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Who Was Zeus

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Greek: Δίας, Latin: Iuppiter, Greek, Ancient: Ζεύς, also Known As: “Zevs”, “Dhias”, “Jupiter”, “Jove”, “Dyaus Pitar”, “”father of men””, “Dios del olimpo” and Misraim, Mizraim, and Osiris!
Birthdate: estimated around 2200 BC.
Birthplace: “birth_location” Mt Othrys
Died February 1414 buried in the isle of Crete.
OsirisCause of death: torn to pieces by Titans at Hera’s bidding, reincarnated through Dionysis, OR.., as Osiris, murdered and cut in pieces by his brother and pieces collected and “resurrected” by his wife Isis.
Family: Son of Ham or Cronos and Ham’s sister Rhea
Husband of Hera, Dione, Aphrodite, Aega goddess rock. Hestia – – Vesta and 1 other
Ex-husband of Persephone.

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ZEUS SEDUCING MAIA

Lover/Partner of Maia, Metis, Leto, Maia, Semele, Nymph African of Troy, Nymph Sithnid of Troy Protogeneia, Nemesi / Vendetta Divina Primordiale; Cassiopeia and 58 others.

Father of Perseus, Heracles, Ares, Hephaestos, Hermes, Apollo, Athena, Artemis, Dionysus, Hebe, Eileithiya, Enyo, Ens, Iarbas of Troy; Megarus of Troy; Castore dei Dioscuri degli Olimpici / di Sparta; Aegipan; Atymnius of Troy, and 166 others.
Brother of Hera; Demeter; Veritas; Hestia-Vesta; Poseidon and one other half brother of Kheiron Chiron, or as Mizraim, brother of Chna Kanaan, Put, and Kush.

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The Samotheans – First Inhabitants of Britain

By Mike Cascoigne of Annomundi.com •

According to an ancient account that has been preserved in Holinshed’s Chronicle, the earliest inhabitants of the island which is now called Britain were the Samotheans. Their first king was called Samothes, and he is believed to have been Meshech, the sixth son of Japheth.

Note: This history uses source material of questionable origin, known as “pseudo-Berosus”. See the Lost Works of Berosus.

The Samothean Kings

Holinshed’s Chronicle (1) is a large six-volume work, written during the Tudor period. It contains a comprehensive history of England, Scotland and Ireland, from the earliest times to shortly before the publication date (first edition 1578, second edition in 1587). Volume I describes a succession of Samothean kings, ruling over an empire until they were invaded by a giant called Albion. They were liberated by another powerful figure called Hercules, and then the succession of kings continued until the arrival of Brutus the Trojan. Continue reading The Samotheans – First Inhabitants of Britain

Forbidden Welsh Archaeology: Underground 7 M. lead plate atop pyramid

GarndiffaithPyramidAnthony Williams has been researching the archaeology of Garndiffaith and surrounding areas since the 1980’s. His friend Dennis Nash was working on a building site as a labourer in Garndiffaith in 1968. Whilst digging the foundations for new council housing, Denis and his workmates uncovered a huge lead slab buried several feet under the ground. The slab was positioned over the apex of a uniform stone structure which resembled an ancient pyramid. Until now this incredible story has been kept from public view. In this programme Dennis and Anthony examine maps of the local area looking for clues to the ancient archaeology of this mysterious site. Anthony is seeking permission to have the area excavated in an attempt to discover what could be records of some of the oldest known civilisations in Britain.

Alan Wilson commenting on this video, said that in 1714 all the old British history was thrown overboard and deliberate replaced by so-called “Celt” history instead of British history, now called Welsh. Welsh are not Celts but descendants of Albine and of Brutus who was from Troy in 504 BC, and the original people from Surrey came from Syria.