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Wednesday, 10 September 2014

Greece, New York - 'Discover The Promise' for Greeks

Just came across this....am a bit slow. Because for such a long time I have been guided to see that places have been named deliberately and from a spiritual perspective truth's can come to light.

The Town of Greece was established in 1822 from part of the Town of Gates and was previously called Northampton. The name "Greece" was selected because of the contemporary struggle of Greece for independence from the Ottoman Empire.

Northhampton is also named in the United Kingdom.
'European settlers began to arrive in the area in the 1790s, and French and British soldiers passed through on multiple occasions during this time period as the two colonial powers struggled to control the region. (Are they ruling over this land and Greek people by deception today?)

On the Royal Duchy of Lancaster, in England 'Athens' has been named,with an industrial estate. In New York there is also a town named Athens...

Lancaster is named in both California and Pennsylvania.

Athens is also named in Georgia.

Smyrna is named in Georgia and in Delaware.

With an Acropolis Temple built in America with a gold statue of Athena and Nike - it is clear a statement is being made with this. Not to worship, but to understand that the Law has been given from Heaven.

Democracy - where people were given the power and Free Will to not only worship God but to look to God in all seriousness as being the ruler over this entire world and the universe.

JF Kennedy spoke about Athenean Law before he was assassinated.  He also spoke about secret oaths and secret societies..What is silenced cannot be silenced forever...What is truth will also be revealed.

The news today have reported the discover of an ancient tomb in Northern Greece with two large statues. It is suggested that this tomb could be linked with Alexander the Great.

GETTY IMAGES/THINKSTOCK

The tomb was found in Greece’s northern Macedonia region, from where Alexander began to forge his empire. It is from Macedonia were Cleopatra was born. 

AP Photo/Culture Ministry

There are several photographs in the article. One of two female figures leading to the unexplored tomb in Amphipolis, Macedonia.  Ancient Greek ἀμφί (amphí means “on both sides')

There is othe news reported that is for a reason. 

Grounded in Greece : Dramatic pictures have emerged of an Ince Denizcilik-owned bulker grounded on the rocks on the Greek island of Astypalaia.

Ince-Inebolu.jpg

The ship was carrying 1,388 tons of fuel oil and 70 tons of diesel oil when it struck the rocks. None of the fuel has spilled from the vessel, authorities say.
Ince Inebolu was en route from Yemen to Russia, without any cargo on board, when the incident occurred.
It is not yet clear when the vessel will be refloated but Piraeus-based Tsavliris Salvage has been on spot since last Friday.
Refloating operations are expected to commence this week.
Attempts to reach the owner for an update were unsuccessful this morning.

Ince Inegolu is named and named have meaning.

Ince is a location named Near Wigan in Lancashire, and also in Cheshire. With Prince Charles being the Earl of Chester, this is in Cheshire too. 

İnebolu is a town and district of the Kastamonu Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey.

 

'n accordance with the population exchange between Greece and Turkey in 1923, the town's Greek inhabitants were exiled to Greece. Many of these emigrants settled in a neighborhood called Inepolis in the Athenian suburb of Nea Ionia.'

In Greek mythology, Astypalaia was a woman abducted by Poseidon 



The island was colonized by Megara or possibly Epidaurus, and its governing system and buildings are known from numerous inscriptions. Pliny the Elder records that Rome accorded Astypalaia the status of a free state.

During the Middle Ages it belonged to the Byzantines until 1207, when - in the aftermath of the Fourth Crusade - it became a fee of the Querini, a noble Venetian family, until 1522. The Querini built a castle that is still in place and added the name of the island to their family name, which became Querini Stampalia. Astypalea was conquered by the Ottoman Empire in 1522, and remained under Ottoman control until 1912, with two interruptions: from 1648 until 1668, during the War of Crete, it was occupied by Venice, and from 1821 to 1828 during the Greek War of Independence.
On April 12, 1912, (during the War of Libya) a detachment of the Regia Marina landed on Astypalaia, which thus became the first island of the Dodecanese to be occupied by Italy. From there the Italians, on the night between the 3rd and 4 May, landed on Rhodes.The island remained under Italian governance until World War II. In 1947, through the Treaty of Paris, it became part of Greece along with the rest of the Dodecanese island group.

There is some scriptural discussion about the Kingdom of Greece, conquest of the Persian empire
 and Alexander the Great, with a link that is posted below. 

The Acropolis came to mind with the renovation work in Athens. We are reverting back to the Spiritual Age - an age of enlightnement - although there is great effort to prevent progress happening.

Before being named Turkey, this was ancient Greece. With New Greece named, there is in America another chapter of Greece that is identified too. Keeping the truth alive with Providence.

With the ship mounting the Rocks in this legal 'Free State' of Greece this has reconnected Greece and Turkey in some way....and with the name Turkey - Mount Tur is where Moses recieved the Ten Commandents. So the Tur-key is being revealed in this, with the castle on the hill too.

Peace be with you
Pauline Maria

No Copyright infringment intended.
https://bible.org/seriespage/chapter-vii-kingdom-greece
http://news.nationalpost.com/2014/09/08/archaeologists-in-greece-find-two-large-marble-statues-at-ancient-tomb-with-possible-link-to-alexander-the-great/
http://www.tradewindsnews.com/casualties/344226/Grounded-in-Greece
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C4%B0nebolu

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