EARTH IS THE AIM 6 : Exoduses and survivors ; Part 2 : The peoples of the sea ; Newly published : Chapter 16 : Madere , Selvagens and Canaries

EARTH IS THE AIM 6 : Exoduses and survivors

Part 2 : The peoples of the sea

Newly published : Chapter 16 : Madere , Selvagens and Canaries

 

Madeira

Madeira is a Portuguese archipelago administered in autonomous region with Funchal as capital

It is located between the Azores and Morocco

 

The island of Madeira which represents about 90% of the land of the archipelago is of volcanic origin

It is renowned for its levadas, irrigation canals created to convey water from the watered slope of the North-West of the island to the South-Eastern slope favorable to agriculture

 

The archipelago was known since antiquity

According to Gilbert Pillot, author of The Secret Code of the Odyssey, Madeira would be the Island of Aeolus where gods entrusted the Zephyr to Ulysses, taking care to enclose the other opposing winds in a leather bag

 

The islands of the archipelago had to be linked together in a recent past where the waters were at a lower level or the land at a higher level

It is for this reason that no archaeological traces can be found from the Neolithic to the present era

 

Selvagens islands

The Selvagens Islands, in Portuguese Ilhas Selvagens, literally the Wild Islands are part of the autonomous region of Madeira

They are located between Madeira and the Canary Islands

The islands were known since antiquity, mainly because they were more or less connected to Madeira

 

Canary Islands

The Canary Islands are located off the coast of Morocco

The Canary Islands are part of Macaronesia which includes the Canary Islands, Madeira and the Selvagens, the Azores and Cape Verde

The archipelago of the Canaries is the largest and most populous of Macaronesia

Pliny the Elder and Herodotus wrote that somewhere at the West of the world was an island where lived dog-men

Explorers discovering big wild dogs in the island, believed that it was this island

The Romans called them: the Fortunate Islands beyond the columns of Hercules

Pliny the Elder in his Natural History, evokes an expedition sent to these islands at the beginning of our era by the Moorish king Juba II

The Guanches raised large dogs

The Moors brought back some specimens

Thus the name Canaria derives from the Latin canis

 

The first known trip is that of Hannon, between 630 and 425 BCE

Hannon was a rich Carthaginian seeking new trade routes and found an empty island of inhabitants with significant ruins

The archaeological heritage of the Canary Islands includes hundreds of caves nestled in cliffs and mountains, as well as tumuli, menhirs, pyramids and petroglyphs

 

 

Pyramids of Güímar in Tenerife

 

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Pyramiden in Güímar, Teneriffa

Photo Wikipedia Public domain: Berthold Werner

 

The site of Güímar comprises several pyramids with North-South oriented floors on the axis of the summer solstice

The 6 current pyramids are located in the village of Güímar on the island of Tenerife

There would have been 9 in total

The perfection of the size of the corner stones excludes the hypotheses of stones evacuated from the fields as some wanted to make believe

On a deed of sale of the site in 1854 there is no mention of the pyramids

But they are well noted on an act of division dated 1881

For official archeology, they were therefore built between these two dates

In 1991, Thor Heyerdahl studied the pyramids and discovered that they could not be made of stones placed at random

The stones located at the corners show marks due to the man and the platform has been elevated

The stones do not come from the surrounding fields but from far more volcanic rocks

All pyramids have stairs allowing access to the summit

 

An archaeological excavation was carried out in 1991 which proved that the pyramids were built after 1800:

The pyramids were above a layer of earth that contained debris of pottery imported from the 19th century

 

It is clear that what happens between 1854 and 1881 is part of the proven history

Who at that time, and for what reasons, wanted to build a pyramid, sorry, 9 pyramids there?

Who would have had the financial means?

These millions of tons of displaced stones would certainly have been echoed in the local and international press, just only for jobs created

And the architect of these pyramids would certainly have claimed paternity

 

What is clear is the desire to exclude these pyramids from their context

And the archaeologist who lent his name to this masquerade is also the one who voluntarily polluted his site of excavations

 

It is not the first time that the tyranny of dogma has intervened in archaeological discoveries

Fortunately today, thanks to the internet, these tricks can not continue for a long time

 

Near the pyramids, in El Rincón, E.Bethencourt and F.P.De Luca, in 1996, find a circular tumulus

This is a monument of the Neolithic, a dating which correspond much better with the pyramids one’s

 

The underwater ruins of the Canaries

In 1981, Pippo Castellano organized an underwater expedition off the Canary Islands and the Moroccan coasts

He makes a sensational discovery:

Several mysterious ruins lie at the bottom of the ocean near the island of Lanzarote

At a depth of 15 meters and over an area of about 275 square meters, divers found large flat stones set up as on a road

The stones were carefully laid and stone steps bordered by a submarine wall formed by regular triangular blocks, lead down as if they were going up to a wharf

Certain marks carved in the stones seemed to be symbols or signs that resemble petroglyphs sculpted on earth rocks

 

In 1984 Charles Berlitz stated:

An underwater wall off the Moroccan coast, extending several miles in length, first discovered in 1974 by a diver has since been studied and photographed

Some of the stones are comparable in size to foundation stones used in the temple of Baalbek in Lebanon

 

Andrew Collins reiterated these findings at his conferences: “It is more likely that the underwater structures near Lanzarote are evidence of the presence in the archipelago of a proto- Phoenician, Iberico-Phoenician or Carthaginian, during the first or second millennium BC. ”

 

Canary petroglyphs

 

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Petroglyphen von El Cementerio auf der Spanischen Insel La Palma

Photo Wikipedia CC: StMH

 

This petroglyph which shows a round labyrinth is on the island of Lanzarote near Las Palmas

This symbol represents the enclosures and channels of Atlantis, the capital of Atlantis

It coincides with Plato’s description of the submerged continent’s capital

 

The Cueva Pintada

In Gáldar we find the cave of Cueva Pintada

The drawings on the walls of the cave are made up of red, black and white squares and spirals and triangles

 

The preservation of the Cueva Pintada is of concern

Runoff water seeps into the cave’s volcanic ash, creating a damp atmosphere that blurs the paint

 

The colors used in the cave were extracted from local land

Pottery decorated with these same paintings was also found in Gáldar

As well as more than 100 earth idols of human and animal forms

 

Gran Canaria is the only Canary Island where painted pottery was found

 

Close to the cave have been discovered many troglodyte houses, often with rooms in the shape of cross

Holes in the floors and walls of the cave rooms include furniture, beds and fireplaces

Carved cavities were also found in the rock for storage of foodstuffs

Living in caves in Gáldar was a home which was cool in Summer and warm in Winter

 

Other Canary Islands

In Cenobio de Valerón, Santa María de Guía, was found a huge communal granary

 

At Maipés de Agaete was found a necropolis with nearly 700 tombs and a large tumulus of 8 meters in diameter and 3 meters high, built with volcanic stones

 

In San Bartolomé de Tirajana, was found the prehistoric necropolis of Arteara composed of more than a thousand tumulus

It is two kilometers long and one wide

 

In San Bartolomé de Tirajana, in the village of Tunte, the site of Punta Mujeres includes numerous troglodyte dwellings

It is a whole agglomeration hollowed out in the rock with its houses, its granaries, tombs and cave paintings

 

In San Bartolomé de Tirajana, the site of Almogaren de Amurga is considered as a place of worship

 

In Temisas, the site of La Audiencia, is a hamlet of caves dug for housing with kitchens, silos, granaries, etc …

 

In Agüimes, the site of Les Letreros de Balos is the most important group of rock carvings in Gran Canaria

 

In Agüimes also, the site of Risco del Canario, located in the ravine of Guayadeque is a set of about thirty artificial caves, with difficult access which preserved them in case of attack

 

In Telde, the site of Cuatro Puertas is a large cave dug by hand in the volcanic tuff and which has four doors accessing a horizontal platform, probably used for magical or religious practices

 

In Telde, the site of the village of Tufia, is a group of caves and stone houses as well as a tumulus

 

In Telde, the site of the village of Tara is a set of caves where we found many tools

 

In Telde, the site of the village of La Restinga in Llano de las Brujas includes dwellings, granaries and burial mounds

Some constructions overlap, indicating prolonged use

 

In Telde-Ingenio, the site of El Draguillo is located in the ravine that separates two communes, which includes petroglyphs and caves dwellings with silos and funerary caves

 

In Santa Brígida, the site of Bandama includes caves called Cuevas de los Canarios

It is a set of dwellings and collective granaries located in the inner slope of a caldera with cave engravings

 

In Artenara, the site of the village of Acusa includes a set of houses often painted with funerary caves and large granaries

 

In Artenara, the site of the caves of Caballero serves for housing and in three of them we can see ruporal triangular engravings and also of other forms

This site is considered as a magical and religious place

 

In Artenara there is the site of the Candiles cave, the interior of which is divided into six small hollowed niches which are covered with dozens of inverted, engraved or bas-relief triangles which are believed to be associated with rites of fertility

 

In Artenara, on the site of Acusa, in an ancient village whose dwellings had painted rooms with funerary caves and important cereals for storing cereals, we found a burial vault containing six mummies:

Two women, three men and a young boy

Mummies are exhibited at the Museum of Las Palmas

The bodies were wrapped in rush mats or stitched goat skins

Gómez Escudero, a historian during the invasion of the island, wrote:

“They kept the lard and the fat in jars, and fragrant woods for the sake of death, anointings, smoking, and put them in the burning sand to let them embalm them, and after 15 Or 20 days, they put them in caves …. ”

In Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, the site of the Caves los Canarios is made up of two large artificial caves for the home and other smaller caves, with silos dug on two levels under a large natural arch which

 

In Arucas, the site of La Cerera is a housing formed by caves

 

In Gáldar the sites of Bocabarranco, El Agujero and La Guancha form the remains of one of the most important villages in terms of area

In addition to the large number of homes, there are numerous exceptional mounds

 

In Tejeda, the site of Bentayga, the caves del Rey are composed of three sets arranged in lines

The caves are intended for housing and also form granaries, funerary or religious places and an important altar, an almogaren

 

In La Aldea de San Nicolás, the site of the village of Caserones includes a large set of dwellings and tumulus

 

In Mogán, the site of the Palace of Tabaibales also includes dwellings in small towers and walls

 

In Mogán, the site of the small cave of Majada Alta is distinguished by its anthropomorphic pictograms, painted in red ocher

 

In Temisas the site of La Audiencia shows us caves carved in the rock used in dormitories, kitchens, silos and granaries

 

In Lanzarote the site of El Bebedero they discover about 100 shards of Roman amphorae, nine pieces of metal, and a piece of glass

The found objects were dated between the first and fourth century AD

Most sherds belong to large amphorae used to transport wine, salt and olive oil

Analysis of amphoraes clays confirms their origin from Campania in central Italy, from Betica in southern Spain and Tunisia

 

Off Lanzarote, in 1964, a Roman amphora was discovered underwater

Since then, new Roman amphorae and other objects

 

History of the Canaries

The first to settle in the Canaries were the Atlanteans from – 6612

The petroglyph of El Cementerio is certainly their mark of possession of the territory, much like our flag when discovering a new world

 

We speak here of the archipelago of the Canaries in the broadest sense: Madeira, the Selvagens and the Canaries

But as the management of Atlantide was their main work, they have delegated the management of the archipelago to the Iberians from – 4311

It was the error that certainly cost them the end of Atlantis

 

Indeed, if they had stayed there, the Egyptians would never have been able to build their 2 ATMs which ended in Morocco and the Islands of Cape Verde

And with three fifths of the power, the ATMs could certainly have caused a tsunami of lava , but not the opening of the ridge that engulfed Atlantide

 

After – 3000 and with the swallowing of Atlantis, the Mayans no longer have a base for passage and storage, and the Canaries are just where they need to be for trade between America and Africa

 

They then settled there and built their famous pyramids with platforms, like those of America and Asia, later reused in places of worship by the addition of floors and chapels

In fact, these platforms are landing areas for vertical take-off aircrafts

 

Their traces are also found by the presence of petroglyphs, scattered over their territories on Earth

 

Towards – 1200 and the extinction of the peoples of the sea, the Phoenicians recovered the Atlante counters and the Canaries were not an exception to the rule

 

 

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EARTH IS THE AIM 6 : Exoduses and survivors , Part 2 : The peoples of the sea , Newly published : Chapter 15 : Cape Verde’s Islands

EARTH IS THE AIM 6 : Exoduses and survivors

Part 2 : The peoples of the sea

Newly published : Chapter 15 : Cape Verde’s Islands

 

The Cape Verde Islands

The ten islands of the Cape Verde archipelago are located about 2000 km South of the Canary Islands and about 500 km West of Senegal

The islands of Cape Verde are part of Macaronesia

 

The archipelago is of volcanic origin but there are vestiges of sedimentary land which proves that they were connected to the African continent in the past

 

The isolation of the archipelago is only apparent:

The Caribbean Islands are directly on the opposite, on the other side of the Atlantic, and a marine current from the West ends there

Vegetation and tree trunks from the Americas regularly run aground on the Western beaches of the islands

 

The shoals are made up of plateaus connecting the islands, which makes possible to say that all the islands were connected before the water rises or that the lands are engulfed

 

The collapse of the volcano Fogo, 73,000 years ago, caused a tsunami with waves of 240 meters high

 

Modern history of the Cape Verde Islands

The islands were uninhabited before 1456, when the Portuguese Alvise Cadamosto discovered the Island of Cape Verde

Diogo Dias and Antonio Noli, captains of Henry the Navigator, explored the entire archipelago in the following years

 

In 1462 was founded Ribeira Grande which is today called Cidade Velha

 

The Portuguese used it as a base to export slaves from the West African coast

The archipelago located on the main trade routes between Africa, Europe and the Americas, is enriched by trading during the 16th century

His prosperity attracted the pirates, including Francis Drake who rampaged Ribeira Grande in 1582 and 1585

Ribeira Grande, again attacked, this time by French troups in 1712, yielded its place of capital to Praia

 

The colony, stopping on the maritime routes of the Indies and Australia, continued its expansion until the 19th century

During the 20th century, several famines decimated the population

The country becomes independent in 1975

 

Given to the economic situation of the country, many Cape Verdeans emigrated abroad, constituting a diaspora superior in number to the resident population of the country

 

Petroglyphs of the Cape Verde Islands

The botanist Chevalier, 1873 – 1956 ,who carried out 25 years of research in Cape Verde, raised 5 petroglyph sites, noticed possible dolmens on Santiago, Fogo and Santo Antao and modernized cave dwellings on Santiago and Fogo

 

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Pedra da Nossa Senhora, Ribeira do Penedo, San Antao, Cabo Verde

Photo http://www.bela-vista.net/Pedra-Nossa-Senhora-e.htm

 

On the island of San Antao:

“We were happy on the island of San Antao. We had been told that near the village of Janela, near the east end of the island, there was an inscription that no one had been able to decipher. We traveled from Pombas to Janela following the coast.

 

Janela is a small harbor at the mouth of the River Penedo. Going up this river, where the water runs all the year between the blocks of stone, only 1 km from the sea, we arrive at a place where the river, 5 to 6 m wide, is already tightened in a Valley quite narrow; An enormous monolith 3 m 50 high, 4 m wide, resting on a rock bedrock emerging from the ground of 30 to 40 cm is observed on the left bank, about 15 m from the bed. The face of this monolith facing towards the sea carries, at about 2 m height, two inscriptions with different signs of our alphabet (Rune characters?). The main non-mutilated inscription is on the left when looking at the sea and the characters, particularly a species of S, are still very visible. It is about 35 cm long and 20 cm high. The letters are engraved in hollow the whole is surrounded by a coarse, irregular frame.

The inscription on the right, in analogous characters, is partly effaced because it has been superimposed, also hollowed, on a cross with a pedestal which has made the characters of the pre-existing inscription disappear in part.

These, like the cross, are certainly very ancient, as evidenced by the lichens which cover the grooves engraved in the stone. Near the monolith, approaching the creek bed, there is a kind of dolmen formed by two large stones placed flat on retaining blocks and limiting a room about 40 cm. Of high and 1 m. 50 of width. ”

 

The historian Wolfel identified one of the petroglyph line as a Cretan linear script

 

On the island of San Antao:

“There would also be inscriptions similar to those of Janela in the NW of the island (near the Rib Altomira or in the vicinity?).

 

On the island of Boa Vista:

“M. F. BONNAFOUS informed me that the young men of Sal Rei recounted observing, as they climbed the rock of Rochinha, a mass of phonolites, which stands at 96 m. Above the sea, 1 km north of Sal Rei, inscriptions on the stone. I vainly sought them. ”

 

On the Island of Maïo:

“At the mouth of the Ribeira D. Joao there was also an old cave inscription. We went there and found in the cliff on the left bank only a Portuguese cross painted black and appearing old, but no inscription ”

 

On the island of Sao Nicolau:

“There is an inscription (Rocha escrita) near the mouth of the Rib. Prata, NW of the island (between Prata de Pau and Prata Espechim)

 

Megaliths of the Cape Verde Islands

Mr. Chevalier then talks about the “dolmens” of the Cape Verde Islands

The “dolmens” would be located at:

North of the island of Santiago

On the island of Fogo near Ribeira Lomba and Nhuco

In Santo Antao in the crater of Cova

 

ATMs

As the Buddhist monks say so well, a menhir is the energy of the earth that joins that of the sky Megaliths have mainly been established to intervene on the climate During the war of the Kelts against the Atlanteans, the Egyptians will ally with them for the same reason: They do not want to pay tax to Atlantis Then they will use the megaliths as a weapon and erect ATMs A little reminder : The ATM, Amplifier of Tide of Magma, allow to intervene on the tide that affects the magma They are lines of megaliths, more than 1000 km long, that will channel the cumulated energy of the earth and the space to increase the tidal power of the magma and thus create a surging wave The wave thus created will swell to become a lava tsunami that will overflow through the Atlantic ridge The Kelts have erected 3 lines of ATM: From Russia to Ireland, through Stonehenge From Russia to Brittany, through Locmariaquer, Carnac and the island of Er Lannic From Anatolia to Galicia The Egyptians have erected 2 lines of ATM: From Arabia to Morocco From Arabia to the islands of Cape Verde, through Ethiopia to Senegambia They miscalculated the power of this weapon because they should have obtained a tsunami that would have just enough destroyed Atlantis to allow them to recover the infrastructure The power obtained with the 5 activated AMMs spread the Atlantic ridge and engulfed the two large islands Only Iceland and the Azores still are there Technology of gods had disappeared After that they had to deactivate the ATM

 

Ancient history of the Cape Verde Islands

The islands of Cape Verde are the continuity of Cape Verde of Senegal

Maybe even they were connected

Greek mythology describe these islands as the Hesperides’s one

 

In ancient times, before – 3000, the islands of Cape Verde were the terminal of the 5th AMM

This is why there are megaliths on the islands:

Chromlechs , menhirs and dolmens

See DESTINATION TERRE 3, Dissolution of the gods

 

Towards – 3000, AMMs are activated and Atlantide is engulfed

See DESTINATION TERRE 2, Atlantean gods

Sure that this event triggered an enormous tsunami and we can think that the traces of the wave of 240 meters correspond to this engulfment

Plato tells us he felt it in Greece

 

Indeed, the result is that the megaliths were washed away and disseminated, and it this is not the previous tsunami of 73,000 years ago that could cause it

The traces of the 2 waves could be superimposed, which does not allow us to say which one is the most important:

That of the collapse of the volcano Fogo or that of the engulfment of Atlantide

But they both had were about of the same magnitude

 

Then after – 3000, the Mayans, having lost contact with Atlantide, need a land base near the other Atlanteans Peoples of the Sea

They will therefore inspect the islands of Macaronesia, which is why there are petroglyphs on the islands of Cape Verde

As Tokharians does , petroglyphs are near the river to gave indications

But finally they will choose to settle in the Canary Islands

See DESTINATION TERRE 3, Dissolution of the gods

And DESTINATION TERRE 4, The tokharians

 

Towards – 1200, with the decline of the Peoples of the Sea, the Atlante counters will be occupied by the Phoenicians

 

Then, around the first millennium AD, the Arabs vessels arrived

A local legend told by the historian Jaime Cortesão tells us that the Arabs visited an island called “Aulil” or “Ulil” where they harvested salt in natural salt marshes

It could be the island of Sal

 

Between the city of Sal Rei and the island of Sal Rei, satellite pictures seem to show possible human or port structures engulfed

An underwater exploration would be indicated, at least to remove any ambiguity

 

Then in the 15th century, Portuguese will bring the islands of Cape Verde into the modern history

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EARTH IS THE AIM 6 : Exoduses and survivors , Part 2 : The peoples of the sea , Chapter 14 : The Azores

EARTH IS THE AIM 6 : Exoduses and survivors

Part 2 : The peoples of the sea

Chapter 14 : The Azores

 

Macaronesia

Macaronesia, which means: the islands of the blessed, was so named by the Greeks

The Greeks thus designated these mythical islands where was the place of the dead, beyond the Columns of Hercules

 

Macaronesia includes the Azores, Madeira, the Selvagems Islands, the Canary Islands and the islands of Cape Verde

They are volcanic islands, with many active volcanoes

 

Just look at a map of the deep sea of the area to realize that the islands of these archipelagos had to be connected to each other when the level of the Atlantic was lower

In 1957, in the south of the Azores, about three thousand meters deep, coring has returned to the surface, freshwater plants normally present in swamps

 

Numerous other indices, all along the Atlantic ridge, seem to confirm that the current bottom of the sea was at least three thousand meters higher in the past

The sea-bed altitude change of recent historical times over the whole earth, regularly reach variations of about 1000 to 2000 meters

The 3000 meters of variation of the Atlantic ridge seem therefore quite possible

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Map of the French American Mid Ocean Undersea Survey of the Terceira / Sao Miguel Rift Volcanic Zone

Graphics: F. Tempera © ImagDOP. Bathymetry data credits: Lourenço et al., 1998

http://www.earth-of-fire.com/article-la-macaronesie-son-volcanisme-sous-marin-46976363.html

Photo Image Dop http://www.horta.uac.pt/ImagDOP/Banco/banco.htm

 

The Azores

Ana Arruda of the University of Lisbon says:

“The number of burials identified would imply the presence of a very large population, disseminated in the archipelago, a colonization capable of considerable demographic flows, well before the arrival of the Portuguese

However, there are nowhere of proven dwelling sites, and during the reconstruction of Angra do Heroísmo after the 1980 earthquake, which destroyed 80% of the city, no vestige of ‘An ancient human occupation’

 

Indeed, dozens of hypogea, tombs carved into the rock, megaliths, and many other vestiges corresponding to Neolithic are present in the archipelago

 

But, as she says so well, since 1427, date of arrival of the Portuguese, it has never been observed “the presence of a very large population, disseminated in the archipelago” nor “a colonization capable of flow Demographic flows ”

 

So if a large population has been necessary to generate such vestiges, it has necessarily been previous the arrival of Portuguese

 

Despite Portugal’s obstinacy to refuse to believe that before the discoveries of the Azores, Madeira and the Selvagems, there had never been anyone on these islands, the reality of pre-Portuguese inhabitants is evident

 

But politically, Portugal does not want to acknowledge it as they are fearing for their maritime rights of the 200 miles if these territories wanted to reach independence

 

History of the Azores

Towards – 6612, the Egyptians, coming from space, settled in the two great islands of the Atlantic and they call their territories: Atlantide, from the name of their galaxy of origin

See DESTINATION TERRE 2, Les dieux atlantes

 

Towards – 5000, Ra, helps Heracles in his mission to take back the orichalque that Geryon of Tartessos no longer wanted to give to the Edenists

See Chapter 11

 

Towards – 3800, the Egyptians are heading the Atlantean troops in the 2nd star war

See DESTINATION TERRE 2, Les dieux atlantes

 

Towards -3000, because of the kelts AMM, Atlantide is swallowed down, only Iceland stay emerging for the northern island and the Azores for the southern island, the rest of the 2 islands are engulfed to the Atlantic ridge or at about 3000 meters deep

 

Trade with Europe and Africa was then taken up by the Iberians who set up their trading posts in the Azores

See DESTINATION TERRE 2, The Atlantean Gods and previous chapters

 

Towards – 1200, with the extinction of the Iberians, the Phoenicians took over the counters and the trade of the Iberians and settled in the Azores, but also in the rest of Macaronesia

However, the Azores and the Canaries are their main counters

See previous chapters

 

After the Phoenicians, the Romans took over the exploitation of colonies and counters

 

After the Romans, Macaronesia became the territory of indigenous peoples

 

The islands will then be cut off from the world and will be able to live quietly until the invasions of the Portuguese and the Spaniards in the 15th century

 

The Pyramid of the Azores

A large submarine pyramid would have been discovered thanks with its GPS, by a sailor, Diocletian Silva, between the islands of São Miguel and Terceira in the Azores

 

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GPS data extracted from the interview of Diocletian Silva

http://beforeitsnews.com/beyond-science/2013/09/giant-underwater-pyramid-found-near-azores-island-associated-with-atlantis-portuguese-navy-investigating-2443658.html

 

In its discovery in 2013, Portugal announced that they would organize research

 

To day, just a boat of the Portuguese Navy has sailed in the area and said:

This is only a hill

 

But we know that it is an important fishing area

 

 

The Egyptian Pyramid of the Azores

The Azores are placed on the Atlantic ridge and are therefore the ideal place to represent the southern tip of Atlantis

 

As long as serious research are not carried out, it is not possible to affirm that the pyramid of Terceira / Sao Miguel really exists

 

However, it seems probable

There are indeed other pyramids in the region, notably in the Canary Islands

But they are clearly Mayan pyramids, pyramids with platforms

See DESTINATION TERRE 4, Les tokhariens

 

On the other hand, the pyramid of Terceira / Sao Miguel is clearly an Egyptian pyramid, pointed pyramid

 

If Diocletian Silva had strained, he would have described a Mayan pyramid as those already existing in the area and not an Egyptian pyramid

 

Lying is almost always more near of what truth should be

 

Diocletian Silva could not have known at this time the discovery that Atlantis was Egyptian

 

So if he described an Egyptian pyramid, it seems that he described what he really saw

 

Look carefully again in the first paragraph of this chapter, the map of the French American Mid Ocean Undersea Survey of the volcanic area Terceira / Sao Miguel and you will see that we can clearly see the pyramid on its hilltop

 

We cannot exclude on this basis that it is a natural promontory, but it seems to me that it looks more likely as an human construction

 

All these presumptions tip the balance in favor of the pyramid

 

A first expedition would not cost much, just to explore the top of the pyramid at 40 meters bottom accessible to simple IV levels of diving, to examine the reality of the place:

Pyramid or hill

 

Then, depending on the results, a more extensive expedition can follow, with European and international funding, with a certainty of discovery

 

It seems that this is not a desired option

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EARTH IS THE AIM 6 : Exoduses and survivors , Part 2 : Peoples of the Sea , Chapter 13 : The Basque

EARTH IS THE AIM 6 : Exoduses and survivors

Part 2 : Peoples of the Sea

Chapter 13 : The Basque

 

 

The Basque country

 

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base map d-maps.com

http://d-maps.com/carte.php?num_car=2196&lang=fr

 

Since a while , mountains of Northern Spain, from Galicia to Catalonia, on French and Spanish side were shelters land

That is why this region can be called, bounded roughly like the map above: Basque Country

 

Indeed, the various hypotheses on the origin of the Basque highlight that the housing area of the proto-Basque was far more extensive than the current Basque land

 

The first to take refuge there , were the surviving populations of the last Würm glaciation from – 10,000 B.C.

The climate become warmer , meadows and forests appear and can feed people

 

Since then, the region has experienced an uninterrupted human occupation and more refugees are coming to integrate populations already established until – 6612 B.C.

 

 

History of Basque

From – 6612 B.C., date of arrival of Atlanteans in Atlantis, these ones need gold

Lot of gold, to make orichalcum

 

They will therefore implement at every river mouth, a colonial unit to recover the abundant gold from the mountains

Indeed, the streamings underground rivers tear nuggets from underground veins

 

Although there are few gold nuggets at a time, this runoff lasts since thousands of years, so gold has been agglomerated in the soli of the rivers

This created the high reputation of auriferous rivers from the Pyrenees

To harvest this gold , they will of course use the indigenous population payed with food or artifacts

 

But they do not pick up only gold

Tin, silver, copper, iron and other minerals are suitable for them too

 

They will also import their technologies and share them with the indigenous populations, like as : Agriculture, ceramic, textile and metallurgy

 

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From – 4311 B.C., will then arrive Iberians, people of the sea, which will strengthen the Atlantean colonies and reducing Basque territories

 

The Atlanteans and the Iberians will then be able to increase ore extraction

To protect their sites, they will implement gaztelu zahar: Fortified castle

The Basque name means “old castle”

Installed on the top of the hills, they grant security of communication between the valleys

 

From gaztelu zahar remains today only the layout, defining a cap around the top, invisible when the vegetation is high

By aerial view they are well marked

 

Some gaztelu Zahar were reused to build mansions or castles, such as those of Mauleon or Deluxe

 

In the same time there are also many harrespils or mound or barrow mounds or cistus or tholoi :see previous chapters

It is also the beginning of erection of megaliths: dolmens, stone circles and menhirs

 

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But the intensive extraction of ore has limits

The profitability of these mines became too low and the transport costs became too high to compete with the Southern Spanish mines

 

Soon the territories were abandoned to Kelts, the Celtic ancestors, allies, and to the new Basque

 

These territories movements were not warriors facts, all being Atlantean peoples, but rather built for profitable arrangements for everybody

 

They need also a territory for the Atlantean rebels

The Basque mountains were perfect for this, because as it was anyway a very difficult region to control for the central government, so better leave them

This region allowed to these new Basque an economic autonomy

And then, at the period of nuclear wars of Yi, from – 2650 to – 2350 B.C., the exodus of people of the sea remained in the Thar Valley will intensify

And the number of rebels to the central power increase …

 

So we will find in the reduced Basque country, all Atlantean rebels of Atlantis, of Iberia, and also from the Caucasus Iberian (Georgia), added by the the Venetian, Ligurian, Etruscan, Mayan, Tocharian and even Kelt

 

The swastika becomes then the symbol of this new Atlantean people: The Basque

Basque swastika has 4 branches but round ones

It thus differs from the Vedic swastika with straight branches and thus asserts its independence

 

This let better understand the Kelt revolt against Atlantis, see Earth is the aim 2, The Atlantean gods

To symbolize their revolt, the Kelt abandoned the straight Branch of the swastika for the curved branches

And when the war of the Kelt against the Atlanteans took place, they cut off one branch , so their symbol became the triskell

 

The skeletons of El Portalón

The study of El Portalón skeletons confirm that the genes of these Iberian farmers dated between – 3500 and – 1500 years before J.C. are close to modern Basque people

This confirms that the Basque ancestors did not belong to the hunter-gatherer groups

 

Jakobsson and his team compared the genetic profile of the skeletons of El Portalón to various prehistoric skeletons and modern European

It shows that the Neolithic Basque genes resemble those of modern Basque

Regarding the genes of ancient European farmers, there is no resemblance to those of modern European

 

The genetic similarity of Basque today and eight skeletons of El Portalon does not exist in other European groups

This proves that the Basque ancestors arrived in the area and were mixed with the hunter-gatherers, and then have been isolated

 

Basque genetic

The Basques are different from other populations with a high proportion of Rh-negative, from 30 to 35%, which is also found among the inhabitants of Dagestan in the Caucasus

Haplotype Ht 15 is considered a native haplotype of Asia, whose expansion in Europe dates back about 5000 years, and 60% of the Basque population have them

 

It was found direct relationship between hematology, geography and history

Basque blood types have demonstrated that they are more type O than the European population and many fewer in group B

 

The Basques have therefore retained the primitive European types, mixed with those of Asian immigrants

 

Basque language

Basque speakers are located in the Basque region of Southwestern of France and in the North of Spain

The Basque people has evolved isolated with its own traditions and its language like no other in Europe and worldwide

 

Like most people in the world, the Basques are the result of multiple genetic contributions, cultural and linguistic

These mixtures are greater than elsewhere, due to the specificity of being a mixture of indigenous, Atlantean of Atlantis, Iberian, Caucasus Iberian (Georgia), Venetian, Ligurian, Etruscan, Mayan, Tocharian and Kelt

 

Primitive Basque language is Atlantis language, who colonized the Basque country first

The very simple language of indigenous added some contributions to the Atlantean language

Then with the arrival of the Iberians, took place the first great mix of incorporation of iberian lnguage and so begin the Basque language

So we can say that primitive bases of Basque are the Atlantean and the Iberian

 

Then came the arrival of the other peoples of the sea

Iberians of the Caucasus (Georgia), Venetian, Ligurian and Etruscan enriched the Basque language of their Indian Eurasian terms, but also with the Anatolian of the Hatti, Hittite and Caucasian

 

Mayan and Tokharian who joined them, have added touches of their Austronesian languages

And finally there Kelt introduced a Celtic touch

 

The Basque language is like Esperanto, a melting pot of cultures and languages that allowed these people to communicate and understand them together

The isolating of nearly 5000 years has cemented this language born in the Neolithic, to make their own separate language and is now the pride of the Basque people

 

Basque sites

Basque sites are mainly inhabited caves, megaliths such as menhirs, dolmens and stone circles, but also many harrespils or tombelles

 

Excavations in several caves in Zaboze mountain in Saint-Just-Ibarre have shown they were used in the Neolithic for pastoral purposes

Cave Droundak in Sainte-Engrâce, served as a burial place during the Bronze Age and gave us ceramics

In the cave of Olatzazpi was found a ceramic vase

In the Urtao II cave was found daggers in copper

 

Regarding the cave El Portalon, Dr. Cristina Valdiosera says:

The cave of El Portalon is a fantastic site that allows an amazing conservation of materials and artifacts. Each year we find human bones, animals and artifacts, including stone tools, ceramics, bone objects and metal objects, it’s like a detailed book of the past 10,000 years, which offers a wonderful understanding of this period. The preservation of organic remains is excellent and it allowed us to study the genetic material in addition to archeology.

 

Other famous caves are worth a visit:

Iritegi Cave, Cave of Zabalaitz, Santimamiñe cave, cave of Pozalagua , Arrikrutz cave, cave of Ekainberri, Caves of Sare

 

Dolmen of Elvillar

 

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Euskara: La Chabola the Hechicera trikuharria, Bilar, Araba (España)

English: La Chabola the Hechicera dolmen, in Elvillar, Álava (Spain)

Wikipedia Public Domain Photo: Josu Goñi Etxabe Nik Egina

 

Many other dolmens are remarkable

Portillo dolmen , Enériz dolmen , Farangortea mine dolmen , Ausokoi dolmen , Larrarte Dolmen

 

In the mound Trikuaizti I , it was found pieces of gold jewelry

 

Cromlechs are also among the remarkable megalithic sites of the Basque country, like Kausoko Lepoa and Egia Tximistako Cromlech

 

We must also include the megalithic site of Mulisko Gaina

 

The harrespils, Basque name meaning “circle of stones”, are small stone circles that are also part of Basque megalithic sites

 

The Harrespil Okabe in Lecumberry, the Harrespil Zaho II and IV Harrespil Millagate, are the best known

 

But sure I forget some , as the rich history of the founding of the Basque Country dated from the Neolithic , megaliths are present almost everywhere

 

The Mikeldi idol

It is a sculpture which was found in the old chapel of St. Vincent de Durango Mikeldi

 

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Small boar in ivory from Nagada I dynastic period

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Photo: The site of Jean-Claude Aimé

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Photo of the Mikeldi idol by the tourism office in Durango

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A dating estimate it around – 500 B.C. , but it is not because it was found in a site which date from Roman , that it means it is Roman

Personally I rather date it from – 3000 to – 2000 B.C.

 

It is a sandstone block which represents an animal whose stomach imprisons a disc

It is a solar symbol

It is even a representation of Ra, or Helios in Greek

 

For the pig, or the boar, it is Seth

 

Arguably Seth protects Ra or Seth traps Ra

Given to their very bad relations, I think it is the second solution

 

This also means that it was carved by an Atlantean exiled in the Basque country to celebrated the defeat of Ra after Atlantis was swallowed down in – 3000

 

Egyptians

We saw in Destination Terre 2, The Atlantean gods, it’s the chief of Egyptian gods who commanded the Atlanteans during the 2nd star war against the édenists

in – 3800

 

so we can say : The Atlanteans settled in Atlantis in – 6612 and created a colony in Egypt at about – 4000

 

They should not feel safe on Atlantis as they found the first Egyptian dynasty

in – 3185

 

And the survivers of the sinked Atlantis in – 3000 definitively became Egyptian

 

So : Atlantis people were Egyptian

 

Atlantis

It is clear that Atlantis is not a myth

Archaeologists never hold Plato seriously , saying that what he was talking about Atlantis was fiction and besides he was the only one to speak about it

They have not given enough attention to the technical reality of his descriptions

They were unable to seriously argue the lack of Atlantis

 

Plato is not the only one who spoke of Atlantis

All Greek writers who went to Egypt returned with tidbits of knowledge on the lost continent

Diodorus, Euripides Eurystheus, Lucian of Samosate , and many others refer to it

 

And now the author of the Basque sculpture Mikeldi , as well

 

 

Basque mythology

The origins of the population are still visible through their mythology

Distorted , Christianized, adapted and re-adapted to the customs of the time, it ever remains in mythology, something of before

Basque mythology is not an exception to the rule

 

As in all mythologies of Atlanteans or Edenists, the boss of the gods is the storm god and his wife, the mother goddess,who is also goddess of snakes and wild animals

This is also the case in Basque with a predominance that is often found in other populations,for the mother goddess

 

Mari, Anbotoko husband Anbotoko Dama, Dama Murumendiko, Maya , Lezekoandrea and Loana-gorri are the names given to the mother goddess

Her husband, the storm god, is appointed as Sugaar, Sugoi or Majue

 

The sun, Egu, Eguen or Ekhi, dispels the darkness and the moon, or Hil Ilargi embodies the occult world, darkness and death: It’s like in Egypt, sorry, in Atlantis …

 

Then there are spirits protecting herds and crops and punishing the perpetrators, as Tantugou , Silvan, Jan the Bear or Basajaun

Dwarves and goblins, laminak (fairies) and sorginak (witches) complete this divine corpus

 

The laminak are either male elves or women of normal size whose lower body is animal: webbed feet, chicken paws, goat hooves or fishtail

The laminak keep treasures in their caves and especially gold

 

Mayan of Peru

The reality of history is reflected in the name of the gods

The god Maya is the same for all Mayan peoples : Indian Mayan, Mayan of Peru and Chile (Mayan of the west), Mayan of Mexico and Central America (Mayan of Eastern), and Mayan of Basque

 

Also Inca, Mayan successor in south western America, named the mother goddess “los Idolos ingas, Inti Huana Cauri Tombo Toco” according to Guaman Poma in 1615

Basque mother goddess is also called Loanna Gorri Anbotoko

She lives in the cave of Anboto

 

The likelihood of these names of gods which are phonetically identical cannot be a coincidence

 

Basque society

Basque society like as the Atlanteans and Edenist peoples are seldom matriarchal or patriarchal

The place of women is EQUAL to the man one

 

But Christianity will change all that …

 

The main differences are in the social reality

Supporters of patriarchy are often comparing a man of a superior class with a lower class woman to affirm the superiority of man’s place

But women have their own fault too : To join a superior class , the best for a woman is too gain a man of this class …

 

The Basque people

You understood, the Basque people was formed with a multitude of people of different cultures and languages

Like the US of Basque country

 

They all had in common the desire for freedom and independence to the central government

Freedom is possible, but it has to be paid and it is expensive:

They found themselves alone, without help, without infrastructure, in a hostile environment and harsh mountain climate

 

They have not resorted to communalism, which would have caused their extinction

That’s what had been envisaged when the central government has granted them these territories

They chose to stick together and to each other and to create a clan society:

The family is a clan

And it’s the same principle at all levels of their society

 

They were isolated almost 4,000 years and amalgamated their company system like as a reinforced concrete

That saved them against 1500 years of Christianity

 

But for over a hundred years they have to suffer like all other peoples of the world, the globalization of our modern society

But thanks to their clan community, they are more resilient than others

This is why today the Basque can be proud of been always Basque

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EARTH IS THE AIM 6 : Exoduses and survivors ; Part 2 : Peoples of the Sea ; Chapter 12 : The 10th labor of Héraclès

EARTH IS THE AIM 6 : Exoduses and survivors

Part 2 : Peoples of the Sea

Chapter 12 : The 10th labor of Héraclès

 

The 10th labor of Héraclès

We have already examined in detail the back journey of the 10th work in the chapter 9 : Ligurians

You can read it, but to put you it in mind again, see hereunder a short summary

 

The tenth work of Héraclès was to seize without payment or compensation , the red giant herd of cattle of Géryon from the island of Tartessos and to bring it back to Mycenae

 

He left Mycenae by the sea and went to Libya, where he joined by land a way along North Méditerrané up to the Strait of Gibraltar, which he opened with a kick on the ground

Héraclès shot then an arrow against the sun god, but as he apologized Hélios gave to Héraclès the golden cup in a shape of water lily, with which he was able to navigate to get to the island of Tartessos

 

After killing the dog Orthrus and Eurytion the shepherd, he killed Géryon

He obtained then the herd without payment or compensation, and embarked it in the golden cup to return to the continent

 

He crossed Iberia and Liguria by the Héraclean way

After spending the Ligurian Alps, a bull left the herd plunged into the sea and swam away to Sicily

 

Leaving his army , he pursued it and brought him back into the herd

Héraclès continue then his way along the coast but at the entrance of the Gulf of the Adriatic, Héra sent him a gadfly who threw panic in the herd which spread in Thrace

 

Héraclès pursue them to return in possession his herd but he succeed to gain only half of his herd

He brought then this half herd back to Mycenae, where it was sacrificed to Héra

 

The legend of the 10th work of Héraclès

We saw in the Chapter on the Ligurian , that this legend could be dated thanks to the deluge, at around – 5000

 

Indeed, as the flood occurred in Anatolia towards – 4900, the breaking the Strait of Gibraltar took place at least a hundred years ago to put the Méditerranée Sea at about 100 meters higher, which opened the Bosphorus Strait and grow the Black Sea at about 100 meters higher and cause the sinking of Eden

 

A such precise legend with places and dates necessarily tells us a real story

And reality means also profitability …

 

An army expedition that made a round trip of almost 10 000 kms to recover cattle, even red and even giants : that’s not profitable !

 

The expedition has really taken place, but it was not for oxen , it was for orichalcum !

 

The orichalcum

The orichalcum as I explained to you in EARTH is the aim 2 , Atlantean gods, is a panel made of gypsum fiber between 2 sheets of gold, like a plaster panel

 

Plaster provides stiffness and as it is attached with plaster fibers and not full, it preserves its lightness

The gold leaves are as thin as possible in order to not increase the weight of the panel, which is possible thanks to the very high ductility of gold

 

These panels are absolutely necessary for spaceflight, as gold is a material which does not let pass cosmic radiations

They are fragile against shock and punctures and therefore need to be changed regularly

 

The Treaty of orichalcum

In Atlantis, gypsum must have been abundant and with the gold deliveries through their colonies, Atlanteans have set up there , their manufacturing plant of orichalcum, as said by Plato

 

Edenists also needed these orichalcum panels, so they concluded with the Atlanteans a treaty to obtain orichalcum probably by half , for the gold they provide

 

The Atlanteans deliver from Atlantis the orichalcum producted by sea to Tartessos, where it was conveyed to Didymus by land, then to Mycenae by the sea

For gold it was the same way but on return way

 

Edenists brought gold and in return received half of the orichalcum producted

They delivered the gold to Mycenae and returned there to search orichalcum

The orichalcum was then transported by land from Mycenae to their port in the Danube estuary in Thrace

There it was sent by sea from Thrace, to be delivered to the Edenist space base in Eden, just on the other side of the Black Sea in Anatolia

 

The real work of the 10th work of Héraclès

Examining the map of its complete journey from departure to arrival, we will try to show the reality into this legend

 

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10th labor of Héraclès

Wikipedia CC map: O H 237

 

Héraclès under the orders of Héra, sail from Minos, Edenist city for Mycenae, Atlantean city

There he had to recover the orichalcum of the Treaty and to convoy it up to Thrace

But the orichalcum was not there!

 

In fact, the leader of Tartessos, Géryon, rebelled for some unknown cause, against the agreement ,refused to deliver the orichalcum to Mycenae as per the agreement

 

Héraclès return then to Minos where he embarked with his army to Libya to join Tartessos

The expedition prefer the way by land as the control of the seas belonged to Atlanteans, some of whom could been able to be friend with Géryon

 

Arrived at the end of land linking Africa to Europe he was arrested by the troops of Géryon who had been informed of his arrival

 

The opening of the Strait of Gibraltar

The legend says it well: Héraclès gave a kick in the ground that separated Africa from Europe as this provoked an earthquake that opened the passage between the Atlantic and the Méditerranée which was at 100 meters lower

 

This is very similar to an act of war and to send a missile that freed the passage and helped Héraclès to join Tartessos

But orichalcum was on the island …

 

The earthquake caused by the missile inrush the movement of tectonic plates that engulfed the strip of land which separated the two continents

 

The Tartessans’s orichalcum

Furious against Atlantis that did not respect its treaty Héraclès sent a warning missile on Atlantis

In China also the Yi édenists nuclear missiles were baptized: Arrow …

 

The leader of Atlantis, Râ, Hélios in Greek, came to speek with Héraclès and recognized the betrayal of Géryon

He therefore offer a barge to Héraclès to allow him to join the island of Tartessos

Géryon seeing the Atlantean barge arriving was not suspicious and was caught by surprise by the army of Héraclès

 

Héraclès was then able to seize the orichalcum and join the continent Heracles could then convey orichalcum to Adriatic by the Héraclean way with the neutrality of Iberian and Ligurian guaranteed by Hélios

 

The robbery of orichalcum

In Adriatic an ally of Géryon robbed him one carriage of orichalcum

Leaving the army to let them continue the journey to Illyria, he went in pursuit of the thief to Sicily where he recovered his cart

 

More than 2000 km to get 1 beef!

It was at least gold …

This was the case as it was orichalcum

 

He was then able to return with the stolen carriage and join his army

 

Delivery of orichalcum

At this time, Hera, informed of the geographic position of the convoy and the success of the operation, through airway communication, gave instructions to Héraclès by sending a gadfly

 

The legend clearly indicates that the message has reached its destination by airway

 

The orders were clear:

No way to go to Mycenae, you have to deliver the port of Thrace first, and only then bring the part of the Atlantean to Mycenae

 

The Atlanteans could then sent by sea this orichalcum to Egypt who was an Atlantean territory

From there it was conveyed to the kingdom of Sheba, Atlantean territory also, up to the Gulf of Aden

 

The orichalcum continued then its route by sea to India to one of their ports is Northern India

 

It remained then only to send it by land to the Atlantis space base in Sânchî in India

 

See EARTH is the aim 1 , Gods of Eden and China , EARTH is the aim 2 , Atlantean gods and EARTH is the aim 5, Indo-Europeans

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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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EARTH IS THE AIM 6 : Exoduses and survivors ; Part 2 : Peoples of the Sea ; Chapter 10 : Iberians

EARTH IS THE AIM 6 : Exoduses and survivors

Part 2 : Peoples of the Sea

Chapter 10 : Iberians

 

Iberians

Since from the 5th millennium, Iberians founded commercial counters in the future Iberia, but the massive colonization will happen from 3rd to 2nd millennium BC

At this time, we see the expansion of megalithic monuments, followed two millennia later by reusing them in funeral monuments

 

Iberians are hierarchical organized as evidenced by the significant differences in wealth graves

The study of the various objects found in the tombs has defined social structure and determine its hereditary

 

The leaders had halberds, swords, gold and silver jewelery items, terracotta vases

Women and children belonging to the elite were buried with axes, daggers and punches

 

For free peoples like as artisans, farmers, traders and employees, we found simple metal objects and pottery

For workers or slaves, the graves are devoid of any object

 

Aristotle described the Iberians as “warlike race” that plant “on the tomb of the warrior, as many iron stakes he enemies slain”

 

Their main gods were the mother goddess and a god represented by a bull

It was the same as for the Basques and Ligurians

Basques call him : Maya

We meet him again …

View Earth is the aim 4 , The Tokharians

 

Caucasus Iberians

The Greeks knew Iberians, a people from the Caucasus in Georgia, in the 8th century BC

In 1833, Julius Heinrich Klaproth, publishes the history of Georgia in its Asian Journal

Its main source is the abridged history of Georgian, compiled by Prince Davith in Tbilisi in 1800

 

These texts confirm that after the confusion of languages during Nimrod reign, king of Babylon, -2642, men scattered everywhere

When Georgia adopted Christianity, they were forced to relate their history to the Bible and the founder of the nation, kartlos, was becoming descendant of Noah …

 

Thargamos was a Scythian king who settled in Armenia and gave Georgia to his son kartlos

This happened to -2600

Same date as the first war of Yi in -2650 which occasioned these mass migrations

These outflows were still intensified after the 2nd Yi war in -2350

“The men were scattered everywhere” would therefore be done due to wars of Yi, rather than the confusion of languages …

Confusion of languages, what a pretty name for nuclear wars …

 

These outflows obviously followed the path of movement of expansion and colonization of the peoples from the Thar Valley which had started since about 2000 years earlier

As Caucasus could not house all the Iberians, the bulk of the population continued his exodus with the Thracian

Then with the Hittite, to finally become a people of the sea and settle in European Iberia

 

Colin Renfrew published in 1984, the Anatolian hypothesis which postulates that the Proto-Indo-Europeans lived 2000 years before the burial mounds in Anatolia and they later spread to Greece, Italy, Sicily, Corsica, the French part of the Mediterranean coast, Spain and Portugal

 

This Anatolian hypothesis contradicted the theory of the origin of the Indo-European as Kurgan

Immediately the French historian Bernard Sergent violently attack him by saying that Colin Renfrew has substituted a “model” with “distortions” and “arbitrary choice” to the observable realities and scientific findings that underpin the Kurgan hypothesis and that his work was “fundamentally dishonest ”

 

The scientific community forced Renfrew to reconsider his theory exactly like it was in Galilee time

Renfrew was obliged to rally to the proposal of Igor Diakonov saying the southeast of Europe was the cradle of Indo-Europeans

 

Back to the rank, Renfrew was made peer for life in 1991, titled Baron Renfrew of Kaimsthorn, and was awarded in prehistoric archeology in 2004 by the Balzan Prize

 

Today nobody can no longer defend this Kurgan theory of Indo-Europeans who defended the superiority of European and justified the colonialism

View Earth is the aim 5, Indo-Europeans

Colin Renfrew however, was not alone in defending this version of history

Greek writers of the 8th century BC, had already noticed the language and physical similarities of the peoples of the Caucasus and of the Pyrenees

That is why they called these Iberia Eastern countries as Caucasus Iberians and Western Iberians the Spanish peoples

Georgia has been for long time designated on maps as the kingdom of Iberia

 

Archaeologist Edward Philippon in 1909, assumed a Caucasus Iberian migration to the West at the time of the great migrations of the late Bronze Age

 

Archaeologists Tamaz Gamkrelidze and Vyacheslav Ivanov stated in 1984 that the Proto-Indo-European tribes of the Maikop culture lived in these territories from the southern Caucasus and northern Anatolia to find a haven

 

Iberian History

Their story is known by the stories of Greek and Roman writers, who confirm their Scythian origin and their huge presence in Mediterranean area

Reconstruction of the history of Iberian is difficult because they are, like the other Atlanteans peoples and peoples of the sea, city-states confederations

Depending on their size and geographical influence, these city-states have left more or less trace of their existence and relations between them

 

From Neolithic times, between – 4311 and – 3800, Iberians, people of the sea, settled in the current Portugal and Galicia, and then followed the coast up to the Rhone Valley where they joined the territories of Ligurians

They gradually simultaneously annexed inland along river valleys

 

But as evidenced by the Montelavar culture, Galicia and northern Portugal have also been attached to theim for their huge gold , lead and tin mines, essential to the manufacture of bronze

Very soon these territories were abandoned to the Kelts, ancestors of the Celts, as the profitability of these mines have declined by lower productivity and the transport costs becoming too high in comparison of Southern area mines

 

At the period of the nuclear wars of Yi, began a long exodus of Iberians remained in the Thar Valley up to Anatolia, then Illyria and finally arrive in their European colonies

 

Their colonization along the coast has been halted by the Ligurians at the Rhone valley, and they gradually pushed them back up to Valencia

These territories movements were not really warriors, as they are both people of the sea, but rather stemmed profitable arrangement for both parties

Towards the end of the 2nd millennium, their territories melted following the invasions of Phoenician populations, greek, Celtic, Roman, etc …

Then, the Iberian civilization collapsed suddenly around 1200/1100 BC

 

Iberian Sites

Iberians create their city-states nearby maritime and river communications and mines of gold, silver, copper, tin, and so on …

They also take into account the sources of drinking water and areas suitable for agriculture and livestock, but also easy to defend

 

They built up cities on high places like as top of hills and defended by stone walls and square or semi-circular towers like in Ullastret in Girona, Tivisia in Tarragona and Calaceite in Teruel

They also built larger cities which are real big cities like Sagunto, Tarragona and Numancia

Then they create outposts located in areas to exploit

 

Sites

The main ancient sites Iberians are:

 

Adra, Alcudia, Almería, Balazote, Barranco Almerin Cabezo Redondo, Calaceite, Castellar de Santisteban, Cerro de la Encina, Cerro de la Virgen, Cerro Las Viñas Coy, Cerro de los Santos, Cerro del Castillo de Lorca, Cerro del Nacimiento, Cuesta del Negro, El Hagar, El Castellón Alto Galera, El Malagón, El Oficio, El Rincón de Almendricos, Fuente Álamo, Gatas, Guainos Alto, Ifre of Mazarrón, Jaen, La Bastida de Totana, Las Angosturas, Los Cipreses Los Millares, Menorca, Motilla of Azuer, Motillas de la Mancha, Numancia, Pedriza, Peñalosa of Baños de la Encina, Puntarrón Chico Beniaján, Sagunto, Sierra Morena, Tarragona, Tivisia, Trebolar, Ullastret, Vila Nova de São Pedro , Zambujal, etc …

 

And also: Tartessos, as we will see in the next chapter

And many others sites not yet excavated or undiscovered

 

Tholos

The tholoi, plural tholos, the barrows, burial mounds, tombs dome, tombelles, cistus, taulas, etc …, are in fact the same thing

 

They are graves covered with a roof, often with slabs, maintained by a land mass that prevents their dislocation

Erosion sometimes scours the mound and the roof collapses

These monuments have been used since the 5th millennium BC by the Atlanteans people of the valley Thar

They continued to use them in their settlements and during the Indian exodus to the north and west

 

Los Millares

Los Millares at 17 km from Almería is an archaeological site of the Copper Age dated to the late fourth millennium BC

The village is located near the copper mines of the Sierra de Gador

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Reconstitution of Los Millares

Pintura situada en el centro de recepción de visitantes de los Millares

Photo Wikipédia CC : Jose Mª Yuste, autor de la fotografía (Tuor123) Miguel Salvatierra Cuenca, autor de la ilustración
It is an inner walled citadel, surrounded by three other walls, reinforced by semicircular towers and bastions

Los Milares is surrounded by at least 13 outer forts on the near hills and defended with walls

They were also used for the storage of cereals and others products

We find there again the nuraghi and brochs of the Sea Peoples

 

Inside the walls, simple dwellings around a large building in which we found traces of copper molding

 

Los Millares could house around 1,500 people

Ceramics discovery is varied and includes many plain or decorated items, including bowls decorated with eyes

Eyes are also represented on several stone idols

From the third millennium, they have already the campaniform ceramics, bell-shaped

 

The necropolis of Los Millares is of about 4 acres and contains nearly a hundred collective megalithic tombs, mostly tholoi

The tholos is a grave with a dome, covered with earth, like a tumulus

They are usually grouped in cemeteries outside the villages

 

Culture of Los Millares extends to Murcia, Andalusia and to the south of Portugal

 

Adra

Archaeological discoveries of Barranco Almerin, in the town of Adra, have been dated to the Bronze Age

Currently the site is under study and its area has been defined and implementation monitoring

What will be found will be exhibited in the Museum of Adra

 

The inhabitants of Adra discovered this tomb on the road to Barranco Almerin and they alerted authorities

It is the rain that dug this cavity and opened the grave

Ongoing excavations would reveal other burials

The tomb was covered with a slab

Funeral found objects are a small copper knife , a pot and some bones and ceramics

Tombs found at Trebolar and Barranco Almerin are identical to those found in Guainos Alto

 

The tomb of Alto Guainos was covered by six tiles

The deceased was found with a knife and a jug in bronze

At Pedriza we also found two dolmens that were reused in funeral monuments and gathering place

 

El Argar

The site of El Argar is dated to the Bronze Age and is located near Antas in the province of Almería

It was excavated in 1883 by Henri and Louis Siret brothers helped by the foreman Pedro Flores

They unearthed more than 1,000 graves

 

In the Grave 62, was unearthed a skull with a silver tiara, copper ear pendant and silver necklace in bone and serpentinite

 

Lorca

Lorca town of Murcia in the Guadalentín Valley, has been continuously inhabited since the Neolithic era, i.e. more than 5500 years

Lorca has the largest number of archaeological sites in the region

This is due to the presence of sources and because this valley is the natural communication channel between the Valencia and Andalusia region

 

There are many cists, individual burials of small dimensions, like as a box

A cist consists of several stone slabs defining the space of burial

It can be delimited by low walls

The tomb is sometimes covered by one or more horizontal slabs or stones forming the mounds that covers and protects all

 

Castellar de Santisteban

At Castellar Santistebanon they found many terracotta statues and bronze representing riders, naked warriors, women in tight dresses and bells skirts, stylized figurines and drawn

 

Castulo

Castulo is an ancient Iberian city located near Linares in the region of the Sierra Morena

It has been continuously inhabited since the end of the 3rd millennium BC to the 15th century when it was abandoned

This abandonment has promoted the conservation of archaeological heritage until today

 

Castulo was a metallurgical extraction site of copper, lead and silver

Cultural, commercial and industrial contacts are evidenced with Iberian metallurgical communities and surely El Argar

 

Castulo was also in contact with Tartessos , as he was probably a colony of them

 

Fortified hill Motillas

The buildings on this site are clearly connecting with the Anatolian bronze culture

We find the same cultural material and the same architectural type

 

The Lady of Elche

The Lady of Elche is the sculpture of a female bust, dated to around the 5th century BC.

It was discovered in 1897 on the Roman site of Alcudia, 2 km south of Elche, near Alicante

It is exhibited at the National Archaeological Museum of Spain in Madrid

At its discovering it was purchased by the Louvre

In 1941, the Franco repatriated it to Spain in exchange for a Velázquez portrait of Mariana of Austria and the tent of Francis the first in Pavia

 

This sculpture of 56 cm high has his back a spherical cavity of 18 cm diameter and 16 cm deep, to be used as an urn

It shows polychrome remains on face

Many Iberian statuettes found at other sites, have on their backs a similar cavity

 

It is also the subject of hard disputes:

First its dating

Then, according to an American art historian, John Moffitt, it would be a “fake”

 

Its dating to the late 1st millennium arranges the proponents of the Kurgan theory !

They found the statue in a Roman site, then they date it of the Roman time

Whether the Romans reused an ancient Iberian Site

 

But we clearly finds the sophisticated hairstyles of the Thar Valley

Mohenjo Daro and Harappa have fought many statuettes with headdresses of this style

That proves the Indian origin but also the Iberian Sea Peoples journey

 

DAMA DE ELCHE. Escultura ibera de piedra caliza del siglo V o IV a.C. Procedente de Elche (Alicante, España). En el Museo Arqueológico Nacional de España, en Madrid.

DAMA DE ELCHE. Escultura ibera de piedra caliza del siglo V o IV a.C. Procedente de Elche (Alicante, España). En el Museo Arqueológico Nacional de España, en Madrid.

Dama de Elche, National Archaeological Museum Madrid

Photographer Luis García, 2006

Photo Wikipedia CC: Zaqarbal, flickr.com

 

Many Iberian statuettes having on their backs a similar cavity were found in other dated sites of the Bronze Age

This fixes the two disputes: The statue of the Lady of Elche dates from the 3rd to the 2nd millennium BC and it’s not a fake because the forger could not know in 1897 that other statuettes had the same cavity as they were not excavated and he could not compare it to the Central Asian styles

 

John Moffitt with its protest against the Lady of Elche, was able to acquire knowledge that he would never have had otherwise, and that in any case he did not deserve

Bashing is easy, but he never came to see the statue to prove his words despite the invitation of the Madrid museum

Meanwhile the technological knowledge has advanced and confirmed the antiquity of polychrome paintings

 

Technology of Iberians

Residential sites are fortified and on the heights

Houses are grouped together in enclosures bounded by walls and towers are separated by streets

It was found inside houses, fire places, tools and containers

There are also storage buildings and mill for grains as evidenced by the presence of many millstones

 

Tankers were supplying water to homes and buildings for livestock through a pipeline network

 

These important storage structures which housed most of millstones, and the concentration of an agricultural production exceeding needs of the sites show it to be extensive agriculture whose surpluses were to be exchanged

 

Agriculture and livestock were very developped but hunting, gathering wild plants or collecting shellfish were also charged

The crops were mainly barley, wheat, pulses and flax

They practiced fallow regularly

Livestock concerned sheep, goats, pigs, cattle and horses

 

We could list many of silver, gold, tin and copper mines

They mastered the metallurgy of copper and bronze

Metals were employed for the realization of weapons

It was found artisan workshops with kilns for pottery and metallurgy

Ceramic is of good quality and often standardized, especially for cups, glasses, bowls and pots

It was unearthed beautiful terracotta vases painted with floral stylized patterns, animals, geometric, or characters

 

The Iberians were skilled goldsmiths and many jewels were discovered: tiaras, pendants, bracelets, necklaces, belts, all in finely carved reliefs gold openwork scrolls, palms, lilies, etc …

But also silver brooches depicting characters, cups and bowls sometimes inlaid patterns of gold

 

Textile production mainly linen base was highly developed

 

The handicrafts highly standardized, were distributed in specialized sites, some in metallurgy, in other agricultural products and others in the production of textiles

 

The evidence of distant international trade are many, like as Baltic amber and ivory and ostrich eggs from Africa

 

Women in the Iberian society

The situation of women in this society is based on the caste in which she is

Some female burials are extremely full of rich objects of great value as tiaras in gold, but they had never weapons

Daggers and punches are found in numbers and are probably tools

 

The Iberian government

Iberian society was like other Atlantean populations led by the king of each city-state

The interdependence of the various specialized sites spread throughout the country demonstrates a complex political organization

 

This required an agreement and effective coordination, in addition to a strong central government

Not having found the site which could be the capital of the government, and to see that this has yet worked for several millennia, it forces us to think that this city has disappeared

And when the city disappeared, the organization could withstand time

 

This is proof that this city has necessarily existed, then disappeared

It can therefore only be Tartessos

 

Iberian language

Their language is very poorly known, but it seems it does not belong to the Indo-European group

Before the Roman occupation existed in Iberia three alphabets:

The Tartessian language southwest of Andalusia, the bastetanne or high mastienne Andalusia and the Iberian east of Spain and southern France

The Iberian language is attested in inscriptions that have not yet been deciphered

 

The Greeks named the peninsula Iberia

We remember that the Iberians before their arrival made stopovers in Illyria

 

It is certain that many traders have used their language for their written Iberian transactions

Iberian language inscriptions are present on a wide variety of materials: silver coins and bronze, lead sheets, ceramics of Attica, ceramic black varnish, painted ceramics, amphorae, steles, stone slabs, tiles etc …

 

Today we can read about the texts in Iberian language, but they remain largely incomprehensible

The Basque language would translate certain Iberian language texts

 

We cannot identify the two languages, but there are many similarities between these two languages that appear to be from the same family

 

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