Chapter 96: The Royal House Of The Scythians
Royal Scythians were unaccountably chronicled as the Lords of Anu, 1 just as Tuatha Denaan were the Tribe of Anu. In addition, a multiplicity of myths documented Tuatha migrations to the Emerald Isle immediately after the flood.
Royal Scythians were the Ring Lords from the Transylvanian fairy race that spawned the Elven race of the Tuatha Denaan, which eventually migrated to Ireland sometime before 1000 B.C.E. Three key Dragon bloodlines came together in marriage from Mesopotamia, Egypt, and Edom (Amalekite/Horite) to found the Scythian Ring Lords, which later split into three more bloodlines sometime before 1100 B.C.E. , forming the Fir Bolg, Milesians, and of course, the Tuatha Denaan. Therefore, the marriage of Scota and Niul of Scythia reconverged the three great dynastic lines from Scythia with the Egyptian/Mesopotamian line of Egypt, which both carried significant Grail/Dragon/Ring bloodlines from Esau and the Nephilim Amalekites. This created the most venerable family of that epoch, which remarried into the royal, Scythian- spawned Tuatha Denaan later in Ireland, creating the famous and elitist Albi- Gens , the Elven race of Europe, 2 according to Gardner.
Emperor Justinian II of Constantinople noted the Scythian Ring Lord/ Dragon Court root to the Tuatha Denaan was the most ancient of all the tribes in the world, even older than the Egyptians. 3 The original Scythians carried an independent genetic root back into prehistory that we will now examine.
What is most interesting is that in polytheist lore, the most ancient of the Scythians even predate the antediluvian Sumerians. Tablets found beneath the village of Tartaria in the famous province of Transylvania evidently predate Sumerian texts by 1,000 years, according to carbon- 14 dating! What is amazing about this discovery is that the glyphs/symbols on the tablets were virtually identical with Sumerian glyphs. 4 According to the Encyclopedia Americana , the Scythian language suggests an Iranian heritage, 5 to which Theosophists concur. This, then, suggests the ancient Scythian culture founded the antediluvian Sumerian civilization, which is contrary to modern dogma.