Earth is the aim 6 : Exoduses and survivors ; Part 2: The peoples of the sea ; Chapter 3 : The Illyrians

Earth is the aim 6 : Exoduses and survivors

Part 2: The peoples of the sea

Chapter 3: The Illyrians

Names of the peoples

Why are all these people have different names?

These are all Edenists or Atlanteans

It was determined in Volume 1 Eden and Atlantis were their home galaxy

Then they have a differentiation of name by the name of their planet, the continent of this planet, the countries of the continent, the region of the country and the city-state of this region

So they reproduced the same pattern on earth while retaining their original names

It is even likely that the generations of the period of – 2000 do not remember that

Despite this, they have kept the necessary cohesion to gather sufficient warriors to face a common enemy …

History of Illyrian

The Illyrians are an Indo-European people who settled on the Dalmatian coast to the Bronze Age, ie from approximately – 2000

According to Herodotus, they occupied the coastal areas from northern Greece up to Venice

Their recorded history begins towards – 700, but more accurately to – 400 …

Their origin, what interests us here is that the Illyrians are one of the Sea Peoples who embarked on the conquest of the Mediterranean following the Dorians

It is very likely that they helped Dorian in their conquests and vice versa

Don’t forget that these warrior-traders are like the Phoenicians, and they had interest in supporting one the other to found counter network in Northern Mediterranea

Cadmus and Harmony

Cadmus was sent by his father, the king of Tyre , in Lebanon today, to search Europe, his sister, who was abducted by Zeus, changed into a white bull, with order not to return without her

He went first to build a temple to Poseidon, on the island of Rhodes and went to Thrace, now Istanbul, where his mother, Argiope , died

Always in search of his sister, he was ordered by the Delphic oracle to stop his research and to build a city where a cow he had to meet will stop

In the land of Fokida , now European Turkey, he bought a cow out of the herd of Pelagon and followed it to Viotia

The cow stopped on the future site of Thebes

Cadmus then decided to sacrifice it to Zeus

He sent men to fetch water from a fountain, he had noticed on arrival

As they were slow to return, he went to meet them, but found only their bodies

Besides, there was a giant snake

Cadmus killed the monster after a tough fight

He levied teeth according to the will of Athena, goddess of wisdom, and sowed them

So went them out of the ground armed men: the Spartans

He threw a stone at them, and as they did not know where it came from, they accused each other and killed each other

Only five of them survived

They helped Cadmus to build the city of Thebes

However, to atone for the murder of the snake, son of Ares, he had to put himself to the service of Ares for 8 years

Once completed his sentence , Cadmus received from Athena the kingdom of Viotia, and from Zeus , a wife: Harmony, daughter of Ares and Aphrodite

All the gods were present at the wedding

Hephaestus gave Cadmus as a wedding gift a necklace, made with his hands, that the king then gave to his wife, along with a cloak given to him by Athena


Cadmus and the Dragon, Evia, about 560 to 550 BC. J.C.

Louvre Museum

Wikipedia Public Domain Photo: Bibi Saint-Pol

From their union were born four daughters, Ino, Semele, and Agave Autonoe and a son, Polidoro

Ino and Semele became goddesses

After entrusting the throne of Thebes to his grand-son, Pentheus, they established with Harmony among enchéléiens

The enchéléiens are Illyrian tribe occupying around Mirdita, in northern Albania

The enchéléiens were at war against other Illyrian

The oracle told them that they could overcome that if they took the ancient Theban sovereign

Cadmus and Harmony then led their new people to victory

Shortly after a son was born, they named him Illyrios

At the end of their lives, they were turned into snakes and received by Zeus in the islands of the blessed, the Champs Elysées

Marriage of Cadmus and Harmony is celebrated in the mysteries of Samothrace

A temple in honor of Cadmus was brought to Sparta, and Harmony was honored in Thebes

The Illyrian

Historians claim that the name comes from Illyrian Illyrios, son of Cadmus

They just forgot to read the legend: Cadmus named his son Illyrios because he moved with his wife Harmony, to Illyria

So when Cadmus came in Illyria, the country of that name already exists!

As divine legislator of Boeotia, the Greek historians attribute to Cadmos the introduction of the alphabet and the technology of metal smelting

Herodotus estimates that Cadmus lived about 1600 years before him, ie around 2000 BC. J.C.

This corresponds with the consistency of historical chronology

Contemporary historians take no attention to the legends

They see them as fictions without any relation to history, and same for ancient authors

But it is like this former people have given us our story And the story they describe us is consistent not only with the facts, but also with the chronology
Likewise we have seen in previous volumes that time the gods ended from – 2000

And if 2 of Cadmus daughters become goddesses, it is that the story is set at this time

On ancient representations of the dragon fought by Cadmus, the Cyrenean style cutting or amphora Evia, both in the Louvre, it is curious to note that the dragon is represented by a huge snake

Only in classic paintings from the 18th century up to the present, it is represented by a dragon

We saw in the last chapter of the first part of this book that the dragon is a flying weapon become over time a former flying animal and spitting fire

So I think it should say: Cadmus fighting the giant snake as dragon is still a translation error



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