Athena and Kain: The True Meaning of Greek Myth

A revolutionary new book which explains for the first time:
Book cover of Athena and Kain.
Painting of Adam, Eve, a serpent, and an apple. How the Greek religious system relates directly to the early events described in the Book of Genesis.
Vase-painting of Nereus. How the Greeks depicted the Flood and their version of Noah in sculpture and vase-paintings.
Vase-painting of Kentaurs. Why the Greeks were obsessed with sculpting and painting the half-men/half-horses known as Kentaurs.
Vase-painting of Herakles killing an Amazon. Why Greek heroes had to kill women warriors known as Amazons.
Sculpture of a Greek god stepping on a Giant's head. The meaning of the Greek gods’ epic defeat of the so-called Giants (the Yahweh-believing sons of Noah).
Vase-painting of Herakles killing Eurystheus with the Erymanthian Boar. The religious significance of the 12 labors of Herakles.
Sculpture of a Kentaur carrying off a woman. The meaning of the sculptures on the temple of Zeus at Olympia (2 pediments and 12 metopes).
Sculpture of Athena and Poseidon. The real meaning of the “contest” between Athena and Poseidon depicted on the west pediment of the Parthenon.
Painting of Athena with spear and shield. The identity of the infamous “mother of the prostitutes” (Revelation 17:5).

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