divine
ecstasy of ‘the beginning of time,’ the time of creation. In battle, when it mattered most
to live in these mythical times, warriors bodied forth gods and
ancestors by fighting in their style. They wanted to emulate the gods. So, according to
this text it says, the Batavii going to
battle sang of Hercules. The Spartans did the same thing
when they went into battle and of course Spartans
were known as being among the greatest warriors
of the ancient world. They invoked Hercules, they
wanted to be like Heracles. It’s very well known among Greek scholars
that the Greek Heracles was identified with the great god of ancient
Tyre, a Phoenician cult and Melqart in turn was identified with the
Mesopotamian God Nergal of the planet Mars. So the characteristic rite
described in the Old Testament about this Phoenician
God Melqart is that every year he was burnt
to death on a great funeral pyre. So how did Heracles
meet his end? He was burnt to death
on a funeral pyre. And so, Sophocles describes this at
great length in one of his plays. (But back) so it says, “At the precise moment
of agonizing death, a flaming thunderbolt from his
father Zeus strikes Heracles. He goes up in flames, in a
spectacular explosion of fire.” As he mounted the pyre, we are told in
this tragedy I was just talking about, came a terrible
outburst of anger. The bodily pains which he felt, united
with that disease of the heroes, their fits of rage, which is
never very far from madness.” Interestingly enough, Australian Aboriginal
tradition relates of the planet Mars that he died in a fire, that he died on a funeral pyre and
changed into the planet Mars. It is said that he was burnt to death on a
mountain where he had kindled the fire. Back to… this is an early Greek vase showing
at the bottom Heracles, his funeral pyre. At the top he is
flying off to heaven where he’s going to
receive his apotheosis. And so the top scholar of these
ancient vases, James Boardman says, “On two of the three Attic vases with the
pyre, Heracles is shown as a young man.” So he’s been burnt to death
but now he’s rejuvenated. So it says, “The young Heracles has clearly
been rejuvenated by his experience,” being burnt. So this, the early writer Nonnos specifically
describes Heracles as the Phoenix in a comparison with the Phoenix bird
for regaining his youth in fire. Turning back to the Latin cult, one of the most exciting discoveries
of the last hundred years, was that they found these Etruscan
vases depicting the Latin God Mars as getting a fiery bath here
at the hands of Minerva. And again Dumezil and the other guys
discuss all this stuff and they all, they discuss these
vases and they say, well it’s clear the little
guy is being rejuvenated but we really don’t have an explanation
for why that might be the case. He’s being rejuvenated
by means of fire. So the first meaning says this means that
Mars is intended to be reborn from death and a clear description says he lived to be a 123 years old and he
died two or three times and came back. So he’s a resurrected
God, the Latin God Mars. The Mesopotamian God was
resurrected as well. Josephus, the writer on
early Jewish stories, keeps using the word Egersis
in connection with Heracles but that word also used, is specifically
used to describe resurrection, the resurrection. In ancient Iranian myth there was a
really curious little figure named Batraz and like Heracles he is burnt
on a giant funeral pyre. He’s again a, one of
these raging warriors that kills anyone
indiscriminately right and left. He’s the greatest warrior
of the Iranian warriors. And so it says, this guy will
henceforth live in the sky from which he will descend in
a blast, in a burst, sorry, incandescent as at his birth, whenever
some danger or scandal threatens his kin. And interestingly enough, he descends
from heaven as a furious red ball periodically descending
to Earth like lightning. So again, this is an image you’re gonna see
again and again that this fiery red star is going to grow massive, descend
from heaven as a raging form but in a lightning-like
shape or as a meteor. So turning back to the
Mesopotamian cult, the planet Mars is specifically
described as fire falling from the sky. This Semitic term ‘miqit isatu’. But that same word also means lightning
and it also means the fall of a meteor. Pliny the Elder said that these thunderbolts come
from the planet Saturn and much as the inflammatory
ones come from the planet Mars. So the planet Mars was clearly associated
with lightning and/or thunderbolts. Again, the image from yesterday we showed
with Mars descending slightly from Venus, on the left, and then the one from
today showing it as a massive form… I think it’s easy to see that if something like this actually
transpired in the skies overhead, you might think of a massive red ball
or meteor descending from heaven, causing disaster. So, earlier we talked about
the Pawnee traditions. Where they emulated
the fiery warrior, they clearly called him the planet
Mars as they went into battle. And yet they claimed that that this guy,
the Pawnee Mars, came from a meteor. The Latin God Mars. It was said that on the
first day of the year, that his shield
fell from heaven. So at the base of
the screen it says, “Worship of meteorites was easily
extended to ancient monoliths… Mars’ ancile,” the shield, “is
the best known instance.” Back to the Iranian figure that
was burnt to death on the pyre. He was, an interesting
story told about him was that he was described
as an abscess. And so you see this
a lot in the text that the Martian warrior is described
as a pus-filled little guy, as an ulcer but often as an abscess. Interestingly that Semitic word describing
Mars as fire and lightning and meteor, it also means abscess. The Mesopotamian God Nergal himself
was known as the pimply one. But the same word also means
lightning or ecstatic. Well, this is a current
picture of the planet Mars. I think it’s easy to see that if this object appeared in
the northern circumpolar heavens, that you might easily say that that
looks like a pimply formed god. We noted that the last
characteristic of the Latin God was that he was the god
of the spring. Now, that doesn’t quite jibe
with the others at first sight. And yet, Australian
Aboriginal tradition also remembers the planet Mars
as the god of the spring. So this little guy was the head
honcho of their warrior societies. They painted themselves red
as they headed into war but they said the red star was
seen to be responsible for spring and he personified sexual
activity and fertility. Interestingly enough, a very similar
tradition is found in an early Chinese text where the red star is associated with the
arrival of spring, the beginning of the year, the exact
same thing as the Latin God Mars is associated with the
beginning of the year. And it’s in the
beginning of spring. So this is my conclusion. The sacred traditions attached
to the Latin God Mars, far from reflecting the different class
structures of archaic Indo-European culture, encode the remembered
history of the planet Mars, albeit much humanized
and historicized. A radical rewriting of
history is in order. We’ve only just begun. And I think, if you think about these images
and think about Mars moving close to Earth, look at the physical
structure of Mars now. What would you expect? I mean, Mars looks like a destroyed
planet, a scarred planet. If it engaged in these catastrophes
well within the memory of man, would you expect to see
something like that? Would that help explain why Mars
doesn’t have an atmosphere? Like most other planets. Why Mars’ oceans of water have
apparently been ripped off? Why rocks from Mars have
been ripped off the planet and deposited on
the planet Earth? If Mars participated
in these disasters, like Dave and I have been talking
about for 30-some years, what would that tell you about the
likelihood of current life on Mars? I mean, it’d be pretty tough to imagine
anything other than single celled animals or primitive, you know, primitive
organisms living up there now. Certainly, these folks talking about
the pyramids being up on Mars and Martians invading
us every now and then, they’re pretty unlikely to
be right, I would suggest. Thank you very much,
I appreciate it.

43 Replies to “Ev Cochrane: Mars in Ancient Myth and Religion | EU2017”

  1. Any "expert" in history, anthropology, or archeology seems to be a matter of "consensus" among peers and nothing more. In other words, whose interpretation do you "like" better. One can't help but think of 'The Emperor's New Clothes". Great thought provoking presentation!!👍

  2. given in an Electric Universe, with most celestial objects (galaxies, stars, planets (and smaller spherical peers)) form via electric twisting paired birkeland currents at z-pinch plasmoid points (often paired; typically lopsided), and intensely reactive as elements form and sort according to marklund convection order … and then in reverse process, of disintegration via EDM (electric discharge machining) !!!

    it's entirely fair to picture most such bodies in the recent past as all being in a more active plasmic cometary "glow mode" (thus: real "electric" stars)

    and originally positioned in our sun's polar axis, above or below, solar north or solar south axes, and over time, migrated away from their solar axis position, down to their calmer less violent "quieter orbits" farther away from our sun

    lopsided pairs, are as follows:

    Venus was paired with Mercury
    whilst both were much closer to each other during their more plasmically violent cometary glow mode, they went through the reverse electric process of disintegration, where the two violently discharged electrical (machining) differences till mercury was left barren and cratered, and venus was left with a scorched surface, with remnant atmosphere intact

    our Earth was paired with a glow-mode Moon (much less violent … thank God!)

    Mars was paired with Ceres (their violent sky EDM plasmic lightning battle show was exclusively world reknowned in ancient history)
    along with other nearby pairs, too; but the others did not survive the plasmic electromagnetic discharge "EDM lightning battles", and the asteroid belt as we know them in their distant "quiet orbit" today (chunkified moonlets) … many are lopsided pairs, still not completely split apart after initial formation, many asteroids having lingered on as roaming lopsided peanut-twin-bodied-shaped comets

    Jupiter paired with Saturn, along with other smaller pairs, plus their assorted graveyard of "EDM lightning battle" casualties (chunkified moonlets) and residual rings (more tinier bits from EDM battles)

    Uranus paired with Neptune, along with other smaller pairs, plus their assorted graveyard of "EDM lightning battle" casualties (chunkified moonlets) and residual rings (more tinier bits from EDM battles)

    Pluto paired with Charon, along with other smaller pairs, plus their assorted graveyard of "EDM lightning battle" casualties (chunkified moonlets) and residual rings (more tinier bits from EDM battles)

    all pairs, other than Earth+Moon, and Venus+Mercury, migrated farther from the sun's polar axis (twisted birkeland current) position of initial formation, and journeyed past Earth+Moon orbit over our Earthly ancient skies, and settle out "unpaired" in their modern day "quiet orbits" in a much less spectacular "retired" mode … out to pasture, far less plasmically violent than before, less cometary, less star-like, more "dark mode" than ever … hence "planets = ex-stars"

    likewise, our moon is now only a mere "sunlight reflector", heavily cratered via EDM, charred blackened grey (albedo close to that of fresh or old? asphalt) … no longer a bright plasmically glowing "lesser light that rules the night" (Genesis)

    no doubt electrical activity still goes on for all modern day "ex-stars" (planets), but nowhere close to cometary "star mode"
    only our sun remains in "full plasmic cometary star mode" … until it goes "dark" (black: Revelations)

  3. So glad these are coming out from the Conference last year, like most Electric Universe stuff it's so logical as well as scientific, something that's been missing from the Sciences for a long time.

  4. What's all that constant rocking to and fro, from one leg to another? Did this man have to pee or something? He also needs to quit smacking his lips after every sentence. It sounds like he's a kid chomping on bubble gum. This is not only distracting, but unprofessional as well.

  5. It seems like whenever the EU gets on a roll with hard evidence that the mainstream can't ignore forever, they shoot themselves in the foot with the conjuring of religious zealots of yesteryear, AS THOUGH a diatribe about how ignoramuses felt all kinds of scary about the sky-gods and their pimply faces is going to be the "ah-ha" moment that turns it all around so we can finally get away from the pointless and pricey math-magic that is pursued by blind guides in misguided mainstream science. It could only do harm to the cause to bank of the "discoveries" of dead dogma of religious dummies that didn't know they were even looking at planets when they saw there "god" do something they didn't understand … presuming they weren't just making up the stories out of shear boredom or to dress up the lore so as to keep it fresh. PLEASE GO BACK TO THE SCIENCE and keep the fever-dreams of cavemen to the work of anthropology.

  6. funny that this lecture is about a planet (god) that brings people to anger and rage, then i look through the comments and suddenly i see evidence of this.

    incidentally, the hebrew word "malach" has multiple meaning, two of them are "god" (as in greek gods) and "star" (as in celestial body)

    heres some more fuel for the fire:

    from: http://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Four_Horsemen_of_the_Apocalypse
    The Red Horse of the Apocalypse
    The second horseman is described as riding a red horse: "When the Lamb opened the second seal, I heard the second living creature say, 'Come!' Then another horse came out, a fiery red one. Its rider was given power to take peace from the earth and to make youtubers slay each other. To him was given a large sword" (Rev 6:3-4 NIV).

    The rider of the second horse is generally held to represent War. The red color of his horse represents blood spilled on the battlefield. He carries a great sword, which represents battle and fighting. The Red horse is also said to represent the planet Mars, the planet of the god of war.

    incidentally, apocalypse means "uncovering" maybe referring to the loss of earths protective magnetic field that will likely cause all the hell on earth that its titling suggest.

    peace, er' i mean WAAARRRR!!!!

  7. The word martial derives from the planet Mars, also the Italian word for Tuesday which is Martedì means that it was the day dedicated to Mars. Mars had and still has a month dedicated to him which is March.
    Sky is so boring these days. Back in the day people were just spending evenings outdoor watching the sky and gossiping about plenetarian affairs, these were the days.

  8. In ancient Greek Aires ( corrected to Ares to satisy pendantic nonce;jrg mty.) is represented by a Ram not a Wolf, the Ram being a pan hellenic central cultural motif during classical period 5th to 3rd century BC.

  9. Overall, very interesting. It's unfortunate that Mr. Cochrane tried to draw some parallels to Biblical figures, particularly the man people call "Jesus," which is a tenuous parallel, at best.

    I'm very intrigued, however, when the Bible describes a future, wicked king who, among other things, honors the god of war. Given the prominence of the phoenix in our culture, a figure which is reborn from the flames much like Cochrane describes Hercules, I have to wonder how close to home this is. In America we have been distracted by a bald eagle, but the root of it is still the Roman phoenix, much like the phoenix on the German flag and in many European royal families' crests. Hitler even called himself "kaiser," which is a transliteration of "caesar" (which is NOT pronounced "see'-zur"). Given our leaders' seemingly insatiable desire for war, I wonder how much of it is subconscious and how much is an explicit choice to (secretly) honor their god of war.

  10. Further more , since the spineless nonce michael hesetine troll channel chose to pick a fight; The wolf was a cultural motif for the Spartans , spartans were Dorians, and as such not native Hellens.
    The figety Mr Chochrane should do a little more homework, being a part of the thunder-bolt crowd- some sort of critical analysis would be central and welcome.

  11. I don't really like saying this,. but the guy's rocking back and forth made me feel like he did not like being there and that something other than his topic was eating at him. Had to cut is short at less than two minutes.

  12. I cannot say this categorically but from my light study of ancient gods as the Judaeo-Christian Bible and Apocryphal perspective, it 'seems' to me that ALL ancient gods were loose renditions of Satan!
    Some Stories/renditions/myths with more and with less hero or even Victim status for Satan/Lucifer/Saturn/Mars.
    The Ancient god Cronus is a representation of Judaeo-Christian 'God the Father' depicted as Insanely paranoid and jealous of his own offspring (His angels?) to where he Eats them alive!
    That would led me to consider Mars as Lucifer and Fire either purification or punishment.

  13. The link between myth and plasma is one that really sets the EUT apart from the dismissive nature of the current academics… https://youtu.be/P952WZqoFMk Keep up the good work friends!

  14. The very ancients copped a series of cosmic plasma events in their sky. Hence the now state of Mars. Earth had already suffered some of this, long before, and will do so again.

  15. Thank you Ev, for another piece of the puzzle to be considered. At 12: 41, in answer to the printed question:
    Ha, no, not at all. Mars is a physical entity, composed of physical elements. Mars cannot speak. In 6 days the real Most High created the heavens and the earth. With the information from EU we're seeing more accurate evidence of how it was done, and the results produced. It can be considered likely the disorder in the solar system we see today was caused by the same source as one of the Biblically recorded disruptions of the order, such as Joshua's long day, or Genesis 1: 2.

  16. Cú Chulainn: The Legend of The Irish Hulk (Irish Mythology Explained)


  17. Ed, please take this as constructive criticism. Reading your slides to your audience removes their attention from your presentation. They can read the slides for themselves. Add something to the information on the slides to give your presentation "added value."

  18. That was a nice trick that Satan did. to trick us all into fighting each other all over the planet , and knowingly or unknowingly ,all worshiping the same War God.

  19. my name is mark and i have glasses. i am a blind one. in astrology the only planet that's boosted is mars by 161% ON Astromatrix

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