Is it to be expected, in a war between God and Satan, that the latter's sons would seek to worm their false ideas into the canon of Scripture? Many works of the past posing as Scripture have been denied canon status by Protestants, but could a few works have slipped in? The book of Esther is one myth-like work, in my opinion, and recently I have taken the position that the story of Samson could be a myth of the Danaan dragon cult. This chapter explains that as well as revealing what Welsh rulers used the symbols borrowed by the first Illuminati founders of the United States. I had no idea until now that the United States is New Wales, which, as I think about it, is the same as "New Atlantis." What do Samson and the United States have in common? Read on and find out.
The Samson account includes the story of honey in the lion's carcass, what could be Kabala symbolism. Note that the strength of Samson was in his long hair, the very theme of Rosicrucian kings, both French and English. Also, Samson was chained to two pillars, evoking the two pillars of Freemasonry and the two pillars of Hercules. If that's not enough, Samson was son of Manoah (evoking Mannae/Manes) and of the tribe of "Daniy"!
It is in the story of Samson that "Daniy" (= Danite) is used for the first time in the Bible. It may seem over-the-top to view this term as evidence of non-Inspiration, but elsewhere, instead of "the Daniy," Scripture uses "the tribe/children of Dan." Five times in the book of Joshua we find "tribe of Dan." Almost 20 times in the first five books of Moses, the tribe of Dan is mentioned, and yet not once are they called "Daniy"...until the first instance in the story of Samson (Judges 13). There were Chaldean Hebrews called "Dinay," which appear conspicuous.
[Update May 2007-- The KIzzuwatna region of Cilicia had formerly been Adana, but just now I learned from Britannica that the ancient term had been "Adaniya." This could be the origin of the dragon-cult Danaans, and the Daniy that Samson belonged to. End Update]
Is it coincidence that Samson is positioned as the last judge of Israel in the book of Judges? Or is it evidence of someone(s) adding the story to the end of the book? There are yet other reasons that persuade me of the myth status of Samson. As it must have occurred to you when you first read the story, a man made weak by having his hair cut short is a very non-Biblical concept. Or, a man made stronger than humanly possibly merely for growing his hair long is very out of tune with all other holy men of God. But there's more: terms in the Samson story I would not have noticed had I not uncovered terms pertinent to the Danaan-dragon cult.
As I had traced Daphne to Telchines, Telmun, Delphi, and other Tel/Del terms, surely it's not coincidence that Samson's mate was made Delilah! Recall that mythical Enlil and Ninlil were from Dilmun/Telmun (modern Bahrain), so that "Delilah" may just depict those Amorite peoples. As Delilah was living among Philistines, she could have depicted an Avvite peoples, for Avvites were in the Gath area in those days (Joshua 13:3).
There's more. For as I had traced Daphne to Samo terms such as Samosata and Samos, surely it can't be coincidence that "Samson" (i.e. double "s" like "Samos") was made to depict those peoples (see map of Armenian empire). Surely America, this is the Uncle Sam who asks you to fight and die for his Satanic cause. Surely, Sam deceives you when he makes you believe that his wars are for a good cause. Surely, Uncle Sam will furnish the coming False Prophet and his sacred Globalism.
Immediately after the story of Samson there is a story about the silver god of a certain Micah, which became the god of the "Daniy" (second use of the term, in 18:1). However, the Daniy are later in the chapter said to be of the "tribe of Dan." But were they really? Could they have been the Danaan posing as Dan? Indeed, I found it very strange when I read verse 1:
"In those days the tribe of the Daniy was seeking an inheritance for itself to inhabit. For to that day it had not fallen upon them by inheritance among the tribes of Israel."
This does not sit right because it's false, and therefore cannot be Inspired text, for the tribe of Dan was given a land inheritance, as per Joshua 19:40-46. The land was assigned by Moses himself (Joshua 13:15), for which reason it was assigned before the Israelites entered the Promised Land (Moses died before they entered). That assigned inheritance was not in the far north, as were the Daniy, but west of Jerusalem (just north of the Avvites at Gath, Ashkelon, etc).
Therefore, what else is false in this story? Not necessarily all of it, but everything becomes suspect. I get the impression that whoever wrote it to appear as Scripture was, not only attempting to justify a tribal allotment in the far north, but seeking to re-invent the tribe of Dan. Not once in the story does YHWH interject to say how displeased He was with what these Daniy had done; it's written as though with the His blessing.
I would suggest that priests in charge of putting together the canon of Scripture had likewise become snakes, allowing this piece to enter. If this raises doubts concerning the historical/statistical books of Judges, Samuel, Kings, and Chronicles, note that Jesus only mentioned "Moses and the Prophets" as Inspired texts. Besides, our faith does not rest on the correctness of the historical books, and moreover Abraham had faith before any of our Bible existed.
In Joshua 19:47 we find that, for some questionable/unknown reason, peoples from Dan moved to "Leshem" of the far north. My Hebrew interlinear has the sentence in English like so: "And came out the border of the sons of Dan for them." Then, in the margin of the interlinear, the sentence is structured like so "And the border of the sons of Dan came out too little for them" (the italics are not part of the Hebrew text). This is taken to mean that the allotment given to Dan was no longer large enough for the tribe, which is not an interpretation I take. The sentence may be saying (with no reason given) that the border of Dan "grew out" for them i.e. expanded into other regions, which action I would credit to man's will, not YHWH's.
Why were the break-away Daniy only 600 in number, when there were over 60,000 fighters among the tribe of Dan in Joshua's day just a generation earlier? An army of 600 expanding into other regions hardly consitutes a land not being large enough to contain them, as even Leshem couldn't have been much if an army that small could over-power it. Besides, why couldn't they build their own city where there was none at all, without destroying someone elses first? Because I expected the Danaan to have been allied to the Ladon dragon cult before coming to this Leshem topic, I think that the 600 Daniy had previous contact with Leshem, but then gave an untrue story as per their methods and reasons for possessing/inhabiting the city.
The 600 fighters were of the generation of a certain Jonathan, son of Gershom, son of Moses (Judges 18:30), wherefore it was immediately after the entry into the Promised Land (roughly 300 years before the setting of Samson), for Gershom would have been a man of the 40-year wilderness period, wherefore Jonathan was of the Promise-Land entry period. How is it, then, that they so-quickly deserted the land granted by Moses = the land granted by YHWH?
Who were these 600 men, anyway, clearly unfaithful to the God of Moses? Judges 18:30-31 tells us something of possible importance toward identifying the priests who permitted the Daniy stories to enter the canon of Scripture, for we are told that the Daniy set up Jonathan and his sons as their priests. I don't tend to believe this (it's the only mention of Jonathan in the Bible), for such a claim is typical Kabala whitewash down through the ages, wherein they constantly attempt to link themselves to YHWH and Levites. The purpose is to convince readers, and all Israel, that YHWH had blessed the Daniy with the holy bloodline of Moses. In Judges 17:13, Micah gloats thinking that YHWH will be good to him on account of his hiring a Levite to be a priest over his idols. Clearly, this is not Inspired scripture, for in 18:6, Jonathan tells some Daniy representatives that their invasion of Laish would have YHWH's blessing.
One can entertain the possibility that Daniy priests, placed over the silver god of Micah (v 31), were the Cohen/Hohen proto-Illuminati. "Micah" could itself be code for a certain peoples defining the true blood type of those priests. The Kabala theme (mixing YHWH with Satanic paganism) is evident where Micah is given silver by his mother to make a cast idol unto YHWH (Judges 17:2). The Greek word for silver is "Arguros" (Strong's #696). Danaans became the rulers of Argos. Coincidence??? The text of verse 3 would read like so: "And his mother said, 'I have fully consecrated the Arguros to YHWH...'"
I would therefore suggest that the priests of the Daniy became the honey-speaking seers of Argos: Melampus with his brother, Bias, but also Tiresias and his grandson, Mopsus. Just as the mother of Mopsus was Manto, the daughter of Melampus was Mantius, and to prove further that these terms depict Mandaean Avars, I just found this:
"In the middle ages, Pylos was named Avarino or Navarino, perhaps after a body of Avars who settled there..."
Perhaps middle-ages Avars settled there because ancient Avars had long held the region. I am confident that Avarino connects with Avaris on the Pelusiac river of the Nile delta. I see that Pylos evokes mythical "Belus" (father of Aigyptus and Danaus), who depicted the Pelusiac.
In Ezekiel 48:2, concerning the Millennial Jerusalem, we find the tribe of Dan located to the immediate north of Israel, but unlike the other tribes, the text does not give Dan a portion of land. That is, there are 12 tribes listed as receiving land, none being Dan. In the list, Manasseh replaces Dan, this reflecting the fact that Dan is missing in the list of 12 tribes in Revelation 7, replaced by Manasseh once again. Apparently, God will abandon Dan. I should mention, however, that Ezekiel 48 gives Dan one gate in the Millennial Jerusalem, but strangely on the east wall (facing the land of Ammon/Molech?).
For the first time, I am seeing evidence that the Israeli tribe of Dan became part of the dragon cult. Yet, as explained below, the Daphne bloodline was a part of it, and moreover there could have been a distinct Danaan bloodline i.e. not of Dan. Perhaps Dan and Danaans found some friendship due to sharing common names. This is definitely one issue I want to resolve.
The Judges-18 account tells that the 600 Daniy brutally destroyed the Sidonian city of Laish and took it as it's own. That's how the text claims that Laish came to be called Dan...or was it Pan? I was stunned to find that Laish was at, or within two miles of, Panias (the city of mythical Pan) in the foothills of mount Sion/Hermon! Note how "Danaus" evokes "Panias."
Could it be that Danaans were Pan the goat = the Satyrs? I am reminded of how some equate the Vanir of Scandinavia with the Danir, wherefore couldn't the founders of Lake Van have been those Danir? Since Lake Van is said (e.g. by Britannica) to be named after the Biaini peoples, note that Panias was alternatively, "Banyas," and that the son of Hermes in early Corinth was "Ban" rather than "Pan." Remember, this Ban of Corinth (the city was then Ephyra) was related to mythical Aeetes of Colchis.
I am skeptical of the Laish account. I occurs to me that the Daniy were somehow related to the peoples of Laish, and it may even be that the Daniy invasion was fabricated to hide that relationship. But even if not, the Daniy may have inter-married with what Laish peoples survived the invasion. Wonders never cease, for I found that Laish was alternatively "Luz":
"In the north, the principal settlement was the ancient site of Luz, later named Dan..."
Knowing already that the Ladon dragon (Daphne's father) had been just in Panias (for Daphne's other father was also made "Peneus"), it supports a Ladon-dragon connection to Luz...with an origin in the Laz Caucasians. After all, Luz was just off the Litani river. In other words, Laz Caucasians founded Luz/Laish. These were proto-Laodicea, don't you see, proto-Lydia and proto-Leda...leading to the Illuminatists who wrote "Laus Deo" at the top of the Washington Monument!
In the Iliad, a mythological work pregnant with codes, Homer first sets the scene in Book IV with Hebe, wife of Hercules and cupbearer of the gods (square brackets mine):
"Now the gods sat by Zeus and held assembly on the golden floor, and in the midst the lady Hebe poured them their nectar [the blood of Molech sacrifices?]: they with golden goblets [holy grail concept?] pledged one another [i.e. took oaths Scythian style], and gazed upon the[ir] city of the Trojans."
Hercules was a Danaan of Argos and may be viewed safely as the Samson bloodline. Hebe, evoking Hebrews, should prove to be the Iberi, for she was daughter of Hera = Ares (her son) = the Hros, even as "Hercules" depicted the Araxes/Arak river named by the Rukhs and/or Hros. Note that "Araxes" reflects "Argos" and that Homer uses "Hera of Argos." Now read the following from Homer's story, wherein I think the Laus Dio of the Washington Monument is found in both the Laodokos and Menelaus terms:
"Then [Athena] entered the throng of Trojans in the likeness of a man, even Antenor`s son Laodokos, a stalwart warrior, and sought for godlike Pandaros, if haply she might find him. Lykaon`s son [Laodokos] found she...So she came near and spake winged words: 'Wilt thou now hearken to me, thou wise son of Lykaon? Then wouldst thou take heart to shoot a swift arrow at Menelaos...'"
My theory of mythical Pandion depicting the Veneti is supported where Antenor (mythical founder of the Veneti) is associated with Pandaros. This then focuses on the French, who trace themselves to Antenor Trojans, and on American Independence, a program in-part of Illuminati elements from France.
Let me explain further. As pertains to Hyperboreans and the dragon cult at Delos, there were the far-north sisters, Hyperokhe and Laodike, who were in turn associated with the far-north twins, Arges and Opis. These alliances were the same as the Argives/Orcs of Scotland allied to the Dumnoni-Danann of Argyll.
The Veneti of France (making up the Franks themselves) were of the Dumnoni-Danaan group, who may be viewed as the Lazica (alternative for "Laz") Caucasians > Lothians of Scotland who went on to found Venedotia/Gwynedd. The Argive/Rukhs faction founded Erethlyn and Rhos (in north Wales), smack where Gywnedd later became centered. Thus, the two factions were in Wales, and from there evolved into the Freemason founders of America (skeptics read on).
As Manto was married to "Rhacius," Melampus and his son, Mantius, were rulers of Argos (i.e. what evokes "Rhacius")? The Rhacius-Manto alliance was the Hyperohke-Lazike = Arges-Opis = a Rukhs-Avar alliance. Just as Melampus was from Pylos (in Messenia), Homer said that "Laodokos is from Pylos."
Messenia was where the Aigyptus side of the Danaan ended up. Remember, the code on the Great Seal of the United States, written above the pyramid with all-seeing eye, is "Coeptis," no doubt code for Aigyptus (depicting the Egyptian city of Coptus and Gyppe of Messenia).
It's now conspicuous that the Laz were mythically married to the Nergal lion while Samson's story included his killing a lion, Hercules-myth style = tearing it apart with his bare hands. Hercules was depicted as a lion, the Lydian lion. Note on this map of south Russia that beside the Tanais (now the Don) river was Sindica, while Hercules was also equated with the sun god, Sandon, whose symbol was a lion. Ask if "Phanagoria" in Sindica may have formed "Phoenicia" and/or "Pan." Indeed, note nearby Hermonassa (Hermon-Assi?), what may be the root of Phoenicia's mount Hermon. Indeed, indeed, see the Tyras (now Dniester) river to the west of the Tanais. The land mass of Taurus (evoking "Tarsus" and "Etrus") is therein called "Taurica," very much like "Tarchon" (major Etruscan tribe rooted in Lydia's lion bloodline). As it was fairly common for an "m" to modify to a "b", couldn't the "Maeotis" sea have modified to "Boeotus"?
The question then is, were the Danaus-like terms among these scythians in any way related to the tribe of Dan? No one but some British-Israelists seem to think so, and only due to the similarity of terms. I think the Tanais/Dniester/Dnieper terms belonged to the Cimmerian Rus (from the Guti of Iran), and that they evolved into the Ares-dragon Thracians -- especially the Thyni -- the Trojans, and the Greeks. Then, as the Telchine Argives, they contributed to Rhodes and Egyptian rulers (under codeword "Telegonus"), and only after that did they form Phoenicia; they were Agenor's wife, Telephassa. In the other direction, they were the Latins of the city of Tusculum, for this city was said to be founded by mythical Telegonus.
Surely this Latin city was also mythical Dascylus, father of both Lycus (symbol of Lycians) and king Gyges of Lydia. Although it was south-east of Rome, surely the same peoples founded Tuscany, north of Rome. As these were the Etruscans, they also founded Rome. They were the Biblical dragon, in other words, the same as founded Laish! They were also the Alba peoples = the mythical elves: "Tusculum was an ancient city of Latium in Italy situated in a commanding position on the north edge of the outer crater ring of the Alban volcano, in Alban Hills..." In the Swan constellation, these are depicted as the star named, Albireo (Albi-Reo).
There must have been a Gypsy reason that the Cimmerian Rukhs circled the Black sea, and wandered all the more throughout Europe in becoming the Welsh Cymri, a fundamental Gorgon blood of British Atlantis. I'm poised to show that Illuminatists who founded America stemmed from the Powys-branch Welsh, and I'm thinking that "Powis/Powys" is a form of "Boeis."
My theory, therefore, is that this dragon cult, as it passed through Israel, wrote the Samson myth, meaning that it eventually mixed with the peoples depicted by Samson, even though they warred at first, as per Samson killing the lion and over-taking Laish. The lion of the Samson story was found as he approached Timnah, suggesting that the lion (and Nergal) depicted Timnah peoples.
If so, Timnah traces to the Cutha, for Nergal was god of the Cutha (2 Kings 17:30). That the lion in the Samson myth was indeed Nergal is supported where Avvites and their donkey god, Tartak (= Tarsus?), are mentioned beside the Cutha (v 31), while the donkey is a symbol in the Samson myth...to depict a Samson ally. The Timnah peoples look like the same that founded Laish (especially as the Daniy overcame both), and while that's a decent clue for identifying the Laz, I've not yet found a Timnah-like people group in Caucasia, Iraq or Iran. However, I can yet make a Timnah-Sepharvite connection because they were Spartans at first called "Lace-Daemonians" (Sepharvites are mentioned beside Avvites in verse 31). I'm therefore prepared to view Samson as an Avvite/Amorite peoples who warred with and won against their Sepharvite neighbors (several centuries before the events of 2 Kings 17).
The Timnah region is midway between Jerusalem and the Mediterranean, at the western side of American Independence Park. The eastern end of this Park reaches the outskirts of modern Jerusalem. Is there a reason that the Jewish National Fund, in conjunction with certain Americans, would found a park with such a peculiar name, smack in Samson's old stomping grounds? That is, do the Amorites depicted by Samson have everything to do with Jefferson's band of Freemason's who fashioned the Declaration of Independence?
Isn't it curious that while Avvites are believed to have worshipped Tartak the donkey god, Samson is portrayed (fictionally) killing a thousand men with the jawbone of a donkey?? Do the founders of American Democrats (Jefferson and his Illuminati) use a donkey as their symbol to this day because they know themselves to be founded by descendants of Samson's Avvites??? It may be pertinent that the Alabama county of Asstree "allegedly derives its name from 'Stubborn Sam,' the semi-mythical donkey of one of the pioneers."
The questions are, whose myth was it, why was the donkey called Sam, and was the donkey a symbol of Uncle Sam?
"Thomas Nast, a prominent 19th-century political cartoonist, produced many of the earliest cartoons of Uncle Sam. However, historians and collectors take note: Many of Nast's cartoons may appear to depict Uncle Sam, while in fact they depict Yankee Doodle or 'Brother Jonathan.' It is easy to mistake a Brother Jonathan cartoon for one of Uncle Sam..."
It's conspicuous that both "yankee" and "honky" mean white folk while reflecting "donkey," especially when "tonk" is added after "honky." The "honig" (root of "honey") term comes to mind. When I looked up Brother Jonathan, I found this:
"This mutual respect of differing opinions and beliefs was personified in the symbol of the new union, the United States of America. That symbol was called 'Brother Jonathan.'
As the French, after their revolution, called themselves 'Citizen', the people of the new American union called themselves, 'Brother Jon', 'Brother Jonathan,' or simply 'Brother'"[As in the Freemasonic brotherhood?].
Is it a coincidence that the Daniy had as their priest a certain Jonathan??? Could that term, especially in the form of "Jon," have depicted the Ionians? After all, the Egypt>Phoenicia dragon line was a product of the goddess, Io. Some say that "yankee" derives from "Jon." Might the full version have been code for Jona-Dan, Jona-Thyni, or Jona-Tanis? The above brojon.org article connects Brother Jonathan with the Frank dragon cult:
"It was during the Civil War when the symbol of Brother Jonathan was completely replaced by the symbol of a single central paternal US Federal government, 'Uncle Sam.'...It was for the conception of Brother Jonathan which the French acknowledged with their gift of Lady Liberty."
Recall that I had identified the Statue of Liberty as the Amazon wolf goddess, Artemis, and that I had rooted her to Amazon terms such as "Deimos" and "Themis" (= Amazon city, Themiskyra). I have come to realize that those terms refer to mythical Shamash (probably the same as Tammuz). In other words, the Statue of Liberty also appears to depict the Samson bloodline.
Some trace Uncle Sam to Sam Wilson, born (1766) in Mason, New Hampshire. But because the article also says that "he and his brother Ebenezer walked to Troy, New York," this account could be mere Masonic code, noting the Troy and York connections. The Wilson name was first found in Yorkshire, after all, and the Wilson Coat uses a wolf and six-pointed stars (not quite hexagrams). President Woodrow Wilson was in cahoots with the Rothschild Illuminati in the formation of the League of Nations. The Wils Coat uses three black dragons, and a blue one in the Crest (I've learned that blue is the color of the Hebrew side of the dragon cult; note the blue hexagram acting as the Israeli flag).
I had traced "Mason" to the Macones, but knowing that "one" is a suffix, the root of those peoples is "Mac," which may just be what "Micah" depicted, the owner of the Arguros god.
Because Judges 15:17 tells that the donkey's jawbone was of the Judean town of Lehi (Biblical "Lechiy"), I suspect that Avvites were living in that place. This story smacks of myth code, for "lechiy" is defined in Strong's Concordance (#3895) as: "to be soft, the cheek...hence the jaw bone." The emphasis is not on the jawbone, however, but on the donkey symbol of the peoples of Lehi. It is to be expected that these peoples were allied to Samson, or that they may have defined Samson's bloodtype, although I think Samson symbolized Avvite blood with some Dan-tribe mixed in...as per Dan's inheritance being smack beside Avvites of Philistine regions. The picture of the Daniy taking Jonathan as their priest may then be of the very same Avvite-Dan mix. Remember, Jonathan was made a priest over an Arguros god, and Io was goddess of Argos. It may even be that Jupiter and Juno, the foundation of the Romans, depicted "Jonathan" at Joppa, a city in the allotment of Dan.
Although Samson killed the lion, we afterward see that a bee hive developed in its carcass. In mythology, such a picture means that a lion-depicted peoples evolved into a peoples depicted by honey/bees. Samson ate the honey, meaning that he was of the honey line. In other words, the lion was the/a peoples of Timnah, and when the Avvites/Amorites defeated the city, it and/or its kingdom became an Amorite possession.
I hate to say it, but the entire book of Judges is suspect as an historical work of the dragon cult, even though judges besides Samson do not involve mythical pictures. Is Deborah an historical person, or myth code, since her name means "honey."
After the Philistines discover Samson's riddle concerning the lion and honey, Samson complains that they had discovered it by plowing with his heifer i.e. his Timnahite wife (Judges 14:18). Io was likewise depicted as a cow! I would therefore claim that Samson was mythically married to Jonathan. Samson is once again revealed as an Avvite people because he captures 300 jackals (obviously a fictional story = myth code) with which to strike his Philistine enemies (Judges 15:4). Bibles use "foxes," but behold that Strong's dictionary (#7776) defines the Hebrew word (shuwal) like so: "a jackal." This is important because Nibhaz/Anubis (the Avvite god) was given the head of a jackal!
The following quote shows where I would root the Daniy, not in the tribe of Dan, but in the Anu of Sumeria: "The Sumerian god of heaven is Anu, depicted as a dog-headed jackal in Babylonian mythology, like the Egyptian Anubis."
The Israelites of Goshen were first located in the Nile-delta city of Ramesses. I feel confident that this city was of mythical Semiramis, who depicted the Semite peoples of Samosata removed to Ugarit (Syria), but also to Egypt as Osiris/Horus. I would suggest that the Daniy and Samson were just these Armenian Egyptians (no doubt Manes/Min), and that they therefore constituted the Hermes Cadusii. As the Daniy (i.e. the ones who moved to Laish) were found in Israel immediately after the Exodus, they were probably the Egyptians of the Nile delta who had been chased out by the Hyksos, and therefore of the Egyptians who had endured the Ten Plagues. Amazing, if true, when we view the founders of America as stemming from the Pharaoh of the Ten Plagues.
It's worth repeating here what I had at the end of a longer chapter (i.e. readers may have not gotten that far then), because it is extremely important:
An article on modern Samosata says: "Archaeological research on the hill of Sehremuz in Samsat..." My italics convinces me that this was "Semiramis." But look, if we include the "h" in the underlined part, we get SeHremuz, which is surely "Hormuz" because, when we add an "A" to "Sehremuz," Hormuz' alternative, "Asura-Maz(da)," turns up. Therefore, Samsat was the bloodline of Horus, Osiris, Hermes..."
If America WAS Named After Morgan.
This chapter zeroes in on the Welsh roots
of America's Freemasonic founders,
in Arthurian-legend land.