On Wednesday, August 7, 2019, 2772 construction of 3 Cimmerian cities was celebrated on our land: Olbia-1 (“Happy”), Borey (“Northern”) and Nisson! These cities were founded by a descendant of the Atlanteans, the Cimmerian king Targitay, whose wife was the daughter of Zarathushtra Cleobulin. Targitay considered himself to be a descendant of the Atlanteans who founded here long before it in 1447 B.C. a city that Homer called Alybant (“Phil of the Dead”), because when Targitay in 760 B.C. brought its tribe here, then for over a hundred years this city has already been abandoned by its inhabitants.
Homer wrote in Odyssey (XXIV song, 304 hexameters): “I’m originally from Alybant,” and in fact he was born next to Alybant (“Wild Garden”), in Olbia-1, and was very proud of his origin from the Atlanteans. Famous antique creators were born and acted here, such as Aristeus Prokoneskiy (Orpheus, Socrates, Thales), Hephaestus (Phidias, Leohar), Cleopatra (Sappho, Democritus of Abder, Korina), Homer (Plato, Hesiod, Euripides, Euclid, Pythagoras, Pythagoras), Achilles (Alkay), Scythians (Anacreon, Pindar, Ivic, Diogenes Laertes), Anaharsis (Aristotle, Herodotus, Aesop, Pythagoras). And this is only a small fraction of their Greek aliases!
It is known that the Atlanteans were the chief gods of Poseidon and Helios! Coat of arms of the city of Prokonnes, built by Aristey in 675 B.C. on the modern island of Marmora in the Marmara Sea – there was a trident of Poseidon from Atlantis, which was the ancestral coat of arms of Rurik, the founder of Kievan Rus; According to the research of our archaeologists, there were 4 temples in Alybant, three of which were located on the descent to the river and among them was the Temple of Helios (Sun). Therefore, today we celebrated the second liturgy of Helios in our 4th most ancient cities by meeting the Sun on the porch near Alybant. The main merit of all the above-mentioned founders of antiquity was the creation of a memory institute, because after each one of us here on Earth there is nothing but memory! The word liturgy from ancient times meant civic duty and memory.