Does God Exist? 10 Proofs Greek Gods Do Exist

Does God Exist?

Does God exist? The simple answer is yes. I assure you that Greek Gods do exist. The proof and evidence can be found right here.

If you have any doubt about God existing, I hope I will be able to convince you that there isn’t just one God in existence, but a whole pantheon of Greek Gods and Goddesses who rule the Universe!

Proof of Greek Gods

The twelve Olympian Gods who were worshipped in ancient Greece before the arrival of the fake Christian religion have given plenty of hints of their existence, especially during ancient times, and they’ve continued to do so into the modern age.

Consider this classic incident:

Fabio gets hit in the head by a goose while riding Apollo’s Chariot roller coaster at the opening ceremony

If you have any doubt in your mind about whether Greek Gods exist or not, I highly recommend watching this amusing video of Fabio’s unbelievable experience during a ride on Apollo’s chariot.

Alternatively, you can find something else on the Internet about the incredible event Fabio experienced on that fateful day. You can then double confirm it for yourself.

Seriously, if the Greek God Apollo didn’t send that goose to hit Fabio in the face on that remarkable day, then I don’t know what to say.

I am gobsmacked every time I think about Fabio getting hit in the head with a goose while riding Apollo’s Chariot.

To make it even more memorable, it was done at the opening ceremony.

By the way, Fabio Lanzoni is a famous model who has appeared on over 400 romance novel covers. He was the Adonis of his day.

Does God exist? Just ask Fabio about the time he killed a goose!

Signs from the Greek Gods

The Greek Gods exist because they give divine signs on occasion when they are willing.

One day, I wanted to take a photo of a statue of Venus (Aphrodite), the Goddess of love.

At the time, I asked the Goddess of love for a sign. To my complete astonishment, it happened almost immediately.

The statue of Venus (Aphrodite) was situated a short distance to my right.

I wasn’t looking at Venus at the time of requesting a sign, so afterward when I started hearing some giggling around me, I turned around to see what was happening.

Next to Venus I could see two girls playing. I didn’t see the two girls there before and didn’t know where they came from.

I immediately thought the two girls next to Venus would make for an interesting picture.

As I took three photos in quick succession, one of the girls called out:

I found you, I found you!

Statue of Venus Aphrodite

At that moment I realized the girls were playing hide and seek.

What gets me is that Venus is looking right at me. If that wasn’t a divine sign from the Goddess of love, I don’t know what miracle Aphrodite would have to perform to get me to believe in her.

Over the years, other Greek Gods have offered me signs proving their existence as well.

For instance, the Greek Gods gave me a couple of interesting signs while hiking Mount Olympus in Greece.

My belief in the Greek Gods truly skyrocketed after receiving Signs from Iris, the Goddess of the Rainbow. Here’s the weirdest one.

Does God exist? Yes, Venus (Aphrodite), the Goddess of love, exists for sure.

Olympus satellite destroyed

The Olympus-1 satellite ended up being destroyed after a relatively short life in space.

Olympus-1 was launched on 12th July 1989 as the largest civilian communication satellite ever built at the time. The cost of the satellite was around $850 million.

However, things didn’t work out because it suffered numerous mishaps plus solar panel failure.

The fatal blow to the satellite occurred during the 1993 August Perseid meteor shower, which is named after Perseus, one of the greatest heroes in Greek mythology.

Olympus-1 Communications Satellite

By mid-August 1993 the satellite was out of service, long before the end of its scheduled service life.

Olympus is the name of the home of the Greek Gods, so it would have attracted major attention from at least one Olympian God. How could it not?

Does God exist? Ask the Greek hero Perseus who gave the final blow to the Olympus satellite.

Planet and star names based on Greek mythology

Names of the planets in the earth’s solar system represent Greek and Roman Gods.

No planet has a name associated with any other savior or counterpart from what I am aware of.

The stars are predominately associated with Greek mythology.

Why wasn’t the name of the sun changed to represent the exact name of a god? Didn’t anyone know the truth at the time? Why honor the Roman/Greek Gods?

Why weren’t the planets, stars, and galaxies renamed at some point?

Actually, I wouldn’t be surprised if name-changing was on the agenda at some point.

It shows how far back these name associations go, and it proves that the Greek Gods came first.

If you think they’re Roman Gods, you’re wrong! It’s just the way they’re called in that own particular language.

Every language will call something different even though it means the exact same thing.

Wine is wine. It could sound different depending on the language spoken, but in the end, it’s the same.

Does God exist? Look to the stars.

Greek Mythology Monuments

Greek Gods are more important than kings and kings are more important than animals.

The names of kings are often provided in chronicle order in the Bible, yet we know nothing about the animals that were saved during the so-called disastrous flood of Noah’s time.

If these animals were important enough to be saved, then why not let everyone know which animal species were saved?

A variety of Greek myths prove the Bible is fake, and this confirms it as well.

A brief description of each animal would have been extremely useful in the Bible. There must have been a checklist somewhere.

Why record the important names of kings in the Bible and not the names of animals?


It should have been passed down orally at the very least to ensure their safety from extinction.

After all, why did God instruct Noah to save animals in the first place?

On the other hand, the Greek Gods have created mythical monsters immortalized in sculpture.

The statue of Laocoön And His Sons can be seen inside the Vatican in Rome.

The Spinx in Egypt is another monster straight out of Greek mythology.

Does God exist? Ask yourself this, who is more important kings or animals?

Sphinx Egypt


Romans welcome Gods and Goddesses

Why would Romans who forcefully conquered the Macedonians and the Greeks, appreciate Greek Gods and Goddesses?

You have to assume that it is because the Gods and Goddesses weren’t just for the Greeks?

They may have indulged them, but the Greeks in the majority have proved to be their main betrayers.

The Renaissance (rebirth) took place in Florence, Italy.

Painting mythological scenes imaginatively led to the rebirth. Before that, there were some very dark times.

If the Catholic religion were so good at that time, why inspire people with the darker Greek Roman Gods?

It all happened after a long dark age. We know there were serious issues around this time because many considered the world to be flat and the ruling elite went to extraordinary lengths to preserve that belief.

Why bring back the Greek Gods at all? Obviously, the Greek Gods and Goddesses provided much-needed inspiration and enlightenment.

Have you ever seen a priest giving a Nazi salute? I have. Who’s he loyal to?

The Apollo mission to the moon

The first successful landing on the moon was named in honor of the Greek God Apollo.

Some of the smartest people in the world chose to name a hugely challenging outer space mission after Apollo, the twin brother of Artemis, the Goddess of the Moon.

It should tell you something. Do they know something the majority of people don’t?

Does God exist? Look at Nasa and the Greek Gods.

Mimicking and opposing Greek Mythology

Twelve Olympian Gods (Greek Mythology) versus Twelve apostles (all simple-minded men)

Hercules (Greek Mythology) versus Strong man Samson (women as betrayer)

Golden Apple (Greek Mythology) versus Forbidden fruit (woman eats it and causes the downfall of all)

Greek Mythology (Greece) versus Foreign land prophets (why didn’t it happen in Greece?)

Immortal Olympians versus Healing power you gain through possessing faith. (No priest has it)

Orpheus (don’t look back) versus Sodom and Gomorrah (don’t look back)

Greek Gods who have issues versus One perfect God who created this world in less than a week and loves everyone.

Hades, the ruler of the Underworld (Greek Mythology) versus Satan ruler of Hell

Conspiracy to take over from the Olympian Gods

The only thing I see here is a massive conspiracy to take over from the Olympians.

Copycats have done their best to outdo Greek Mythology in a desolate foreign land.

Others then do the same thing in other lands to establish their own righteous authority.

Remember though, the Greek Gods and Goddesses have a legacy of ancient temple sites going way back.

There are also physical reminders of grand acts associated with Greek mythology, which other sexless gods fail to match, apart from those of India.

India does have the Kama sutra guide and temple carvings that show where their ancient loyalties lie.

However, India doesn’t have the intellectual firepower of famed poet Homer and early Greek philosophers like Aristotle, Socrates, and Plato.

The written word, as dictated by other faithful men of God, was considered more than enough. A big mistake!

If one true God is so powerful, why hasn’t he spoken to everyone in a crowd, or on TV? No need to show his face.

It would have been simple enough to do. Just let a large group of believers and non-believers hear the voice of God every 100 years or so.

More valuable books could have been written. It would have been a worthy investment in time, especially in regard to setting things right in regard to the many different and opposing faiths in the world.

Does God exist? Watch the best Greek mythology movies and decide for yourself.

Greek Gods don’t pretend to love everyone

Just get over it. Do you love everyone on this planet?

Does any king or politician truly love everyone? Then why should a God or Goddess love everyone?

Just accept your fate, and try to improve it without becoming an enemy of the Greek Gods.

Remember, no one gets out alive. At the end of the day, who you consider a winner could actually be a loser and vice versa.

The Olympic Games

Why were these worldwide Hellenic Games revived in honor of the Olympian Gods?

Does God exist? Look at the Olympic Games flame lighting ceremony and how it starts.

Olivia Newton-John (Bonus Proof)

Watch these three movies: Grease (1978), The Warriors (1979), and Xanadu (1980), if you want to know what the movie Grease is really about.