Some who don't believe that Apollo was born on Delos
believe that he was born in Lycia (adjacent to Lydia), or to proto-Lycians
prior to their settling Lycia, which would explain the codeword that
Apollo was known by, "Lykeios." Britannica says that this term means
"wolf-god," wherefore I should share two things: 1) that "Cyclopes"
looks like "Gog-lopes," the "lopes" part looking like "lupo" and
"lupus," the Italian and Latin words for "wolf," and, 2) it is well
known that the Cyclopes moved to Italy.
I know of the common line that "Kuklopes" means "round eyed," for the
Greek "ophis" (Strong's Concordance # 3789) means "sharpness of vision"
while "kuklos" means "cycle/round." However, as is typical of secret
societies, there could be a double meaning involved, especially if "kuklos"
derived from "Gog" since, after all, Gog was from Circasia.
It was Caesar Augustus who re-invigorated the Mars cult, showing that
Mars and Apollo were a depiction of the same bloodline. On the one hand
no one seems to know why "Wolves were sacrificed
to Apollo at Argos and elsewhere on the Greek peninsula" (see
website below), and on the other hand, no one seems to know what Mars
referred to, though I think that it's got to be the Mari Parthians who
branched out to Verkana ("wolf land"): "...the
Greeks and Romans, who likewise assigned Mars the wolf as sacred
But there's even more evidence to strengthen both Gog-Rome and
Gog-Gorgon connections to the wolf. You may already know that the twin
founders of Rome, codewords "Romulus" and "Remus," were depicted
suckling a wolf, meaning that the Romans descended from a nation
depicted as a wolf. Because the wolf-sucking twins were revealed as
Aeneas-line Trojans, the mystery wolf-nation should be sought among
Trojan entities, and Gorgons come irresistibly to mind as the first
place to check out:
"Old Persian VARKANA ("Wolf's Land"), ancient
region located southeast of the Caspian Sea. Its capital was
Zadracarta (Astarâbâd, modern Gorgân), and it formed part of the
Median, Achaemenian (559-330 BC), Seleucid, and Parthian (247 B.C.-224
A.D.) empires, either as an independent province or joined with
Parthia. In the list of Persian satrapies given by the Greek historian
Herodotus, the Paricanians may have been the Hyrcanians."
[Update June 2006 -- Very happy at the moment.
An email correspondent found a quote that verifies my linking Romulus/Remus
to Verkana. It's a statement (below) written by Virgil, with Dido
chewing out Aeneas, the Trojan ancestor of Romulus and Remus. Although
Virgil's story is a myth, the statement yet reveals that Virgil viewed
the origin of Aeneas peoples in Verkanian territory:
"False as thou art, and more than false,
Not sprung from noble blood, nor goddess born:
But hewn from hardened entrails of a rock,--
And rough Hyrcanian tigers gave thee suck."
Finding Virgil's reason for using "tigers"
should prove important. As "Hyrcanian" seems very much the root of
"Hercules," while the latter was connected to the Lydian lion, the tiger
may very well be the root of the Lydian lion. In this picture, the
Romans are found rooted in a Verkanian bloodline that passes through the
Lydians, and for this reason I would view Hercules as the Latin side of
the Romans (since I view Latin roots in Lydians). However, I am not
suggesting that Hercules depicts the Latin side versus the Trojan side,
for it's becoming evident that the Latins/Lydians were the very
offshoots of Trojans...meaning that Trojans themselves descended from
the "Hyrcanian tiger." End Update]
[Update August 2006 -- Having found the root of
the Ladon dragon in Syria, specifically in the seven-headed dragon
called "Lotan," I've noted that the river cutting across the north side
of Tyre is called, to this day, the "Litani" river. This indicates to me
that Ladon-branch Trojans had been in Tyre. End Update]
Since Apollo was styled "Lykeios," let's take a look at the
Scandinavian god, Loki, the father of Fenrir, also a wolf, and father
also of Jormungand, a serpent. One can, by the way, see "Vanir" in "Fenrir,"
and Loki was the leader of the Vanir gods. The mother of Loki was the
giantess, Laufey, which as "Lophey" modifies easily into "lopi" (wolf).
The Lelegians can also be shown to be wolf Gogi. Lelegians, founders
of Gargara of the Troad, had also been on Euboea, a large Greek island
near Athens, off the Cyclades, where the Gogi ruled under the Cecrops
bloodline. Euboea is important because its royal clan was the family of
Zeus prior to "his" migration to Crete, the family comprising the
metal-inventing Trojans then called "Abantes." Homer in the Iliad wrote:
"...fierce Abantes held Euboea with its cities,
Khalkis, Eretria...Elephenor of the race of Ares was in command of
these; he was son of Khalkodon, and chief over all the Abantes. With
him they came, fleet of foot and wearing their hair long behind..."
It is well known that the Euboeans were early metal workers and
warriors with dreams of conquering the world with their metal. The
bloodline of Ares that held Euboea would colonize Italy and finally rule
it and the world! It would therefore be descendants of the Euboeans who
created Roman myth to be a rehash of Greek myth. (see
navigational map of Greece (bookmark for later reference, you'll
probably need it).
It is my opinion that one of the chief Euboeans was Hephaistos, who
in the Roman world was styled "Vulcan" ("Vulcun" to the Etruscans), the
chief metal smith. He (i.e. the peoples he depicted) was not only among
the inventors of metal, along with the Apollo peoples of Delos, but as
leader of a Greek secret society, he was of the wild Curetes who
practiced its occult ceremonies. Among the Curetes were the
"Corybantes," said to be the founders of Troy, and I do see that this
term is similar to "Abantes," as if the term should be understood as
Cor/Hor-Abantes (i.e. the Abantes branch of Curetes).
Because he had 50 sons (merely code), a certain Lycaon (a term rooted
in "wolf") was likely of an Hecatonchire (literally "100 hands")
bloodline. Recall that one of the three Hecatonchire was styled with the
Gog-like term, "Gyges," and that the very same term was used to depict
the Lydians from whom stemmed the Romans and Etruscans. I'll start
showing here that Rome was founded by certain descendants of Lycaon
called "Cauconians/Caucones." First, in the Hercules myth wherein he was
leading certain cattle across Europe, he came up against a "Cacus" who
lived on one of the hills of Rome called "Aventine," a term that evokes
"Abantes"! How many coincidences can we tolerate? Surely this Cacus
depicted the Cauconians/Lelegians of Euboea.
One can follow Loki-like terms from Greece to the Vanir. The Danes,
who were likewise werewolf-honoring Vanir, stemmed from Illyrium, just
up the western coast of Greece toward north Italy. The Lelegians
had been on the Ionian island of "Leucas" off that west coast of
Greece. Between Leucus and the Illyrian coast there was the Ionian
island of Kerkyra (also "Corcyra" but now Corfu), an apparent version of
"Gargara" and, if true, named by the Lelegians. I learned that the first
Greek settlers of Kerkyra were from Euboea...thus pointing to the
Lelegians of Euboea. Therefore, many Italians of that time were
Lelegians. Have you noticed that "Lelegian" contains a Loki-like term?
When speaking with a Greek restaurant owner, with considerable
knowledge of Greek myth, he claimed that Curetes had settled Kerkyra.
The Ares stronghold of Elis in west Greece also held the Cauconians, and
nearby (to their south) the wolf peoples may have named "Laconia," a
major Greek region whose Spartan peoples are likewise descended from a
dragon belonging to Ares and yet related to Colchis in Caucasia.
There are some arguments made by historians that connect Elis to the
Biblical Elishah, son of Javan (Genesis 10:4). One interesting argument
is that the purple dye of Tyre originated in sea creatures of that part
of Greece (Peloponnesus) where Elis was located, while Ezekiel 27:7
tells that Tyre's purple cloth was from Elishah!! The color of the
dragon in Revelation is scarlet/purple perhaps for this reason of
depicting the Caucones, for I noted that the Greek word used in
Revelation for that color is "kokkinon." The Roman harlot of that same
chapter also has the color kokkinon applied to it.
God does use play-on-words at times. Could it be that Revelation 17
is attempting to depict the Caucones as the root of both the anti-Christ
and Babylon the Great? It may moreover be that the Caucones were named
(by Greeks) after the purple of Tyre, and that they were the same as the
Phoenicians since the latter term is rooted in "scarlet/purple."
I found on one website that "Apollodorus has
the eponymous Caucon as one of the fifty sons of Lycaon," that
latter term being a wolf term i.e. it's in no way a coincidence that
Zeus changed Lycaon into a wolf! This puts a new spin on Jesus' words
when he said that Satan is a wolf coming but to kill, steal and destroy,
for it speaks now of empire-building i.e. the blood of war, the ruin of
cities, and the sin of pillaging that empire-building is based upon.
Europe under Gogi elements has been just such a sad story.
Lycaon's infant sacrifices and other troublesome activities were the
reason for the Greek-myth flood that wiped out mankind (not a literal
event and not referring to the Biblical Flood). Lycaon and the Caucones
must depict a wolf peoples originating outside of Greece, and prior to
Greece's existence, for Greece was founded after that flood. Pausanias
calls Zeus "Lycaean Zeus."
Gyges (of Lydia) was deeply fond of the Apollo Oracle, and used it to
come to power i.e. the seers who maintain the Oracle, and prescribe the
oracles, granted power to Gyges, much like a Pope would urge all
Catholics to honor Hitler as being from Providence, if that's what the
Pope desired. Now the origin of the Apollo Oracle was in Crete, for
Apollo was said to have brought Cretan priests to the main center of the
cult, Delphi (in Greece). Now Delphi was previously called "Pythos," and
as it was a place of Poseidon worship, might "Pythos" have derived from
the same root as "Poseidon"?
Interestingly, Apollo in a certain myth killed the dragon called
"Python" when he entered Greece from Hyperborea, meaning that he
replaced the rulers in Pythos with his own Hyperborean peoples; hence,
"Delphi" must have been named by those Hyperboreans. And I note how
"Delphi" is much like the island of Apollo, "Delos."
Certainly "Telephus" now comes to mind as a variation of "Delphi,"
for he was a son of Hercules, and born in Arcadia, the Cauconian
capital. Telephus became ruler of Mysia by the Caicus river.
Thus, when Apollo brought Cretans to Pythos to take over the city, those
Cretans must have been of the Telephus bloodline, meaning that Telephus
was a Cretan peoples, evoking the "Telchines" who were alternatively the
Curetes of Crete, the whole bunch of them from the Cecrops bloodline the
ancestry of which has been kept concealed by the myth writers. At the
website below, we can see that the first rulers of Crete were the
founders of Tegea in Arcadia, and in fact these were the
descendants of Lycaon, as was Telephus himself (not to re-mention
Apparently, the first Cretans were Caucones, which is important when
viewing Crete as the first capital of Atlantis, for it makes Atlantis a
Gogi enterprise. Behold, the three "grandsons" of Lycaon who migrated to
Crete first of all were sons of Maera, daughter of Atlas (he depicting
the founders of Atlantis). If Rome's founding was indeed a New Atlantis
while at the same time founded by a wolf peoples migrating through
Greece, then I expect ties between the founding of Rome and Lycaon's
bloodline. That is, when we see Romulus ans Remus sucking on the tits of
a wolf, that wolf might rightly be viewed as Lycaon.
First off, Telephus and his brother Tarchon became the Etruscans,
remember, and this explains the similarities between the Etruscans and
Cretans that historians have pointed out. I think the migratory line
would be from Crete to proto-Lydia (i.e. Troy region) to Rome...but
between Crete and proto-Lydia there was a proto-Etruscan settlement on
Lemnos, the island sacred to Hephaistos. As the Lemnos peoples were Saka
and Amazons, so it may be that the proto-Etruscans there were one or the
Secondly, Phylonome, the granddaughter of Lycaon, mated with Ares to
produce the twins Lycastus and Parrhasius, and they as children, evoking
Romulus and Remus (founders of Rome), were suckled by a wolf. In keeping
with my suspicions that Remus was the one who depicted the Etruscans,
I've noted that “Parrhasius” may undress to Par-Rhasian, for it’s known
that the Rhaetians (proto-Redones) of north Italy were from the
Etruscans. My conclusion is that the deepest Greek roots of both the
Etruscans and the Romans can be found in Lycaon, wherefore he should
lead backward to Caucasia and even further back to Verkana.
Strabo said that the Dacians, who were Getae, were the "Daüs"
(wolves) of Attica (Athens region), and then mentioned that the "Daae"
were Scythians from Hyrcania/Verkana.
Now Leucas, the island in western Greece mentioned earlier in
relation to Kerkyra, is not to be mistaken for Leucus, the eponym for a
peoples on Crete who allied themselves temporarily with Meda, an obvious
eponym for Gorgons on Crete. Recall that Pasiphas, daughter of
Helios and Perse, and therefore a Gorgon, was Minos' wife. Well, Meda
was the wife first of Minos' son, but then also of Leucus. It's possible
that this Leucus line of Minoans established the island of Leucas, and
from there went on to become various Europeans. This would then explain
why another myth writer decided to connect the Minoans to "Europa."
It would appear that the Gorgons of Crete are the white bull that
Zeus was portrayed as. This bull is likely a symbol of the dragon beast
of Revelation 17, since that bull carried Europa away on his back, even
as the dragon of Revelation 17 carries Babylon the Great on his back.
That is, God may have so depicted the dragon on the harlot specifically
to tie them to Zeus and Europa. Is it a further coincidence that while
the Greek myth had Zeus rape Europa, so the Revelation account has the
dragon raping Babylon? It would appear from this argument that the
dragon of Revelation 17 will stem from the Gorgons of Crete, though not
from the branch that became the Romans, but from the branch that became
the Russians (for I interpret that dragon of Revelation as end-time
Gog). It was never the purpose of this book (at the time of starting it)
to expose that Russians and Romans were the same bloodline, for I had
never even dreamt that this connection could be the reality, yet that is
exactly the conclusion insisted by the research that is the meat of this
book. Babylon the Great, shown sitting on the seven hills of Rome, and
whom is connected to Roman emperors in that she is said to rule over all
the kings of the earth, depicted not the Romans alone, but the root of
the Romans going back even previous to the Minoans of Crete, even
previous to the Trojans, to the very roots of the Rus.
Helios and Perse had yet another daughter in the goddess "Aegea," who
surely depicted the Aegean-sea empire of Minos (i.e. Atlantis). Minos
had previously rid the Aegean sea of Carian pirates and had thereby
become the undisputed ruler of all it's islands. But a certain Theseus
of the Cecrops line became the ruler of Atlantis by weakening the forces
of Minos. It just can't be a coincidence that the father of Theseus was
It is said in some myth versions that Poseidon himself snuck into the
room wherein Aegeus and this daughter (Aethra) were supposed to be
mating (to produce Theseus), and that he, not Aegeus, mated with the
woman so that Theseus turned out to be a son of Poseidon. But this is
double-speak where both scenarios are true, on the one hand to provide
secret-society initiates with a secret illustration revealing Aegeus and
Theseus as the rulers of Atlantis, for Poseidon was father of Atlantis.
The other side of the coin is that Aegeus and Theseus were of the
Poseidon bloodline, meaning that their Cecrops bloodline was likewise.
There is a reason that the ancestry of Cecrops is not given in myth,
aside from depicting him as a snake, and this connection to Atlantis may
Though the ruler of Athens, Aegeus had himself been subject to
taxation enforced by Minos, meaning simply that Minos ruled over the
Cecrops line for a time (Minos was himself partly from the Cecrops line
because that line was the white bull that produced the Minoans). In
another myth involving Theseus, a white bull mates with Minos' wife,
Pasiphas, to produce the Minotaur. Theseus killing the Minotaur is then
the story of his breaking the power of Minos.
As well as giving birth to Aegeus, Pandion (of Cecrops) gave birth to
Lycus, who, like Theseus, was also in Crete. But Lycus was assigned the
island of Euboea as his portion to rule, which is important because he,
the symbol of Lycia, was also a wolf peoples. For Lycia (see
Lydia-Lycia Map) also claimed ownership of Apollo, the wolf god. It
was in Lycia that the goddess Lada was worshiped, and it is thought that
Leto, Apollo's mother, was named after Lada. [I
feel quite certain that Lada/Leto will prove to be the Ladon/Lotan
In Russian myth, Lada was the wife of Dazhbog, who was a depiction of
Helios and yet was portrayed with a canine head. This is fine, for
Helios was in truth the wolf god of Verkana, explaining why Apollo is
viewed as a wolf god but also as the Helios sun god, since Apollo is a
peoples stemming from Verkana. In Lithuanian myth, Lada is the wife of
Perkunas, that sun god being likewise a depiction of Verkana. I note
that while Dazhbog is said to mean "sun god," it could be viewed as "dog
god" since "daus" means "wolf."
Leto and Lada of Greek myth seem synonymous with Ledo and Lada of
Slav-Rus myth, where in the latter the two are a married couple and no
doubt (in my mind) depictions of Lydia and Lycia. Therefore, Lydia and
Lycia were two wolf-peoples related closely to the sun-god cult in
As the king of Mysia, Lycus had "Dascylus" as a father -- who had
been the father of king Gyges as well! Therefore, Lycus also (along with
Lydia) brought forth the Etruscans since Dascylus was, in my strong but
personal/lonely opinion, the eponym of Tuscany (land of the Etruscans in
Italy). I'd bet my best one-eyed sunglasses that the Lycians included
the Cyclopes and the Gigantes of Crete, for a website tells that
"Stories of the Cyclopes range from Thrace to
Crete to Lycia"
Another means of tying the Hyperboreans to the Lydians, and the
Lydians to the Romans, is in the Roman cult of "Ludi Apollinares." And
behold, it was Caesar Augustus who fired up this Apollo cult, meaning
that he knew he was of the Apollo bloodline. Britannica says that,
"As a young man, Augustus had chosen Apollo as his
own god." Augustus eventually lifted the Apollo cult to equal
status with Jupiter i.e. Zeus. And "In 17 B.C.,
[Augustus] celebrated the Ludi Saeculares..."
"Latona" was the Roman version of Leto i.e. Lydia. "Latona" certainly
looks like the origin of the Latins, and this goes a long way in proving
that the Latins were Lydian cousins of the Etruscans. Greek myth makes
Latinus the descendant of Tros, co-founder of Troy (i.e. the Lydians and
Latins are in this way revealed once again as Trojan descendants). But
don't miss this point, that if the Lydians were Gogi, ditto for the
Because Britannica says that Apollos'
"elevation to such great prominence goes hand in hand with Augustus'
determination to Hellenize the age," we see that the first Roman
emperor was at least a political extension of Alexander the Great
(who fervently promoted Hellenization). I think there is a blood
connection between the two rulers. It may be that the anti-Christ will
be related by blood to the Seleucids, a Greek faction extending from
Alexander, that likewise sought to Hellenize the world. The Seleucids
are depicted in Daniel 11 as runners-up to the anti-Christ. But no one
to my knowledge has been able to trace the Seleucid bloodline to a
powerhouse of the modern day. It wouldn't surprise me if both end-time
Roman leaders (i.e. Rosicrucian Illuminatists) and end-time Gog descend
from the Seleucids.
Is the revived Roman empire today ruled by secret societies who have
striven to make it a democracy? No surprise, since Theseus (of Cecrops)
"is said to have organized [Athens] in three
classes: noblemen, farmers and craftsmen and was honored as the father
of democracy...[he gathered] all of Attica under one single
The three classes evoke the old three degrees of Freemasonry. The first
class of Nobleman is conspicuous because we are told that "Aryan" means
"noble." Immediately I am led to think that no one could achieve
Nobleman class unless he could prove pure Aryan blood in his veins. This
reminds me of a myth in which king Minos (from Poseidon and Zeus)
demanded that Theseus prove his Poseidon bloodline.
The second class is also conspicuous because the Greek word for
"farmer" is "georgos," as though "Gorgon" may have been secretly
insinuated...but understood in that "light" only by the initiated. A
Gorgon was not a pure Aryan.
And the third degree evokes the stone masons and metal workers, such
as Hephaistos depicted as well as the builders of the so-called
"Cyclopean" stone walls...probably built by the Cyclopean peoples.