When the Atlantean Empire Attacked - ROBERT SEPEHR

G Reporter
Published on Jan 24, 2021
In Greek mythology the Titanomachy, or War of the Titans, was the ten-year series of battles which were fought in between the two camps of deities long before the existence of modern mankind: the Titans of Atlantis versus the Olympian Gods and their allies.

Reclaiming Atlantean History

Greeks of the Classical age knew of several poems about the war between the gods and many of the Titans. The dominant one, and the only one that has survived in its entirety, is the Theogony attributed to Hesiod.

Fallen Angels of Atlantis and Archaic DNA

According to Hyginus, the cause of the Titan War is as follows: "After Hera saw that Epaphus, born of a concubine, ruled such a great kingdom (Egypt), she saw to it that he should be killed while hunting, and encouraged the Titans to drive Zeus (Jupiter) from the kingdom and restore it to Cronus, (Saturn)."

History of Atlantis and the Lost Tribes

These Greek stories of the Titan War fall into a class of similar myths throughout Europe and the Near East, where one generation of a race or group of gods by and large opposes the dominant one, often the parent civilization. Sometimes the Elder Gods are supplanted. Sometimes the rebels gods lose, and are either cast out of power entirely or incorporated into the existing pantheon.

Anthropology of Occult Secret Societies

Forbidden Kingdoms of Inner Earth

The legendary pre-flood civilizations like Atlantis, Thule, and Hyperborea were said to have been built on highly advanced science and technology, with a possibly direct connection with what is happening now around the world.

Robert Sepehr is an anthropologist and author

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Music is "Der K├Ânig in Thule" ("The King in Thule") from a German poem
by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, written in 1774.


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