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Why study Ancient Greek? This is my attempt to inspire interest in learning this Holy and Divine language which holds a close resemblance to those of the Gods.

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[8]

Ancient Greek had a wide range of influence in the Ancient World, expanding far past Greece to places such as Egypt, Constantinople, and really all of what was the eastern part of the Roman Empire. It was an important second language in Rome, as well, being an essential part of education for the elite. [9]

In Egypt, the Ptolemaic Dynasty was a line of Greek pharaohs such as Cleopatra who had Ancient Greek as their mother tongue:
Ptolemaic pharaohs were crowned by the Egyptian high priest of Ptah at Memphis, but resided in the multicultural and largely Greek city of Alexandria, established by Alexander the Great. They spoke Greek and governed Egypt as Hellenistic Greek monarchs, refusing to learn the native Egyptian language. In contrast, Cleopatra could speak multiple languages by adulthood and was the first Ptolemaic ruler known to learn the Egyptian language. [5]

While Cleopatra's learning of the Egyptian language will surely peak interest, it has unfortunately been largely lost for the time being, unlike Ancient Greek:
Philosophically or spiritually, in this order, I would think the best languages for understanding the soul would be Ancient Greek [not modern], Ancient Egyptian [language must be fully restored, almost impossible to learn with all it's hidden connotations that have been (((lost in translation)))] or Sanskrit [as a last resort]. Either of the three would work. -HP. Hoodedcobra666 [6]

Ancient Greek, on the other hand, thankfully remains well-documented and is thus able to be learned and utilized by those willing to put in the time and effort to unlock its many secrets...
The situation with languages is that Ancient Greek and Sanskrit are Divine. The reasons however are in how they are.

The situation of this is not because Sanskrit is the source, but because of how these languages are. The importance is underlined into what these languages have inside them, and so long a language supports certain principles, it's a Holy Language.

I do believe Ancient Greek is actually as old as Sanskrit and I have personal proof in regards to that. Both languages will lead to Divine outcome. Latin is also included here, and it's derived from the underlying concepts of Ancient Greek and Sanskrit. These were certainly what we refer to as "Demonic Language" or "Language of the Gods".

Egyptian has also been based on the same concepts, but these have been lost and largely corrupted, and that's the only reason it's not in the same category.

As long as the principles are maintained, a language is then Holy. Holy language is not always meant for everyday use. Languages form according to people's, the situation is what of these languages does possess most of the powers the Gods have bestowed on these principles.

Ancient Greek is maxed out and is a "perfect language", same as Sanskrit, equally lofty in perfection of these principles. To understand one must study these, and I have studied both. Egyptian is in the same category, but I could never really study it due to lack of connections and true teaching of the language, which seems to have lost a lot in time and especially due to modern translation. Ancient Norse also has many of the underlying principles, too. -HP. Hoodedcobra666 [1]

Ancient Greek is a deeply spiritual language, with multiple layers of meaning through numerology and anagrams:
In Ancient Greek the Name [Satan] would be as follows: Σ-Α-Τ-Α-Ν-Α-Σ.

A common practice in the Ancient Greek System is to move the letters of a word around, to find hidden meanings of said word. This is called "Ana-grammatism" which "Ana" means to reposition. "Gramma" means "Letter".

By applying repositioning of the letters of Σ-Α-Τ-Α-Ν-Α-Σ , we will get another word, which is one of the very obvious secrets hiding behind the Holy Name of God: Α-Ν-Α-Σ-Τ-Α-Σ .

If you are familiar with the above, you might recognize that actually something is looking weirdly familiar about this word. Well, this is basically the word from where the name "ANASTASIA" is coming from.

This world translates to the famous "Resurrection", because it really means "Resurrected One" or ΑΝΑΣΤΑΣ. -HP. Hoodedcobra666 [2]

Another example of the innate spiritual power of this language:
The pronunciation of the letter “E”, was what one had to say upon entering and exiting the temple of Apollo in Delphi. The choice of this letter was considered a great mystery of the God. The letter was pronounced exactly like the word “Hey” of today, a common greeting between people who speak English but also other languages. The word “Ei” in Ancient Greek [which was used for the greeting inside Apollo’s Temple], had however another spiritual notion. It translated as “That which truly is”, a sublime parable of the power of “existing". The letter E is strongly symbolized in his Sigil, too. -HP. Hoodedcobra666 [7]

Along with Sanskrit and Egyptian, Ancient Greek is hailed as a language of divine origin, thought to be created by the Great God Thoth himself:
The strong links between Ancient Greek and Sanskrit, point to me to these two as the sister languages very close to those of the Gods...

What is even more obvious, is that the carryover of meanings between the two AND Egyptian, prove beyond any shadow of doubt, that Father Satan is really our ancestral God and the Father of Humanity. This is the key central point I want to relate here, as Language hides in it information and meaning.

All of these languages are known to have divine origin, and for all three, the God Thoth/Hermes is credited for their creation. Modern day languages have been largely watered down, and contain few or any important or powerful elements. -HP. Hoodedcobra666 [2]

Ancient Greek still being completely feasible and worthwhile to obtain proficiency in remains true to this day. For example, Thomas Jefferson, Luciferian Founding Father of the United States, was well-versed in the language and was clearly aware of its greatness:
Thomas Jefferson’s lifelong love of the ancient languages was extraordinary, even by the standards of a self-consciously neoclassical age that linked genteel social status to classical learning. Reading “the Latin & Greek authors in their original, is a sublime luxury,” Jefferson wrote Joseph Priestley in 1800, the year in which a great electoral “revolution” would redeem the new republic and make him president. [3]
He also recommended that Ancient Greek be taught in public school beginning at age 9. [4]


How to learn Ancient Greek?

If this discussion has peaked any curiosity, we SS who are interested in learning this great language can share resources with one another and partake in this journey together. While it is certainly not a simple task, working with this divine language can also serve as a meditative experience, activating the right-side of the brain and bringing with it many rewards such as the ability to read original texts from Plato, Aristotle, and other great minds. It all starts with planting a seed, nurturing it, and watching it grow from a sapling eventually into a grand oak; sharing resources and advice with one another can help create a fertile soil in which to plant said seed and help it flourish. I have many resources I have gathered and am eager to share if anyone shows interest.

Please post below if you are interested, as perhaps a forum section can be created for Ancient Greek if enough of us are. 🙂


Sources:
[1] https://ancient-forums.com/index.php?threads/facta-non-verba.85332/#post-439705

[2] "A Secret About Satan's Name : Satan Is God" by HP. Hoodedcobra666

[3] from the book "Thomas Jefferson, the Classical World, and Early America.”

[4] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Jefferson_and_education

[5] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cleopatra

[6] https://ancient-forums.com/index.php?threads/on-suffering-a-conversation.64046/page-2#post-293536

[7] https://satanisgod.org/AzazelHC.html

[8] Picture from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Languages_of_the_Roman_Empire

[9] https://www.historytoday.com/archive/language-roman-empire
 
I found this article very interesting and extremely beautiful and intriguing!🔥🔥🔥 Black Book Thank you for sharing this exquisiteness. 🙏
And your are right on with the different personality of each language. And how beautiful and unique each one is. I would love to learn the language of the Gods and yes! I would like to learn the Greek language.
 
Why study Ancient Greek? This is my attempt to inspire interest in learning this Holy and Divine language which holds a close resemblance to those of the Gods.

2560px-Roman_Empire_330_CE.png

[8]

Ancient Greek had a wide range of influence in the Ancient World, expanding far past Greece to places such as Egypt, Constantinople, and really all of what was the eastern part of the Roman Empire. It was an important second language in Rome, as well, being an essential part of education for the elite. [9]

In Egypt, the Ptolemaic Dynasty was a line of Greek pharaohs such as Cleopatra who had Ancient Greek as their mother tongue:


While Cleopatra's learning of the Egyptian language will surely peak interest, it has unfortunately been largely lost for the time being, unlike Ancient Greek:


Ancient Greek, on the other hand, thankfully remains well-documented and is thus able to be learned and utilized by those willing to put in the time and effort to unlock its many secrets...


Ancient Greek is a deeply spiritual language, with multiple layers of meaning through numerology and anagrams:


Another example of the innate spiritual power of this language:


Along with Sanskrit and Egyptian, Ancient Greek is hailed as a language of divine origin, thought to be created by the Great God Thoth himself:


Ancient Greek still being completely feasible and worthwhile to obtain proficiency in remains true to this day. For example, Thomas Jefferson, Luciferian Founding Father of the United States, was well-versed in the language and was clearly aware of its greatness:

He also recommended that Ancient Greek be taught in public school beginning at age 9. [4]


How to learn Ancient Greek?

If this discussion has peaked any curiosity, we SS who are interested in learning this great language can share resources with one another and partake in this journey together. While it is certainly not a simple task, working with this divine language can also serve as a meditative experience, activating the right-side of the brain and bringing with it many rewards such as the ability to read original texts from Plato, Aristotle, and other great minds. It all starts with planting a seed, nurturing it, and watching it grow from a sapling eventually into a grand oak; sharing resources and advice with one another can help create a fertile soil in which to plant said seed and help it flourish. I have many resources I have gathered and am eager to share if anyone shows interest.

Please post below if you are interested, as perhaps a forum section can be created for Ancient Greek if enough of us are. 🙂


Sources:
I do wonder if these languages will be resurrected and used among the elite again, once the enemy is disposed of.

Sanskrit for the orientals, norse & greek for europeans(depending on region). Egyptian seems like it was a fascinating language. Some of the words in the grand ritual felt egyptian to me.
 
I do wonder if these languages will be resurrected and used among the elite again, once the enemy is disposed of.

Sanskrit for the orientals, norse & greek for europeans(depending on region). Egyptian seems like it was a fascinating language. Some of the words in the grand ritual felt egyptian to me.
I believe they surely will be resurrected, at least for use around temples of the Gods and for ritual purposes, if not more. It has to begin with the elite seeing their value taking the effort to learn them, however.

Egyptian will also become restorable when scientists that are also practitioners of the occult are able to conduct research in Egypt at peace. With Ancient Greek and Sanskrit both sharing in its underlying Holy principles, we have a "map" we can use to reconstruct Egyptian back to its full greatness. I believe gaining mastery of Ancient Greek will unlock the pathway to other ancient languages, as well.
 
I do wonder if these languages will be resurrected and used among the elite again, once the enemy is disposed of.
Yes. Hitler and his party emphasized the importance of these older languages. Old High German, Latin, Ancient Greek, Sanskrit, Old English, all of these languages were studied in Germany back then. These languages are very important and I'm sure they will become relevant once again in the future.
 
I found this article very interesting and extremely beautiful and intriguing!🔥🔥🔥 Black Book Thank you for sharing this exquisiteness. 🙏
And your are right on with the different personality of each language. And how beautiful and unique each one is. I would love to learn the language of the Gods and yes! I would like to learn the Greek language.
I am glad to hear you enjoyed it, Sister.




How to learn Ancient Greek?

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The first step is to learn the alphabet. One method is writing the letters (capital and lowercase) repeatedly on a piece of paper while saying their names. Flash cards are also great, and you can add things like how to pronounce them (more on that below) to the backs of the cards as well.

How to write the letters:
(Note that the English equivalents mentioned aren't exact)

Here you can get an idea of how the letters sound:

The Greek alphabet is sung at the end which can help commit their names to memory.



Once the letters have been memorized, you can begin the Ranieri-Roberts approach to learning Ancient Greek:

The method involves using the highest quality Ancient Greek textbooks alongside one another, so that they can fill in any gaps and provide more reading material at each level. Advance collum by collum through this spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/16s3pOejAXaUvQ-WCYmFrXo2cnKsl2j0efCrothCp3Y4/edit?pli=1#gid=0

All books mentioned in this method can be obtained for free on: https://www.annas-archive.org/

I have gone through and downloaded a pdf of every book needed for this method, and have them compiled here: https://mega.nz/file/KXpGVKIT#fGXGJKazvLWMb_YDoesBSREAflLXadDcO7Zb4U2kUnI

(Note that the newest version of the book "Alexandros" which added color has not been added on this website yet, but the previous version was.)


As explained in the video, the majority of Ancient Greek textbooks tend to not mark long vowels - I recommend watching this for help identifying where long vowels are:



To learn how to correctly pronounce the Ancient Greek letters, watch the sections of this video which cover Classical Attic Pronunciation:
Discussed from 24:09-34:10, and 53:39-1:02:35

Classical Attic pronunciation is from the research in this book: Allen, W. Sydney, 1968, Vox Graeca
(A pdf for this has been included in the compilation of books I've provided above)

While the video includes alternative ways to pronounce Ancient Greek, the Classical Attic reconstruction is likely the best and most historically accurate option to strive for.



Once you have begun formulating basic sentences in Ancient Greek, the "Ephemeris Technique" can also be useful supplement to your learning: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S-g1dnN2WCM
This involves daily journaling, recording yourself reading the journal entry aloud, then listening back to the recording, all in Ancient Greek.



I hope this will help those interested get started. Please share any resources or tips you know of as well!


Other mentionable resource:
University of Texas' free Classical Greek online lessons: https://lrc.la.utexas.edu/eieol_toc/grkol
 
Im extremely interested in this, I know HPHC uses ancient greek so it must have powers, I have been learning Sanskrit but man every resource says something different its so hard to learn, hopefully ancient greek has a bit more conformity in its learning, but there are so many variations of acnient greek, which is the one with the most spiritual power?
 
Im extremely interested in this, I know HPHC uses ancient greek so it must have powers, I have been learning Sanskrit but man every resource says something different its so hard to learn, hopefully ancient greek has a bit more conformity in its learning, but there are so many variations of acnient greek, which is the one with the most spiritual power?
The most important thing is pronunciation. If we pronounce the letters properly we will generate the most power. I believe Classical Attic pronunciation is the best to emulate at this time, which became prominent around 500 BC. Starting in 350 BC Koine Greek arose, which I believe is a dialect meant more for everyday communication due to its simplifying of the language.

Yes there are many variations of Ancient Greek such as Homeric, Koine, Doric, etc. We can learn to read all of these variations, and pronounce them using Classical Attic pronunciation regardless of the dialect they are written in.
 
The problem about ancient Greek texts that are available, is that most people would not understand 70% of it in their own language. One of the most hardcore is for example the Illiad from Homer, It has 250.000+ words and 50.000+ of them only used ONCE ever and this is just one single work. As a comparison, One of the greatest Hungarian poet who had the most richest dictionary (many made up words also) wrote down 240.000+ different words in ALL of his works together, and let me tell you, Hungarian is one of the most complex languages among the used languages, we have like 20 different variations for one word.
So unless you are HPHC, you will need decades to get somewhere with ancient Greek.

Here you can get an idea of how the letters sound:
The Greek alphabet is sung at the end which can help commit their names to memory.

Isn't this the modern pronunciation? I thought that "beta" was pronounced as "beta" with a b in ancient Greek, not "veta" with a v or a combination of a v and b.
 
Black Book

I had just started using Ranieri-Roberts approach a few weeks ago and it seems to me the closest to the method of Hans Orberg's books for Latin, which I can testify works great, 20 minutes a day for two years and I read Latin fluently, while 5 years of ancient Greek with the so-called traditional method was almost a waste of time. Also this so-called traditional method is not even that traditional from what Ranieri said in a video it has only been in use since 1850/1900 if I remember correctly, so probably the founding father you mentioned was also using a method akin to the nature method.

I find Podium Arts extremely fine with pronunciation
 
You have also forgotten that it is a language that sums up the entire planetary 'matrix', which governs events in the world.

The 7 vowels are the planets, 5 consonants are the elements, and 12 consonants are the zodiac signs.

There is also a more archaic 24-letter version where there are only consonants, more similar to hebrew in some ways.

But what frustrates me most is the fact that ancient Greek, in this case Koine, is not the purest version of Greek, but more a reflection of the original Greek.

I am convinced that there is a way to figure out where the Vaw, Heta, Qoppa, Sh, and Tsampi sounds are in the original Greek by comparing it with the ancient Greek koine.

I have a theory, I'll see if I can attach an image of this later.

The Qoppa sound is guttural Kappa, and should probably be substituted for Kappa in the koine before the letters Omicron and Upsilon.
The Heta sound is the original form of Eta, and is an aspiration, note that the capital version of Eta is 'H'.
The sound Vaw (digamma) would replace Sigma in its final form, or Upsilon and Omicron in its semi-vocal form (hebrew Vaw type).
The SH sound, would replace Sigma.
The SS sound, would replace Ksi.
And tsampi I do not know.

The word 'Strategos' for example would become 'ShTRTGV'.

This theory refers to the version of Greek with only consonants.

Alpha is a silent sound of sweet spirit (like Alif)
Beta
Gamma
Delta
Vaw (digamma)
Zeta
Heta
Theta
Iota (semi-consonant)
Kappa
Lamda
Mu
Nu
Ksi (SS)
Pi
Qoppa
Rho
Sigma (Sh)
Tau
Phi
Khi
Psi
Omega (mute consonant, sour spirit, Ayn-like)
Tsampi

This is the version without vowels, more archaic, from when it was written in bustropheon, without spaces and vowels.

And much more similar to hebrew and other Middle Eastern languages.

But the roots come from India.

Sanskrit has vowels and then it has consonants that have to be vocalised with symbols at the top and bottom.
They essentially turn Ba into Bu, Be, etc.
This is probably the origin of using only consonants with vocalisation.

Greek as we know it is an incomplete language, or at least it is a reflection of an older form, however not an original one.
In my opinion, Sanskrit is one of the oldest languages.
 
The problem about ancient Greek texts that are available, is that most people would not understand 70% of it in their own language. One of the most hardcore is for example the Illiad from Homer, It has 250.000+ words and 50.000+ of them only used ONCE ever and this is just one single work. As a comparison, One of the greatest Hungarian poet who had the most richest dictionary (many made up words also) wrote down 240.000+ different words in ALL of his works together, and let me tell you, Hungarian is one of the most complex languages among the used languages, we have like 20 different variations for one word.
So unless you are HPHC, you will need decades to get somewhere with ancient Greek.



Isn't this the modern pronunciation? I thought that "beta" was pronounced as "beta" with a b in ancient Greek, not "veta" with a v or a combination of a v and b.
That particular video was meant mainly for the alphabet song at the end to help memorize, and to get an idea of how words sound. The pronunciation in that video is from Luke Ranieri's "Lucian pronunciation" which I do not use or recommend.

Classical Attic pronunciation is what I recommend, which I discussed here:
To learn how to correctly pronounce the Ancient Greek letters, watch the sections of this video which cover Classical Attic Pronunciation:


Discussed from 24:09-34:10, and 53:39-1:02:35

Classical Attic pronunciation is from the research in this book: Allen, W. Sydney, 1968, Vox Graeca
(A pdf for this has been included in the compilation of books I've provided above)

While the video includes alternative ways to pronounce Ancient Greek, the Classical Attic reconstruction is likely the best and most historically accurate option to strive for.

In regards to the difficulty of learning Ancient Greek: yes, this is not like learning a modern language like Spanish or something. This great and Holy language of the Gods will take time and dedication to learn.

We have the guidance of the Gods on our side, who can help lead us towards mastery if we are open to them. This language has immense importance, as shown by HP. Cobra, and it being resurrected will be highly beneficial for all. Like Cobra stated, "Modern day languages have been largely watered down, and contain few or any important or powerful elements."
 
I am glad to hear you enjoyed it, Sister.




How to learn Ancient Greek?

IMG_1221-1024x670.webp


The first step is to learn the alphabet. One method is writing the letters (capital and lowercase) repeatedly on a piece of paper while saying their names. Flash cards are also great, and you can add things like how to pronounce them (more on that below) to the backs of the cards as well.

How to write the letters:
(Note that the English equivalents mentioned aren't exact)

Here you can get an idea of how the letters sound:

The Greek alphabet is sung at the end which can help commit their names to memory.



Once the letters have been memorized, you can begin the Ranieri-Roberts approach to learning Ancient Greek:

The method involves using the highest quality Ancient Greek textbooks alongside one another, so that they can fill in any gaps and provide more reading material at each level. Advance collum by collum through this spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/16s3pOejAXaUvQ-WCYmFrXo2cnKsl2j0efCrothCp3Y4/edit?pli=1#gid=0

All books mentioned in this method can be obtained for free on: https://www.annas-archive.org/

I have gone through and downloaded a pdf of every book needed for this method, and have them compiled here: https://mega.nz/file/KXpGVKIT#fGXGJKazvLWMb_YDoesBSREAflLXadDcO7Zb4U2kUnI

(Note that the newest version of the book "Alexandros" which added color has not been added on this website yet, but the previous version was.)


As explained in the video, the majority of Ancient Greek textbooks tend to not mark long vowels - I recommend watching this for help identifying where long vowels are:



To learn how to correctly pronounce the Ancient Greek letters, watch the sections of this video which cover Classical Attic Pronunciation:
Discussed from 24:09-34:10, and 53:39-1:02:35

Classical Attic pronunciation is from the research in this book: Allen, W. Sydney, 1968, Vox Graeca
(A pdf for this has been included in the compilation of books I've provided above)

While the video includes alternative ways to pronounce Ancient Greek, the Classical Attic reconstruction is likely the best and most historically accurate option to strive for.



Once you have begun formulating basic sentences in Ancient Greek, the "Ephemeris Technique" can also be useful supplement to your learning: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S-g1dnN2WCM
This involves daily journaling, recording yourself reading the journal entry aloud, then listening back to the recording, all in Ancient Greek.



I hope this will help those interested get started. Please share any resources or tips you know of as well!


Other mentionable resource:
University of Texas' free Classical Greek online lessons: https://lrc.la.utexas.edu/eieol_toc/grkol

I'm about to start, I also bought some grammar books to learn, because I hadn't seen this post before. 🫠
 
As another note, if you don't want to start with such a hardcore language, you can start with Latin which is also much spiritual. Many people who have learned Latin learned ancient Greek also. Learning the principles of Latin will help with Greek, but not sooo much, the reason why I still advise to learn Latin first because many people find this language more intuitional, easier, and afterall more attracting than A.Greek (70% of English dictionary is derived from Latin and similar romantic languages). I started learning both but I felt more attraction to Latin. Of course I will attempt to learn Greek for another time after I know Latin well.

Learning a language in itself is not easy, Most schools system expects you only a B2 level of English (middle ground level) after 8 years of learning it. You can of course have a much faster pace than schools and learn English to that level in 3 years for example, but this means much time dedication and intake.

As an SS our time is already much less than an avarege people. You will need to spend a lot of time with languages to learn them.
However, learning and than knowing languages and especially ancient languages makes you much more knowledgeable in linguistic areas, and you will feel more powerful / cleaver because of this. You sure be able to understand your own language better as well, which is very important in my opinion, one should MASTER one language at least to a level like honorable writers.

Many times with ancient text, the limitation doesn't comes from the language side of things, but understanding the text in the intended way. I saw an interpretation of the Illiad saying that it's about birth and ancestry. Which I cannot deny because I didn't read the Illiad, especially not in Homeric Greek, but shows that these writings can be interpreted in a lot of ways. I'm just saying that you need a high level of understanding to understand what Plato, or Socrates meant. You cannot be just "reading" and not paying attention, which is hard. Although we SS have an advantage since we already have read a lot of wisdowm from HPHC.

At the end of the day, we have some good authors in Latin also, Cicero, Marcus Aurelius, etc.
I think in a Satanic world, Latin would be the common language and greek the high tier language where all the high level knowladge is kept. As an SS both language is desirable to be mastered but it's up to individual needs. You can start with Ancient Greek, I'm just saying that Latin is also a good language if you find A.Greek too hard. Latin is also hard but still less hard than A.Greek.
 
I find it crazy how the entire world admires ancient Greek and most young Greeks hate it. Sadly, it is mostly used in xian prayers that boomers have learned by heart but that they don't even know the meaning of. Just shows how hard xianity fucked us up.
This is a tragic situation in today's Greece and the New Greeks, they are not interested in learning Ancient Greek only if they are going to use it in Christian services or for recitations from the Bible. It is a shame in this country that there is not a single statue of an Ancient Greek Philosopher or Mystic or an Ancient Greek Temple beyond the remnants that exist from the past. Unfortunately the majority of New Greeks are only interested in Jewish Patriarchs Monks, Priests but not in their real ancestors. I find the idea very good since Ancient Greek apart from all other positive aspects is a language that when spoken opens and expands the intelligence
 
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Why study Ancient Greek? This is my attempt to inspire interest in learning this Holy and Divine language which holds a close resemblance to those of the Gods.

2560px-Roman_Empire_330_CE.png

[8]

Ancient Greek had a wide range of influence in the Ancient World, expanding far past Greece to places such as Egypt, Constantinople, and really all of what was the eastern part of the Roman Empire. It was an important second language in Rome, as well, being an essential part of education for the elite. [9]

In Egypt, the Ptolemaic Dynasty was a line of Greek pharaohs such as Cleopatra who had Ancient Greek as their mother tongue:


While Cleopatra's learning of the Egyptian language will surely peak interest, it has unfortunately been largely lost for the time being, unlike Ancient Greek:


Ancient Greek, on the other hand, thankfully remains well-documented and is thus able to be learned and utilized by those willing to put in the time and effort to unlock its many secrets...


Ancient Greek is a deeply spiritual language, with multiple layers of meaning through numerology and anagrams:


Another example of the innate spiritual power of this language:


Along with Sanskrit and Egyptian, Ancient Greek is hailed as a language of divine origin, thought to be created by the Great God Thoth himself:


Ancient Greek still being completely feasible and worthwhile to obtain proficiency in remains true to this day. For example, Thomas Jefferson, Luciferian Founding Father of the United States, was well-versed in the language and was clearly aware of its greatness:

He also recommended that Ancient Greek be taught in public school beginning at age 9. [4]


How to learn Ancient Greek?

If this discussion has peaked any curiosity, we SS who are interested in learning this great language can share resources with one another and partake in this journey together. While it is certainly not a simple task, working with this divine language can also serve as a meditative experience, activating the right-side of the brain and bringing with it many rewards such as the ability to read original texts from Plato, Aristotle, and other great minds. It all starts with planting a seed, nurturing it, and watching it grow from a sapling eventually into a grand oak; sharing resources and advice with one another can help create a fertile soil in which to plant said seed and help it flourish. I have many resources I have gathered and am eager to share if anyone shows interest.

Please post below if you are interested, as perhaps a forum section can be created for Ancient Greek if enough of us are. 🙂


Sources:
I'm willing to learn the language let's make a group chat on here then
 

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