Kachi – Myths and Legends of Armenia

Kachi – Myths and Legends of Armenia

Kachi link the natural chain between the Armenian dragon and the Armenian devs. In fact, they are identical with the widely known (not theological) devs. They are none other than European elves, kobolds, etc. Their name means “brave”. The ancient euphemism (as the modern Armenian expression “our best” or the Scottish “good people”) was applied …

Abused Plain Tree Legend or the Unpunished Destruction of the Armenian Identity

Abused Plain Tree Legend or the Unpunished Destruction

The whole nature of Armenia is marked by an ancient culture that identifies the Armenian ethnos with the location under an intentionally forgotten name, Armenian Highlands. Everything that recalls the presence of the ancient Armenians is being deliberately destroyed, including the Armenians themselves. There is no doubt that this is done purposefully because no one …

Armenians Indeed Are Autochthonous to the Armenian Highlands

Armenians Indeed Are Autochthonous to the Armenian Highlands

In November 2016, the archaeological excavations conducted by the Armenian and foreign scientists in the Karabakh village of Azokh confirmed that the people who had lived there seven thousand years ago are the ancestors of modern Armenians. “Armenians are the only autochthonous people of the Armenian Highlands, they did not move in from other regions,” …

The Petroglyphs of Armenia (Video)

The Petroglyphs of Armenia (Video)

Today, the territories of Armenia and Asia Minor are theorized to have been the homeland of the oldest astronomical knowledge. Outstanding historians of astronomy came to the conclusion that people who divided the sky into constellations lived between 36° and 42° north latitude. According to English astronomer Olcott, people who invented the ancient figures of …

The Armenian Contribution to the History of the Byzantine Empire

The Armenian Contribution to the History of the Byzantine Empire

“…In the 10th century, the Armenian detachments were considered the best units of the Byzantine army.” “The main problems of Byzantine history”, Charles Dil, Moscow, 1947. “The military power, organization, and talent of the Byzantine Empire, that reliable and firm ground holding the whole splendor of the country, was completely Armenian.” “The Byzantine Empire on …

The Disappeared Enemies of the Armenians

The Disappeared Enemies of the Armenians

In ancient times, the Armenians had many enemies. All of them disappeared, even those that beat the Armenians in both numbers and power. From those empires, only ruins are left, and the only thing reminding about their inhabitants is memories of historians. One of these enemies were Babylonians living south of Armenia. The two states …

Armenians are the Standard for Azerbaijanis

Armenians are the Standard for Azerbaijanis

I was wondering whether to put this article or not. One Aydin Ali-zade is a questionable person. His articles have a claim to a deep philosophy. One of his articles has even been removed from the resource from which it had been originally reprinted. Whatever the case, the degree of hatred in the Azerbaijani society …

Arthur Edmund Carewe, a Legend of Silent Movies

Arthur Edmund Carewe, a Legend of Silent Movies

Arthur Edmund Carewe (Hovsep Hovsepyan) was born on December 30, 1884, in the city of Trabzon. The Hovsepyan family was the backbone of the Armenian aristocracy. Hovsep’s father Garo was the most influential banker in the Ottoman Empire. Unfortunately, his father did not see the birth of his son as he was killed during the …

The Legend of the Sacred Dizapayt Mount

The Legend of the Sacred Dizapayt Mount

“In the 17th century, the Katarovank monastery was founded on the top of the mountain Dizapayt. There, monks performed prayer rituals to clear the area of evil spirits,” Varsenik Mkhitaryan, a resident of the village of Tumi, said. The monastery of Katarovank is a high-altitude temple in Artsakh located at an altitude of 2480 meters …

The Lor Village and its Mysteries

The Lor Village and its Mysteries – Syunik, Armenia

Name origin. The village of Lor was first mentioned in 839. History says that the village received its name in honor of the brave prince Lorik, who ruled the medieval principality of Syunik. From the written sources of the time, it is known that the prince was very respected among his people. He managed to fill …