by Evan Randolph

Basic Thesis:
Athena was the Holy Spirit of
Constantine / Council Nicea


2700 yr old hidden texts found-
Athena linked to Divine Wisdom
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1900 yr old texts just located-
links Athena to creation

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PNOE only appears twice in the New Testament
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his 1600 yr old text links "pnoe" to Divine Wisdom
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DIVINE WISDOM (an evolution of Athena) IS THE HOLY SPIRIT

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BACKGROUND ON ROMAN TRINITY- Minerva part of Capitoline Triad-
Built in 509 BC, the largest temple in Rome was called Jupiter Optimus Maximus on the Capitoline Hill.(see footnote 1)

The interior of the temple was divided into three rooms, dedicated not only to Jupiter but also to his consort Juno and the
goddess Minerva. Collectively they are known as the Capitoline Triad, and when Roman power had expanded to encompass an empire, the central temple of many Roman cities - in Italy and further afield - was often dedicated to this Capitoline Triad. (see footnote 2)

Temple of Jupiter Optimus Maximus on Capitoline Hill, Rome-
The Ancient City, Peter Connolly & Hazel Dodge, Oxford Press, p. 170

Minerva (Athena) was a member of the Roman Trinity (Capitoline Triad)
500 years prior Christ.

Constantine the Great (272-372 CE) believed the Palladium (a statue of Athena) protected Rome.
Constantine "diminished none of the priveleges of the sacred virgins---" Quote from Symmachus references the late emporer Constantine's policy. (see footnote 3)

The circular Temple of Vesta- The Ancient City, Peter Connolly & Hazel Dodge, Oxford Press, p. 172
The priestly office of the College of Vestal Virgins was created by the second King of Rome. The Vestal Virgins
guarded the Palladium and kept the sacred fire burning. (see footnote 4)
The Palladium was an image of Pallas Athena on which the safety of the city depended (see footnote 5),
In Greek & Roman writings, Odysseus and Diomedes stole the Palladium from Troy and thus
defeated the city. (see footnote 5)
The College of Vestal Virgins ended in 391 CE when disbanded by Theodosius I. (see footnote 4)

Shortly thereafter, in 410 CE- the Visigoths sacked Rome (see footnote 6)

Constantine honors Athena & Nike by placing them above his army on his Arch commemorating his victory. Constantine defeated Maxentius at Milvian Bridge in 312 CE. The Arch of Constantine was erected in 315 CE to celebrate this victory. The medallions and copy on this Arch show Constantine's appreciation of the support of Athena & Nike in his victory. (see footnote 7)

Athena in chariot with Nike above rising above opposing force. This medallion appears on Constantine's Arch
directly above scene of Constantine's army leaving Rome to meet Maxentius. (see footnote 8)
This scene above portrays the Orphic Hymn to Athena "You driver of steeds... bearing Victory in your arms!" ( see footnote 9)

Athena in chariot with Nike above coming down on opposing force. This medallion appears directly above
scene of Constantine's army (after victory over Maxentius) entering Rome in triumph. (see footnote 8)

Here is the complete scene showing Athena & Nike directly above Constantine's army
entering Rome in triumph, Constantine in his chariot on the left.
(see footnote 10)

Constantine honors Athena goddess of wisdom when he states on his Arch (lines 3 & 4 above):
"...quod instinctu divinitatis mentis magnitudine..."
this translated: "...since through divine inspiration and great wisdom..."
(for inscription- see footnote 8, translation- see footnote 11)

In 330 CE Constantine moved his seat of government from Rome to Byzantium, later called Constantinople. (see footnote 12)
Constantine the Great erected the first church of Hagia Sophia (Divine Wisdom) in Byzantium.(see footnote 13)
Few structures remain of Constantine's Byzantium except a huge column which he erected.(see footnote 14)
This column stands 120 feet high. Constantine topped it with a colossal bronze statue of Apollo, supposedly the work of Phidias. Underneath this pillar, it is said that Constantine had buried the Palladium which he had removed from Rome. (see footnote 15)

Constantine's 120 foot column in Constantinople with the Palladium buried underneath. (see footnote 16)

The Athena statue in the Parthenon was huge and in place for
867 years
(until destroyed by Christians).

Athena Parthenos, Greek goddess of Wisdom. (Parthenos means Virgin). This statue reproduces, with a slight variation in posture, the celebrated Athena Parthenos by Phidias in the Parthenon. The huge statue, approx. 42 feet tall, dominated the interior of the Parthenon in Athens, Greece. She held a shield upright with a snake coiled within it; the other hand held a Nike (Victory). Phidias' massive statue of Athena stood in the Parthenon 438 BCE until 429 CE, a total of 867 years.The reproduction above is 2nd century CE. Athens Museum. New Larousse Encyclopedia of Mythology, p. 107
Athena's dress was covered in gold, the value of which in today's dollars would be $12,000,000. (see Footnote 23)

Here is a full sized reproduction of Athena-

This full-scale replica of Athena Parthenos, Greek goddess of Wisdom, is 41 feet 10 inches tall and weighs 12 tons. The goddess of victory (Nike) in Athena's right hand is 6 feet 4 inches tall. (see Footnote 24 ref Athena statue)
Located in Nashville, TN, Athena Parthenos is the centerpiece of a full scale replica of the ancient Parthenon
(see Footnote 25 ref Parthenon, Nashville)

Here is Evan Randolph (lower right) standing in front of 42 foot statue of Athena
in the Parthenon, Nashville. Note how Evan's Nike sneakers lit up for the occasion.

42 foot Athena as seen from the side between the pillars of the Parthenon, Nashville.


Plato (429-348 BCE) states that the Goddess Athena is both "...a lover of war and a lover of wisdom..." (see Plato Timaeus 24d- footnote 26).
Plato Cratylus 407a-b - "The ancients seem to have had the same belief about Athena as the interpreters of Homer have now; for most of these, in commenting on the poet, say that he represents Athena as mind (nous) and intellect (dianoia); and the maker of names seems to have had a similar conception of her, and indeed he gives her the still higher title of "divine intelligence" (hê theou noêsis), seeming to say: This is she who has the mind of God (Theonoa)..."
(see footnote 26)
Plato wrote about wisdom in a female context; she can be found in all her purity in the other world, where the souls go after death. (Plato, Phaedo, The Harvard Classics 1909, p. 57)

800 BC- The Greek goddess of Wisdom Athena appeared 162 times in HOMER'S ODYSSEY. She came down from heaven and provided significant help to Odysseus in his earthly travails. (see footnote 27)
It is interesting that Athena & Odysseus planned the recovery of Odysseus's wife and home on Apollo's grand festal day (Odyssey 20:307). This change around of Odysseus's fortunes, long in decline and now on the upswing, occured at the Winter Solstice, then December 25th--Apollo's festal day! (see Footnote 28).
Apollo was a sun god, a healer-god, the god of divination and prophecy, shepherd-god, in addition to archer-god
(New Larousse Encyclopedia of Mythology- pg 113) and was born on December 25th, the winter solstice.

"Christian antipathy to paganism is ungrateful, since it derives every element of its theology, ritual and symbolism, along with its sacred scriptures, from that source; it reconstructed its entire dogma over the model of pagan, that is, of Platonic and Aristotelian philosophy; it has perpetuated the celebration of most of the pagan religious festivals; and, finally, it has adopted, as its own policy, the pagan emphasis on esotericism." See footnote 29

Early Christians destroy Athena's statue in the Parthenon in 429 CE
Athena installed in her Temple the Parthenon in Athens in 438 BCE, atop the Acropolis. (see footnote 30)
Athena remained enshrined inside the Parthenon until 429 CE (a total of 867 years), when "The Temple of Goddess Athena (Parthenon) on the Acropolis of Athens is sacked." (see Footnote 31)
"The Christians, under the emperor Theodosius II, removed the statue to Byzantium, where it was stripped of its
gold and destroyed without a trace."
(see Footnote 32)

"The most important symbol of Greek heathenism, the Parthenon, was changed in the seventh century into a church for Aghia Sophia, the divine wisdom..."
(see footnote 33)
This shows beyond any doubt that the Christian Church linked Divine Wisdom to Athena.
"It is by no means coincidence that the chief temples of Pagan Athens and Christian Constantinople were both dedicated to Wisdom. The Parthenon as the shrine of the Goddess Athena, Goddess of Wisdom, and Justinian's Great Church both showed respect for "Sophia" which has always been one of the chief traits of the Greek mind."
(see footnote 34)

The Return of Athena--- reclaiming our universal protectress

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