February 1, 2023
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Who (or what) was Helen of Troy

According to mythology, the so-called Beautiful Helen was the daughter of Zeus and Leda, she has as a “human” father Tyndareus and brothers Dioskouri, Castor and Polydeukis. Her sister is Clytemnestra. But from a very early age Helen was considered the daughter of Zeus and Nemesis. Nemesis, trying to avoid Zeus, ran through the whole world, while constantly changing form. In the end he transformed into a goose.

Zeus transformed himself into a swan and in this form joined her at Ramnunda in Attica. After this union, Nemesis gave birth to an egg, which she abandoned in a sacred forest. A shepherd discovered it and brought it to Leda. She put it in a basket and, in due time, the egg opened and Helen was born, whom Leda raised as if she were her own daughter. Still other traditions considered Helen the daughter of Ocean or Aphrodite. She is also attributed as sisters, in addition to Clytemnestra, Timandra and Philonoe.

If we accept the truth of Theologian Semiophoros in HELLENIC LOGOS, HELENI is analyzed as follows:



Let’s look at the research below and what it has to do with the name ELENI.
According to the researcher Vasilios Vasilakos from Trebizond Sparta in his book “The Mysteries of Taygetus” he states: “The Greek state is the part of the earth that consists of high & sharp peaks mostly stony to create shadows and by extension religions” .

According to the many years of research and his findings (lots of gifts and archeological evidence that confirm his theory), in 25,000 B.C. a spaceship named “Taleton” landed on top of Taygetus which is shaped like a perfect pyramid.

The astral travelers were looking for a perfect pyramid, where based on its shadow and astral alignments they would give oracles to build the cities and sanctuaries of the entire planet. From the word shadow comes the word religion, which of course has nothing to do with the current concept of religion. The shadow of the pyramid was sacred and it was forbidden to alter its shape, hence the word thriskia.

The meaning of the oracle was to formalize to the people, the most suitable place to build cities and temples. The name of the new region or city was given based on which Star or Constellation it aligned (perpendicular). E.g. the ONE point of the planet (as far as alignments – oracles are concerned) was Taygetus (= I rule the earth, I rule it). From there, the peak of Olympus, the point TWO (city of Dion), and then the point THREE, or else TROY or ILLION, took “use”.

Between them the three points make a right triangle. Between point ONE (Taygetos) and point TWO (Dion), there is Delphi, and specifically the exact middle point of the distance (golden section), is the village “Chryso” 5 km south-west of Delphi. The wider area, because it is double & equal to the first two financial points, was called Amfissa.

A little further down geographically the city of Galaxidi got its name because in 12,000 BC. they aligned with the Andromeda galaxy! It is no coincidence that in the western continent, America and specifically in Mexico, there is a mountain peak at the end of a perfect pyramid called ¨EL TAGIN¨, (Taygetos).

Apollonius, Tyanaeus and Aristotle were absolutely right when they said: “visiting names is wisdom”, i.e. analyze the name of your place and you will understand its history, which constellations it aligns with and when it was made. Astral channels, star alignments, and alignments will always shift over thousands of years, since everything in the universe “runs”. When e.g. the city of Galaxidi aligned with the Andromeda galaxy before 12,000 BC. and now it no longer aligns.

One understands how old the history of Greece is and by extension we understand what happened to the old navels that have now stopped giving oracles, such as Dodona and Delphi. We understand why the first navel was in Delos, then in Dodoni and finally in Delphi, because simply over the centuries the alignment with the stars moved, so the mystics gave new oracles for new ¨connected sanctuaries¨!

After understanding the essential importance of Taygetus, and in combination with the origin of Helen who was from Sparta – Taygetus and the seriousness of her flight, so that there was an armed conflict between point ONE (Sparta) and point THREE (Troy), we realize that it is not a simple person but something sacred and unique whose possessor had superiority over other signs.

According to the researcher Mr. V. Vasilakos, Helen was a person who was chosen every year through a beauty contest, was initiated into the truth and sacrificed at the top of the pyramid to preserve the sanctity of the place. The other approaches to the issue of “Helen” suggest that it was certainly a title possessed of unparalleled sanctity and inner beauty. The holder of the title was a priestess in the supreme sanctuary of the oracles/religions, helping to spread Greek culture. For a woman to be placed in such a high initiatory office, it reminds us seasonally of the era of matriarchy, when most sanctuaries had female priestesses & hierophants, i.e. long before the flood of Ogygos around 10,000 BC.

Helen was the intermediate link between the earth and the sky, she was the messenger of the gods to the people, she had heavenly powers and kept the institution in an unspoken state. He was an excellent manipulator of matter and spirit and could be in any geographical places he wanted for

to give an oracle. That is why Euripides mentions that the idol of Helen went to Troy while she herself was in Egypt. Menelaus was not her husband but her guardian, the one responsible for her safety and protection.

Let’s not forget that after the end of the Trojan War, Menelaus meets Helen in Egypt and not in Troy where he was supposed to meet. At first he does not recognize Helen because she had a different form (!), but then he recognizes her and there is exultation and joy, as if she did not leave Sparta of her own free will. In the resulting dialogue with Menelaus, Helen confides in him that her idol went to Troy, while she (her real body) came to Egypt for safety.

The initiated Euripides tells us in his play “Helen”:

Helen. : I did not go to Troas, but my idol.
Menelaus : But who makes living effigies???
El. : The Aether from which the gods made your wife.
With. : Which of the gods did it ??
El. : Hera to replace me and not be taken by Paris.
With. : You say unbelievable things.
El. : The name can be in many places, but the body is not……
(Euripides “Helen”, 570 – 588).

Menelaus : Elder, come and talk with us.
Angel: Isn’t this the reason we suffered in Troy?
With. : No !! it’s not her. The Gods deceived us and we had in our hands a statue of clouds that brought so much evil.
English : What do you think ;; So we fought in vain for a effigy of clouds??
With. : All this is the work of Hera and the strife of the three gods. ……
(Euripides “Helen”, 702 – 708).

This can also be confirmed by a different factor. When Paris “stole” Eleni, they stayed one night across from Gythio, on the islet of Kranai. From there they passed Kythera – Antikythera and traveled to Troy. Between Kythera – Antikythera there is an energy gate, this is indicated by the names Kythera (= there + door). Even today there is a blind spot out at sea, where gps, compasses and radios do not work, due to the space-time distortion that that geographical point is subject to.

So only idols or energies with the aether waveform could pass through the gate. After all, the real Helen was in Egypt. Why there; But why is there point FOUR of the oracles, with the difference that there are no stony mountains, nor natural pyramids, when ¨consecration pyramids¨ had to be covered, “…for the creation of shadows and by extension religions …”, and from artificial pyramids BUILT BY THE GREEKS…. Egypt is throbbing.

An Egyptian priest addressing Solon observes about the Greeks that they have forgotten their past, having made everything in the past, while now they remember nothing:

“O Solon, Solon, Greeks are children, there are no old men”

Performance: “Solon, Solon, you Greeks always remain children and there is no old Greek.”

(Plato, Timaeus)

Reader Note:


which happens at the expected time, the right time, when it is ripe, ready (for something)
the οραῖον (as a substantive adjective): the proper season
when it was beautiful
(:when the weather allowed, the season, when the season was right)

(with a clear and even perhaps exclusive meaning of beautiful, the word seems to begin to be used from the Christian years onwards because at the beginning of the Hellenistic era it was NOT yet synonymous with beauty)

the beautiful (as a substantive adjective):
the harvest season, specifically the 20 days before and after the rising of Sirius or Canis Major (then probably mid-June).

from: https://www.diadrastika.com/2014/06/blog-post_42-10.html