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In 1900, the only living souls on the Scottish island of Eilean Mor were three lighthouse keepers, alone in the vast ocean.
The day after Christmas, a supply ship arrived at the island. To the crew’s surprise, the lighthouse keepers were not waiting for them on the island’s small dock. After blowing the ship’s horn and sending up a flare, there was still no activity on the island. A replacement lighthouse keeper named Joseph Moore was eventually sent to investigate.
As he climbed the narrow, rocky stairs leading up to the lighthouse, Moore recalled being struck with a sense of nameless dread. As he neared the door, he saw that it was unlocked. Stepping carefully inside, he also noticed that two of the three waterproof jackets usually kept in the hall were missing. Reaching the kitchen, he found the remains of a meal and a chair lying on the floor. The clock in the kitchen had stopped working. The lighthouse keepers were nowhere to be seen.
A further investigation revealed the disturbing final entries in the lighthouse log. The entry for December 12 was written by a keeper named Thomas Marshall. In it, Marshall claimed the island had been struck by severe winds, worse than anything he had experienced in his career. Even though the lighthouse was solid enough to outlast any storm, Marshall wrote that the Principal Keeper, James Ducat, was very quiet. The third keeper, William McArthur, was an experienced sailor and a famously tough tavern brawler. The log entry ended by noting that he had been crying.
Further entries recorded that the storm continued to rage for a few days. Secure in their lighthouse, the three men had nonetheless begun praying. The last entry stated: “Storm ended, sea calm. God is over all.”
Though the lighthouse was visible from the nearby island of Lewis, no storms were reported in the Eilean Mor area during the days noted in the log entry.
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Ganymede: God Of Homosexuality
Ganymede was a handsome, young Trojan prince who was carried off to heaven by Zeus, or his eagle, to be the god’s lover and cup-bearer of the gods. Ganymedes also received a place amongst the stars as the constellation Aquarius, his ambrosial mixing cup became the Krater, and the eagle Aquila. Ganymedes was frequently represented as the god of homosexual love, and as such appears as a playmate of the love-gods Eros (Love) and Hymenaios (Marital Love).
Ganymedes was depicted in Greek vase painting as a handsome boy. In the abduction scene his attributes were usually a rooster (a lover’s gift), a hoop (a boy’s toy), or a lyre. When portrayed as the cup-bearer of the gods he is shown pouring nectar from a jug. In sculpture and mosaic art, on the other hand, Ganymedes usually appears with shepherd’s crock and a Phrygian cap.
The boy’s name was derived from the Greek words ganumai ”gladdening” and mêdon ormedeôn, “prince” or “genitals.” The name may have been formed to contain a deliberate double-meaning.
Greek Mythology: Protagenoi
Erebus is a protagenoi (first born elemantal God), he is the son of Chaos, and brother/husband to Nyx, whom they share many children with. He is the personification of Darkness.
In Greek literature the name Erebus is also used of a region of the Greek underworld where the dead pass immediately after dying, and is sometimes used interchangeably with Tartarus.
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Greek Mythology:Children Of Nyx, the Goddess of Night
- From Erebus (Darkness) :
- Aether (Light or Heavenly Air or Higher Atmosphere)
- Charon (Ferryman of the Styx)
- Nemesis (Retribution)
- Hemera (Day)
- Epiphron (Prudence)
- Hypnos (Sleep)
- Moros (Doom)
- Thanatos (Peaceful Death)
- From Partenogenesis (by herself):
- Ker, Keres (Fates of Death)
- Eris (Strife) (also considered daughter of Zeus and Hera)
- Phanes (Procreation) (also considered a son of Aphrodite and Ares as Eros)
- Achlys (Death Mist)
- Apate (Deceit)
- Geras (Old Age)
- Momus (Mockery)
- Oizys (Misery)
- Oneroi (Dreams)
- Philotes (Pleasure of Love, Friendship)
- By Ouranos
- Lyssa (Madness)
- From Cerberus:
Photo: Night by Auguste Raynaud (1854-1937)
Greek Mythology: Protagenoi
Hemera ; Goddess of Day
Hemera is the Goddess of day and daughter of Nyx (Night) and Erebus (Darkness). She was married to her brother Aether (Upper Air/Light), with whom she had one child with named Thalassa.
"Nyx and Hemera draw near and greet one another as they pass the great threshold of bronze: and while the one is about to go down into the house, the other comes out at the door." -Hesiod’s Theogony
Photo: Hemera (1881) by William-Adolphe Bouguereau
Greek Mythology: SpiritsMomus [Momos] & Oizys
Momus and Oizys are twins from Nyx, who bared them without a father. Momus means mockery, and Oizys means misery.
Momus: “According to an old legend, the first man was made by Zeus, the first bull by Poseidon, and the first house by Athene. On the completion of their labors, a dispute arose as to which had made the most perfect work. They agreed to appoint Momos as judge, and to abide by his decision. Momos, however, being very envious of the handicraft of each, found fault with all. He first blamed the work of Poseidon because he had not made the horns of the bull below his eyes, so he might better see where to strike. He then condemned the work of Zeus, because he had not placed the heart of man on the outside, that everyone might read the thoughts of the evil disposed and take precautions against the intended mischief. And, lastly, he inveighed against Athene because she had not contrived iron wheels in the foundation of her house, so itsinhabitants might more easily remove if a neighbor proved unpleasant. Zeus, indignant at such inveterate faultfinding, drove him from his office of judge, and expelled him from the mansions of Olympos.” -Aesop’s Fables 59
Oizys: "And again the goddess murky Nyx, though she lay with none, bare Momos and painful Oizys." - Theogony 214-215
Capitol Building, Washington DC, 1952
Washington D. C. 1952. During the dawn of Ufology in the United States, unidentified flying objects made themselves known to the leaders of the free world, buzzing over the White House, the Capitol building, and the Pentagon. Seemingly the unknown objects were defying the very governmental agencies sworn to protect the United States from foreign powers. Washington National Airport and Andrews Air Force Base picked up a number of UFOs on their radar screens on July 19, 1952, beginning a wave of sightings, unexplained to this day.