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Old 06-05-2017, 11:20 PM   #287
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It was in 1500 BC that the dragon Venus attacked Earth. This is the planet which had been "expelled from Jupiter's skull" at the time of the confrontation with Saturn (3114 BC), had swung into an elliptical orbit, and would blaze through the sky for 2400 years. Venus is the only 'God' which is almost universally recognized as having been 'born' during historic times, because the birth was seen by humans in 4186 BC (when Saturn went nova), or alternately seen as the separation from Saturn and Jupiter after 3114 BC. In China, Venus was the five-toed imperial dragon. In Mesoamerica, Venus was the feathered serpent Quetzalcoatl. In Greece, she was called Athena, sprung fully armed from the skull of Zeus. In Upper Egypt, she was Isis and Hathor, the celestial cow. In Lower Egypt and Libya, she was the warrior goddess Neith, who persists to classical Greek times. Plato notes that Neith is Athena. She was held as the generatrix of mankind and the mother of the Gods. The Egyptian queens and mothers of the first dozen Horus-named pharaohs after 3100 BC took Neith as their name.

more: http://saturniancosmology.org/moses.php
A lot of this information is incorrect.

I have corrected the mistakes, and given links for all my information:

In China, "Venus or what the Chinese
generally call the "Gold Star" ( jin xing ??)
or "Great White Star" (tai bai xing ???)."

http://www.primaltrek.com/astronomy.html
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In Mesoamerican (Aztec) culture, Venus is Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli:

www.ancient.eu/Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli/
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In Greece, Venus is APHRODITE, "the Olympian goddess of
love, beauty, pleasure and procreation. She was depicted as a beautiful woman"

www.theoi.com/Olympios/Aphrodite.html

[[ You're confusing APHRODITE for "ATHENE (Athena) was
the Olympian goddess of wisdom and good counsel, war, the defence of towns, heroic endeavour, weaving, pottery and various other crafts. She was depicted as a stately woman"

www.theoi.com/Olympios/Athena.html ]]

Venus was aka heosphorus/phosphorus/hesperos by the ancient greeks: www.theoi.com/Titan/AsterEosphoros.html
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Also if 'Neith is Athena', then Neith is not Venus, because, Athena is not Venus.
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