The Armenian Parthia

These statues, reliefs, stones, and temple is from the heart of Sumer, Mesopotamia, or Chaldea (Hatra). What was known to the Pre-Renaissance world as ARMENIA? French Orientalist and Professor Barthelemy d’Herbelot (1625-1695) wrote the following in his ‘Bibliotheque Orientale’ book (1697) :

“All the country between the Indus and the Caspian and Mediterranean seas, down the Euphrates, and along the Persian Gulph, including Syria, Phoenicia, and India Lymerica, was anciently denominated ARMENIA. The eastern people gave the name of Armeniah to those nations, the Greeks and Romans called Parthians and Persians.”

It is important to remember that centuries-old literature like that which spread the truth about Armenia completely shatters the lies and “Histories of Armenia” fed to us for generations by the so-called “Armenian” Church fathers of Byzantine. Do not forget that the 18th century was considered to be ‘The period of recovery’ for the Anti-Nicene Churches. It was a time when certain Christian sects were trying to recover and spread the truth about human history, creation, and God that they believed were concealed by Rome and Byzantine.

I believe (and this is my opinion) that these figures and ancient people on these stones are the Parthians. They look extremely similar to the Gods or Kings found at Mount Nemrut. Not only that, you can see the arch of the temple in one of the images which have the same continuous dotted or oval arch pattern as the Garni Temple.

The temple has an arch like the ancient Aryan temples or Armenia’s Churches, but the columns look exactly like Egyptian temple columns which are fascinating. What most people probably do not know is that the Hungarian Nazis strongly believed that Christ was a Parthian. They believed that their ancestors came to Hungary from Parthia.

The further back you go and deeper you dig, the more you come to realize that many ancient tribes that we hear or read about in the Bible or history books were just different Armenian tribes at war with one another.


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