Helios The Sun God Revealed In The Statue of Liberty

This Revelation Timeline Decoded post is about Greek sun-god Helios.

As you view the images, look at the commonalities of the sun rays around his head and an arm raised up, keeping in mind the design of the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor.

Here’s Helios wearing the sun-ray crown and a breastplate in this Roman artwork which was from Lower Egypt.


Here’s a coin of Roman Emperor Constantine I depicting Sol Invictus/Apollo (Helios) with the legend SOLI INVICTO COMITI, c. 315 AD. Emperors esteemed themselves as the pagan sun god.


The Colossus of Rhodes was a statue of the Helios which was erected in the city of Rhodes by Chares of Lindos in 280 BC. 


Here’s another depiction of the Colossus of Rhodes, statue of the Greek sun god Helios, which was one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.

It stood somewhere near the entrance to the harbor at Rhodes (a Greek island in the Aegean Sea), it was approximately 100 feet high, it was made of bronze sections strengthened with masonry within.


This statue of Helios at the Natural History Museum in Vienna should give you an ‘aha!’ moment, as it looks really familiar.


It appears that the Freemasons of France, who revere the pagan sun god, put garments over Helios and passed Him off as the female Statue of Liberty.

It was designed and built to the scale and design of the original Colossus of Rhodes..


Here’s a relief of Helios at the Ancient Corinth Museum, which looks like the face of the statue of Liberty.


Here’s a close up of the strong manly face of the Statue of Liberty.

All the world is a stage and all roads lead to Rome!

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