15 July 2017

Chronicles of Eri ~ notes

Three years ago, I read the Chronicles of Eri, part 1 and part2, and referred to them a few times on the forum, as summarised here and here (use control-F). For future use, either by me or other researchers, the notes that I made are posted below.

title pages of part 1

Chronicles of Eri - some notes at first reading.


xxxii - Cecrops from Egypt -> Attica

xxxiv - Priestcraft!!! 2nd paragraph

xxxvii - Adele (Greek) - obscure, uncertain

xl - Ion, general of the Athenian forces --- quote Jopsephus!!!

xliii - Ellen (Hellenja) and Jon / Thessaly, Pelasgi

xlvii - Israel slaves

The first people in the register of time who confederated, arms in their hands, premeditated evil in their hearts, to molest a kindred people, were the children of Israel; but they had been 215 years in bondage in a strange land, and slavery vitiates the soul, corrupts the mind, and changes as it were the essential qualities of man; they had for a long season felt themselves deserted, and forgotten by the world, save their taskmasters, in whose practices towards them they only recognized the ways of man.

lvii - Pt. 2: idea that Scandinavia parent state of Scythians ridiculed by Connor

lx - Nice criticism of Christianity

lxviii - IV Scythian goths = cimmerii = cimbri = germanni

xcii, 92 - Sidon as origin Spanish Skyths

101 - Nice about Great Flood

Fryas = Cimmerii and Celtae - Cimbri, Germanni
"why so many nations and countries had quite other names amongst their neighbours, than what was usually known amongst themselves"

131 - Vesta and Fire Service

143 - Part XII Language

cl - Word root Magy - mag

152 - Ur-o-maz or Ur-a-mas persian primal god - fire how excellent

clxxxviii - Begin of word list

Here also: Giola (GOLA?) - messenger, servant (greek: aggelos)

Bbachal - staf (bacchus?)
Kai - et - ocas (and) --- ogsa, also

225 - reacht - rectum (right, law) --- rjucht

229 - Phoenicia, palmland

239 - Venus, fen - woman (finda?)

259 - Language cimbri, germani

260 - Tudesque - thjudisk

367 - Argyle - Ardgael - highlands of the Gaal, which were the Sciot (Skythen)

349 - (Conclusion) ... Gaal Sciot Ib-eir, who emigrated from Iber, by the way of Sidon and the Mediterranean to the north western quarter of Spain, to which they gave the name of Gaelag, where having abided for the space of 120 years, Eolus the then chief journeyed to Sidon, where he learned the use of letters, whither he shortly afterwards sent nine of the wisest  of the people to be instructed in that science.

352 - Cyrus, the Elamite or Persian Scythian, (whose mother was ### Mandane ###, the daughter of Astyages, the Median Assyrian)

Idem: I shall make a few observations that will produce the effect of putting to silence for ever more the senseless political fictions of Sasson scribblers, by their oligarchy, ...

357 - Sassons, language
"And that the language of Eri, or Gneat Bearla, is that spoken by the Scytho-Iberian, Naol-Maid-eis, Ogeageis, improved to the Bearla Fcine, or Phcenician language, by the aid of letters, a dialect of the Persian, Hebrew, Greek, Roman, and Gothic, as written in Gaelag 1365 years before Christ, ..." etc

360 - "If I have..." and "Have I shewn..."

361 - "... the migrations of this tribe from Magh-Seanar, by Euphrates, to the Araxes, and Iberia in Magh-Og, from thence to Gaelag, by the way of Sidon and the Mediterranean, and ultimately to this Eri."

36 - (434) "... instruct the Gaal to beware of the devices of the children of Feine, they are covetous, they are deceitful, with their lips they give honour to Baal, in works they have respect for riches only." => FINDA

38 - "In the language of Eri, Eolus means wisdom" => JOL (yolus) later also IOLAR (name)

52/ 450 (A) priests of Sydon!!!!!

60 and onwards - Very negative about priests like in OLB

Similarities Gaal-Fryas:
Fire Dervice,
Priest criticism,
Folk = children of ...
"Priests of Sidon",
Children of Feina (?)(Finda?)

- Very different language and style (with some similarities and overlap)
- Gaal is purely male culture contrary to matriarchy/ wise women
- 'Godhead' (creator) "Baal" = sun
- Inheritance of power

title pages of part 2


14 (20) - Different mentality: "Er taketh delight in the lessons of wisdom, he chargeth the Olam to nourish the fire of the spirit of the youth, that he and his race may rule over men."

23 - IOLAR means eagle

24 - "Shun Casantir eider, go not to the land of metals. The children of Feine have fair words on their lips, their hearts are treacherous, the fire of their spirit burneth too fiercely ; is it not continually fanned by the breath of avarice ?"

31 - <<In these days came a ship, with men of Feine, with letters, saying, "Let my servants search through thy land for metals of precious things, if any such are to be found therein, and ye shall have one twentieth part, and my servants will pay for whatever they have from thee. Let there be a covenant between thee and me." ...  deceit is in the heart, falsehood is in the tongue of Feine.>>
+ important part about priests and statues Baal, Sul, Re!!!

34 . Footnote c: children of Feine = Phoenicians // note d about image worship

48-50 - (Note b) flood as metafore for invasion!!! (compare Hidde 1256 AD)

62 - Note g - Great tirade against priesthoods

64 - Note a - envy between Olam and priests

81 - "When the children of Feine thought to throw chains of slavery over them, did not our fathers escape from them?"

98 - Erimionn: about priests and princes/ kings, very interesting

100 - The 5 new laws (some cancelled)

105 - "Sons of Golam"

106 - New laws

107 - "Shall one have spoken falsely of another, let the false one suffer in the like manner as he designed against the other, and let the like be observed in all cases for ever."

119 - "Race of Golam"

124 - "And the Gaal do complain that the priests terrify their minds with evil spirits of the air, over which Baal hath given dominion unto them:
Therefore the Carneac move not without an offering,
But of these things no words are spoken aloud, only from the mouth of one to the ear of another, for fear is on the minds of the Gaal because of the priests." ???KERENAK??? Carneac

Difference style:
Baal enters his house ...
and it was so

146 - "Saorlam rose, and he did speak of the glory of his race, and how the Danan were borne on the waves of the sea, the old world before the world that is, felt the heat of the sun." => Reference ALDLAND???

161-162 - Interesting piece - mind control

202 - Again year count 7th century BCE; so very much in 8th, 7th century BCE

208 - About original in possession author

215 - Important part on priests-Baal

217 - Name oiliol 'bèrn' gael!!! --- many references 'kings, princes, nobles'

218 and onwards - Serious war threat 6th century BCE

222 - 'Bearngael'

230 - Footnote about names 'bear-' --- also a remark about war after long time of peace

242 - Baal temples - religion

243 - Important part idem

246 - Metal mining begin, new chariots for 2 horses

253 - 'Chief of maginis'

255 - Digging canals

261 - Boys in small boat - ancestors came with "ships of the merchants" + following part!

265 - Footnote 2 - original was thus at least of 6th century BCE

267 - Enemy of Gaal in durable houses, ca. 500 BCE - war on mainland!

270 - Gaal buried their dead

273-4 - Significant footnote - phoenicians, mineslaves, brigantes

279 - Extreme cruelty

287 - Taxing for army

288 - Metaphor: wolf-shepard

294 - Cruelty

298 - Priests sow discord and warmonger: Danan friends of race Er: converse with spirits of the deep, not Baal

301 - Cruel revenge (eye for eye-like)

310 - Names blotted out from the rolls

327 - Words Baal known to cruimtear only

328 - The waters of Athluan!!!

339 - Mighty slaughter: priests poured the sound of their voices into the hearts of the men of Gaelen

341 - Nice: "And the eye of the damsel spake unto his heart tenderly; in the silence of their tongues their eyes held converse deliciously."

344 - Chief of Rathbot...

351 - "It is safer to put confidence in a thousand women than in one man; man is treacherous, he is full of deceit. Use woman tenderly, and she will return thy tenderness one thousand fold."

362 - Maca, first queen! ca 300 BCE

375 - Names of daughters

383 - Migration Gael of Feotar to North Britannia ca. 275 BCE / in general: much war and conflict between 600 and 300 BCE

385 - Sons of Golam

391 - Whole chapter more poetic, rhythmic / much more romance in last part

415 - Gaal of Feotar (from the land of Cruithen) are Garman, Germani, who came to Eri 299 BCE!!! "Loc Garman"

428 - "The princes and nobles of these lands were evil towards each other continually, and they did stir up the Gaal to be foes one to the other."

429 - Example of patrilineal - son of ... son of ... etc

435 - Remarkable love story Aine, Mara

443 - Cruitnig? different folk which becomes stronger...

451 - Fir Cios? different 'hostile' folk?

456 - Daughters of Feotar are popular - must have been a beautiful, strong race... Brandt and Storm - Fryas names?

482 - Great battle, many dead

485 - Land of Ardtain?

487 - Chronology of the hebrews

492 - Year of metaphorical flood: 2247 BCE / exodus israelites: 1381 BCE

496 - Of the Scythians v.a. 5359 BCE

497 - Pelasgoi, Cecropeia in Attica: 1120 BCE --- Hemon, Pelasg. settles in Thessaly 1060 BCE

499 - Marius destroys Cimbri or Germanni: 102 BCE

502 - Pelasgoi are Scythian shepherds

503 - His brother Neptune or Iapetus 956 BCE

a map as published in part 2

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