EARTH IS THE AIM 6 : Exoduses and survivors ; Part 2 : Peoples of the Sea ; Chapter 11 : Tartessos

EARTH IS THE AIM 6 : Exoduses and survivors

Part 2 : Peoples of the Sea

Chapter 11 : Tartessos

 

Tartessos

The history of Tartessos was really difficult to reconstruct

So many researchers gave a multitude of documents to understand

I think I have succeeded, and I’ll book the result

The main obstacle that has prevented so long to unravel the course of history is the Kurgan theory, which now should be ignored

It was very difficult for scientists obliged to submit themselves to the dictatorship of the official theory

Tartessos is an Atlantean colony bridgehead at the entrance to the Mediterranean, established at about -6500

This explains their language, writing and technology

Tartessians gathered there European goods that could then safely join Atlantis

These 6000 years of service are confirmed by the writings of the Greek geographers

 

History of Tartessos

Towards – 6612, arrival of the Atlanteans who settled in Atlantis

Towards – 6500, the Atlantean of Atlantis create the counter of Tartessos

Towards – 5000, Hercules is stealing the red giant oxen

Towards – 4000, the Iberians, the Atlantean of the Thar Valley, begin their colonization on the coasts of Europe and have consolidated the Atlantean colony of Tartessos

Towards – 3800, 2nd Star Wars

Towards – 3500, arrival of kelts, Iberians north assigned North of Portugal and Galicia

Towards -3000, Atlantis is swallowed and the Iberians set up with the other Peoples of the Sea , their supremacy on the Atlantic and NorthMediterranean coast

In -2650, the first nuclear war Yi, and until – 2350 second nuclear war Yi, the Iberians arrive in number and settled on the coasts of Europe, from the Tagus valley up to the Rhone Valley

From – 1200, the decline of Iberian begun and Phoenician will be able to grab that coveted counter

Towards – 600, a tsunami following a dirt earthquake caused by tectonic plates movements, will engulf the city and turn the delta of Guadalquivir into an estuary

Tartessos carried the names of Gades, Gadir and Cádiz It is the oldest city of the West Its history and development are due to a unique geographical location between Europe and Africa and between Atlantic and Mediterranean

 

Evidence of the existence of Tartessos

Pliny confirms in his “Natural History”, book IV, “But really at the end of the Béthique, 25 miles from the entrance of the strait, there is the island of Cadiz, 12 miles long and wide 3, writes Polybius […] the island has a city with inhabitants of Roman citizenship, called the Giulia Augustani city of Cadiz (Gades). The side facing Spain, about 100 steps, is another island … in which he had first had the city of Cadiz. It is called … Junonide by natives. Timaeus says that the largest island is called by them Cotinusa; but our people call “Tartessos” and the Carthaginians Gadir, a Punic word meaning “hedge”. ”

Justin, author of a Compendium of philippics stories written by Pompey Trogus told us: “The wood of the Tartésians, where the Titans made, as they say, war to the gods, are inhabited by Cunètes: Gargoris, the oldest of their kings, taught them to collect honey . The weak of his daughter had given him a grandson, ashamed of this infamy, he tried various means to kill the child […] He [Gargorix] acknowledged his grandson in the likeness of traits and certain marks printed on its body at birth. Astonished for so many hazards and perils, he chose him to succeed to him. He receive the name of Habis. Hardly raised to the throne, he displayed so many virtues, that it let recognize the purpose of the gods whose hand had torn him from so many perils . He submitted to his laws still barbarous people;. He taught them the first to harness oxen to plow, to fertilize its furrows, and remembering his past sufferings, made them to abandon their wild food for softer foods. […]. He forbade his people all slave labor, and distributed in the seven cities. ”

Herodotus speaks of a people of Iberia, to which he gives the name of cunésians or cunètes He said the neighboring people of Celtic, lived the most western part of Europe, beyond the Pillars of Hercules

Herodorus confirms the occupation by cunètes of Lusitania, Portugal, up to Alentejo, thus comprising Tagus Valley

Pausanias the Périégète discovered in Greece in the 2nd century B.C. two rooms in the sanctuary of Olympia, which the people of Elis affirmed has been realized with bronze of Tartessos: “They say that Tartessos is a river in the Iberian land that flows into the sea by two mouths and between these two mouths lies a city of the same name. The river, which is the largest of Iberia, and knows the tide is called Baetis more recently, and some think that Tartessos was the old name of Carpia, a city of the Iberians ”

Excavations of Schulten of Erlangen , Bonsor and Jessen in 1923 let found strange inscriptions similar to the Greek and Etruscan alphabets

They also discovered a wall block that indicates the existence of two cities, one dated the 3rd millennium B.C. and the other towards – 1500

Tartessos had knowledge for its advanced technology

It was the main supplier of gold, silver, bronze, tin and iron in the Mediterranean area This stranglehold on metallurgy is confirmed in the Bible by Ezekiel

The Book of Kings mentions the ships of Tarshish, which delivers every three years gold, silver, ivory and monkeys and peacocks to the King Solomon’s court

 

The Treasure of El Carambolo

The Treasure of El Carambolo, attributed to the civilization of Tartessos, was discovered in 1958 in El Carambolo near Seville

These are 21 gold jewelry with a total weight of nearly 3 kg

The jewelry show floral patterns

They are a pendant necklace, two bracelets, two chest-shaped cowhide and 16 plates

The jewelry is dated by the Carriazo professor with a very wide range from the 8th century to the 3rd century BC.

He stated that this treasure is “A treasure worth of Argantoni” legendary king of Tartessos

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Tesouro Mairena – Seville Museum

Wikipedia CC Photo: José Luiz Ribeiro Bernardes

 

New Site excavations have unearthed a statue of the goddess Astarte

As this discovery has thrown a first doubt , further excavations have unearthed a temple considered Phoenician

But I still think that it is a Tartessian treasure , so I will date it from the 3rd millennium, and which was later recovered by the Phoenicians

Besides the style of jewelry always brings us back, as the Lady of Leche, to the Asian Atlantean of the Thar Valley, Scythian and Bactrian style

We cannot recognize Phoenician style in this jewelry , but it looks like treasures found in Scythians tombs

 

Didymus

Tartessos was considered an island by Greek and Roman writers

Antonio García y Bellido says: “The city had two urban centers, one in the islands and the other in the continent, this is where we get the name of Didymus as in Greek didyma means” twin ”

In reality, Tartessos was a single city with a center on the island and the suburbs on the mainland Didymus was indeed the twin city of Tartessos connected by land Tartessos received or distributed his goods to the Atlantic

They also needed a port on the Mediterranean side, just on the other side of the present Straits of Gibraltar, as existing since -6500, and up to -5000 , the Mediterranean sea was 100 meters lower than the Atlantic, and was a closed sea

It had to be somewhere between Gibraltar and Ceuta, at about 100 meters below the actual sea level

Of course when the Strait of Gibraltar become opened , the port of Didymus was engulfed

 

Legends, myths or reality?

If these are only fairy tales, why legends give specific dates and locations clearly identified?

The legends tell us clearly the HISTORY

The altered truths are mainly of two types:

Empower explainable history for indigenous for consistent technological prowess and used mainly to keep the secret of the real action

All Greek and Roman authors confirmed in their writings, at about -500, they have learned of Tartessos archive, which dates back to over 6000 years

Carthaginians when they seized in Tartessos in – 1100, destroyed the archives, but only after having carefully studied them to find navigation secrets

This is what has allowed us to have the knowledge of them

We saw in EARTH is the aim 2 , Atlantean gods, the first Atlantean populations arrived on Earth, are the Atlanteans of Atlantis

The Mayan calendar tells us when this happened : in -6612

Exactly 6000 years before the Greek and Roman writings:

What we had to prove …

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About DOUGLAS MOONSTONE

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