Genealogical diagrams

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The first diagram shows the overall architecture. The two that follows present syntheses of the two great spiritual paths: that of the ascent of the plans of consciousness or “spiritualization” of the being (Iapetus) and that of the “psychisation” (Oceanos).

  • For simplification purposes, number of minor characters mentioned in the texts have not been indicated. Also, to simplify the presentation, the meaning of the characters was rarely indicated under the names.
  • Only the main ascendants were mentioned. Other variants and ancestries are clarified in the text.
  • The numbers indicated after the names refer to the corresponding diagrams. Roman numerals, alone or before the names, indicate successive alliances. Names noted in bold type are the ones of the most important characters.
  • The sign ~ indicates union (regardless of its type: marriage, long-lasting or punctual union, etc.)
  • The homonymous names are not differentiated. The ancient masters of wisdom indeed used the same name for characters appearing in different lineages when they wanted to introduce the same symbolic content, possibly with various degrees of intensity. The reader who wishes to differentiate them can refer to Carlos Parada’s work : Genealogical Guide to Greek mythology.

List of diagrams


General


Diagram A – Main characters on the path of ascending mind (Iapetus)


Diagram B – Main characters on the path of purification / liberation (Oceanos)


Diagram 00 – Synthesis


Diagram 1 – Origins


Diagram 2 – Vital evolution


Diagram 3 – Titans and Titanides


Diagram 4 – Hyperion


Diagram 5 – Koios (Coeos), Themis, Mnemosyne


Diagram 6 – Krios (Crios)


Diagram 7 – Iapetus : Main Lineages


Diagram 8 – Iapetus : The Pleiades


Diagram 9 – Iapetus : offspring of Protogenia (Meleagros, Diomede, Deianira, Leda, Althaia…)


Diagram 10 – Iapetus : Aeolus


Diagram 11 – Iapetus : Sisyphus


Diagram 12 – Iapetus : Athamas, Magnes, Salmoneus, Cretheus


Diagram 13 – Iapetus : Perieres and Taygete (Sparta royal dynasty)


Diagram 14 – Iapetus : Deion


Diagram 15 – The Pelopides (Atrides)


Diagram 16 – Iapetus : Electra (The Trojans)


Diagram 17 – The twelve gods of Olympus


Diagram 18 – The 12 Gods : cyclic representation


Diagram 19 – Oceanos :offspring


Diagram 20 – Oceanos : Lapiths and Centaurs


Diagram 21 – Oceanos : The Inachids


Diagram 22 – Oceanos : Oedipus


Diagram 23 – Oceanos : The Minotaur


Diagram 24 – Oceanos : Perseus and Heracles


Diagram 25 – Oceanos : The Asopids (Achilles, Ajax, Teucer)


Diagram 26 – Legendary kings of Athens


Diagram 27 – Arcadia royal dynasty


Diagram 28 – Argolid kingdoms from Danaos


Diagram 29 – The famous seers