The Origin of America's Corporate Elite (BC)

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

Ephesus had a shrine torepparttar Anatolian mother-goddess andrepparttar 146681 Cretan Lady of Wild Things that was later incorporated intorepparttar 146682 Greek worship of Artemis. (33) This magnificent statue has many 'cosmic eggs' on it that are extremely relevant torepparttar 146683 Berber painting of ostrich eggs that are found inrepparttar 146684 Saharan finds mentioned in Carthage as well as connected torepparttar 146685 Druid's eggs. A Cambridge scholar I saw on a TV show recently was still calling these eggs 'breasts'. It is ludicrous and almost funny if you look at a picture ofrepparttar 146686 statue with over a hundred 'breasts'. What level of academic ineptitude is this? We have seen many who knowrepparttar 146687 worldwide importance ofrepparttar 146688 cosmic egg including Gimbutas, but then perhaps this scholar knows were his bread is buttered. Smyrna is mentioned by Grant going back long before our present focus and shows Amazons (Kelts as we have shown) were once a part ofrepparttar 146689 picture, but this is probably beforerepparttar 146690 fall of Ariadne on Crete and goes back to times such as Malta shows had 2800 years beforerepparttar 146691 Great Pyramid - with no weapons. Smyrna isrepparttar 146692 site of a great Merovingian family with a name you'll quickly recognize. Onassis, who married into another Merovingian family through Jackie Kennedy. Thus we ask you to remember whatrepparttar 146693 old saws do say about history repeating itself.

"Smyrna was situated atrepparttar 146694 head ofrepparttar 146695 gulf named after it, into whichrepparttar 146696 River Hermus debouched. The original town, Old Smyrna, stood on a rocky peninsula (Haci Mutso) besiderepparttar 146697 north-eastern shore ofrepparttar 146698 gulf. This settlement existed since Neolithic times, but its founders according to contradictory Greek legends, included non Greek Leleges {Phoenician pirates}, Amazons, and King Tantalus of Phrygia.” (34)

'Non-Greeks' is no surprise in neolithic times because there were no Greeks. There was probably occasional settlements and conflicts overrepparttar 146699 area we now think of as Greece but remember Homer's 'DNN' and what many Greeks know to this day as they call themselves Danaus. We have shown lots of different proof and authority to connect them through Thrace torepparttar 146700 Danube in periods before what we call Greece or Mycenaean culture.

The Phocaeans present us with acts that mirrorrepparttar 146701 Phoenicians of Tyre and Sidon as well, in terms of establishing emporiae or colonial trading posts. They also show us how mobile it was necessary to be afterrepparttar 146702 Goddess (egalitarian 'Brotherhood') was brought to her knees. Just as important in our eventual connection with Britain is 'the ships of Tarshis' and Tartessus onrepparttar 146703 Iberian Peninsula where Spain and Portugal claim national privileges today despite allrepparttar 146704 horror they have wrought. It is recorded in many places that Milesians came from Iberia between 1500 BC and 500 BC just asrepparttar 146705 Spanish Armada later dumped a lot of Celtiberians intorepparttar 146706 genetic mix of Scotland and Ireland in more recent times.

Through all of this period fromrepparttar 146707 end ofrepparttar 146708 Hyksos invasions of Egypt there is growing aristocratic and macho oriented structure apparent withinrepparttar 146709 Phoenicians ofrepparttar 146710 Mediterranean despiterepparttar 146711 fact Egypt still allowed women to rule as we know fromrepparttar 146712 numerous Cleopatras. The kings and supranational corporate entities were adding more power in every century and they were putting in placerepparttar 146713 control of armies as well asrepparttar 146714 priesthoods they always found willing to favour their desires. Yetrepparttar 146715 people andrepparttar 146716 merchant class were wary and we see Carthage throughrepparttar 146717 eyes of Aristotle around 345 BC. He was surprised to find they still had an Assembly ofrepparttar 146718 People which was actually strong and democracy was thriving there. (35) This political tug of war is still endemic in our society today. Around that time Pseudo-Aristotle writes that Carthage passed a law forbidding anyone (presumably without their approval) from going to America. Whenrepparttar 146719 Gracchi failed andrepparttar 146720 Republic of Rome failed (the Bruttii who killed Caesar and other good men ofrepparttar 146721 Phoenician or Pythagorean and aristocratic genre became adapted to a new structure) a very big nail was driven deep intorepparttar 146722 ethic or even semblance of equality. The establishment of Caesar (later Kaiser and Czar are words fromrepparttar 146723 same root) ended evenrepparttar 146724 superficial appearance of a majority of citizens having equal say.

"They {Phocaeans} took part inrepparttar 146725 activities of Naucratis in Egypt, where Phocaea was one ofrepparttar 146726 twelve Greek cities which sharedrepparttar 146727 temple of Apollo {Frazer's 'Golden Bough' documented Plutarch and others knew Apollo and others were representations of Osiris andrepparttar 146728 rituals at his representational graves included burning people with 'Red Hair') known asrepparttar 146729 Hellenium, dating fromrepparttar 146730 time ofrepparttar 146731 Pharaoh Amasis (c.569- 525) {Right atrepparttar 146732 key point ofrepparttar 146733 Battle of Alalia}. By this time, toorepparttar 146734 Phocaeans, in their own native city, had built a temple of Athena, made of fine white porous stone. They also initiated what was to be an abundant and widely circulating electrum coinage (accompanied by issues of silver that were initially smaller), depictingrepparttar 146735 city emblem of a seal, and launching a long and varied series of miniature artistic designs. They were also famous for their dyeing industry.

{The Phocaean coin hadrepparttar 146736 BEE emblem that has been found on Cretan digs going back torepparttar 146737 Royal House of Mallia or Mile and Milesians torepparttar 146738 third millennium BCE. We showed' 'purple' dye in Mexico and Peru where they had an industry of making this all important spiritual or royal colour. There was a time that modern academics like Nuttall thought this wasrepparttar 146739 best evidence of transatlantic cultural exchanges withrepparttar 146740 Phoenicians. Couldrepparttar 146741 Phocaeans have been there?}

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