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Ares: God of War
11-06-2013, 10:48 AM
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Ares: God of War
Ares: God of War

The son of Zeus and Hera, Ares embodied, not just the act, but also the spirit of War.

Disliked by most Olympians but loved by Aphrodite, Ares was a god of action and determination. When he was fighting on the side of the Trojans he was wounded by Pallas Athene (Athena). She donned the helm of Death and, after deflecting his spear, hurled a bolder, knocking Ares senseless. He had to be assisted from the field of battle by Aphrodite. When Ares retreated to Mount Olympos (Olympus) his father, Zeus, said (before commanding Paieon to heal his wounded son) To me you are most hateful of all gods who hold Olympos, (Iliad, book 5, line 889).


http://messagenet.com/myths/bios/aries.html


Aryan is derived from the Greek "Ares"

Sanskrit grammarian Panini even said that Sanskrit derived from the Greeks.

Ares - 750 BC (Greece - Warrior God) physcial evidence.
Arya - 130 BC (Hindu - Warrior Gods) physcial evidence.

Greek Name Transliteration Latin Spelling
http://www.whiteheritage.org/showthread.php?mode=threaded&tid=429&pid=1270
Roman Name
ArhV ArĂªs Ares Mars
    ARES was the great Olympian god of war, battlelust, civil order and manly courage. In Greek art he was depicted as either a mature, bearded warrior dressed in battle arms, or a nude beardless youth with helm and spear. Because of his lack of distinctive attributes he is often difficult to identify in classical art.

    http://www.whiteheritage.org/showthread.php?mode=threaded&tid=429&pid=1270


Ares (Arya) the Hellenic god of war



The Chariot of Ares

CHARIOT OF ARES Ares drove a golden-reined chariot drawn by four horses. "Ares chariot-borne to murderous war fares forth, and round his onrush quakes the ground."

Ares rode into battle on the side of the Trojans with his horses, Flame and Terror, pulling his war chariot.
    Ares in The Iliad (listed by book and line).
    05.355 ...Iris leads the wounded Aphrodite to Ares and his chariot
    05.363 ...Ares gives the wounded Aphrodite his chariot.

    Stewart, Michael. "Ares", Greek Mythology: From the Iliad to the Fall of the Last Tyrant. http://messagenet.com/myths/bios/aries.html (November 14, 2005)


This predates the Rig Vedas, and matches the verses of the Rig Vedas.

CHARIOT OF ARES Ares drove a golden-reined chariot drawn by four horses. That is what the Rg Veda hymns talk about.

Stewart, Michael. "Ares", Greek Mythology: From the Iliad to the Fall of the Last Tyrant. http://messagenet.com/myths/bios/aries.html (November 14, 2005)
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