Babylon as the blueprint for Mount Tsaphon, Troy, Asgard, Olympus and Atlantis
Leon Elshout, 12 september 2018 (published 13 sept. 18)
book: Atlantis as Endtimes Babylon, roodgoudvanparvaim.nl
(aurichalcum2018 (at) protonmail.com)
The main actors in the Trojan War were not human beings. Just google their names in Wikipedia and see that they were offspring of obscure gods. Type Paris, Achilles, Agamemnon, Helena, Ajax in the Wikipedia search engine and see that they did not have human ancestors. For this reason it is premature to consider the Trojan War as a historical event.
Troy was an archetypal city that was surrounded by walls. After the Troyan War the migrants of Troy went to Scandinavia. These people were supernatural beings, named Aesir (Rösli, z.d.). These Aesir erected a castle which they called Asgard, modelled after Troy. Let me say this: Aesir sounds as Assur who was the father of Assyria (Genesis 10:11). The sacred book of the Aesir was called Edda which sounds as Edom as Odin sounds as Edom (Jordany).
How Troy became Asgard had to do with two principles: “mirroring of known topographies and their dynamic transformation” (Rösli, z.d., paragraph mirroring spaces). Lukas Rösli writes:
Ugarith Baal & Anath Cycle
So Troy was mirrored into Asgard. The main god of the Trojan War was Zeus who was the Greek Baal Tzafon (Matheny, 2011, p. 138). So let’s turn to another document: the Ugarith Baal & Anath Cycle. Ugarith is present day Rash Shamra in northern syria, near Latakia. This Cycle tells us of Baal who wants to build a palace that is surrounded with walls on the Mount Tzafon, now Jebel Aqra. The story is about the war between Baal and the seagod Yam. This is the Atlantis epic in a nutshell. In a later stage, the Philistine God Dagon was added to the Gods of the Jebel Aqra. Dagon was the Greek god Poseidon. But he became the father of Baal Tzafon. Of course he was not the real father of Baal Tzafon. All these gods were masks of each other. The Trojan War was like the Atlantis story an echo of the Ugarith Baal Cycle. The real Troy and Asgard was the Jebel Aqra. The Norse god Thor may have been an anagram of Troy. Thor’s hammer was the same toy as Poseidon’s trident.
Babylon was called a mountain in Jeremiah 51:25. This was figurative speech. But Babylon was mirrored into the real mountain Jebel Aqra in northern Syria. We are not surprised to know that the apostle Paul’s ministry started here in Antioch (Antakya). Then the concept of Babylon migrated from the Jebel Aqra via Cyprus to Greece where it incarnated into new Troy and Atlantis epics. In the Turkish city Hisarlik is a hill named Troy. The myth of Baal Tzafon and Anath was most likely projected on this hill. Anath was Athene, alias Helena of Troy. She was Astarte and goddess of the Sidonians (1 Kings 11:5). There could be some Jericho symbols in the epic of Troy. The whore Rachab of Jericho could have been a blueprint for Helena and Athena.
Crete, Seir and Scheria
The Mount Seir in Genesis 36:20, 29-30 was named Schera on the David Rumsey Maps of “1854, 1893, 1895 and 1910” (in Matheny, 2011, p. 341). Also Jamieson Faussett Brown named this Mount Seir, Jebel Schera (Jamieson Faussett Brown commentary on Deuteronomy 2:3 in Matheny, 2011, p. 341). This name was converted to the island of Scheria in Homer’s Odyssey, books 5-7. Scheria was the island of the Faiakans who were the Philistines. Scheria was projected on Crete. As Babylon was converted into the Jebel Aqra, now a mountain was converted into an island Scheria. And so the Jebel Aqra was mirrored into Troy and Atlantis.
Plato could have known the apocalyptic prophecies in Jeremiah 51 regarding the downfall of Endtimes Atlantis. But how did Homer know? It was probably Jonah’s prophecy about the destruction of Niniveh (Mosul) that gave the destruction of Scheria in Odyssey 13 an apocalyptic hue (Louden, 2011, p. 310-311). There were some similarities between the travels of Odysseus to the underworld and Jonah who was taken by a fish into the deep. Also the Jebel Aqra itself was apocalyptic. Baal Tzafon was a thundergod and a clone of Marduk of Babylon. In Odyssey 20 we read that the sun vanished (Odysseey 20.356-7 cited in Louden, 2011, p. 291). In the Norse epic Voluspa verse 52, 57 (Asgard, z.d., par. Ragnarok) we read the same. This apocalyptic scenario resembled with plague 9 in Exodus 10:21-29 when the sun was darkened in Egypt. The earthquake in Judges 5:4 was a blueprint for the earthquakes that shook Troy and Atlantis. However in Deuteronomy 28:49 we read about a future hostile army that would attack the Israelites. Satan in the form of Baal Tzafon was clever enough to see Endtimes Babylon in this future army.
Babylon as a mountain in Jeremiah 51:25 was the blueprint for the Jebel Aqra, Atlantis, Troy, the Mount Olympus, Mashi and Asgard. The Trojan War and the Atlantis war against Athens were mirrored stories from the Ugarith Baal & Anath Cyclus. The Book of Revelation condensed these mythical stories into Endtimes Babylon and a capitalist armageddon.
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Louden, B. (2011). Homer’s Odyssey and the Near East. Cambridge, Groot-Brittannië: Cambridge University Press.
Matheny, G. M. (2011-a). Exodus, The Route, Sea Crossing, God’s Mountain. USA: Xulon.
Rösli, L. (z.d.). From Troy to Scandinavia – Old Norse topographies. Geraadpleegd op 12 september 2018, van https://www.unibas.ch/en/Research/Uni-Nova/Uni-Nova-124/Uni-Nova-124-Old-Norse-topographies.html