I'm reminded that Anatoly Fomenko is fascinated with the suburb of Istanbul known as Beykos. This is the location of a monument to the grave of the "Prophet Yusha". According to the "official story" these days: Islamic tradition has it that this is the tomb of Joshua, successor to Moses. The grave is 17 meters long, leading to speculation that perhaps Joshua was a giant.The link for the pic has a lot of Palmyran stone reliefs shown as being in Russia. I just had another YouTube recommendation where it discussed the Russians' heavy religious interest in places like Palmyra, going much further than their more secular geopolitical interests in Syria today.
I was wondering if you could tie "English Jesus" into this. Another form of this word is "Berber", i.e., North African, and if Jesus was indeed the actual son of "Panthera" King Ptolemy of Mauretania, then his male line ancestry would be Berber, with him being "grafted" onto the royal Edessa-Adiabene family and becoming a "barbarian" Nazarene, just as the later Severan (Syrian) royal family was grafted onto the royal line of Roman Emperor Septimius Severus, the original founder of the Severan dynasty, through his sister-in-law. Emperor Septimius Severus was another male line Berber with wealthy and aristocratic Italian ancestry from his mother, who was campaigning in Britain for the last three years of his life and passed away at York. His grandnephew, Roman Emperor Elagabalus, had a Deva Victrix renovation undertaken, so is it possible that the Severan dynasty had a blood connection with Jesus and England? Legio XX Valeria Victrix, stationed at Deva Victrix at the time Jesus is supposed to have been there, is believed to have had some North Africans in its ranks. For some more remarkable photos of this fortress and its artifacts, go to http://jjwargames.blogspot.com/, scroll down on the right to "Labels", click on "Chester 2018", and then on that page scroll down a little bit to "Diva Victrix-Roman Chester", Parts One and Two. The tombstone artifact photo I found was near the bottom of Part Two, and you will also see other symbolism there.Contrary to common perception, this denigration was actually based upon the Latin term barbar, which means ‘beard’ and from which we derive the English ‘barber’.
This is also very interesting to me personally, as I recently had received preliminary Y chromosome results showing my ancient male line to be Berber, with a recent common ancestor from about the time of the destruction of Carthage by the Romans. As far as DNA goes, the conventional wisdom is that the Berbers were always North African, with a renegade theory that instead they were originally Phoenician and came to North Africa to found Carthage. This is rare DNA for England, where my documented ancestry begins. I was aware of possible Iberian ancestry, as Carthage and then Rome held that province, along with North Africa, but have not heard of the connections that you have just mentioned, i.e. Basques, Cro-Magnons, and Atlantis, obviously this is not a part of "mainstream" research. Are there links to these theories, especially Atlantis?The Berbers are also interesting as to their strange associations with such as the Basque people, and possibly the Cro-Magnons. There are theories that link them to the Atlantis legend
I had not noticed that Dan had been omitted. I made the following post on my apocalyptic thread: https://postflaviana.org/community/index.php?threads/part-1-the-futurist-apocalypse-is-now.2022/post-13180Early Christian writers believed that the Antichrist would come from the tribe of Dan, and, in Revelation 7:4-8, the tribe of Dan is omitted from the 12 tribes of the 144,000 sealed Israelites, an indication that Dan was not really one of them?