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11832heracles strangling 2 serpents

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  • aumsparky@earthlink.net
    Jan 8, 2012
         a popular theme among the ancients, was that hera sent two serpents to kill the baby heracles.  numerous vase paintings use this theme. 
         when i concluded that the fuente magna depicted this theme, it was surprising that nobody echoed support.  it is a very important point, whose implications may guide us to the voyagers who deposited it in bolivia. 
         it may be a votive bowl which the ancients were fond of donating to their temples.  there may be a buried temple to heracles yet to be found in bolivia. 
         there were two prominent heracles, the first about 10,000 bce.  he was adopted by the greeks, and the phoenicians, and was known, if not worshipped in egypt.  he is said to be a son of zeus, and a mortal mother.  he made many travels, to tunis, and across the trident sea in north africa.  he looted troy.  his fame was known in northern europe.  for the most part he was deified in europe and the mideast.   
         in the 'oera de linda' book, with corrected chronology, we have the frisian/magyar fleet, circa 9750 bce, founding tyre and a temple to thor.  tyre is thor corrupted.  7,000 years later the tyreans rebuilt and dedicated the temple to heracles.  alexander was enraged by their refusal to allow him to worship in that temple.  he destroyed tyre about 330 bce. 
         the origin of the fuente magna seems to point to tyre, prior to 330 bce.  they may have worshipped heracles long before 2750 bce.  likely several temples were built within 7,000 years.  so the fuente magna probably dates between 9750 bce and 330 bce.  the phoenicians got their seamanship from the frisian founding of tyre.  they became the most capable of long sea voyages, by the charts they inherited.  the use of cuneiform could most likely date between 9750 bce and 2000 bce.  it was a widely known script in those days.  the sailors could have picked up a scribe at some port along the way.  each nation would need scribes to keep in contact with babylon and assyria.  its likely that the change from thor to heracles began after the trojan war, which i date to 5500 bce, thru hint by cayce.  so maybe we can pin the date of the fuente magna to between 5500 bce and 2000 bce, when tyre may have been under greek domination.  having a better idea of the approximate date and origin, may speed the translation.  i dont accept that it was an oracle bowl, or the translation by winters.  i believe king hiram reigned during that time, his voyagers left an inscription in brazil, so we know he reached south america.  in fact his fleet made voyages to ecuador for solomon, imho.   reading that bowl will make it an incredible find.  i bet hiram is named on the bowl!  the use of cuneiform should not mislead scholars, scribes of many nations were available in seaports and capitals, for trade and diplomacy.