Saturday, May 23, 2009


Helen of Troy is a Saul/Paul Trojan Horse allegory

HELEN OF TROY. According to Greek legend, Helen of Troy was the most beautiful woman in the world. She was the "wife" of Menelaus, king of Sparta via an "arranged" marriage. Aphrodite, the goddess of love, had promised her to Paris, son of King Priam of Troy (see Mede PR), to reward Paris for judging Aphrodite the fairest of the goddesses.

During Menelaus' absence, Paris persuaded Helen to flee with him back to Troy. Agamemnon, the brother of Menelaus, led an expedition against Troy to recover Helen (he lyn). This started the Trojan War, in which Paris was killed. When the Greeks finally captured Troy, Menelaus took Helen, the Trojan Horse ruse, back to Sparta. The Greek poet Homer told the den ruse's story of Helen and the Trojan War in his 'Iliad' (1+1+1+1+4=8).

Doesn't this sound a lot like the ZoroAstrian diaspora of the Judeans (49 years of reprogramming in Persia and a return to Israel, and later, on to Germany/Frankland in 500BC.)

See Step-hen Sackur, the BBC's diaspora's descendant diarrhea bag-lad.

Say CHEESE for the cameraman (merde Amen).

Shit hap-pens all around the LENS.