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knakker
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« on: September 14, 2018, 02:44:02 am »

This could be dynamite

I have dicovered another guy on the internet, a doctor of the university of Basel. He writes that Troy was mirrored into Asgard which is in great lines the same theory as what I am saying about Babylon and Atlantis

Lukas Rösli writes:

Even in this short account by the three Aesir kings, we can identify some of the narratological techniques used to create topographies for the Eddic myths in the Prose Edda. Two principles – the mirroring of known topographies and their dynamic transformation through adaptation to new narratives – are deployed to particularly good effect. Mirroring involves picking up a topographical structure introduced previously in the Prose Edda and adapting it to a new spatial narrative. We see this technique at work in the creation story from the prologue, which is itself based on the start of Genesis and is subsequently taken up by the Aesir when presenting Gylfi with their first cosmogony.

The all-powerful God who is introduced as the creator of the world in the prologue is replaced in the Aesir kings’ tale by the figure of the All-father, whereas the process of creation itself mirrors that described in the prologue. However, this mirrored cosmogony fails to stand up to Gylfi’s critical questions and has to be replaced by a new narrative. Only with the story of Ymir and of how Odin and his brothers formed the world from the primordial giant do we arrive at an independent Eddic cosmogony. It takes Gylfi’s question to prompt the Aesir to relate this new creation story, in which Ymir becomes the primordial matter and the medium from which the world is created (Rösli, z.d., paragraph mirroring spaces).

So what was Troy if the main actors were non-human beings? Troy was a city or palace that was surrounded by walls. The descendents of Troy were called the Aesir who were a supra natural people who went to Scandinavia. Aesir is of course derived of Assur = Assyria. Baal Tzafon built his palace with walls on the Mount Tzafon, the Jebel Aqra in northern Syria. Troy was the palace of Baal Tzafon or at least this Palace on the Jebel Aqra was a blueprint for the hill in Hisarlik. Atlantis was only an update of Troy. It was not necessarily for Homer and Plato to know about Endtimes Babylon. Apocalyptics elements of Jericho, Exodus and the earthquake in Judges 5:4 were copied in the Ugarith Baal & Anath Cycle. In Deuteronomy 28:49 we find a future army of Babylon.

Last word: the Mount Tzafon itself was an imitation of Babylon that was called a mountain in Jeremiah 51:25. The Jebel Aqra was most likely the mirror point from where the Babylon Gods and symbols were projected into a European myth. The Canaanite gods migrated via Cyprus to Greece. Both the Troy epic and the Atlantis story were new versions of the Ugarith Baal Cycle in which a storm god Baal made war against a sea god Yam. In a later stage Dagon was added to the Canaanite Gods.

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APA: Rösli, L. (z.d.). From Troy to Scandinavia – Old Norse topographies. Consulted on 12 september 2018, van https://www.unibas.ch/en/Research/Uni-Nova/Uni-Nova-124/Uni-Nova-124-Old-Norse-topographies.html

Book: Atlantis as Endtimes Babylon: roodgoudvanparvaim.nl
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« Reply #1 on: September 14, 2018, 02:44:34 am »

Edda and Adlantis point to Edom = Uz, the land of Job.
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