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A Historical Research of the Ten Tribes Scattered Into the Nations – Part 8

In this section we addressed the Mythological Evidence to derive at a plausible outcome. The scientific evidence presented in this research is concluded as follow:

The legends, myths and folktales of the various religious groups in Georgia, prove that the Torah principles were strongly applied at some stage. Taking into consideration that the Scythian / Parthian / Cimmerian 'history' research proves undoubtedly an 'Israelite' presence in Georgia – Colchis / Iberia / Albania. Looking at the 'culture and social' life research, which add weight, also confirms that the Georgians at one stage spoke Hebrew, including their kings and their families.

The Mythological Evidence of Georgia, proves that the Israelites dominated the entire area at some stage, and buried their legends, believes and ethics deep into the nation’s ethos.

The headings in this part cover the following areas:

Background.
What are Legends?
What are Myths?
What are Folktales?
What Are the Difference Between Legends, Myths and Folktales?
Legends about Georgia as God’s Land.
Reasons for the Vast Amount of Myths.
The Legend of Drinking Out of a Horn.
The Legend of Bullfighting and Shuamtoba.
The Myth of Ancient Georgian Cosmology.
The Legend of the Ten Tribers in Georgia.
The Myth of the Golden Fleece and Georgia’s Establishment.
The Folktale of the Wishing Tree.
The Legend of Saints Day.
The Legend of Good Ethics.
Final Thoughts: Origin of Myths.
Conclusion.

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