Wednesday, 24 February 2016

ACHILLES all you ever needed to know

 Regardless of Achilles being a myth or a real deal it is clear that he was
and still is a roll model to this day.
He was presented as;
Mass murderrer,
women slayer,
and bisexual which is least of his sins.
He was a necroman or presented as such is a message you pass to your boys
which will further shape their behaviour and tell them "it is okay".
It is not okay.
Think twice.


name sample is taken from
Amphora by Exekias, Achilles and Ajax engaged in a game, c.540-530 BC, Vatican Museums, Vatican City.

Atileoz in clean ancient script without any censorship.
Recuperated from translations.
Note that A stands backwards.
Note that T drawn as Cross can be interpreted as X , K, Sk, Ks.
cause it is  
Phoenician letter taw Phoenician taw.svg

A infront may be A in sense of anti or against.
candidates for correct pronaun may be;
vowels are disregarded cause there is no records on their real sound,
only glottal stops are marked as "silent" vowels.

Ἀχιλλεύς is pronaunced as Hilleys,
Ἀ is ancient Uncial alphabet glottal stop, not pronaunced.
  Ahilleus is direct translantion of ancient Uncial to Modern Greek language
which are not the same languages.
Letter ύ from Ἀχιλλεύς in Uncial alphabet can be only last one = Ύ ύ
Μ μ 
Ν ν 
Υ υ
Ύ ύ
but he may just be Hillens or Hillems which would mean Hellen in modern presentation.
Or maybe Sillens. (Cillens, Silvan)
see above; SkiLeoS / SiLύeoS

 meaning range in that of "pain giver" as in ache
or maybe as ASK/AXE if we consider T=X
ask Leos / Lion off course
Alice as in Elisian fields of Illyrian paradise.
Axe or alice is a sinonim for Amazon axe.
Pate alisee.
Without lips or not suckling on a mom is often revised as anti-Matriarchal cultures of ancient times.
Julius Caesar claimed to be born of a man.
Any myth claims man as life giver instead of the obvious mother.
λύειν (lýein) to un-tie reminds me of other un-tier Alexander Macedonian.
Tie is always connected to a Goddess terminology that was always related to a spinster, tyer like knot of Isis or knot of Ariadne.
AX was also tyed within the names of rivers or life-givers names.
All Goddesses are beside being spinsters also always a water of life.
I am pretty sure His-Story recorded him as Anti-Fem-in-9 element.

Achillia as Amazon name recorded in 4 bc.
If rivers had prefix Axe then it is safe to conclude he carried rather a girlie name.

A-alpha  Kill - ESSE-Goddess
(it reads quite correct from english too)

Looks of Achilles

On the painting above Achilles is depicted as disguised as redhaired girl called Pyrrha.
It doesn't say did he wore a wig or not.
Here is short summum of several articles taken from ancient descriptions of "mythical" or regular people from those times.

In the Iliad, Achilles' hair is described as ξανθῆς (ksanthēs), usually translated as blonde, or golden but sometimes as red or tawny. His son Neoptolemus also bears the name Pyrrhus, a possible reference to his own red hair.
The Norse god Thor is usually described as having red hair.
Mary Magdalene is commonly portrayed with long red hair, as in this painting by Anthony Frederick Augustus Sandys
Several accounts by Greek writers mention redheaded people. A fragment by the poet Xenophanes describes the Thracians as blue-eyed and red-haired.
In Asia, red hair has been found among the ancient Tocharians, who occupied the Tarim Basin in what is now the northwesternmost province of China. Caucasian Tarim mummies have been found with red hair dating to the 2nd millennium BC.
The Hebrew word usually translated "ruddy" or "reddish-brown" (admoni אדמוני, from the root ADM אדם, see also Adam and Edom) was used to describe both Esau and David.
Early artistic representations of Mary Magdalene usually depict her as having long flowing red hair, although a description of her hair color was never mentioned in the Bible, and it is possible the color is an effect caused by pigment degradation in the ancient paint.
Judas Iscariot is also represented with red hair in Spanish culture and in the works of William Shakespeare, reinforcing the negative stereotype.
In an oft-used example, Orestes’ hair is described as fair, in Euripides’ Electra (line 515) as a dramatic device aiding Electra’s recognition of her brother from a lock of his hair on her father Agamemnon’s tomb. Clearly, if Orestes was depicted as brunet, the common Greek color, it would be impossible for Electra to identify him. Indeed, according to the poet, the person who left the fair lock on the tomb “certainly was no Argive” (line 517) suggesting that the inhabitants of Argos mostly had dark hair. Similarly,Demeter, the goddess of the corn is described as light-haired (xanthe) and so is Apollo, the god of light and the sun. Poseidon, the sea god is dark-haired (kuanochaites), as is Hades, god of the underworld, while Eos, the Dawn goddess is rosy-fingered (rhododaktylos).

off course Achilles was ginger!
Korai and prehistoric figurines are saying what was European native like, redhaired!
But there is a catch
Girls had dark eyes on artefacts!
Statues and mosaics show milk white skin and soft facial features.
Besides dark eyes the had redhair ranging from medium to dark castagne or ksanthes!
Much like Xena! :D

Amphora by Exekias, Achilles and Ajax engaged in a game,
c.540-530 BC, Vatican Museums, Vatican City.

One more thing is for sure, Achilles had curly hair.

Beside his more popular "hero cult" of a great killer (sarcasm)
Achilles is known as necroman.
After he killed Pentesilea he copulated with her dead body.

It is well recorded and not neglectable "detail" in a "hero o-cultism" very often met with ancients and moderns. It goes on today too.

Achilles was known to copulate with men too.
Strabo wrote about it.
Also, up to 10 century AD it use to be a norm that men copulate with men, nothing strange nor unusual. These are the facts like it or not, history is soaked with this and nobody is spared, none of the races, none of the cultures either. 

Pentesilea and Achilles.
There are records that Pentesilea killed Hector.
There are also records that Achilles was killed by Pentesilea!
This is good news!
You can choose the version without laying about it.


Ancient Achayans (sackers of Troy) facing army of Scytians who came to aid Mysians (Thracians) from teh Danube who settled amongst Lydians (aha! Lydia is on Balkan or Helm) , Phrygians are just other name for Brygians- they have been there too, and Trojans too....
I seriously wonder what is modern history based on...historical records or their wannabe de-sires.
Amazon Hiera...(Hera comes to mind, or Kora or Cura or Sorra or Zora)

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