Golden Fleece in Greek mythology, is the fleece of the golden-woolled, winged ram, Chrysomallos, which was held in Colchis, by the Spartans. The fleece is a symbol of authority and kingship.
The Golden Fleece in Greek is called Chrysó-mallon déras from Sanskrit kASThA-mAlin-dari i.e. splitting the crown of the Sun. Chryso is the base word of Chrystos, Jesus. Jesus often portrayed as a ram, which should make the Golden Fleece source and meaning more obvious. We can also find in ancient Egypt Ram-headed sphinxes.
This story was also recorded in the mythology of Jason and Media (the Spartans) quest to possess the Golden Fleece, a symbol to gain authority, superpower, which can only be maintained with rivalry, conflict. They wanted to control the mind of the man, portrayed with the snake, the lust for power, control. The Sanskrit origin of the Golden Fleece kASThA-mAlin-dari is portraying the rivalry over the ancient knowledge (science) of the Phoenicians, which the thieves, the Spartans thought to be magic and will enable them to control earth and the universe.