(Family Tree of 
"OCEANUS and TETHYS" in context of "Endless waters on earth")



Inside the Family Tree of the so-called "House of Dardania" and the "House of Troy" are a number of hidden ancient creation concepts as well as the family tree of people who lived in that area - all combined together linguistically.  They are in riddle form where each mythological name personifies more than one concept and personality.  These meanings have been preserved in the so-called "Greek" language - which is an artificial language made up from ancient Turkish.  The true identity of each mythological name only emerges when analyzed in Turkish - within the given context.  

In this essay, I will analyse various identities of each personality appearing as a person and/or personification in the Trojan Family Tree.  This family Tree of Troy is also called "HOUSE of TROY" in literature such as the one written by Rhoda A. Hendricks, ["Mythologies of the World", McGraw-Hill Book company, 1981, p. xx].  The word TROY itself is from Turkish phrase "TUR ÖY" meaning "House of Tur", that is, the "House of Tur/Turk/Oguz  people".  Because this ancient "mythology" is a very convoluted array of gods, persons and concepts that have affected the lives of human beings as a highly developed and civilized community on earth, 
I had to divide the explanations into smaller parts so that the reader could have a better chance of understanding the revelations that I am writing about.  Let us now understand these concepts better. As a starting point, we have the following from a Wikipedia link at :

"The ethnic affinities of the Dardans (and Trojans) and the nature of their language remain a mystery. The remains of their material culture reveal close ties with Luwian[3] other Anatolian[4] groups, Thracians[5] and Greek contact.Homer writes the elite was mixed but predominantly Greek[6] and the Romans considered them to be Greeks as a whole[7].They are totally unrelated to the later Illyrian tribe of the same name [8]"

The first line of the above statement in this citing from Wikipedia, saying that "The ethnic affinities of the Dardans (and Trojans) and the nature of their language remain a mystery" is disinformation.  In my paper at link,   I revealed that the so-called "DARDANS" were TATAR Turks and the "TROJANS" were TUR Turks - and together they made up the  TATAR/TUR/TURK/OGUZ peoples, that is, the ancient TURANIANS, who are presently well and alive. Their Turkish language that each spoke back then were the dialects of the same Turkish language.  That made them all related to each other.  That ancient Turkish was usurped by "Indo-Europeans", the Semites and others - to manufacture artificial languages for themselves.  Saying that "The ethnic affinities of the Dardans (and Trojans) and the nature of their language remain a mystery" is a false statement either from not knowing the historical facts, or from knowing them but intentionally suppressing them.  Whichever it is, the ancient facts related to the civilization of the ancient Turanian peoples are steadily coming to the surface one by one. In this study, I will show some more of that ancient reality.

The citing above also says that:  The remains of their material culture reveal close ties with Luwian[3] other Anatolian[4] groups, Thracians[5] and Greek contact." 

Ancient Anatolians were Turanian Tur/Turk Oguz peoples - contrary to Greek and Roman concoctions. The so-called name LUWIAN is a Hellenized and therefore distorted form of the Turkish expression "ALEV ÖVLER" meaning "flame houses", or alternatively, "AL EVLER" in Turkish meaning "red houses" - who were the ancient Sky-God and Sun and Moon worshipping Turks. These ancient sun-worshipping houses had either red roofs - to indicate the fact that they worshipped the Sun, or, the walls or columns of the house were painted red (for the same reason) - as in the case of the palace of Cnossos of the non-Greek but, rather, Turanian House of MINOS on the island of Grete.  The color red was the color of the hot red glowing fire of the sun during sunrise and sunset.  Thus, red "FIRE"(ATAŞ) and "FLAME" (ALEV) were the representation of the Sun on earth - for the Turanians.  Therefore, the ancient Anatolian people, so-called "LUWIANS" by the western sources, were not Aryan Greeks.  Nor were the other native Anatolians Greek people - as we are led to believe.  If, at some time, there were some non-Turk people among the native Turanians of Anatolia, it was because the Tur/Turk/Oguz peoples of Anatolia (and everywhere else) tolerated them - usually to their own detriment.   

Additionally, the name "Thracians" is nothing but a distorted and Hellenized form of the Turkish expression "TURK-HANS" meaning "Turk lords" and/or "TURK ÖYLER" meaning "Turk houses".  Furthermore, the name THRACIA", rearranged as "TARCIA-H" is another form of the Turkish name "TURKIYA" (TURKÖYÜ) meaning "House of Turks" 

Thus whichever way we analyze these names, they indicate to be Turkish and belonging to Turks.  Since all of these ancient native peoples of Anatolia and Thracia, including so-called "ancient Greece", were Turks, it is natural that their ethnic material left behind would have close ties with each other.  

Furthermore, the citing above states that, 
"Homer writes the elite was mixed but predominantly Greek[6] and the Romans considered them to be Greeks as a whole[7]".  We must note that the works of Homer (name is from Turkish name  ÖMER/ OMAR), such as the ILIAD, were heavily "EDITED" by the Greek editors such as Zenodotus and Aristarchus, in the ancient library so-called "ALEXANDRIA" in ancient Egypt. They altered and deleted as they pleased. Thus, the originality of Homer's works in "Greek" are very questionable.  In the editing process, Homer's works were totally "Hellenized". This is the ancient Greek way of establishing a civilization for itself:  destroy the original civilization created by the ancient Turanians, and then build on the ruins - something related to that old civilization - and built from that old civilization - but looking somewhat different - which is then called "Greek" civilization.  
The fact that the names in the family Tree of the Royal House of Dardania and Troy are all presented in Hellenized forms is clear evidence of this fact.  Therefore everything appears to be Greek!




The family Tree of the Royal House of Troy is also given at url
The author of this link, "Timelessmyths", has done an excellent presentation of the family members as given in Greek mythology even supplying comments on each member.  Thus, the family tree diagram in the above link should be referred to when reading this article.  

The family Tree of the Royal House of Troy  and Dardania is given under the "family tree of 
OCEANUS and TETHYS" The distorted name TROY is actually Turkish "TUR ÖY" meaning "House of Tur peoples", that is, Tur/Turk/Oguz peoples. The names TUR, TURK, OGUZ are godly names taken by these ancient Turanian peoples. Thus, the story essentially relates the creation of the "House of Tur peoples". and their understanding of the natural environment in which they live. 

The family tree of the House of Dardania and Troy is connected with the "House of Oceanus and Tethys".  But, according to mythology, this house is related only to the "waters of the world",  The expression "House of Oceanus and Tethys", if read only in this context,  then, how could it be related to the "House of Dardania and Troy"? The answer to this question will become clear as we analyse the names Oceanus and Tethys in this article. 

The Greek mythology gives us only one aspect, that is, the "water" aspect of the "House of OCEANUS  and TETHYS". Yet the Greek mythological names listed in the story are riddled words made up from ancient Turkish expressions describing different personifications. Actually, each name has more than one aspect to it but all in Turkish.  Since, it is part of the "Creation" story, other aspects of the personifications need to be brought to the surface. My analysis shows that the "House of OCEANUS  and TETHYS" should be studied under the different contexts.



Mythologically, Oceanus is the son of URANUS and GAEA where URANUS is the personification of the "universal Sky God"  and GAEA is the personification of "earth".   And similarly the goddess TETHYS is the daughter of Uranus and Gaea. First let us understand the name of URANUS as the Sky-God:

The name URANUS rearranged as "US-R-AN-U" is a form of the Turkish expression "US ER AN O" or 
"O US ER AN" meaning "He is the Wise Man of Sky"  or "That Wise Man of Sky" which describes the universal Sky-God as understood by the ancient Turanians.  Turkish word US means "wise" ER means "man", AN means "sky" and O means "he/she/it; that". 

Thus, the so-called Greek name URANUS is actually a Turkish expression that has been put together into a Greek-sounding format. 

The name GAEA is simply a distortion of the Turkish word "GAYA" (KAYA) meaning "big rock" - which the earth is. The Hellenized word  GAEA is the alienated form of Turkish word GAYA.  Planet Earth, so-called Greek "GAEA", is a large space rock on which human beings and animals and plants developed.  This so-called "Greek" GAEA is also similar to the Sumerian KI meaning "earth" KI is actually a distortion of Turkish KaYa (KaIa) where the vowels have been droped. It is intentionally read and presented this way (i.e., KI) to alienate it from Turkish word KAYA.  When it is presented to everyone as KI, it makes the reader conclude that it should be pronounced as Ki or Kii instead of KAY or KAYA. 

Thus, the Titan OCEANUS, personifying the ocean waters, is a creation that Sky-God "O US ER AN" (Uranus) created on the big rock Earth ("GAYA"). 

The term OCEANUS is not just the personification of waters on earth, as reported by Greek mythological sayings.  It also represents the Sky.  The Sky (i.e., space) is the home for all kinds of creations in the universe. Oceans on earth are only one part of the creation story. 

The name 
OCEANUS, rearranged as "COS-AN-UE", is from the Turkish expression "GÖZ hAN ÜYI" (GÜN HAN ve AY HAN EVI) meaning "House of Eye-Lord".  The term "EYE-LORD", that is, "GÖZ HAN" refers to the sun and moon which had the Turkish name "GÖZ" meaning "eye". . Thus, alternatively, it means "House of Sun-Lord and Moon-Lord". In this context, this expression makes reference to the space in which the sun and moon are, that is, "the sky itself", in other words, "the sky dome".  

Alternatively, OCEANUS, rearranged as "COEN-USA", is from the Turkish expression "GÖY'ÜN YÜZÜ" (GÖK YÜZÜ) meaning "Sky face", that is, "the Sky". This verifies the above "House of Eye-Lord" definition.  Again, this expression in Turkish describes "the sky itself"  where the sun, moon, stars, clouds and everything else exists. 

These decipherments show that 
OCEANUS also personifies the SKY. 

After noting this, now let us turn to the "water" aspect of OCEANUS and TETHYS.  In this part, PART-I, of the study, I analyse below the mythological names given under the family tree of "OCEANUS and TETHYS" in the context of "Waters of the World" 




"OCEANUS and TETHYS" in the context of "Waters of the World":

In Greek mythology, this pair of names are given as personifying the waters of the world.  In this context, the following is given by Wikipedia in link:

"OKEANOS (or Oceanus) was the Titan god or Protogenos (primeval deity) of the great earth-encircling river Okeanos, the font of all the earth's fresh-water: including rivers, wells, springs and rain-clouds. Okeanos was also the god who regulated the rising and setting of the heavenly bodies which were believed to emerge and descend into his watery realm at the ends of the earth. Okeanos' wife was Tethys, the nurse, who was probably thought to distribute his water to the earth via subterranean caverns. Their children were the Potamoi or River-Gods and Okeanides, nymphs of springs and fountains. Unlike his brother Titanes, Okeanos neither participated in the castration of Ouranos nor joined the battle against the younger Olympian gods. He was probably identical to Ophion, an elder Titan in the Orphic myths who ruled heaven briefly before being wrestled and cast into the Ocean stream by Kronos."

Oceanus , in Greek mythology. 1 Circular stream that flows around the edge of the earth. The sun and moon rise from and descend into this stream; it is the source of all rivers. 2 Personification of the circular stream described above. He was the Titan son of Uranus and Gaea, the husband of Tethys, and the father of the river-gods and the sea nymphs (or oceanids). He was conceived of as a powerful but kindly old man. Some legends say that Dione was also the daughter of Oceanus and Tethys.

An incomplete family tree of Dardania and Troy is shown diagrammatically below.  In this diagram the entries in red are the Turkish source embedded in each "Greek" name.


FAMILY TREE OF DARDANIA AND TROY                       



The name OCEANUS, in the context of personifying waters, when rearranged as 
"ACON-SU-E" or "ACUN-SE-O" is from the Turkish phrase "ACUN SU O" (SONSUZ SU O) meaning "it is endless water". Thus, this describes the endless waters existing on planet Earth which exist in the forms of  oceans, lakes, rivers, brooks, springs, underground waters, snow, ice, rain, etc.. Turkish word ACUN means "endless; cosmos" SU means "water".   Thus this so-called Greek word OCEANUS is actually a distortion of the Turkish expression "ACUN SU O".  Just as the so-called English word SEA is really a distortion of Turkish SU.  Presently, Turkish word OKYANUS means "ocean". 




The mythological name TETHYS (as wife of OCEANUS - the waters), in the context of personifying waters, when rearranged as "SYTE-TH" is a distortion of the Turkish phrase "SU'TI ADI" (SU'DU ADI) meaning "its name is water".  Thus, the concept of "water" has been described in two different ways - but in Turkish.  Additionally, as being the mate to OceanusTETHYS, rearranged as "ESHTY-T",  is from the Turkish word "EŞTU" meaning "it is wife" or "it is mate" or "it is partner". 

Thus both names OCEANUS  and TETHYS, presented as mates of each other and personifying the waters all around the world, are really made up from Turkish words or expressions. 





Mythologically, the children of OCEANUS  and TETHYS are called OKEANIDES (Latin Oceanides).

The name  OKEANIDES, or (OCEANIDES) rearranged as "AKEN-SODI-E", is a distortion of the Turkish phrase "AKAN SU'DU" meaning "it is the flowing waters" referring to the rivers, brooks, springs, underground waters, etc..  All of these "AKAN SU" end up in the seas or the oceans and lakes, and are part of ocean waters that circulate all around the world.  Clouds are also part of the same water system. Thus the so-called Greek word OKEANIDES and the Latin word OCEANIDES are also words that were made up from Turkish expression "AKAN SU'DU". 




Mythologically, OCEANUS  and TETHYS produced, among their children, the daughter named PLEION and sons SCAMANDER and SIMOEIS.

Since OCEANUS  and TETHYS are the personifications of water, their children must also represent some water identity. 

In the context of water, the daughter PLEIONE, rearranged as "ILENEP-O" is the Turkish word "ILINUP O" (ISINIP O) meaning "it has become warm". With this definition PLEIONE probably personifies the "water vapour" arising into the air from the surface of the planet earth. Which forms the "clouds" later.  To be sure, let us examine another name which is said to be the "sister" of  PLEIONE, that is, the name CLYMENE.  I will turn to this name once again below. 

Turkish word ILINMA means "warming". 




In the context of water, the name CLYMENE, rearranged as  "NEMLE-CY",  is from Turkish expression   "NEMLI GÖY"  (NEMLI HAVA, HAVA NEMI) meaning "the humid air" or the "moisture in the air". Thus, PLEIONE must be something related to the humidity of the air.  With this let us re-examine the name PLEIONE again.  
Turkish word NEM means "moisture", NEMLI means "with moisture", HAVA means "air", GÖY (GÖK) means "sky; air". 




In this context,  the name  PLEIONE rearranged as "POELENI", is a distortion of the Turkish word "BUULANI" (BUGULANI, BUGU, BUHAR) meaning "it becomes vapour, it becomes mist" which is the water vapour. To make water vapour, that is, mist, we need heat.  Over the seas, heat comes from the sun.  Thus, in this context, ATLAS must be related to the sun. 

Turkish word BUGU  means "mist, vapour", BUGULANMA  means "becoming mist, becoming misty, becoming vapour", BUHAR means "vapour". 




The name ATLAS, rearranged as  "L-ATAS",  is from Turkish expression   "AL ATAŞ" meaning "red glowing fire" which is the sun.

Thus, ATLAS - the Sun shining hotly over the seas,  creates water vapour, that is, PLEIONE, which is "bugu, bugulanma" in Turkish.





SCAMANDER was the son of OCEANUS  and TETHYS From Wikipedia link, we have the following background information:

"In Greek mythology, Scamander (Skamandros, Xanthus) was a river god, son of Oceanus and Tethys according to Hesiod. Scamander is also thought of as the river god, son of Zeus. By Idaea, he fathered King Teucer.

Scamander fought on the side of the Trojans during the Trojan War (Iliad XX, 73/74; XXI), after the Greek soldier Achilles insulted him. Scamander was also said to have attempted to kill Achilles three times, and the hero was only saved due to the intervention of Hera, Athena and Hephaestus. In this context, he is the personification of the Scamander River that flowed from Mount Ida across the plain beneath the city of Troy, joining the Hellespont north of the city. The Achaeans, according to Homer, had set up their camp near its mouth, and their battles with the Trojans were fought on the plain of Scamander.

According to Homer, he was called Xanthos by gods and Scamander by men, which might indicate that the former name refers to the god and the latter one to the river itself."

While reading my explanations below, it would be helpful if the reader referred to the diagram entitled  "House of Troy and Dardania"  given in this link 

The name SCAMANDER represents two forms:  

a)    The name SCAMANDER, rearranged as "SCAMAN-DER",  is a distortion of the Turkish expression "SAKAMAN DERE" meaning "SAKAMAN brook".  The name  SCAMANDER  in the epic story of ILIAD by Homer was the water-body flowing by the city of ancient Troy.  Turkish word DERE means "brook".  The name SAKAMAN DERE is a proper name given to this brook.  It is a name like another Turkish river name which is the name of "TURKMAN ÇAY". 

This brook in Turkey is presently called "Karamenderes". that is, "Karaman Deresi" meaning "Blackman Brook".  The proper name SAKAMAN (MEN SAKA) in the name "SCAMAN-DER", personifies the ancient "SAKA Turks" who also made up the ancient people of the so-called "PELASGIANS" who were much earlier native people of ancient Greece, Thracia, and Anatolia than the late coming Aryan Greeks.  I will return to this name again below.  These SAKA Turks were also part of the Dardans (Tatars) and Trojans (Turs) because they were all the same people.

b)    The name SCAMANDER, when rearranged as "ERMAC-SDAN", is a distortion of the Turkish word "IRMAK SuDAN" meaning "it is from the river waters", that is, "it is one of the rivers". Turkish word IRMAK means "river" or "flowing water". Thus, even with this definition in Turkish, the so-called SCAMANDER personifies the flowing waters and becomes a mythological descendant of OCEANUS  and TETHYS. 

Scamander the XANTHOS:

According to Homer, Scamander was called Xanthos by gods and Scamander by men.  This is very significant: 

The name XANTHOS, where X = KH, when rearranged as "SO-KHANT" is a distorted form of the Turkish expression "SU KHANTI"  (SU HANDI, DENIZ HANDI) meaning "It is the Lord of the waters", "Lord of the Sea" 

At this point, we should also remember that in the Turkish  Oguz Kagan Epic story, one of the six sons of OGUZ KAGAN is named as "DENIZ HAN" meaning "Lord of the Sea".  Thus they corroborate each other very well.

Alternatively, the name XANTHOS, (where Greek letters  X = KH, and H is H, I and E in transliteration), when rearranged as "AK-THNHS-O" is a distorted form of the Turkish expression "AK DENIZ O" meaning "It is the Mediterranean Sea".  In ancient times, Akdeniz was probably the most heavily used sea for navigation between countries, hence, it was regarded as a lordly sea. 

With this information, we visit the name 
Scamander once again.  

The name SCAMANDER, rearranged as "CARA-DENSM", is from Turkish expression "KARA DENIZEM" meaning "I am Black Sea". 

The name SCAMANDER, rearranged as 
"AC-DENSAM-R", is from Turkish expression "AK DENIZEM"  meaning "I am Mediterranean Sea". 

The name SCAMANDER, rearranged as 
"ACA-DENSM-R", is from Turkish expression "EGE DENIZEM" (AGA DENIZEM)  meaning "I am Aegean Sea"; "I am Lord-Sea".   The Greek name AEGEAN SEA,  (for Turkish "EGE DENIZI"), is very much the Turkish expression "AY-GÜN SU" meaning "Moon-Sun Sea", thus making it the "Lord Sea" 

These findings tell us that during the so-called "Trojan Wars", that is, around 1300 B.C.  or even earlier than 1300 B.C., the names of "Black Sea", Aegean Sea and the so-called "Mediterranean Sea" were "KARADENIZ", "EGE DENIZI" and "AKDENIZ" respectively - as they are presently called in Turkish. Why is it that we are finding all of these Turkish names (given to the major water bodies of the area in Turkish presently) - in so-called Greek words that supposedly were coined by Greeks sometime around 1500 B.C.?  This begs the question, were they in fact Greek or, were they all originally in Turkish but altered by the Greeks to appear Greek?  This revelation of mine indicates that the geographical zones surrounding KARADENIZ, EGE DENIZI and AKDENIZ were all a Turkish speaking world - contrary to the misinformation from western and other historical sources.  It also indicates that the so-called "Greek" names are misrepresentations and that they are intentionally distorted Turkish expressions that were usurped by Greeks, Akkadians, Romans, Semites of Babylon and others.  If the name SCAMANDER was not an intentionally composed word to embody these ancient Turkish names, the probability of finding them with these decipherments would be next to zero.

The implication of my findings is that all of these so-called "Greek mythological concepts" were essentially from ancient Turanian Tur/Turk/Oguz peoples' civilization - rather than being from "Greek" - as we are led to believe.  All of this constitutes more proof that ancient Greeks took everything from the ancient Turkish world.  After altering the Turkish texts to produce Greek-looking names, the Greeks claimed the old existing Turkish culture as their own - and conned the whole world.  



Greek mythology identifies the third child of
 OCEANUS and TETHYS by the name SIMOEIS. This name SIMOEIS, when rearranged as 
"ISME-SOI", is from the Turkish expression "IÇME SUYI" meaning "drinking waters".  The "drinking waters" are different from the salty waters of the oceans because the salty waters are not drinkable.  But even the "drinking waters" are indeed again a child of "Oceanus" (Acun Su). Thus, this so-called ancient "Greek" name SIMOEIS is again a word manufactured from Turkish. Turkish word IÇME means "drinking", 





Mythologically and from the genealogical point of view, SCAMANDER married IDAEA Scamander is a "brook" whose waters are sourced from Mount IDA nearby Troy.  Thus the brook Scamander (SAKAMAN DERESI) is very closely associated with mount IDA because the meltwater of the snow and ice on Mount Ida (plus the rainwater and the underground waters) constitute the source of SCAMANDER.  This physical and geographic relationship makes SCAMANDER and IDAEA very closely related, metaphorically and mythologically like husband and wife .  Thus, in this context, the mythological name IDAEA is a feminized form of IDA Mountain IDA is presently called "KAZ DAGI" in Turkish.  

Additionally, the name IDAEA, rearranged as "AI-DAE" is the altered form of Turkish name "AY DAGI" meaning "moon mountain" - which is the source for all kinds of small and large flowing waters emanating from it. Such waters  are the melt waters of the snow and ice on mountains and/or the underground spring waters seeping to the surface.  They are accumulated in the valleys.  All mountains are homes in this manner for such waters that originate from mountains, then join rivers that flow into lakes or seas.




From the union of SCAMENDER  and IDAEA is born the son TEUCER and the daughter CALLIRRHOE.

In the context of waters, that is, being the descendants of OCEANUS  and TETHYS, the name TEUCER, rearranged as "CUETER", is the altered form of the Turkish expression "KUYU'TIR" (KUYUDUR) meaning "it is well".  This definition in Turkish, identifies the name TEUCER as a personification of the "well waters", that is, "KUYU SULARI" in Turkish".  Turkish word KUYU means "well".




The daughter's name CALLIRRHOE, rearranged as "COLLER-IARH", is the altered form of the Turkish expression "GÖLLER YERI" meaning "the places of lakes", that is, "the lakes". Indeed, as I noted above, many rivers (IRMAK in Turkish), brooks (DERE in Turkish), streams, etc.,  flow into lakes where they create a large body of accumulated stationary water.  Turkish word GÖL means "lake", DERE means "brook", IRMAK means "river".




It is said that Zeus marries or has an affair with ELECTRA and from this union two sons are born: one is Dardanus who became the King of DARDANIA.  The other is IASION who marries goddess DEMETER. In the context of "water", we know that the term DARDANUS, in one meaning, rearranged in the form "DAR-DANUS" is the Turkish phrase "DAR DENÜZ" meaning "narrow sea" which refers  to the straights of "DARDANELLES".  The Greek name DARDANELLES, that is, 
"DAR YELLI DENIZ" in Turkish, meaning "narrow windy sea" joins the Aegean Sea ('EGE DENIZI' in Turkish).  It is the extension of the Aegean Sea into the Sea of Marmara.  Turkish word DAR means "narrow", DENÜZ (DENIZ) means "sea", YEL means "wind", YELLI means "windy".




DARDANUS, being a windy narrow sea and also being the son of Electra, gives us a hint with regards to the identity of the name Electra. In this context, we re-examine the name ELECTRA.  The name ELECTRA, rearranged as "AC-ELTER", is the altered form of the Turkish expression  "AKYELDIR" meaning "it is the warm southern wind". Additionally, the name ELECTRA, rearranged as "CAR--ELTE", is the altered form of the Turkish expression "KARAYEL'DI" meaning "it is the cold northern wind". Thus, in this context, the name ELECTRA is the personification of "wind". that is, in the form of Turkish AKYEL means "warm southern winds".

Turkish word AKYEL means ""warm southern wind"", KARAYEL means ""cold northern wind"".




In this context, we note that, the so-called Greek god Zeus is a personification of Turkish "AZ-SU" (EŞSIZ SU) meaning "peerless water".  Indeed water is a peerless godly element without which life would not exist.  




At this point, let us revisit the name TEUCER, (that is, son of Scamander (Sakaman Dere)), that is, "personification of 'well waters'", (kuyu sulari" in Turkish, (see the family tree diagram).  TEUCER had a daughter by the name "BATEIA". When this name is rearranged as "BATE-IA", it is the altered form of the Turkish expression "BATI ÖY" meaning "western house" - and in another meaning, it means "the sunken house".   But, then we know that many ancient houses, even some country houses at present, had "wells" from which they obtained the waters needed for the house. Wells are "sunken homes" dug into the ground. Hence, TEUCER and BATEIA are rightfully kin to each other. Turkish BATI means "west" or "sunken".




According to the Greek mythology, DARDANUS and BATEIA are married to each other and from this union, children ILUS and ERICHTHONIUS are born.   

Of course, in the context of "waters", ILUS, rearranged in the form of "IL-SU", is the Turkish expression "IL SU" meaning "the country waters". This definition refers to all waters in the country. 




Similarly, ERICHTHONIUS, rearranged in the form of "HER-ICHI-TON-SU", is the Turkish expression "YER IÇI DON SU" meaning "the frozen waters in the ground".  Again, we find that, indeed in this context the ILUS, that is, "IL SU" in Turkish, and ERICHTHONIUS, that is, "YER IÇI DON SU" in Turkish, are kin to each other.  And the original language identifying them is Turkish.  

Turkish word YER means "soil; earth",  means "inside, within", DON means "frozen, ice", DON SU means "frozen water, ice".




Mythologically, ERICHTHONIUS
  marries ASTYOCHE who was the daughter of SIMOEIS and the sister of HIEROMNEME.  We must note that SIMOEIS was the "drinking waters", that is, "IÇME SUYU" in Turkish.   

Thus, in this context, the name ASTYOCHE, has two meanings:

a)    The name ASTYOCHE, rearranged as "SY-ECHATO", is the Turkish expression "SU EÇEDÜ" (SU PERISI) meaning "she is the water girl, she is water fairy (nymph)" This refers to ASTYOCHE as being either the girl that carries water from a water source to a home, or, she is a personified "water goddess, water nymph" 

b)   The name ASTYOCHE, rearranged as "ECH-SYATO", is the Turkish expression "IÇ SUYUDU" (IÇME SUYUDU) meaning "she is the drinking water" This refers to ASTYOCHE as being a personification of clean drinking water.  This is verified by the fact that she is the daughter of SIMOEIS who also personified the "drinking waters", that is, "IÇME SUYU" in Turkish.  Turkish word SU EÇE means "water nymph", SU PERISI means "mermaid, water fairy".




Mythologically, ERICHTHONIUS  marries ASTYOCHE and from this union are born the son of TROS.

In the context of waters, the name TROS, rearranged as "SOTR", is the Turkish expression "SU'DUR" meaning "it is water". Thus TROS, in one meaning, is a personification of "water". 




Mythologically, TROS and CALLIRRHOE  marries and from this union ILUS, GANYMEDES, CLEOPATRA and ASSARACUS  are borne. 

Of course, in the context of "waters", ILUS, rearranged in the form of "IL-SU", is the Turkish expression "IL SU" meaning "the country waters". This definition refers to all waters in the country. Turkish word IL means "country".




In the concept of waters of the world, the name GANYMEDES, rearranged as "GANEMED-SY", is the Turkish expression "
GANIMET SU" meaning "god-send water, plenty of water". 

The Turkish word GANIMET means: "1. spoil, booty, loot. 2. godsend. 3. anything had for the mere taking, very copious, abundant", [Redhouse Turkish-English Dictionary, 1987, p. 384]. With this definition, the mythological name GANYMEDE would likely be a personification of "abundant water" which is God given and also free for the taking.

Additionally, the name GANYMEDES, rearranged as "EDEM GAN-SY", is from the Turkish expression "ADIM CAN SU" (ADIM KAN SU) meaning "My name is life-water", "my name is blood-water (blood)".   "Water" as well as "blood' are both "life- waters"  without which there could be no life. 

Turkish word 
CAN means "life",  KAN means "blood", SU means "water".




In the context of waters, the name CLEOPATRA, rearranged as "PER-COLTA-A", is the Turkish expression "
BIR GÖLDÜ O" meaning "it is a lake".  Surely, lakes are the members of the world waters.  

Again, in the context of waters, the name CLEOPATRA, rearranged as "COL-PARE-TA", is the Turkish expression "
GÖL PERI'DI" meaning "she is the lake-fairy", "she is mermaid".  This Turkish definition also associates the name CLEOPATRA with the waters of the world. 

But more importantly, her real Trojan (Turkish) womanly name was "GÜLPERI" meaning "rose-fairy", which is a Turkish woman's name that has been dishonestly anagrammatized into Hellenic name CLEOPATRA.

Additionally, the name CLEOPATRA describes in Turkish the name bearer as "
BIR GÜLDÜ O" meaning "she is a rose".  This describes her as a beautiful woman. 

Turkish word 
GÖL means "lake",  PERI means "fairy", GÖL PERI means "lake-fairy", GÜL means "rose",  GÜLPERI means "rose-fairy".

Note:  The English term "FAIRY" is an altered form of Turkish word "PERI" 




Mythologically, ASSARACUS marries HIEROMNEME.   Thus, in the context of "waters",  both ASSARACUS and HIEROMNEME must also be personifications of some water identity.

The name ASSARACUS,  rearranged as "AR-CUSSA-SA" or "AR-CASSA-SU", where SS is a replacement for the letter Z in the source text, is the Turkish expression "
YER GÖZE SU" meaning "ground spring water".  Turkish word GÖZE means "spring water" that comes out from an underground source.  Spring waters, that is, "YER GÖZE SU" in Turkish, are filled in water containers and used as drinking waters. 




The name HIEROMNEME, rearranged as "HER-NEMIEM-O", is the Turkish expression "
YER-NEMIEM" meaning "I am the wetness in the ground", "I am the moisture in the soil".   Wetness of the ground is also part of the world's water system. 




Mythologically, ASSARACUS and HIEROMNEME had a son named "CAPYS".   In the context of water,  the name CAPYS must also have some relation to water identity.  

The name CAPYS, rearranged as "CAP-SY", is the Turkish expression "
KAP SU" meaning "water saved in some kind of vessel such as a water-jar, vase, bucket, cup, glass, bowl, cask, etc.." as used for drinking, cooking, washing, etc.. Turkish word KAP means  "kitchen utensils" such as pots and pans and similar items in which water can be saved.





Now, the so-called son CAPYS (KAP-SU in Turkish) marries the daughter of ILUS and EURYDICE named THEMISTE 

The name THEMISTE, rearranged as "TEMISHTE", is the Turkish expression "
TEMIZ'DI" (TEMIZ SUDU) meaning "it is clean water" which is stored in some kind of water vessel in the house to be used for drinking, cooking, washing, etc.. Turkish word TEMIZ means  "clean", TEMIZ SU means  "clean water". 




  also had a son named LAOMEDON who became one of the most successful kings of TROY, that is "TUR ÖY", the house of TUR (TURK/OGUZ) people.  In the context of water, the names EURYDICE and LAOMEDON must also be a personification of water in this mythological story.

The name EURYDICE, rearranged as "YER-CUYEDI", is the anagrammatized form of the Turkish expression "YER SU
YUDI" (YER SUYUDU) meaning "it is the ground water".  Additionally, EURYDICE, rearranged as "YER-ICEDU", it is the anagrammatized form of the Turkish expression "YER IÇIDI" meaning "it is the underground". Thus, with these meanings and in the context of water, the name EURYDICE is the personification of "waters within the ground", that is, "underground waters".   This is the exact meaning attributed to the name of EURYDICE in the mythological story of "Orpheus and Euridyce" in which is lost in the so-called Hades, that is, the under ground of earth.  




In the context of world waters, the name LAOMEDON, rearranged as "OLA-MEDON" or "OLO-MEDAN" is from the Turkish expression "ULU BIDON" (BÜYÜK SU DEPOSU) meaning "large size water storage vessel".  In ancient times, drinking water was also  stored in large water containers for use in the house. Turkish word ULU means  "great; large", BIDON (DEPO, SARNIÇ) means  "large water storage tank; barrel, cistern". 

Note:  The English term "CISTERN" is an anagrammatized and Anglicized from of the Turkish expression "SARNIÇ'TI" meaning "it is cistern".  




Now, the so-called son LAOMEDON marries STRYMO.  Since LAOMEDON is a personification of water storage tank, his wife STRYMO must be also a personification of water.  

The name STRYMO, rearranged as "TORM-SY", is the Turkish expression "DURMA SU" (DEPO SUYU) meaning "the water stored in a great storage tank or in cisterns". 




At this point, we need to talk about the "Children of LAOMEDON" the Great king of Troy (TURÖY in Turkish meaning "home of Turs/Turks/Tatars and Oguz peoples).

"Laomedon, as a Trojan king, son of Ilus, was father of PRIAM, ASTYOCHE, LAMPUS, HICETAON, CLYTIUS, CILLA, PROCLIA, AETHILLA, CLYTODORA, and HESIONE.  TITHONUS is also described by most sources as Laomedon's eldest legitimate son."

Now we analyse the names of the children of  in the context of world waters.


"In Greek mythology, Priam (Greek Πρίαμος Priamos) was the king of Troy during the Trojan War and youngest son of Laomedon. Modern scholars derive his name from the Luwian compound Priimuua, which means "exceptionally courageous".[1]"

Priam was originally called Podarces and he kept himself from being killed by Heracles by giving him a golden veil embroidered by his sister, Hesione. After this, Podarces changed his name to Priam. This is an etymology based on priatos "ransomed"; the actual etymology of the name is probably not Greek, but perhaps Lydian in origin. 

With this background information, we find the following:
a)    In the context of waters of the world, the name PRIAMOS, rearranged as "PIR-SO'AM", is from Turkish expression "BIR SU'YAM" meaning "I am one water".  This, makes the name a personification of the world waters. 

b)    Additionally, the name PRIAMOS, rearranged as "ISM-POAR", is from Turkish word "ISMI BUHAR" meaning "his name is 'vapour'". "Vapour" is the gas form of "water". Thus, among other meanings in Turkish of his title, in the context of waters of the world, the name PRIAMOS personifies "water vapour" also.  This we also verify from the other name of Priam as follows:

c)    The initial name of Priam is said to be the name 
PODARCES. This name rearranged as "S-POARED-C", or "POARDE-SC" is from Turkish expression  "BUHARI'DI" meaning "it is water vapour" or "it is vapour" 

c)    The initial name of Priam is said to be the name PODARCES. This name rearranged as "CAR-SODE-P", is from Turkish expression  "KAR-SU'DI" meaning "it is snow-water" 

d)    Furthermore, the name PODARCES, rearranged as "POSDER-A-C", is from Turkish expression  "BUZ'DI O" meaning "it is ice" or rearranged in the form of "DAC-ERE-POS", is from Turkish expression  "DAG-YERI BUZI" meaning "the ice of mountains"

in the context of waters of the world, all of this makes the name Priam a personification of the waters of the world in its different forms, that is, ice, snow, water and vapour. Water in the form of all of these are present on earth at any time. 

Turkish word ISMI means "its name",  BUHAR means "vapour", DAG means "mountain", DAG-YERI means "mountais",  BUZ means "ice".



a)    In the context of water,  the name ASTYOCHE, rearranged as "SY-ECHATO", is from Turkish expression  "SU EÇETU" meaning "she is great lady of water". 

b)    In the context of water,  the name ASTYOCHE, rearranged as "ECH-SYOTA", Y = U, is from Turkish expression  "IÇ SUYUDU" meaning "it is the drinking water".

Turkish word EÇE (ECHE) means "great ruler of the family", that is, a title applied to both man and woman head of the family. Turkish word SU means "water",   means "drink",  IÇI-SU means "drinking water". 



"In Greek mythology, Lampus (also written Lampos) was an elder of Troy, son of King Laomedon. Father of Dolops, he was killed by Heracles."

In the context of water,  the name LAMPUS, rearranged as "PL-SUAM", is from Turkish expression  "POL SUYAM" meaning "I am plenty of water".    

His son having the name of DOLOPS, rearranged as "DOL-SU-P", is from Turkish "DOLU SU" meaning "plenty of water";

 or alternatively, DOLOPS, rearranged in the form of "DOLP-SU", is from Turkish "DOLUP SU" meaning "plenty of water" 

Thus, the names LAMPUS  and DOLOPS
  contain 'water' concept embedded in them in Turkish. This indicates that "water" concept was one of the personifications by these names. 

Turkish word DOLU means "plenty; filled all over the place",  DOLUP means "has filled up", SU means "water".



In Greek mythology, Hicetaon was a son of King Laomedon of Troy. After Paris kidnapped Helen of Troy, Hicetaon suggested that she be returned to Menelaus to avoid war. His son was Melanippus, who died in the war Hicetaon had sought to avert.

In the context of water, the name HICETAON, rearranged as  "TON-CI-AIE", where letter C is also an S, is from the Turkish expression "DON SU ÖYI" meaning "frozen water house" or "water frozen in houses".  This relates the name HICETAON to  "water". 




Clytius (Greek: Κλυτίος) is the name of many people in Greek mythology:

   1. A son of Laomedon, brother of Priam, and an elder of Troy.[1] Also spelled Klythios, Klytios, Clytios, and Klytius.
   2. A young soldier in the army of Turnus who is loved by Cydon in Virgil's Aeneid.[2]

In the context of water, the name 
  (KLYTHIOS), rearranged as  "SOLI-KYTH" is from Turkish expression "SULU KUYU'DI"  meaning "it is well with water".  This relates the name to water concept.




Cilla in Greek mythology is the name of two characters, and one city.

    * Cilla, sister of Hecuba. She was married to Thymoetes, brother of Priam. On the same day that Hecuba bore Paris, Cilla bore Munippus, to Priam. On hearing of the oracle that stated that he must destroy she who had given birth and her child, Priam killed Cilla and her son.[1]

    * Cilla, daughter of Laomedon. Her mother was either Strymo, daughter of Scamander, or Placea, daughter of Otreus, or Leucippe.[2]

In the context of water,  name CILLA, rearranged as  "CALLI" could be  from Turkish expression "SELLI"  meaning "with flood waters". This relates the name to water concept.




In the context of water, the name PROCLIA, rearranged as "COL-PARI", is from Turkish "GÖL-PERI" meaning "lake-fairy, water-nymph". This relates the name to water concept.



In the context of water, the name AETHILLA, rearranged as "ELLI-AHTA", is from Turkish "YELLI ÖYDÜ" meaning "it is windy house", "it is stormy house". Storms frequently bringing the rain fall, could make this name relate to  the concept of world water.




In the context of water,  the name CLYTODORA, rearranged as "ATY-COL-DOR",  is from Turkish expression "ADU GÖL'DÜR" (ADi GÖL'DÜR) meaning  "its name is lake".  Thus, the name also, in one meaning, personifies the "lake water", and therefore, relates to the world waters.




In the context of water,  the name HESIONE, rearranged as " IEHEN-SO",  is from Turkish expression "YAGAN SU"  meaning  "the rain water" Hence, this name also personifies the water concept. Turkish word YAGAN means "that which rains, rain".




"In Greek mythology, Tithonus or Tithonos (Ancient Greek: Τιθωνός) was the lover of Eos, Titan[1] of the dawn. He was a Trojan by birth, the son of King Laomedon of Troy by a water nymph named Strymo (Στρυμώ). In the mythology known to the fifth-century vase-painters of Athens, Tithonus was envisaged as a rhapsode, as the lyre in his hand, on an oinochoe of the Achilles Painter, ca. 470 BC–460 BCE (illustration) attests. Competitive singing, as in the Contest of Homer and Hesiod, is also depicted vividly in the Homeric Hymn to Apollo and mentioned in the two Hymns to Aphrodite.[2]

Eos kidnapped Ganymede and Tithonus, both from the royal house of Troy, to be her lovers.[3] The mytheme of the goddess's immortal lover is an archaic one; when a role for Zeus was inserted, a bitter new twist appeared:[4] According to the Homeric Hymn to Aphrodite, when Eos asked Zeus for Tithonus to be immortal,[5] she forgot to ask for eternal youth (218-38). Tithonus indeed lived forever.

    "but when loathsome old age pressed full upon him, and he could not move nor lift his limbs, this seemed to her in her heart the best counsel: she laid him in a room and put to the shining doors. There he babbles endlessly, and no more has strength at all, such as once he had in his supple limbs." (Homeric Hymn to Aphrodite)."

This mythological story has a number of implications for the name TITHONUS.  However, in this study, I explain only one aspect of the character TITHONUS and that will be in the concept of waters of the world. 

The name TITHONUS, where the Greek letter H is replacement for H, I or E, when rearranged as "TITHN-SU-O",  is from Turkish expression  "TÜTEN SU O" meaning "it is the steaming water", that is, "it is water vapour".

This refers to both the above ground waters waters that evaporate under the sunlight and also the and the underground waters that reach ground at springs. Warm underground waters as they reach above ground, they produce steam and let water vapour into the air. Thus, eventually, they form the clouds and come back to earth in the form of rain and snow.  In this context, the name TITHONUS has the following meanings embedded in it in Turkish:

a)    The name TITHONUS, where the Greek letter H is replacement for H, I or E,  when rearranged as "TINUSTH-O",  is from Turkish expression "DENIZDI O" meaning "it is sea". Sea waters every where are the source of the water vapour that gets into the air by evaporating waters under the heat of the sun. Similarly, the snow and ice everywhere and the running waters are also the source of the water vapour , (i.e.,  "TÜTEN SU"  in Turkish). 

b)    In the context of water vapour from underground waters, TITHONUS, that is, Turkish "TÜTEN SU" (SU BUHARI), also refers to the underground "warm waters" which provide warm water vapour as they bubble continuously out of the ground. This happens when the  underground liquids containing bubbles of air or gas rising to the surface, thus, they not only bubble but also give babbling sound continuously. Hence, in this context, the name TITHONUS is also a "personification of the warm underground waters".

As the warm water vapour rises into the air from ground, they make fog (mist) above ground which is the Turkish "TÜTÜN" (SiS, DUMAN, BUHAR). and thus, the ancient Turkish expression "TÜTEN SU". Turkish word TÜTEN (TÜTÜN)  means "that which smokes" as a chimney does when there is fire going on in the hearth (i.e., from OCAK in Turkish) or as in the case of  "smoke" from a cigarette or "steam" from warm water bodies.  Similarly, the warm waters bubbling out from ground also give out steam.  The warm underground waters indeed live forever.  In their old age, they still bubble out of the ground and also babble endlessly as the story tells us.





Before I end this section, I want to talk about another branch in the family tree which is under ZEUS and ELECTRA. who had sons named IASION andDARDANUS IASION married DEMETER who was the personification of the barley and wheat grown in the fields.

In the concept of waters of the world, the name  DARDANUS was the personification of the water body so-called "DARDANELLES", that is,  "DAR YELLI DENIZ" meaning "narrow windy see",  which is presently called "ÇANAKKALE BOGAZI" in Turkish. 

In the context of waters, the name IASION, rearranged as "IAIN-SO", is the Turkish expression "YAgAN
 SU" meaning "the rain waters".   The barley and wheat in the fields need the rain water during the growing period - thus they are metaphorically "married". 





IASION and DEMETER had children named  PLUTUS and PHILOMELUS 

In the concept of waters of the world, the name PLUTUS, rearranged as "PLUT-SU", is the Turkish expression "BULUT SU
" meaning "the cloud waters" or "water in the clouds".  Turkish word BULUT means "cloud".  Thus, the so-called "Greek" name "PLUTUS" is actually the Turkish expression "BULUT SU" and it is the personification of "clouds" but in Turkish. Additionally, the name PLUTUS is the alered form of the Turkish word "BULUTUZ" meaning "we are the clouds".  Thus again, the Greek PLUTUS is a name made up from Turkish and personifies the "clouds" in Turkish.   




In the concept of waters of the world, the name PHILOMELUS:, rearranged as "POL-SULEMIH", is the Turkish expression "BOL SULAMA
" (BOL YAGMUR) meaning "plenty of rain".  Thus the so-called "Greek" name PHILOMELUS is nothing but a restructured and Hellenized form of the Turkish expression "BOL SULAMA" and it personifies "plenty of rain" at all seasons on earth. 



With this, I close this section, Part-I, where I explained the different member names of the so-called "OCEANUS and TETHYS" family tree as being the personification of earth's waters - large and small.  Thus all of these so-called "Greek" names are not what they are told us to be. They are just cover up for a whole set of explanations in Turkish describing the waters of the earth. In this study, I have shown that the names in the family tree are all riddled names that have been artificially Hellenized from Turkish words and phrases that describe the watery identities of these mythological names.  

We must again note that these names are manufactured names to explain various elements of the waters on earth.  Additionally, they are the names that define the family tree members of the Dardans and Trojans - which I will discuss in a different section.  In following sections, I will explain other sets of meanings associated with each context personified by OCEANUS and TETHYS. 

This analysis shows that the so-called ancient "Greek" mythological names are totally made up from ancient Turkish language words and phrases. It also implies that these concepts were initially in Turkish and they were the expressions defining and explaining natural events related to the waters of the world.  The ancient "Greeks" simply stole them all. Since they have been altered into Greek from their original Turkish form and presented linguistically in a non-Turkish format, world linguists, historians and, of course, the world public have been superbly deceived by some secretive and evil-minded groups who worked under the guise of being "religious"!

Best wishes to all,

Polat Kaya


13/03/2010  (updated)