Parthenon Code Power Point CD
With viewable trailer and sample chapter on Power Point Viewer
"This PowerPoint Presentation is the most vivid and enlightening visual presentation on the ancient Greek world I have ever seen. You will understand the true meaning of Greek myth/art, and its connection to the events described in Genesis once you've seen it. It is astounding and revolutionary: the history of the human race in vase paintings and sculpture."
"The PowerPoint demonstrates irrefutably that ancient Greek artists tell the same story as the Book of Genesis, but from the opposite view that the serpent enlightened, rather than deceived, humanity in paradise. This is the question: How could I and the academic world have missed such obvious, magnificent, and yet simple artistic messages from the very people who created the living basis of our culture?"
"The Parthenon Code book is great, highly recommended, and the PowerPoint is fantastic. While the Hebrews had their written history, Greek sculptors and vase-painters, as a class of artisans, historians, and intellectuals, presented the heart of their history and the core of their beliefs in brilliant images meant to be understood by the everyday Greek. Now, thanks to the book and the PowerPoint presentation, we can understand it.
"Without mentioning evolution once, this PowerPoint soundly refutes Darwinism. The Greeks knew where we came from, and it wasn't from reptiles and monkeys."
Nancy Beth Fisher
"In 1770, Voltaire wrote of the Parthenon, 'Come forth, be reborn, beloved Arts, from beneath the wretched ruins whose fragments concealed you; assume once more your ancient brilliance.' With the help of computer artist, Holmes Bryant, Robert Bowie Johnson, Jr. has brought back to us that ancient brilliance."
CONTENTS OF VOLUME I OF THE POWERPOINT (600 SLIDES)
INTRODUCTION: Reclaiming What Weve Lost of Our Greek Heritage (42 Slides)
A reminder of how Greek our culture really is: sports, drama, comedy, science, language, democracy, and the way we think.
Why haven't we understood what meant the most to the Greekstheir religion?
PART 1: The Pieces of the Puzzle (37 Slides)
What we have to work with as we reconstruct the east pediment: the words of Pausanias, the Parthenon sculptures in the British Museum, sculptural fragments in the Akropolis Museum, the 1674 drawings of Jacques Carrey, relevant paintings and literature from the ancient period.
PART 2: The Four Central Figures (18 Slides)
The overwhelming evidence for putting Zeus, Hera, Athena, and Hephaistos in the center of the pediment.
PART 3: The True Identity of Athena (47 Slides)
AthenaThe reborn serpent-friendly Eve.
PART 4: The True Identity of Zeus (53 Slides)
ZeusThe ancient serpent transfigured into an image of Adam.
PART 5: The True Identity of Hera (33 Slides)
Herathe sister/wife of Zeus and the primal Eve.
PART 6: The True Identity of Hephaistos (56 Slides)
HephaistosThe eldest son of Zeus and Hera is Kain, the eldest son of Adam and Eve.
PART 7: The Background of Athenas Birth: Nyx (12 Slides)
Nyxthe departing Darkness out of which arose paradise.
PART 8: The Background of Athenas Birth: The Hesperides (17 Slides)
The HesperidesA picture of paradise.
PART 9: The Background of Athenas Birth: Atlas (14 Slides)
AtlasGreek humanity pushes away the heavens, and with them, the God of the heavens.
PART 10: The Background of Athenas Birth: Hermes (34 Slides)
Hermesthe deified Cush of Babylon connects the ancient paradise with the rebirth of the serpent-friendly Eve.
PART 11: The Power and Promise of Athena's Birth: Helios (14 Slides)
HeliosThe rising sun heralds the birth of Athena and the new Greek age.
PART 12: The Power and Promise of Athena's Birth: Herakles (80 Slides)
The immortal HeraklesNimrod transplanted to Greek soil.
PART 13: The Power and Promise of Athena's Birth: The Three Fates (12 Slides)
The Three FatesDeath turned back by the immortal Athena.
PART 14: The Power and Promise of Athena's Birth: Nike (24 Slides)
Nike amplifies the victory of Zeus and Athena.
PART 15: Summary (56 Slides)
A review of the east pediment and the overall sculptural theme of the Parthenon.
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