The Ancient Greek God Poseidon and His Moods, Islamic Jinn Angels, the Etymology of “Genie” and “Genius”, and the Disembodied Voice of the Jinn

The Ancient Greek god Poseidon was the god of the sea, but he was also the god of earthquakes and strangely enough, the god of horses. When Poseidon was in a good mood it was believed that he would create islands and calm seas for voyages but that when he was in a bad mood he causes shipwrecks through lifstorms. Islam has its own version of angels referred to as “jinn” (pronounced “gin”) who have free will and therefore can be good or bad in their intentions. The term “jinn” is where the term “g...

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