Part 4: The Indo-European, Chapter 15: The Hattis

Part 4: The Indo-European, Chapter 15: The Hattis
Posted November 9, 2010

Hattusha, the capital of Hatti …

DESTINATION EARTH

Book Two: The peoples

Part 4: The Indo-European

Chapter 15: The Hattis

History of Hattis

The Hattis lived in Anatolia in the days of Eden, based édenistes arrived at the end of Würm III, to – 10,000 BC They were used as labor to édenistes Adam and Manu were tribal leaders hatti It is said that Hattis disappeared Population does not disappear, except total genocide, which is almost never happened There are always some individuals who manage to flee and escape … We can summarize their story: In – 6951, Adam was born In – 6776, Adam was expelled from the Garden of Eden In – 4900, reduces the flood area to the north of present borders of the Black Sea in Turkey and swallowed up the Garden of Eden (see Book I, Part 3: The édenistes) From 2000 BC, the Hittite annexed the southern Anatolia It should be noted that the Hittite, Atlantean people, do not try to annex the north for fear of starting a war against the édenistes

The Hattis south, invaded and defeated, took refuge in Haran in northwest Mesopotamia, east of Ugarit There, Abraham will gather them to – 1800, and take them in search of new territory From that moment, the Hattis will become the Hebrew According to the Bible, Abraham would be lowered to Ur of the Chaldees, and then would have returned to Haran, to begin his journey to the promised land At present this part of the journey does not seem historically plausible, while the departure from Haran is attested If it is indeed unlikely that Hattis be lowered to Ur, it is conceivable that Abraham will be made either alone or with a small group, to realize the possibility of settling the Chaldees Having found it impossible, he could join his compatriots to Haran and took them to the east … The Hattis north, weakened by the departure of the populations of the south, will be absorbed by the people of northern Black Sea, which will gradually invade this region They thus become part of their conquerors

Mythology hatti
The Hittite sent us hatti mythology in cuneiform We speak particularly of the moon fell from the sky, direct reference to the arrival of édenistes One that corresponds directly to the divinities is the goddess édenistes Wurushemu Hatt and his companion the sun-god of the sky Eshtan Wurushemu is the mother goddess and wildlife and wife of the chief gods, the sun god … We find ourselves in familiar territory … There is also a storm god, Taru Wurunkatte is the god of war Inara is the genius of the city Hattusha, capital of Hattis Halmasuit is the goddess throne Kunzanisu is the goddess of the moon

The Hattis

They are past the Neolithic – 10 000, the Bronze Age – 7000! No doubt they were helped by the gods édenistes … Because at that time they already mastered the metallurgy of copper! They also used lead … They made pottery glossy clear They lived in square houses with 2 floors The dead are buried under houses Hattis princely graves testify to the wealth and development of their civilization In – about 6000 BC, the Hattis had already developed a large urban cities with Nerik, Zippalanda, Catal-Huyuk Çayönü, Göbekli, Nevali-Cori, Hacilar, Asikli-Huyuk, Can-Hasan, Cafer-Huyuk Curkurent , Hattoush, Nesa / Kanesh Koussara, Zalpa, etc. … The city of Nesa, known then and now Kanesh Kültepe, is a site that has found numerous tablets which are business records, but also ceramics, female idols of stone and many other objects dating from the third millennium Outside Kültepe Catal-Huyuk and the excavations which have only recently begun, there are still many places to visit and search And certainly, we still have much to discover and learn about … The Hattis

Çatalhöyük

Çatalhöyük, the hill of the range, is located in the plain of Konya in central Anatolia It is a Neolithic site that was discovered by J. Mellaart, British archaeologist, in 1958 Its population was estimated between 8,000 and 10,000 inhabitants The lifestyle there was equal There was no social class and women and men had equal status They buried their dead in the basement of houses All houses are juxtaposed and accessible through an opening that doubled as a breakdown There are no streets The dating of houses ranges from – to about 9000 years – 5000 BC

The walls are made of mud brick decorated with paintings The reasons are buxom women, a woman giving birth, a woman sitting on a throne surrounded by wild animals, men riding a bull, men with erect phallus There are also geometric motifs and stylized Some panels depict scenes of hunting or vultures devouring headless bodies In many houses have been found bulls heads They practice agriculture Cultures are based on the production of wheat, barley, flax, peas, chickpeas, lentils, vetch, apples, pistachios, berries, almonds, etc … Given the dry climate, this agricultural production requires irrigation system … They had pets and supplemented their hunting needs with The craft was highly developed there They industrially produced pottery and obsidian tools They mastered the copper smelting They made arrowheads, spearheads, daggers of obsidian and flint, stone maces, stone figurines and clay, dishes made of wood, ceramics, jewelry, beads and pendants made of copper and even textiles … The city also included an important activity of international trade over long distances It was a clearinghouse for wood, obsidian, flint, copper, shells All this in – 6000, there are over 8000 years …

The Hattis, people édeniste
The Hattis, original inhabitants of Anatolia, at least from – 10 000 BC, are a people édeniste So why this chapter is it placed in the fourth part of this book: the Indo-European? In fact, I’ve already talked about in the book Hattis first and second in this book, when the history of Hebrew and roma And now as we unfold the history of Indo-European, after having followed the valley of the Thar, then Ikshvaku, after following the Scythians and their wanderings, we will discuss the history of Indo-European city-states of Middle East It was therefore necessary to make an inventory prior to see what the Indo-European to find in this region A more detailed history of Hattis, seemed therefore a necessary pre-

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