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Written late, with a new Hebrew theme, July 2006,and edited July 2010,
with the realization that mythical Aphareus represented the Hyksos of their Nile capital, Avaris.

The storyline of this chapter borrows from the mythical genealogies at the following website.

Greece was founded by multiple mythical characters, and each version should be dissected for what it's worth. In one version, Inachus was the first peoples of the Argolis, who founded the twin cities of Argos and Mycenae. From the peoples in which Inachus depicted there came forth the Carians settled at nearby Megara.

The Inachus peoples furnished a tribe/alliance depicted as Apis/Apia, and I'll assume tentatively that these were the Avviy/Avvites from pre-Israel. Because Inachus was made "married" to Melia ("honey"), I will also entertain -- especially upon learning that the Appian Way (Roman road to Greece) was named after bees -- that Apis/Apia was code for a bee-line peoples. Apis peoples were such wicked tyrants that myth writers attempted to disassociate Argus from Apis.

On the very same day that I wrote the paragraph above, I found a message on my answering machine from Kathleen, who said that I need to check the dictionary under "Apian." And there it was, that our English "apiarian" and "apiarist" relate to bees and beekeepers, and that they are rooted in the Greek word, "apis," meaning "bee" (singular). Now I understand how "MerOPES/MerOPS" is said to mean "bee eater" or "bee something-else." An online dictionary ( says: "...from apis "bee," a mystery word unrelated to any similar words in other I.E. [Indo-European] languages." The Appian Way was started and overseen by the Roman Patrician, Appius Claudius Caecus.

Inachus also put forth the Telchines under code words Telegonus, Telchus, and Thelxion. The Inachus branch under codeword "Io" (his daughter) were allied to the Telchines and together they ruled Egypt, this being the meaning of Io's marriage to Telegonus, king of Egypt. As the Io peoples will be shortly revealed as the mythical Aphareus, where he depicts the historical Apharsites (found also in the Bible), thought by the NIV and many others to depict the Persians, we can now begin to reveal Inachus as a Persian branch of some sort.

As I trace Inachus to Aphareus-based Persians in Israel, keep in mind that Aphareus, who must have depicted the historical Apharsi/Aparni, may just have been the Apiru-Persian mix that I define as the dragon cult. I'm going to share ideas in another chapter from the website of a scholarly writer who equates the Apharsi with Avars and meanwhile traces Avars to the Dehava, the latter found in conjunction with the Apharsites within the Ezra-4:9 list of anti-Israeli peoples living in Israel (if your Bible version doesn't include the whole list in Ezra 4:9, see online for the entire list).

Inachus put forth "Argus," and I would suggest that these are the Biblical Archevites, also found in Ezra 4:9 in conjunction with the Apharsites. The Archevites are moreover revealed by reputable sources (e.g. Strong's) as the peoples of Erech/Uruk (early home of the dragon cult). It is not a small announcement to identify Argives as the carriers of the Tammuz/Ishtar cult of Erech.

Aphareus gave birth to Lynceus, and while there are two such names in mythology, I would view them as the same peoples but at two different times/situations. The Lynceus that is not technically the son of Aphareus was the son of Aegyptus, meaning that Aegyptus and Aphareus can be equated, serving also to reveal that Aphareus became a Greek peoples in one branch and in another the Aryan rulers of Egypt...the same rulers roughly as depicted by Io, Inachus' "daughter."

As Aegyptus was made the brother of Danaus, the two may very well depict the Dinaites likewise found in the same Ezra-4:9 list of anti-Israeli peoples...who were all living in Israel along with the Cutha and Avvites. True, they are said by the Bible (2 Kings 17:24) to have come to Israel during the Assyrian exile of Israelites, but it's thereby possible that they had settled Samaria (northern Israel) in centuries prior, even before the Israelites had been a nation. This mention of the Dinaites is something to really think about for those who have committed themselves to tracing Europeans or Danaus to the Israelite tribe of Dan. I sense that the Dina-ites were the same as Tinia/Thyni (of Thrace/Phrygia), sacred root of the Etruscans, Scandinavians, Germanics, and Celts/Britons.

We find that Lynceus was assigned the son, Abas, a term that I am strongly tempted to equate with the Avvites. Abas is then assigned twins, Acrisius and Proetus. Whereas the latter seemed elusive, a more common variation was "Proteus." The author of "The Greek Myths," Robert Graves, "notes that in the earliest version Proteus is Perseus' father."

Proteus is made the son of either Poseidon or Nereus with Doris, and quite often when there is a double parentage, both should be regarded as possibly true. As Nereus was the fish god, he could equate with Dagon, in which case Doris would equate with the city of Dor (Israeli coast north of Joppa) where Dagon was worshiped. But as Zeus was equated with Dagon himself by a Phoenician whistle blower (Sanchuniathon) who found documents telling what the mythical secrets were, it could indicate that Proteus was Pro-Zeus, especially as Zeus mated with Danae to give birth to Perseus. This tells us that Zeus depicted a Dor(is) peoples (makes sense for a peoples also depicted as "Taurus").

"Acrisius" I would then suspect to be Ekron, one of five cities (south of Joppa) in which the Bible says were left to the Avvites when Joshua conquered Israel (Joshua 13:3). The deduction thus far in this reasoning is that the Avvites were from the (historical) Apharsites. Keep in mind that Proteus was made the twin of Acrisius, so that whatever we determine for Acrisius' identity, the near-same ought to be true of the Proteus>Perseus line to Argos.

If one can connect the Apharsites to the Dehava (also "Dahae") using historical documents, one could have support for a Dehava-Avvite connection, which is important in that Dehava (founders of Dagestan) was in Avar country (Avars live there to this day). And, "Avar" and "Apharsite" are a near-perfect match.

While Zeus was made the husband of Danae, Acrisius (a Danaan from that alliance) was assigned the same Danae for a daughter, which could suggest a Danaan birth in Ekron, or even mount Acra in Jerusalem. Indeed, Danaus' mother was made, Achiroe. (Ignore that Ekron, Gaza. etc. were Philistine cities, for the Avvites at this point had not yet been conquered by the Philistines, who were yet in Caphtor/Crete at this time).

I'm not making a Danae-Dahae equation, by the way, even as Ezra distinguishes between the Dina-ites and the Dehava. If I'm correct in pegging the Dina-ites as the Thyni/Bithyni/Budini, then they were of Buz, son of Nahor, even as the Neuri lived among the Budini. This would imply that the Budii Medes were either the same as the Busae/Buzi Medes even though Herodotus distinguished the two, or that the Budini were not from the Budii, but rather had acquired its "d" from Buz > Bud.

The Buzi may have been at the heart of the Eden cult of Mesopotamia, later the Edones of Thrace but possibly also the Edones of Megiddo(n) (near Dor). Assuming with some logic that "Utu" (the dragon sun god of Eden) was a Sumerian form of "Adam," the first-born of Nahor may have been named after Adam, for this son's name, as spelled by the Bible, was "Uts" (Genesis 22:21).

"Buz," we may conjecture in light of the sacred bee line, came to mean "bee." But as a hive is described by occultists as an empire, we subjects being the bees that provide honey/taxes for the royals, where an empire is also a House, it's of no surprise that "beth/bet/bute" came to mean "house" (Old English "hus" perhaps from "pos" = house). As Positano, a Naples-region city said to be named after Poseidon, is said to be named after "posa" = house, I would suggest that "Poseidon" means "House of Eden" while at the same time indicating the house of the Busae/Buzi Medes.

Zeus was raised by bees on Crete, which symbol potentially ties to either Buz or the Avvites, or both. Zeus ancestry in Buz could then explain why Pro-Zeus (i.e. Proteus) was given birth by Poseidon (= BuzEidon in this book) as well (as Nereus). Because Nereus was a fish-like god-of-the-sea -- i.e. very much like Poseidon himself -- it suggests a close relationship between the two, which would be the obvious case if Nereus depicted, as I suspect, Nahorites.

Was "Nahor" broken into two syllables such that he came to be called "Hor" and "Horites"? That may seem like a stretch, but if Horites were Hurrians, and if Hurrians were named after Haran, the city in which Nahor lived, the stretch is shortened. Haran was also "Charan," smacking of" Cronus."

Perseus was made to mate with Andromeda in Joppa, said by some to be named after Jupiter (or Japheth). The modern name of the city, Jaffa, smacks a little of Javan, son of Japheth. Keep in mind that Io, thought to have depicted "Ionians," a term supposed to have been corrupted from "Javan," was, like Zeus, depicted as a white Taurus, and that he and she were made to mate. That would explain why Proteus/ProZeus was in Joppa (as father of Perseus), But as Io was made to name the Bosphorus strait, it's clear that she depicted the Busae/Buzi bee line too, a Semite line in my book.

I'll mention here, as is appropriate, that "Joppa is also the name shared by a number of villages in Scotland; one on the outskirts of Edinburgh, another on the outskirts of Ayr." Ayr over-looks the island of Bute, and of course Edinburgh seems named after Eden! That's the fast-man's way of connecting the Eden-ite dragon cult to Scotland.

Prior to mating/mixing with Andromeda, Perseus had saved her from a sea monster that was brought against the kingdom of her parents. That sea monster was revealed as the kingdom of Nereus, for Andromeda's kingdom had raised itself in pride above the Nereids (suggesting family ties) to earn the attack of the "monster." Might the Nereids (Nereus' bloodline/kingdom) have been the Nairi of Lake Van since Nereus was the son of Pontus (a Black-sea coastal land near Armenia)? If you missed this point above: Nereus was made the father of ProTeus, wherefore it would seem that Zeus was rooted in the Nairi-Nahorites, even the Bia peoples who named Lake Van...who just may have been from Buz.

It can't be a coincidence that Nereus had 50 children, as had Danaus, as had Aegyptus, as had Caucon (probably same as "Kikon"). This number 50, I think, is code for the Hecatonchire ("100 hands"), which in turn (in my opinion) is code for a Gogi peoples. One (of only three) Cyclopes (monsters virtually the same as Hecatonchire) was "Arges." We're going to identify Arge in a few paragraphs as the Hyperborean peoples...that founded Argos and the Argos bee line, which included a certain Bias. One Hecatonchire (there were only three) was named "Gyges," and another "Cottus." A third was Briareus, while, hmm, the father of Aphareus was Perieres.

When Perseus and AndroMeda mated, they give birth to Gorgophone, perfectly expected in that both Perseus and AndroMeda depict Iranians. I can't help but see that both depicted Gorgons, which would then disclose that Aphareus was himself a depiction of Gorgons. Indeed, Gorgophone was made the mother of Aphareus, this then possibly placing Aphareus peoples in Israel if not Joppa.

Acrisius put Danae and Perseus into a chest and floated them off to sea, meaning that they left Israel by sea, in this case during warfare with Acrisius and while losing the war. We might view Perseus here as Aphareus and Gorgophone going to Greece in an alliance.

I had reasoned that the Phoenicians migrated together (or roughly at the same time) with the Kothar-wa-Khasis of the Gath/Gaza region, to Cilicia, and that the Cati/Khassi peoples of Cilicia then settled a new Cilicia in Phrygia, where they set up their sun god, Attis, and their goddess Kybele, under codename Eetion/Iasion, king of Thebe (no 's' as in "Thebes"). Serving as evidence that the Kabala were in Argos, Iasus is said to give birth to Io, she being the goddess specific of Argos. Iasus appears to be the same as Iasion, the founder of the Kabeiri cult of Kybele>Kabala.

As Danaus is known to have been a descendant of Io, he represented the proto-Kabala cult coming to rule Argos again, yet the city soon went to Lynceus, son of Aegyptus, who killed Danaus. But as a Lynceus was also made the son of Aphareus, it seems an easy deduction (by 2010 anyway) that he represented Hyksos of Avaris, the Hyksos capital on the Nile delta.

When Danaus arrived to Argos, he is said to have expelled Gelanor...a depiction of Sithone Edones, since he was son of Sthenelus. If Gelanor depicts the Geloni who much later fled war to take refuge with the Budini and Neuri, then, if the latter were Nahorites and Buzites, it shows kinship between they and Gelanor Sithones, thus hardening my theory that the Budini had been Edones (of the draco-Eden cult). This then supports the view that the Eden cult was honored by Nahor, and in fact carried by Nahor, if not devised by Nahor and/or his fathers.

"Lynceus" may have become the Lingones of Gaul, who are said to have become the Lugii. Lynceus was the son of Aphareus, I remind you, and Aphareus' brother was made, "Leucippus"; ignoring the horse suffix, we are left with Leuci, the name of an historical peoples exactly, smack to the north of the Lingones! Both Aphareus and Leucippus were sons of Gorgophone so that indeed: 1) Gauls were Gorgons, and, 2) Gelanor depicted Gauls.

I have some room here to add some insight that the world should know; it can be used to push the dating for Hyksos, by Egyptologists, forward as much as a century, thus placing Hyksos in the Exodus period.

It is the belief of many Christians that the present age started in about 2350 BC, at the end of the year-long Flood, and that all records prior to the Flood had been destroyed. Evolutionists/atheists/pagans wish to add as much time as possible to 2350 BC in order to cause the world to deny the veracity of the Flood. And so they have added several centuries to recorded history, but in any instances where they speak of man older than 3,000 BC, there are no written documents to support their claim.

"King Menes [first king] of Egypt is timed by secular "experts" as early bas 3200ish BC; the lists begin at that time with Narmer, father of Menes. It is obvious, however, that Egyptian king lists have much repetition, and there's no doubt in my mind that "experts" know it but disregard their own dishonesty. When I spent merely an hour seeking some repetition, I found it! Depending on who is giving the data, much of it based on Manetho, the first dynasty list is roughly as follows:

"Menes, Djer, Athothis, Teti/Ati, Djet, Merbapen, Semerkhet...(and later) Sneferka."

These kings are the same as those below, listed (by Britannica) for the end of the fifth dynasty and start of the sixth (approx. 2400-2200 BC according to Britannica):

"Menkauhor, Djedkare, Isesi, Unas, Teti, Userkare (Phiops), Pepe I Meryre...(and later) Neferkare" (Britannica "Egypt" 1970).

It's common knowledge that Menes (Manetho's term) was also called "Aha," wherefore it is easy to see that Menkauhor is a Menes-(K)Aha combination.

Djer easily modifies to Djedkare.

Athothis of the first easily equates with Isesi of the fifth.

Sometimes Djer of the first is viewed as Uenephes (see website below), which easily modifies to "Unas" of the fifth.

And Merbapen, when flipped to "Bapin-Mer," easily becomes "Pepi Meryre." Manetho called this king, "Neibais," smacking of Nibhaz, the Avvite dog god.

A few generations later, Sneferka is named as a first-dynasty possibility, who must have been the same as Neferkare of the sixth dynasty.

I can't help but pity the impoverished historians who made that blunder. The serious question is, how many other kings have been repeated twice, or even three times, by our worshipful Egyptologists?

For further reading into the significance of the Hyksos, as per my discoveries into 2010, see the Iraq updates at and before the one here


Where Art Thou, Opis' Stinger of Death?
Here I identify Revelation's Abaddon and Apolluon,
major demonic player in the end times,
as Opis-based Avvites.

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