Greek Mythology – Energy Reading

The idea that religious figures both new and more ancient are actually in relation to aliens and inter dimensional ideas is not a new idea, and I’ve been wanting for a while to dedicate some time into talking about this in a more specific sense. I’ve gathered a list of Earthly religions and I’ve been setting aside time to learn about them as much as I can, and while obviously I am never going to be an expert on literally every school of thought that is on here, if even an expert on one of them, I want to share my learning experience with everyone that reads this blog too.

I’ve got an order of what I’ll be talking about and when, and at random Greek Mythology was the first on the list to be posted about (if it means anything, since I’ve been promising this forever, Egypt is the next one on the list and I’m sorry it’s been so long coming.). I’ve been asked about Greek mythology before, and while I really don’t consider myself knowledgeable about most of the things in this version of things, it’s a good place to start.

There is a lot to cover with Greek Mythology, from the number of significant figures, myths, rituals, etc, so I’m going to break it up in my posts. But before we get too into any of that, it’s important to keep some things in mind.

When in regards to talking about which figures are real and which are more a personification of an idea, just because a person’s/god’s/goddess’/whatever have you’s energy is real, does not mean that all the stories about them are real, or that the way they are portrayed in certain ideologies is 100% accurate. Religions are stories, and people exaggerate, lie (especially when a religion becomes a political power, like Greek Mythology very much was within Greece’s long history), or otherwise just make up things. It happens every day with rumors, exaggerations, etc. You’ve seen it, and ancient peoples were just as bad as now.

Looking into what was going on politically when someone’s believers were around, what was going on socially, and culturally, clears up a lot on why someone might be the god of war, or light or whatever have you, so try to get as much context as possible, and a lot of things will start making sense.

So in regards to hearing that a person’s energy is real, when reading about them and their mythos specifically, be skeptical of what is real and what isn’t. If something doesn’t feel right, it’s because it isn’t.

I’d also, just because this is the topics talked about on this blog, like to point out that when reading things about religions, people and all that, try and see how it fits into everything that we talk about on here, and I think you’ll be surprised just how many things connect with it.

Always be skeptical of everything you read or hear, and look for the patterns that arise, it’s really quite amazing.

But past all of that, this is an energy reading of figures in Greek Mythology. I’m not going to be giving the real names of any individuals, either because I don’t know their real name (I don’t know everyone, you know haha), or because it’s not my business or right to be disclosing something like that. I hope you find it of interest.

I’ve put it in categories of real energies, personifications of ideas, unification, and tales of morality. (One last note, there is a LOT of figures and characters, etc in Greek Mythology, so these are just SOME of them, but it will be updated as I continue looking into things. So, if you’re interested in someone and they aren’t on here yet, they will be eventually. I’ve already been working on this fucking post for a month, and I got impatient and tired of waiting to post it so, here it is now. Anyways, last point, on with the show, yeah?)

Real Energies
The one that’s probably the most interesting, especially those that currently take part in this ideology. These are the figures that have at least a little footing in the realms of a real physical or astral encounter of inter dimensional beings and humans on Earth. I’ll list what they represent in Greek Mythology for those that aren’t familiar with them, and what kind of energy they are (and if it was a physical life of that energy, or astral encounters.). I won’t be going into if they were a good person or not, and don’t see me saying they are a certain thing means anything about if they had a positive or negative influence on people, it’s more just a basic information on where they are from.

Aphrodite : The Goddess of love, beauty, sexual pleasure, and fertility. She was originally based on a reptilian female in the astral realm.

Apollo : God of the Sun, light, music, poetry, healing, plagues, prophecy, knowledge, order, beauty, archery and agriculture. He’s based on an ascended shadow person within the astral realm – twin flames with Artemis (IE his higher self and his “sister’s” higher self, is the same, they are two halves of one energy, which does get misread as siblings a lot when talking to human beings, so that happens a lot here.)

Ares : God of war. He’s based on an energy that is half pleiadian, half reptilian.

Artemis : Goddess of the hunt, the moon and Chasity. She’s the twin flame to Apollo but she is ascended reptilian. Their higher self is reptilian/shadow person. She is the ascended version of Aphrodite, IE the more “pure” and “worthy version” – hence the Chasity, as a woman’s virginity was important to the ancient Greeks. Virgins are pure and all that bullshit.

Hestia : Goddess of the hearth. She’s the same energy as Hecate, goddess of Magick and witchcraft. She’s a pleiadian that originally came to earth to help connect humans to their magick understanding. These were physical encounters, and astral encounters.

Dione : First oracle of Greece. She was the life of a pleiadian channeling messages to human beings.

Lelantos : Air, hunters’ skill of stalking prey, and the unseen. Not so much a specific person, but interactions between air and forest fae and human beings. A group of them specifically in Greece.

Mnemosyne : Goddess of memory. She is based off a pleiadian who was visiting to help people remember their past lives. This is astrally speaking, speaking to people mostly in their dreams.

Pheobe : The moon, Oracle of Delphi, goddess of prophecy. Another life of a pleiadian that came here to channel messages to human beings. Related to Dione but not the same energy.

Themis : The law, undisputed order, divine right. This was an encounter between human beings and an Arcturian, who was trying to explain the need for the things mentioned him being a god of, when it comes to group ascension, much like how the Arcturians did.

Hermes : Roads, flocks, commerce, animal husbandry, language, and thieves. He was a life of a pleiadian that was there to channel, but less strictly so than the oracles, and not originally from Greece. He and Dionysus are twin flames, and relations to Apollo are just story (in fact, most people’s “relations” in this mythology are just bullshit, take it all with a grain of salt. Most relations in Greek Mythology are that way due to what the god/goddess stands for, and not so much actual anything to do with much else.)

Astraeus : God of dusk and winds. He was another encounter with an entity that is both pleiadian and reptilian. He was there to protect other pleiaidans that were visiting Earth.

Menoetius : Violent anger, rash action and human mortality. A life of a very conscious reptilian who came to Earth to further the annunaki’s ideology.

Adonis : God of beauty and desire. He is a life of a reptilian.

Aeolus : He was the “keeper of winds”, in relation to the winds that will be talked about later in the list. He was an air fae that was helping said “winds” to make contact with the physical plane.

Agathodaemon : Vineyards, fields, provides luck, health, and wisdom. Not so much one person, but the fae that are associated with wine and wine making. Daemon is another name for fae.

Amphitrite : Sea Nymph, and most (but not all) of the specific nymphs in Greek mythology are encounters with water fae or faeries.

Anemoi : Four wind gods, Boreas (North), Notus (South), Zephyrus (West), Eurus (East). This group of people aren’t actually related like said in Greek mythology, but rather a part of an organization in Drahana’d that was working to help reptilians ascend. Boreas and Eurus are brother and sister, both reptilian from Drahana’d, Zephyrus was a pleiadian who had disguised himself as reptilian in order to try and help teach people about ascension (since down there, it is not common knowledge/illegal to try), and Notus is a reptilian/faerie. They rarely visited Earth, but the stories of them working down there worked its way to Earth via stories and dreams.

Ate : Mischief and ruin. This is based on the run ins with banshees, a type of unseelie aos si air fae. Whether or not Ate is a specific individual isn’t something I personally know, but its at least based on one or two.

Dysnomia : Spirit of lawlessness, another based on run ins with unseelie fae (most likely vampires), but I’m not sure if it’s an individual or not.

Limos (starvation and famine) and is based off of unseelie fae that liked to mess with farmers.

Asopus : Group of river gods, IE water fae.

Calypso : Nymph who captured Odysseus. A shadow person, also known as ether fae, and fae are well known for kidnapping human beings, especially in their earlier encounters with each other like in more ancient times.

Clytie : Water Nymph – water fae

Daphne : Water Nymph – water faerie

Circe : Powerful enchantress with herbs and could turn people into animals. She is based off of a life of a reptilian female within the annunaki, different from reptilian encounters in that Annunaki tend to be much more powerful and present/conscious in their lives.

Britomartis : Mountains and hunting originally, became a mountain nymph. She was based on a fae in Crete, however the story was changed drastically for political reasons.

Hygeia : Good health, cleanliness, and hygiene. She was a Lemurian woman who would speak to people in their dreams, often telling them how to take care of themselves in their path and daily lives as a way to help this second planet.

Iasion : Started rituals on the island of Samothrace, he was an ascending human.

Dionysus : Fertility, wine, patron of the arts, joy, divine ecstasy, blind rage. He was a life of an energy that is both pleiadian and shadow person. The same energy as Zephyrus (the west wind.) and later after death spoke to people in the astral realm. He and Hermes’ energy are twin flames.

Hyades : Nymphs of the rain, water fae, obviously.

Iris : Goddess of rainbows and messenger for the gods, in actuality a Lemurian visiting Earth in an attempt to help her people.

Lyssa : Spirit of blind rage, and rabies in animals. Reptilian female.

Maniae : Spirits that personified insanity and madness, see also the Anemoi.

Momus : Satire, mockery, and poets. An astral encounter with a pleiadian.

Keres : Death spirits, these are sightings of ethereal beings like shadow people, walkers, and other types of ether fae that reside in areas of tragedy. They are linked to that of Valkyrie in Norse mythology.

The Charities : The number of charities differed depending on what part of Greece you were in, however they are all based on astral interactions with a young energy both  pleiadian and reptilian, following after their parents. This energy is known for splitting their energy multiple times, hence the differing number.

Aristaeus : Beekeeping, cheese making. He was a life of a ascended reptilian/shadow person.

Asclepius : Medicine, life of an shadow person/pleiadian. He and Aristaeus are half brothers, both sons of Apollo.

Demeter : Corn and agriculture. She is based on an earth fae, known for manifesting on the physical plane in order to grieve the loss of their land from human beings.

Echo : Mountain nymph, a pleiadian who decided to live with earth fae instead of in the Fah’d.

Eileithyia : Goddess of childbirth. A human being woman that was trying to help other women understand their reproduction and health. A physical life of Hecate.

Pan : Wild groves, Shepards, and flocks. He’s based off encounters with an ascended reptilian known for visiting Earth and messing with people for the fun of it. He does have a role in the group in Drahana’d trying to help people ascend as well.

Harmonia : Concord and harmony. She is based off of a female pleiadian who used to be close to Lucifer before he left the Fah’d, though the story was changed to more represent divine feminity and it’s role in ascending.

Cerberus : The dog belonging to Hades, a good example of this.

Phthonus : Personification of envy. The story of a descended pleiadian, or more specifically a descended version of Dionysus, making Nemesis – the goddess of divine retribution and revenge, (Phthonus’ twinflame) a descended version of Hermes. Their higher self had descended – and lived in Drahana’d before leaving via a second ascension – hence Zephyrus returning to help others do the same.
Personifications of Ideas

These are figures that are more based on ideas, and while the name can bring a great sense of connection to said idea, there isn’t any real energy being summoned or anything, more the name is used to bring that attribute from your inner self. All of these names, in every category are to some extent, a personification of ideas, because of how time has changed the stories with cultural shifts, political powers, etc influencing everything, but this group is different in that they were never originally based on a real person, making them personifications instead of interpretations.

Zeus : God of sky and thunder, and king of the gods. He’s the personification of alien activity on Earth. The wars between pleiadians and reptilians, the Lemurian wars of before, things like that.

Hera : Goddess of marriage, family, and welfare of women and children. She’s a personification of the relationship between human beings and inter dimensional beings.

Poseidon : God of the sea. Personification of power over the sea and in the sea,  and the power that civilizations receive when having access to water.

Hades : God of the underworld. The underworld doesn’t so much signify Drahana’d, like the christian version of hell does, IE it isn’t so much a lower plane, but more so represents other planes in general, with Mount Olympius being an interpretation of the Fah’d, and the underworld being the rest of the planes. This is important in understanding Hades because he is a personification of the supernatural things, ghosts and past lives, etc. Dead people’s spirits.

Cronus : Old king of the gods. Personification of the old religions, old for even the Ancient Greeks.

Hyperion : Light, wisdom, and watchfulness. The Eastern pillar that holds Earth and heaven apart, which I’ll explain under Crius. A personification of encounters with Arcturians.

Iapetus : Craftsmanship, and mortality. He is also the pillar of the west that holds Earth and Heaven apart.  He signifies human ability to create and progress, but keeping in mind it existing on the physical plane.

Coeus : Inquisitive minds and intellect, the northern pillar that holds Earth and Heaven apart.

Crius : Crius, the south pillar that holds the Earth and Heaven apart. The pillars were all things that Arcturians were teaching human beings. The pillars of Arcturian philosophy. How this became the pillars that hold Earth and Heaven apart is most likely due to the fact that Arcturians have ascended, and Lemurians have not.

Ophion : The king of the gods before Cronus. He is the personified idea of humans before religion and civilian cultures. A way to explain how humans have evolved.

Oceanus : The sea (personification of the sea). He represents more so the fae that make up the sea, and not so much a person or power like with Poseidon.

Asteria : Goddess of nocturnal oracles and shooting stars, and personification of channeling from other dimensions. Other worldly messages that come to you in the night. Nightly Epiphanies.

Eurynome : Pastureland – personification of the relationship between fae and animals.

Selene : Goddess of the moon. She’s a personification of the moon, and feminine energy in magick. It was brought upon interactions with Hecate’s energy describing how feminine energy can be used in magick, and the link between the moon’s phases and female menstrual cycles. Artemis, as another goddess of the moon, fits into this in that she was the female energy of an entity, along with the male half Apollo, bringing in the relationship and balance between female and male energy in magick.

Styx : River Styx between Earth and the underworld. Personification of the transition between life and death.

Clymene : Renown, fame, and infamy. She was the personification of people’s word of mouth, rumors spreading about people, becoming household names, etc. Things like that. The shit that gets you famous and well known.

Thea : Light, gold, silver and gems’ radiance. She is a personification of womanly beauty.

Aether : Personification of the air gods’ breathe. The ether, obviously. Could also be considered personification of ether beings as well.

Alpheus : The Eponymous River, another river personification that isn’t based on any entity in particular, but more for political reasons.

Astraea : Goddess of innocence. This is a personification of a Lemurian message to their new incarnated selves to not let the past define them this time around, making sure to try and unify together, instead of splitting apart and warring like on the old planet.

Aura : Gentle breeze in the early morning, merely just a personification for the sake of personifying things. However, may be a reference to the idea of air fairies as well.

Chaos : Personification of before the big bang, but could also be referencing the cosmic force of chaos itself.

Erebus : Personification of deep darkness and shadows, based on shadow people as a whole.

Dike : Justice and moral order. This is a personification of socially enforced norms and conventional rules, human justice and society.

Kratos : Personification of brute strength and power. He was to represent divine masculinty, while following the social norms and gender roles of ancient greek society. What was to be expected of men in their idea of divinity.

Morpheus : God of dreams, a representation of shadow people and sleep paralysis.

Philotes : Spirit of friendship and affection. She is a personification of interactions with faeries.

Algea : Personifications of sorrow. This includes Horcus (Personification of the curse that would befall upon any person that broke an oath they had taken. This is in reference to spirit work, the teachings that Hecate had talked about.), Ponos (hard labor and toil), ,the Makhai (see in unifications),  the Phonoi (personification of violent deaths outside of the battlefeild, used to explain why people would murder other people), the Androktasiai (Personifications of manslaughter, summoned from inside to do better in battle), the Pseudologoi (personification of lies), Dysnomia (See real energies), Ate (see real energies), and Lethe (another river in the underworld, personifying unconsciousness and forgetting)

Moros : Personification of impending doom. He was to represent the relationship and messages between channelers and the spirits/entities they are channeling.

Bia : Personification of force.

Gaea : Personification of Earth, basically explaining the fae and how they came to be in the eyes of the ancient Greeks.

Ourea : Children of Gaea that represented the mountains. Less so specific fae or anything, and more the collective fae of mountains and the mountains themselves.

Helios : Personification of the sun – self explanatory.

These are like personifications, in that this group is also personifications. The only difference is I wanted to separate those that represent only ideas, and those that represent ideas and the unification of a certain group of people. Think like how a flag brings people together, these personifications were used to bring people together.

Hephaestus : God of Blacksmiths and fire. This god is very specific for a reason in that he was to signify the Greek version of the free masons – a very early start of that institution. He was more of a unifying symbol, kind of like a flag.

Eurybia : Mastery of seas. He’s much like Hephaestus in that he was to symbolize a group of people, in this case, sailors, something very important to the Greeks for obvious reasons.

Athena : Goddess of wisdom and war. Personification of the political and warring power of Greek civilization, especially of Athens, obviously. Meant to unite the soldiers who fought for Greek ideas and cultural prominence.

Pallas : Warcraft, a personification of certain military strategies and groups within the rankings of the Greek Military.

Adrestia : Revolt and equilibrium. Personification of the need for societies to balance themselves via cultural shifts and revolutions. An idea that pleiadians have been sharing with human beings for many centuries now.

The Makhai : Spirits of battle – Homados, spirit of the battle noise – Alala, spirit of the war cry – Proioxis, spirit of the onrush – Kydoimos, spirit of confusion. These were all personifications of war strategies, used to decide plans and attacks. Most were taken on from other nations.

Eirene : Personification of Peace. She was also used to solidify the war efforts of the states and cities of Greece.

Tales of Morality
What I mean by this is these are figures that exist only in stories, stories that are usually meant to teach you something, like parables in the bible. They are not personifications or interpretations, but merely characters to be set as examples, or to explain historic events.

Rhea : Queen of titans. She was more a place holder in stories, giving birth to more important characters in the mythos, than anything else. A titan version of Hera.

Prometheus and Epimetheus: Fore thinking and afterthought. Represents two different states of mind in the act of making decisions. Used as a way to teach people to think before they act.

Achelous : Supposedly the most important of the river gods, and the Eponymous River. Rivers in Greece have many different gods and goddesses, and while some where interactions with fae, many of them are just stories.

Atlas : Holding up the heavens. He is a story of reaping what you sow, so to speak.

Eos : Goddess of the dawn. More of a place holder than anything else.

Metis : Wisdom, prudence and deep thought. Another means to another god, IE Athena’s creation story.

Tethys : Mother of the Oceanids. She was a way to explain the story of how fae were created on Earth originally.

Moirai : Also known as the Fates – Clotho (spins the thread of lives of mortals, when a person would be born or killed), Lachesis (measures the thread of life), and Atropos (decided how each human would die, cutting the thread of life). These are stories on the idea of fate, how life seems to happen how it does, without any mortal control over it.

Ananke and Chronos: Personification of necessity and fate, and time. This is a  story in reference to the Annunaki and the creation of the physical plane.

Cephissus : Eponymous River, another bullshit river god, there are a lot of those for political reasons.

Castalia : Nympth who became a fountain in Delphi, a story to gain more renown/tourism.

Hermaphorditus : This is a story explaining the idea of twin flames and kindred spirits.

Anteros : God of requited love. A story teaching about love, (un)requited.

Apate : Personification of deceit. She has a part in the story of the beginnings of the annunaki, representing them entering the physical plane as “evil spirits”.

Caerus : Personification of opportunities and favorable moments. Part of the story in learning to take opportunities given to you from the universe.

Deimos : Personification of terror. Meant to be a part of war stories, to further the dread of the tale.
Elpis : Personification of Hope. Another part of the story of the annunaki coming to the physical plane for the first time.

Perses : Destruction and peace. An interaction with aliens that was explaining the balance of the world and how destruction and peace fit into that.

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