There are many goddesses "The Elite" venerates. One of the most important of them is the goddess Athena from the Greek mythology. She is the same deity as the Roman goddess Minerva.
|Greek coin with Athena and the owl|
The symbol of Athena/Minerva is the owl. It represents wisdom, secret knowledge and ability to "see in the dark". That describes the modus operandi of "the Elite" and its many secret societies. They have the secret knowledge - you don't. It is no wonder the Freemasons and the Illuminati (operating from inside the masonic network) use this symbol.
|Owl in the masonic logo|
|Owl in the Bohemian Grove logo|
|The owl of the Bohemian Grove|
The owl is a very common symbol in the entertainment industry, which is very much controlled by the Illuminati. This is how they brand their puppets:
|Justin Bieber and the owl tattoo|
|Katy Perry music video|
|Rihanna and the owl on her shirt|
|Usher in a PR event|
If you pay attention, you can see lots of owl symbolism in movies and TV-series:
|Owl in The Huntsman: Winter's war|
|Owl in Harry Potter|
|Owl in The Labyrinth (1986)|
Many times the owl is included in the picture so that you don't really see it.
And of course Athena herself is a popular theme in "the Elite's" symbolism:
|Austrian Euro coin with Athena|
|Dutch medallion with Athena|
It is very well known that the secret societies use the owl symbol, but what is not so well known is its connection to the Cult of Aton. Investigating the history of the goddess Athena reveals one more link between the modern day "Elite" and ancient Egypt.
The hint is in the name. Athena was the tutelary deity of the city of Athens (Athênai). Both of the names (the city and the goddess) have their etymological origins in the Egyptian sun god Aton or Aten.
And it's not just the name we're looking at. According to the Greek myth, Athena became the patron of Athens after a competition with Poseidon. From Wikipedia:
"Athena competed with Poseidon to become the patron deity of Athens, which was yet unnamed, in a version of one founding myth. They agreed that each would give the Athenians one gift and that the Athenians would choose the gift they preferred. Poseidon struck the ground with his trident and a salt water spring sprang up; this gave them a means of trade and water—Athens at its height was a significant sea power, defeating the Persian fleet at the Battle of Salamis—but the water was salty and not very good for drinking.
Athena, however, offered them the first domesticated olive tree. The Athenians (or their king, Cecrops) accepted the olive tree and with it the patronage of Athena, for the olive tree brought wood, oil, and food."
Yes, olive tree - one of the important symbols of the Cult of Aton. (More of that in the article The olive branch.)
|Akhenaton offering an olive branch to Aton|
Athens is a very, very old city. We don't have precise dates when it was established. The mainstream historians say the area was inhabited as early as 4th millennium BC. The facts that we do have (named after Aton, the olive branch) strongly imply that Athens was very closely connected to the Hyksos of the Lower Egypt.
The first king of Athens was Cecrops, the king mentioned in the myth of the origins of the city. His reign was 1556-1506 BC. The Egyptian civil war that lead to the expelling of the Aton worshiping Hyksos nobility was in 1550 BC - 6 years after Cecrops became the king of Athens.
Cecrops' name was not a Greek name, so obviously he was a foreigner. So, a foreign king, naming the city after Aton, and the story of the olive tree. I wonder where he came from?
You do the math.