Prometheus

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The legend of Prometheus is simply the story of a disagreement among the gods as to how much knowledge could and would be passed on to the people on the mainland.

Henry Binkley Stein / <cite>Thirty Thousand Gods Before Jehovah</cite>

The most famous symbol of these Watchers is the Greek god, Prometheus, who was said to have emerged from the Caucasus Mountains. In many ways he was another Jesus’ figure who died for the people and it is not inconceivable that the story of Jesus was inspired, in part, by the legend of Prometheus. At the Rockefeller Center in New York today is a gold statue of Prometheus (gold, the solar metal of the gods) and he is holding the light, the fire, in line with the legend. To the Rockefellers this is not just a statue, it is a symbol of the whole scam they are involved in. The Statue of Liberty is another Brotherhood symbol highlighting the lighted torch. The Statue of Liberty is actually the Statue of Liberties the liberties perpetrated on the American people by the Brotherhood. There she stands on her island in New York Harbour holding her torch of ‘freedom’ and Americans believe she is the symbol of their liberty in the Land of the Free. Nothing could be further from the truth.

David Icke / <cite>The Biggest Secret</cite>

It is interesting that in New York City, the Empire State, in Rockefeller Plaza, at the very entrance to Rockefeller Plaza is an enormous statue of Prometheus. How appropriate, and when one understands how the Soviet Communist Party was financed, organized, and directed out of New York, then it will not be any great mystery as to why in front of Rockefeller Plaza we have the figure of this Titan God, Prometheus.

Jordan Maxwell / <cite>Matrix of Power</cite>

A recurrent mythic model for revolutionaries early romantics, the young Marx, the Russians of Lenin's time was Prometheus, who stole fire from the gods for the use of mankind. The Promethean faith of revolutionaries resembled in many respects the general modern belief that science would lead men out of darkness and into light.

James H. Billington / <cite>Fire in the Minds of Men</cite>

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