DRAVIDIANS, THE FIRST GREEKS
OF THE AEGEAN SEA
This is Master Nikolaos Margiori’s fourteenth essay.
In it the far ancestors of the Greeks are presented, the Dravidians (an antediluvian people) who, by their civilization had advanced at a highest extent of technical and mainly of spiritual grandeur.
As described, they were deadly enemies of their relatives Atlantins and at the end, these peoples managed to destroy each other due to the Atlantins’ culpability. This happened about sixteen years ago and their tragical country was changed into the Hinterland, the modern Mediterrannean. Defkalion and his wife Pyrra came thence when their wooden small ship sat on Parnassus.
Those who were saved on the tops of the mountains of the sunk Hinterland continued their life with their new dream: to go to the immovable East. So, after a few years, the greatest immigration of the peoples took place in the district.
The majority of all those who remainedt together with their descendants left to the east, where they buikt on their passage the
renowed cities Mohenzo Daro and El Harrapa and transmitted their spiritual lights (yoga, religion etc.). Then, they crossed the intimate valley of the Hindus river and they were settled in the modern India. India is a fraternal country to Greece Millions of Indians still speak the Dravidian languages, those of our ancestors Dravidians, who started mainly from Crete island 10.000-12.000 years ago.