EL ARE EVERYWHERE EARTH AND SPACE

Thursday, December 27, 2012

SIRIUS IS OUR HOME- GREEK MEMORIES

   SEIRIOS (or Sirius) was the god or goddess of the Dog-Star of the constellation Canis Major. The pre-dawn rising of the star in conjunction with the sun was believed to bring on the scorching heat of midsummer.
   Seirios was variously identified in myth. Some say she was Maira a daughter of the Titan Atlas, others that she was Maira the dog of Ikarios, Lailaps the hound of Orion, or Kyon Khryseos the golden-hound of Zeus. She may also have been associated with Orthros ("morning twilight"), hound of Geryon, the giant of the west. The dog-star was probably also associated with the dog-goddess Hekate, daughter of Perses "the Destroyer" and Asteria "the Starry One."

Friday, December 21, 2012

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

HELLENES GREEKS ΕΛΛΗΝΕΣ - THE GREEK BLOOD HAS THE "ICHOR"...

ICHOR : The Blood of the EL gods Has been PASSEd ON TO The GREEKS 

by Anton.Dion.

  THE BLOOD OF The ancient GODS (EL) is called ICHOR...
  The GREEK D.N.A. has the substance of ICHOR IN IT!!
  The GREEKS know about their D.N.A. and The ICHOR connection for many, many Years...
  THE EL BLOOD IS FROM SIRIUS - EL ARE FROM SIRIUS
  They ALWAYS LIVED THERE.

   WE CAME HERE TO HELP...
   MEMORIES...

  MYTH IS A CODED TRUTH - Paramyth (fairyTALE) Is a LIE for children.
  MYTH ISN'T SO...  

   AWAKENING : THE NEW AGE IS NEAR - THE PATHS (or roads, if you may) ARE OPENING!!      THE RETURN OUR SIRIUS FAMILY IS COMING -

  THIS AWAKENING CONSERNS 150.000.000 EL ON EARTH (of course you understandover the years.. the immagrations...)

  THREE STARSHIPS ARE RETURNING FOR US. Their names: ARGONAUTS, ODYSSEY, APOLLON.

  DON'T FORGET: EL ARE EVERYWHERE!! EUROPE, AMERICA, ASIA, AFRICA 

  OLYMPOS IS THE CENTER...





Friday, December 14, 2012

Sunday, December 2, 2012

AMOMON CAVE PENTELI ATHENS (NTAVELIS CAVE) THE STAR GATE IS THERE?!?

   Maybe one of the most interesting mysteries in Greece is the cave of Davelis... I saw it many years ago, and was partly connected with the sealing of the cave by the NATO forces, but later I decide to make this topic because I believe this story is very interesting...

GREAT GREEKS: Aristarchos of Samos

ARISTARCHOS OF SAMOS


   Aristarchos (Ἀρίσταρχος, Aristarkhos, 310 BCE – ca. 230 BCE) of Samos was an ancient Greek astronomer and mathematician who presented the first known model that placed the Sun at the center of the known universe with the Earth revolving around it (Solar system). He was influenced by Philolaus of Croton, but he identified the "central fire" with the Sun, and put the other planets in their correct order of distance around the Sun.
  His astronomical ideas were often rejected in favor of the geocentric theories of Aristotle and Ptolemy.

Friday, November 30, 2012

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Sunday, October 28, 2012

Sunday, October 21, 2012

SIBYL ERITHREA - AWAKENING

Sibyl

The Sibyl of Erithrea had prophesied the acrostic: JESUS ​​CHRIST IS GOD SON CROSS, not only the coming of God, but also the end of the World!

Erythraean Sibyl

   The Erythraean Sibyl was sited at Erythrae, a town in Ionia opposite Chios.
Apollodorus of Erythrae affirms the Erythraean Sibyl to have been his own countrywoman and to have predicted the Trojan War and prophesised to the Greeks who were moving against Ilium both that Troy would be destroyed and that Homer would write falsehoods.
                                                         
   The word acrostic was first applied to the prophecies of the Erythraean Sibyl, which were written on leaves and arranged so that the initial letters of the leaves always formed a word.The word Sibyl (in English, /ˈsɪbəl/) comes (via Latin) from the Greek word σίβυλλα sibylla, meaning prophetess. The earliest oracular seeresses known as the sibyls of antiquity, "who admittedly are known only through legend"[1] prophesied at certain holy sites, under the divine influence of a deity, originally— at Delphi and Pessinos— one of the chthonic deities. Later in antiquity, sibyls wandered from place to place.
     

History
Homer seems to have been unaware of a Sibyl. The first known Greek writer to mention a sibyl is Heraclitus, in the 5th century BC:
The Sibyl, with frenzied mouth uttering things not to be laughed at, unadorned and unperfumed, yet reaches to a thousand years with her voice by aid of the god.'
Walter Burkert observes that "Frenzied women from whose lips the god speaks" are recorded very much earlier in the Near East, as in Mari in the second millennium and in Assyria in the first millennium".
Until the literary elaborations of Roman writers, sibyls were not identified by a personal name, but by names that refer to the location of their temenos, or shrine.
In Pausanias, Description of Greece, the first Sibyl at Delphi mentioned ("the former" [earlier]) was of great antiquity, and was thought, according to Pausanias, to have been given the name "sibyl" by the Libyans. Sir James Frazer calls the text defective. The second Sibyl referred to by Pausanias, and named "Herophile", seems to have been based ultimately in Samos, but visited other shrines, at Clarus. Delos and Delphi and sang there, but that at the same time, Delphi had its own sibyl.
James Frazer writes, in his translation and commentary on Pausanias, that only two of the Greek Sibyls were historical: Herophile of Erythrae, who is thought to have lived in the 8th century BC, and Phyto of Samos who lived somewhat later. He observes that the Greeks at first seemed to have known only one Sibyl, and instances Heraclides Ponticus as the first ancient writer to distinguish several Sibyls: Heraclitus names at least three Sibyls, the Phrygian, the Erythraean, and the Hellespontine. The scholar David S. Potter writes, "In the late fifth century BC it does appear that 'Sibylla' was the name given to a single inspired prophetess".

Number of Sibyls

Like Heraclitus, Plato speaks of only one Sibyl, but in course of time the number increased to nine, with a tenth, the Tiburtine Sibyl, probably Etruscan in origin, added by the Romans. According to Lactantius' Divine Institutions (i.6, 4th century AD, quoting from a lost work of Varro, 1st century BC) these ten sibyls were those in the following list. Of them, the three most famous sibyls throughout their long career were the Delphic, the Erythraean and the Cumaean. Not all the following Sibyls were securely identified with an oracular shrine, and in the vague and shifting Christian picture there is some overlap.

Persian Sibyl

The Persian Sibyl was said to be prophetic priestess presiding over the Apollonian Oracle; though her location remained vague enough so that she might be called the "Babylonian Sibyl", the Persian Sibyl is said to have foretold the exploits of Alexander the Great. The Persian Sibyl, by name Sambethe, was reported to be of the family of Noah.
 The 2nd-century AD traveller Pausanias, pausing at Delphi to enumerate four sibyls, mentions the "Palestinian Sibyl" who was: "brought up in Palestine named Sabbe, whose father was Berosus and her mother Erymanthe. Some say she was a Babylonian, while others call her an Egyptian Sibyl."
   The medieval Byzantine encyclopedia, the Suda, credits the Hebrew Sibyl as author of the Sibylline oracles.

Libyan Sibyl

Michelangelo's Libyan Sibyl, Sistine Chapel
   The so-called Libyan Sibyl was identified with prophetic priestess presiding over the ancient Zeus Amon (Zeus represented with the horns of Amon) oracle at the Siwa Oasis in the Western Desert of Egypt (incorrectly placed in the map). The oracle here was consulted by Alexander after his conquest of Egypt. The mother of the Libyan Sibyl was Lamia, meaning "devourer". Euripides mentions the Libyan Sibyl in the prologue to his tragedy Lamia.

Delphic Sibyl

Michelangelo's Delphic Sibyl, Sistine Chapel
The Delphic Sibyl was a legendary figure who gave prophecies in the sacred precinct of Apollo at Delphi, located on the slopes of Mount Parnassus. Pausanias claimed that the Sibyl was "born between man and goddess, daughter of sea monsters and an immortal nymph". Others said she was sister or daughter to Apollo. Still others claimed the Sibyl received her powers from Gaia originally, who passed the oracle to Themis, who passed it to Phoebe. The Delphic Sibyl has sometimes been confused with the Pythia, the priestess of Apollo who gave prophecies at the Delphic Oracle. The two are not identical, and should be treated as separate figures.

Cimmerian Sibyl

Naevius names the Cimmerian Sibyl in his books of the Punic War and Piso in his annals.
The Sibyl's son Evander founded in Rome the shrine of Pan which is called the Lupercal.

Samian Sibyl

The Samian sibyl's oracular site was at Samos.

Cumaean Sibyl

The sibyl who most concerned the Romans was the Cumaean Sibyl, located near the Greek city of Naples, whom Virgil's Aeneas consults before his descent to the lower world (Aeneid book VI: 10). Burkert notes (1985, p 117) that the conquest of Cumae by the Oscans in the 5th century destroyed the tradition, but provides a terminus ante quem for a Cumaean sibyl. It was she who supposedly sold to Tarquinius Superbus, the last king of Rome, the original Sibylline books (q.v.). Christians were especially impressed with the Cumaean Sibyl, for in Virgil's Fourth Eclogue she foretells the coming of a savior - possibly a flattering reference to the poet's patron - whom Christians identified as Jesus.

Hellespontine Sibyl

The Hellespontine, or Trojan Sibyl presided over the Apollonian oracle at Dardania.
The Hellespontian Sibyl was born in the village of Marpessus near the small town of Gergitha, during the lifetimes of Solon and Cyrus the Great. Marpessus, according to Heraclides of Pontus, was formerly within the boundaries of the Troad. The sibylline collection at Gergis was attributed to the Hellespontine Sibyl and was preserved in the temple of Apollo at Gergis. Thence it passed to Erythrae, where it became famous.

Phrygian Sibyl

The Phrygian Sibyl appears to be a doublet of the Hellespontine Sibyl.

Tiburtine Sibyl

Later Sibyls

The medieval, Christianized role for these augmented Sibyls was as precursors, prophets of the New Dispensation, Christian allies in a Hellenistic world:
Dies irae, dies illa
Solvet saeclum in favilla
Teste David cum Sibylla.
("Day of wrath, that day / will loose the age in ash / by the witness David with the Sibyl.")
In the Middle Ages the number of Sibyls was canonized as twelve, a symbolic number. See, for example, the Apennine Sibyl, though sometimes, e.g. for François Rabelais, ten was still the proverbial number: “How know we but that she may be an eleventh Sibyl or a second Cassandra?” Gargantua and Pantagruel, iii. 16, noted in Brewer's Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, 1897. Late Gothic Sibyls, each with her emblem and a single line of prophecy, lettered on a fluttering banderole, were fixtures of Late Gothic illuminations, in 14th and 15th-century France and Germany.
From the early Renaissance, the Sibyls were also represented in publicly available art. Michelangelo fixed our image of the sibyls forever, in his powerful representations of them, seated, both aged and ageless, beyond mere femininity, in the frescos of the Sistine Chapel. Five sibyls were painted on the Sistine Chapel ceiling by Michelangelo; the Delphic Sibyl, Libyan Sibyl, Persian Sibyl, Cumaean Sibyl and the Erythraean Sibyl. The library of Pope Julius II in the Vatican has images of sibyls and they are in the pavement of the Siena Cathedral. The Basilica of Santa Maria in Aracoeli crowning the Campidoglio, Rome, is particularly associated with the Sibyl, because a medieval tradition referred the origin of its name to an otherwise unattested altar, ARA PRIMOGENITI DEI said to have been raised to the "firstborn of God" by the emperor Augustus, who had been warned of his advent by the sibylline books: in the church the figures of Augustus and of the Tiburtine sibyl are painted on either side of the arch above the high altar. In the 19th century Rodolfo Lanciani recalled that at Christmas time the presepio included a carved and painted figure of the sibyl pointing out to Augustus the Virgin and Child, who appeared in the sky in a halo of light. "The two figures, carved in wood, have now [1896] disappeared; they were given away or sold thirty years ago, when a new set of images was offered to the Presepio by prince Alexander Torlonia." (Lanciani, 1896 ch 1) Like prophets, Renaissance sibyls forecasting the advent of Christ appear in monuments: modelled by Giacomo della Porta in the Santa Casa at Loreto, painted by Raphael in Santa Maria della Pace, by Pinturicchio in the Borgia apartments of the Vatican, engraved by Baccio Baldini, a contemporary of Botticelli, and graffites by Matteo di Giovanni in the pavement of the Duomo of Siena.
The 19th century French historian Jules Michelet attributed the origins of European witchcraft to the religion of the sibyls. In his introduction to La Sorcière (1862), Michelet wrote:
A powerful, tenacious religion, as Greek paganism was, begins with the sibyl, ends with the witch. The former, a beautiful virgin, in the full light of day, rocked its cradle, gave it its charm and glory. Later, fallen, ill, in the darkness of the Middle Ages, on heaths and in forests, it was hidden by the witch...

Sibylline books

   The sayings of sibyls and oracles were notoriously open to interpretation (compare Nostradamus) and were constantly used for both civil and cult propaganda. The Sibylline Books are not the same as the Sibylline Oracles. The Roman Sibylline Books were quite different in character from the preserved Sibylline Oracles, which typically predict disasters rather than prescribe solutions. Some genuine Sibylline verses are preserved in the Book of Marvels of Phlegon of Tralles (2nd century CE).
The oldest collection of written Sibylline Books appears to have been made about the time of Solon and Cyrus at Gergis on Mount Ida in the Troad. The sibyl, who was born near there, at Marpessus, and whose tomb was later marked by the temple of Apollo built upon the archaic site, appears on the coins of Gergis, ca 400–350 BCE. (cf. Phlegon, quoted in the 5th century geographical dictionary of Stephanus of Byzantium, under 'Gergis'). Other places claimed to have been her home. The sibylline collection at Gergis was attributed to the Hellespontine Sibyl and was preserved in the temple of Apollo at Gergis. Thence it passed to Erythrae, where it became famous. It was this very collection, it would appear, which found its way to Cumae and from Cumae to Rome. Gergis, a city of Dardania in the Troad, a settlement of the ancient Teucri, and, consequently, a town of very great antiquity (Herodotus iv: 122). Gergis, according to Xenophon, was a place of much strength. It had a temple sacred to Apollo Gergithius, and was said to have given birth to the Sibyl, who is sometimes called Erythraea, from Erythrae, a small place on Mount Ida (Dionysius of Halicarnassus i. 55), and at others Gergithia ('of Gergis').

Friday, October 19, 2012

1821- Greek War of Independence - Part 1


400 years of slavery by Muslim and Christian states of Europe simply sees.
survive as a race though ...

1821- Greek War of Independence - Part 2


1821- Greek War of Independence - Part 3


Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Ancient Aliens The Dropas Dzopas mysterious circular stone


DISC OF DROPAS
EL ARE EVERYWHERE
LOOK THE SYMBOLS OF THE  EL (GREEK) ALPHABET
(LEFT HAS THE N, E,Z,E AND RIGHT E,K,A,O ,Ψ ) THIS NOT CHINESE THIS IS EL!! AWAKENING!!! OPEN YOUR EYES
THE GODS OF SIRIOUS GIVE TO US, THE EL (YUNAN CHINA, YUKATAN MAYA AMERICA,  SKOTIA SCOTLAND, OUR ANCIENT BROTHERS OF IRELAND,  FILIPONISI (FILLIPINES), INDIA (MEAN ZEUS LAND), INDONISSIA(MEAN ZEUS ISLAND), KALAS (NOW SYRVIVE IN AFGHANISTAN!!) ,ARAUKAN( ANCIENT SPARTANS. LIVE TO CHILE!!) AND MANY MORE ON EARTH. EL FRIENDS ARE DONKON (AFRIKA POEPLE  LOVES THE DOUBLE E AND THE WAIT THE GODS- EL NEVER -  NEVER ENSLAVED THE PEOPLE FROM AFRIKA AND WE ARE VERY NEAR MANY YEARS...)
OYR NAME IS NOT GREECE IS HELL-AS.
WHY THE JEWS, CHRISTIANS, MUSLIMS, GIVE THE NAME HELL FOR THE HOME OF SATAN THE SNAKE? WHY THE  JEWS, CHRISTIANS, MUSLIMS, GIVE THE NAME DEVIL? DEVIL IN GREEKS SAY ΔΙΑΒΟΛΟΣ ( DIAVOLOS) ΤΗΙS IN GREEK MEAN DIA VALO ( BRINGS GOD!!)
WHY THE JEWS, CHRISTIANS, MUSLIMS, GIVE THE NAME LUCIFER? THIS IS GREEK MEAN (BRING THE LIGHT!!- THE GREEK WORD IS EOSFOROS!!
  
HE IS THE "GOD"  PANA (READING FROM HIM) 
 THE  HELLAS (GREECE) IS THE HOME OF THE GODS
THE SATAN IS SNAKE HM!HM! LIVE THE LAST 2030 YEARS.
BEFORE TO WORLD LIVES THE EL BRAIN.......


Sunday, October 14, 2012

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Thursday, October 4, 2012

Monday, September 17, 2012

Saturday, September 15, 2012

Saturday, September 8, 2012

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Sirens' song - mysterious and incredible

  In Greek mythology, the Sirens were three dangerous mermaid like creatures, portrayed as seductresses who lured nearby sailors with their enchanting music and voices to shipwreck on the rocky coast of their island.

   So maybe you are not a seaman, but be careful, Sirens may make you believe in the unbelievable...

Thursday, August 30, 2012

Sunday, August 26, 2012

Friday, August 3, 2012

Monday, July 23, 2012

JAPAN IN GREEK MEANS ΙΑΠΩΝΙΑ (OR "ΑΠΩ ΙΩΝΙΑ"- "DISTANT YUNAN")!

THE GREEKS in the FAR EAST

by Anton.Dion.

   THE ANCIENT GREEKS REFERRED TO CHINA AND KOREA AND SURROUNDING COUNTRIES AS "APO ANATOLI" - (THE  DISTANT  FAREAST) AND THE YUNAN ISLANDS ARE CALLED "APO IONIA" - "IAPONIA"- JAPAN).
   ONE OF THE ISLANDS OF JAPAN  IS NAMED YONAGUNI. THIS, IN GREEK, MEANS "CORNER OF YUNAN" -YUNAN GONIA - "ΙΟΝΩΝ ΓΩΝΙΑ"). ONE COUNTY IS CALLED DANNUHAMA (DANNAON HAMA -DANNAON LAND - "ΔΑΝΑΩΝ ΧΩΜΑ"!)
   AN OTHER CITY HAS THE NAME IRIZAKI. IN GREEK THIS MEANS "THE ISLAND OF IRIS".
   THE NAME OF THE ANCIENT JAPANISH WAS AINU (YUNAN - "IONNES")!
   EL ARE EVERYWHERE!!...


YONAGYNI:ΙΩΝΙΚΗ ΓΩΝΙΑ ή ΙΩΝΩΝ ΑΓΚΩΝ ΣΤΗΝ ΑΠΩ ΙΩΝΙΑ(ΙΑΠΩΝΙΑ)...!

Friday, July 20, 2012

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

EL SYMBOL

Look the second ship has a double E (0:21 sec) and the ship (0:46 sec) has an Λ (L)...



                      

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

TAFIOS - ANCIENT GATE IN KEFALONIA - GREECE

   According to mythology(?), first settler of the island of Kefalonia, Greece, was Tafios, son of Neptune, the god of seas. The island was called Tafos and its inhabitants Tafioi or Tilevoes
   Ptereleos, son of Tafios, conquered the islands around Kefalonia and became powerful. 
   In Lixouri there is an area called Tafios, and that gives a historic dimension to the myth. 
   Later arrived at the island Kefalos and Elios. Kefalos had four sons, Palea, Kranio, Samio and Proniso, whose names took the four towns-states of the island. 
   In Iliad we find for the first time the name “Kefalines”, a name given to the citizes of Ulysses, that is the citizens of Kefalonia, Ithaka, Zante, Lefkas and Akarnania. 
   We find the name of Kefalonia again in Herodotus in the 5th century ΒC, when the historian mentions the citizens of Pali (Paliki: the area around Lixouri, where Tafios is). 

Tuesday, July 3, 2012