The Royalty of Basilisk and Regulus

Elder Mountain Dreaming

By Phoenix of Elder Mountain –  Always keep in perspective that what was deemed evil in the Patriarch by religion, was really Holy in the Goddess Cultures and Dragon is the best example of this. The Chinese and a few others honor the power of the Dragon but the Western, Euro and Indo Euro wanted all male power and thus killed woman’s (Goddess) Dragons. Basilisk were the same. Basilisk, its Latin name is Regulus, one of the four Royal Stars of Persia. Other names include Baselicoc, Basiliscus, Cocatris, Cockatrice, Kokatris, Sibilus. 


The basilisk is usually described as a crested celestial snake and sometimes as a rooster with a snake’s tail. It is called the Queen (Sibilus), the Queen of the Serpents because its Greek name means “royal and imperial” which is probably closer to the Persian Royal Star Regulus than any little king. The sibyls were oracles in Ancient Greece and the…

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Slavic Ancestors

Elder Mountain Dreaming

The East Slavs
  • Buzhans, ancestors of Ukrainians (alternatively identified as West Slavs)
  • Dregovichs same with Draguvites, ancestors of Belarussians
  • Drevlyans, ancestors of Ukrainians
  • Dulebes, ancestors of Ukrainians
  • Goryuns
  • Ilmen Slavs, ancestors of Russians
  • Kiev culture, ancestors of Ukrainians
  • Krivich, ancestors of Russians and Belarussians
  • Korchak culture
  • Penkovka culture
  • Polans (eastern), ancestors of Ukrainians
  • Polochans, ancestors of Belarussians
  • Radimichs, ancestors of Russians (reported as Lekhitic tribe)
  • Severians (also South-Slavic, as Serbs), ancestors of Russians
  • Tivertsi, ancestors of Ukrainians
  • Ulichs, ancestors of Ukrainians
  • Volhynians, ancestors of Ukrainians
  • Vyatichs, ancestors of Russians (reported as Lekhitic tribe)

West Slavs

  • Glopeanie, ancestors of Poles
  • Hevelli, ancestors of Germans
  • Lendians, ancestors of Poles
  • Lugii (Slavo-Germanic)
  • Milceni, ancestors of Germans and Sorbs
  • Mazurs, ancestors of Poles and Germans
  • Obotrites, ancestors of Germans and Sorbs
  • Pomeranians, ancestors of Germans, Kashubians, and Slowinzen
  • Polabians, ancestors of Germans
  • Polans (western), ancestors of Poles (never mentioned)
  • Pyritzans, ancestors of Germans

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