The Olympian events continue to be a major pagan ritual as it was since its inception during the ancient Greek civilization. Contrary to popular belief, the event hosts more than just games. London Olympics 2012 is probably going to be one of the biggest occult ritual till date, not to forget the Athens Olympics 2004 that was packed with ritualistic symbolism. The term ‘Olympic’ springs from Olympus or Olympos, a Greek god as well as a mythical location of the 12 Greek gods.
The ancient pagan Greeks took their religious deities very seriously. Everything they did revolved around their gods and goddesses. The Olympics was in fact a religious celebration rather than a sporting event that including all kinds of immorality, from animal (and occasionally human) sacrifices to sexual revelry to religious chants and feasts dedicated to their deities. For several centuries, the event was held every fourth years, as it is today. In ancient Greece, it was the longest religious festival as well as the longest sporting event — and it continues to be in this day and age.
Zeus was the main god that was honored during the religious athletic event. He was known as the king of the Olympians. The participants would stand before an enormous 40-feet high statue of the god holding a lightning bolt, swearing oaths to him at his temple in Olympia. Only men participated in the Games back then, and they would do so naked.
At the beginning of the event, the “eternal flame” was lit by virgins in honor of Hera, Zeus’ sister and wife. The same flame is seen held by the Statue of Liberty and Paramount Pictures.
This polytheistic rituals lasted several hundred years before it was a banned in 394 A.D. by Emperor Theodosius of Rome in response to the spread of Christianity across the Roman empire. He realized the horrendous pagan acts carried out during the Olympic events went against the prevailing Christian belief.
Birth of Modern Olympics
Baron Pierre, a Jesuit/Freemason (no surprises) revived the pagan spirit of the Games in 1892. He was the father of the International Olympic Committee.
‘Baron de Coubertin so loved the religion of the games that his heart was buried in the temple of Apollo in Olympia. To Coubertin, the Olympian athlete was himself a god. In an 1892 proposal of the revival of the games, Coubertin said, “The first essential characteristic of the Olympics, both ancient as well as modern, is to be a religion. It represents, above and outside the Churches, humanity’s superior religion.” Today, more revival of the ‘spirit’ of the games is being promulgated by many.’ — Source
The event is NO different today. It’s pagan to its core. Ritualistic acts abound. Greek deities are present on medals; the flame is lit, every beginning as a ceremonial implication. One of the acts of pagan rituals include excessive sex with multiple/unknown partners. The same happens during the Olympic events “behind-the-scenes” as described by US gold medalist, Hope Solo:
“With a once-in-a-lifetime experience, you want to build memories, whether it’s sexual, partying or on the field. I’ve seen people having sex right out in the open. On the grass, between buildings, people are getting down and dirty.” Source
Sexual activities in the open or behind doors is an essential ritual of ancient pagan religions.
Live in the Fear of God
For those of us who are called by the LORD our God to live a life separate from that of the world, let us be ware that we don’t get heavily involved in this satanic event as we will be watching a pagan ritual unfold. Be on your guard! Let us not become like the Israelites who worshiped the golden calf and reveled in its glory when they thought Moses was not returning.
And Jesus said to them, “You are those who justify yourselves in the sight of men, but God knows your hearts; for that which is highly esteemed among men is detestable in the sight of God. – Luke 16:15
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