This world system took years to work on and had several inspirations to work from. It's also based on Research. And so, I have yet to read Plutarch's Lives and Arrian's Alexander. However, I can give you some background on my inspiration and my research. Inspiration Inspiration really began with the Greek Myths and the Greek Mythological Cycle.

Primary Sources: Bulfinch's Mythology, the Oddessey, the Iliad.

Secondary Sources:Edit

Hercules: the Legendary Journeys

Xena: Warrior Princess

Clash of the Titans

Jason and the Argonauts

Helen of Troy

Historical SourcesEdit

Alexander the GreatEdit

  • Frost, F. J. (1997). The Hellenistic World about 250 B.C.. Greek society (p. 155). Lexington, Mass.: Heath. (Original work published 1971) 
  • Wood, M. (Director). (2004). In the footsteps of Alexander the Great [Motion picture]. Great Britain: PBS Home Video ;. (tertitary source, quotes Arrian and Plutarch.)
  • Abbot, J. (1902). Alexander the Great. New York and London: HARPER & BROTHERS PUBLISHERS. (tertitary source)
  • Clough, A. H. (1999). Plutarch's lives. Champaign, Ill.: Project Gutenberg. (secondary source)

Greek Origins Edit

  • The bible
  • Jacobovici, S. (Director). (2008). The naked archaeologist, the Tribe of Dan [Motion picture]. Canada: Associated Producers.
  • Frost, F. J. (1997). The Mycenaean Prologue. Greek society (p. 1). Lexington, Mass.: Heath. (Original work published 1971)

India's PastEdit

  • Naidu, U. (1999). The Bible of Aryan Invasions. Jabalpur, India: Sudrastan Books.

China's Past Edit

  • Scarpari, M. (2000). Ancient China. New York: Barnes & Noble.
  • Lee, S. E. (1995). A history of Far Eastern art,. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall. (Original work published 1964)

Author's own Historical HypothesisEdit

  • The Israelite Migration and the Krishna Invasion
  • Hercules and Samson


Helen of Troy

Helen of Troy

The Saga of Helen of Troy

For FunEdit


Symbol of the Pelasgians, with Castor beside his brother, Polydeuces.