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Dyæus is a common deity, shared by all Indo-European communities.
From a great number of palaeolithic dual-headed divine sculptures the author develops the characteristics for the androgynous sky-god Dyaeus, whose "Hermaphrodites" are referring to the famous androgynous creation legends in Plato's Symposium and in the Kabbalistic Book Zohar.
In analogy to Schliemann's discovery of Troy the author considers the Platonic legend and the ancient sculptures as the remains of a common and global ancient androgynous religion - the predecessor for modern religions.
The book Dyæus describes our predecessor religion in its youth, in which people were aware they shared one common religion and a singular sky-deity.