Part 1: The people édenistes, Chapter 17: Mycenae

Part 1: The people édenistes, Chapter 17: Mycenae
Published July 20, 2009

The door of Tholos, Tomb of Agamemnon …

DESTINATION EARTH, Book Two: The peoples

Part 1: The people édenistes, Chapter 17: Mycenae

 The Minoans

The Minoans dominated the whole Mediterranean basin since their installation on Crete around 5000 BC until the period around 1500 BC (See the chapter on Minoan: 9/9) First with their own armed forces, and because of the decline in population was foreseeable from the outset of édenistes around 3400 BC, with the help of a foreign army, composed mainly of Mycenaean, warlike Indo- European origin Atlantis and installed in neighboring Greece Minoan domination of the Mycenaean is due to their sophisticated weaponry Minos of Crete, the Minoan island, was completely devoid of defenses and fortifications, unlike the fortresses of Mycenae and Tiryns The Minoans had nothing to fear conventional weapons from other Mediterranean populations of the time … With our modern weapons, would we need to fortify our cities today? …

The Achilles heel

The defense of Minos is ensured by their giant robot: Achilles This giant robot, with its radar and laser guns incorporated, shall defend the island, efficiently, both day and night … The maintenance of this robot was through a door lock code, embedded in the heel of the robot … This code is known only by the head of the Minoan maintenance team … It seems that at this time, the Minoans had underestimated the Caliph of Mycenaean syndrome: the Grand Vizier always wants to become Caliph instead of the Caliph …
The eruption of Santorini dated between 1650 and 1600 BC, followed by several huge tidal wave, has certainly weakened considerably the Minoans … So they naturally compensated for their weakness by increasing significantly the percentage of labor Mycenaean … And when the maintenance crew had to incorporate Achilles staff Mycenaean, the worm was in the fruit …

Attack of the Mycenaean

A beautiful night at about 1450 BC, a small group of Mycenaean working Minos, was able to enter the robot Achilles The door in the heel of the robot had been opened with the code known only to the chief Minoan and left open by the Mycenaean accomplice, working maintenance team … It was enough to the group of attackers Mycenaean severing hydraulic lines of the robot at the heel and thus, Achilles lost by gravity, while its oil (his blood, to answer the picture of future writers related the story) … Without oil, no longer met the commands and the robot has fallen … The Mycenaean then lit a big fire, and the fleet Mycenaean waiting on the lookout at sea, no longer had to invade the island, with no guards and defenses … And above all loot, gold and wealth, because they knew or was, and take everything in Mycenae, where we could find some of these thefts …


The Mycenaean, also called Achaeans, build fortified cities in Argos, Mycenae, Tiryns and Nauplia around 2000 BC. AD Mycenae, the citadel of Agamemnon, stood on a hill north-eastern Peloponnese, overlooking the plain of Argolis The citadel is protected by cyclopean walls: each block of stone of this wall, weighs about ten tons The Greeks believed that only Cyclopes could have superimposed these blocks Drinking water was supplied from a tank In addition, an underground passage with that a source This confirms the destination of these fortresses warrior … But also using the Minoan to the size and handling of blocks 10 to 120 tons …

The palace in the center of the citadel is organized around several rooms and corridors with the throne room, the sanctuary and the Megaron, large room with central fireplace and a porch with columns surrounded by a series of terraces Mycenae commands the road from Corinth to the north and the fortresses of Argos, Tiryns and Nauplia, across the Peloponnese It Schliemann, who identified the site of Troy, began excavations at Mycenae in 1876 He discovers in the first circle royal tombs of 19 bodies, some of which are adorned with gold masks, and outside the enclosure of a series of impressive domed burial chambers

The door to the famous tholos, known as the Treasury of Atreus or Tomb of Agamemnon, is surmounted by a lintel consists of two blocks each weighing 120 tons The large circular burial chamber, high 13.60 meters and 14.20 meters in diameter, is surmounted by a dome-shaped hive consists of 33 seats arranged in annular cantilever This burial chamber is now one of the biggest indoor antiques devoid of internal support

The Mycenaean

They have relationships with the Minoan culture, as evidenced by the objects found in graves tell the circle B graves, dug in the rock outside the walls of Mycenae The use Mycenaean Linear B writing, Minoan writing … Many clay tablets written in this language were found in the palace of Pylos, Mycenae, Tiryns and Thebes, as at Knossos, the Minoan town where the writing is rooted This writing is an ancient form of Greek Prosperity of Mycenaean Greece is due to their trade but also in their raids, as Minos and other Mediterranean territories and even to England and on the Baltic coast … Archaeological finds show that Mycenaean warriors were well equipped with weapons, armor and tanks Were found Mycenaean pottery in Egypt, Syria, Italy, Sicily, and England The tholoi, domed tombs built of squared stones and accessed by a corridor, are frequently lined with large amounts of amber, which came from the Baltic coast and numerous gold objects which came from Minos, and many Other treasures from trade or plunder …

The legends of Mycenae

Achaean capital of the kingdom, Mycenae is home to two dynasties, that of the Perseids, which would have subjected the Pelasgian, and then the House of Atreus or Pelopides Mycenae was founded by Perseus, aided by Cyclops (Minoan robots?), Who have built the walls of the fortress city One day, thirsty, he plucked a mushroom, a fungus, and as he came out of the water, he drank and his thirst was quenched, instead he gave the name of Mycenae The House of Atreus, in Greek hoi Atreídai, are the descendants of Atreus, in Greek mythology

Pelops, son of Tantalus, emigrated to Greece where he had two children of Princess Hippodamia: Atreus and Thyestes Atreus, founder of the Peloponnese, seized the throne and killed the two son of his brother Thyestes It saves Aegisthus, incestuous son of his brother Thyestes and his daughter, Pelopia Two son Atreus: Menelaus, king of Sparta and Agamemnon, king of Mycenae Agamemnon marries Clytemnestra and has three children, Orestes, Electra and Iphigenia, Clytemnestra was born from an egg laid by Leda seduced by Zeus changed into a swan Born from this egg Clytemnestra and her twin sister Helen who married Menelaus The wife of Menelaus, Helen, is abducted by Paris son of Priam, king of Troy Abduction, more or less agreed by Helen, rather than less elsewhere, triggers the Trojan War Agamemnon, supreme commander of the fleet of the expedition to Troy, kills the deer favorite of Artemis The angry gods as punishment for this crime, decide to stop the wind to prevent the fleet of Agamemnon heading out to sea Calchas the soothsayer advised Agamemnon to sacrifice his daughter Iphigenia in order to gain the indulgence of the gods and get the wind to finally lead his expedition to trojan … Iphigenia at Aulis to come to be sacrificed, Agamemnon Achilles said the proposed marriage Learning the real reason for his trip, however it accepts to sacrifice Artemis substitutes a deer just in time Iphigénie en Tauride is found as a priestess and her charge to sacrifice all foreigners who present themselves …

The wind picks up and the fleet can finally set sail for Troy and from The siege lasted ten years with alternate success and failure The Iliad tells the last years of the war Agamemnon has made him her captive, Achilles withdrew to his tent and stopped fighting To find a solution to the conflict, we organize a single combat between Paris and Menelaus, Helen watched with emotion by the ramparts At the last moment, Aphrodite snatches Paris’ in a cloud The battle resumes, which depict heroes as Diomedes and Ajax Hector, Priam’s son, stormed the camp of the Greeks, began to burn their fleet and kill the best friend of Achilles, Patroclus Achilles, angry and desperate, after rendering funeral honors to his friend, back in action after a long chase and manages to kill Hector He drags the body of Hector, tied to his chariot in the dust but eventually makes the body to the Trojans on the prayers of Priam The Iliad ends with the lament of Andromache, Hector’s wife, Hecuba, his mother and Helen

The fall of the city we are told by Virgil in the Aeneid Aeneas, after a shipwreck, came to Carthage in Africa, the land of Queen Dido She welcomes him and asks him to tell the woes of Troy The city was taken by fraud: Inspired by Pallas (Athena), the Greeks built a huge wooden horse that they leave on the shore They pretend to return home In fact the Greek ships are hidden behind an island near Troy, Tenedos In the horse are hidden several Grecian chiefs, whose Ulysses A traitor leads the Trojans to bring the horse, offering to Pallas (Athena), in the city The priest Laocoon opposes this idea, but two huge snakes, from the sea, enveloping him and his two children in their rings and smother This will encourage the Trojans to bring the horse in the city On the night the warriors come out and open the doors of the city to their compatriots in silence income of Tenedos The town was taken and burned and Priam is slain Returns of this war were long and hard, except Nestor Menelaus takes eight years to return to Sparta But the return the longest and most difficult was that of Ulysses, told by the Odyssey It took ten years to return to Ithaca, his homeland to find his wife Penelope The end of the war is told by Aethiopis, written only in the seventh century by Arctinos of Miletus, according to oral tradition … Pâris, aided by Apollo kill Achilles with an arrow in the heel This is the first time, after about 2600 years, which is the confusion between the robot Minos Achilles and Achilles, the warrior chief, companion of Agamemnon But the Iliad does not mention any of the legends of immortality Achilles that would have been given by her mother who has dipped into the Styx … Especially as in the rest of Homer Quintus of Smyrna, he is wounded by the Ethiopian prince Memnon And from that moment on, the confusion between these two characters, will become the new story of Achilles and the robot will forget the Minoan …

Agamemnon returns to Mycenae and Cassandra wins in war-making Cassandra was given the gift of prophecy, but his punishment by Apollo, is never to be heard Cassandra predicted the death of Agamemnon When he returns to Mycenae, he finds his throne occupied by Aegisthus and Clytemnestra seduced by it Clytemnestra reproaches her husband’s sacrifice of his daughter Agamemnon arrives at the palace where 20 gunmen ahead They kill Agamemnon and Cassandra Aegisthus reigns seven years of Mycenae Warned by his sister Electra, become slave, Orestes avenges the death of his father by killing his mother and her lover This matricide him being pursued by the Furies, goddesses of vengeance … One day in Tauris, Iphigenia recognizes her brother Orestes and runs with it The court of Aérophage hill of Ares, god of war, met by Athena Electra will be saved by Apollo, while Orestes is acquitted by Athena He married Hermione, daughter of Menelaus and reign over Mycenae and puts an end to the woes of Atreus
Mycenaean cult The Linear B tablets we confirm that the Mycenaean worshiped the gods who form the Greek pantheon: Poseidon, Athena and Dionysus, among others … For Minoan mythology was in fact their story … For Mycenae, it was their religion … To benefit from the strength of the gods Minoan, Mycenaean adopt the mythology, which is the fictionalized story of the gods édenistes in their paradise of Mount Kunlun, Olympus, and their interference with the land …

The Greek

After – 1300, the decline of Mycenaean begins The palace of Pylos was destroyed around – 1200 and never rebuilt The Mycenaean civilization then gave birth to the classical Greek world At Mycenae and Tiryns are the ruins of the two largest cities of the Mycenaean civilization, inextricably linked to the Homeric epics, the Iliad, the Aeneid and Odyssey that have influenced the literature and the arts for over 3000 years

The Romans

Later, in turn masters of the Mediterranean, they will adopt the Greek cults to benefit from the strength of their gods … The wheel turns … These gods are then abandoned in favor of Christianity …

The gods and men
We note of course that since the departure of édenistes 5400 years ago and about the destruction of Atlantis here about 5000 years, the presence and actions of the gods become more human … For Mycenae, we realize that apart from the robot defender of Minos, Achilles, and the construction of robots Cyclops, citadels, which are many achievements of édenistes, the rest is qu’épopée fictionalized … In the epics, the presence of the gods 4000 years ago is still important, since this time corresponds to the end of life of the Atlantis and édenistes stay on earth, and who had a vested interest in pretending to be divine, despite the gradual decrease their power more and more visible to the human …



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