Excursions: Delphi

In the ancient Greek world Delphi was considered the centre of the universe

From the Time Machine

At the foot of Mount Parnassos is built the oracle of Delphi, the navel of the earth according to the ancient Greeks. According to legend, at this point the eagles sent by Zeus from the East and the West met in search of the center of the earth.

The original photo of Loukas Hapsis depicts our Galaxy from the Navel of the Earth ….

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Here was the navel of the earth where the eagles of Zeus met and Apollo killed the dragon Python. What should the faithful do to get an oracle for the future (drone video) – TIME MACHINE (mixanitouxronou.gr)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Delphi was an ancient Greek city in which the most important oracle of the ancient Greek world operated. The city is mentioned from Homeric times with the name Pythos. At the beginning of historical times it was one of the cities of ancient Fokida, but gradually the role of the city was strengthened and developed into a pan-Hellenic center and a sacred city of the ancient Greeks. It was also the center of Delphic Amphitryon. Delphi maintained its important position until the end of the 4th century AD, when the operation of the oracle was finally put to an end by decree of Emperor Theodosius.

Apollo was officially crowned ruler and protector of Delphi, and at the point where Python was slaughtered, the supreme god Zeus threw the sacred rock, a huge white stone in the shape of an egg, and so Delphi became known at the end of that time. of the world as the “navel of the Earth”.

Delphi is known as the navel of the earth. According to legend, when Zeus released two eagles, one from the East and the other from the West, they met in this place that was considered the center of the world.

Delphi – Wikipedia (wikipedia.org)

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