The Migration of the Sea-People and the Indo-Iranean Migration
by Karl Juergen Hepke
Caused by the cosmic
catastrophe of 1250 B.C. , by the demolition of towns and houses, the
destruction of fertile farmland, the worsening of climate and by that caused food
shortage and certainly not at last by the psychological shock of the
catastrophe it came to an emigration of masses of survived men. Concerned were
at first the most directly struck countries
After the complete destruction of the Atlantian capital Tharsis and the with that
connected sudden disappearance of the political, economical, mental and
cultural center and the far reaching destruction of the whole country, the
surviving people left it and went to East. Their aim was
Here they overrun the only half-hearted resisting empire of the Hittites (D) and turned than,
united with them , against
Some groups of people separated from the main-stream
and found their own way. So the Dorers went to
The roaming people were supported, as far as possible,
by the strong fleet of the Atlantians, which had , thanks of its stationing in
In the hieroglyph- and cuneiform texts of
1190 B.C. Ramses II defended the north-eastern border
against an invasion of the Philists, Teukres, Sikules, Danunes and others. So
different the combination of names of nations, so unambiguous is, as expression
of a big migration wave - the again and again approach of new waves of the
Sea-People. They were not the only ones who helped to destroy the proud
In the year 1180 B.C. a new wave of Sea-People rolled
on through land and sea and clashed with the Egyptians in the 8th year of rule of
Ranses III. This time they were Philists, Teukres, Siciles, Dananes and
Weschesch. they overran
The seafarers had boats with steep to the top turned bow and sharp spur for ramming. The roaming on land men had ox-carts loaded with their belongings and were accompanied by their wives and children. Ramses met the offensive on land at Djahi and the offensive on sea in the river mouths of the delta.
He was successful in some respect, because the
Sea-People reached not the immediate penetration into
So you can read in the egyptian report about the battle among other: " A big number of captives was brought to Egypt"..."I settled them at fortified places, enslaved in my name"..."Their combat units were counted as hundreds of thousands"...."I assigned to them shares of clothes and supplies of the treasure and granary."
You can assume, that Ramses only accepted that part of men, longing for entrance, and put it into his troops, which was well equipped and trained. It could have been a part of the atlantian main troop. These troop had the asset, that it was grown up and educated in a culture which was similar to the egyptian. For that, there were to expect no problems of integration .
Some groups of the Sea-People were bounded for the
siege of achaeen towns and the following battles for power in the Mykenean and
achaeen area. Others returned with help of the fleet to their old areas of
settling in the West. Again others settled in the North of Iran, where they
found a country which was similar to their native land in
Also the Assyrians (D) profited at first from the wave of immigrants. Thanks of big parts of atlantian troops they modernized their forces and made them for some time the most powerful and most successful of the region. But than they had big problems with the more and more increasing wave of immigrants. Again and again their kings had to fight with the immigrating "Aramaeens", spent much energy for that and felt at last victim to the also by immigrants grown neighbours Babylon and Persia.(D)
The Philists and Teukres, which were some part of the
Sea-People settled in the lowlands at the coast of
Their pecuniary and cultural lead was considerable in the time of judges and at least in the days of Saul and David (D)began the balance to be better for the Israelians, because the culture of the immigrants without mental midpoint decayed , while that of the Israelians, as a new nation with anger of learning, increased continually.
The atlantian Aramaeens founded in the today Syria in the area of Damascus, which was later on the capital of the biggest aramaeen kingdom, a couple of smaller kingdoms reaching to the South as far as Galilae until the time of the Romans.
But since the beginning a big part of the migrating
people went further to the East to the as well interesting
Another part went further East, crossed the South of Persia under partly big loss in the deserts and dry valleys of eastern
The bigger part went further and joined the crowd of
roaming people which had chosen the longer but better way through the russian
Here will be given only some examples:
The cow or the bull played a big roll in Atlantis. It was worshiped as a god. In
The caste system in India is an image of the old
horizontal structure of the atlantian state.(D) It goes from the
upper class (in Atlantis descendants of gods, in India Bramahnes ) over several
layers, which were in Atlantis priests, officials, warriors, tradesman, farmer,
dealer to the underneath men, which wer created as servants of the other (see
Platon Kritias). In
The population of
after the Emigration of the Atlantian People in
The consequence of the emigration of the biggest culture supporting part of people out of the center regions of the atlantian settling area was a nearly complete decay of culture in these areas. Into the nearly depopulated areas of Austria, West-Germany, France,(D) Iberia and the British Islands immigrated, coming from the East, since 600 B.C. groups of people which are usually today called "Celts".(D)
In the beginning they were probably fringe groups of the iranean indigenous population, which were driven out of their country by the Atlantians. Probably there were in it also rests of the Indus-culture. They spread over the only thin settled regions, abandoned by the Atlantians, took possession of the megalithic monuments and integrated them into their religion, which was originally a religion of nature. With them returned parts of the atlantian people, which had settled at the long way at suitable appearing places or did not like or were not been able to go further.
After the about 600 B.C. quickly beginning bettering of climate, which caused periods of drought in many regions of the East a big part of the atlantian people remembered their old, humid native country at the sea, where these problems were unknown and returned to it.
It is very possible, that the caste of druids,(D) which gained a special roll at the Celts, were in their origin groups of in the country resting or soon returning atlantian priests. Of priests, who did not like to abandon their sanctuary or returned to it and saved some knowledge of the Atlantians to the time of Celts.
For reason of their knowledge they were entrusted with the education of the young people of the upper class. The fact, that it was forbidden to note the knowledge of the druids, as usual in the Atlantian Empire and that this knowledge was only oral reported in druid schools to especially selected pupils points out to the meaning, that the druids did not dare to give the knowledge to the folk, probably because they thought that it was not sufficiently mature for it.
This and with the run of time increasing lack of pupils of atlantian roots lead to the decline of druid knowledge, so that no equal cultural and religious base was given against the new ideas, imported by the Romans. The holy meaning, which was given to the mistletoe on the oaks could be a sign , that the caste of the druids felt in the nation of the Celts like the mistletoe on the oaks.
The northern fringe groups of the Atlantians, in first
line these of the baltic region gave only a small share to the emigration.
Their base of feeding was wide reaching fishing and hunting so that they were
not affected as their farming southern neighbours by the worsening of climate.(D) The catastrophe
itself had not reached them directly. They formed later the core of the again
Because they were only fringe groups they were
insufficiently at home in the atlantian culture. Therefore they were not able
to oppose to the by the Romans imported culture and the religion of
Christianity. Interesting is in this context, that some parts of the not by
These "Christians" of irish origin were mostly to Christianity converted druids or at least men who were very near to atlantian religion and discerned that the theory of peace of Christ and his qualities as man of salvation and son of god was not far away from their "culture-bringers".
Basing on this own insight and the knowledge of the atlantian religion it was easy to convince the Germans also of the compatibility of both religions, which lead in praxis to the assumption of many "heathen customs", that means ,atlantian traditions, into Christianity. So is, for example, the festival of spring "Eastern" attributed to the atlantian goddess of fertility "Ostara", who is no other than the "Astarte" or "Aschera" of the Kanaanites or the "Ishtar" of the Babylonians. At the other side the steeple of the churches in the northern countries is reflecting the menhir of the Atlantians.
Read to this in English: The History of Atlantis, the forgotten Origin of our Culture By Karl Juergen Hepke
Or as a book in German language:
VON ATLANTIS, der vergessene Ursprung unserer Kultur
by Karl Juergen Hepke
TRIGA - DER VERLAG, D 63584 Gruendau-Rothenbergen, Germany, 2nd Edition, Hardcover, 268 Pages, EUR 22,00, ISBN 978-3-89774-539-1 ,