Part 4: The Indo-European, Chapter 12: The Scythians

Part 4: The Indo-European, Chapter 12: The Scythians

Published August 9, 2010

A magnificent Scythian pectoral weighing 1150 grams of pure gold, discovered in the kurgan of Tolstaja mogila …

DESTINATION EARTH

Book Two: The peoples

Part 4: The Indo-European

Chapter 12: The Scythians

The Indo-European

The Atlanteans inhabit the Galaxy and Atlantis are friends / enemies of the galaxy édenistes of Eden The Aryan Arya inhabit the planet, which is part of the galaxy of Atlantis This planet has several ethnic groups Arya One of the planets’ races Arya, it is the Scythian When the Aryan, or Indo-European, as it is politically correct to call them, have settled on land, they are naturally divided into city states of the same ethnic group in the valley of the Thar, until the war of to Yi – 2000

The Scythian

After the war of Yi, from the valley of the Thar, the Scythians were resettled in Ikshvaku But from this relocation, to – 2000, Scythian, like other ethnic groups, were immediately prepared their move, knowing that their situation was not sustainable Ikshvaku They then settled in what is now known as European Russia, between the Caspian and Black Sea Each ethnic group being part found his own civilization in a new country, the Federation of Indo-European Atlantean broke Thus the Indo-European civilization ended between – 2000 and – 1500 in Ikshvaku

Scythian origin

Diodorus says that it is Zeus and the goddess who gave birth to snake Scythians He tells us that the Scythians from Asia This means that we speak of Scythian Valley Thar

The Greeks said that the Scythians were born to the union of Hercules and a goddess snake-woman they had three son, Agathyrse, Gelo and Scythians Scythians alone could bend the bow of Hercules They specify how they tell us about the population of the Scythian Ishkvaku Herodotus tells us that Scythe is the first born of the union of Jupiter and a daughter of the river Borystène Reminder: the gods and goddesses are named after their territories, rivers, mountains, countries, etc., and Borystène is the name of Russian Dnepr River The first Scythian king of Russia, according to Herodotus, was Targitaos who ruled around 1500 BC It confirms that speaks well of the Scythians of Russia The name given to the Persian Scythian populations in the Avesta, is Saka, and they are in Samarkand, Ikshvaku … There Haumavarka the Sakas, the plains of the Siberian Altai, the Sakas Tigrakhauda in the region of Samarkand and Sakas Taradaya Russian Note that the names given to the Scythians by the Persians in the Avesta, are Sanskrit, which corroborates well the origin of the valley of Thar …

Science and Mythology

Of course, for archaeologists, all this is mythology, that is to say baseless stories … There they, the real scientists, who know what actually happened … Especially when that mythology is collapsing their official theory of Aryan invasion … Yet thesis Diodorus of Sicily, Greeks, Herodotus and Persian overlap … According to Diodorus, the union of a god and mother goddess, also goddess of snakes, was born on Saka people, we call the Scythian This happened a very long time before they arrive on earth In Greek legend, was born Scythians of the mother goddess and a god of earth, which gave birth to a Scythian Ishkvaku, the Sakas Tigrakhauda The union of a god and a goddess Earth, was born Scythians, Sakas Taradaya chief, who led the Saka Scythians in Russia and who gave them their name Scythian He arrived in Russia from Central Asia around 1500 BC. AD The first Scythian king of the kingdom of Russia was Targitaos And it fits perfectly with the coherence of the thesis that I put in place since the beginning of the book first … And it also corresponds to the story …

Time of gods

To tell a tale or legend is told: it was once In Asia, it said it was the time when gods lived among men … Legends, Asia, are more accurate on the historical period There are three eras: The weather gods, that is to say, before they arrive on earth, before – 19,404 The time when gods lived among men, that is to say – to 19,404 – about 2000 Human time, that is to say, after – about 2000, when the gods who remained on earth died So when Diodorus tells us that the Scythians was born of a union between a god and a goddess, dating event Those were the days of gods, before – 19,404, and it happened in space When the Greeks and Scythians Herodotus tell us that is born of the union of a god and a goddess of earth, or conversely, they also date the event: this was when the gods lived among men That is to say that it happened after – and before 19404 – 2000, and that it happened on Earth The

Scythian gods

It must be remembered that the gods of Olympus, which are also those of China, are in their base in space, and that they are gods édenistes We know by the legends part of their history For Atlantean gods, immobilized on earth since qu’Atlantide sank, the stories told in the legends correspond to human life with technology is very advanced Herodotus gives us a list and description of Scythian gods Now the Scythians are Atlantean, but this, Herodotus can not know … It brings the names of Scythian gods, the functions of the gods he knows, that is to say, those of Olympus That is why the names of the Olympian gods he tries to match those of Scythian gods, do not really Descriptions of Scythian gods by Herodotus, correspond better to the Atlantean gods of the Vedas or ases Tabiti, in Sanskrit means Tapati: burn, we can see the origin of the Vedic gods for Scythia Herodotus, could be Tabiti Hestia, goddess of fire and the home, but his description corresponds in ases, to Frigg Papaios the head, Zeus could be, but is actually Thor in ases Apia, Papaios wife, would be the goddess of the earth, that is to say ases in Jord Thagimasadas Poseidon could be, but is Njord, in ases Oitosuros, according to Herodotus was Apollo, that is to say Baldr in ases Argimpasa, is the goddess Aphrodite, but is actually the Freyja of ases A Scythian god, according to Herodotus might look like Hercules, but his description fits better to the story of Sigmund Herodotus describes a Scythian god like Ares, the god of war, that is to say, Tyre in ases

History of the Scythian

After exploring the region from – 2000 to 1700 BC. BC, the Scythians of Central Asia left the pros Ikshvaku visit Russia They worked copper and bronze They used a brown pottery with geometrical They were horse breeders The dead were buried in graves marked with a circle of stone, or mounds kurgans Once installed, they continued their advance westward In – about 700, they had annexed the Ukraine Through its alliance with the Assyrian, Scythian king Bartatoua crushed to – 638 the Cimmerian Herodotus tells us that – 628, his son Madyès invaded Media, who had attacked Assyria The Scythians then invaded Mesopotamia, Syria and Palestine In – 611, they advanced to Egypt, and Psammetichus I came to meet them and paid them tribute In 512 BC. BC, Darius sent against them an army of 700,000 men, but the Scythian denying the shock front, Darius had to return empty-handed to Persia In the fourth century, the Scythians arrived in Romania and Hungary In the third century, is the branch of Scythians Sarmatians, called Sarmatians, who took power and continued their advance westwards, to Europe …

The kurgans

This is the Russian name of Scythian tombs, burial mounds erected in They date from the third to first millennium BC. AD These are artificial hills covering a tomb They are usually grouped in cemeteries The largest are between 120 and 400 meters in circumference and cover burial chambers located over 15 meters deep The bigger they are, the greater the personality buried The bodies are on the back, head turned toward the east, in a coffin decorated with gold plates, dressed in their finest clothes On the skin of the mummified dead, there are sometimes tattoos Of wives, servants and guards, strangled or poisoned, as well as horses often accompany the deceased The number of sacrificed horses, with their finest trappings, could be very important, up to 400 animals for the most important kurgans They were slaughtered at once mass and burial chambers arranged around The funeral chariot was broken and deposited in the grave Since ancient kurgans these were the prey of looters Archaeological excavations of these kurgans have unearthed many artifacts, some very valuable Tsar Peter the great collector of Scythian gold objects, which he exhibited at the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg Found objects, mainly gold, silver and tin, are quivers, pectorals, clothing accessories, tanks or harness, vases, handles weapons, shields, ornaments, jewelry, helmets, torcs (necklaces Celtic), pendants, bronze flags, stakes topped by bells, etc. … We also found the trappings of felt and clothing decorated remarkably The themes of decoration are usually animal, real or fantastic, but we also see fight scenes It was also found in the tombs of amphorae filled with oil or wine and pots full of meat

The Russian kurgans

The best known are kurgans Kelermes, Solokha, Tolstaja mogila, Kul-Oba, Alexandropol Chertomlyk the kurgans of the Taman peninsula, Maikop, Novo-Svobodnaya, Stani-tsa, Krasnodar, Khomina Mogila Tovsta, Strašnaia Mogila Kostromskaïa Stanitsa, etc. …

Kelermes

In 1903, near the Cossack village of Kelermes, DG Schultz, treasure hunter, discovered one of the most famous Russian kurgans Some objects were sent to the Tsar, including the famous mirror silver and gold panther, others were left behind The majority of finds were melted into ingots … A new excavation campaign started in 1980 During the following 10 seasons, revealed Kelermes tumuli forming a primary and secondary underground necropolis In addition to many new finds, we could get a deeper understanding of Scythian manners

The royal kurgan Solokha

The kurgan of Solokha was excavated in 1912 It is 19 meters high and 70 meters in diameter It housed two royal tombs The first had been visited in antiquity, but the second was intact: On the clothing of the deceased there were gold plates decorated He wore a gold torque, the ends were decorated with lion heads His legs were protected by bronze greaves He had a bronze helmet, a sword with scabbard decorated with gold plates and a quiver of silver containing one hundred and four to twenty bronze arrowheads Everyday objects which were accompanied by particular compounds of silver plate, a gold cup with animal decoration and a comb made of solid gold embellished with a fight scene with three warriors He was accompanied by a servant and five horses Curiously, this royal tomb is located in the Zaporizhia Oblast, the region where Herodotus is grounded Gerrhos, where Scythian buried their kings … But it is the habit of scientists to establish that: hey, Herodotus was right …

Tolstaja mogila

The kurgan of Tolstaja Mogila was 8.50 m high and was covered with 1,500 cubic meters of earth It dates from the 4th century J.C. One room was 7 m below the current ground level and over 15 m below the top of the kurgan Several horses and servants were sacrificed to the deceased The body of a woman was added later, accompanied by a small boy and several servants She was adorned with gold jewelery and accompanied toiletries, glass containers and Greek pottery It was found near the master bedroom, furnished in a cache, a sword in a sheath and a gold pectoral of gold weighing 1,150 grams

Kul-Oba

In 1830 to Kul-Oba, Paul of Brux, military Franche-Comte in the service of Czar Alexander I, discovered in the Crimea, the Kul-Oba kurgane, which means in Tatar: the hill of ashes The tomb has a wooden ceiling and is furnished with a canopy decorated with gold plates A man and a woman, accompanied by a servant are buried The man was crowned with a tiara and had a breastplate of 461 grams of gold In a coffin of cypress wood inlaid with ivory, a woman dressed in a richly brocaded robe, crowned with a diadem of electrum, wore lots of jewelry She had pendants, a pair of earrings, a breastplate, a necklace and two bracelets All the jewels were gold There was also a vase of electrum, a vial, a whip, a knife and quiver, all inlaid with gold and precious stones The finds in this kurgan are now on display in the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg

Maikop

The Maikop kurgan was excavated in 1897 by Nikolay Veselovsky There were found many objects of gold and silver including a figurine of a bull with long horns solid gold Dated the 3rd millennium BC, he was 10 meters high and 200 meters in circumference This is especially interesting kurgan by its dating: it proves that the Scythians were well established in Russia in – 2000 and maybe even before … The latest kurgans be dated – 300, it shows a continued colonization of this region by Scythian … They probably left Samarkand earlier than previously thought … It was then, as seems the most logical and coherent, progressive occupation after an exploratory expeditions

Tovsta

The kurgan of Tovsta is north of a set of over 20 kurgans To the east lies that of Chertomlyk and northeast of the Khomina Mogila Tovsta the kurgan was excavated in 1971 by an archaeological expedition Ukrainian It was 8.60 m high with a diameter of about 70 meters There were found the remains of three horses and several servants The main objects were excavated from horseshoe nails, fragments of a wooden seat covered with leather and silver jewelry and gold, 600 gold rings It was also found arrowheads, an amphora with three handles, bath bronze, etc. … Adjacent graves have also helped to find many objects and features Scythian jewelry

Kostromskaïa Stanitsa

A set of kurgans dating from the Bronze Age was discovered Kostromskaia stanitsa The excavations were made in 1897 by N. I. Veselovskii The head was buried here along with many servants and 22 horses There were many weapons, armor, arrowheads, etc. … Among the jewels, the most notable is a gold plaque in the shape of deer

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