The first recorded Olympia festival (Olympic Games) took place in Olympia, ancient Greece. It was held at the stadion where the Temple of Zeus was built.

The etymology of the Olympic Games is the ancient Greek Mount Olympus and the Twelve Olympians. The Olympia Festival was dedicated to Zeus. At the Olympics, the athletes swear to Zeus and loyal to him. In this way, he worshiped and united one god at the five-day festival. The beginning of the Olympic Games is a tournament dedicated to Emptiness.

The symbols of lightning bolts such as Kongosho and Eagle were also seen in Zeus's hands.