To better understand the connections between the Romanian culture and the Egyptian, but also the meaning of the many journeys made by Deceneus, Orpheus and Zamolxe in Egypt, we have to dive in the prehistory and history of this region where the seeds of the astounding civilization created by the Ariminic peoples settled on Hapi’s riverbanks are to be found. One of the oldest cultures known on the land of Egypt from the Neolithic period is the one of Merimde, at the western brim of the Nile delta. Here have been found vases of clay, handmade and sometimes incised, animal skeletons and people where the dead were buried, often under the flooring in a sitting position. Very important is the discovery of a human figurine made out of burnt clay and a bull head made from the same material which during the historic period, will evolve in many more variants of the bull culture. A ritual model similar to the Egyptian one has been found by Romanian archaeologists in the prehistoric sanctuary of Parța, Timiș county, dating from the 5th millennium B.C. The solar bull appears for the Emesh on some sigils, starting with the beginning of the 4th millennium B.C. and for the Egyptians it is a religious symbol from the first phases of their civilization. The myth of the bull found at Parța, in the Carpathian culture, continues its religious-symbolic existence through the golden bull head found at Poiana Coțofenești, Bacău county, dated from the 7th century B.C. and appears also on the Sinaia lead plates which remain hidden by the rascals at the Institute of Archeology in Bucharest, which present the true history of the Ariminic peoples. The symbol of the bull head appears on the first coat of arms of Moldova from the beginning of the 14th century. But the civilization from the Carpathian space is much older and spread on a vast territory. We must bring to light the rupestral painting from Coliboaia, dating from the 38th millennium, where the deer as a solar totem appears, which in other lands will be replaced with the bull, the bird, the wolf, or the solar cross, out of which the Tree of Life or the Axle of the World rises and behind the deer, multiple free crosses are to be observed thus proving the existence of a cult which had the equal-armed cross as sacred symbol. Other cultic halidoms where the cross appears along with different signs, are the caves Gaura Chindiei and Clemente (15th – 10th millennium) and Măgura (10th millennium) in the south of the Danube, or the sites Lepenski Vir (7.300 B.C.), Turdaș, Tărtăria and Vinča (7th – 5th millennium B.C.).
Here in the Land of the Gods or the Holy Land Dio Geta mankind was created, descended from titans or giants, a theosophical concept and historic truth which awaits to be brought in the front of Romanian eyes, as we find it clear as the sunlight also in the Essene writing Arbors: “In the old days, when creation was young / The Earth was full of giant trees / With branches that reached above the clouds / And in which our Old Parents lived / Who walked with the angels / And lived by the Holy Law.” We have to understand once and for all that the “Sinaic visions” are nothing but Satanic poisons served to us by the Phanariote rascals during the middle of the 18th century, when they were the masters of Romanian Lands, as zealous servants for the Ottomans. All our ancient traditions have their roots in the religion and culture of the Getes, peoples descended from the gods and not from unfelt people as they portray us today in the front of many rapscallions. The idea of mankind’s divine origin created in the Land of the Gods or the Holy Land Dio Geta, we find it also in the Essene manuscript Angels which says: “Let’s praise the Holy Angels…We praise the angels who firstly, listen to the thought and teaching of the Heavenly Father, of whose angels formed the seed of the peoples. Those who touched the eyebrow of our parent Eno and had guided the Children of Light on seven plus seven ways which lead to the Tree of Life…” Because here in the north and south of the Danube there was the first hearth of human civilization, constantly reproducing or willing to travel, some of them leaving to voyage the whole world to see for themselves and up-close, the whole creation of the Heavenly Father.
To prove the Carpathian origin of the civilization of old Egypt and of a part of the population who founded this ancient state, I will bring forward information and deeds worthy of consideration, even if they are myths or legends from the archaic world left to us by the Greek writer Pseudo-Apollodorus in Bibliotheca II-XIV, where he tells a story about king Danaos, ruler of the Peloponnesian Argos during the time of the beginning of their civilization. He writes that king Belos of Egypt together with his wife Achiroe, as the daughter of the Nile, had two twins – Egyptos and Danaos. In some myths he says about Belos that he had Agenor as brother who ruled over Sidon and Tyre in Phoenicia. After the death of his father, Egyptos received the lands from the valley of the Nile which were named after him and Danaos received Libya. Egyptos had fifty boys, Danaos had fifty girls and the father of the boys proposed to his brother to marry his daughters with his children, so that the old kingdom could be renewed. But Danaos suspecting his brother of trickery, quickly boarded his people on boats together with goods and chattels and left stealthily for Peloponnesus where his uncle had built the fortress of Argos, becoming king of these places because of an oracle’s prediction. After the death of Danaos, the kingship over the fortress passed to Gelanor, also named Pelasgos, that which he had received from the Libyan fugitive. Also in other myths it is said that the Danaans were Pelasgians, meaning the same people who came to Peloponnesus from the north of Ister, being brothers with the old Egyptians as the myth reminded earlier says, a truth found in the old Egyptian writings but also in the Judean Torah. It is said in the Judean writings, but only for them – the Jews, that the Philistines were brothers with the Egyptians who colonized Macedonia with the help of their lad Macedo, who walked around being covered in a wolf’s hide, like we see the Get priests on plate no. 9, also giving the name of the country! In Canaan and Palestine there was the fortress Macedo, also named Megiddo.
We also find another legend about the migration from the Carpathian Mountains to the valley of the Nile, with Diodorus in his work Bibliotheca Historica, Books I-LV and XI-XLIII, where he talks about the first deeds of the Scythians (Getes) who created a great kingdom in the north of Ister, reaching the Caucasus. After he borrows the legend of the snake-woman from Herodotus’ Histories, he writes that she gave birth to two sons who became renowned kings – Palos and Napes – of the Scythians and their followers “had subdued many lands beyond Tanais (Don) reaching Thrace. After they turned their armies to the other side, they spread their kingship up to Egypt, at the Nile.” But Tanais was the eastern border of the Getes with the Scythians who occupied to the east the Great Russian Plain, some of them reaching China and Korea. The two historic sources talk about a great migration which took place from the north of Ister towards the Nile valley, during the dawn of the Egyptian civilization and in the Romanian culture this information is missing because some people and others don’t accept history to be our history as well and not only the history of those who are skilled in lying or in Satanic revelations.
He also leaves us a testimony in Book I-XXVIII, about a great expedition of the Egyptian god User or Osiris, as the Greeks wrote his name, who began together with his armies to conquer the whole world, the Egyptian priests saying that they colonized the Babylon of the Emesh even, as well as all the lands from the north of Greece, meaning the Ariminic peoples of Thrace, Macedonia and maybe Dio Geta, thus proving that they also kept the memory of the connections with the Carpathian peoples, but observing the flow of history backwards in time. In Book I-XXVII he affirms that king Belos of prehistoric Egypt sent an army of brave men to build a colony on Euphrates, naming over the mortals for the sake of the holy and the wise, priests who also knew astrology and in the time of the author they were known by the Babylonians under the name of “Chaldeans”, having the same privileges as the priests from Egypt, being spared of taxes and other services to the state. But the name of king Belos is a transcript after the Greek habit, of the mighty Scythian or Get Palos, who Diodorus in the work mentioned earlier says that he left for the south taking by sword the kingship of the lands from the Nile valley, to be his home and kingdom.
In the Description of Greece II-XIX, the author Pausanias who lived in the 2nd century A.D., says that after the death of king Danaos, the Argos fortress was passed to Pelasgos without mentioning if it was Gelanor whom he wrote about or even the new king who was named as such. About these legends we have another testimony of the Greek Ctesias who lived in the 5th century B.C. and talks about a king of the Scythians (meaning of the Getes, because they used the name Scythians for all the peoples living north of the Ister) who defeated pharaoh Sesostris of Egypt even on his own land, after which he retreated home, an information also used by Jordanes in his work Getica.
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Source: Constantin Olariu Arimin | Adevăruri Ascunse (Hidden Truths)