Western Armenia (Urartu) is the foundation of the family tree of nations and countries of the world
WESTERN ARMENIA – This map presents the Ararat Mountains or how the whole earth was inhabited by Noah and his descendants after the flood in Armenia.
(Urartu, in the territory of Western Armenia), Universal Magazine, London, 1749 (engraving) by an English school (18th century); Private collection; Ken Wales.
Therefore, Armenia (Urartu in the territory of Western Armenia) will become the foundation of the family tree of the nations of the world. The family tree was presented in a London-based magazine, presumably in the Museum of London, England.
The most important fact we mention about Armenia on the world stage is that Armenia was the first to adopt Christianity as a state religion. However it’s more than strange that Armenia is one of the three countries on the map of Babylon of B.C.E. 6th century, that is, we have our place on the most ancient map in the world for more than 2,600 years.
To our ancestors, the world was a piece of land whose shores were flooded with seas on all sides. Fortunately, they were not limited with their knowledge, they were constantly trying to “measure” the world.
The most ancient map of the world is the map of Babylon (B.C.E. 6th century).
This map shows Babylon in the center of the world and in the north-western part of Armenia, Armenia, Syria. The “bitter river” is around them.
The 7 points on the other side of the river are islands that are impossible to reach. It turns out that Armenia is the only modern country that is depicted on the most ancient map of the world. Valery Poliakov
We often ask ourselves the question of the constitution of the states and we hear about the United Nations, which unites 193 states. Based on its initial 50 members, this organization is responsible for maintaining international peace and security through all branches of its Charter-based activities, replacing the League of Nations.
So how is the state created? Did the first 50 members exist before the UN Constitution?
Indeed, the League of Nations was introduced after the Treaty of Versailles in 1919 and was formed primarily on the initiative of President Woodrow Wilson. The latter defended the so-called fourteen points of Wilson of January 1918, which defended the unification of the nations that formed the official political base after World War I.
Gathering around the International Pact, the organization had only 23 members until 1919. Armenia in the territory of Western Armenia was officially recognised as a sovereign state by the Supreme Council of the Allies following the Peace of Mudros on 30 October 1920. Based on the actions of Poghos Nubar, part of the state was captured by Kemalist forces, so after its recognition it was at war.
The way of action is clear, these are states that recognise the existence of other states. So which country was the first in the world ?
From the map mentioned above, we can assume that Armenia, located in the territory of Western Armenia, is not only one of the most ancient states in the world, but also, of course, the basis for the formation of other countries.
Today there are recognised UN member states and recognised but not yet UN member states, such as Western Armenia, which can be considered the first state in the world, so the Armenian people, born in the land of Western Armenia is one of the first nations.
We present a second map to strengthen our position. About B.C.E. 550-476 the world, according to the drawings of Herodotus of Miletus, is also a very interesting map, as it questions the deportation of the Phrygians as part of the Armenian policy described by Herodotus (born about B.C.E. 480 in Halicarnassus in Caria, died about 425 in Turio, Greek historian and geographer ) as we see the presence of two countries on the map before the birth of Herodotus.
The President of The National Council of Western Armenia