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In Homers Oddessy, several passages suggest that it was possible to get to Ithaca on foot.

Here is one example:


  • Why did the sailors land you here in Ithaca? Who did they say they are? I hardly think you came this way on foot! 


The sentence, "I hardly think you came this way on foot," implies that it was possible to get to Ithaca on foot. 


As noted above, Lefkas was connected to the Acarnanian coast by a stone bridge making the island accessible by foot.


If Ithaca were an island that was not accessible by foot, there would be no need to say, "I hardly think you came this way on foot," why state the obvious.

SALT PANS OF LEFKAS/ITHACA/AEGIALIA

ANCIENT WALL OF THE CITY OF JERUSALEM - LEFKAS/ITHACA/AEGIALIA

In Homer's Odyssey, there is a geographical description of Ithaca and Same:

  • "Now there is a rocky islet called Asteris, of no great size, in mid channel between Ithaca and Same, and there is a harbor on either side of it where a ship can lie, with an entrance on either side. Here then the Achaeans [the suitors] placed themselves in ambush [against Telemakhos]".


The Achaeans [the suitors] mentioned in Homer's Odyssey were Greeks and not autochthon Aegialian Pelasgians. The Greeks are not natives of Aegialia Pelasgia. The Greeks immigrated to Aegialia Pelasgia from northwest Africa and Arabia. 


There should be at least one rocky island between Ithaca and Same with two harbors.  Same should be located South of Homer's Ithaca where Telemachus  would arrive from South-West Peloponnese (Aegialia). Based on the above information, Wilhelm Dörpfeld in his essay "Alt-Ithaka: Ein Beitrag zur Homer-Frage" proposed that Lefkada is Ithaca and Same is present-day Ithaca.

​It appears that the name of the island Ithaca was intentionally switched to Lefkada in order to conceal the real position of the real Jerusalem and the real story of the Holy People, the Aegialian Pelasgians.

Wilhelm Dörpfeld's Map showing Nirikos opposite Lefkas/Ithaka

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Having walked around the ancient city of Lefkas myself, one can't help but notice an ancient sanctuary on the top of a hill. Today the hill is known as Koulmos.


If the ancient city on Lefkas is not called Nirikos, then what is it called?


Let us investigate the salt pans of Lefkas, as this provides us with a vital clue.


Located east, outside the town of Lefkas, and at the foot of Koulmos hill where the ancient city is located are the salt pans of Lefkas.
Salt was valuable in ancient times and was known as "white gold," Lefkas was a gateway and made it possible to ship "white gold" all over the ancient world.


These ancient and natural salt pans supplied a great quantity and quality of salt. The seawater evaporated, leaving the salt at the bottom of the pan. Interestingly, the king of ancient Ithaca was Laertes. Laertes was considered a sibling of the god Pan. The word ἅλς means salt and sea, and this is where the phrase salt pan is derived. The god Pan was also known as Aegipan. Aegis also means sea and salt. The word Aegean is derived from Aegis. The word Panagia (Greek: Παναγία) means Pan+agi or Agipan. Panagia is one of the titles of Mary, mother of Jesus, used especially in Eastern Catholicism and Orthodox Christianity. 


Now, let us come to the word Jerusalem. What does the name Jerusalem mean?


Etymology is the study of the origin of words and the historical development of their meaning.


Here is the etymology of the word Jerusalem, also spelled, Ierusalem, Hierusalem, from Latin Hierosolyma or Hierosalem (Hiero+salem).

  • Etymology 1. Hiero, Etymology Borrowed from Ancient Greek Ἱέρων (Hiérōn).
  • The etymology of the word Ἱέρων, Ancient Greek, Etymology From ἱερόν (hierón, "holy place; temple") +‎ -ων (-ōn), the neuter substantive of ἱερός (hierós, "holy," sanctuary).
  • The etymology of the word "salem" used to form the word "Hiero+salem."
  • Etymology 1. salem, Latin, Noun, salem, accusative singular of sāl.
  • The etymology of the word sal, Latin, Etymology, From Proto-Italic *sāls, from Proto-Indo-European *séh₂ls. Cognates include Sanskrit सर (sará), Old Armenian աղ (ał), Ancient Greek ἅλς (háls), Tocharian A sāle, and Old English sealt (English salt). Noun, sāl m (genitive salis); third declension.
  1. salt.
  • Etymology 2. sal, Garo, Noun, sal
  1. sun.


The word Jerusalem means holy, temple, sanctuary, sun, salt, and Aegis. There are salt pans located at the foot of the ancient Holy city of Lefkas, i.e., Ithaca, and there is also a temple or sanctuary along with natural springs.


I believe that the ancient city on Lefkas, i.e., Ithaca (Aegialia), is the ancient holy city of Jerusalem) as purported by Anna Komnene's book "THE ALEXIAD OF ANNA COMNENA."


The name (H)ierosolyma), contains the letters of Roma in sequence: (H)ieROsolyMA). The city of Rome was named after Roma, the daughter of Telemachus, the son of Odysseus and Penelope from Ithaca (Aegialia). Jerusalem (Middle East) takes its name from (H)ieROsolyMA) Ithaca, Aegialia. Titus Tatius, a Sabine (Aegialian Pelasgian), was the first king of Rome/Roma.


It also appears that Lefkas, i.e., Ithaca, was first known as Aegialia (Aegis).


The Aegialian Pelasgians were an autochthon race of people with no admixture. The original race.

This revelation on the location of the actual holy city of Jerusalem being in Lefkas, i.e., Ithaca/Aegialia throws doubt on the validity of the collection of religious texts, writings, and the scriptures sacred to the Jews, Samaritans, Christians, Rastafarians, and others. These religious texts are collectively known as the Bible.


It also questions the history of the Jews/Israelites/Hebrews and Jesus Christ, and throws a spotlight on the validity of the European royal families., i.e., the Catholic Church, which they call the kingdom of Uranus (Ouranos).


So the actual holy city of Jerusalem is in Aegialia, not the Middle East, and the holy people are the autochthon Aegialian Pelasgians, not the Jews, i.e., Semites.


The Titans, Olympians, Atlanteans, Greeks, Israelite's, Jews, Arabs, Vikings etc., i.e., the kingdom of Uranus, are immigrants from Arabia and northwest Africa.


The Titans, Olympians, Atlanteans,,Greeks, Israelite's, Jews, Arabs, Vikings, etc., are a crossbreed between hominids from Africa and autochthon Aegialian Pelasgians.


Aegiochus (Aegio+Chus) was a pet name of Zeus. Aegio means Aegis, and Chus is a pet form of the male given name Jesus.


If you hold a title of citizenship and believe in one of the Abrahamic religions, then welcome to the story of your enslavement.


If you believe that Jerusalem is in Lefkas, i.e., Ithaca/Aegialia, which it is, then welcome to the path of your liberation.


Why the deception? I'll get into that on another page. 


Blind faith can be blinding.  


Keep in mind when looking at Dörpfeld's map that the Peloponnese was first called Aegialia, and Hellas was first known as Pelasgia. The original inhabitants of Aegialia Pelasgia were the Aegialians Pelasgians.


Further down the page is Wilhelm Dörpfeld's map depicting the ancient city of Nirikos, scanned pages of THE ALEXIAD OF ANNA COMNENA, a photo of the salt pans of Lefkas, and a photo of the old wall of Jerusalem (Ithaca/Aegialia) built by the Aegialian Pelasgians.

Using Google Earth one is able to locate the two harbors mentioned by Homer on the island Arkoudi which is the island Asteris.

SCANNED PAGES OF THE ALEXIAD OF ANNA COMNENA




THE KINGDOM OF AEGIALIA


TOP VIEW OF THE ISLAND OF LEFKAS, i.e., ITHACA/AEGIALIA

THE REAL ANCIENT CITY OF JERUSALEM AND THE REAL HOLy PEOPLE

The real city of Jerusalem. Have you been deceived by the kingdom of Uranus (Ouranos)?

Can we trust history, i.e., the study of past events, particularly in human affairs, based primarily upon written documents? The answer to that question is yes and no. 


The following is an attempt to set the historical record straight. It appears that there may be some funny business concerning the biblical texts of the Abrahamic religions. I shall throw the spotlight on the city of Jerusalem.


Today, Jerusalem is a city in Western Asia on a plateau known as the Judaean Mountains. It lies between the Mediterranean and the Dead Sea. Jerusalem is central and considered holy to the three major Abrahamic religions—Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.


But was Jerusalem first situated in another location, I mean before Jerusalem in the Middle East? The answer to that question appears to be in the affirmative.


OK, so where was the original location for the city of Jerusalem?


Let us start our investigation for the actual city of Jerusalem with Anna Komnene.


Anna Komnene was born on 1 December 1083 and died in 1153; She was a Roman princess, scholar, physician, hospital administrator, and historian. Her uncle was George Palaiologos, who fought against the Normans (Vikings) in the Battle of Dyrrhachium, near present-day Durrës (Albania) in the ancient region of Illyria. She was the daughter of the Roman Emperor Alexios I Komnenos and his wife, Irene Doukaina.


THE ALEXIAD OF ANNA COMNENA was an account of Anna Komnene's father's reign, Alexios I Komnenos.


Anna Komnene refers to the ancient city of Jerusalem in her work "THE ALEXIAD OF ANNA COMNENA."


Here is an excerpt from THE ALEXIAD OF ANNA COMNENA. BOOK SIX. Page 191/192. Translation by E. R. A. SEWTER.


  • "Now we must go back to the point where we digressed and take up the main thread of the narrative. Even after this defeat Robert did not return to peaceful ways. He had already sent some of his ships, under the command of his son Roger, against Kephalonia. He was eager to capture the city. The rest of the fleet anchored off Vonitsa with all the army. He himself boarded a galley with one bank of oars and sailed to Kephalonia, but before he could join the other forces and his son, while he was still waiting near Ather (a promontory of the island), he was attacked by a violent fever. Unable to bear the burning heat, he asked for some cold water, where told by a native: “You see the island of Ithaca there. On it a great city was built long ago called Jerusalem, now in ruins through the passage of time. There was a spring there which always gave cold drinking water.” Robert, hearing this, was at once seized with great dread, for a long time before some person had uttered a prophecy (the kind of prediction sycophants usually make to the great):’As far as Ather you will subdue everything, but on your way there from Jerusalem, you will obey the claims of necessity.’ Whether it was the fever that carried him off, or whether he suffered from pleurisy I cannot say with certainty. He lingered on for six days then died."


So here we have a legitimate historical account of the location of Jerusalem given by the Roman princess Anna Komnene. She locates the ancient town of Jerusalem on the island of Ithaca in the Ionian Sea.


Lefkas, also spelled Leukas, is an island located in what is now known as the Ionian Sea and was connected to the Acarnanian coast by a stone bridge making the island accessible by foot. (Coordinates: 38°43′N 20°39′E)


The German archaeologist Wilhelm Dörpfeld, having performed excavations, suggested that Lefkas was Homer's Ithaca.


On Lefkas, there is a very ancient city. There is the widespread belief that the ancient city in Lefkas is called Nirikos, but this is, in fact, not true. Wilhelm Dörpfeld's map clearly shows that ancient Nirikos is located opposite Lefkas.


Dorpfeld claimed that "Nirikos" was part of the Acarnanian coast near the village of Plagia, which is opposite Lefkas, i.e., Ithaca.


Dorpfeld believed that the nearby island of Lefkas was Homer's Ithaca, whereas the island known as Same in ancient times is the present-day Ithaca.