Jul 25, 2014

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ALEXANDER WON THE EASTERN MEDITERRANIAN, EGYPT & INDIA TO THE GANGES

ALEXANDER WON THE EASTERN MEDITERRANIAN, EGYPT & INDIA TO THE GANGES

by Sasha Alex Lessin, Ph.D. (Anthropology, U.C.L.A.)

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Alexander

Wings on the coin indicate Alexander's connection with Zeus, aka Marduk.

The gods of Greece are the same ET s from Nibiru who’ve run us Earthlings from our getgo.  They made us from their genome to serve them.  They and those they left in charge of this planet continue to instigate wars of Earthlings against each other as proxies for their own incessant rivalries.

Most of the Nibirans who came here to run the Nibiran goldmining project left Earth between 2025 and 650 BCE, after Enlil-Yahweh’s enforcers nuked those of Marduk-Ra. They left Marduk as Earth’s top “god.” Greeks called Marduk Zeus.

Marduk’s son, Alexander, lives out the insane lust to one-up everyone else that is the essence of the Anunnaki philosophy of life that our Nibiran makers have imprinted on by example and design.

Cyrus of Persia conquered Babylon in 539 BCE.

Babylon

Babylon

Cyrus of Persia Takes Babylon

Cyrus of Persia Invested Babylon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marduk welcomes Cyrus

Marduk welcomes Cyrus

Marduk, Babylon’s resident Anunnaki “god,” welcomed Cyrus.     Cyrus returned Nebuchadnezzar’s Israelite hostages to Jerusalem. 

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Return from Babylon

 

 

 

Cyrus’ successor, Cambyses, conquered Sumer, Mari, Mittani, Hatti, Elam, Assyria, Egypt and the Persian Empire.

 

King Cambyses of Persia conquered Sumer

King Cambyses of Persia conquered Sumer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In 522 BCE Darius murdered Cambyses and ruled the extended Persian Empire. Darius 1

Darius

 

 

 


Philip II with wealth from goldmines in Macedon outfitted infantry and cavalry that united Greece. 

Philip of Macedonia2       Philip II

 

 

 

 

. Macedonia’s Philip II had Aristotle tutor his legal son AlexanderAlexander’s mother, Olympius of Epirus, said she begat Alexander with Marduk (known in Greece as Zeus).

Olympius, Alexander, Philip

Olympius, Alexander and Philip





Alexander sparked the Macedonian win over the other Greek city-states at Chaeronea, where his cavalry encircled and massacred Thebans who refused surrender.

Alexander at Chaeronea

 

 

 

 

Philip released his Athenian prisoners and controlled most of Greece. 

. One of Philip’s  bodyguards whom Olympius and Alexander had suborned killed Philip before Philip’s new son with a pure Macedonian (Cleopatra) could displace Alexander. Philip assassination 

Alexander’s man killed Philip’s top general as he pursued the bodyguard.  Olympius killed Cleopatra’s son and Cleopatra killed herself.

 

 

 

 

. Alexander took Macedonia’s throne.  He held Delphi’s Oracle Priestess at swordpoint.  “Am I Zeus’ son?”  She confirmed him as son the Zeus, the Greek name for Marduk-Ra.   

  Delphi oracle w saucer

 

. Re-affirmed as Marduk’s son, Alexander, in 334 BCE,  with 32,000 infantry and 5,100 cavalry, attacked Persia.  While Darius and the Persian army quelled a rebellion in Egypt, Alexander’s army rowed across the Dardanelles to Abydos in Turkey.

The infantry formed lines that stretched for miles and faced enemies with a phalanx of 18-foot piles before the cavalry.  

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Alexander's army

Alexander's army w cavalry too

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Alexander led a cavalry charge that routed the Persian army and its Greek mercenaries at Granicus.

Granicus

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At Gordium, Alexander hacked with his sword on the outer strand of a knot on the oxcart shrine of King Midas.  Whoever could untie the knot would, people believed, rule Asia.  After he finally severed the outer stand, he simply unwound the rest of the knot.

Gordian knot

 

 

 

The Macedonians invaded northern Syria and left their wounded in a base at Issus and marched south to engage the Persians but Darius took Issus and cut Alexander’s army off from its supply line to Greece. Daruis took the Persians over a mountain pass, killed all Greek wounded in Issus.  The Macedonians returned to Issus.  Alexander led his cavalry and defeated Darius’s army. Darius fled to Babylonia.  He left Syria, Palestine, and Egypt open for conquest by Alexander. 

The Macedonians took the Landing Platform at Baalbek; Alexander renamed it Heliopolis.  He tore the Greek city of Ephesos from the Persians, then defeated Darius at Issos.  Alexander then took  Sidon and Aleppo.  In 332 BCE he conquered Syria.

In Phoenicia, after a seven-month siege, the Greeks took the main Persian naval base at Tyre.

Alexander's Causeway to Tyre

Here’s how Alexander won. Tyre’s leaders killed emissaries Alexander sent to ask for peaceful surrender.

Enraged, Alexander made his men, though under constant  arrow-fire from Tyrian ships,  a causeway with built-in Siege towers to connect the city to what  an island in the harbor that protected the city.  

Tyre sent a ship loaded with Naptha and stopped construction, killed the men building and defending the causeway.  

The Macedonians built a second causeway and brought warships from Cyprus.  When this second causeway connected to Tyre,  the Macedonian infantry attacked Tyre from the North and Alexander led forces down gangways from the ships, then through a gap in Tyre’s wall.  

When Tyre fell, the Greeks controlled the eastern Mediterranean.  They massacred 8,000 Tyrians and sold 30,000 into slavery.

Alexander reached Babylon in 331 BCE and rushed to the ziggurat temple to grasp the hands of Marduk as conquerors before him had.  But Alexander saw Marduk’s corpse preserved in oils in his ziggurat.  

Alexander won Egypt in 331 BCE, and he founded there the city of Alexandria.  

Alexander abruptly left his troops and trekked  a week over desert to Siwa Oasis.  There, he commuted in what he thought a private audience with the gold statue of Marduk.  Alexander asked Marduk’s statue, “Am I Zeus’ son?”  The Temple’s priest, from a hidden chamber behind the statue, confirmed Alexander as son of Ra-Amen aka Marduk.

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 Siwa

In 331  BCE at Gaugamela (Iraq), Darius’ army, with bladed-wheeled chariots,  attacked Alexander’s luring positions on his flanks.  The attackers left a gap in the center of their forces, between the chariots charging the Macedonian flanks.  The gap they created as they took the bait of massed Greek infantry flanks exposed the Persian center to Alexander’s light cavalry.  The Greeks killed 300,000 Persians and lost 100 men. Batalla de Gaugamela (M.A.N. Inv.1980-60-1) 03  

 

 

 

 

Alexander proclaimed himself the King of Asia and marched to the Persian capital, Susa, which surrendered without a fight..

Alexander took Persepolis, Bactria, Sogdianna and  Cyropolis.  From Persepolis, Alexander sent the gold home to Macedonia.  He let his troops rob, murder the men, rape the women.  Alexander and his drunk generals led as the Greeks burned Darius’s palace.

PercepholisPercepholis burns

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Alexander chased Darius to make him abdicate as Persia’s God and King.  Though Darius’ generals speared Darius and left him for dead, Alexander found him dying.  Alexander said he’d honor and exalt Darius’ kin.  In return Darius  abdicated as god and king–gave the jobs to Alexander–then died.

In 329 BCE, he conquered Scythia.

Macedonian soldiers, away some seven years from Greece, began agitating to return home.  Alexander purged his top general and others whom he suspected of agitation.   He made his lover Hephaestion co-commander of the army.

In 329 BCE, Alexander married captive princess Roxanne.
Roxanne and Alexander

Alexander now ordered people to bow to him as a god.  He created a huge harem of beautiful women and enjoyed a new one each night. He killed his historian for criticizing his  hedonism, his “Persianization.”

In 327 BCE, the Macedonians invaded India. After the Hydaspes River battle in 326 BCE, Indian King Porus charged Alexander’s forces with elephants.  Alexander almost died, before his troops, of wounds.  The troops saw he lacked the invincibility he claimed he, as a god, possessed.

Alexander on elephant2Alexander on elephantAlexander army elephant2           “Alexander’s generals refused to continue with the invasion of the Indian subcontinent.  Alexander turned back to Asia Minor.” [Childress, 2000: 149] 

He planned to cross the  Ganges for more conquests, but his troops mutinied, wouldn’t go further. Alexander in India1

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So Alexander sent half his army back to Susa by sea.  He took the other half of his men through the Gedrosian Desert and reached Susa in 324 BCE.

In Susa, Alexander married his senior officers to Persians.

Alexanders men marry Persian noblewomen1

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In 324 BCE, an assassin may have poisoned his second-in-command, Hephaestion.  Alexander hung Hephaestion’s doctor.

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In 323 in Babylon, Alexander, dying of disease or poison, said he willed his empire “to the strongest”.

Alexander’s erstwhile buddy Cassander killed Alexander’s wife and mother and named himself King of Macedonia. Ptolemy took Alexander’s corpse to Egypt and there started the Ptolemaic Dynasty. [Mark, 2013].

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Alexander invasion route

Alexander’s conquests

 

 

 

 

 

References click here Anunnaki Chronology Link click-me Anunnaki Who’s Who Anunnaki Evidence *** More on the Gods of Old: Anunnaki: Gods No More by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D. (Anthropology, U.C.L.A.) http://vimeo.com/user7362624/sasha-lessin-phd

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