One of the most enigmatic female faces in the history of mankind is, without a doubt, that of the Lady of Elche, supposedly dating from the Iberian culture
Although her clothing reflects her high lineage, her identity is unknown. But the riddles are slowly being cleared.
The new hypotheses of the origin of this figure are, to say the least, surprising. Did the Lady come from ancient Sumeria? Or, maybe she was an Anunnaki queen?
The Lady of Elche is an Iberian limestone statue dating from the 5th to 4th centuries BC. C. It measures 56 cm in height and weighs 65.08 kg., And was discovered on August 4, 1897, in Elche.
The farmworkers were clearing the southeast slope of the La Alcudia hill, for agricultural purposes.
According to local legend, Manuel Campello Esclápez, a 14-year-old boy who helped with chores, was the discoverer. Using the peak of Antonio Maciá, and taking advantage of a break from the laborers, he began to excavate.
In Elche, everyone knew about the find and it was cause for conversation.
The friends of the family came to visit her at the house, but the other people could not do the same, so, in an act of generosity, the Lady (the Moorish Queen, as she was known) was exposed on the balcony so that was contemplated by all the residents of the town.
In August the Mystery of Elche is celebrated and Don Pedro Ibarra had invited French archaeologist Pierre Paris to his house to see this celebration.
When the archaeologist saw the bust, he knew that it was a real jewel and informed the Louvre Museum in Paris, who immediately responded by offering a large sum of money: 4000 francs of the time.
Despite the opposition of his wife, the Iberian bust was sold and on August 30, 1897, the Iberian goddess left well packaged for Paris. For 40 years the Lady of Elche was exhibited at the Louvre.
After the start of World War II in 1939 and as a precautionary measure, it was transferred to the castle of Montauban, near Toulouse (France), a safer place than the Parisian capital.
In 1941 it was recovered through an exchange of works with the Vichy Government of Marshal Pétain.
The Lady remained in the Prado Museum for 30 years, since she returned to Spain until 1971 when it was incorporated into the permanent collection of the National Archaeological Museum.
The truth is that Spain detached itself from its history in other times and today, as a result of this, there is a great identification gap to determine what the Spanish roots are.
Who were the Iberians and what was their legacy is still, two questions to which only theories are obtained as an answer?
And there are other researchers who go further, suggesting that the Iberian civilization could come from ancient Sumeria.
Erik Von Däniken revealed many gaps in history, but little by little we are deciphering our past.
And all these beings that we see represented here and in other cultures would be, according to Däniken, Anunnaki.
He adds that even the Illuminati paid a man named John F. Moffitt to claim the piece was a fake.
The lady of Elche is Sumerian, of the Phoenicians, an empress of Atlantis who professed the iconography of Ishtar.
From Atlántida itself, he assures that the Basque language comes from and that Spanish, likewise, does not descend from Latin, since Malaga and Cádiz are Phoenicians. Castilian Spanish descends from the old Phoenician Iberian.
These would hide from the rest of humanity their Atlantis provenance. But a medal found in Utah (USA), which has a lady almost identical to that of Elche engraved on it.
(As the Lady of Elche has the same ritual earmuffs and necklaces), they would reveal the connection of both relics, despite the vast distances between Elche and Utah.
The earmuffs were representative of Atlantis. In Bolivia (Peru) and in the Andes, a trace of Atlantis has always been carried, which had capital in Lake Titicaca, a lake that is in the middle of the mountain and with Anunnaki remains.
There are legends in the zone of men from Venus who visited the earth and had that kind of earmuffs.
The buildings of Puma Pumku, in Tiahuanaco, have Anunnaki cuneiform epigraphs and are equivalent to the Gates of Persepolis in Persia. Tiahuanaco means “This is from God.”
And Puma Pumku “Puerta del Puma”. It represents the connection between feline Aliens and Anunnaki. Indeed, in Sumer, there are statues of feline Gods, as in other parts of the world.
The archaeologist Marcel F. Homet said: “the immense stone slabs of the Tiahuanaco temples are linked to each other by metal spikes of which until now equivalents have only been found in one place:
In Mesopotamia, in the architecture of the Assyrian palaces …
Likewise, the goddesses and gods of Tiahuanaco seem identical to the divinities worshiped from the 4th century (BC) in Mesopotamia ”. (Cf. Kolosimo, 1969: 248, Land without time).
Artifacts, ooparts, funerary sediments or crystal skulls are stored, such as the Mayas, which are thought to have been used as information storage.
Something like a hard disk, because in recent times it has been discovered that crystal and quartz are great transmitters of energy.
And not only that, but they also harbor the ability to retain said energy, thus being able to be channeled as a source of information.
Everything we learned from ancient Spain and Europe is not one hundred percent true. Basque and Iberian were indigenous Iberian languages.
Similar languages were spoken in Europe, but Basque has been treasured and preserved without modifications, being the only trace that we have of Atlantis languages.
The Iberian language harbored similarities and the Castilian language and the other Romance languages descended from there.
Latin would have acquired other types of characteristics that would not correspond to our mother tongue, but the Iberian language would.
That language remained and was transformed by old Europe. Basque was also used in the Anunnaki fringe of the Caucasus, their native origin.
The first inhabitants of England were of Basque origin. And the proper name “Iker” which is a Basque name, was used to refer to the Egyptian pharaohs.
In Iberia winged, sphinxes were found throughout the Levant, and representations of bulls just as they were found in Sumeria.
It could be possible that the east of the Iberian Peninsula was once the Sumerian capital in an extensive strip that occupied what is now the Valencian Community.
The name of the city of Valencia would come from the Phoenician “Baal”, although its descent is officially from the Latin, “Valentia”.
Although there was no great Iberian or Sumerian influence in Catalonia, the mountain of Montserrat was an important Anunnaki focus. Today some very ancient Sumerian texts are preserved there in the basilica.
Legend has it that under the mountain there is a large lake with fertile waters and beings that inhabit it.
Another historical remnant that we still conserve in many places on the Iberian Peninsula is the dolmens.
Places considered sacred temples and where human beings could connect with the gods. In that era, a diversity of gods was worshiped.
Customs, languages, politics, culture, religion, and even the origin of black magic are inherited from the kingdom of Atlantis.
The gods considered creators should be highlighted: the god Ishtar, the god Enki, Ninhursag, or the god Enlil, Enki being the most praised. These gods were idealized over time.
Kings and nobles wore ostentatious clothing such as the Lady of Elche, which could be a representation of the god Ishtar, as pointed out by researchers and archaeologists.
Formerly these gods were represented in various ways, but always with an unbreakable code system, such as the position of the hands or the accessories on the garments.
The truth is that the Lady of Elche boasts an asymmetrical and totally harmonious face. Furthermore, it was originally polychrome.
They wore these accessories on their ears and very round necklaces in different sizes and shapes. They wore robes as the Arabs do today.
And despite the fact that this mysterious woman was always associated with a priestess, there could be a possibility that she was someone with a very influential hierarchical position, such as that of the queen.
Or perhaps, like the mystery that awaits after Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, we are before the staging of the most beautiful harmony.
That of symmetry, used as a tool to bring art to its maximum exponent. A sublime representation of divinity. A shaman, a queen, a goddess.
Whatever it is, it will forever be our lady, the beautiful “Lady of Elche.”