Category Archives: Linguistic Archeology

Marcu Jura – credințele Bătrânilor


Pot să înțeleg venerația pe care Bunu a avut-o pentru oamenii locului. Tata o are și el. Dar eu n-am putut avea aceeași venerație. Dacă aș fi putut, astăzi nu eram păstor de oi, ci păstor de oameni. Din păcate, moștenirea bunicului meu a rămas fără moștenitori.
Ironic cum credincioșii de azi venerează temple ridicate de oameni, dar pângăresc adevăratul templu care e Pământul. Continue reading

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Postulatele Petre Morar – Noi nu sîntem Latini, latinii sînt Noi


Postulate (I) Morar: “A surname comes from that language and culture where it has significance as a common noun, adjective or verb. “Postulate (II) Morar: “Names of places survive after the disappearance of a culture. “Postulate (III) Morar: “The cyclic … Continue reading

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Sumerian Language = Hungarian Language


ABOUT THE HUNGARIAN LANGUAGE by János Kalmár 1857 – MÁTYÁS FLÓRIÁN, linguist and a member of the Hungarian Academy of Science, who was in correspondence with OPPERT, stated: “I gained from Oppert the treasure of the words (Sumerian) and called … Continue reading

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Getae – Goētes – Goths. goēteia is Ancient Greek for wizardry!


wiki – The Getae or Gets (Ancient Greek: Γέται, singular Γέτης; Bulgarian: Гети; Romanian: Geţi) are names given to several Thracian tribes inhabiting the regions to either side of the Lower Danube, in what is today northern Bulgaria and southern … Continue reading

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Prolog la cartea lui Petre Morar – Dacia Ariana


In textele urmatoare cu siguranta exista multe ‘protocronisme’, greseli, wishful thinking dar eu cred ca se pot separa si multe informatii, rationamente care merita sa fie luate in considerare, dincolo de exagerari eu cred ca exista o logica de fond … Continue reading

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Scrierea milenara a vechii europe si 3 simboluri precrestine – crucea imbarligata, crucea incercuita, crucea cu 7 spire. + IYI


“Desigur ca un bandit are un dosar mult mai bogat decat un onest taran care si-a cautat de rostul lui. Iar inscriptii si sculpturi lasa cei care au posibilitati materiale, deci bogatii, ci nu oamenii saraci si umili. Aceasta este … Continue reading

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La Seimeni case circulare de 300mp si un inel fabulos, pe autostrada Transilvania un oras de 100ha… Se dezvaluie civilizatii mai vechi decit piramidele, Old Europe -5000BC


The Vinca pottery is almost indistinguishable from Ubaid Sumerian (Ubaid is the oldest, initial phase o the Sumerian material culture, corresponding temporarily with the end of Vinca-Turdas culture). Read more. >> 373 google earth photos from Dobrogea >> Seimeni, Hamangia, … Continue reading

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Paun Es. Durlic – Cea mai veche scriere din lume, pastrata in painea vlahilor. Svastica – simbol tanatic principal al vlahilor.


The earliest swastika ever found was uncovered in Mezine, Ukraine, carved on an ivory figurine, which dates an incredible 12,000 years, and one of the earliest cultures that are known to have used the Swastika was a Neolithic culture in … Continue reading

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The Genocide of the Old Scythian writing, ordered by the Popes


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Hungarian_script The Old Hungarian script (in Hungarian known as rovásírás, or székely rovásírás,[1] székely-magyar rovás; for short also simply rovás “notch, score”[2]) is an alphabetic writing system used by the Magyars in the Early Middle Ages (7th to 10th centuries). … Continue reading

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Franta a fost Romanofona!!


http://www.gandirea.ro/o-realitate-ignorata-in-vechime-franta-a-fost-romanofona/ GABRIEL GHEORGHE ; http://getica.go.ro/articole.htm ; Revista GETICA Sapiens nihil affirmat quod non probat (dicton latin) – înţeleptul nu afirmă nimic fără să probeze. * Inevitabili* falorum lexhumana providentia mutări non polest (dicton latin) – Divinitatea nu poate să înlăture … Continue reading

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