KOPSIDAS




THE KINGDOM OF AEGIALIA


THE KINGDOM OF AEGIALIA Genealogy (THE ORTHODOX CHURCH)

On my paternal grandmother's side, Kyriakoula Aravani was a descendant of Constantine XI Palaiologos, the last Orthodox Roman emperor, reigning from 1449 until his death in battle at the Fall of Constantinople in 1453. Kyriakoula Aravani was a Kopsidas on her mother's side (my great grandmother Alexandra Kopsidas. The father of Alexandra Kopsidas was Ioannis Kopsidas. Ioannes Kopsidas was the son of Christos Kopsidas. Helena Palaiologina was the daughter of Thomas Palaiologos. Thomas Palaiologos was the brother of Emperor Constantine XI Palaiologos. On the 20th of June 1459, Helena Palaiologina fled Serbia, came to Jerusalem Ithaca (Lefkada), and died in 1473. Helena Palaiologina was a princess of the Orthodox Roman Empire; she lived in Lefkada (Ithaca/Aegialia) at the church known as Panagia Hodegetria Apolpena. The Paliologos Royal family in Lefkada changed their name to Kopsidas, and they lived in Karya Lefkada where my father Nicholaos Kopsidas was born. My paternal side was also called Kopsidas. The name Kopsidas is of Aegialian Pelasgian origin and is pre-Greek. The island of Lefkada is the ancient holy island of Ithaca and the site of the city of Jerusalem. Ithaca, now Lefkada, was first known as Aegialia. Therefore, I am the legitimate Absolute Sovereign of Aegialia Pelasgia, and that includes Rome. The Roman Orthodox Church originated from Jerusalem, Ithaca/Aegialia (Lefkas).