Semiramis I ? (Contemporary of Zarathuštra of Bactria) م -8140 ? -6000

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سلالة Narasimhites
الجنس أنثى
الإسم الكامل Semiramis I ?
ألقاب أخرى Contemporary of Zarathuštra of Bactria
أسماء أخرى Swarbhanu

Derceto (Devamba) ? (Athara, Athagates) [?]

Radheya Virochana ? (of Karna (Karnak) (Karnakh)) [Narasimhites]



-8140 ? -6000 الميلاد:

ولادة الطفل: Vištaspa ? (Hystaspes) [Ahheyaites]

ولادة الطفل: Satyavati ? (Daughter of Swarbhanu) [Ahheyaites]

ولادة الطفل: Hydaspes ? (Son of Oenaeus) [Ahheyaites]

ولادة الطفل: Sosane ? (Ahurzaites) [Ahurzites]

ولادة الطفل: Hyapaites ? (Son of Oenaeus) [?]

الزواج: w Ninus I Nameses (Ningirsu) [Ahurzites]

اللقب المميّز: Queen of Ahurziya - Reigned 42 years


Contemporary of Ratu Zarathustra ? (Zoroaster The Magi) (Spitamid, ?)

Semiramis was the builder of the original Hanging Gardens of Babylon. These gardens were destroyed several times and restored over the years but never to the full glory of the original. Semiramis was married twice producing kings from both marriages. Her origins have been greatly mythologised but reading beyond the myths and comparing tradition to historical and archaeological tradition it becomes easier to piece together a plausable picture of this historical queen.

Semiramis' mother Derceto, also known from other records as Athara or Athargatis, was a vestal priestess of Pishdadi (Dilmunati) descent who fell in love with an unidentified Syrian (Sigiriya) man who visited the shrine to make offerings.

THE LEGEND: It is said that after the birth of her baby the mother Derceto exposed the baby to the elements and then jumped into the lake near Bambyce and turned into a "Big Fish". The baby was raised for the first year by birds who sustained the child on milk and cheese stolen from the local herdsmen. When the baby was 1 year old she was found and adopted by a childless man named Semmis who named the baby Semiramis.

THE REALITY: It is likely that the mother drowned following the birth of the baby and that it was raised by the priests and priestesses of the temple and given out for adoption after a year. The rest of the story of Semiramis, while legendary and larger than life, is not impossible.

The Assyrian empire encompassed most of the known world at the time except India and Bactria (both of these were extensive empires of their own) Bactria comprised most of Eastern Asian continent and India consisted not only of the subcontinent of India but vast portions of Africa and some of South-east Asia as well, the remaining superpower of the time was the Thebaid confederation who had control of the Mediterranean, North Africa, Libya which included vast portions of Africa, and the far western shores of Europe and included many of the tribes of the "Sea Peoples". At the time of her abdication (in favor of her son Ninyas (Ninus II) The "Asian" (aka Assyrian) empire encompassed the following. NOTE: ancient boundaries of countries are different than current boundaries. Many of these locations are not in the areas commonly associated with them in modern times and many of them have been lost or forgotten.)

  • Babylonia (not the City)
  • Armenia (King Barzanes)
  • Media (King Pharnus)
  • Egypt
  • Phoenicia
  • Coele
  • Syria
  • Cilicia
  • Pamphylia
  • Lycia
  • Caria
  • Phrygia
  • Mysia
  • Lydia
  • The Troad
  • Propontis
  • Bithynia
  • Cappadocia
  • Persis
  • Susiana
  • Caspiana
  • Tanis River from the Black sea to the north sea

in addition she was Queen Regent of the following tribes: Cadusians, Payrians, Hyrcanians, Drangians, Derbices, Carmanians, Choromnaeans, Borcanians, Parthyaens and the minor barbarian tribes within her boundaries.

It is proposed that Semiramis may have been the person to commission the Syphinx (aka The Purushamriga of Egypt) during her tenure as Queen of Egypt. Detailed geological studies have shown that the Sphinx is much older than the Egyptian Old Kingdom and may have been built between 5000-6000 BC, subject to intense hydro-erosion in the form of extensive rainfall before the desertification of the Giza Plateau, swallowed by the desert prior to 3000 BCE, Excavated by Khnum-Khufu ? (Suphis, Cheops) (4th Dynasty - Egypt, ?), restored by Djedefra (Radjedef) (4th Dynasty - Egypt, ?), consumed again by desert prior to 1500BCE, Re Excavated and restored again by Thutmose IV Thoth is Born (18th Dynasty, ?), again consumed by the sand prior to 1700 CE only to be re-excavated in modern times.

The earliest inscription associated with the Sphinx is a mention of sacrificial offerings by both during the reign of Wenofer...khaf who commissioned the statue in honor of Atum-Hor-em-Akhet.


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من الأجداد إلى الأحفاد

Pritha Kunti ? (Foster Daughter of King Kuntibhoja)
اللقب المميّز: Mata Prithvi (Priestess)
الديانة: Dyavaprthivi Dharma
Prahlada Suraya Visnu (Phra-Athit)
الميلاد: Sigiriya, Sri Lanka
اللقب المميّز: Dyaus Pitar (Priest)
الديانة: Dyavaprthivi Dharma
Derceto (Devamba) ? (Athara, Athagates)
اللقب المميّز: Priestess of Abhrasthita
Arjuna Purna Purush (Burna-Burash I) (Prince of Indraprastha)
السكن: Indraprastha, Indo-Parthia
اللقب المميّز: Rig Purusham
Radheya Virochana ? (of Karna (Karnak) (Karnakh))
السكن: Vijayanagara, Karnataka
السكن: Sigiriya, Sri Lanka
الديانة: Devotee of Atman
== 3 ==
Oenaeus (Anenas) ?
الميلاد: General
اللقب المميّز: King of Mari
Semiramis I ? (Contemporary of Zarathuštra of Bactria)
الميلاد: -8140 ? -6000
الزواج: Ninus I Nameses (Ningirsu)
اللقب المميّز: Queen of Ahurziya - Reigned 42 years
== 3 ==
Ayuh (Ayus)
الميلاد: Chyavan hermitage, Kartikeya
Hokhmah Hiku-Ptah Ma'at (Clan of the Lion, Erinyes Ananaki)
الميلاد: Areyanum Veija
الزواج: Jama Seth (Yima Xšaēta)
أخرى: Tongue of Ptah
أخرى: Divine Wisdom
Lugalzagesi Lugal-Zagesi (the Shepherd)
السكن: Aireyanum Veija, Black Sea Region
اللقب المميّز: King of Umma
العمل: Ishib-Priest of El-Ahn
العمل: Ilumah-Priest of Nisaba
العمل: Ensigal Priest of Enlil
اللقب المميّز: High King of Mesopotamia and Areyanum
التعليم: student of Zarathustra

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