Part 1 : Peoples of the Gobi ; chapter 8 : The magyars

Earth is the aim 6 , Exoduses and survivors

Part 1 : Peoples of the Gobi

chapter 8 : The magyars


DESTINATION TERRE 6 , Exodes et rescapés 

1ère Partie : Les peuples du Gobi 

Chapitre 8 : Les magyars




Magyar, map:



Magyar traditionally are all free and noble

This is why all Hungarian nobles today are the descendants of the original Magyar


Magyar, driven by Yi wars, Gobi Valley from – 2400 BC, settled following the Baltic to Europe

They are then blocked in their progress by the Atlantean populations: the vanes of the community and ases the north, the west and kelts Scythian and Thracian east

But also by édenistes communities south, in a part of the present territories of Greece, Romania and Bulgaria


They could not get there, by the Baltic route

Indeed, the southern Gobi peoples penetration is around – 2400, occupied by the Thracian and Scythian, Atlantean enemies


They are mainly installed in city-states that were already colonies, based from – 3800 BC

Upon their arrival, during the two successive waves of colonization and installation, technological progress has been made édenistes


So they occupied approximately the present territories of Poland, Prussia, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, Hungary and parts of Romania until Transylvania and part of Bulgaria and Macedonia


We uncovered many Magyar runes in Transylvania and the Sitovo sites in Bulgaria and Macedonia Gradesnica, which have been dated to about 2400 BC


Magyar language

Magyar, as they call themselves, or Hungarian name given to them by foreigners, are an ethnic group speaking a language of the Finno-Ugric group, the family of the Ural-Altaic languages


Magyar arrived with their writing: Hungarian runes

In his book, ethnographic analogy, the Hungarian Anna Walter Fehérné, argues that current runes were formed by a gradual transformation of their ancient form, cuneiform, used around 6000 BC


Atlantean mythology and édenistes

The Atlanteans and édenistes mythologies are the same!

This is normal, they tell the same story

The differences come from the side where we place:

Friends or enemies or vice versa


Periods that brought the most problems, are those of Yi wars

10 suns, saucers war that destroyed by nuclear fire, Gobi Valley, generated responses of nuclear édenistes, destroying many Atlanteans regions like Thar Valley


The édenistes legends that tell these episodes so first talk destructive suns

Away from the Gobi Valley, they become monstrous wheels, burning everything in their path

Away again, they become dragons, burning everything in their path

And thereto introduced snippets of Yi’s story, like the quest for immortality pill that is bathing in the blood of the dragon This is complicated by the merger of the vanes and ases, which then brought this version édenistes legends to his Atlantean legends


The legend of the sword of Sigmund, the legend of Siegfried, the legend of the Wawel dragon and late version of the legend of Achilles, are versions of the Yi history, views édeniste side


The legend of Achilles, was written in the 3rd century AD

The history that gave birth to the legend dates from around 1700 BC, see Volume 1 and 3


Mythology of the peoples of the Gobi

The mythology of Gobi peoples dated Neolithic

Christianization has obscured the pagan origins and shamanistic

When she could not destroy them, she transformed the pagan gods into Christian saints


In 1848, we updated the idol of Zbruch, four-headed god, Ukraine

Svantevit, four-headed god, has its temple in Cape Arkona on the island of Rugen in the north east of Germany

Several other statues with four heads were discovered at other sites to Bulgaria


The common concept mythologies of Gobi peoples is the world tree

Its top represents the sky, the world of the gods, the trunk of men and roots, the underworld, the realm of the dead

The kingdom of the dead is a pleasant, verdant plains composed of an eternal summer, likened to paradise


The world was divided horizontally by the four cardinal points

Hence the statues of the gods with four heads

For those three-headed gods in question, ruled the three worlds: heaven, earth and underground


These dimensions are those of Chinese mythology

China, the middle kingdom and land based édenistes


Legend of the Wawel Dragon

The terrible dragon lived in a cave in the Wawel hill overlooking the Vistula


Each day, the dragon was walking through the countryside, killing people, burning their homes and devouring their livestock

The dragon particularly liked devour girls

To appease it was offering him a girl once a month by placing it at the entrance to his cave


The king wanted to end this dragon and he sowed terror in the region

He called the bravest knights of his kingdom and invited them to confront the dragon


All of them lost their lives in the fire that threw the dragon

All the girls in the city were eventually sacrificed except one, the king’s daughter, Wanda

The king promised his daughter’s hand in marriage to him who overcomes the dragon

The bravest warriors fought against the animal but none managed to defeat the dragon


One day, Krak, a poor shoemaker’s apprentice, took up the challenge

He stuffed a lamb with sulfur and put it in front of the cave of the dragon

The dragon immediately went out to eat the offering


Immediately afterwards, he was very thirsty

He walked to the Vistula and aim his fill and even more so the sulfur was thirsty

Then he continued to drink, but nothing soothed the pain in his stomach

He still continued to drink and her belly swelled enormously as he emptied the waters of the Vistula

It explodes


The shoemaker and married the daughter of the king and the prince became Krakus

They lived a long and happy


Polish legends

The Wawel Dragon Cave, known in Polish Smocza Jama, is now a tourist site in the city of Krakow, the name of the winner of the dragon, Krakus

At the entrance of the cave, a dragon statue was erected

It is located on the hill where stands a castle and the Wawel Cathedral


We thus find, in the south of Poland, a clearly édeniste legend, which proves the incursion of the Magyars in the region


Legend of Hunor and Magyar and the magical deer

From: Tales and legends Hungary S. Solymossy


Once upon a time there was a very long time in the land of Evilath, a giant named Nimrod

This giant had two son:

One was called Hunor and one Magyar


When they became adults, they left their father and went to live in separate tents

One morning while they were out hunting in the puszta they débusquèrent a large deer

They launched in pursuit

They pursued him from morning to night

At bedtime the great stag sun disappeared into the swamps of Lake Maeotis


The next morning, they rushed after him, sought, searched, in vain, they resumed in pursuit, but they could never find her footsteps

The two hunters felt frustrated but good humor returned quickly

Browsing in all directions this unknown region, they realized they had discovered a rich and verdant land


The two brothers then said:

“We lost the deer, but we found better

This land is rich ours, we settle here without delay ”


They immediately returned to their father and said to him farewell with these words: “Father, we found a land that bear rich harvests, and we started to occupy

Yours will you, we leave the country ”

They took their armies and went to settle in the swamps of Lake Maeotis on his island


The Lake Maeotis is surrounded by mountains and very difficult to access

Island Lake Maeotis has no river, but it is rich in grass, trees, Fur game, feather and water

Young people therefore settled in this region for five years and do not move


But in the sixth year, without anyone knowing why, they went into the puszta

In the puszta, they saw a troop of women dancing joyfully to the sound of musical instruments

It was the women and girls Belar, who came south with their tents to celebrate a traditional festival


Hunor and Magyar with all their warriors then rushed on dancers

Without asking their name, each took one on his horse and they took them into the swamps of Maeotis


Not one woman escaped whole company

Among the prisoners there were the two daughters of Dula, chief alains Hunor married one of the other two and Magyar

The descendants of the Huns were Hunor and Magyar were the descendants of the Magyar

This is the origin of the Huns and Magyar peoples


Magyar legends

The text of the legend of the origins of the ancestors of the Magyars, is that original kingdom Evilath

Evilath is the Latin translation of Hawilah

Hawilah, means: Where is gold

Hawilah and Kush in the Bible, Genesis 2 are the most distant regions may exist


Nimrod, grand son of Noah, father of Hunor and Magyar, lives in the land of Kush, located in the vicinity of Eden according to Genesis

Or in the case of the little son of Noah, at that time, the original Eden is at the bottom of the Black Sea, see Volume 1

So this is the new Eden, in the Kunlun Mountains

Kush is on the edge of the Himalayas, Hawilah being further north, so it matches the Gobi Valley


The description of the lake is quite Maeotis Lake Baikal and the haven of the two brothers to the Olkhon


Belar and alains countries, there are more than 4,000 years, would be located east of the Himalayas in northern Iran

The alains as Magyar are all noble

This unique behavioral feature has been the contribution of women to the Magyar ala ins and probably the Huns


The alains women were nomadic warriors and Greek and Roman authors have identified them as the legendary Amazons

The alains migrated to the west to the Sea of Azov at the beginning of our era


Another interesting point is that although the genesis differentiates the Garden of Eden, drowned by the flood and causing the evacuation of Noah and Eden Chinese legends in the Kunlun Mountain, built after the flood to replace the Garden of Eden


Magyars are édenists since Magyar is the great grand son of Noah



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2 Responses to Part 1 : Peoples of the Gobi ; chapter 8 : The magyars

  1. O Hyon Yo says:

    I appreciated for your translation that gave me lots of references.
    I don’t trust Bible story:
    Another interesting point is that although the genesis differentiates the Garden of Eden, drowned by the flood and causing the evacuation of Noah, in the Chinese legends the Eden was located in the Kunlun Mountain, which perhaps might have been built after the flood to replace the Garden of Eden.
    Rather than the sentence ‘Magyars are édenists since Magyar is the great grand son of Noah’.- I would like to change into the following sentence: The Margyars are elite ethnic peoples because they became the roots of all European royal families.
    Noah legends came form Nuh (Нұһ) of the Kazaks legends, I heard; And also, all the Bible stories originated from Babylon sources, and written based on Babylon sources that had been carried by Hebrew ethnic reformers after 4 BC such as Ezra, Nehemia,… GH Well wrote this tales in the Outline of History:
    I think that the beginning of civilizayion originated from not Mesopotamia but India or China or Centural Asia.
    Thank you for your sincere effort
    Sincerely Yours.
    O Hyon Yo


      hi … I thank you for your message , but you make your opinion on one sentence on one chapter on one part on one book only from 7 books … this sentence is exactly what it is : the exact piece of the puzzle put where it had to be … to understand how it works you have to read from the book one up to this book 6 … actually the book one : Earth is the aim 1 , Eden and China’s gods is already translated in English and and available on amazon … the volume 2 is on translation and will be available soon but you can read already on the blog all the titles from th volume 2 ( as once publiushed they are no more available on the blog ) enjoy your reading … regards douglas

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