Monotheistic concepts are non-specific concepts. That is good in some ways, but not good in others. The concept we call “Apollo” or “Odin” is not like that. It is a very specific concept, and it is furthermore the oldest significant concept that we know. We can find it in Germanic literature where it is called Odin or we can find it in Greek literature where it is called Apollo. In the stories I am talking about here, it is the same concept. That makes this concept as old as the time when the ancestors of the Greeks and the ancestors of the Germans shared the same culture, and that links it to the Corded Ware and Bell Beaker cultures of 2,500 BC.