Aegis is the Demiurge.

The first race of Man on Earth are the Aegialeian Pelasgians, and our country is called Aegialeia.

We take our name from Aegis.

  • Strabo, Geography 8. 7. 1 (trans. Jones) (Greek geographer C1st B.C. to C1st A.D.) :​ "[On the origins of two of the main Greek tribes--the Dorians and Ionians:] In antiquity this country [Akhaia (Achaea) in the Peloponessos] was under the mastery of the Ionians, who were sprung from the Athenians; and in antiquity it was called Aegialeia, and the inhabitants Aegialeians, but later it was called Ionia after the Ionians, just as Attika also was called Ionia after Ion the son of Xouthus (Xuthus).

The etymology of the word aegis

The etymology of the word Pelagos.....The ancient Greek word for sea, pelagos , comes from the same root, * plāk-, as the Doric word plagos , "side" (which is flat), appearing in * pelag-skoi . (Plain, Sia egypt) 

Aegis stands for eGYPT.

The Arcadians were first known as Aegialian Pelasgians.

  • Apollonius Rhodius, Argonautica 4. 263 ff : "[In the earliest days of men:] Apidanean Arkadians (Arcadians) alone existed, Arkadians who lived even before the moon, it is said, eating acorns on the hills; nor at that time was the Pelasgian (Aegialeian) land ruled by the glorious sons of Deukalion (Deucalion)."


Acorns are the fruit of the oak tree. They contain the seeds that can grow new oak trees, and falling to the ground is part of the tree's lifecycle.

The etymology of the word seed.

  • Etymology 1. seed, English, Etymology From Middle English seed, sede, side, from Old English sēd, sǣd (“seed, that which is sown”), from Proto-Germanic *sēdiz (“seed”), from Proto-Indo-European *seh₁tis (corresponding to Proto-Germanic *sēaną (“to sow”) +‎ *-þiz), from *seh₁- (“to sow, throw”). Cognate with West Frisian sied (“seed”), Dutch zaad (“seed”), Low German Saad (“seed”), German Saat (“sowing;seed”), Icelandic sæði (“seed”), Danish sæd (“seed”), Swedish säd (“seed”), Latin satio (“seeding, time of sowing, season”). More at sow.

The etymology of the word kop.

  • Etymology 1. kop, English, Etymology Afrikaans
  • Noun, kop (plural kops)
  1. (South Africa) A hill or mountain.

The etymology of the word  Apidanean, Api+danean, 

  • Etymology 1. Api, See also: api, API and api-
  • Etymology 2. api, Etymology, Proper noun Api
  1. A mountain (kop) of the Himalayas in the western part of Nepal, near the border of Tibet. 
  • Etymology 3. api, Catalan Etymology From Latin apium. 
  • Noun api m (plural apis)
  1. celery
  2. The etymology of the word apis, See also: APIs and Apis.
  • Apis,  As a manifestation of Ptah, Apis also was considered to be a symbol of the king, embodying the qualities of kingship. In the region where Ptah was worshiped, cattle exhibited white patterning on their mainly black bodies, and so a belief grew up that the Apis calf had to have a certain set of markings suitable to its role. It was required to have a white triangular marking upon its forehead, a white Egyptian vulture wing outline on its back, a scarab mark under its tongue, a white crescent moon shape on its right flank, and double hairs on his tail.
  • Etymology 2. Apis, Translingual, Etymology From Latin apis. 
  • Proper noun, Apis f
  1. A taxonomic genus within the family Apidae – the honey bees.

  • Hypernyms: (genus): Eukaryota - superkingdom; Animalia - kingdom; Bilateria - subkingdom; Protostomia - infrakingdom; Ecdysozoa - superphylum; Arthropoda - phylum; Hexapoda - subphylum; Insecta - class; Pterygota - subclass; Neoptera - infraclass; Holometabola - superorder; Hymenoptera - order; Apocrita - suborder; Apoidea - superfamily; Apidae - family; Apinae - subfamily; Apini - tribe.
  • The etymology of the word Apidae, 
  • Translingual, Etymology Apis +‎ -idae.
  • The etymologyof the word -idae, See also: idae and idä, 
  • Translingual, Alternative forms -idæ, Etymology, Plural of a Latin transliteration of Ancient Greek -ίδης (-ídēs), a patronymic suffix. Known to have been interpreted by some as representing instead the plural of a Latin transliteration of Ancient Greek -ειδής (-eidḗs, adjectival suffix), from εἶδος (eîdos, “appearance, resemblance”).
  • The etymology of the word -ίδης (-ídēs), Ancient Greek, Alternative forms, -ίδᾱς (-ídās) – Doric, Aeolic. 
  • Suffix, -ῐ́δης • (-ídēs) m (genitive -ῐ́δου); first declension
  1. Suffix added to a father's name to form a masculine patronymic: son of
  • The etymology of the word ida.
  • Etymology 1. ida, Edopi, Noun, ida
  1. water.
  • Etymology 2. ida, Estonian, Etymology From Proto-Finnic *itä.
  • Noun, ida (genitive ida, partitive ida)
  1. east.
  • Etymology 3. ida, Maaka, Adjective, ida
  1. eye.
  • Etymology 4. ida, Maia, Noun, ida
  1. ground.
  • The etymology of the word ground,  Greek γῆ gē: the ground,
  • Etymology 2. -ídēs, ides, Anagrams, -side, Desi, Dies, EIDs, Eids, IEDs, SEID, Side, deis, desi, dies, eids, side, sied.
  • The etymology of the word side.
  • Etymology 1. side, English, Etymology From Middle English side, from Old English sīde (“side, flank”), from Proto-Germanic *sīdǭ (“side, flank, edge, shore”), from Proto-Indo-European *sēy- (“to send, throw, drop, sow, deposit”). Cognate with Saterland Frisian Siede (“side”), West Frisian side (“side”), Dutch zijde, zij (“side”), German Low German Sied (“side”), German Seite (“side”), Danish and Norwegian side (“side”), Swedish sida (“side”).
  • Etymology 2. side, Middle Irish, Etymology From Old Irish síd, from Proto-Celtic *sedos, *sīdos (“mound (inhabited by fairies)”), from Proto-Indo-European *sēds, *sed- (“seat”). 
  • Noun, side m
  1. fairy hill or mound

  • Derived terms: áes side (“people of the fairy mounds, supernatural beings, fairies”)
  • Descendants
  1. Irish: sí
  •  The  áes side or aos sí are later, literary versions of the Tuatha Dé Danann ("People of the Goddess Danu")
  • Etymology 3. side, Norwegian Nynorsk, Etymology From Old Norse síða. Akin to English side.
  • Noun, side f (definite singular sida, indefinite plural sider, definite plural sidene).

The etymology of the word danean used to form the word Apidanean, Api+danean.

  • Etymology 1. danean, Word Similarity, danann. The Tuath(a) Dé Danann, meaning "the folk of the goddess Danu"), also known by the earlier name Tuath Dé ("tribe of the gods"), are a supernatural race in Irish mythology. They represent the main deities of pre-Christian Gaelic Ireland.  áes side or aos sí are later, literary versions of the Tuatha Dé Danann.

The The Tuatha Dé Danann originally came from Aegialeia/Arcacdia.  They migrated from Aegialeia/Arcacdia after the flodd around 11,700 years ago.

The etymology of the word Arcadia, Arc+adia.

  • Etymology 1. Arc, Scottish Gaelic, Noun arc f
  1. "Femen.
  2. Etymology 2. arc, English, Etymology From Middle English, borrowed from Old French arc, from Latin arcus (“a bow, arc, arch”).
  • Homophone: ark.
  • The etymology of the word ark, English, Etymology From Old English ærc, from Latin arca (“chest, box, coffer”), from arceō (“I enclose”).
  • Noun ark (plural arks)
  1. A large box with a flat lid.
  2. (Judaism, Christianity, Islam) Noah's Ark: the ship built by Noah to save his family and a collection of animals from the deluge.
  3. Something affording protection; safety, shelter, refuge
  4. A spacious type of boat with a flat bottom.
  5. (Judaism) The Ark of the Covenant.
  6. (Judaism) A decorated cabinet at the front of a synagogue, in which Torah scrolls are kept.
  • Synonyms:
  1. barge
  2. basket
  3. chest
  4. coffer
  5. hutch
  6. refuge
  7. retreat
  8. shelter
  9. ship
  10. vessel
  • Derived terms:
  1. Ark of the Covenant
  2. Noah's Ark
  3. pig ark
  • Etymology 3. arc, Irish, Etymology From Old Irish orc, arc (“piglet”).
  • Noun arc m (genitive singular airc, nominative plural airc)
  1. piglet
  2. diminutive animal or person
  • Synonyms:

  1. arcachán
  2. arcadán

The etymology of the word "adia" used to form the word Arcadia, Arc+adia.

  • Etymology 1. adia, Warkay-Bipim, Noun, adia
  1. water
  • Etymology 2. adia, Romanian, Etymology Either from a Vulgar Latin root *adiliare, from Latin ilia or more likely from a Vulgar Latin root *adoliāre, from Latin adolēre, present active infinitive of adoleō (“burn; hence turn to vapor”), possibly through an early Romanian form *aduia. Another theory suggests a Latin root *aduliāre, from adulārī. Verb a adia (third-person singular present adie, past participle adiat) 1st conj.
  1. to blow softly, puff
  • Derived terms: adiere,
  • See also sufla
  • The etymology of the word Romanian sufla, Etymology From Latin sufflāre, present active infinitive of sufflō.
  • Verb: a sufla (third-person singular present suflă, past participle suflat) 1st conj.
  1. to blow, blow out (air)
  2. to pant
  3. to whisper
  4. (dated, popular) to breathe.
  • The Egyptian god Hu is the power of the spoken word. He personifies the authority of utterance.  Hu is mentioned already in the Old Kingdom Pyramid texts (PT 251, PT 697) as companion of the deceased pharaoh. Together with Sia, he was depicted in the retinue of Thoth, with whom he was also occasionally identified.  In the Middle Kingdom, all gods participated in Hu and Sia, and were associated with Ptah who created the universe by uttering the word of creation. Hu was depicted in human shape, as a falcon, or as a man with a ram's head.  In the New Kingdom, both Hu and Sia together with Heke, Irer and Sedjem were members of the fourteen creative powers of Amun-Ra. By the time of Ptolemaic Egypt, Hu had merged with Shu (air).  Amun is the ancient Egyptian god of air.
  • With each breath Hu expelled, creation took place. The first breath created the Soul of HU. His last creation was the Sun. So it is said that Hu is the Word of God, the first and the last breaths, Hu Hu.
  • Etymology 3. adia, Abenaki, Noun, adia
  1. dog (emordnilap, palindrome spelled backwards) god.
  • Etymology 4. adia, Portuguese, Verb, adia
  1. Third-person singular (ele, ela, also used with tu and você?) present indicative of adiar
  2. Second-person singular (tu) affirmative imperative of adiar

When Cecrops became king of Aegialeia in 1556–1506 BC, the Aegialeians were called Cecropdai after King Cecrops,  When Cranaus became king of Aegialeia in 1506–1497 BC, my people the Aegialeians were called Cranai after king Cranaus.  Then when Erechtheus took over the rule in 1487–1437 BC, the name of my people changed to Athenians.  The name of my people changed to Ionians after Ion the son of Xuthus became the commander in chief of my country.  Xuthus was the son of Hellen, and Hellen was the son of Deucalion. 

Strabo, Geography 8. 7. 1 (trans. Jones) (Greek geographer C1st B.C. to C1st A.D.):​

  • "They say that Hellen was the son of Deukalion (Deucalion), and that he was lord of the people between the Peneios (Peneus) and the Asopos in the region of Phthia and gave over his rule to the eldest of his sons, but that he sent the rest of them to different places outside, each to seek a settlement for himself. One of these sons, Doros (Dorus), united the Dorians about Parnassos into one state, and at his death left them named after himself; another, Xouthos, who had married the daughter of Erekhtheus (Erechtheus), founded the Tetrapolis of Attika."


"After that he took thought and inquired who were the most powerful of the Greeks that he should win, besides, to be his friends.  And in his inquiry he found out that the Lacedaemonians and the Athenians were preeminent, the Lacedaemonians of the Doric race, the Athenians of the Ionic.  For these had been the outstanding races from the olden time, the one Pelasgian (Aegilian Pelasgian) and the other Hellenic (Lacedaemonian/Dorian).  The Pelasgian (Aegilian Pelasgian) has never yet moved out of its land, but the Hellenic (Dorian) has wandered exceedingly.  For in the time of king Deucalion the Hellenic inhabited the land of Phthia, and in that king Dorus, son of Hellen, they lived beneath and Olympus in what was then called Histiaean country; they were driven from there by the Cadmeans and then lived in Pindus, in the land called Macednus.  Then again they settled in Dryopis, and from Dryopis, you see, they came to the Peloponnesus and were called Dorians."


  • "The Athenians, at the time when the Pelasgians (Aegilian) held all of what is now called Greece, were themselves Pelasgians (Aegilian) and were called Cranai, but in the time of their king Cecrops they acquired the name Cecropdai, and when Erechtheus took over the rule, they changed their name again, to Athenians, and when Ion, the son of Xuthus, bacame their commander in chief, they were called after him, Ionians."

The role of the priest was to homogenize Aegilian society by changing the names of the Gods (elements and forces of nature) from Aegilian names to now include the Atlanteans as Atlanteans/Semitic communities started to live in ancient Greece, i.e., Aegialia.

For example, Aegialeia became Athena.  Names such as Helios became Apollo, Oceanus became Poseidon, Ge became Demeter and Ouranos became Zeus.

Erechtheus was a king of Athens and from his name derived the word Erechtheidae, meaning the sons of Erechtheus, which was used to denote an Athenian.  His name was also used as an epithet for the god Poseidon, as "Poseidon Erechtheus."

"Poseidon Erechtheus" and "Athena Polias" were the two patron saints of Athens, who entered a contest to determine who would be the sole patron saint of the city.

Erechtheus and, in his role as a god, attached to Poseidon, as "Poseidon Erechtheus."  

The island of Atlantis was Poseidon's domain.  

Xuthus, the son of Hellen, had two sons by Creusa (daughter of Erechtheus): Ion and Achaeus and a daughter named Diomede. Ion and Achaeus were, therefore, of Atlantean heritage.

The barbarian races changed the names of the Demiurge from Aegis to Athena and made Athena the daughter of Poseidon. 


  • "Nest to the Machlyes are the Auseans.  These and the Machlyes live around the Tritonian lake, but the river Triton divides them as a boundary between the two.  The Machlyes grow their hair long at the back of their heads, the Auseans in front.  Their is a yearly festival of Athena among them, where their young girls, dividing into two parties, fight one another with stones and sticks, and so, they say, the discharge their ancestral duties to their native god, which is her we call Athena.  Those who die as a result of their wounds they call "false virgins."  Before they set the girls to fighting, they do the following thing, as a public function: the girl that is the fairest among them they deck out with Corinthian helmet and a complete armor, in Hellenic Style, and put her on a chariot and drive her right around the lake.  What they used to dress up these girls in before the Greeks came to live beside them, I have no means of knowing, but I imaging that they were dressed up in Egyptian arms.  For my belief is that from Egypt the helmet and the shield came to the Greeks.  They declare that Athena is a daughter of Poseidon and the Tritonian lake and that, having fallen out with her father for some cause or other, she put herself under the protection of Zeus, and Zeus made her his own daughter.  That is what they say."

The Machlyes (Ancient Greek: Μάχλυες) were an ancient Libyan tribe. According to Herodotus,[1] their young women held a ritual battle with sticks and stones annually with neighboring Auseans (Ancient Greek: Αὐσέες).

Pliny the Elder claimed they were hermaphrodites, with a male half and a female half, possibly inspired by the martial practices of the females.

Today the people of my country are called Hellenes after Hellen the son of Deucalion.

We the Aegilians are the only ones who have not changed our country.


  • "This command is ours, providing the Lacedemonians do not want it.  If they want to have the command, we will stand down for them, but we will not yield the command at sea to anyone else.  For it will then be in vein that we had acquired the greatest force of sea-shoremen in Greece, if, being Athenians, we should concede the leadership to the Syracusans--- we who are the oldest race in Greece, we who are the only ones who have not changed our country, and Homer, the epic writer has declared that the best man at llium to arrange and order the host was ours.  So there is no reproach due to us for speaking as we do.​"

We are the original people of the City of Athena, i.e., the Aegialians,

When Ion, the son of Xuthus came to Athens the names of the Aegilian Pelasgians was changed to Ionian. ​


  • "The Ionians were called Aegilian Pelasgians (say the Greeks) for all the time they lived in the Peloponnesus, in what is now called Achaea, and before Danaus and Xuthus came to the Peloponnese.  Afterwards they were called Ionians, from Ion, the son of Xuthus."

In ancient times, Aegialia or Chora of Aegialia included all the northwestern coasts of the Peloponnese, from Corinth and Sikyona to the borders of Ilia and the river Larissos.  Aegialia/Aigialeia was also the first name of the whole Peloponnese.

The people from ancient Ithaca, today known as Lefkadia, were also Aegialians.

  • There, just as the Egialians of Dyme, Egium and Helike did, they maintained intimate relationships with the islands of Zakynthos, Cephallenia and Ithaca, themselves inhabited by Egialians, that is by Ionians. These relationships could have well been continued by their descendants.

Wilhelm Dörpfeld (26 December 1853 – 25 April 1940) was a German architect and archaeologist, a pioneer of stratigraphic excavation and precise graphical documentation of archaeological projects. He is famous for his work on Bronze Age sites around the Mediterranean, such as Tiryns and Hisarlik (the site of the legendary city of Troy), where he continued Heinrich Schliemann's excavations. Like Schliemann, Dörpfeld was an advocate of the historical reality of places mentioned in the works of Homer.

Dörpfeld proposed that Lefkada was Ithaca, home of Odysseus.  Dörpfeld compared several passages from the Odyssey to the actual geographical location of Lefkada, and he concluded that it must be the Homeric Ithaca. He was especially convinced by the passage:

  • I dwell in shining Ithaca. There is a mountain there,
  • high Neriton, covered in forests. Many islands
  • lie around it, very close to each other,
  • Doulichion, Same, and wooded Zacynthos—
  • but low-lying Ithaca is farthest out to sea,
  • towards the sunset, and the others are apart, towards the dawn and sun.
  • It is rough, but it raises good men." Homer, Odyssey 9.1

The etymology of the word Aegi used to form the word Aegialians, Aegi+alian.

  • Etymology 1. aegi, Latin Noun, aegi
  1. vocative singular of aegis.
  2. The etymology of the word aegis, See also: ægis. English, Etymology Borrowed from Latin aegis, from Ancient Greek αἰγίς (aigís, “goatskin; shield of Athena”), probably from αἴξ (aíx, “goat”), from Proto-Indo-European *h₂eyǵ- (“goat”).  The plural form aegides (IPA(key): /ˈiːd͡ʒɪdiːz/) is borrowed from Latin aegides, from Ancient Greek αἰγῐ́δες (aigídes).
  • Etymology 2. aegis, Latin, Etymology From the Ancient Greek αἰγῐ́ς (aigís).
  • Noun aegis f (genitive aegidos or aegidis); third declension, the aegis
  1. of Zeus or Jupiter 
  2. of Athena or Minerva 

Anna Komnene, 1 December 1083 – 1153) was a Byzantine/Roman princess, scholar, physician, hospital administrator, historian, and her uncle was George Palaiologos who fought against the Normans (Viking/Semites) in the Battle of Dyrrhachium, near present-day Durrës (Albania) in the ancient region of Illyria.  She was the daughter of the Byzantine/Roman Emperor Alexios I Komnenos and his wife, Irene Doukaina.  The Alexiad was an account of her father's reign. 

Anna Comnene refers to Jerusalem in her work "The Alexiad." The Alexiad/Book VI. Chapter VI. Translation by Dawes.

  • As for Robert (for my tale must return to the point where it digressed and be kept within the bounds of historical narration) he did not rest even after this defeat. But as he had already sent one ship with his son to Cephalenia as he wished to take possession of the town on it, he brought his remaining ships, with the whole army, to anchor near Bonitza and himself sailed for Cephalenia in a galley with one bank of oars. And before he could join his son and the rest of his forces, whilst he was lingering near Ather (which is a promontory of Cephalenia) he was seized with a violent fever. As he could not bear the burning of the fever, he asked for cold water. His men dispersed in various directions to seek water when a native said to them, "You see the island there, Ithaca. On that a large town was built long ago called Jerusalem, and now it has fallen into ruins from age; in that town there was a spring whose water was always fit for drinking and very cold." Robert was overcome with fear on hearing this for by connecting Ather and the town of Jerusalem he understood that his death was imminent.

My ancestors the Aegialians built the real City of Jerusalem on Ithaca (Lefkada). (For more on Lefkada/Ithaca see the City of Jerusalem page)

We, the Aegialians, are the first ecclesia/church. Our ecclesia/church is Orthodox.

The etymology of the word orthodox.

  • Etymology 1. orthodox, English, Etymology From Late Latin orthodoxus, from Ancient Greek ὀρθόδοξος (orthódoxos), from ὀρθός (orthós, “straight”) + δόξα (dóxa, “opinion”).

The etymology of the word ecclesia.

  • Etymology 1. ecclesia, English, Etymology From Latin ecclesia, from Ancient Greek ἐκκλησία (ekklēsía).
  • Noun ecclesia (plural ecclesiae)
  1. (historical) The public legislative assembly of the Athenians.
  2. (ecclesiastical) A church, either as a body or as a building.
  3. (biblical) The congregation, the group of believers, symbolic body or building.

We take our name Aegialian from the word of God.  

The etymology of the word Aigaleo/Egaleo (Αιγάλεω/Αιγά+λεω). (Aegis/αἰγίς) REDO THIS ETYMOLOGY.........INCLUDE nEITH ETC, ATHENA, ZEUS........SHIELD ETC, HEAD OF GORGON HEAD, SIDE.

  • The etymology of the word Aigaleo, English, Alternative forms Egaleo, Proper noun, Aigaleo.
  1. A city in Greece, northwest of Athens in the Attica prefecture
  2. A mountain in Greece, west of Athens.
  3. The etymology of the word Αιγάλεω, Αιγά+λεω.

  • Etymology 1. αίγα Greek, Etymology From Ancient Greek αἴξ (aíx, “goat”). Noun, αίγα • (aíga) f (plural αίγες)

  1. goat

  • The etymology of the word αἴξ, Ancient Greek, Etymology From Proto-Indo-European *h₂eyǵ- (“goat”). Cognates include Old Armenian այծ (ayc), Sanskrit एड (eḍa), and Albanian dhi. Noun, αἴξ • (aíx) m or f (genitive αἰγός); third declension.
  1. goat. Τὴν αἶγα ὁ τράγος ἀγαπᾷ.  Tḕn aîga ho trágos agapâi.  The goat loves the she-goat.
  2. a kind of waterfowl, possibly a goose
  • In the plural: waves, surf
  • (proper noun) the star Capella

  • The etymology of the word λέω used to form the word Αιγά+λεω,
  • Etymology 1. λεω, From Ancient Greek λέγω (légō, “say”).
  • The etymology of the word λέγω, Ancient Greek, Etymology From Proto-Indo-European *leǵ-. Cognates include Latin legō and Albanian mbledh.

  • Reconstruction:Proto-Indo-European/leǵ-
  • Ancient Greek: λόγος (lógos)  
  • aegialia wiktionary aegia a town in laconia.
  • Etymology Aegae, Aegae f pl (genitive Aegārum); first declension

  1. One of the twelve towns of Achaia
  2. A town of Macedonia and the burial place of the local kings
  3. A town in Euboea, situated north of Chalcis
  • Vergina is a small town in northern Greece, part of Veroia municipality in Imathia, Central Macedonia. Vergina is best known as the site of ancient Aigai (Αἰγαί, Aigaí, Latinized: Aegae), the first capital of Macedon. 
  • Etymology 2. λέω, Etymology From λεώς (leṓs, “people”), an archaic Attic variant of λαός (laós, “people”), and φορείο (foreío, “carriage”) from the verb φέρω (phérō, “carry”). First coined in 1863 in order to translate the French bus or omnibus. The choice of the obsolete variant λεώς (leṓs) instead of the common λαός (laós) was due to the Ancient Greek word λεωφόρος (leōphóros, “thoroughfare”) of the same etymology still being in use.  

The etymology of the word λόγος (lógos/Logos, noun.

  1. THEOLOGY, the Word of God, or principle of divine reason and creative order.

Geb is one of the most important Egyptian Gods in ancient Egyptian history. Geb was known as the God of Earth. He is also referred to as Seb, Keb, Kebb or Gebb in various literatures and the idea of Geb as a healing god is also found in texts dealing with scorpion stings and how to heal them.

His appearances portrayed as a man with a goose on his head (kop). Goose was a sacred animal to Geb, as such he was also called “The Great Cackler”. 

The god Geb (goose) has his origins in Aigaleo.

Today, the western part of the city of Athena is called Aigaleo, where there is a mountain named Mount Aigaleo.

With its excellent view of the Straits of Salamis, Mount Aigaleo/Aegaleo/Egaleo was the site of Xerxes' throne from which he observed the Battle of Salamis, which had resulted in a decisive victory for my ancestors.

The etymology of the word kop.

  • Etymology 1. kop, English, Etymology Afrikaans, Noun kop (plural kops)
  1. (South Africa) A hill or mountain.
  • Etymology 2. kop, Afrikaans, Etymology From Dutch kop. Noun, kop (plural koppe, diminutive koppie)
  1. head.

The Greek αἰγίς aigis means "goatskin coat", from treating the word as meaning "something grammatically feminine pertaining to goat": Greek αἴξ aix (stem αἰγ- aig-) = "goat", + suffix -ίς -is (stem -ίδ- -id-).

The etymology of the stem -ίδ- -id- used to form the word αἰγίς, aig+is or αἰγίδ, aig+id .

  • Etymology 1. id, From Swedish id. Noun, id (plural ids)
  1. Alternative spelling of ide.
  2. The etymology of the word ids,
  • Anagrams: DIS, DIs, DSI, Dis, ISD, SDI, SID, Sid, dIs, dis, dis-, sid, sid'
  • The etymology of the word sid.
  • Etymology 1. sid, Volapük, Noun, sid (nominative plural sids)
  1. seed.
  • Etymology 2. sid, Norwegian Nynorsk, Etymology From Old Norse síðr.
  • Adjective sid (masculine and feminine sid, neuter sidt, definite singular and plural side, comparative sidare, indefinite superlative sidast, definite superlative sidaste).
  • The etymology of the word side, English, From Middle English side, from Old English sīde (“side, flank”), from Proto-Germanic *sīdǭ (“side, flank, edge, shore”), from Proto-Indo-European *sēy- (“to send, throw, drop, sow, deposit”). Cognate with Saterland Frisian Siede (“side”), West Frisian side (“side”), Dutch zijde, zij (“side”), German Low German Sied (“side”), German Seite (“side”), Danish and Norwegian side (“side”), Swedish sida (“side”). 

Aegis/aeg+is or in Greek, αἰγίς, αἰγ+ίς means goat+sida.  Mount Aigaleo means Kop sida, the people, i.e., Kop sida are of the word (logos) of God.

Anax Kopsidas traces his lineage back to the Aegilians. The descendants of the Aegialians include the non-Semitic Celts, non-Semitic Germans, non-Semitic Dutch, non-Semitic Danes, non-Semitic Swedish, non-Semitic Polish, and non-Semitic Irish. 

We are the first people of God.

A first century BC mosaic of Alexander the Great shows him wearing the aegis, Pompeii (Naples National Archaeological Museum).

Ζεὺς Αἰγίοχος Zeus Aigiokhos = "Zeus who holds the aegis.

The aegis first belonged to Athena.

Aegialia also refers to a genus of aphodiine dung beetles in the family Scarabaeidae.

In ancient Egypt Khepri is a scarab-faced god who represents the rising or morning sun. By extension, he can also represent creation and the renewal of life.

Khepri ḫprj is derived from the Egyptian language verb ḫpr, meaning "develop", "come into being", or "create".  The god was connected with the scarab beetle (ḫprr in Egyptian), because the scarab rolls balls of dung across the ground, an act that the Egyptians saw as a symbol of the forces that move the sun across the sky. Khepri was thus a solar deity. Young dung beetles, having been laid as eggs within the dung ball, emerge from it fully formed. Therefore, Khepri also represented creation and rebirth, and he was specifically connected with the rising sun and the creation of the world.

Khepri and another solar deity, Atum, were seen as aspects of sun god Ra: Khepri was the morning sun, Ra was the midday sun, and Atum was the sun in the evening.

Khepri (Aegialian) was principally depicted as a scarab beetle (Aegialia), though in some tomb paintings and funerary papyri he is represented as a man (Aegialian) with a scarab (Aegialia) as a head (kop), or as a scarab with a male human head (kop) emerging from the beetle's (Aegialia) shell. He is also depicted as a scarab in a solar barque held aloft by Nun. The scarab amulets that the Egyptians used as jewelry and as seals represent Khepri.

Khepri's symbols were the scarab beetle, i.e., , Aegialia, and the blue lotus (sidas).

The etymology of the word sida or sidas. 

  • Etymology 1. Sida, Sida is a genus of flowering plants in the mallow family, Malvaceae. They are distributed in tropical and subtropical regions worldwide, especially in the Americas. Plants of the genus may be known generally as fanpetals or sidas.
  • The genus name Sida or Sidas is from the Greek for "pomegranate or water lily". Carl Linnaeus adopted the name from the writings of Theophrastus.  Theophrastus was the successor to Aristotle in the Peripatetic school. He came to Athens at a young age and initially studied in Plato's school. 


  • "When the river is full and floods the plains, there grow in the water many lilies, which the Egyptians call lotus."

The ancient Egyptians assert the our ancient city was called Athens after the goddess Athena.


  • “In the Delta of Egypt,” said Critias, “where, at its head, the stream of the Nile parts in two, there is a certain district called Saitic. The chief city in this district is called Sais—the home of king Amasis, the founder of which, they say, is a goddess whose Egyptian name is Neith, and in Greek as they assert, Athena. These people profess to be great lovers of Athens and in a measure akin to our people here (Athenians/Aegialians). 

Athena here.........

Aether, air, earth, moon, and mind (νοῦς) makes up the Goddess Athena.

The name Athena means, Ἀθεονόα, Atheonóa, meaning, deity's (θεός, theós) mind (νοῦς, noũs).

Athena is a symbol of freedom

Athena is an ancient goddess associated with wisdom, handicraft, and warfare.

Athena was known as Polias and Poliouchos (both derived from polis, meaning "city-state"), and her temples were usually located atop the fortified acropolis in the central part of the city.

The Parthenon on the Athenian Acropolis is dedicated to her, along with numerous other temples and monuments.

As the patron of craft and weaving, Athena was known as Ergane.

Ergane is a genus of jumping spiders.

The form of the pedipalp and the abdominal pattern suggest that Ergane is close to Chalcotropis.

It is named after the goddess Athena, called Athena Ergane as the patron of craftsmen and artisans.

She was also a warrior goddess, and was believed to lead soldiers into battle as Athena Promachos.

Her main festival in Athens was the Panathenaia, which was celebrated during the month of Hekatombaion in midsummer and was the most important festival on the Athenian calendar.


We, the Athenians/Aegialians, are of the original seed brought into existence by the Demiurge.

In Plato's dialogue Cratylus, (428–347 BC) Plato gives an etymology of Athena's name, based on the theories of the ancient Athenians:

  • That is a graver matter, and there, my friend, the modern interpreters of Homer may, I think, assist in explaining the view of the ancients. For most of these in their explanations of the poet, assert that he meant by Athena "mind" [Nous, νοῦς, noũs] and "intelligence" [διάνοια, diánoia], and the maker of names appears to have had a singular notion about her; and indeed calls her by a still higher title, "divine intelligence" [θεοῦ νόησις, theoũ nóēsis], as though he would say: This is she who has the mind of God [ἁ θεονόα, a theonóa). Perhaps, however, the name Theonoe may mean "she who knows divine things" [τὰ θεῖα νοοῦσα, ta theia noousa] better than others. Nor shall we be far wrong in supposing that the author of it wished to identify this Goddess with moral intelligence [εν έθει νόεσιν, en éthei nóesin], and therefore gave her the name Etheonoe; which, however, either he or his successors have altered into what they thought a nicer form, and called her Athena.​ — Plato, Cratylus 407b


  • "Upon hearing this, Solon said that he marvelled, and with the utmost eagerness requested the priest (Sonchis of Saïs) to recount for him in order and exactly all the facts about those citizens of old (Athenians/Aegialians). The priest then said: “I begrudge you not the story, Solon; nay, I will tell it, both for your own sake and that of your city (Athena), and most of all for the sake of the goddess who has adopted for her own both your land and this of ours, and has nurtured and trained them,--yours first by space of a thousand years when she had received the seed from Ge and Hephaestus, and after that ours. And the duration of our civilisation (Egypt) as set down in our sacred writings is 8000 years,"

The Proto-Athenian civilisation is older than Egypt, as told to Solon by the Egyptian priest Sonchis of Saïs.


  • "So when at the time, the Goddess had furnished you, before all others, with all this orderly and regularly system, she established your state (Athena), choosing the spot wherein you were born since she perceived therein a climate duly blended, and how that it would bring forth men of supreme wisdom. So it was that the Goddess, being herself a lover of war and a lover of wisdom, choose the spot which was likely to bring forth men most like unto herself, and this first she established. Wherefore you lived under the rule of such laws as these,--yea, and laws still better,--and you surpassed all men in every virtue, as became those who were the offspring and nurslings of gods. Many, in truth, and great are the achievements of your state (Athena), which are a marvel to men as they are here recorded; but there is one which stands out above all both for magnitude and for nobleness.  For it is related in our records how once upon a time your state stayed the course of a mighty host, which, starting from a distant point in the Atlantic ocean, was insolently advancing to attack the whole of Europe, and Asia to boot. For the ocean there was at that time navigable; for in front of the mouth which you Greeks call, as you say, ‘the pillars of Hercules,’ there lay an island which was larger than Libya and Asia together; and it was possible for the travellers at that time to cross from it to the other islands, and from the islands to the whole of the continent over against them which encompasses that veritable ocean. For all that we have here, lying within the mouth of which we speak, is evidently a haven having a narrow entrance; but that yonder is a real ocean and the land surrounding it may most rightly be called, in the fullest and truest sense, a continent. Now in this island of Atlantis there existed a confederation of Kings, of great and marvellous power, which held sway over all the island, and over many other islands also and parts of the continent; and, moreover, of the lands here within the straits they ruled over Libya as far as Egypt, and over Europe as far as Tuscany. So this host, being all gathered together, made an attempt one time to enslave by one single onslaught both your country (Greece) and ours and the whole of the territory within the Straits. And then it was, Solon, that the manhood of your state showed itself conspicuous for valour and might the sight of all the world. For it stood pre-eminent above all in gallantry and all warlike arts, and acting partly standing alone by itself when deserted by all others, after encountering the deadliest perils, it defeated the invaders and reared a trophy; whereby it saved from slavery such as were not as yet enslaved, and all the rest of us who dwell within the bounds of Heracles it ungrudgingly set free. "

Our City-State Athena was in existence prior to the Great flood that occurred around 11,700 years ago.


  • For if I can sufficiently remember and report the tale once told by the priests and brought hither by Solon, I am wellnigh convinced that I shall appear to the present audience to have fulfilled my task adequately. This, then, I must at once proceed to do, and procrastinate no longer.
  • Now first of all we must recall the fact that 9000 is the sum of years since the war occurred, as is recorded, between the dwellers beyond the pillars of Hercules (Atlantis) and all that dwelt within them; it was stated that this city of ours (Athena) was in command of the one side and fought through the whole of the war, and in command of the other side were the kings of the island of Atlas, which we said was an island larger than Libya and Asia once upon a time, but now lies sunk by earth-quakes and has created a barrier of impassable mud which prevents those who are sailing out from here to the ocean beyond from proceeding further.
  • ​For verily at one time, Solon, before the greatest destruction by water, what is now the Athenian state was the bravest in war and supremely well organised also in all other respects. It is said that it possessed the most splendid works of art and noblest polity of any nation under heaven of which we have heard tell.”
  • ​But at a later time there occurred portentous earthquakes and floods, and one grievous day and night befell them, when the whole body of your warriors was swallowed up by the earth, and the island of Atlantis in like manner was swallowed up by the sea and vanished; wherefore also the ocean at that spot has now become impassible and unsearchable, being blocked up by the shoal mud which the island created as it settled down.”

Meltwater pulse 1B (MWP1b) is the name used by Quaternary geologists, paleoclimatologists, and oceanographers for a period of either rapid or just accelerated post-glacial sea level rise that occurred around 11,700 years ago at the beginning of the Holocene and after the end of the Younger Dryas.

The accelerated rise in post-glacial sea-levels decimated our city Athena and the city of Atlantis. However, there were some survivors.


  • "The fact that the noblest and most perfect race amongst men were born in the land that you now dwell (Athens/Achaea), and from them both yourself are sprung and the whole of your existing city, out of some little seed that chanced to be leftover; but this has escaped your notice because for many generations the survivors died with no power to express themselves in writing. For verily at one time, Solon, before the greatest destruction by water, what is now the Athenian state was the bravest in war and supremely well organised also in all other respects."

Recorded and kept in the temples of ancient Egypt was the history of the city of Athens and Atlantis, as stated by the Egyptian priest Sonchis of Saïs. 


  • "And if any event has occurred that is noble or great or in any way conspicuous, whether it be in your (Solon') country (Greece) or in ours (Egypt) or in some other place of which we know by report, all such events are recorded from old and preserved here in our temples."

The gods are elements and celestial bodies.

Before there were 12 gods there were eight. 


  • "Among the Egyptians Pan is the oldest and is one of the first gods, those who are called the Eight. Heracles is of the second group, those called the twelve, and Dionysus is of the third, who were born of the Twelve. I have already made clear the number of years the Egyptians themselves say stretch between Heracles and king Amasis. Pan is said to be still earlier; and, though the number of years between Dionysus and king Amasis is the smallest, even it is reckoned as being fifteen thousand. The Egyptians claim that they know these matters absolutely because they are continually making their calculations and continually writing down the number of the years."

We knew the system of the eight deities in ancient Greece and before the ancient Egyptians. In Hermopolis. Egypt, however, the system of the eight deities was recorded as the system of the Ogdoad.  The Ogdoad is a system of eight deities, four gods and their consorts. Each pair represented the male and female aspects of the four creative powers or sources. Nun and Naunet represented the primeval waters; Heh and Hauhet represented eternity; Kuk and Kuaket represented darkness; Amun and Amunet represented air (or that which is hidden). However, these gods can differ.


  • "And these forms are four,—one the heavenly kind of gods (i.e., the stars), another the winged kind that traverse the air; thirdly, the class that inhabits the waters; and fourthly, that which goes on foot on dry land. The form of the divine class, He wrought for the most part out of fire, that this kind might be as bright as possible to behold and as fair; and likening it to the All He made it truly spherical."

The Great Ennead was a group of nine deities in Heliopolis: the sun god Atum; his children Shu and Tefnut; their children Geb and Nut; and their children Osiris, Isis, Seth, and Nephthys.

The body of the universe is compounded of the four elements:

  1. Fire = Helios/Ra.
  2. Earth = Ge/Geb.
  3. Air = Uranus/Amun.
  4. Water = Okeanos/Nun

There are five Platonic solids four of which are assigns to the elements, fire, earth, air, water.

  1. The Tetrahedron (Fire).
  2. The Hexahedron (Earth).
  3. The Octohedron (Air).
  4. The Icosahedron (Water).
  5. The Dodecahedron (Aether).

A perfect sphere is created by spinning an octahedron in one full rotation around each of the three axis.

The Demiurge created a perfect spherical membrane from an octahedron (KopSidas).

 The Demiurge, by his will, thought (nous, νοῦς) the universe into existence and realized by the Word.

The structures in the universe and the universe are not material in any form; they are pure consciousness.

The Demiurge gives life through the magic of the Word.

Straight lines are considered to be male and curved lines female, i.e., sphere. 

These elements and geometries describe and symbolize the five states of “matter.”

Out of these materials, such in kind and four in number, the body of the cosmos was harmonised by proportion and brought into existence

The world was built up into a harmonious structure, and the cosmos evolved out of chaos.

At a particular stage, the Demiurge handed over his task to the created star gods.

In the image God made man, and that the chief end of man and his final felicity is assimilation to God.

In ancient Egypt the Demiruge was known as Ptah.

At a much later time the Demiurge was known as Hephaestus in Greece and as Vulcan in Rome.

The gods are the personified expression of the elements, phenomena, and forces of nature: fire, air, sun, moon, earth, water, dawn, and sky.

Our race Athenian/Aegialians/Ithacans/Lefkadians/Achaeans/Cynurians, and Arcadians, was the first race of man on the earth. 


  • "So when at the time, the Goddess had furnished you, before all others, with all this orderly and regularly system, she established your state (Athena), choosing the spot wherein you were born since she perceived therein a climate duly blended, and how that it would bring forth men of supreme wisdom. 

The Apidima Cave is a complex of four small caves located on the western shore of Mani Peninsula in southern Greece. A systematic investigation of the cave has yielded Neanderthal and Homo sapiens fossils from the Palaeolithic era.

One skull fossil, given the name Apidima 1, shows a mixture of modern human and primitive features and has been dated to be more than 210,000 years old, older than a Neanderthal skull ("Apidima 2") found at the cave, which makes Apidima 1 the oldest proof of Homo sapiens living outside Africa. Apidima 1 is more than 150,000 years older than previous H. sapiens finds in Europe.

The Denisovans are a species or subspecies of archaic humans.

The first Denisovan individual was identified in 2010 based on mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) extracted from a juvenile female finger bone from the Siberian Denisova Cave. Nuclear DNA (nDNA) indicates close affinities with Neanderthals. 

The fossils of five distinct Denisovans from Denisova Cave have been identified through their Ancient DNA (aDNA): Denisova 2, Denisova 3, Denisova 4, Denisova 8, and Denisova 13. Denisova 11 was an F1 Denisovan-Neanderthal hybrid.

Before splitting from Neanderthals, their ancestors ("Neandersovans") migrated out of Africa into Greece and interbred with Homo sapiens, which were already present there. The Homo sapiens was the Proto Greeks, i.e., Athenian/Aegialians/Ithacans/Lefkadians/Achaeans/Cynurians, and Arcadians.

The offspring of a Neanderthal, Denisovan, and Homo sapien, i.e., Proto-Greek is a Semite.

The Serer creation story is the traditional creation myth of the Serer people of Senegal, the Gambia and Mauritania. The Serer religion and oral tradition tell how the Semites came to be.  

  • Originally, all the animals on Earth lived together with the offspring and nurslings of gods (Proto-Greeks), and trees in harmony. However, this peaceful habitation of the Earth came to an abrupt end when one of the lions (Neandersovan) impregnated a girl causing her to give birth to a monkey, half man-half beast (Semite). The male society of this distant past were furious and summoned all the animals (Neandersovan) to a hearing in order to determine the culprit. The lion (Neandersovan) fearing for the punishment that it may receive from these men, refused to identify itself as the one responsible for the act until a dog pointed it out as the culprit. A war broke out between the offspring and nurslings of gods (Proto-Greeks), human animals (Neandersovans), and the trees. The offspring and nurslings of gods (Proto-Greeks) were victorious and drove the animals (Neandersovan/Semites) into the bush except the dog who became man's companion. 

However, the crisis did not end there.....

The Neanderthals, Denisovans and hybrid Semites Semites were driven out of Greece and into north Africa, the caucasus, West Asia. 

Western Asia, West Asia, Southwestern Asia, or Southwest Asia is the westernmost sub-region of Asia. It includes Anatolia, the Arabian Peninsula, Iran, the Levant, Mesopotamia, the Sinai Peninsula, and Transcaucasia. 

Based on the modern distribution of Denisovan DNA, Denisovans (Semites) crossed the Wallace Line into Wallacea and also Sahul (New Guinea and Australia), with little back-migration to west of the line.

In India they were known as the Vanara.

The Semites also settled in north-west Africa in the vicinity of the Atlas mountain range where they took the name Atlantean. 


Diodorus Siculus mentions "Atlantis" or the "Atlanteans", referring to the native tribes and Phoenician colonies of north-west Africa in the vicinity of the Atlas mountain range. 

Diodorus Siculus, Library of History 3. 56. 1 - 57. 8 (trans. Oldfather) (Greek historian C1st B.C.):

  • "But since we have made mention of the Atlantioi (Atlanteans) we believe that it will not be inappropriate in this place to recount what their myths relate about the genesis of the gods, in view of the fact that it does not differ greatly from the myths of the Greeks.  Now the Atlantians, dwelling as they do in the regions on the edge of Okeanos (the Ocean) and inhabiting a fertile territory, are reputed far to excel their neighbours in reverence toward the gods and the humanity they showed in their dealings with strangers, and the gods, they say, were born among them. And their account, they maintain, is in agreement with that of the most renowned of the Greek poets [Homer, Iliad 14.200] when he represents Hera as saying: ‘For I go to see the ends of the bountiful earth, Okeanos source of the gods and Tethys divine their mother.’  This is the account given in their myth: Their first king was Ouranos (Uranus), and he gathered the human beings (barbarians), who dwelt in scattered habitations, within the shelter of a walled city and caused his subjects to cease from their lawless ways and their bestial manner of living, discovering for them the uses of cultivated fruits, how to store them up, and not a few other things which are of benefit to man; and he also subdued the larger part of the inhabited earth, in particular the regions to the west and the north. And since he was a careful observer of the stars he foretold many things which would take place throughout the world; and for the common people he introduced the year on the basis of the movement of the sun and the months on that of the moon, and instructed them in the seasons which recur year after year.
  • Consequently the masses of the people (barbarians), being ignorant of the eternal arrangement of the stars and marvelling at the events which were taking place as he had predicted, conceived that the man who taught such things partook of the nature of the gods, and after he had passed from among men they accorded to him immortal honours, both because of his benefactions and because of his knowledge of the stars; and then they transferred his name to the firmament of heaven, both because they thought that he had been so intimately acquainted with the risings and the settings of the stars and with whatever else took place in the firmament, and because they would surpass his benefactions by the magnitude of the honours which they would show him, in that for all subsequent time they proclaimed him to be the king of the universe.
  • To Ouranos, the myth continues, were born forty-five sons from a number of wives, and, of these, eighteen, it is said, were by Titaia (Titaea), each of them bearing a distinct name, but all of them as a group were called, after their mother, Titanes (Titans). Titaia, because she was prudent and had brought about many good deeds for the peoples, was deified after her death by those whom she had helped and her name was changed to Gê (Earth). To Ouranos were also born daughters, the two eldest of whom were by far the most renowned above the others and were called Basileia (Queen) and Rhea, whom some also named Pandora. Of these daughters Basileia, who was the eldest and far excelled the others in both prudence and understanding, reared all her brothers, showing them collectively a mother's kindness; consequently she was given the appellation of ‘Great Mother’; and after her father had been translated from among men into the circle of the gods, with the approval of the masses and her brothers she succeeded to the royal dignity, though she was still a maiden and because of her exceedingly great chastity had been unwilling to unite in marriage with any man.
  • But later, because of her desire to leave sons who should succeed to the throne, she united in marriage with Hyperion, one of her brothers, for whom she had the greatest affection. And when there were born to her two children, Helios (the Sun) and Selenê (the Moon), who were greatly admired for both their beauty and their chastity, the brothers of Basileia, they say, being envious of her because of her happy issue of children ad fearing that Hyperion would divert the royal power to himself, committed an utterly impious deed; for entering into a conspiracy among themselves they put Hyperion to the sword, and casting Helios [i.e. the child Phaethon of myth], who was still in years a child, into the Eridanos river, drowned him.
  • When this crime came to light, Selene, who loved her brother very greatly, threw herself down from the roof, but as for his mother, while seeking his body along the river, her strength left her and falling into a swoon she beheld a vision in which she thought that Helios stood over her and urged her not to mourn the death of her children; for, he said, the Titanes would meet the punishment which they deserve, while he and his sister would be transformed, by some divine providence, into immortal natures, since that which had formerly been called ‘holy fire’ in the heavens would be called by men ‘the sun’ (hêlios) and that addresses as menê would be called ‘the moon’ (Selene).
  • When she was aroused from the swoon she recounted to the common crowd both the dream and the misfortunes which had befallen her, asking that they render to the dead honours like those accorded to the gods and asserting that no man should thereafter touch her body. And after this she became frenzied, and seizing such of her daughter's playthings as could make a noise, she began to wander over the land, with her hair hanging free, inspired by the noise of the kettledrums and cymbals, so that those who saw her were struck with astonishment. And all men were filled with pity at her misfortune and some were clinging to her body, when there came a mighty storm and continuous crashes of thunder and lightning; and in the midst of this Basileia passed from sight, whereupon the crowds of people, amazed at this reversal of fortune, transferred the names and the honours of Helios and Selenê to the stars of the sky, and as for their mother, they considered her to be a goddess and erected altars to her, and imitating the incidents of her life by the pounding of the kettledrums and the clash of cymbals they rendered unto her in this way sacrifices and all other honours."
  • "After the death of Hyperion, the myth relates, the kingdom was divided among the sons of Ouranos (Uranus), the most renowned of whom were Atlas and Kronos (Cronus). Of these sons Atlas received as his part the regions on the coast of Okeanos (the Ocean), and he not only gave the name of Atlantioi (Atlanteans) to his peoples but likewise called the greatest mountain in the land Atlas. They also say that he perfected the science of astrology and was the first to publish to mankind the doctrine of the sphere; and it was for this reason that the idea was held that he entire heavens were supported upon the shoulders of Atlas, the myth darkly hinting in this way at his discovery and description of the sphere. There were born to him a number of sons, one of whom was distinguished above the others for his piety, justice to his subjects, and love of mankind, his name being Hesperos (Evening-Star).​
  • Atlas, the myth goes on to relate, also had seven daughters, who as a group were called Atlantides [i.e. the Pleiades] after their father, but their individual names were Maia, Elektra (Electra), Taÿgetê (Taygeta), Steropê, Meropê, Halkyonê (Halcyone), and the last Kelaino (Celaeno). These daughters lay with the most renowned heroes and gods and thus became ancestors of the larger part of the race of human beings, giving birth to those who, because of their high achievements, came to be called gods and heroes; Maia the eldest, for instance, lay with Zeus and bore Hermes, who was the discoverer of many things for the use of mankind; similarly the other Atlantides also gave birth to renowned children, who became the founders in some instances of nations and in other cases of cities. Consequently, not only among certain barbarians but among the Greeks as well, the great majority of the most ancient heroes trace their descent back to the Atlantides. These daughters were also distinguished for their chastity and after their death attained to immortal honour among men, by whom they were both enthroned in the heavens and endowed with the appellation of Pleiades. The Atlantides were also called ‘nymphai’ (nymphs) because the natives of that land addressed their women by the common appellation of ‘nymphe.’  
  • Kronos (Cronus), the brother of Atlas, the myth continues, who was a man notorious for his impiety and greed, married his sister Rhea, by whom he begat that Zeus who was later called ‘Olympios’ (Olympian) . . .
    Zeus, the son of Kronos, emulated a manner of life the opposite of that led by his father, and since he showed himself honourable and friendly to all, the masses addressed him as ‘father.’ As for his succession to the kingly power, some say that his father yielded it to him of his own accord, but others state that he was chosen as king by the masses because of the hatred they bore towards his father, and that when Kronos made war against him with he aid of the Titanes, Zeus overcame him in battle, and on gaining supreme power visited all the inhabited world, conferring benefactions upon the race of men. He was pre-eminent also in bodily strength and in all the other qualities of virtue and for this reason quickly became master of the entire world. And in general he showed all zeal to punish impious and wicked men and to show kindness to the masses. In return for all this, after he had passed from among men he was given the name of Zên [from the verb ‘to live’], because he was the cause of right ‘living’ among men, and those who had received his favours showed him honour by enthroning him in the heavens, all men eagerly acclaiming him as god and lord for ever of the whole universe.  

Human beings.....refers to animals.

Plato. People being referred to as gods.

  •  Page 87: Concerning the other divinities, to discover and declare their orgin is too great a task for us, and we must trust to those who have declared it aforetime, they being, as they affirmed, descendants of gods and knowing well, no doubt their own forefathers. It is, as I say, impossible to disbelieve the children of gods, even though their statements lack either probable or necessary demonstration; and inasmuch as they profess to speak of family matters, we must follow custom and believe them. Therefore let the generation of these gods be stated by us, following their account, in this wise. Of Ge and Uranus were born the children Oceanus and Tethys; and of these, Phorkys, Cronus, and Rhea, and all that go with them; and of Cronus and Rhea were born Zeus and Hera and all those who are, as we know, called their brethren; and these again, other descendants.

  • Now when all the gods, both those who revolve manifestly and those who manifest themselves so far as they choose, had come to birth, He that generated this All addressed them thus.

Troy was a Pheonecian colony here.....Semits of Troy.

In Greco-Roman mythology, Aeneas (/ɪˈniːəs/;[1] Greek: Αἰνείας, Aineías, possibly derived from Greek αἰνή meaning "praised") was a Trojan hero, the son of the prince Anchises and the goddess Aphrodite (Venus). His father was a first cousin of King Priam of Troy (both being grandsons of Ilus, founder of Troy), making Aeneas a second cousin to Priam's children (such as Hector and Paris). 


  • "Then with friendly words Aeneas address the king: ", Noblest of the sons of Greece, to whom fortune has willed that I make my prayer, and offer boughs decked with fillets, I was not afraid that you were a Dardan chief, an Arcadian linked by blood with the twin sons of Atreus; but my owns worth and Heavens only oracles, our ancestral kingship, and your fame that has spread through the world, have bound me to you, and led me here as Fate's willing follower.  Dardanus, fist father and founder of Ilium's city, born (as the Greeks relate) of Atlantean Electra, came to the Teucrians; Electra, was begotton of mightiest Atlas, who on his shoulders sustains the heavenly spheres.  Your ancestor is Mercury, whom fair Maia conceived and bore on Cylenne's cold peak; but Maia, if we have any trust in tales we have heard, is a child of Atlas, the same Atlas who holds up the starry heavens; so the lineage of us both branches from one blood."

Dido was the founder and first queen of Carthage.  Carthage was a Phoenician state.  The Phoenicians were Semites.

Dido can no longer bear to live. She has her sister Anna build her a pyre under the pretence of burning all that reminded her of Aeneas, including weapons and clothes that Aeneas had left behind and (what she calls) their bridal bed (though, according to Aeneas, they were never officially married.) (4.584f) When Dido sees Aeneas' fleet leaving she curses him and his Trojans and proclaims endless hate between Carthage and the descendants of Troy, foreshadowing the Punic Wars. 


  • "False one, no goddess was your mother, nor was Dardanus founder of your line, but rugged Caucasus on his flinty rocks begot you, and Hyrcanian tigresses suckled you."

Helen of Sparta was married to King Menelaus of Sparta but was abducted and raped by Prince Paris of Troy

Colluthus, Rape of Helen 268 ff (trans. Mair) (Greek poetry C5th to C6th A.D.) :

  • "[Helene addresses Paris :] `Stranger, whence art thou? declare thy fair lineage even unto us. In beauty thou art like unto a glorious king, but thy family I know not among the Argives. I know all the family of blameless Deukalion.'” (N.B. Most of the Hellenic princes were descended from Deukalion).

​Herodotus rape of Helen here....


  • So the plan for Hippias was checked.  When Hippias was thus driven away, Amyntas, king of Macedon, offered him Anthemon, and the Thessalians would have given him Iolcus.  But he would have neither of them but went back to Sigium, which Pisistratus had captured by force from the Mytilenaeans and, when he was master of it, he set up as its prince his own bastard son (by an Argive woman), Hegesistratus; but this ruler did not keep what he had got from Pisistratus without a fight.  For the Mytilenaeans, making their base in Achilleum, and the Athenians at Sigeum fought for a long time, the Mytilenaeans claiming back Sigeum and the Athenians not acknowledging their claim but declaring that Aeolian had no more share in the land of Ilium than themselves or any others among the Greeks who had taken part with Menelaus in avenging the rape of Helen. 

In Greek mythology, Dardanus (/ˈdɑːrdənəs/; Ancient Greek: Δάρδανος,[1] Dardanos) was a son of Zeus and Electra (daughter of Atlas) and founder of the city of Dardanus at the foot of Mount Ida in the Troad. 

Dionysius of Halicarnassus (1.61–62) states that Dardanus' original home was in Arcadia, where Dardanus and his elder brother Iasus (elsewhere more commonly called Iasion) reigned as kings following Atlas. Dardanus married Chryse, daughter of Pallas,[2] by whom he fathered two sons: Idaeus and Deimas. When a great flood occurred, the survivors, who were living on mountains that had now become islands, split into two groups: one group remained and took Deimas as king while the other sailed away, eventually settling in the island of Samothrace. There Iasus (Iasion) was slain by Zeus for lying with Demeter. Dardanus and his people found the land poor and so most of them set sail for Asia Minor. 

The etymology of the word Arcadia. arc+adia.

A different account in Virgil's Aeneid (3.163f) has Aeneas in a dream learn from his ancestral Penates that "Dardanus and Father Iasius" and the Penates themselves originally came from Hesperia, afterwards renamed as Italy. This tradition holds that Dardanus was a Tyrrhenian prince, and that his mother Electra was married to Corythus, king of Tarquinia.

Danrdanus was born in Arcadia and not Italy.  Dardanus is not the ancestor of the Trojans.

There are two charectors named Atlas.

Denisovens here....Semites came from Saudi Arabia...Herodotus here.


  • "The Phonecians lived of old, so they say, about the Red Sea (Saudi Arabia), but they then came out of there and settled in that part of Syria that is next the sea."


  • He had chosen for his subject the enmity of the Greeks and the "barbarians," meaning the people (Semites) of Asia Minor.

From Ballentine's Law Dictionary, 1948 Edition. 'Human Being' is defined as follows: 'See monster' . From the same dictionary, 'monster' is defined:  'A human-being by birth, but in some part resembling a lower animal.'

After the destruction of the City of Athena and Atlantis around 11,700 years ago, the religion was brought back to Athena and around the Mediteranian from Egypt and was retold as the twelve Titans.

Out of the twelve Titans came the Olypians.

The Olypians are a mix of Greek and Semitic names representing the gods.

Posthomeric poetry sheds a bright light on the contrast that the religion of the Greeks formed together with the Teucrian (Trojan) cults.  Benloew, (Louis. The Truth About the Trojan War: The Semites of Ilion (Kindle Locations 259-260). Kindle Edition). 

Okeanos became Poseidon, Helios became Apollo ect.

Okeanos being the Greek word for the sea and Poseidon being the Semitic name for the sea..

The offspring and nurslings of gods, i.e., the Proto-Athenians/Aegialians who are the noblest and most perfect race amongst men had taken the names of the gods that came before them.

The anthropoids mixed with the Neanderthals and Denisovans and evolved into the barbarian races.

These barbarian races raped one of our women and this gave rise to the Semites.

One of our kings was named Ouranos.  Ouranos (Uranus) was known as Amun in ancient Egypt.

The barbarians raped Electra and through this rape the Semites were created.  A Semite is a cross between the barbarian races Neanderthal and Demison, which came from the rape of a Greek woman and an animal

The barbarians created the story of Zeus being the offspring of Kronos and Rhea. The god Zeus is another name for Amun or Ouranos (Uranus).

Virgil here...about their ancestry.

The etymology of the word Semite here....

Metis, metis etymology here...semit come semite. Mixing metis with Zeus come Athena.

The names of the Gods changed as foreigners invaded ancient Greece. For example, Helios became Apollo.

Semites started to deify themselves as in the case with Julius Casear and Loui

On his death, Julius Caesar was officially recognised as a god, the Divine ('Divus') Julius, by the Roman state. 

The etymology of the word divus.

  • Etymology 1. divus, Latin, Alternative forms, D. (in titular formulae). Etymology From the same source as deus.
  • Adjective, dīvus (feminine dīva, neuter dīvum, comparative dīvior, superlative dīvissimus or dīssimus); first/second-declension adjective.
  1. of or belonging to a deity; divine
  2. godlike, godly

The etymology of the word deus.

  • Etymology 1. deus,  (See also: déus and Deus)
  • Latin, EtymologyFrom Old Latin deivos, from Proto-Italic *deiwos, from Proto-Indo-European *deywós. An o-stem derivative from *dyew- (“sky, heaven”), from which also diēs and Iuppiter. Cognates with Ancient Greek Ζεύς (Zeús), Ancient Greek Διεύς (Dieús), Sanskrit देव (devá), Avestan (daēuua), Welsh duw, Lithuanian dievas, Samogotian .
  • Zeus is Amun, Ouranos and Jove.
  • Etymology 2. Deus, Galician, Etymology, From Old Portuguese Deus, from Latin Deus. Proper noun, Deus m
  1. God (in a Christian context)
  • Etymology 2. Deus, Latin, EtymologyFrom deus (“god, deity”). Proper noun, Deus m sg (irregular, genitive Deī); second declension
  1. God (in a Judeo-Christian context)

The etymology of the word God.

  • Etymology 1. God, English, Etymology From Middle English God. See god. Proper noun, God (usually uncountable, plural Gods)

  1. The single deity of various monotheistic religions, especially the deity of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
  2. (Christianity) God the Father, the fountainhead and coeternal hypostasis (person) of the Trinity described in the Old Testament, and in the New Testament as the father of Jesus.
  3. (Christianity, often poetic) God the Son, the begotten and coeternal hypostasis of the Trinity, incarnated as Jesus Christ, of one essence with the Father and Holy Spirit.
  4. The single male deity of various bitheistic or duotheistic religions.

Amun had a son called Khonsu...Yah, and this is how the Semites came up with the name Yahweh.

The Semite came later.  They are the unholy mix of an animal and our race, the first race on the earth.

There are two historical figures with the name Atlas. The first Atlas was the Titan who holds up the celestial heavens.  His father is Iapetus, and grandfather is Uranus.

The names of the Gods changed as foreigners invaded ancient Greece. For example, Helios became Apollo.

The body of the universe is compounded of the four elements:

Fire = Helios/Ra/Apollo.
Earth = Ge/Geb/Demeter.
Air = Uranus/Amun/Zeus.
Water = Okeanos/Nun/Poseidon

The Atlanteas lineage here......

Semites created Zeus from Amun.

The second Atlas is the first king of Atlantis. The term "Atlanteans" was also applied by us Greeks to the Phoenician (Semitic) colonies along the Barbary Coast of North Africa--i.e., those living near the Atlas Mountains.

A Semite is not from the original seed but rather the result of rape. Semites are the illegitimate offspring of an animal and the original Greeks. 

Semitic lineage here.....Zeus who was a Semite acting as a god, Electra Here.

​Many millennia later, the rivalry between (Rape of Hellen here) Greeks and Semites had resulted in the Trojan War. The second major war Rape of Lavinia here) between Greeks and Semites was in Italy with Aeneas, a Semite, and Turnus, who had ancestry from Cynuria, a district in ancient Arcadia. Rape of the Sabine women here) The third major battle between Greeks and Semites was at Actium (Ithaca/Lefkada), between Octavian, who had Trojan Semitic ancestry, and Cleopatra, who had Greek ancestry. The rivalry continued when the Trojan Semites sacked Constantinople in April 1204, and when the Semitic Holy Roman Empire took control of Greece in 1832. Today the Semitic Trojan ekklesia calls itself the catholic church.

All Christian churches that share the same doctrine are catholic, i.e., Semitic. 

The Constitution of Greece. SECTION II - Relations of Church and State - Article 3.

  1. The prevailing religion in Greece is that of the Eastern Orthodox Church of Christ. The Orthodox Church of Greece, acknowledging our Lord Jesus Christ as its head, is inseparably united in doctrine with the Great Church of Christ in Constantinople and with every other Church of Christ of the same doctrine, observing unwaveringly, as they do, the holy apostolic and synodal canons and sacred traditions. It is autocephalous and is administered by the Holy Synod of serving Bishops and the Permanent Holy Synod originating thereof and assembled as specified by the Statutory Charter of the Church in compliance with the provisions of the Patriarchal Tome of June 29,1850 and the Synodal Act of September 4,1928.

The official title of The Eastern Orthodox Church of Christ is the Orthodox Catholic Church.  The Church of St. George is the principal Orthodox Catholic cathedral in Constantinople.

Status of Administrative Agents
Article 103
1. Civil servants shall be the executors of the will of the State....

A Will is a Testament and a Trust. The New Testament is the second part of the Christian biblical canon, the first being the Old Testament.  The two bibles are Trusts. The Semites renamed, for example, Ptah/Saturn/Cronus/Chronos/Heaphustus, and Vulcan to Yahweh and made Yahweh the Demiurge and Grantor in the old testament.  They also renamed Nefertum/Hades/Apollo/Horus to Jesus Christ.  The character Jesus is the testator in the new testament, and the Pope is the executor via Saint Peter and his successors.  The Semites then combined Jesus with Yahweh in a holy trinity. 

Ptah is an Egyptian name for the Demiurge who existed before all other things and, by his will, thought the world into existence. It was first conceived by Thought, and realized by the Word:  Ptah conceives the world by the thought of his heart and gives life through the magic of his Word.  That which Ptah commanded was created, with which the constituents of nature, fauna, and flora, are contained.  He also plays a role in the preservation of the world and the permanence of the royal function.

Nefertem was the son of the Demiurge Ptah.

Nefertum was born from a blue lotus flower, which emerged from the waters of Nun at the beginning of creation.

Nefertem was depicted as a beautiful young man having blue water-lily flowers around his head. 

The etymology of the word kopsidas, kop+sidas.

  • Etymology 1. kop, Afrikaans, Etymology From Dutch kop.
  • Noun, kop (plural koppe, diminutive koppie)
  1. head

The etymology of the word sida or sidas. 

  • Etymology 1. Sida, Sida is a genus of flowering plants in the mallow family, Malvaceae. They are distributed in tropical and subtropical regions worldwide, especially in the Americas. Plants of the genus may be known generally as fanpetals or sidas.
  • The genus name Sida or Sidas is from the Greek for "pomegranate or water lily". Carl Linnaeus adopted the name from the writings of Theophrastus.  Theophrastus was the successor to Aristotle in the Peripatetic school. He came to Athens at a young age and initially studied in Plato's school. 


  • "When the river is full and floods the plains, there grow in the water many lilies, which the Egyptians call lotus."

The name Kop+sidas means the head (kop) of Nerfertum with lilies (sidas) around his head, i.e., Kopsidas, the royal son of the demiurge Ptah. 

Kop also means mound.

  • Etymology 2. kop, English, Etymology, Afrikaans
  • Noun, kop (plural kops)

  1. (South Africa) A hill or mountain.

The etymology of the word hill.

  • Etymology 1. hill, English, Verb, hill (third-person singular simple present hills, present participle hilling, simple past and past participle hilled)

  1. To form into a heap or mound.

In Ancient Egyptian creation accounts, the original mound (kop) of land comes forth from the waters of the Nun.

Although the Egyptians had many different creation myths, they all agreed that the universe came from the primordial waters of Nun, and many legends suggested that everything would slip back under these waters at the end of the world.

In Memphis Egypt, Nun was associated with the creator god, Ptah, in the form of the composite deity Ptah-Nun.

The worship of Ptah then moved beyond the borders of the ancient City of Athena and ancient Egypt and was exported throughout the eastern Mediterranean. Through dissemination by the Phoenicians, we find figures of Ptah in Carthage.

The Trojans were a colony of the Phoenicians, and the Phoenicians are Semites.

Christianity developed from the cult of the deified Semitic Caesar.  It appears that Caesarion, the son of Julius Caesar (a Semite) and Cleopatra (Greek), is the bible character, Jesus. 

Caesarion did not leave any male heirs nor did Augustus.  Marc Anthony and Octavia, the sister to Augustus also didn't leave any male heirs. 

Octavia the Younger; 69–11 BC, was the elder sister of the first unlawful Semitic Emperor in Rome, Augustus.  She was also the great-grandmother of the Semitic Emperor Caligula and Semitic Empress Agrippina the Younger, maternal grandmother of the Semitic Emperor Claudius, and paternal great-grandmother and maternal great-great-grandmother of the Semite Emperor Nero.  Claudius had Italic, Sabine, i.e., Greek origins, but the family had mixed with Semitic families in Rome. 

Apostolic succession is the method whereby the ministry of the Semitic Christian Church is held to be derived from the apostles by a continuous succession, which has usually been associated with a claim that the succession is through a series of bishops.  This way, the Semites do not have to rely on an heir to become emperor of the Semitic Empire. Furthermore, there is no evidence that the apostles characterized in the New Testament ever existed in human form. 

The twelve apostles are the personification of the twelve Des Consentes, the Council of 12 Roman Gods who were the 12 Olympian Gods.   The 12 gods changed into the 12 apostles.  

A Trust is an arrangement whereby a person (a trustee) holds property as its nominal owner for the good of one or more beneficiaries.  All citizens are acting in the capacity of Trustee (slaves). Civil servants are in the position of executors, and the State is the Semitic Catholic Church (see Article 3. Greek Constitution).  The Pope is acting as the executor to Jesus, and as Grantor.  Central Banks and the Semitic Catholic church are the beneficiaries of the trust.

​​The Semitic Catholic Church has enslaved billions of people around the world by tricking them into consenting to join a corporation and acting as the trustees in a trust—effectively stripping away any natural rights each person has to the natural resources on the planet. Trustees have benefits and privileges, i.e., legal rights, given to them by the Semitic Catholic Church via a constitution. Furthermore, trustees pay interest on all money that is loaned out by the central banks, i.e., the beneficiaries. 

Under the current regime, all property is owned by the Semitic Catholic Church, and that includes money, interest on the money (which doesn't exist), land, and the natural resources.  Christianity is a system of slavery. 

Unam Sanctam - Bull of Pope Boniface VIII promulgated November 18, 1302

  • This we see very clearly also by the payment, benediction, and consecration of the tithes, but the acceptance of power itself and by the government even of things.

  • "When the missionaries came to Africa they had the Bible and we had the land. They said 'Let us pray.' We closed our eyes. When we opened them we had the Bible and they had the land."  Desmond Tutu.

Citizens around the word (Trustees) find themselves in a state of perpetual debt. (see the illustration below).

The USA is the military arm of the Semitic Empire, and the City of London is its financial base. Vatican City is the headquarters. The USA, the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, and the European Union are all corporations, and they are subject to a sovereign. The sovereign in these cases is the Queen of England and the Pope in Rome.

The Pontifex Maximus is the chief high priest of the College of Pontiffs in Rome.

The foundation of this sacred college and the office of Pontifex Maximus is attributed to the second king of Rome, Numa Pompilius.

Numa Pompilius (753–673 BC; reigned 715–673 BC) was a Sabine and, therefore, of Greek origin. Many of Rome's most important religious and political institutions are attributed to him. He was an agent of the gods.

The Sabines' original territory, straddling the modern regions of Lazio, Umbria, and Abruzzo, Sabinum. To this day, it bears the ancient tribe's name in the Italian form of Sabina. Within the modern region of Lazio (or Latium), Sabina constitutes a sub-region, situated north-east of Rome, around Rieti. 

The origins of the indigenous Romans are Greek.

The Sabines were also descended from around Cynuria, a district in ancient Arcadia.

The word Pontifex Maximus comes from the Sabine language, in which it would mean a member of a college of five, from Osco-Umbrian ponte, five. The institution is Greek/Italic.

Pliny the Elder wrote concerning the folk-etymology of the name Umbri:

  • The Umbrian people are thought the oldest in Italy; they are believed to have been called Ombrii by the Greeks because they survived the deluge. 

​The Umbri originated in ancient Athena. They migrated to Italy, Germany, and Scandinavia after the great flood 11,700 years ago. The Celts are of Umbri/Athenian origin.

The Samnites were an ancient Italic people who lived in Samnium in south-central Italy.  Etymologically, the name Samnium is generally recognized to be a form of the name of the Sabines, who were Umbrians.

The Greek historian Dionysius of Halicarnassus, together with Aristotle and Thucydides stated that Italy was named after Italus.  Italus or Italos was a legendary king of the Oenotrians, who were among the earliest recorded inhabitants of Italy. 

The Oenotrians ("tribe led by Oenotrus" or "people from the land of vines - Οἰνωτρία") were an ancient population who inhabited a territory from Paestum to southern Calabria in southern Italy. 

Oenotria was named after Oenotrus, the youngest of the fifty sons of Lycaon, who migrated to Italy from Arcadia in the Peloponnese, Greece.

In his Fabularum Liber (or Fabulae), Gaius Julius Hyginus recorded that Italus was a son of Penelope and Telegonus (a son of Odysseus). Penelope was the daughter of Icarius of Sparta and his wife Periboea and was the wife of Odysseus of Ithaca, i.e., modern-day Lefkada.  

  • There, just as the Egialians of Dyme, Egium and Helike did, they maintained intimate relationships with the islands of Zakynthos, Cephallenia and Ithaca, themselves inhabited by Egialians, that is by Ionians. These relationships could have well been continued by their descendants.​
  • Benloew, Louis. The Truth About the Trojan War: The Semites of Ilion (Kindle Locations 460-462). Kindle Edition. 

Ithaca here the shield here.


  • 94: The Ionians were called Aegialian Pelasgians (say the Greeks) for all the time they lived in the Peloponnese, in what is now called Achaea, and before Danaus and Xuthus came to the Peloponnese. After they were called Ionians, from Ion, the sun of Xuthus. 

Rome was named after Roma, the daughter of Telemachus.  Telemachus was the son of Odysseus and Penelope from Ithaca (Lefkada).

The first Pontifex Maximus was Numa Marcius. 

The pontifex Maximus' real power lay in the administration of ius divinum or divine law.

The main duty of the Pontifices was to maintain the pax deorum or "peace of the gods."

After the overthrow of the Greek/Roman monarchy, the Semitic Trojan's in Rome created the priesthood of the rex sacrorum, or "king of sacred rites," to carry out certain religious duties and rituals previously performed by the king.

Julius Caesar unlawfully became pontifex in 73 BC and pontifex Maximus in 63 BCE. 

Augustus unlawfully took the title Pontifex Maximus and unlawfully founded of the Semitic, Trojan Empire in Rome.  He was also the first Semitic emperor in Rome.

Pontifex Maximus was one of the many titles of the emperor.

Constantine the Great who was of Greek origin moved the capital of Roma from Roma to the town of Byzantium to establish a new Roma without Semitic influence and deception. It was known as the second Roma.  King Byzas of Megara founded the city of Byzantium in 657 BC.

Constantine and his successors continued to use the title "pontifex maximus."

The last traces of Emperors being at the same time chief pontiffs are found in inscriptions of Valentinian I, Valens, and Gratian (Orelli, Inscript. n1117, 1118). From the time of Theodosius I (r 379–395), the emperors no longer appear in the dignity of the pontiff.

The Semites took control of the western part of Roma when it fell around 476 CE which eventually lead to the illegitimate Semitic Holy Roman Empire.


  • "Meanwhile there occurred an event which it is worthwhile to record, for this too promoted his good fortune.  Indeed, I calculate that the inability of all the western rulers to attack him contributed very much to the smooth course of Roberts affairs.  In everything Fortune worked for him, raised him to power and brought about whatever was to his advantage.  For example, the Pope of Rome (Gregory VII),  (this is a noble office, protected by soldiers of many nationalities) had a quarrel with Henry, the King of Germany, and wanted to draw Robert into an alliance with himself (Robert had already become very famous and attained great power).  The reason for this quarrel between pope and king were as follows:  the pope accused Henry of accepting money for church livings instead of appointing incumbents freely; he also blamed him for entrusting the office of archbishop on certain occasions to unworthy men, and he brought other charges to this nature.  The German king, on the other hand, indicted the pope of presumption, saying that he had usurped the apostolic chair without his consent.  What is more, he had used the most insulting and reckless language, threatening that if he did not resign his self-appointed office, he would be expelled from it with ignominy.  When the pope heard these words, he immediately expanded his wrath on the envoys sent by Henry.  To begin with, he outraged them savagely, then cut their hair and beards, the one with scissors, the other with a razor, and finally, he did something else to them which was quite improper, going beyond the insolent behaviour one expects from barbarians, and then sent them away. I would have given a name to the outrage, but as a woman and a princess modesty forbade me.  What was done on his orders was not only unworthy of a high priest, but of any man at all who bears the name of Christian. Even the barbarian’s intention, let alone the act itself, filled me with disgust; if I had described it in detail, reedpen and paper would have been defiled. The very fact, that we cannot endure to disclose or disclose even a small fraction of what was done, will be sufficient evidence of this barbaric outrage and the character of men ready to commit any crime, any deed of daring. It will be proof enough that Time in its flow does produce such men. And this (in the name of justice!) was the work of a high priest. More, it was the doing of a supreme high priest, of him that presided over the whole inhabited world (according to the claims and beliefs of the Latins, i.e., (Semites were now called Latins)—another example of their arrogance). The truth is that when the power was transferred from Rome to our country and the Queen of cities, not to mention the senate and the whole administration, the senior archbishopric was also transferred here. From the beginning the emperors have acknowledged the primacy of the Constantinopolitan bishops, and the council of Chalcedon especially raised that bishop to the place of highest honour and subordinated to him all dioceses through the world. I suspect then that this outrage inflicted on the ambassadors was aimed at him who sent them, not only because they were punished but because the particular form of chastisement was novel, the invention of the pope himself. By his actions he hinted that the state of the king was utterly despicable, as if some demi-god were holding converse with a demi-ass. Such, I think, was the purpose of these shameful acts. The pope, having used the envoys as I have described and having sent them back to the king, provoked a terrible war."

The famous Fourth Ecumenical Council. In the twenty-eighth canon it was laid down that patriarch and pope should have equal privileges. There were various other decisions, of great ecclesiastical and political importance which make 451 (the date of this synod) a turning point in the history of east and west.  

Latinus was the son of Odysseus, from Ithaca (Lefkada). Anax Kopsidas and all his family were born on Lefkada, i.e., Ithaca. 

The Semites have made sovereignty their own with craft, rape, and violence.

The word "pontifex" and it's derivative "pontiff" are terms now used for Catholic bishops and the title of "Pontifex Maximus" is applied within the Catholic Church to the Pope as its chief bishop and appeared on buildings, monuments, and coins of popes of Renaissance and modern times.

The Catholic church is a Semitic Trojan Empire in Rome.

​The fasces and the curved pruning hook found in the illustration below are symbols belonging to my ancestors, the Kopsida (copse-cedar). My ancestors are Itulus, Picus, father Sabinus, Latinus, and Saturn, i.e., Cronus/Chronos/Ptah. Ptah was known as Vulcan and Heasohestus.


  •  “ A messenger brings word to the aged monarch’s ears that might men have come in unknown attire. The king bids them to be summoned into the halls, and takes his seat in the midst on his ancestral thrown. Stately and vast towering with a hundred columns, his house crowned the city, once the palace of Laurentian Picus, awe-inspiring with its grove (copse) and the reverence with generations. Here it was auspicious for kings to receive the sceptre, and first uplift the fasces; this shrine was their senate house, this the scene of their holy feasts; here, after slaughter of rams, the elders were wont to sit down at the long line of tables. There, too, in order are images of their forefathers of long ago, carved on old cedar (sida)--Itulus and father Sabinus, planter of the vine guarding in his image the curved pruning hook, and aged Saturn, and the likeness of two-faced Janus---all standing in the vestibule; and other kings from the beginning, and men who have suffered wounds of war, fighting for their fatherland.  Many arms, moreover, hang on the sacred doors, captive chariots, curved axes, helmet crests and massive bars of city gate; javelins and shields and beaks wrenched from ships. There sat on, holding the Quirinal staff and girded in his robe of state, his left hand bearing the sacred shield ---Picus, tamer of steeds, whom his bride Circe, smitten with loves longing, struck with her golden rod, and with drugs changed into a bird with plumes of dappled hue. Such was the temple of the gods in which Latinus, seated on the throne of his fathers, summoned the Teucrians (Trojans) to his presence in the halls, and as they entered greeted them thus with countenance. “Tell, sons of Dardanus---for your city and race we know, and not unheard of is your journey over the deep---what do you seek? What cause, or what need has borne you to the Ausonian shore over so many dark-blue waters? Whether straying from your course, or driven by storms (for such things sailors often suffer on the high seas), you have entered the river banks and lie in haven, shun not our welcome, and be now unaware that the Latinus are Saturn’s race,  righteous not by bond or laws, but self-controlled of their own free will and by the custom of their ancient god.   

Quirinal Hill was the site of a small village of the Sabines, where the first king of Roma, king Titus Tatius lived.  We Sabines had erected altars in the honour of the god Quirinus (naming the hill by this god).  The Quirinal staff is the staff belonging to god Quirinus.

  • But that those who take the opposite view [that is, who hold the view that slavery is not natural] have in a certain way right on their side, may be easily seen. For the words, slavery and slave are used in two senses. There is a slave or slavery by law as well as by nature. The law of which I speak is a sort of convention-- the law by which whatever is taken in war is supposed to belong to the victors. But this right many jurists impeach, as they would an orator who brought forward an unconstitutional measure: they detest the notion that, because one man has the power of doing violence and is superior in brute strength, another shall be his slave and subject. Aristotle.

Erechtheus was a king of Athens in Greek mythology. He was one of the first kings of the city, and from his name derived the word Erechtheidae, meaning the sons of Erechtheus, which was used to denote an Athenian. His name was also used as an epithet for the god Poseidon, as "Poseidon Erechtheus".
​the City-State OF Aegialeia 
the Semitic Trojans who are occupying Rome​ 

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