About The CYCLOPEAN Walls by Dr. Polat Kaya

Cyclopean Walls

Cyclopean Walls

The following is a citing from an article entitled “Mysteries of Ancient Greece” by Coen Vonk at here –> LINK

He writes: Cyclopean Walls and Pyramids

“Cyclopean walls are one of the most impressive remains from archaic civilizations. They are found in many places in Greece, but have been found all over the world — for example, in Italy, Turkey, Egypt, Peru, Japan, Australia, and Easter Island — which makes the masonry style universal. The renowned cyclopean walls of Tiryns and Mycenae are attributed to the Mycenaeans, also called the Achaeans or Pelasgians, and are generally assigned to the 14th and 13th centuries BCE. However, they may be much older because they are built directly on the rocky plateau and have been incorporated in rebuilding phases.”

“Some names of Greek deities are non-Greek in origin and might date back to the time of the Pelasgians. Therefore, by ignoring the influence and immigration of the Pelasgians, who are mentioned time and again by classical Greek authors, as well as other ancient races, today’s scholars have reduced their chances of finding out more about the beliefs of these ancient people.”

Polat Kaya:  The term CYCLOPEAN WALLS refers to ancient massive stone walls constructed by Pelasgians. I say ”by Pelasgians” because the name “Cyclopean” and the name “Pelasgian” are linguistically so intertwined with each other that we can say that they are one and the same. This we can see as follows:

When the term CYCLOPEAN is deciphered in the form of “PELACCYON”, we see that the name CYCLOPEAN is an altered and restructured form of the name “PELASKYAN” or “PELASGIAN”. Thus, these two terms clearly identify with each other. We see that, even in this case, the linguistic trick of altering words into “Indo-European” sounding words has been used. Otherwise, there would be almost zero probability of finding the word “Pelasgian” in the word “Cyclopean” or vice versa!

This also proves the fact that the linguistic trick of generating new words by altering and restructuring the words and phrases of the ancient Turanian language of Turkish has been used by some secretive language engineers for thousands of years.

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In an earlier paper I analyzed and deciphered the name PELASGIAN in detail and recovered the following Turkish expressions embedded in the word PELASGIAN, [http://www.polatkaya.net/Pelasgians_1.html]:

a) “BALIGSIAN” (BALIKCILAR) meaning “the fishermen”, “the Sea People who fish in the open seas”.
b) “GALYANCI” (GALYONCU, KALYONCU) meaning “warship builders and owners, military navy ship owners; seawolf, galleon builder and owner”.
c) “YELKENCI Bei” meaning “sailboat builder and owner (lord)”.
d) “BİLGİCİAN” (BİLGİCİLER) meaning “men of knowledge”.
e) “BİLEN SAKA” meaning “Saka who knows”, “Saka who has the knowledge”.
f) “AL BAŞCIAN” (AL BAŞCILAR) meaning “Red heads”, “Red head peoples”.
g) “AL BENİZCİ” meaning “red faced ones”.
h) “ALBANCIYİZ” (ALBENCİYİZ) meaning “we are Alban (Al Ben) people”.
i) “BALKANCI EV” meaning “houses from Balkan”.
j) “BEN GALACI” (BEN KALECI) meaning “I am castle builder”.
k) “GANALCI” BEY meaning “I am channel builder lord”.
l) “BEN GAYACI” meaning “I am rock dealer, I am rock professional”.
m) “İL BAĞCILARI” meaning “the grape grower of the country”.
n) “BOL EKİNCİ” meaning “they were the farmers of grains”.
o) “İL SABANCI” (EKİNCİLER) meaning “the plough (plow) owners, the grain farmers, the country farmers”.
p) “BALCIANIZ” (BALCILARIZ) meaning “we are honey-producers”.
q) “BOL İNEKCİ” meaning “he who has plenty of cows”.
r) “BOL KOYUNCU” meaning “he who has plenty of sheep”.
s) “BEN ILGICI” (BEN YILKICI)” meaning “I am the owner of horse herds”.
t) “BEN AĞILCI” meaning “I own sheep-pens”.

All of these decipherments describe who the Pelasgians were and what kinds of activities they were doing. They were embedded in just one word that was used as a name for the people of PELASGIAN. In addition to these findings, I just showed that the term PELASGIAN is also embedded in the term CYCLOPEAN.
In the context that the term CYCLOPEAN refers to the ancient and magnificently built stone walls, we can also recover (decipher), from the word CYCLOPEAN, the following definitions in Turkish regarding the identity of these ancient walls.

First, when the term CYCLOPEAN is deciphered by rearranging it as “PN-KALE-COY”, I find that the name CYCLOPEAN is an altered and restructured form of the Turkish expression “BEN KALE KÖY” meaning “I am Castle Village” – which they were in the ancient past and still are! They were self contained villages that were surrounded with heavily fortified stone walls and even buildings within the castle were constructed with big stones.

Secondly, CYCLOPEAN is deciphered in the form of “AN-PAS-OKYLE”, I find that the name CYCLOPEAN is also an altered and restructured form of the Turkish expression “AN BAŞ OKULI” meaning “Sky Head School” which refers to a high school where most likely sky observations were made. Additionally, it is the Turkish expression “HAN BAŞ OKULI” meaning “Lord Head School” which refers to a school where the human “head” is trained in different subjects to achieve very difficult tasks.

Now, let us also use a more phonetic form of the name CYCLOPEAN such as the form “SAYKLOPEAN”. The term CYCLOPEAN is actually voiced as SAYKLOPEAN – contrary to its spelling.
When the term SAYKLOPEAN is deciphered in the form of “PN-SAKA-OYLE”, I find that the name SAYKLOPEAN is an altered and restructured form of the Turkish expression “BEN SAKA ÖYLÜ” meaning “I am from Saka house” (i.e., I am from Saka people, I am Scythian)” – which they were!
Additionally, when the name SAYKLOPEAN is deciphered by rearranging it as “PN-KALA-OYE-S”, I find that the name SAYKLOPEAN is also an altered, restructured and Aryan’ized form of the Turkish expression “BeN KALA ÖYÜ (EVİ)” meaning “I am castle house” – which again they were!
Furthermore, when the name SAYKLOPEAN is deciphered as “PS-OL-KAYAEN”, I find that the name SAYKLOPEAN has embedded in it the Turkish expression “BiZ ULU KAYAAN” (BİZ ULU KAYALAR) meaning “we are great rocks” which they are! In this case, suffix –EN (-AN) is the ancient Turkish plurality suffix.
Turkish word BEN means “I; I am”, SAKA means “water man; Saka Turk”, KÖY means “village”, ÖY means “house, home”, ÖYLÜ means “with house, from house”, KALE (KALA, GALA) means “castle”, KAYA means “rock”, ULU means “great”, BiZ means “we”.
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These decipherments explain what the term CYCLOPEAN meant in the context of “cyclopean walls”, and for what purpose, and by whom they were built! They definitely belonged to the ancient Turanian civilization!
The name CYCLOPEAN appears to have been made up from one of several possible expressions of pure Turkish whose meanings line up exactly with the purpose and the essence of the Cyclopean walls – despite the fact that the true meaning and the Turkishness of the word CYCLOPEAN have been disguised very cleverly! By this act, this ancient Turanian civilization has been intentionally obliterated and swept into the obscurity of ancient ruins – while its grandeur and glory is wrongly assigned to Greeks. In other words, the identity of the Pelasgians is being passed to us as an “unsolved mystery” when in reality there is no mystery that they were Turanians! The Cyclopean walls are found all over the world. This shows how extensively the ancient Turanian SAKA Turks and their civilization had spread all over the world.

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When people see the term CYCLOPEAN, they wrongly assume that Cyclopean walls were either built by the ancient Greeks or that they belonged to the ancient Greek civilization. But in reality they were built by ancient Turanian Tur/Turk/Oguz peoples who populated Asia, Europe, Africa and even North and South America far earlier than the so-called Aryan groups.

Greek mythology gives the impression that the Cyclopean walls were built by one-eyed giants called CYCLOPS, (i.e., “TEPEGÖZ” in Turkish mythology), who were able to lift very heavy stones. This wrong presentation conveniently covers up the fact that these immense and magnificent walls were built by people who had the knowledge and skills to build them. They were not “one-eyed giants” as we are led to believe. From the name PELASGIAN, and their language (see my paper about the decipherment of the Pelasgian writing on the Lemnos Island Stelae at URL: http://members.storm.ca/~cm-tntr/lemstelea.html) we know that they were the knowledgable and learned SAKA Turks who built them. It was their advanced scientific knowledge and skill acquired in schools that made the Saka Turks “giants” in every field that they touched. For instance, building ocean-going vessels to go on ocean trips was not an easy task. Building water channels underground or above ground was not an easy task! Building magnificent castles of all kinds and shapes on top of cliffs and hills was not an easy task! Building pyramids was not an easy task, so much so, that modern science is still struggling to understand how they were made. All this on top of the Cyclopean walls. These extremely difficult and magnificent achievements could only be accomplished through the knowledge and skill of the ancient Pelasgians. For them, the human “HEAD”, that is, (“TEPE” (BAŞ) in Turkish), was the most important godly creation of Sky-God and his eye the Sun-God. With these I conclude this study the Cyclopean walls.

Examples of magnificent Cyclopean walls can be viewed at the link below.

Cyclopean walls images

With my best wishes to all,

Polat Kaya

15/05/2012