1974 Begins and Ends
Atlantis-A Fresh Concept, By Egerton Sykes 1974 c.
"It had been hoped that it would have been possible to produce the whole of this material in time for the May-June Atlantis. Unfortunately there has been so much research work involved that not only is the report larger than had been anticipated but in addition certain of the material for the second half will not be ready in time.
A part of the fresh concept is linked
up with the fact that the Tautha left us a number of
records which have told us not only their names for four cities of Atlantis,
out of the total of seven of which tradition tells us. In addition we have
records of the treasures of the various
The four cities were
: Falias, Gorias,
and Finias, and the City of
Webmaster Note- We can see that the ‘ias’ Greek-Pelasges-Akkadic terminal is Isis or River indicated, the Fal, Gor , Fin, and Mur show King, Horn, Opening, and Sea-Moor as the under currents of language. The Gori with the ‘i’ at end of each noun name changes the meaning slightly to ‘Men-King’, ‘Milky Way’, ‘Man-Opener’, and ‘Sea-Lands’. With this each one has a feminized end of a woman temple name i.e. Ais. Thus Queen of People, Queen of Sky, Queen of Ways, and Queen of the Sea. We can also say that the ‘ias’ is the Wind Gods as well. If it were Etruscan it would be like Varias, Korias, Fairies, and Vinias all of which descend from the assistance to some sea priestess lurking behind them and the Medusa Cults. They are in this case revealing four cardinal points born of not just four cities but of one original one that had concentric rings with a cross through the middle of it. They later were by name incorporated in a geographical sense for other cities of some remote existence? This has been first proposed by Dean Clarke c. Aug. 25th 2002. Soc. Geog. BLS
ps. It does not matter what they mean
in ancient Greek, Tautha, Akkadic,
or Etruscan they all reveal a ancient noun system that had the ‘r’ or ‘l’
always before and after a hard consonant sound. And the l’s
and r’s are considered ‘liquids’ language which for
many children is a hard sound to pronounce for the ages of under 6. It shows
that at Homo Sapiens beginnings the first 500,000 to
1,000,000 years were not spent very much of the time in pronouncing r’s. Which means the r’ or l’ may have not been developed
till between 500,000 to 1,500,000 years ago at the earliest. We suspect the ‘r’
or ‘l’ was developed by a culture not long before Atlantis beginnings, and is
an Atlantean introduced consonant.
(And a Book Review of the Sirius Mystery, By Robert Temple of 1974 release)