Rarest Ever, intact Trojan War mozaic found in Syria and Astrology

I always loved Greek Myths. The story of the Trojan War is very famous. Archeologists in Syria discovered a wonderfully intact mosaic depicting the Trojan War along with Amazon’s who fought with them. What was once a myth is now thought of to have been a real historical event. Most myths are based on real things.

“On April 24, 1184 BCE, Greek armies invaded the city of Troy, in modern-day Turkey marking the end of the Trojan War. Here’s the astrology chart for that date and the discovery today chart by transit Note that this is a URANUS return year for this date. Once every 84 years

Astrology chart of the date the Trojan War ended with Transits

The war had been sparked a decade prior when Helen, left her husband Menelaus, king of Sparta for Paris of Troy after Goddess Aphrodite made her ‘fall in love’ with him.

Menelaus convinced his brother Agamemnon, king of Mycenae, to travel to Troy to retrieve Helen. 

The pair were joined by Odysseus, Nestor and Ajax, and accompanied by a fleet of more than a thousand ships. 

The siege lasted 10 years and was interspersed with  battles, fights and deaths of legendary figures.

It ended when the Greek armies retreated from their camp, and left a large wooden horse outside the gates of Troy. Bemused Trojans pulled the ‘gift’ into the city, but when night fell, a group of Greek warriors climbed out and sieged Troy from within.       

The tale has been retold through time, most famously in Homer’s Iliad, which recounts the story of Odysseus’ journey home to Itchaca.

For centuries, it was widely believed that both war and the city were mythological. 

However, now most scholars believe Troy was real in what is now Hissarlik in Turkey.”

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-11307601/Archaeologists-dig-Roman-mosaic-former-rebel-stronghold-Syria.html

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