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Written late, with a new Hebrew theme, June 2006.
Reading previous chapters will make this one better understood.

The slaying of the dragon by Cadmus was in relation to his becoming the founder of Thebes, and serving as proof that the name of this city was rooted in Abrahamic Sheba is the fact that it was the capital of Boeotia (i.e. a region possibly named after Buzites, sons of Nahor). This may seem like a long-shot, but recall that I had deciphered the odd Greek term, "Chthon" as the Cutha Kabalists; so now read this: "The sons of Chthonius replaced the descendants of Cadmus on the throne of Thebes for many years."

The Chthonians took the Thebes throne when the son of Cadmus died, that son, Polydorus, evoking the Dorians of Israel since Cadmus was from Tyre (not far from Dor). In other words, I would suggest that Cadmus depicted the Cati/Kahuians mixed with the Trojan Sea Peoples (this mix may have defined the Phoenicians wholly) that started out from the Israeli coastal strip, but then moved to the Khassi region of Cilicia, and then to the Kabeiri region of Pessinos (near Troy) before entering Greece at Thebes.

It is in the same Cadmus myth that his brother, Cilix, is said to stop at Cilicia and name the country after himself, which of course is non-historical. The reality is that some of Cadmus' peoples who were migrating to Thebes had remained at Cilicia, and these would be the Cati of Khassi that myth writers only afterward depicted as Cilix. Were the Cati, therefore, of the Holy Calyx/Grail line?

The Cati peoples depicted by Cadmus had not stopped at Cilicia, and, as the myth goes, Cadmus went seeking Europa in Boeotia. Europa was made his sister for the obvious reason that Cadmus' migration went further than Thebes and Boeotia, into Europe. In harmony with Zeus' appearance to Europa as a white bull and removing her to Crete, the historical reality of Cadmus seeking her in Boeotia translates to a Phoenician migration from Crete to the Boeotia region. I'll bet you my best dodo bird that this branch of Phoenicians had gone to the Zeus-crazy region of Dodona in north-west Greece (facing the heel of Italy), the gate to Illyrium and eastern Italy. I'm keeping an eye out in case this migration defines that of Abrahamic Dedan to eastern Italy, where the Taddei name is found to this day in Abruzzo province.

Dodona was in the country of "Epirus," that term evoking Aphareus, son of Perieres, son of Enarete. This is important because I identified her as Nerthus, the Earth Mother, while that Mother was central in Dodona. Keep in mind that she depicts the Creation story wherein Adam is made from the dirt, and that the term, "chthon" is commonly used to denote a mysterious peoples whose origins are old/unknown enough to warrant an origin from the ground, for "chthon" means "earth" in Greek. That's a bunch of bahooey; my conclusion is that the chthon term defines the same as worshiped Earth Mother: the Kabalists.

I've noted that and "Perieres" and "Ferrari" are similar enough to make a short comment, that the Taddei family was close to the Ferrari family; my grandmother had a Taddei and a Ferrari for her parents. As I am tracing these families to Wales, I'll now mention that Plato named "Ampheres" as one of the ten sons of Poseidon in Atlantis/Wales, a term closely resembling Perieres' son, Aphareus. Plato also named "Diaprepres," very similar to the Perieres himself. It almost appears as though Plato was randomly sticking in an odd letter here, and an off-the-wall suffix/prefix there, to keep us off track. Plato made the twin of Diaprepres, "Azaes," perhaps referring to the Assi/Kassite peoples of Iran.

Behold that the Dorian invasion of Greece began from Epirus! This coincides with my theory that the Greek Dorians were from Dor, Israel, and moved with Kassite-based Gittites (of Gath) and other Dagon- worshiping "Cats" to Dodona. To support this position further, "the 5th-century historian Thucydides, [said] the Epirotes were 'barbarians.' The only Epirotes regarded as Greek were the Aeacidae, who were members of the Molossian royal house." That is, the Epirotes were regarded as non-Greeks, as were the Dorians; it was the Kabalists themselves which included Dorians in the three branches of Hellen, but others disagreed. Those who disagree must yet come to terms that Hebrews were an integral part of the Greeks. Indeed, behold that after the Molossians ceased to rule in Epirus, the "Chaones" followed!!! Others say that the Chaonians also ruled the region before the Molossians came to power.

I can't prove (yet, anyway) that the Chaonians were the Cohen Cats (i.e. Cati/Khassi), but it sure seems compelling. Doesn't "Epirus" smack of "Abiru/Apiru," after all??? This is astounding, for Abruzzo was named after the Abreu surname. It makes possible that the mythical "Aphirius" (son of Enarete) depicted the same Abiru Hebrews; recall my suggestion that Aphirius depicted a Persian-Hebrew mix in Mesopotamia, in that he and his father (Perieres) depicted Elamites who put forth the Persians (that became attached to the (Hebrew) dragon sun god). At the time of making that suggestion (a couple of days ago), I had not yet seen how "Aphirius" evokes "Apiru." Nor did I trace the Cohen Cats to Dodona because I had pre-concluded that Epirus evoked "Apiru."

I had never before understood Dodona's importance in the dragon line, but suddenly it appears central to my own bloodline. These Dodoni are those that I suspect evolved into the Taddei and the Tadini (Tudors?) of Wales; perhaps the two are diverging branches of the Dodoni. Recall that Aeneas (Trojan ruler) had relations with a mythical "Dido." I just learned (yesterday) that Aeneas had come to Epirus before founding the Romans:

"Buthrotos (or Buthrotum) was a city in Epirus where Helenus, the Trojan seer, built a replica of Troy. Aeneas landed there and Helenus foretold his future."

If I was correct in identifying Aphareus as the founder of Corinth under its previous name (Ephyra), it's not surprising that: "In 800 B.C. the Corinthians founded colonies in the area [of Epirus]" (website below). And if "Aphareus" is an "Apiru" term in disguise, the Kabalists would become the founders of proto-Corinth, suggesting also that the Merovingian boar line refers to the Kabalists. Might "boar" have derived from a syllable in "Abiru"?

[Update July 3 -- Kathleen the Kat (an assistant to this new Hebrew-based work for a couple of weeks now) shared a verse from the KJV that my Hebrew interlinear (by Greene) seems to mutilate by translating some of the people groups as non-people terms (i.e. judges, emissaries, consuls, officials, and perhaps the most important people-group (Dehavites) of all, it translates as "that is."). The verse, Ezra 4:9, reveals a list of peoples that the Assyrian king transplanted into Samaria when he deported Israelites to the Kabala Strip in Mesopotamia. One of those are the Apharsites, and another are the Apharsekites/Apharsathkites, either one evoking the mythical Aphareus. Both the Elamites and the Shusankites (of Susa, I presume) are included in the list. The NIV translates the Apharsites as "Persia." Thanks Kathleen for this support. End Update]

I would venture to claim that in the Dodoni are the roots of both the Saxons (because they worshipped Nerthus) and the Welsh. That is, herein are the roots of both the red and white dragon lines. It would appear that the Chaonians were/became largely Dedanite at this point in their European migration. The Chaonians had the country of Chaonia named after them. A mythical figure, Chaon, was invented, and made the brother of the above-mentioned seer, doubt codeword to depict a branch of the Hellenes. Which branch? It agrees with my previous theory (only a few days old) that the Aeolian Hellenes were west-moving Kabalists that founded western Atlantis.

Recall that Aeolus and Boiotus (twins) founded Atlantis together, and so now see that Helenus founded the Epirus city of Buthrotos, intended as a new Troy. As Atlantis is fundamentally a Troy entity, it would appear that the same who founded Buthrotos went to found a new Troy in Britain, which, we might suspect, was named similar to Buthrotos. Bude in Cornwall comes to mind, as does the island of Bute. Buthrotos evokes the mythical Butes, priest of Poseidon but also king of Sicily, thus showing the Bute jump from Epirus to Italy. Bute was known either as Erechtheus/Erechthonius himself, or his twin:

"According to Apollodorus, Erechtheus II had a twin brother named Butes who married Erechtheus' daughter Chthonia. Erechtheus was father by his wife Praxithea of several daughters:...Oreithyia, Chthonia, and Merope..." (italics mine to emphasize Chthon and Cutha terms, at times buried/hidden in the codes)

There we have another Merope term, but note too "Oreithyia," since the Atlanteans made Erethlyn (Wales) a capital. Now behold that Oreithyia and Boreas (of Thrace) gave birth to "Chione." Coincidence??? Another Chione (i.e. the same peoples elsewhere) was made a daughter of Daedalion. Dedanites? Taddei? Dodoni? The father of Daedalion was styled, "Hesperos," and that of course refers to the Hesperide garden in Atlantis. His daughter Chione gave birth to Autolycus, having the "Auto" prefix that, as I showed previously, refers to Atlanteans. Autolycus appears in myth as a Hercules branch, and, as Hercules stole cattle from Geryon (in Erethlyn), so Autolycus was depicted as stealing cattle.

In Greek mythology, Geryon (Geryones, Geyron), son of Chrysaor and Callirhoe, was a fearsome titan who dwelt on the island Erytheia of the mythic Hesperides in the far west of the Mediterranean"

I would now point out that yet another Chione was made the daughter of Callirhoe so that in every way Chione (the Chaonians of Epirus, I assume, and the Cohens leading to the Stewarts, I suspect) was associated closely with western Atlantis. And so when we learn that Butes was a priest of Poseidon, we must ask if he a Cohen of Poseidon?

Poseidon with Chione gave birth to Eumolpus, who evokes the Cats depicted by Plato's "Gadeirus" since he was assigned (also by Plato) the Greek name of "Eumelus." Aside from his being in Ethiopia where there was yet another Merops, Eumolpus moved to Eleusis (Greece) where he "became one of the first priests [Cohanim?] of Demeter and one of the founders of the Eleusinian Mysteries. He initiated Heracles into the mysteries."

It is clear that these influential mysteries, akin to Freemasonic themes and ceremonies, were a Gorgon/Gogi invention based in Ladon (i.e. proto-Latin) peoples. The priest-infested ceremonies and celebrations occurred in the month of Boedromion, a name peculiar to Attic/Athenian calendar, wherefore the month seems rooted in Butes, the High Priest of Athens. Pigs were slaughtered at the days-long events, wherefore if these were Hebrew-based celebrations, the sheer blasphemy is noted. Might the Rosicrucian boar symbol have depicted the Hebrew Kabalists for just such an unkosher attribute that they gladly accepted?

"Boedromion was the first month of the Attic calendar. It contained the Eleusinian mysteries, which lasted from the 15th to 21st days of that month."

The Attic calendar had it's first month six months away from the first month used by the rest of the world. Instead of being in mid-winter, Boedromion was in mid-summer, exactly a reflection of the Hebrew calendar wherein the first month, Tishri, is in September (see rear of Strong's Concordance for details). And because the Bible makes it clear that the Feast of Tabernacles was from the 15th to the 21st of Tishri, one cannot help but connect the above quote to that Hebrew feast. And that's why the slaughter of pigs during the Eleusian celebrations must have been intended as deliberate blasphemies against the God of Israel.

Please do not fail to see that the Israelite feast was also called "Feast of Booths." I'll bet my snake-skin galoshes that "Butes" means "booth" for that reason. Note too that the Attic calendar started the first day of the month at the new moon, as does the Hebrew calendar in the Bible and to this day.

As I've said, Atti(s) named the Attica province that housed Athens, and because this sun god is depicted in myth as having castrated himself, it is thought that he represented a transvestite cult (which the Romans called "Galli"). When Attis went to Pessinos (the Kabeiri-infested town) to marry the princess there, the king of Pessinos also castrated himself (i.e. joined the Attis cult). Wikipedia claims that these mythical castration events were fore-runners to "the self-castrating corybantes who devoted themselves to Cybele."

These Corybantes were the Daktyloi (mentioned previously), the very Zeus-proper peoples who became the Trojans proper, and as we can see that they were Cybele worshipers, even as Cybele was both mother and wife of Attis, so the whole lot of them are revealed as Hebrews of the Kabala cult, for "Cybele" was also "Kybele." In that case, the castrations were not literal, but rather a depiction of circumcision. No? I think yes, for circumcision was a Hebrew phenomenon. The hermaphrodite (both male not female) entity that Kybele evolved into upon being raped by Zeus -- Agdistis -- appears to have a "testis" (a Latin word) buried within it. I can also see a "Gadis."

At the above Attis website, one can learn that Attis was connected to the Phrygian Cap (also "Liberty Cap"); there is a statue of Attis wearing one. While it doesn't look fully like the modern bowl-shaped Hebrew kippa, wouldn't it have been the precursor to it? One can actually trace the dragon bloodline by noting which peoples wore it:

"The Phrygian cap can also be seen on the Trajan's Column carvings, worn by the Dacians, and on the Arch of Septimius Severus worn by the Parthians. The Macedonian, Thracian, Dacian and 12th century Norman military helmets had a forward peaked top design resembling the Phrygian cap."

This is very well for my tracing of the dragon because the Cap connects the Getae Thracians (later the Dacians) to the Parthians (Gorgons originally), through to what I claim were MakEdones, and finally to the Norse Normans. All of the above are therefore suspected as having Kabala-Hebrew elements. But what's shocking is that the Phrygian Cap is "the official seals of the United States Army and the United States Senate." (website above). See the Senate seal. My off-the-wall theory is that the Phrygian Cap was a priestly head-covering originating in the Cohens of Kabala. Says the Italian Jew to me: Kippah you ideas to yourself!

Noah, I won't. Lookie here at another person who wore the Phrygian cap; Marianne, symbol of France:

"Marianne is a symbol of the French Republic. She is an allegorical figure of liberty and the Republic and first appeared at the time of the French Revolution. The earliest representations of Marianne are of a woman wearing a Phrygian cap."

What does that mean to you have been hood-winked into believing that the Merovingians worshipped Mary Magdalene? Doesn't it show what should be obvious, that the Franks who started that hoax were deceivers and low-down snakes, who worshipped instead another Mary, from the Trojans?

Helenus, founder of Buthrotor ("round booth"?), was made son of Priam (a Trojan ruler), and this squares with the fact that the Merovingians trace themselves to Trojans. In fact, the mythical Chaon can be viewed as a proto-Merovingian peoples if only someone could prove that Merovee derives from the mythical term, Merops, for Priam's first wife was the daughter of Merops ("bee eater"), king of a region (Percote) near Troy (Kabeiri and Pessinos were also near Troy). Have you noticed that the Molossi peoples appear as molasses, defined by my dictionary as "honey-like"?

Helenus came from a line formed by Dardanus and his wife, Batea; she has the alternative identity of Arisbe, which happens to be the first wife of Priam; that is, Batea/Arisbe was the daughter of Merops...for which reason I will tentatively view she and the Batea peoples as proto-Merovingians. Recall that I had identified Dardanus as a Tartar/Tatar branch and therefore as Dedanites. Since there is no mention of Chaon as a son of Priam's second wife, Hecuba (Jacob?), it may be that Chaon was the son of Arisbe/Batea.

The brother of Helenus (by the same parents) was "Cassandra," which could translate to "men of Cass" i.e. Kassites, or, more specifically, the Cati of Cilicia. Remembering that the Calhoun surname has been modified to "Cowan," and seeing now that "Calhoun" is similar to "Helen," might Helenus have depicted the Chaonians (of Epirus), whom we can suspect were from the Kahuians from that Khassi part of Cilicia that was home to the Cati? It may be that Chaon was made the brother of Helenus for that very reason, that Helenus himself was a Chaonian.

The wife of Helenus was Andromache, a daughter of King Eetion of Thebe (not Thebes). Thebe was in Asia Minor near Troy, but in a province named "Cilicia"!!

One account says that Hercules named Thebe after Thebes; the two cities may have been variations of "Sheba," for as Sheba named the Svi (Swedes), while Odin was from the Edones, so we see that the king of Thebe was styled, "Eetion," a Getae/Edone clue if ever I saw one. As the peoples there were called Cilicians, it seems certain that they were the Cati/Khassi (Cassandra?) from greater Cilicia. And as Thebe was in the region of Pessinos and Kabeiri, it seems certain also that Helenus was connected to the Kabalists.

Tammuz/Dumuzi was brought to Greece as "Adonis," and he was part-time lover with Hephaistos' wife, Aphrodite, which, if you look carefully, translates to Abru-dite. It's interesting also that Hecuba's father was Dymas. Hecuba, which sounds like "Jacob," was the wife possibly of Abraham's descendants, for if we place a vowel on her husband's name, Priam, we get "Apriam." Whether these were in some way Israelites or not I cannot say right now, but if I'm correct, the Trojans were Abraham's offspring. So I'll suggest again that Thebe, near Troy, was named after Abraham's granddaughter, Sheba.

Eetion was the father also of Podes, which evokes both the Podas (i.e. Po) river, where I expect that the Chaonians moved to, since after all the Merovingians were from the Veneti and the Ligurians on that river. Just as I expect that these same peoples made their way to Abruzzo as well, so a Wikipedia article says that "Another Eetion, also mentioned in the Iliad, ruled over the island of Imbros." While Imbros was off the coast of Troy, the term evokes Umbria, a province beside Abruzzo. Indeed, just as Lemnos was off the coast of Troy and near Imbros, so we see that Etruscans, who lived on Lemnos, ended up smack beside the Umbrians of Italy.

A certain Neoptolemus, who, because he was also known as "Pyrrhus," may have been a branch of Aphareus = "Abiru." This Neoptolemus stole Helenus and his sister (Andromache) from Thebe, taking them to Epirus to be his slaves. The Dodoni of Epirus, which may have been some of those stolen from Thebe, can now be viewed more credibly as Sheba's brother, Dedan. This same Neoptolemus term, in the real world, "was the father of Molossus and ancestor of Olympias, the mother of Alexander the Great," the first/primary king of Daniel 7's third globalist beast (

Was Helenus (as a Sheba and Dedan mix) the same as Herodotus' Geloni, who were Greek refugees that built the city of Helonus/Gelonus in the midst of the Budini (in the Ukraine), and lived there not only with the Budini but with the Neuri? I have a hunch that the whole lot became settled in Scandinavia, to produce Odin, the Aesir, and the Norwegians. Consider that the Batavians of Germany came forth from the Catti (also of Germany). Wouldn't the Catti (also "Chatti") have been the Holy Grail line from Cilicia though to Helenus in Epirus? Well if Helenus was codeword for the Geloni, wherefore he/they moved to live with the Budini, wouldn't the Geloni have been the Holy Grail Cati? If so, then surely the Batavians coming forth from the Catti were the Budini migrated to Germany with the Geloni. And it just so happens that the Catti were integrated with the Merovingians, claimants to the Holy Grail. Wikipedia puts it this way: "The Chatti...were incorporated in the kingdom of Clovis I..." (website below).

As I would confidently connect the Cati of Cilicia to the Khassi of Cilicia, so note the following quote concerning the Catti of Germany that equates the Catti and Khassi terms:

"Many historians are of the opinion that the Chasuarii were the same as the people called the Chattuarii mentioned by several authors."

The question is, did the same Cats enter Scandinavia long before they became the Catti and Batavians, or did they go to Britain as the Bude of Cornwall?

There was a ruler of Jerusalem, Abdi-Heba, whose "Abdi" portion may have been more-correctly "Abudi." He ruled under the powers of Egypt, indicating that the period in view was quite early, earlier than the Judges of Israel, in the period of the Jebusites (inhabitants of Jerusalem). In a letter written to Pharaoh (unidentified), Abdi-Heba requests Pharaoh's support against a certain Labaya, complaining that "...the deed (i.e. title] of the sons of Labaya, who have given [i.e. deeded] the land of [Egyptian-controlled Canaan] to the 'Apiru."

What's that? Labaya had deeded the land of Canaan to the Apiru? Were these the Israelites of/after Joshua? I can't say yet. It may have been the Chaldee Kabalists in Israel who settled Cilicia and then Thebe of Phrygia. Doesn't the "p" version of "Abiru" remind us of the "Epirus" region, after all?

Labaya was accused, in various other letters to Pharaoh, of using "Apiru" fighters to invade Megiddo. The "p" spelling also appears in Labaya's letter of response (to Pharaoh), where he denies all accusations. The king of Megiddo (Biridya) had sent letter to Pharaoh asking for only 100 fighters to fend Labaya off, indicating (to us) how small Labaya's forces were, and suggesting a period during, or shortly after, Abraham.

I haven't read the book of Judges over to see if Egypt had invaded Israel during the time of the Judges, but I checked with Strong's Concordance just now and found no mentions of either Egypt or Pharaoh that would indicate an invasion (Egypt seems very invisible after God's ten plagues against her). Therefore this scenario regarding the Apiru, if it isn't in relation to the coming of Joshua, which I don't think it is, must concern the Chaldean Hebrews.

You can take my word for it, or you can read the article at the website below: the Apiru and Abiru of historical records are almost always those of Chaldee/Mesopotamia, and even when Apiru are cited in Israel/Canaan, they may yet be the Chaldeans as opposed to Israelites proper. The website makes this clear, and gives one example where king Amenhotep II (of Egypt) takes over 36,000 Hurrian, and 3,600 Apiru, prisoners from Palestine. They appear to me like dragon-line "Cats" living in Israel.

Labaya was moreover accused of war designs against Gezer (north of Gath), a term that smacks of Gether/Khazar. Remember, the Kassite-Abiru mix I spoke of was known as Kothar-wa-Khasis. The website above tells of a certain AS.GAZ logogram found abundantly in Sumerian and Hittite (i.e. pre-Israelite) records, and yet no one has understood/discovered (says the website) why that term was used to represent the Apiru. Might the GAZ portion have furnished Gath, Gaza, Gezer, and other localities that came to be inhabited by Canaanites and later Philistines? Did GAZ have roots in "Gozar," "Khaz(ar)", "Cutha"? Did the GAZ put forth the Getae Thracians, the Gades/Gadir of Atlantis, the Cati and Khassi of Cilicia, the Catti of Germany?

What about the Celts, that are not only reflected in Plato's "Cleito," mother of all western Atlanteans, but in "Chaldee"??? Know that Chaldee is defined as that part of Babylon that was home to Semites/Hebrews. How did the Semites come to be represented by that term? I would say it had to do with the Galli term that came to denote members of the Kabeiri. It's certainly a tenable theory in that "Gaul" and "Celt" became inter-changeable terms. If that makes the Gauls rooted in the Galli, so be it. It may explain why France was/is so femme and "gay."

A good clue as to the identification of the AS portion is in the use of ASG.GAZ by the Akkadians. Problem is, I haven't a clue what that good clue means, but I'll keep it in mind. [Update, next morning. Yesterday "Asgard" came to mind, but I didn't want to print it; no proof. Today, in re-reading here, As(h)kenazi seems a much better choice; but might not the mythical Asgard have been referring to the Askenazi? I have been wondering for quite some time if the city of Ashkelon/Ascalon between Gath and Gaza was part of the Kothar-wa-Khasis settlements]. Note what is said to be a Hebrew-Meshech alliance that seems pertinent to the Cat peoples:

"An inscription on a statue found at Alalakh in southeastern Anatolia, the Mitanni prince Idrimi of Aleppo (who lived from about 1500 BC to 1450 BC), tells that, after his family had been forced to flee to Emar, he left them and joined the 'Hapiru people' in 'Ammija in the land of Canaan'. The Hapiru recognized him as the 'son of their overlord' and 'gathered around him;' they are said to include 'natives of Halab, of the country of Mushki, people from the country of Nihi..." (Habiru website above). Inscription at

Was Nihi named after Nahor?

In the inscription, king Idrimi claims "Teshub, the lord of the sky," to be his god. He came to rule a "Mukish" region (that the above website translated "Mushki") at Mount Hazi. Hazi was "on the northern coast of Syria, called Hazi in Hittite, Mons Casius in Latin." (italics mine)

This Hazi region, in other words, evokes the Cati of Khassi in Cilicia, as though the Teshub worshipers of Hazi (10 miles north of Ugarit) moved just around the Mediterranean bend to Khassi. Teshup was related to the god, "hd," which is "theoretically vocalized as Haddu," says Wikipedia, but "usually normalized as Hadad in translations and discussions." This is probably due to the associations of hd (could just as well be "Hada/Hadi") with the Akkadian Adad, he, like Teshub, being an integral part of the dragon sun-god pantheon (back in Sumeria). Not only does "Hada/Hadi" evoke "Cutha", "Gadi/Cati", etc., but Dedan is again brought to bear in "The name Adad and various alternate forms and bynames (Dadu, Bir, Dadda)..." (brackets not mine).

Now, then, with Teshub and Hadad being closely paired in northern Syria, but also back in Armenia and Mesopotamia, wouldn't they be a recollection of Sheba and Dedan? Is it a coincidence that Teshub's wife was "Hebat," what could easily be a modification of "Sheba"? If it was such a modification, the ruler of Jerusalem, Abdi-Heba, may just have been from Sheba, as that throne name is thought to be the same as Hebat.

The father of Teshub was "Kumarbi." If it is linguistically acceptable to change the "arbi" portion to "abri," then, if a reversal had been affected to net Kum-Abri, the original term would have been Abri-kum = Abraham. After all, Sheba was Abraham's (literal) grandson. I understand that such a reversal of syllables had been effected commonly, especially if myth writers wanted to keep secrets.

The point here is that proto-Israel had been inhabited by Hebrews long before the Israelites of Goshen arrived, and the finger points to a region between Jerusalem and the Mediterranean. Yet these had been a wicked bunch in God's eyes, so much so that they are not at all represented among Israelites. They were the dragon in Israel, and they no doubt furnished the Samaritans, the Sadducees, Pharisees, Essenes, and became meshed with many pagan/ungodly rulers of the Kings period.


My Calydonian Boar Hunt
My best shot at identifying the Caledonians of Scotland,
as being from Hermes-based Corinthians,
and Golden-Fleece line Gogi.

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