I understand this is one of your usual tactics but it shows a lack of something on your part.
Second, don't add to my quote because you can't be bothered to look in a dictionary for an answer to your lack of understanding.
like·ly   /ˈlaɪkli/ Show Spelled
[lahyk-lee] Show IPA
adjective, -li·er, -li·est, adverb
1. probably or apparently destined (usually followed by an infinitive): something not likely to happen.
2. seeming like truth, fact, or certainty; reasonably to be believed or expected; believable: a likely story.
3. seeming to fulfill requirements or expectations; apparently suitable: a likely place for a restaurant.
4. showing promise of achievement or excellence; promising: a fine, likely young man.
Third, I understand very well thanks. It just seems you don't understand that I don't believe your fantasy that has no real world, cultural evidence for support.
fan·ta·sy   /ˈfæntəsi, -zi/ Show Spelled
4. Psychology . an imagined or conjured up sequence fulfilling a psychological need; daydream.
5. a hallucination.
6. a supposition based on no solid foundation; visionary idea; illusion: dreams of Utopias and similar fantasies.
Fits your story to a tee.
Have the last say I am done. Nothing new or worthwhile here.