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    GREEK/EGYPTIAN WRESTLING SCHOOLS AND HOMOSEXUALITY?

    By Andre Austin

    According to the Greek historian Diodorus of Sicily the Egyptians were the first to establish wrestling schools (Book 1:16). This sport was done in the nude and was passed on to the Cretans and Greeks.

    The first report of this wrestling match in the Old Testament where Jacob wrestled with stranger at Peniel (Genesis chapter 32: 22-32). Gary Greenberg reports that this wrestling match is a retelling of the daily struggle between Horus and Set, a battle between the forces of day and night (101 of the myths of the Bible p.145). Peniel can be a pun for Penis or Pineal (the third eye of the pineal gland dealing with the modulation of wake/sleep or day/night). Anyway they socked it to eachother.

    It appears that the man touched the socket of Jacob’s hip or thigh. We know that when Horus and set battled each other Horus eye was injured and Satan was castrated. The problem is that in Egyptian literature the buttocks was referred to as an eye. And there is a story of Satan sodomizes Horus in his sleep. Isis reverses the curse by putting the sperm in a bowl then crushing it in a magic spell. Recall sodomy is talked against in part of the 42 negative confessions of Maat.

    The Late Acharya S (D.M. Murdock) states: The terms ‘thigh’ Hollow of thigh’ used a number of times in the OT are actually euphemisms for penis”. This was said in conjunction of bringing up the topic of Jacob’s wrestling match (The Christ Conspiracy: The Greatest Story ever sold p.280-281). With Jesus being a composite of Horus and Osiris can there be found any trace of Sodomy? I will end on that note.


    Notes:

    When the Greeks wrestled eachother the loser was poked in the butt, which may be going back to the origins of the sport.
     
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