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Barbatos the Slave or Barbatos, is a Great Duke who appeared when the Sun was in Sagittarious, he along with four noble Kings and their companies of great troops.

This is the scene that was set for the taking of the Island of Bim (Igbo: bé mụ́, meaning "my home") in the Caribbean Sea, SE of the Bermuda Triangle in the 16th Century. Mụ́ is also home of the Naacal, a land mass that may have been situated in the Berumada Triangle at one time. Bermuda, Caribbean and Bimini Islands are all but remnants of something lost. Edgar Cayce placed Atlantis at this location, while James Churchward placed Mu in the Pacific Ocean.

Barbatos may possess hidden truths about the Naacals, and may even have served as their god. This unknown civilisation is believed to have had as many as fourty colonies from the Bermuda Triangle of the Atlantic, across Peru, and as far as Easter Island in the Pacific. It is also possible that these indigenous people were responsible for the Nazca lines. Barbatos stands 8 foot tall with a beard and has the ability of Animal and Bird Speak.

During the Age of Pisces, the Sagittarius Era lasted from year 1440 to 1620 AD. At this time, the Island of Barbados was under struggle by four kings: the Crown of Castile, the Portuguese Empire, the French Empire, and King James I of England. During which time, Barbados was a major hub for Slave Trade. Prior to the Sagittarius invasion, Barbados was inhabited by Arawaks and Caribs who enjoyed the indigenous bearded fig-tree (Ficus citrifolia) on the island.

Barbados Coat of Arms

By Order of Virtues, the Spirit of Barbatos entered into English Colonist William Byam who was born in the 1620s. Byam was Treasurer of Barbados from 1649 to 1652 during the English Civil War. Byam, who sided with the Royalists, was viewed as a "known malignant" by the Roundhead government in London.

The placement of emblems on the the Barbados Coat of Arms matches that of the Seal of Barbatos.

Barbatos' mystical number is 30.

Naacal civilisation (Berumada Triangle to Easter Island)

In the 1880s, British-American archeologist Augustus Le Plongeon believed in Atlantis, and called it the "Land of Mu", Mu which literally means "home" by Caribbean locals. Le Plongeon studied pre-Columbian ruins of America, with a focus on Maya civilization on the northern Yucatán Peninsula. Le Plongeon traveled extensively all over Peru for eight years visiting and photographing ancient ruins, including Tiahuanaco. He also had an interest in what caused the 1868 Arica earthquake in what was then Peru, now Chili.

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