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October 2006.

When the Valar "Ainu" (not elves) were driven away from Eressea to Valinor of Aman, they were driven by "Melkor," a Valar himself and brother of the great Manwe. As you can see, "Aman" and "Melkor" together evoke the dragon-line gods, Ammon and Molech.

Tolkien attempts to portray Melkor as the evil one while the other Valar fighting wars against him are to be construed as the forces of good. In reality, they were two Satanic branches of the same dragon cult, and Tolkien obviously traces himself to the "good guy" Aman branch. In keeping with my impression that the honey cult that was Molech was so deemed because working peoples were likened to bees bringing in the honey (i.e. taxes) for the king/queen bee, so elves among the god-like Valar presents the same idea.

To re-cap, Tolkien had a Teleri clan of Lindar elves, clearly a Rhodian/Redone Rus peoples known to Greeks as the wicked Telchines, a branch of Cimmerians. Tolkien had the Teleri living at Avallone on Eressea island, what I identify as Rothesay (now Bute), Scotland. Most of his "Avari" elves were among the Teleri tribe, and in their Scottish homeland the Teleri put forth the Laiquendi = "green elves." I am reminded that, weeks before meeting Tolkien elves for the first time, I had identified Cyrene as the green land (touched on in a previous chapter).

About a day before coming across Tolkien, I identified the green dragon as Mandaean Avars from mythical Manto and Mantius. The next day I discovered that Tolkien used "Mandos" as his elf heaven, a place in northern Aman.

Moreover, Tolkien makes Mandos the husband of "Vaire"!! This gets about as close as possible to verifying a Vere-Avar equation. As Draco-cult master, Nicholas de Vere, claims to descend through the Picts, it's clear in my mind that Picts were just these Mandaeans...and that they named Scottish "Alba." Nicholas likes to connect his bloodline to elves, and moreover describes the Pictish Veres as "Milouziana" the princess of the elvin kings. Nicholas just can't hold back his pride in being so descended.

The Mandaeans were mythical Daphne (see previous chapter). Never in my greatest expectations did I think Daphne could be traced so solidly to Scotland, when years ago I pegged her as the wife of mythical Merlin. That wife was dubbed, "Guendoloena," and while I had connected the term to Gwynedd and Gwenea (Vannes, Brittany), it also evokes Tolkien's Quendi elves.

As the Silmaril jewels depicting Daphne and/or the Telchines were in the crown of Melkor, the inference is that he ruled over both peoples...until the jewels were taken from his crown; one jewel was taken by the Ladon dragon in Britain. Yes, read on and Tolkien will reveal exactly that.

In that I found the elves to stem from the Minyae Argonauts, it was intriguing to read that Melkor created "Orcs." I immediately knew that Tolkien traced Melkor to Orchomenos (in Boiotia), for it can't be a coincidence that the Orchomenos "royal dynasty had been established by [Jason's] Minyas."

That great stride didn't in itself tell the whole story. What I was yet to discover was phenomenal. I remember pondering the origin of "Orchomenos" in Uruk/Erech (Sumeria), which is why I was a little stunned to find the following:

"In the High-elven tongue Quenya, the word for "Orc" is urko...In the Dwarven tongue Khuzdul, it is rukhs, plural rakhās. In the language of the Drśedain, it was gorgūn. In the Black Speech, the equivalent is Uruk, as can be seen in Uruk-hai, 'Orc-folk'...Tolkien invented the terms 'Uruks' and 'Uruk-hai' for his stronger Orcs."

In other words, Melkor was a Ruhks-As peoples = the Roxolani (also known as Rox-As)! But also Gorgons...from Uruk, the earliest-known origin of the dragon sun god. Never had I put it together (so far as I can recall) that "Uruk" was the foundation of the "Rox/Rukhs" term. That is, the Hros/Rus (and therefore Ares) had their roots in Uruk. Sure, I knew that the Hebrew-Rus dragon cult started off in Uruk (or very nearby), but never had I been able to root the Rus to that city. One website alludes to this early prsence of the Hros in this: "From the early legend of Eros it is said that he was responsible for the embraces of Uranus (Heaven or Sky) and Gaia (Earth)."

Ahh, but now that I remember, I did root Rhodes, a Rus island, to Eridu just a giant's stone throw from Uruk. I had also suggested that Eridu was the origin of Erethlyn, Wales, and of the Redone/Araeda Rus. Plus, Nergal's wife, Ereskigal, in that an alternative is "Ereshkigal," now seems to depict peoples of Erech, showing how that city became the Hros = Biblical Rosh. This term, Eres-Kigal, because her other husband was made Gugulana (a Sumerian bull god), supports my conclusion that the Rosh and the Gogi were one...i.e. that Ezekiel's statement wherein Gog was the ruler of Rosh means, not that Gog had conquered Rosh, but that the Gogi were themselves a chief Roshi tribe.

I have always had the sense that "gogal" formed "eagle," even as "gogail" is Celt for eagle. I would include "Gugul(ana)" as a possible origin of the Illuminati phoenix symbol. Gugu/Gyges of Lydia comes to mind (the Manes-line king who took over Mysian rule). It seems feasible that "Gogal" modfied to Gohal > Gal, which becomes important below.

The Biblical Rosh may have named Rasht/Resht on the Caspian coast, in what was a piece of western Hercania/Verkana. The fact that Rasht was in Cadusia (see location) plays out excellently in this book, where the dragon bloodline, which is also the Gogi bloodline, is a Hebrew-Rus mix. Rasht was not far from the mouth of the Aras/Araxes, which river was also "Arak" and thereby evoking Uruk.

It's interesting that Rusht was in the region of Gilan, whose peoples "were called Gel, Gelai, Gil or Gilak" (website below), while Gugulana was the enemy of Gilgamesh. As the Gilan language today is called "Gileki," was Gilgamesh a Gilaki peoples? Were these the proto-Galli of the Kabeiri? If so, it would support a Galli element within the "Nergal" term. Behold this gold chain of pre-Christian centuries found in Gilan, using swastikas!! (photo seen also at website below). Nazis were a Rosicrucian cult, and so now I know why: they were Aryans from the Rusht region. Were Nazis the modern Argonauts who sorely broke from the Hebrew side of Rosicrucianism? Were they the Dionysus Nuzi-ites?

I know that the Rus of Uruk became the Orchomenos Argonauts, wherefore when we see the Argo ship sailing across the Baltic sea toward Britain, it depicts the migration of the Scandinavian god, Rig. The historical Rugii, in other words, and the Arochi at Norway's Haeredaland, were the mythical Argonauts. Zowwwie!

Moreover, the Archevites of Ezra 4:9, known to have been peoples of Uruk, are now identifiable as proto-Argonauts (i.e. the founders of Orchomenos). This is important in that Dinaites are also found in that Ezra 4:9 list. The precise British settlement of the Archevites was yet (within minutes) to light upon me, but before telling, let me first tell what I had previously learned and understood the hour before.

Melkor, when in Britain, attacked his Valar cousins (in Aman) but was eventually subjected by the Valar and made to live among them for some time. Yet he was able to destroy (i.e. defeat) the two sacred trees (Daphne and Telperion) situated in Aman. (For reasons to be explained shortly below, this was Valar/Fomorians versus Melkor/Parthalons). Melkor then removed to his ancient city of "Angband" north of "Beleriand" (in Middle Earth). Because I had already solidly identified Middle Earth as the Scot-English continent, I realized that Beleriand was "bele" = "white" and therefore Alba = northern Scotland.

I was then able to learn that Angband, being north of Beleriand, must have depicted the Orkney islands, or better yet, the peoples (Anglos?) who named it. It was then that I came across the Wikipedia article reporting that Angband was where "the Orcs and other creatures of Morgoth lived and bred."

That's when it hit me that the Orcs founded the Orkney islands, and from that bit I realized that the Orchomenos/Archevite Argonauts had named it. As Rig had part in forming the Yngvi/Ingaevone family of Scandinavians, I would suggest that Tolkien used "Angband" to denote those bands (it is no trivial thing when one can connect Anglos and/or the Yngvi and/or the Ingaevone Germanics to Uruk specifically). As further evidence that the Orcs were peoples of Orkney, Tolkien at times used "Orks" instead of "Orcs."

When I found that the land around Angband was called "Dor Daedeloth," it evoked Tahtali too well to be ignored. Recall that the tallest mountain in Ireland (i.e. in the real world) is Carran Tuathail, and that Tolkien made this the mountain that of the Valar. As Melkor was the brother of the Valar leader, Manwe, it's not surprising that Melkor's land in north-Scotland should have had the similar name, "Daedalus" (I didn't yet know the greater significance of this term, that it would greatly help to connect the dots).

Melkor's name in Middle Earth was changed to Margoth, suggesting that he depicted a Goth peoples (Anglos/Ingaevones were part-Gothic peoples). The Quenya version of "Angband" is made "Angamandi," suggesting that Tolkien viewed Melkor's offshore Orcs as a mix of Yngvi/Anglos and Mandaean Avars. I would suggest that the Avars (technically the Iberi, remember) were living in the (real) Hebride islands, also offshore of northern Scotland.

Angband was not his first city, but rather it was "Utumno," reflecting the historical "Dumnoni" = mythical Damnameneus. Recall that Hesiod wrote, "...Damnameneus, the first of the Daktyloi Idaioi, discovered iron in Kypros" (italics mine). It's probably for that reason that Melkor was given an iron crown, and that Angband is translated by Tolkien buffs as "Iron Prison"...or iron sumthin-else. In other words, Tolkien had the Dumnoni as his reason to equate Melkor with Damnameneus, and this now connects Melkor to the Dumnoni of Devonshire on the opposite end of Britain.

At this point, I'm not very sure how distinguish the Dumnoni from the elves, but I do realize that the Valar were likewise Dumnoni. Yes, the elves must be from Caucasian Albania, but as yet I'm not sure if the Dumnoni were the Dinaites/Danaans or the Dehavites/Daghestani.

Another article (website below) lends some iron to my Molech-Meleager equation where it says that Melkor "has been called, in various tales (in various versions) 'Melko', 'Belcha', 'Melegor' and 'Meleko'. The Sindarin form of his name was 'Belegu." That now reveals Melkor once again as the Greek Calydonians, and so why not the Scottish Caledonians?

The question is, did Melkor also encompass Meleager's wife, Atalanta? Tolkien located Atlantis in the Rothesay/Argyll region, wherefore this must have been Melkor's wife (but also including Erethlyn). As they were the leading Greek Calydonians of Greek myth, Pictish Caledonia might just have started out as the entire length of western Scotland i.e. between the Orkneys and Erethlyn. Tolkien was trying to take Atlantis away from Melkor, and to give it instead to the Teleri = Telephus/Tlepolemus = the sons of Hercules. In that picture, Melkor comes out smelling like three-tribed Geryon of Erytheia. Note that Tolkien has the Teleri on Eressea rather than Melkor. There is a good chance that Erytheia should be viewed as Erethlyn (rather than Rothesay in particular) because the dog of Geryon, Orthos, smacks of the Ordovices of Wales.

The "B" version of "Melkor" supports the theory that Tolkien's great "Belegaer" sea is to be viewed as the Meleager sea. However, as Tolkien opposes Melkor and supports the Hercules' Teleri, and because I identified Hercules independently as the Fir Bolg (a branch of Danann) some months ago, I would suggest that the Belegaer sea was named after the Bolgs/Belgae. This great sea is thought to depict all of the Atlantic ocean...but in any case refers to all waters off of Aman, especially between Aman and Middle Earth. This tells us that Tolkien viewed both Ireland and Britain as belonging to the Fir Bolgs. The Bolgs were his good guys, and must be those to which Rosicrucian Atlanticists trace themselves.

I'd say we're dealing with the Cruithin (= Pretani) in Melkor, especially since Tolkien makes Melkor the second peoples to Ireland. Recall that the name of Cilicia's capital, Tarsus, was previously "Parthenius" (evoking "Pretani" excellently), while the second peoples to Ireland included Parthalons. Connection between Parthenopeus -- son of Meleager -- and Melkor thereby becomes apparent. Parthenopeus connection with Tarsus is seen as follows: "Hyginus writes that [Parthenopeus] was exposed by his mother on Mount Parthenius [i.e. Tarsus]" (website below).

Clearly, Melkor depicted a peoples from Cilicia, easily identified as mythical Calyce, the mother of Endymion, for Endymion was made patriarch of the Calydonians while Meleager was a ruler of Calydon.

Tolkien's uses of "Tar" prefixes now become suspicious as allusions to Tarsus, ultimately. Not only are the Tarchon Etruscans traceable to Tarsus through myth codes, but I would entertain viewing "Dardanus" as Tarsus-Danaan (as opposed to Danaans of Rhodes?). As Tolkien's first ruler of Meneltarma was Tar-Minyatur, the Minyae/Argonauts are clearly connected to Tolkien's Tar term (not to mention the Minotaur of Crete).

To prove all the more that Tolkien was concerned centrally with Telchines, the article (below) goes on to say that Parthenopeus (in Parthenius) was rescued by Telephus (wow!). Another insight now comes to mind, that while Tolkien traced Melkor to Damnameneus (Homer's code for founder of iron), Tolkien may have viewed the Teleri as founders of copper in that Homer made codeword "Delas" the founder of bronze (Telchines are specially noted for being inventors of metal).

The day after I had learned that Melkor was encoded with "Dor Daedeloth" (it was also the day after I had first come to Tolkien), I opened a Greenway7 email to find her emphasizing labyrinths (mazes). The article that she copied for me concerned children of Wales creating labyrinths in tall grasses in (perhaps unbeknown to them) going through the motions of an ancient Trojan ceremony. Later in that email it started to discuss mythical Daedalus of Crete, and suddenly my eyes were opened to his connection to Melkor.

It turns out that there was a labyrinth attached to Daedalus; he built it, in fact, but he also built the Minotaur (bull-headed man = Molech) for Pasiphae. That is, Daedalus was the Cretan peoples (of Knossos) depicted by the Minotaur, and was therefore Tolkien's "Tar-Minyatur." This was the Molech cult because: "For years Minos demanded a tribute of youths from Athens to feed the [Minotaur]"

Daedalus was the Zeus bull peoples from Pisidian Tahtali/Olympus. Indeed, for as the Minotaur was made a son of Pasiphae, Daedalus was likewise a son (i.e. extension) of Pasiphae Pisidians. Note that the same picture is drawn where the Minotaur was said to have been the gift of Poseidon to Crete.

The son of Daedalus' sister was "Perdix"; he was Daedalus' partner in inventions...until Daedalus "killed" him and escaped to Crete to build the Minotaur. Perdix was also called "Talus," that looking like the Parthenopeus-Telephus partnership that was previously in Tarsus.

Translation: Daedalus was a Perdix/Talus faction in Athens that fled military threats, fleeing to Crete to become the Minoans. That is, Daedalus was the Zeus peoples who had mated with Europa (to form Minoans). Zeus was himself the Solymi/Pisidians around mount Tahtali, but then removed to Athens as the Cecrops (half-serpent) bloodline (explaining why Zeus was also depicted as half serpent). Note that Athenians traced Daedalus to Erechtheus of the Cecrops bloodline.

As the labyrinth story goes, Daedalus ended up in Sicily and there killed Minos, meaning that he was the continuation of Minos, Europa, and the Cretan Molech cult into Italy. The son of Daedalus was made "Iapyx (Iapux)...a son of Daedalus and a Cretan woman, from whom the Cretans who migrated to Italy derived the name of Iapyges (Strab. vi.; Athen. xii.; Herod. vii. 170; Heyne, ad Virg. Aen. xi. 247).

We find that among the Iapyges (south-eastern Italy) there were their tribes of "Daunii and the Peucetii". Until now I had not found any term in Italy that equated with "Danaan." In other versions, Iapyx is made "a son of Lycaon and brother of Daunius and Peucetius, who went as leaders of a colony to Italy (Anton. Lib. 31)" (Iapyx website above). Lycaon (who had 50 sons) was son of Pelasgus, and Pelasgus was made a ruler of Argos who protected Danaus' 50 daughters. This makes it clear to me that the Danaans proper were a mix of those 100 children i.e. a Danaus-Lycaon mix...which now explains how the Danaans got on the throne of Argos.

In another myth version, the Danaus bloodline mixed with that of Abas, rulers of Argos (what I view as the Avvite/Pisidian bloodline in Greece) to produce the Danaans proper...meaning also that the Abas and Pelasgus peoples were one and the same Argives. In another version yet, the Danaans proper were a mix of Danaus with Aegyptos, and I would interpret the latter more simply as Poseidon = the Abas Pisidians = Pelasgus. Note that the father of Danaus and Aegyptos was made "Belos" (son of Poseidon), which may have formed "Pelas-gus."

The region of the Iapyges was called "Puglia" (also Apulia), a term that so evokes "pug/pugilist" (a boxer; fist fighter) that I am intrigued in testing for mythical Pollux roots in Puglia (Pollux was depicted as a boxer). My impression elsewhere has been that Pollux depicted north Italians (Lugii/Ligurians, for one), and that he may have been named such after the Po river. In line with my view of him as Po-Lug, so we see that Iapyx was son of Lycaon (the latter was a wolf line because Zeus turned him into a wolf, while Lug was also a wolf line). As Pelasgus was the father of Lycaon, perhaps Pollux was a version of "Pelasgus."

The implication is that Daedalus was the Pollux line itself, that spread from Puglia to northern the swan line. Yes, Pollux was son of Leda, who was impregnated by Zeus in the form of a swan. But was that Zeus swan Daedalus? Well, as Daedalus was the Cecrops line, couldn't he also have become Cygnus of Liguria ("cygnus" means "swan"). Moreover, I had identified the swan line earlier as Trojans, especially Aeneas = Dardanus Trojans, and Daedalus was from the Dardanus-Trojan line (i.e. his ancestor, Erechtheus, was from Dardanus).

I was wondering if Tolkien's "Taniquetil" term was somehow connected to Quatzalcoatl, the god of the Aztecs. Note that "Tlepolemus" uses the "tl" common to Aztec terms, such as "atl," said to be their word for "sea." In Tolkien myth, the Valar, who are made the most westerly of peoples, are made to come across as having a monopoly on sailing westward. For example, they would not allow Numenor peoples to sail west without their permission. It sounds as though Tolkien understood that westward sailing was the occupation of the Valar. As the Maia were a lesser major grouping in Tolkien's stories, I may no longer be hesitant in tying the goddess, Maia (of Italy/Atlas) to the Mayans. As I wrote to Greenway7 yesterday: "...the Aztecs were Rhodian Amazons = Telchines!" Let me re-show the ancient Gorgon picture to show how it evokes Aztecs.

Compare Tolkien's use of "Taniquetil" and a term in the following sentence: " 1325, [Aztecs] founded the town of TENOCHTITLAN (modern-day Mexico City)" (brackets not mine). Moreover, the city of Mexico was named after the Mexica tribe of Aztecs, though the term was more exactly "Meshica," which is so much like the Meshech region in Asia Minor, "Mazaca," and the "Mazices" term used for north-African Amazons, that one can't help but toy with the connection. I had reasoned erlier that these "Indians" came by way of Alaska; I think I will need to re-consider. I think Tolkien sees them as Irish!

They were the Molech cult in America, for they well-practiced human sacrifice. They were Atlantis in Mexico. So what?

It is now a growing position that America was "discovered" a century before Columbus by the Sinclairs of Orkney. It is claimed by some that Henry Sinclair (earl of Orkney and baron of Roslin) was in Nova Scotia in 1398 (he died in 1400). As the Aztecs appear in middle America in the 14th century, might the Sinclairs have discovered, not America, but the Celt sea-farers who had discovered America some time before?

[Update February 2007 -- I learned that the double-headed axe, symbol of Britomartis on Crete, and symbol exclusively for female nobles/priestesses of Minoans, was called a "Labrys." Learning further that this instrument was used for slaughtering (bulls), it dawned on me that it may have been named after "libation" (i.e. sacrifice), and it turned out that the Latin libation is "libare," which my dictionary defines as: "to pour out (as an offering)." Also found that "Complete scenes of worship in which libations are poured before the Sacred Axes [of Crete]..."

It would appear that if the instrument used for a libation was a labrys, then the sacrificial bull may itself have been called by a labry-like term, so that a "labyrinth" may then mean bull-cage or bull-maze. But that would have been a late development. As Latins are from Lydians in my book, it explains why "labrys" is found first of all as a Lydian term. The axe, as a tool for doing work, may be at the root of our "labor" (Latin "labor"), and for that reason could have been called a labrys long before "labyrinth" was coined. Wikipedia claims that "[labyrinth] is interpreted as the 'place of the axe.'"

Then came to mind a laver, which is defined in my dictionary as: "In the ancient Jewish Temple, a large ceremonial vessel for washing." The term would be from the Latin, "lavare" = to wash. I have a hard time, however, reconciling a wash tub (even if utilized for washing the implements of animal sacrifices) with the axe that slaughters the animals, though it may be that a tub was used to catch the blood of the labrys victim. The Hebrew word for "laver" (essentially our tub) is not at all "labry."

In the article below, we find that Hercules took the labrys of the Amazonian queen, Hippolyte. The axe was then retained for generations, as a cult symbol, by the descendants of Hercules, the Mysian proto-Lydians (not really, this is just myth talk exposing what peoples the symbol belonged to), but ended up in the hands of a statue to Zeus in Caria. The Labraunda webpage above says that this Zeus cult was in Labraunda/Labranda " the mountains near the coast of Caria in Asia Minor [and] was held sacred by Carians and Mysians alike."

As the Labrys was the symbol of Amazons to begin with (i.e. queen Hippolyte). it's interesting that Theseus, the Athenian king who killed the Minotaur of the labyrinth, is in some myth versions given Hippolyta as wife, while in another myth had a son called, "Hippolytus." It would appear that one can draw a line from the Hypolyte Amazons to an alliance with Theseus of Athens, and I would submit that Daedalus was from the same sort of Athenian background. That is, from Cecrops, who was half Amazonian snake. At the webpage below, one can see an old illustration of Theseus killing the Minotaur, where the characters appear Aztec-like.

It was Greenway who first pointed out to me that the double-axe was a symbol of Britomartis. Then I found that it was also a symbol of Scythians/Sacae, and to that I'll add that Saxon families use the "Saxon Axe" symbol to this day on their Coats of Arms. It is my opinion that "Saca" meant "to cut," as in the Italian "sega" = saw. Our English word, "scythe," refers to the sickle-like tool on a long handle. The Wikipedia article (above) on the labrys says that the Greeks called the double axe a "sagaris." From this, "liberate" (Latin "liberare") occurs to me, in the idea of separating things, and therefore seems a plausible cognate of "labrys." At the Labrys webpage, we see an illustration of Hephaestus holding a double-bladed axe, and the article describes the Aztec-like scene like so: "Hephaestus ritually flees his act of slicing open the head of Zeus to free Athena." Note the word, "free." In myth, Athena was born from the head of Zeus in this way, so that Athena and Zeus are both made connected to the Amazon/Cretan double axe symbol. Hephaestus was himself a peoples of Athens.

Because Athena was also in Libya, it strikes me that "Lybia" is similar to terms under discussion, and that Lybians were of Berber-branch Amazons, related to mythical Gorgon Medusa. Originating from Lydia-based Cyrene, there were Libyans called "Meshwesh" (evoking Meshech), who provided cattle for far off Malkata (evoking Molech) near Egyptian Thebes. To support my Athena identification of the Egyptian god, Aten, Wikipedia says that "Originally the palace [of Makata] was known as the Palace of the Dazzling Aten." It would be in these north-African Amazons that I would seek the builders of American pyramids.

To now suggest that Zeus was merely a Scythian peoples makes sense in light of the crudity by which Curetes (crude, Curete?) conducted themselves. But it reveals that this highest god was a non-Greek peoples...unless we re-define Greeks as civilized Scythians. Yes, civilized Gorgons moved in as "Hellenes." The Lydians were Gorgons too. I am therefore confident that Zeus depicted an early form of the Gargarian-Amazon alliance that Herodotus spoke of, who he said became the Sarmations/Sauromatians = Alans.

As the Picts are sometimes said to have become American Indians, the axe certainly comes to mind, and perhaps the Peuceti (sons of Daedalus and therefore related to the Orcs) were just those Picts. It is only now that I realize the Pict-Iapyges possibility, but even if untrue, "Iapyges" brings to mind "Apache," Indians who live(d) in Mexico, Texas, and Arizona, in the same general region as the Aztecs.

Moreover, I realized on this same morning that HippoLyte and HippoLytus were the Lydians (anciently "Lydus" and "Leto"), something I think I failed to realize thus far. This is important, for it roots Lydians in Amazons, something that makes sense in the Mysian ancestry of Lydians if indeed the Mysians were A-Mysi-ons. I have given evidence somewhere in the book that Mysians were Meshech. The Iapyges become Arthur-important in about 20 chapters from here...which reminds me, few are going to read this book until I make some major convincing discoveries that generate enough interest to put up with so much speculative reading. Now, in February, I think I can promise just that. End Update]


The Double Helix of the Caduceus
There are many new revelations in this one chapter alone.
For one, I've found the nest of the swan
in the Gogi-Rukhs.

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