Tuesday, 15 March 2016

"Greek" Goddesses and Scythian Amazons have Slavic names

Just as any other person in the world I too was reading Greek Mythology believing and trusting to the authorities. First one I spotted as familiar was Goddess Semele which wasn't even Greek but both Etruscan and Trachian yet somehow listed as Greek.
Okay, Zemla or Earth Goddess may be adopted word, nothing unusual but my interest in deeper well of hidden Herstory lead me to unbelievable journey of discovery of my ancestors, the Glorious Scythians who are today called Slavic (slavic mean glorious) who actualy border ancient world on entire line yet somehow we had nothing to do with it, acording to official His-Storians.
One Goddess just like one bird doesn't mean spring have arrived, I told myself at first
but today when I have archives loaded with Slavic Goddesses I can rewrite what was long stolen from her, both as her grandchild and as a woman. Her names have meanings, her role is more clear, her secrets spoke to me. My wish is to share her with all her children throughout Slavic nations.

Fox Goddess LVSA - ΛΥΣΑ
Slavic for Fox is; 
Lis (mal), Lisica (fem), Lija (fem)
Lishka ,лисиця (lisica), in short it is the same in all Slavic languages.
In Greek it is αλεπού -  alepou

Her name is messed up cause vase on the pic is original, 
these scripts passed lots of rewriting.

Laelaps (mythology)

The Death of Procris with Laelaps on her right.
Laelaps (Greek: Λαῖλαψ, gen.: Λαίλαπος) (Lelaps, Lalaps, Lailaps) was a Greek mythological dog who never failed to catch what she was hunting. In one version of Laelaps' origin, she was a gift from Zeus to Europa. The hound was passed down to King Minos. Procris's husband, Cephalus, decided to use the hound to hunt the Teumessian fox, a fox that could never be caught. This was a paradox: a dog who always caught his prey versus a fox that could never be caught. The chase went on until Zeus, perplexed by their contradictory fates, turned both to stone and cast them into the stars as the constellations Canis Major (Laelaps) and Canis Minor (the Teumessian fox).

At least one version of the Procris story asserts that Laelaps was a gift to her from the goddess Artemis.

This is what "experts" say;

Isabelle Morrison, Bit of a Greek geek
Most Viewed Writer in Greek Mythology 
There isn't a Greek god or goddess represented by a fox.

However, there is a mythical creature in Greek mythology called the Teumessian fox, or the Cadmean vixen. This creature was one of the monstrous children of Echinda, and took the form of a gigantic fox, and was destined to never be caught. The fox is said to have been sent by Dionysus to Thebes, as a punishment for an unpardonable crime. The Regent of Thebes, Creon, set the task of capturing the fox to Amphitryon, a Theban general. Amphitryon sent to Athens, and asked Prokris for the use of Laelaps.

Laelaps was an immortal hound, gifted to Europa from Zeus, and then passed down through King Minos of Crete to Prokris. Some versions of the story say that Prokris recieved the hound as a gift from Artemis. Laelaps was destined to catch whatever prey she sought. 

Zeus was confused by the two creatures. How could a fox that could never be caught lose to a hound that would always catch it's prey? How could an infalliable hound catch something destined to never be caught? Disliking the paradox, Zeus turned both creatures to stone and set them in the stars. They became the constellations Canis Major (Laelaps) and Canis Minor (Teumessian fox).

Stela with Amazon Phaedra, museum Split
Phaedra's name derives from the Greek word φαιδρός (phaidros), which meant "bright".

In Slavic she is Vedra which is exact word for brightness and hapiness,
also for a beautifull Sunny day. Sometimes it is used for sky blue colour - Vedro nebo.
Vedro is also a well of water and bucket of water.

However bright in Greek is ζωηρά - zoira which is Slavic word for Zora or morning star.
Happy is χαρούμενα - charoúmena which is Slavic word for Charming - Sharmantna or Sarmatian
and with Sar-matian it all goes back to Zora-mati or Venus-mother.

Crowned Owl on her left shoulder is M
Crowned HoR with R crown is A
Her name is MA.
GoleMa (giant mother) is ancient Macedonian Warrior Goddess obviously made
in times of Ptolemai rule of KuMat or Egypt.
She was rescued by Alexander Macedonian from Persians and brought back home.

Goddes Leto - Etruscan or Eletheia - Greek
Leto means a year and summer in Slavic tongue.
In Phrygian or Brygian Fete is a year.
F is interchangable with P, V, Ph and B.
Version Veto is probably scriptural reversal of Λ - L to V.

However in Greek summer is καλοκαίρι - kalokaíri
and year is χρόνια - chrónia

Goddess Semele, both Etruscan and Greek

According to some linguists the name "Semele" is Thraco-Phrygian,
derived from a PIE root meaning "earth"

Semele is Slavic Zemlja even today in entire South Slavic branche.
Zemlja is Earth also word for soil or dirt.

But Zemlja or Semele is bicomposit of
Seme - seed
ele - ila - earth
Old Slavic word for witch is Shimija which is derivativ of Semele in times when paganism became obsolete and Goddess was cast to Underground.