Gog and Magog in northeastern Tartaria


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reading this: Dragon Society - Real History, Dragon Philosophy and The Importance of Royal Bloodlines

found an unexpected mention of the gogs:
"The Tractatus pulcherrimus referred to him as ‘king of kings’ rex regnum. He combined spiritual authority with regal power... Yet essentially, ‘Prester John’ is only a title and a name, which designates not a given individual but rather a function. Thus in Wolfram von Eschenbach and in the Titurel we find ‘Prester John’ as a title; the Grail, as we will see, indicates from time to time the person who must become Prester John. Moreover, in the legend, ‘Prester John’ designates one who keeps in check the people of Gog and Magog, who exercises a visible and invisible dominion , figuratively, dominion over both natural and invisible beings, and who defends the access of his kingdom with ‘lions’ and ‘giants.’ In this kingdom is also found the ‘fountain of youth.’"


Zeus with an army of divine-allies, made war on the Titanes and cast them into the pit of Tartaros (Tartarus).

There are many explanations of what (or who) Tartarus is, or was but...

Tartaros was secured with a surrounding wall of bronze set with a pair of gates guarded by the hundred-handed Hekatonkheires.

It just could be that this wall was no regular man made object, and the Gog and Magog are not our regular beings.
absolutely fantastic post mate!! tartaros/ tartaria?

but then if the wall is a metaphysical metaphor, for a veil of perception, and speaking more of dimensional/"non-terrestrial" concepts then that blows my mind just a little bit :alien:

this whole thread is lovely, I've sure got some reading to do!! thanks so much for the content everyone :D