The unique Ellanios Hero and King ΛΕΩΝΙΔΑΣ created many Polities named “Spartas” throughout the then Afrodike «ΑΦΡΟΔΙΚΗ» (called the continent of “Africa” today), in the then Lower Apollonia «Απολλωνία» (named “South America” today), throughout the entire former Iaso «ΙΑΣΩ» (named Asia «ΑΣΙΑ» today, ΙΑΣΩ – ΑΣΙΑ) and throughout the continent of Europe «ΕΥΡΩΠΗ» (pron. Evropi).
Nobody has ever spoken or mentioned anything about this paramount and creative greatness of the Polities of ΛΕΩΝΙΔΑΣ.
Nobody until today has ever mentioned anything about his children, his own blood and the continuation of his highly-sacred genus. His daughters and sons were brave Warriors (Polemistes) and worthy offspring of ΛΕΩΝΙΔΑΣ, who protected and secured some of his Polities. His children were murdered by the apostates in horrible ways throughout time. They hid the truth about his Polities “Spartes”, deeply within oblivion.

The unique and highly-sacred ΛΕΩΝΙΔΑΣ [a King «ΒΑΣΗΛΙΑΣ» (pron. Vasilias) meaning “The worthy foundation of the Sun (Light)” «ΦΩΣ»] had specific creative forces and he always utilised the great ISODYNAMIA of creation, throughout the bio of his incarnation.
Note: The Greek word for “King” is «ΒΑΣΗΛΙΑΣ» (pron. Vasilias), which means the “Base or foundation” «ΒΑΣΗ» of the “Sun (Light)” «ΗΛΙΑΣ» derived from «ΗΛΙΟΣ». In other words, the true King is the base or foundation of the Sun and Light itself.
He connected creative codes of much older Time-cycles, and he also connected creative codes of future Time-cycles.
Additionally, he prepared and locked creative frameworks of codes for new Ellania missions of other Ellania Heroes in the Future via his own Present. He continued parts of other missions, which had not yet finished. The ones not yet completed, he put back into the operational sequence for completion in the Future.
ΛΕΩΝΙΔΑΣ prepared various parts and code-lockings for the huge pan-human Ellania mission of ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΣ (Alexander).

Since ΛΕΩΝΙΔΑΣ is older than ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΣ, I will begin with ΛΕΩΝΙΔΑΣ and the ISODYNAMIA of ΛΕΩΝΙΔΑΣ.


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