Book 7 

 

 

 

 

 

The Migration of the Sea-People and the Indo-Iranean Migration

 

by Karl Juergen Hepke

 

Caused by the cosmic catastrophe of 1250 B.C. , by the demolition of towns and houses, the destruction of fertile farmland, the worsening of climate and by that caused food shortage and certainly not at last by the psychological shock of the catastrophe it came to an emigration of masses of survived men. Concerned were at first the most directly struck countries Iberia, France, South-West Germany, England and Ireland. Later on, caused by the worsening of climate and with that connected crop failures and famines, parts of the northern living people of North-Germany, Denmark and with lower rate of the Baltic-countries followed them. When the paths were paved, the routes were found and the first reports of the successful conquest of countries reached through the Mediterranean the here living people of the former Atlantean Empire, fell prey to the suction of emigration inhabitants of Tyrrhenia, Sardinia and Corsica.

 

Change of climate at 1250 B.C. in Canaan ,visible in change of vegetation ( olive trees)

 

The number of men, who moved in a nearly 100 years lasting gigantic move to the East could be been much more than one million. This supposition is justified by the statement of the Egyptian Pharaoh Ramses III who reckoned in the battle of Djahi (dated for 1180 B.C.) the against him lined up combat units for hundreds of thousands of men and the fact that at least no country and no state could resist to the approaching flood of men.

 

After the complete destruction of the Atlantean capital Tharsis and the with that connected sudden disappearance of the political, economical, mental and cultural centre and the far reaching destruction of the whole country, the surviving people left it and went to East. Their aim was Egypt. The country which they knew by their commercial relations with it, in which happened no earthquakes and sudden flooding and anybody found his meal. Besides this, Egypt was founded like their lost paradise by Gods and was regarded to a certain degree as a sister-nation.

 

 

In a gigantic migration they roamed through Europe on land, carrying their belongings and gained haul on carts drawn by cows. The way of the main contingent began probably at the old resembling and ritual worship places in the South of Brittany, lead upwards the Loire, through the Elsace into South-West Germany. Than downhill the Danube, rounding the Black Sea, along the Caucasus and the Caspian Sea, through Armenia to Asia Minor.

 

Here they overrun the only half-hearted resisting empire of the Hittites  and turned than, united with them , against Egypt. Egypt  itself, which was following its own statements victorious, was forced to take in parts of their army and fall prey ten years later to their seeping in crowds of men and by them caused political unrest.

Some groups of people separated from the main-stream and found their own way. So the Dorers went to Greece. Also in Macedonia rested one part. The same happened in the mountains of North-Iran. Another part moved northern of the Iranean mountains to the East, turned than through the today Afghanistan to the South-East to India.

 But nearly everywhere on the way settled down some groups which were pleased, at least for some time. So it is explained, that all areas which were concerned by the migration were afterwards more or less settled by Atlanteans and carried the stamp of the culture of Atlantis. The roaming people were supported, as far as possible, by the strong fleet of the Atlanteans, which had , thanks of its stationing in the Mediterranean, far reaching escaped from the catastrophe.

 

In the hieroglyph- and cuneiform texts of Egypt and Mesopotamia appear the "Sea-People", how they are here generally named, under strange names. Some of them , Philists, Dardanes are easy to identify. Others, like the Scherdes and Schekelesch have probably later on settled in Sardinia and Silicia. Again others, like the Keschkesch and Irwes came probably from northern countries.

 

1190 B.C. Ramses II defended the north-eastern border against an invasion of the Philists, Teukres, Sikules, Danunes and others. So different the combination of names of nations, so unambiguous is, as expression of a big migration wave - the again and again approach of new waves of the Sea-People. They were not the only ones who helped to destroy the proud position of Egypt in the eastern Mediterranean but there, among others, a factor of big importance.

 

In the year 1180 B.C. a new wave of Sea-People rolled on through land and sea and clashed with the Egyptians in the 8th year of rule of Ranses III. This time they were Philists, Teukres, Siciles, Dananes and Weschesch. they overran Anatolia, Kilikia, Cyprus and North Syria, liquidated the empire of the Hittites  and put up their camp somewhere in the plain of North-Syria to collect forces for the invasion of Egypt.

 

The seafarers had boats with steep to the top turned bow and sharp spur for ramming. The roaming on land men had ox-carts loaded with their belongings and were accompanied by their wives and children. Ramses met the offensive on land at Djahi and the offensive on sea in the river mouths of the delta.

He was successful in some respect, because the Sea-People reached not the immediate penetration into Egypt in possession of power. Probably he persuaded the roaming people after the battle, to turn back. That Egypt in its heartland rested undamaged is certainly due to the diplomatic negotiations of the Pharaoh with the people , who were not unfriendly minded to Egypt, and the in negotiations proved willingness to compromise. At last he offered to the intruders the Egyptian part of Syria and the whole of Palestine included the towns of Tyrus and Sidon. He received into Egypt a part of them, probably these, who wanted absolutely to get into Egypt, and let them settle in the delta as peace-keeping force with government support.

 

So you can read in the Egyptian report about the battle among other: " A big number of captives was brought to Egypt"..."I settled them at fortified places, enslaved in my name"..."Their combat units were counted as hundreds of thousands"...."I assigned to them shares of clothes and supplies of the treasure and granary."

You can assume, that Ramses only accepted that part of men, longing for entrance, and put it into his troops, which was well equipped and trained. It could have been a part of the Atlantean main troop. These troop had the asset, that it was grown up and educated in a culture which was similar to the Egyptian. For that, there were to expect no problems of integration .

 

Some groups of the Sea-People were bounded for the siege of Achaeen towns and the following battles for power in the Mycenean and Achaeen area. Others returned with help of the fleet to their old areas of settling in the West. Again others settled in the North of Iran, where they found a country which was similar to their native land in Iberia. When they had established themselves, they gave additional force to the empires of Urartu and Man in their Atlantean ethnic part, founded later on the empire of the Medes and Parsas  and provided at least the great kings of the Persians, who changed completely the world of the East to Atlantean points of view, which will be shown in a separate chapter.

 

 

Also the Assyrians  profited at first from the wave of immigrants. Thanks of big parts of Atlantean troops they modernized their forces and made them for some time the most powerful and most successful of the region. But than they had big problems with the more and more increasing wave of immigrants. Again and again their kings had to fight with the immigrating "Aramaeens", spent much energy for that and felt at last victim to the also by immigrants grown neighbours Babylon and Persia.

 

The Philists and Teukres, which were some part of the Sea-People settled in the lowlands at the coast of Palestine and brought a new culture to the struck country. They lived in small city-states, each of them ruled by an Atlantean "Sarens" or tyrant. They had theatres and buildings resembling the Greek megaron. They were superior to the Israelis people in at least two things, they possessed combat vehicles and iron. They tried to impose an iron monopoly and looked, that the Israelis could not learn to forge the new metal.

 

Their pecuniary and cultural lead was considerable in the time of judges and at least in the days of Saul and David began the balance to be better for the Israelis, because the culture of the immigrants without mental midpoint decayed , while that of the Israelis, as a new nation with anger of learning, increased continually.

The Atlantean Aramaeens founded in the today Syria in the area of Damascus, which was later on the capital of the biggest Aramaeen kingdom, a couple of smaller kingdoms reaching to the South as far as Galilae until the time of the Romans.

 

But since the beginning a big part of the migrating people went further to the East to the as well interesting Mesopotamia. Here they overthrew the rule of the Kassites, a nation coming from the Iranean mountains with Atlantean chiefs, which ruled since 1760 B.C. in Babylon. Also Assyria  became immigration country of a large part of people. The effect of these settlements in the Babylonian and Persian area will be mentioned in separate chapters.

 


Another part went further East, crossed the South of Persia under partly big loss in the deserts and dry valleys of eastern Iran and reached at least the valley of the Indus. The here still settling rests of the Indus-culture with their towns Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro, nearly 3000 years old, were overrun. The inhabitants were killed or driven away and the land settled by the conquerors.

 

The bigger part went further and joined the crowd of roaming people which had chosen the longer but better way through the Russian plains and Afghanistan. At least in the valley of the Ganges, which has a character equally to their lost paradise in the South of Iberia the migration ended. Here a big part of the former Atlanteans settled again. In the history of India , they are called Arians. Here they settled again and formed a high culture, which is characterized by much items of Atlantean tradition.

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The Situation after the Emigration of the Atlantean People in Europe


The consequence of the emigration of the biggest culture supporting part of people out of the centre regions of the Atlantean settling area was a nearly complete decay of culture in these areas. Into the nearly depopulated areas of Austria, West-Germany, France, Iberia and the British Islands immigrated, coming from the East, since 600 B.C. groups of people which are usually today called "Celts".

 

In the beginning they were probably fringe groups of the Iranean indigenous population, which were driven out of their country by the Atlanteans. Probably there were in it also rests of the Indus-culture. They spread over the only thin settled regions, abandoned by the Atlanteans, took possession of the megalithic monuments and integrated them into their religion, which was originally a religion of nature. With them returned parts of the Atlantean people, which had settled at the long way at suitable appearing places or did not like or had not been able to go further.

 

After the about 600 B.C. quickly beginning bettering of climate, which caused periods of drought in many regions of the East a big part of the Atlantean people remembered their old, humid native country at the sea, where these problems were unknown and returned to it.

It is very possible, that the caste of druids, which gained a special roll at the Celts, were in their origin groups of in the country resting or soon returning Atlantean priests. Of priests, who did not like to abandon their sanctuary or returned to it and saved some knowledge of the Atlanteans to the time of Celts.

 

For reason of their knowledge , they were entrusted with the education of the young people of the upper class. The fact, that it was forbidden to note the knowledge of the druids, as usual in the Atlantean Empire and that this knowledge was only oral reported in druid schools to especially selected pupils, points out to the meaning, that the druids did not dare to give the knowledge to the folk, probably because they thought, that it was not sufficiently mature for it.

 

This and, with the run of time , increasing lack of pupils of Atlantean roots lead to the decline of druid knowledge, so that no equal cultural and religious base was given against the new ideas, imported by the Romans. The holy meaning, which was given to the mistletoe on the oaks, could be a sign , that the caste of the druids felt in the nation of the Celts like the mistletoe on the oaks.

 

The northern fringe groups of the Atlanteans, in first line these of the Baltic region gave only a small share to the emigration. Their base of feeding was wide reaching fishing and hunting so that they were not affected as their farming southern neighbours by the worsening of climate. The catastrophe itself had not reached them directly. They formed later the core of the again over Europe spreading groups of people of Atlantean origin. They were strengthened in that by from the East returning groups of "Skyths".

 

Because they were only fringe groups, they were insufficiently at home in the Atlantean culture. Therefore they were not able to oppose to the by the Romans imported culture and the religion of Christianity. Interesting is in this context, that some parts of the not by Romans occupied Germany, was won for Christianity by Irish monks.

These "Christians" of Irish origin were mostly to Christianity converted druids or at least men, who were very near to Atlantean religion and discerned, that the theory of peace of Christ and his qualities as man of salvation and son of God was not far away from their "culture-bringers". They saw in Christ partly someone like a “Super Druid” who was showing new ways. (8c)

 

Basing on this own insight and the knowledge of the Atlantean religion, it was easy to convince several “Germans”  of the compatibility of both religions, which lead in praxis to the assumption of many "heathen customs", that means Atlantean traditions, into Christianity. A big part of the Northern Germans, so the Saxons and Friesen were however only forced by power of “Karl the Great” to acceptance of Christianity. For Karl left only the choice “ death or conversion”

 

 

The Settling of Atlantean People in Iran (21,35)

 

The king of Assyria Salmanassar III mentions in the report about the in 845 B.C. taken campaign Parsua, the country of the Persian, which was western of the lake of Urmia  at the upper Zab. Eight years later he entered further into the mountains and came into the country of the “Madai” the Meder, where he took gifts

 from27“kings”.

 

This are the first reports about the immigration and the settling of the Atlantean tribes in the North of Persia. In classical historigraphy they are called Indoeuropeans or Indoiraneans.

 From the inscriptions of the Assyrian kings of the beginning of the first millennium B.C. one can see the following political situation:

In the western Armenian mountains there had risen around the lake of Van at the end of the second millennium a big force: The empire of the Urartaeens. The landscape gave here with the richness of metal of the mountains, the sumptuous meadows in the plains around the lake of Van and the fertile soil in the narrow, deeply carved valleys with dense wood at the mountains very good conditions for the building of an empire. Its power was grounded mainly on mostly good fortified towns on mountains, in the protection of which lived shepherds and farmer. Fortifications and its spreading in the country show good military knowledge.

 

One can suppose with probability that the founders of this new empire, at least in its upper class, came in their origin from one or more tribes of Atlantean sources . The high level of their architecture, the knowledge of metal working, their military knowledge and that of organisation of an empire are showing unambiguously that this was not a barbarian folk, as lived in the northern steppe. The inscriptions of this people at buildings, steles and rock faces , but besides this also  on devices of metal and on tiles were made in the beginning in Assyrian language, later on also in hieroglyphs and in local language, which is related to the Churritean and is not yet deciphered. Also the extended trade connections to the in the West living Greeks, Italics and Etruscans are pointing out to their origin in the West.

 

 Eastern of Urartu there had grown a further state with its centre at the southern plain of the lake of Urmia. The empire of Man. It has probably not reached the importance of Urartu, was a longer time also dependent on it, but its economical importance was not less. For also in Man there had developed a blossoming agriculture with cattle breeding and also metal working had a high level. With that, this can be also a founding of people of Atlantean origin. The Urartaeens met at their attempt to extend in the 10th century B.C. more South with the Assyrian power. There were quarrels, in which had the Urartaeens some success and threatened even the capital Assur, but were at least always thrown back.

 

In the East of the rule area of Urartu as in its southern edge, the border area to Assur, there had grown several little “kingdoms”. They were situated partly in nearly not accessible valleys of the mountainous country and consisted often only in a to a castle grown rock and an accompanying settlement of a bigger clan or tribe. The population was initially  a mix of  Asian native inhabitants, tribes immigrated from the Caucasus and restless elements from the Mesopotamian plain. To this are coming now the newcomers of Atlantean origin, which had probably before settled in the plains of the valleys around the big lakes Goekschali and Urmia, as in the mountain valleys of Armenia and Asserbeidschan.

 

Since the time of Schamsi Adad V of Assur (825-812 B.C.) seems ,that the Atlanean element has taken the leading roll under this little “kings”. Urartu and Assur were busy to play off the tribe- and clan chiefs one against the other. By granting in fief towns, which were mostly situated in the rule area of the adversary, that means, in the Urartaeen or Assurean rule area, tried both big powers, to win the “buffer” countries for themselves. In the meantime increased the Atlantean element by steady immigration. Men followed the natural direction of the valleys and came so always further to East and Southeast.

 

In the area of today Lurestan came such tribes of Atlantean origin into contact with Elam, putting to North its feelers. This had won in this time of weakness of Babylon a certain independence. Many of the Atlantean chiefs entered with his man to be available for the Elameans against the handing over of places for living, pastures and part of prey, as they had done on their long way at many places. In the tradition of these tribes has been still conserved their origin in “Aryanam” a name with which the classical historigraphy cannot correspond and calls it “ the land of Arians”. This origin land of the Arians could have been in the region of the European Pyrenees. Here are Names of persons and places with “Ar”until now frequently to find.

 

At all this names is to respect, that they are handed down only by word of mouth in several languages one after the other. If existed the written form , it was often a writing of beginning ,which soon died out again. Also the meaning of some letters changed in the course of time. The name “Aryanam” is found for example firstly in the oldest part of the “Avesta”, the down writing of which in India was only in the sixt century A.C., that means 1400 years after the happening.

 

In the region of today Hamadan happened around 715 B.C. the founding of a new empire. That of the Medean. Its population could be consisting in indigene Asian people and the immigrated tribes of Atlantean origin, which possibly had mixed up with people from the wandered round areas in the steppes of South Russia and the Trans Caucasus. The thought of the foundation of an empire with the capital Egbatana, the Hamadan of today, may be of Atlantean origin. For the people of the steppes, as for the indigene Iraneans, this was still a strange thought. In the beginning were surely not all Medean tribes united in this empire, the centre of which were the areas south of the Lake of Urmia, near Hamadan, and more south. Tiglatpileser III (745-727 B.C.)speaks about the” mighty Medeans” which settled as far as the Demavend in the chain of Elburs and the desert of alkali the Dasht-i-Kabir.

 

 

Around the year 707 B.C. breaks a new flood of immigrants, coming from the Caucasus, over the country. They are the obviously uncultured Kimmerreans, who pounce first on the rich empire of Urartu. King Rusas was able to throw back the first raid and push away the main mass of the flood to Asia Minor. Sargon of Assur took immediately advantage of the situation of need and brought , after his own words “pain of war and lamentation” over the whole of Urartu. In the further fights Urartu was so weakened, that it leaves history as a power.

 

Around 675 B.C. there is a new ruler in the empire of the Medeans with the name Phraortes, who is called in Assur “Kaschtariti”. When the Assurean ruler Senakherib stays in Elam, Judaea and Egypt he took appropriate of the fertile region of the former empire of Man and tried to extend his rule over the outside of the door of Asia into the plains of Luristan. With the Skythians of the North he agrees temporary. When Assurbarnipal even turns against him, the Skyths fell into his back and he is crushing defeated. He himseld finds the death in the battle. His successor Kyaxares invites following Herodotus the chiefs of the Skyths to a feast, makes them drunken and lets beat to death all the traitors. Their hordes of riders he integrated in his army and lets them the plains of Luristan in which he had them under control.

 

This plains of Luristan proved itself in later times as a treasure trove of special quality. From it comes a big number of arms of splendour, made of Bronze and iron as  other articles which show unambiguously, that its owner were warriors and namely fighter at chariot and rider. Found were these parts obviously in fields of burial, which are situated around resting areas near to water places. They consists of low little hills above chests of stone. Half nomadic Lureans have plundered systematic around 1928 these burial fields and offered for sale its content at the market of Hamadan. Archaeologists found only the empty graves. For science is the dating of these pieces a nearly insoluble riddle , for they were ascribed nearly all people from the third until the end of the first millennium B.C.. Only an Assyrian roll seal, which was found in a little shrine at a source, gave at last a not very satisfying clue.

 

 

 

 

.The parts are long iron swords with handles, decorated with figures, shorter swords from bronze, daggers from both metals, splendid battleaxes, points of lances and arrows, needles for clothing with big heads of animals or with big discs with relief, ornament sheets for clothing, belt fittings and metal containers of all sort. Especially remarkable are the richly decorated big cheek parts of horse snaffles, fittings of war chariots, as a big number of heads of standards. For the latter are an uncommon sort of burial object and over that the mass of heads of standards and splendour and decoration arms surpasses widely the objects of practical use ,one can suppose that there existed also other places of finds , possibly a buried or safe kept treasure. Possibly it came from the capital of the empire of Urartu.

 

 

The decoration bases nearly completely on motives known also from Assyrian or Urartean objects of art. Over that it remembers at the considerably more modest burial objects of the first Atlantean immigrants. One can suppose from that with high probability, that this are arms and objects which are imported by the Atlantean immigrants, partly even from their homeland in Europe, as especially valuable. They are at least partly objects of a culture from which is until now little known, what makes the comparing interpretation so difficult.

 

Other similar finds are known from the land behind the western shore of the Kaspian Sea the Talyche. In it were found burials and in them arms and jewellery in a manner, unknown in the near Orient. In the graves were found old roll seals from the Orient and can with that been dated to the end of the second millennium B.C.. This is the time of the sinking of Atlantis and the beginning of the Atlantean migration. The graves in the Talyche are consisting of rectangular stone chests made with slabs, which are porting a gable formed cover also made of slabs. Above them were made little hills made from earth or little stones. All this was surrounded by a circle of little stones. A form of burial which is known from all Atlantean orientated people. The dating of these graves, which was done still after the found burial objects, reaches from 3000 until 800 B.C,. If one regards , that also older valuable pieces, which they took with them, were given to the dead into the grave and after which was dated the burial, is this exactly the time of their immigration into Persia.

 

The objects are also here arms and jewellery, partly from bronze, partly from iron. There are sheets and pendants for clothing or the bridle of horses. Also fine engraved belt fittings and kettle from bronze were found. Often were used motives of animals as decoration. For the Armenian mountain area exists especially the place of finds Tepe Sialk which shows especial clear the Atlantean character of the immigrants. It shows in its rests of buildings and the burial objects clearly the in Atlantis used structuring of the society. On the ruins of an old village hill raised a mighty square foundation from air dried bricks and on it was standing the strong house of a feudal chief of a tribe. At the foot of the hill laid the far more humble houses of his followers and the huts of

 

slaves and servants, consisting probably in indigene people. All the settling was surrounded by a wall.

 

Also the very extensive burial objects of Tepe Sialk are showing clearly the division in three classes. The richest burials of the feudal chiefs. of their family and nearest friends show pretty worked out arms from bronze and iron, neck jewellery , fittings of helmet, shield and belt and fine worked out containers from bronze. The decoration resembles that of Talyche, but is mostly still prettier worked. The burials of second class are also made as stone chests with gable formed stone cover, but have less burial objects. There are containers from clay or a needle for clothing from metal. Completely simple are the burials of third class. The dead were here sometimes laid into a stone chest or a pit made from air dried bricks without cover. There are no burial objects. Following the reports of the excavation, there are two ethnical groups to discern. The long skulls belong to the indigene group and are the lowest social class. The short skulls are feature of the newcomers and chiefs.

 

After the death of Assurbarnipal in 626 B.C. the Assyrian power came to its end and lost one province after the other. So the king of the Medeans Kyaxares around 615 B.C. felt enough power to attack the Assyrians. After the first failure of the raid against Ninive he turns against the not so well fortified Assur . It is occupied in general assault, to deal not the rich prey with the in the meantime also approaching king of Babylon, Nabupolasar. For both rulers had to fear a come back of the Assyrian power, when the well fortified Ninive was still existent , they formed an alliance, which was sealed by the marriage of the Babylonian prince Nabukhudrossor with the grandchild of Kyaxares, the daughter of his son Astyages. The so united armies turned again against Ninive. The town fell and with it the Assyrian empire, which divided the two rulers under themselves.

Nabupolassar took the old culture land of the fertile half moon and Kyaxares got the mountain lands. To it belonged obviously  also the South East with the old Elam, the Fars of today, for he had the power, to form this area new by giving the whole area to only one , instead of before two Persian princes from the family of the Achemenides for administration. The seat of this prince was Susa.

After regulation of the matters in the South and South East Kyaxares turned to the North West of his empire, to put also here the borders as far as possible. Only at the borders of the Halys he met a strong army of the Lydeans. The darkening of the sun of the year 585 B.C. caused such a fright in both armies, that it came to peace by mediation of the Babylonian king, in which was fixed the Halys as border between the rules of Medeans and Lydeans.

 

Kyaxares died in 584 B.C. and left to his son a big rich country. This began than soon to enjoy the wealth in Atlantean stile. He introduced again the old Atlantean ceremonial and gave in his king seat one shining feast after the other. Also the caste of the priests, which had lost in the rough times of migration its importance and was nothing other than a group of feudal chiefs was anger to regain their preferred position as priest and adviser of the king. This pleased at the other side not to the feudal chiefs from the warrior group, for it lowered their respect and influence. Otherwise had the from indigene old nobility coming chiefs little understanding for from Atlantean sources coming knowledge of the priests, who were now also called magicians. In spite of all prosperity there was so considerable suspense at the kings court.

 

When the Persian vassal prince in Elam and Parsa, Kyros, around 550 B.C. raised against Astyages, many Medean feudal chiefs left the Medean army with their crowd and moved on to Kyros. Also the magicians had the meaning that they could reach their aims better with Kyros and gained from him this concerning promises about their position at the court. Probably the rebellion in Elam was so a good prepared action. It led to the battle of Pasargadai in which a part of the Medean army moved instantly to Kyros. The rest mutinied , took their king in prison and delivered him to Kyros. This was kind to the old king, who was the father of his mother and with that his grandfather, and kept him in honourable prison. Probably came to the political complot here a family one , which brought to the top of the state the right man at the right time. And this was without doubt Kyros, for in a incredible rise he created in only twelve years an empire. which reached from Asia Minor to India.

Remained have from this beginning time of the Atlantean immigration  into Iran the mighty walls made of gigantic blocks of the Urartean culture, their mighty rock constructions. their magnificent canal and congestion buildings, their terraces for fruit and wine and the magnificent products of their metal working and this is also guilty for the empire of Man. About the king town of the Medean , Egbatana, exist different reports. To verify their content is today not possible, because the town Hamadan covers it completely.

One of it comes from Herodotus and must be regarded carefully, for he liked, to embellish his stories like a teller of fairytales and his sources were often not reliable. After him were the walls of the fortifications blue , white, purple,black and orange painted and the inner walls were covered with sheets of silver and gold. After another report from a later time, coming from Polybios ,was the outer town not fortified at that time, but in the middle was the palace with a strongly fortified citadel. The palace had a roof of tiles made of silver, from which were made after the occupation by Alexander the Great millions of Drachmen.

The only today accessible monumental monuments of Medean sort are a row of rock graves, which resemble in much the Urartean rock work. They show hewn into the rock the façade of a house made of wood and bricks of clay with flat roof. Through a with pillars supported entrance hall one enters in the right angled main room which has partly also supporting pillars. Here are ,hewn into the floor or side walls, right angled hollows as reception of the dead. The stone work shows, that these hollows were in former times closed with stone slabs. The façade of the grave shows symbols as they exist in the near Asian area.

 

 

The grave of Sakhna shows a sun disk with wings. At the grave at Kizkapan there is the portrayal of a god with four wings and two round disks. In the first is worked in a little human figure above the crescent of the moon and in the second a star with sixteen rays. Over that there are potrayals of men wearing high boots and trousers under a half long frock hold by a belt. The cover of the head is a baschlik. This is without doubt the common Medean clothing. A man in a long cloth ,who stands opposite to a man in Medean costume, is probably a priest or magician. Between both is a desk resembling altar with a half round top part. Probably a stone ? Star, stone and sun disk are pointing to Canaan and the Atlantean culture room. Also the figure with the crescent of the moon.

 

                                          The Achaemenideans (21,35)

 

In the course of the Atlantean migration through the Iran went also ten or twelve tribes through the valleys of the Zagros mountains to South East. They had primarly settled at the shores of the lake of Urmia but felt not further safe in the restless area.

Near the “ Gate of Asia” they came in contact with the Elamiteans and got the permission to settle in the region of Elamitean rule against the commitment to provide warriors. Because of the cooler climate the new settlers chose the side valleys of the Bakhtiari Mountains ,especially the region of Malamir.

 

 

 

Another part, under them the tribe of Pasargadeans  went more East and settled in the open plain at the Pulvar. Both groups refered to a chief with the name Achaemenes of the tribe of Pasargadeans. His son and successor Teispes was so clever in the lasting quarrels between Proassyrians and Antiassyrians in Elam , that he gained later on the title” king of the land and the town Anschan” from the Assyrians.

 

 After his death followed him in Parsa the older son Ariaramnes and in Anschan and Parsumasch the younger son Kyros I. This Kyros was again so clever in the dealings with the current ruler that he gained under the rule of the Medeans of Kyaxares also the administration of the region of his brother.

 

 The seat of administration was Susa. After the death of Kyros I the rule went to his son Kambyses and his successor was Kyros II, called “the Great” the way to power of him was described before.         

 

 

The Atlanteans in India (7b)

 

When the Atlanteans, which were later on called "Aryans", reached India, was there already a high culture. Mohenjo Daro and the with it joined so called "Indus Culture" was already long ago, but the high level of this culture, which remains a mystery for science until now, was partly still alive in the now here living people, the "nagas". The invading Atlanteans killed or drove out this people, from whom some rests are found until now in remote hills. More southern lived dark skinned people with flattened nose, the "Dravideans". They made commerce as far as Sumer and Babylon and lived in towns, which knew splendour and finer lifestyle. The Atlanteans subjugated these peaceful , not warring people and incorporated them into their new state.

After the conquest of the country the newcomers returned to their original life. The farmers cultivated the conquered land and began with cattle breeding. The classes of priests and warriors reorganized and the military leaders became the first kings. A council of warriors assisted them. Each tribe was lead by a "Raja", who was advised by the council of the tribe.

The tribe consisted of relative independent communities of villages, which were managed by a council of the heads of the families. Marriages with the indigenes, who belonged to an other class, were forbidden, to keep the own race, which was only a minority, clean. The word "caste" which arose later for the classes, in which were divided the people, comes from the Portuguese word "casta" = pure. The Indeans used for that the word" varna", which means "colour". They distinguished the immigrants by the colour of their skin.

 

The reorganization of the state after so many years of ramble, in which were the people only a mass of warriors, lead to the recovery of the old order of classes and of family and tribe organization. The highest class was, according to the past of war, that of warriors or fighters "Kschatryas". For them it was a sin , to die in bed.

 The priests had the second role with large distance. Religious ceremonies were made by the king or head of the tribe and priests were only assisting. A marriage of the daughter of a warrior with a member of the caste of priests was taken as personal misfortune for the father from the warrior caste.


This changed, when lasting peace reduces the importance of the warriors and the "Brahmin" , how they were called now, conquered again step by step their important first position behind the king, just like the Atlantean priests in the Persian Empire, the "magicians". They were, like the "druids" later on at the Celts, teacher of the youth and keeper of oral tradition of history and laws and had with that all keys in their hands, to build up their position in times of peace.

At least they called the warriors inferior and appreciated them less, which had its revenge later, when India was threatened by new conquerors .

 

 

 

The third class were the " Vaischya" , businessmen , self-employed tradesmen and free farmers. Than came the "Schudras " , physically working people, consisting mainly of indigene people, and finally the "Parias" , "the expelled ones" , for punishment to slavery condemned own people, prisoners of war and people of indigene tribes with low cultural level.

 

The base of the state is as in Atlantean times the farmer. Some historical researchers are diverting the name "Arya" from the Sanskrit root "riar"="to plough" and with that is "Arya" nothing but " farmer", and this agrees completely with Atlantean tradition.

 

The fields were shared out by the community of the village between the families of farmers and commonly irrigated. The soil could not be sold to outsiders and passed only to the heir of the family in direct male succession. The farmer was owner of the soil. There existed no extensive landed property.

 

But there were not only farmers , but appropriate to the high cultural level, which had reached the Atlanteans in that time, all kind of traders, able to make all kind of work in high quality. In the towns were created mighty guilds of metal-, wood-, stone- and ivory traders. Besides that there were basket-maker, interior designer, house painter, dyer, potter, fisherman, skipper of river and sea, hunter, butcher, confectioner, barber, launder of hair, dealer of flowers, cook a.s.o.. The guilds took care of order and were arbitrator in quarrels. Prices were negotiated in oriental manner and the gullible buyer unhesitatingly” took for a ride”.

 

For commerce and traffic were used beside shipping two-wheeled horse-drawn cars. Nevertheless was the exchange of merchandise difficult, for each tribe-district and each principality gathered duty for passing. Better was shipping at sea which delivered round 860 B.C. aromatic substances, spices, silk and cotton, pearls, rubins, ebony, precious stones, silver- and gold brocade to Mesopotamia, Arabia and Egypt.

 

About culture, religion and forms of life in this early time we know from the "Vedas". This are initially- according to Atlantean tradition, which forbids all written recording, by word of mouth passed extensive works in verses, for which the Brahmin created an own language, the "Sanskrit".

 

 These "Vedas" were later on partly written in "Sanskrit script" , basing on" Phoenician" letters. The Sanskrit was at that time not spoken from any tribe of the Atlanteans, but was understood by all without big problems and is with that comparable to the "German" of the bible from Luther, which also had to be found as common language.

 

The similarity of Sanskrit to other European languages of today is still astonishing. Here some example:

German:........eins......zwei......drei......vier............fuenf...../........bin......bist.........ist
Sanskrit:.......eka.......dva........tri..........tschatna...pantscha../....ami......asi.......asti
English:.......one.......two.......three.....four...........five....../..........am.......are.......is
French:........un........deux......troi......quatre.......cinque..../.......suis......es.......est
Spanish:.....uno.......dos.......tres......cuatro........cinco...../........soi.......eres.....es
Latin:..........unus......duo.......tres......quattuor...quinqua.../......sum.......es........est
Greek:.........heis.......dyo.......treis.....tettares......pente..../.......eimi.......ei........esti

 

The word "Sanskrit" means " prepared, pure, holy, perfect " it is unambiguously a language for the tradition of higher cultural values and religious matters. A script, cognate to the Phoenician and coming with that also from Atlantean sources was used since the 9th century B.C. predominantly for commerce and administration. It was later on called "Script of Brahma" and is the base of all Indian alphabets.

 

According to the old Atlantean tradition was the passing of knowledge by spoken word still the method of tradition of knowledge of literature, religion and natural sciences. So it came to the today astonishing fact, that also mathematic methods were learned in form of verses for better memory. The oldest known inscriptions are that of king Aschoka, which he installed everywhere in the country, hewn into stone.

 

What now about these "Vedas". The word "Veda" means "knowledge" and a Veda is with that a "book" of knowledge. The Indians are calling so the whole holy tradition of their early time. The Vedas are with that comparable to the bible of the Christians , which was at first also handed down by spoken word. Caused by this stipulated tradition by spoken word a big part of these Vedas got lost. Until now there are known essentially only these four.

 

1. The Rigveda :The knowledge of the hymns of life
2. The Samaveda : The knowledge of the songs
3. The Yahurveda : The knowledge of the formulas of sacrifice
4. The Atharvaveda : The knowledge of the magical formulas

 

The Vedas were originally old intellectual wealth of the immigrants , but were probably dyed by Indian thinking in the time of oral tradition for many centuries. Their age is guessed by Indian nationalists to 6000 years, this would be the time of Mohenjo Daro and reaches the Atlantean time long before the migration to India. So good as certain is, that a large part of the Vedas, as the Avesta in Persia, was imported by the immigrants.

 

In the time of beginning, which is also called Vedic time and reached until 500 B.C. the life had still much original Atlantean which disappeared gradually with increasing prosperity and wealth. Marriages were made by kidnapping, purchase or arrangement. Polygamy was allowed and practised mainly by the prosperous one.

 

Than it was sufficient ,when the first wife came from the right caste. The man reigned his household as patriarch, but the wife had still much liberty, what got lost with the time more and more. A woman had decisively influence at the choice of her husband. She appeared free on festivals and offered with her husband sacrifices to God. She could study and participate at philosophical discussions. If she got widow, she could marry again as she liked it.

 

 

Later on, under the influence of indigene way of life and the climate, changed much. Because the young, caused by the climate, got sexually mature with twelve years, existed the danger of marriages without respect to the barrier of caste, for nature is not bound to human restrictions and offers the difference as more attractive. Mainly the girls had the bad reputation to seduce the boys very early.

Because of that ,it was preferred to decide marriages already in the age of child by the parents. Until puberty the child staid at its parents, who supported the young household until it had got capable legs. The wife was more and more declared incompetent and disappeared from public.

 She was seen in first line as mother of the children and under sexual aspects, although also the man had to perform good in the art of love, otherwise he was despised from his wife. The woman was now seen as sweet, but inferior creature, which had to be under tutelage for her whole life.

 

 In the Bhagavad Gita , the "bible" of the Hindu, is said:" Women are generally not very intelligent, and because of that, not trustworthy. Because of that, they should occupy themselves in the bounds of family tradition and their religious tasks, and than will produce their chastity and devotion a good population." At first they were under tutelage of their father, than under that of their husband and at last under that of their son.

 

The last liberty for the woman, primary of the classes more below, was the participation at the festivals of spring and harvest from Atlantean times, as the feast of " Holi", which had a very boisterous character. In that feast of fertility were carried phallic symbols and imitated sexual intercourse. Men left all convention, women all shyness and also for the girls all became possible. Here was still in life something of the old rites of fertility and vegetation from Atlantean times and allowed women to break away from their strongly guarded lack of freedom, at least in the field of sexuality.

 

Under the ideas of Buddha was the cattle, that had provided the population until than with meat, declared as holy and untouchable , which lead to its undreamed reproduction, so that it became sooner a damage as a benefit for the country. Later on it became the holiest animal for the Hindus. Its dung serves for heating or holy salve and its urine as remedy for outer and inner lack of purity. So found the former cult of bulls of the Atlanteans its Indian variation.

 

The high knowledge of sciences, that came to high development primary in Babylon, left its marks also in this time of beginning in India. The priests were astronomer, astrologer, mathematician or philologist. Their greatest representative, Aryabhata, treated equations of second degree in verses, calculations of sine and of the number of "pi", which he reckoned to 3,1416.

 He declared the eclipse and darkness of the moon, solstice and equity of day and night, spoke from the form of earth as a ball and its daily rotation. His successors took over the Babylonian zodiac and created a calendar of twelve months, each of 30 days with 30 hours and inserted a leap month every five years.

 

 They knew in 256 B.C. our "Arabian" called numbers and used the decimal system. Beside the already named Aryabhata , were leading representatives of mathematics Brahmagupta and Bhaskara ( 1114 A.C.). The latter is seen as inventor of the radical sign and other algebraic signs.

 

Just as excellent was the performance of the Indians of early times in the area of chemistry and metallurgy. There is an until now shown a pillar of cast iron in Delhi from 380 A.C. without any rust. Gold, silver, copper, lead, zinc and iron were extracted and worked out in high quality. There existed a theory of the structure of elements and its consisting of "atoms".

 

Cotton was obtained and processed already in the time of Mohenjo Daro. The name "cotton", "musselin" , kaliko" mark products of originally Indian source. Commerce with Babylon with Indian products of high quality flourished from 700 until 480 B.C., in a time, when the following generations of the immigrated Atlanteans lived in both regions.

 

 In the time of Romans India was known as most competent nation in the art of dying, tanning, making soap, blowing glass and in the production of cement. But still earlier, in the six'th century B.C. in Atlantean Vedic time, India had a chemical industry and performed the art of calcinating, distilling, sublimating, the production of light without heat, of drugs for anesthetization and sleeping, of metal -salts, -compounds and -alloys. Indians were master in processing and hardening of steel and the production of the famous "Damascene" blades learned the Arabians from India.

 

Anatomy , physiology and some areas of chemistry were branches of medicine. Indians knew the whole structure of the human body, but assumed , that the heart was the place of consciousness and the nerves lead to it. The head was the place of the soul.

 

 Atreya detected round 500 B.C. that the sperm of the man contained the whole parental organism. The proof of ability for fathering was precondition for marriage and it was warned for marriage with men, who had a disease, today known as hereditary, or physical afflictions.

 The days of fertility of the woman were known as twelve days before menstruation and this was advised as a method of birth control. One had the opinion, that the sex of the child was influenced by style of life, food and drugs.

Surgery knew 121 instruments and made all sort of operations, even transplantations of skin to damaged visible parts of the body, and was so the beginning of beauty surgery. For 927 A.C. is known the trepanation of the skull of an Indian king under utilization of a drug called "Samohini" , that made the king unsusceptible for the pain.

 Hospitals existed in Ceylon already in 427 B.C. and in northern India since 226 B.C.

The relations to Babylon and Persia, the other areas of Atlantean settlement, were between 800 B.C. and 1000 A.C. so intensive, that it is often a heavy task , to find out the origin of some progress of medicine.

 

 But this is not very important, for the progress was made in all these countries by the here settled Atlantean class of intelligence of priests, Brahmin, magicians or druids, however you will call them..

So delivers this settlement in the orient, and the here made written recording , a trustable key to the knowledge of the old Atlanteans and proves unquestionable, that their knowledge and intelligence surpassed all otherwise known on earth at that time .

 

By Greek, Romans and Arabians got this knowledge, only broken into pieces, in a lot of centuries back to Europe, which was once left in mental poverty by the emigration of the leading Atlanteans.

Until now it is often called, in remaining unconsciousness of the right source, Greek, Roman or Arabian knowledge.

 

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