- The Naming of the American Continent
- Quechua Inka (etymology) and the Rulers of the Inca Empire
- Were the Americas named after Amaruca?
- The Amertigo Vespucci statue outside the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy
- Timothy Alberin, “The Alberino Analysis”
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1492 BC, April 19 – Disturbances by Venus (Typhon), Exodus, 20 years of cloud cover, 360-day year, axial inclination to 30 degrees.
At 8:00 in the morning of 3 August 1492, Columbus departed from Castilian Palos de la Frontera (on the river Saltes, at the confluence of the rivers Rio Tinto and Rio Odiel). Columbus and his crew embarked on a voyage to find a shorter route to India and the Orient with three medium-sized ships, the Niña (real name Santa Clara), the Pinta, and the Santa Maria.
In total and complete harmony with the works of Immanuel Velikovsky, it marks the last axial tilt which put Earth into this unnatural inclination which it apparently never rested for any appreciable period of time before, at least not going back at least tens of thousands of years. We know the last axial tilt as the Exodus. Venus was bumping up against our magnetosphere resulting in a massive human migration looking for new, safer lands to inhabit. You may chose to believe these two 1492s are mere coincidence, but they are not
You may chose to believe this is mere coincidence, but it is not. The white people referred to in the above Pedro Pizarro quote as “children of idols” were the mixed race children the Pythagoreans left behind. They were long gone before Columbus sailed.
The Naming of the American Continent
I do not consider any section on this page, though they all be radical, more important than this one. The progeny of Jove place great emphasis on names and dates. This is how your track them through history. And for them, no name was more important the the United States of America, the land in which their plans would come to fruition. In fact, I would go as far as to say that the Waldseemuller map of 1507, discussed in the next section, was of infinite importance to the progeny of Jove, an unparalleled moment in the unfoldment of their plans, which would explain why the Library of Congress spent $10,000,000 acquiring what is supposed to be the only remaining copy, more money than the Library of Congress ever before spent on an acquisition. This supposedly “only remaining copy” is strangely is perfectly preserved over 500 years later.
Toby Lester, a contributing editor to The Atlantic and the author of The Fourth Part of the World in an article for the BBC News Magazine, dated July 4, 2010, entitled How America got its name writes:
When [Matthias] Ringmann read this news, he was thrilled. As a good classicist, he knew that the poet Virgil had prophesied the existence of a vast southern land across the ocean to the west, destined to be ruled by Rome. And he drew what he felt was the obvious conclusion: Vespucci had reached this legendary place. He had discovered the fourth part of the world.
Little did he know Virgil was not prophesying. The Pythagoreans were already in South America when Virgil wrote those lines. They left shortly before Columbus sailed, which is why the Inca Empire they had created fell into civil war. America, in truth, is named after Ameruca, the Peruvian land they controlled much longer than they controlled the Roman Empire.
The inscription on the top left corner of the map proclaims that the discovery of America by Columbus and Vespucci fulfilled a prophecy of the Roman poet, Virgil, made in the Aeneid (VI. 795–797), of a land to be found in the southern hemisphere, to the south of the Tropic of Capricorn:
Many have thought to be an invention what the famous Poet said, that “a land lies beyond the stars, beyond the paths of the year and the sun, where Atlas the heaven-bearer turns on his shoulder the axis of the world set with blazing stars”; but now, at last, it proves clearly to have been true. It is, in fact, the land discovered by the King of Castile’s captain, Columbus, and by Americus Vesputius, men of great and excellent talent, of which the greater part lies under the path of the year and sun, and between the tropics but extending nonetheless to about nineteen degrees beyond Capricorn toward the Antarctic pole beyond the paths of the year and the sun. Wherein, indeed, a greater amount of gold is to be found than of any other metal.
The “path” referred to is the ecliptic, which marks the sun’s yearly movement along the constellations of the zodiac, so that to go beyond it meant crossing the southernmost extent of the ecliptic, the Tropic of Capricorn. 19° beyond Capricorn is latitude 42° South, the southernmost extent of America shown on Waldseemüller’s map. The map legend shows how Waldseemüller strove to reconcile the new geographic information with the knowledge inherited from antiquity. —Wikipedia
This is where it gets really fun, unless of course you think I am “bat shit crazy.” Martin Waldseemuller and Matthias Ringmann are not prophesying. They’re not even guessing. They’re telling you exactly where the Pythagoreans (read Roman elite) landed in South America, which is in Chile’s huge natural harbor near the present day city of Puerto Montt.
Here is the relevant passage in Virgil’s Aeneid Book VI, translated by A. S. Kline from the Poetry in Translation website. The lines “a land lies beyond the stars, beyond the paths of the year and the sun, where Atlas the heaven-bearer turns on his shoulder the axis of the world set with blazing stars” from the Wikipedia article are translated by Kline differently as “to a land that lies outside the zodiac’s belt, beyond the sun’s ecliptic and the year’s, where sky-carrying Atlas turns the sphere, inset with gleaming stars, on his shoulders“and are highlighted in yellow.
777 Yes, and a child of Mars will join his grandfather to accompany him,
778 Romulus, whom his mother Ilia will bear, of Assaracus’s line.
779 See how Mars’s twin plumes stand on his crest, and his father
780 marks him out for the world above with his own emblems?
781 Behold, my son, under his command glorious Rome
782 will match earth’s power and heaven’s will, and encircle
783 seven hills with a single wall, happy in her race of men:
784 as Cybele, the Berecynthian ‘Great Mother’, crowned
785 with turrets, rides through the Phrygian cities, delighting
786 in her divine children, clasping a hundred descendants,
787 all gods, all dwelling in the heights above.
788 Now direct your eyes here, gaze at this people,
789 your own Romans. Here is Caesar, and all the offspring
790 of Iulus destined to live under the pole of heaven.
791 This is the man, this is him, whom you so often hear
792 promised you, Augustus Caesar, son of the Deified,
793 who will make a Golden Age again in the fields
794 where Saturn once reigned, and extend the empire beyond
795 the Libyans and the Indians (to a land that lies outside the zodiac’s belt,
796 beyond the sun’s ecliptic and the year’s, where sky-carrying Atlas
797 turns the sphere, inset with gleaming stars, on his shoulders):
798 Even now the Caspian realms, and Maeotian earth,
799 tremble at divine prophecies of his coming, and
800 the restless mouths of the seven-branched Nile are troubled.
801 Truly, Hercules never crossed so much of the earth,
802 though he shot the bronze-footed Arcadian deer, brought peace
803 to the woods of Erymanthus, made Lerna tremble at his bow:
804 nor did Bacchus, who steers his chariot, in triumph, with reins
805 made of vines, guiding his tigers down from Nysa’s high peak.
806 Do we really hesitate still to extend our power by our actions,
807 and does fear prevent us settling the Italian lands?
Her “race of men” is the progeny of Jove. The “Great Mother” is the Phrygians who survived the last world catastrophe in underground cities. Virgil is telling you their history. See also the Pythagoreans in the Americas.
Waldseemuller map of 1507
The Americas are not named after Amerigo Vespucci as is commonly thought. This is a ruse. As the story goes, a German named Martin Waldseemueller, variously described as a German cartographer, scholar, and priest, created a map in 1507 known as the Universalis Cosmographia, which the Library of Congress now describes as the “birth certificate” of the United States of America because it was the first map to use the name America to describe the new continent. As shown to the left, the map includes an image of Amerigo Vespucci.
In the largest block of text on the map, Waldseemueller writes that many things remained unknown to the ancients “in no slight degree; for instance, in the west, America, named after its discoverer, which is now known to be a fourth part of the world.” [bold-red emphasis added] —David Brown from 16th-Century Mapmaker Martin Waldseemueller’s Intriguing Knowledge
According to John W. Hessler’s definitive book on the subject, The Naming of America, this is an “apparent error.” Everyone knows, after all, that Christopher Columbus discovered the Americas. In other words, America’s “birth certificate” has the wrong name on it. Or so the story goes.
Vespucci not only explored unknown regions but also invented a system of computing exact longitude and arrived at a figure computing the earth’s equatorial circumference only fifty miles short of the correct measurement. It was, however, not his many solid accomplishments but an apparent error made by a group of scholars living in St. Dié, near Strasbourg, France, in the mountains of Lorraine, then part of Germany, that led America to be named (ostensibly) after him; and this is largely why his reputation has suffered. His published letters had fallen into the hands of these German scholars, among whom was the young cartographer Martin Waldseemüller. Inspired to publish a new geography that would embrace the New World, the group collectively authored a revision of Ptolemy, which included a Latin translation of Vespucci’s purported letter to Soderini, as well as a new map of the world drawn by Waldseemüller. In their resulting Cosmographiae Introductio, printed on April 25, 1507, appear these famous words (as translated from the original Latin; see below) written most likely by one of the two poet-scholars involved in the project: “But now these parts [Europe, Asia and Africa, the three continents of the Ptolemaic geography] have been extensively explored and a fourth part has been discovered by Americus Vespuccius [a Latin form of Vespucci’s name], as will be seen in the appendix: I do not see what right any one would have to object to calling this part after Americus, who discovered it and who is a man of intelligence, [and so to name it] Amerige, that is, the Land of Americus, or America: since both Europa and Asia got their names from women”
You really must stop and wonder at this point, how could such a huge mistake have been made a mere fifteen years after Columbus sailed? For us, that would be roughly comparable to wrongly ascribing the 9/11 attack to the Japanese.n In fact, the Library of Congress website states the following:
While it has been suggested that Waldseemüller incorrectly dismissed Christopher Columbus’ great achievement in history by the selection of the name “America” for the Western Hemisphere, it is evident that the information that Waldseemüller and his colleagues had at their disposal recognized Columbus’ previous voyages of exploration and discovery. —From The Map That Named America
They go on to say
However, the group also had acquired a recent French translation of the important work “Mundus Novus,” Amerigo Vespucci’s letter detailing his purported four voyages across the Atlantic Ocean to America between 1497 and 1504. In that work, Vespucci concluded that the lands reached by Columbus in 1492 and explored by Columbus and others over the ensuing two decades were indeed a segment of the world, a new continent, unknown to Europe. Because of Vespucci’s recognition of that startling revelation, he was honored with the use of his name for the newly discovered continent.
But Ringmann and Waldseemüller say no such thing. They make no mention of Columbus whatsoever. This is pure speculation on the part of John R. Hébert who wrote the article for the Library of Congress. No one else supports it, or even mentions the possibility of this being why Vespucci was given credit for discovering America.
The Progeny of Jove “born new” in South America
Few people have studied this subject more than Toby Lester. He wrote two articles available on the Internet entitled The map that changed the world (Boston.com, dated October 28, 2009) and How America got its name, which was cited in the previous section. In the former, he refers to a “multilingual pun” that confused many readers. His meaning is made abundantly clear in the second of these two articles.
Why America? Ringmann and Waldseemüller explained their choice in a small companion volume to the map, called “Introduction to Cosmography.” “These parts,” they wrote, referring to Europe, Asia, and Africa, “have in fact now been more widely explored, and a fourth part has been discovered by Amerigo Vespucci….Since both Asia and Africa received their names from women, I do not see why anyone should rightly prevent this from being called Amerigen — the land of Amerigo, as it were — or America, after its discoverer, Americus.”
Libraries today attribute this little book to Waldseemüller. But the work itself actually identifies no author — and Ringmann’s fingerprints, I would argue, appear all over it. The author, for example, demonstrates a familiarity with ancient Greek, a language that Ringmann knew well and that Waldseemüller did not. He also incorporates snatches of classical verse, a literary tic of Ringmann’s. The one contemporary poet quoted in the text, too, is known to have been a friend of Ringmann.
Waldseemüller the cartographer, Ringmann the writer: This division of duties makes sense, given the two men’s areas of expertise. And, indeed, they would team up in precisely this way in 1511, when Waldseemüller printed a new map of Europe. In dedicating that map, Waldseemüller noted that it came accompanied by “an explanatory summary prepared by Ringmann.”
This question of authorship is important because whoever wrote “Introduction to Cosmography” almost certainly coined the name America. Here again, I would suggest, the balance tilts in the favor of Ringmann, who regularly entertained himself by making up words, punning in different languages, and investing his writing with hidden meanings. In one 1511 essay, he even mused specifically about the naming of continents after women.
The naming-of-America passage in “Introduction to Cosmography” is rich in precisely the sort of word play Ringmann loved. The key to the passage is the curious name Amerigen, which combines the name Amerigo with the Greek word gen, or “earth,” to create the meaning “land of Amerigo.” But the name yields other meanings. Gen can also mean “born,” and the word ameros can mean “new,” suggesting, as many Renaissance observers had begun to hope, that the land of Amerigo was a place where European civilization could go to be reborn — an idea, of course, that still resonates today.
This “born new” is the language of the progeny of Jove. Here it is interesting to note that Amerigo Vespucci appears on the map next to Aquilo, The Roman counterpart of Boreas, “the Greek god of the cold north wind and the bringer of winter.” I think of Aquilo as blowing the progeny of Jove to the New World and “the bringer of winter” as portending what I call “the end game” on my menu and which quite possibly may involve the onset of a new ice age. See also Novus ordo seclorum (New Order of the Ages) below.
How Did they Know?
Supposedly the depiction of the Americas as shown on the map simply was not possible at the time. Now their are arguments to the contrary, which I will come to momentarily, but they must be considered in the light of the cartographers involved. In the first of the above cited articles, Toby Lester describes Martin Waldseemuller and Matthias Ringmann as “two obscure Germanic scholars based in the mountains of eastern France.” And David Brown, a staff writer for the Washington Post (a paper I delivered as a child), has a most excellent and highly readable article on this subject entitled “16th-Century Mapmaker Martin Waldseemueller’s Intriguing Knowledge” dated November 17, 2008. In it he refers to Martin Waldseemuller as “a German priest writing in Latin and living in a French city far from the coast.” Finally, in Toby Lester’s second article, he says,
…Vespucci, it turns out, had no direct role in the naming of America. He probably died without ever having seen or heard the name. A closer look at how the name was coined and first put on a map, in 1507, suggests that, in fact, the person responsible was a figure almost nobody’s heard of: a young Alsatian proofreader named Matthias Ringmann.
How did a minor scholar working in the landlocked mountains of eastern France manage to beat all explorers to the punch and give the New World its name?
How indeed. I discuss the probably answer in the next section.
What did they know that history tell us they should not have known at that time? David Brown article begins as follows:
How was it that a German priest writing in Latin and living in a French city far from the coast became the first person to tell the world that a vast ocean lay to the west of the American continents?
That is one of the bigger mysteries in the history of the Renaissance.
But it is not the only one involving Martin Waldseemueller, a map-making cleric whose own story is sufficiently obscure that his birth and death dates aren’t known for certain.
Waldseemueller appears to have also known something about the contours of South America’s west coast years before Vasco Núñez de Balboa crossed the Isthmus of Panama and Ferdinand Magellan sailed around the bottom of the continent. History books record them as the first Europeans to bring back knowledge of the Pacific Ocean.
In the same article he summarizes Hessler’s view on the subject as follows:
Hessler said he thinks the phrases “now known” and “has been found to be” are crucial. They suggest geographical knowledge that is confirmed and believed, at least in some circles.
“The idea that this was a total guess is far-fetched,” he said.
The people who knew were most likely Portuguese explorers (or at least sailed under the Portuguese flag). It was valuable, and most likely secret, knowledge. How it got to a priest-cartographer working under the patronage of the duke of Lorraine is a good question.
In “The map that changed the world,” Toby Lester says of the map that
…it introduced Europeans to a fundamentally new understanding of the make-up of the earth.
The map represented a remarkable number of historical firsts. In addition to giving America its name, it was also the first map to portray the New World as a separate continent – even though Columbus, Vespucci, and other early explorers would all insist until their dying day that they had reached the far-eastern limits of Asia.
The map was the first to suggest the existence of what explorer Ferdinand Magellan would later call the Pacific Ocean, a mysterious decision, in that Europeans, according to the standard history of New World discovery, aren’t supposed to have learned about the Pacific until several years later.
And in “How America got its name” he says the map is:
the first to depict the New World as surrounded by water; the first to suggest the existence of the Pacific Ocean; the first to portray the world’s continents and oceans roughly as we know them today; and, of course, the first to use a strange new name: America, which Ringmann and Waldseemüller printed in block letters across what today we would call Brazil.
So how did they know? They had maps every bit as good as ours. In fact, Waldseemuller and Ringmann may have gone too far with their 1507 map and gotten into trouble. David Brown musses about this at the end of his article.
In 1516, Waldseemueller published his second great map, called the Carta Marina. It shows South America no longer as an island. The continent disappears off the left of the page, implying it is attached to Asia, which is on the right edge.
Hessler has provided the first English translations of the second map’s text blocks. In one of them, Waldseemueller says: “We will seem to you reader, to have diligently presented and shown a representation of the world previously, which was filled with error, wonder and confusion. . . . Our previous representation pleased very few people, as we have lately come to understand.”
Was this a retraction? It sounds like it. Was a continental America heresy? Hessler said he has found no reason to think it was. So why would Waldseemueller change his new view of the world to an older one?
My guess is they displeased the progeny of Jove by glory seeking and overplaying their hand. Their patron was René II, Duke of Lorraine, but I suspect all of them answered to higher powers in this matter.
How did they know the actual contours of the Americas? Here is an interesting comment from the “The map that changed the world” article.
There is a great theory put forward by Gavin Menzies in his book: “1421 The Year China Discovered the World” and offers a solution how these “Germanic scholars based in the mountains of eastern France” could have come up with such a solution. The Chinese had circumnavigated the world and provided this information to the courts of Europe. In this he also considers the 1666 map by Nicholas Visscher, which shows the outline of Western Australia, drawn years before Captain Cook had “discovered” it. —Leyland Harrison, Essex, England
But the answer is much simpler than this. I could use tired old arguments such as the purported antiquity of maps such as the Piri Reis map, but I would prefer that you explore my Pyramid Matrix (Carl Munck) page. I am way past the point of doubting that there was a civilization more advanced than ours in the past, both intellectually and technically. In the words of Carl Munck:
We have only to admit to ourselves that they knew math at least as well as we do. Or we can simply throw the maps and the math away, leave things as they are, and remain in the dark. What we are seeing in this matrix is the signature of someone who raised global positioning to a fine art, not stone age degenerates.
It is sheer folly to think we are the pinnacle of human development. The progeny of Jove know better. They not only have intimate knowledge of this advanced culture from our past, they had their maps, too.
Why so big and 1,000 copies?
If you want to wax conspiratorial, this I believe is the most pertinent question. For those times, this is a extraordinary number of copies for such a huge map. Realize too, this was a giant map. The picture to the left is Library of Congress technicians preparing the map for display. Can you imagine the work involved in producing 1,000 copies of a map this large? It was a novelty, one I propose was intended to make sure that the name “America” took hold in the popular imagination. Think of the first time you saw a huge, electronic billboard next to the road. That is probably as close s you can get to experiencing what it was like to see such a revolutionary map on this scale in 1507. Even finding a place to display it in the schools would have presented a problem, one once overcome, most likely assured its continued display for years on end. I Have no doubt in my mind whatsoever, that impressing the name “America” on the imagination of those who saw it was precisely the intended effect.
Here is a physical description of the map:
The Waldseemuller map was – and still is – an astonishing sight to behold. Drawn 15 years after Columbus first sailed across the Atlantic, and measuring a remarkable 8ft wide by 4½ft high… —Toby Lester
The map sheets have been maintained separated—not joined, with each of the large maps composed of 12 separate sheets—and that is probably why they survived. —”The Map That Named America” on the Library of Congress website
I am not alone in thinking this was an extraordinary number of copies for the time.
In the years after 1507, copies of the Waldseemuller map began turning up at universities all over central Europe. There, displayed in classrooms and discussed by geographers and travellers alike, its vision of a four-part world insinuated itself into the popular imagination.
Waldseemuller himself would later record that 1,000 copies of the map had been printed, a very substantial number for the day. —Toby Lester
A reported 1,000 copies of the 1507 map were printed, which was a sizeable print run in those days. —”The Map That Named America” on the Library of Congress website
Thus it was how the progeny of Jove named the Americas. Few things would be more important to them than to name the country in which their end game would unfold.
The Universalis Cosmographia and Sacred Numbers
Both Wikipedia and the Catholic Encyclopedia (1913) give the measurements of the map as 18 x 24.5 inches. The latter states:
The map consists of twelve sections engraved on wood, and is arranged in three zones, each of which contains four sections; each section measuring to its edge 18 x 24.5 inches. The map, thus covering a space of about 36 square feet, represents the earth’s form in a modified Ptolemaic coniform projection with curved meridians. It produced a profound and lasting impression on chartography [sic], being of a wholly new type and representing the earth with a grandeur never before attempted.
This bothered me immensely. I knew it had to be wrong because 18 x 24 = 432 and 18 x 24 would make the make exactly 36 square feet. All of these are sacred numbers, which are how you track the progeny of Jove through time. More importantly, 432 orbits of Jupiter is the length of a Great Cycle in the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar. The 24.5 had to be wrong. Finally, I found the correct measurements on the Library of Congress website.
That map, printed on 12 separate sheets, each 18-by-24-inches, from wood block plates, measured more than 4 feet by 8 feet in dimension when assembled. —”The Map That Named America” on the Library of Congress website
As far as I am concerned, this is as good as the progeny of Jove signing the map. 18 x 24 is particularly meaningful if I am right about 2018 because 24 always signifies and end to something, as in a 24 hour clock, Matthew 24, Isiah 24, etc. 36 is one of the nine sacred numbers and signifies completeness, as in the 360 degrees of a circle. Moreover, it is the product of 4 x 9, the four corresponding to the “fourth part” of the world, the continent of America. In other words, the sacred numbers that define the dimension of the map in and of themselves suggest that what I call “the end game” will unfold in the new continent. If you think this is a numbers game I invented in my head, you will never understand the importance of the sacred numbers to the progeny of Jove, which is to say you will never understand them. They live, breath, eat and sleep the sacred numbers. To not so so would be equivalent to a Cristian openly disrespecting Christ Jesus. In short, the sacred numbers are their religion.
Quechua Inka (etymology) and the Rulers of the Inca Empire
Before discussing Amaruca, I need to discuss the meaning of Inca. Inca is commonly used to refer to the Quechua people of the Inca Empire whose capital was in the Cuzco Valley of Peru, but it is derived from the Quechua word inka, the literal interpretation of which is given variously as emperor, lord, or king, ruler of the Inca empire, the supreme ruler of the Incas, ruler or member of the ruling family, man of royal blood, man of royal lineage, royal person. I believe Inca refers to the Pythagoreans in South America. In the aforementioned section, Pedro Pizarro says of the “white” people they met in modern day Peru, “These people [of the upper class] say that they were the children of the idols.” I believe you can interpret this to mean “the children of the pythagoreans.”
The Quechua people live in the highlands of South America, an area I believe the Pythagoreans ruled under various names as the Moche culture, Tiwanaku Empire, and Inca Empire before abandoning the Americas to return to Europe shortly before Columbus “sailed the ocean blue” in 1492.
Quechua, known as Runasimi (“people’s language”) in the Quechuan language, is an indigenous language family, with variations spoken by the Quechua peoples, primarily living in the Andes and highlands of South America. Derived from a common ancestral language, it is the most widely spoken language family of indigenous peoples of the Americas, with a total of probably some 8–10 million speakers. Approximately 25% (7.7 million) of Peruvians speak some variation of Quechua. It is perhaps most widely known for being the main language of the Inca Empire. Quechuan languages— from Wikipedia
It is believed by some that no one ever really saw the Incas. I believe this is true.
In [Peruvian (Inca) and] Mayan languages, ‘ka’ means ‘soil’.
(Amaru-ka; soil-land of Amaru–Amaru is the “plumed serpent”, thus,
Amaruka ‘America’ is the ‘land of the feathered/plumed serpent (Amen-
Were the Americas named after Amaruca?
Regrettably, the claim that the continent of America was named after Ameruca, “The Land of the Plumed Serpent” is made on a number of websites that are essentially quoting each other if not outright copying the text of another website. It is basically the same story repeated over and over again, some attributing other websites and some claiming original authorship. The main thrust of this oft repeated article is a misguided effort to suggest that America was named after Amaruca for some nefarious reason. And so oft repeated story begins with a few sentences of misquoted text that is completely irrelevant from the theosophist Helena Blavatsky’s book The Secret Doctrine.
It took me awhile to sort through all of this mess to get to the substance. It appears as if everyone is quoting from the now defunct www.amaruca.com website, which was active for over a decade from 2002 to 2012. All during that time it included a link to Luciferian Worship: It’s beginning in Serpent, Dragon, and Sun Worship on yet another defunct website www.plim.com (www.plim2.com is active, PLIM is an acronym for “Power Latent in Man”) the force behind which is “Dr. Lee Warren, B.A., D.D.” a self-styled “metaphysical herbalist.” With the help of the Wayback Machine, I was able to recover and preserve the original source for all these stories, the above named article copyrighted in 2000 which was part of “PLIM REPORT, Vol. 9 #3.”
But underneath all of this is some real substance, a man named James Morgan Pryse. Here then is the substance of all the aforemention nonsense:
James Pyrse researched an article written in the Theosophical Society magazine entitled Lucifer, which gave insight into the word “America.” James Pyrse says that the chief god of the Mayan Indians in Central America was Quettzalcoatl. In Peru this god was called Amaru and the territory known as Amaruca. Now he states: “Amaruca is literally translated “Land of the Plumed Serpents (p. 45).” He claims that the name of America was derived from Amaruca, instead of after the explorer Amerigo Vespucci. —Lee Warren
These are the only two mentions of James Pryse in the original article cited above. I can find nothing else in that article or any of the dozen more it has spawned of any value. I am in contact with both Dr. Warren and the Adyar Library Research Centre in India trying to get a copy of the Lucifer magazine from which this quote is taken. Meanwhile, Manly P. Hall also quotes James Pryse.
THE POPOL VUH
No other sacred book sets forth so completely as the Popol Vuh the initiatory rituals of a great school of mystical philosophy. This volume alone is sufficient to establish incontestably the philosophical excellence of the red race.
“The Red ‘Children of the Sun,'” writes James Morgan Pryse, “do not worship the One God. For them that One God is absolutely impersonal, and all the Forces emanated from that One God are personal. This is the exact reverse of the popular western conception of a personal God and impersonal working forces in nature. Decide for yourself which of these beliefs is the more philosophical. These Children of the Sun adore the Plumèd Serpent, who is the messenger of the Sun. He was the God Quetzalcoatl in Mexico, Gucumatz in Quiché; and in Peru he was called Amaru. From the latter name comes our word America. Amaruca is, literally translated, ‘Land of the Plumèd Serpent.’ The priests of this God of Peace, from their chief centre in the Cordilleras, once ruled both Americas. All the Red men who have remained true to the ancient religion are still under their sway. One of their strong centres was in Guatemala, and of their Order was the author of the book called Popol Vuh. In the Quiché tongue Gucumatz is the exact equivalent of Quetzalcoatl in the Nahuatl language; quetzal, the bird of Paradise; coatl, serpent–‘the Serpent veiled in plumes of the paradise-bird’!” [bold-red emphasis added] —American Indian Symbolism from The Secret Teachings Of All Ages By Manly P. Hall by Manly P. Hall
There is at least a similarity between the names of Amaru in the mythology of Andean civilizations of South America and Amurru the god of the Amorites, also known as the Amurru people. This is something I have yet to investigate, but could lead to a progeny of Jove people older than the Phrygians. If the Americas were actually named after the Amorites, that would give a whole new meaning to the idea that the United States of America is the New Babylon of the Book of Revelation.
About 2400 BC, the Amorites were living in what is now southern Turkey and Syria. Amorites means “westerners” in Sumerian, and that makes sense because the Amorites lived to the west of Sumer. They spoke a Semitic language, and lived partly in cities and partly as nomads.
We hear about the Amorites mainly from their neighbors in Mesopotamia. Mesopotamians complained that the Amorites were always attacking them. The Akkadian king Naram-Sin led an army to fight off the Amorites about 2200 BC. But after the collapse of the Akkadians, around 1900 BC, the Amorites succeeded in invading Mesopotamia. So by about 1700 BC their descendants created the Babylonian Empire. This empire centered on their capital city of Babylon. Babylon was the same place as the old city of Akkad, the old Akkadian capital.
When the Indo-European Hittites invaded Turkey, probably the Amorites were not officially conquered, but they did come under the influence of the Hittites and learned a lot from them. Mostly, the Amorites learned how to ride horses and how to use a war chariot for fighting.
The Amorites seem to have used this knowledge to attack Egypt, about 1700 BC. At first they probably attacked the parts of Syria that were under Egyptian control. When the Amorites won there, they continued on south along the Mediterranean coast through Lebanon and Israel into Egypt itself, where they seem to have controlled the mouth of the Nile (the area around Memphis) for a while. The Egyptians called them the Hyksos (HICK-soss), which just means the foreigners, the strangers.
With the start of the New Kingdom in Egypt, the Egyptians forced the Hyksos/Amorites to leave Egypt. The invaders went back to their own land in Syria and southern Turkey. We don’t know very much about them after that. The Christian Bible mentions them, placing them around 1200 to 700 BC. They seem to have eventually been absorbed by the Assyrian Empire.
One key point in Velikovsky’s reconstruction of ancient history is a statement in the Papyrus Ipuwer (p. 38):
Papyrus 3:1 Forsooth, the Desert is throughout the land. The nomes are laid waste. A foreign tribe from abroad has come to Egypt.
According to Velikovsky, in the aftermath of the catastrophe caused by the comet, tribes from the Arabian desert invaded Egypt pillaging the country, raping women, and killing the population. This group of people were called the “Amu,” whom Velikovsky identified with the Hyksos. He wrote: “If the catastrophes of the Papyrus Ipuwer and of the book of Exodus are identical; if, further, the Hyksos and the Amalekites are one, then world history, as it really ocurred, is entirely different from what we have been taught” (Ages in Chaos, p. 99).
The issue for Velikovsky’s reconstruction of history hinges on the identification of the Hyksos. Although the identity of the Hyksos has been an item of debate, scholars believe that they were a Northwest-Semitic people who invaded Egypt and Syria. Since the Hyksos worshiped Canaanite gods, especially Baal, it is possible that some of them were Canaanites.
Velikovsky identifies the Hyksos with the Amalekites…
Now we get to the real story. To appreciate it, you must accept the fact that the Pythagoreans were in the Americas for a very long time, since before the time of Christ Jesus. Their total time in the Americas reviles that of the Roman Empire. If the idea that the Americas are named after Amerigo Vespucci is a ruse. Who then are they named after? This is one secret the progeny of Jove do not want to get out of the bag because no one is supposed to know they were there. No one is supposed to know that the Inca Empire was a product of the Pythagoreans.
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In mythology of Andean civilizations of South America, the amaro… is a mythical serpent or dragon, most associated with the Tiwanaku and Inca empires. Ameruca translates as the “land of the plumed serpent.” in Peru
The Amertigo Vespucci statue outside the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy
The progeny of Jove like to leave markers behind to celebrate their accomplishments. In this case, two Italian men are supposed to have discovered the Americas and the entire continent is supposed to have been named after one of them. So where best to celebrate this grand deception than outside the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy, which Wikipedia describes as “one of the most important Italian museums, and the most visited, it is also one of the largest and best known in the world.”
I continually hark on how hard it must be for the average person to think that the progeny of Jove control this world to such an extent that they virtually write our history according to a masterplan that is thousands of years old. I understand this, but I urge you to try anyways because it is the truth of the world in which you live. The Amertigo Vespucci statue outside the Uffizi Gallery is rich in symbolism.
What I see here may sound preposterous. Nevertheless, it jumps off the page for me. I encourage you to learn to think as they do rather than dismissing what I have to say here as “confirmation boas” (i.e. bat shit crazy). First let’s consider the iguana’s posture. Does it not look like it is about to devour something? It’s mouth is open and the eyes are greedily staring at “America” (i.e. the United States of America).
When the dewlap is rigidly extended, its leading edge actually slants forward a bit. This flaring out is used both offensively and defensively. Offensively, it may be part of a threatening gesture, a warning that here is a big iguana not to be messed with. It typically occurs when something or someone new enters the iguana’s environment. Being unsure what it is or what type of threat it may present, the iguana issues a preemptive warning first.
When the flared dewlap is combined with the tall stance, laterally compressed body, and erect nuchal and dorsal crest, the iguana is seriously working at intimidating someone or something. —By Melissa Kaplan, William K. Hayes
The iguana’s dewlap in the statue is arguable not anatomically correct (the spines on the crest look more like they belong on a dinosaur than an iguana’s dewlap), but more to the point here is how pronounced the crest of spines appears. You must see that the artist did this deliberately. It is the first thing I noticed. Count the points on the crest of spines. There are nine. For the significance of the number nine please read Sacred Number 9 and the Controlling Entity. This speaks volumes. Moreover, the nine spines appear in the center of the column marked America. The iguana entered into this posture from the bottom of the column, and is now eagerly eyeing the top of it.
Enough background. I’ll now tell you what I see, and leave it to you to make your own conclusions. The Pythagoreans entered the Americas from the south and came to dominate Central America. They are now poised to devour North America, or what would become the United States of America. In short, this statue is about the symbolism of the iguana, on Amertigo Vespucci.
What is that higher truth? It is the antiquity of the forces at work here. I cannot say this often enough. You cannot grasp what is happening unless you allow yourself to at least imagine that earth is subject to periodic cycles of destruction. There were a people, the Phrygians, who survived the last world catastrophe in underground cities. They know what is happening. Their descendants exist in the United States military and government, a nameless entity well hidden behind need-to-know clearances that exclude even sitting presidents. They are in the last stages of a plan to survive the next world catastrophe, only this time their aim is much higher. They have been acquiring advanced technology that they plan to use to catapult them forward once Mother Nature takes care of the population explosion they carefully orchestrated.
If you allow yourself to start thinking like this, then you can begin to see what is really happening. The Inca Empire in Peru was indeed their first creation in the new world after largely abandoning the Roman Empire. They named the Americas after the Peruvian name for their former empire in South America. Lighton goes on to say:
James Pyrse researched an article written in the Theosophical Society magazine entitled “Lucifer”, which gave insight into the word “America.”
He says that the chief god of the Mayan Indians in Central America was Quettzalcoatl / Kukulkan (“Plumed Serpent”, “Feathered Serpent”). In Peru this god was called Amaru and the territory known as Amaruca.
Pyres states: “Amaruca is literally translated ‘Land of the Plumed Serpents’ (p. 45) – (Variation: ‘Land of the Great Plumed Serpents).” He claims that the name of America was derived from Amaruca, instead of after the explorer Amerigo Vespucci. This further proves that serpent worship was common throughout all cultures.
Here again the focus is on “serpent worship” instead of why someone would fake naming a continent after someone. Lighton asks the question at the conclusion of his article, but then provides a bizarre answer.
Why Falsify History?
If a reptilian species of extraterrestrials ruled the Earth in ancient times, and your family was left in charge as their direct descendants, wouldn’t you do the same?
Machu Picchu was “discovered” by a Freemason named Hiram Bingham III. I suspect very strongly that this was the unassailable seat of power for the Pythagoreans in South America, or at the very least, their Summer retreat or a secure fort when they were threatened. It is not as high as you may think. The elevation is only 8,000 feet. Though I do not think it of any particular significance, Machu Picchu is notably located at 13° south latitude.
Relation to Viracocha, Inti, Staff God?
Not discussed: technical sophistication of Inca Empire (e.g. roads), no one ever saw the Incas, Major roadways closed to commoners, “Virgin” houses along major roads brothels for the rulers
Timothy Alberin, “The Alberino Analysis”
I don’t agree with a lot os stuff this guy says.I think he reads the Bible way too literally. I don’t think everyone but Noah and his family died in the last axil tilt, though to many at the time it doubtless seemed to them that they were the only survivors. I don’t like all the Lucifer crap, a point I try to explain on my Astronomical Symbols, Not Luciferianism page. I think the giants were us when earth was inside of Saturn’s magnetosphere, not the children of “fallen angels.”. And I think this is all about a New World (i.e. after the coming axial tilt), not a New World Order. The whole New World Order thing is a distraction, perhaps the most sophisticated of them all. But other than that (which is a huge part of his presentation), I really like this guy and consider him a sort of brother-in-arms.
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