Atlas of Canaan Married Pelasgian Pleione Bore Mayan to Have May Power German Mogen Her Grandson Hermes Herman


Pleione the goddess associated with Mt. Kyllini of south-central Greece, just west of Corinth which began Pelasgian (nth a Pelasgian series of letters), married Atlas, one of the founders of Atlantis in Plato’s tale along with his father Posidon who was Canaan’s son Sidon, so whom later would be called the Greeks knew of Atlantis and Maia by their ancestor Pleione, who married Atlas after the Tower of Babel yet long enough afterward that the Canaanite Atlas had to woo the Pelasgian Pleione in her country (Pelasgia), or perhaps she sailed to Atlantis to be with him.