Category Archives: Linguistic Archeology

The Genocide of the Old Scythian writing, ordered by the Popes 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!! GABRIEL GHEORGHE ; ; 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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