Category Archives: History

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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Imreh István – Viaţa cotidiană la secui, 1750-1850

Download carte – Imreh István, Viaţa cotidiană la secui, Bucureşti 1982 pdf.

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The Vlaho-Bulgarian Empires. I2/E1/J basic OldEurope layer, R1a warriors, R1b metallurgy. Culture & technology fusion.

Golden ox figurine found in Maykop kurgan/mid-3rd millennium BC., Hermitage Museum & 3000 B.C(!?!), golden figurine of the Beddeni Culture, Alazani Valley in Georgia. Extraordinary kurgan burial shines new light on Sarmatian life, of the Early Iron Age, in the … 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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The African DNA of Europe E-V13

According to Eupedia article about Haplogroup E1b1b E-V13 migrated directly from North Africa to southern Europe, crossing the Mediterranean from Tunisia to Sicily, then to Italy and to the southern Balkans. This scenario would explain why E-V13 reaches its peak frequency … Continue reading

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Marija Gimbutas – the Kurgan Saga – collision & amalgamation During the period A of the Tripolye culture (about 5450-4750 BC) the Tripolye influence was the most intensive. In caused the acquaintance of the Sredniy Stog and Azov-Dnieper population with the first metal. It is necessary to note, that … Continue reading

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Soarele – simbol arhetipal

Soarele este izvor al vietii, fără energia soarelui nu poate exista nimic – sanctuar dacic, cruce dacica, hora, martisor, svastica, morisca, simbol al regalitatii, are corespondent aurul intre metale si rosul intre culori. Continue reading

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Getes – the story to be told – Quotes

Source – A story never told – DECEMBER 19, 2015 / PRIMUS GETARUM 1. Sumerian researcher A. Kisifim: “The ancestors of Rumanians had a powerful influence upon the whole ancient world, respectively upon old Ellada, old Egypt, Sumer and even … Continue reading

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The Hittites – R1b, chariots, iron & the first indo-euro writing

>> Marija Gimbutas – Old Europe and the Intrusion of Kurgan people << EUPEDIA : The northern part of the Yamna horizon was forest-steppe occupied by R1a people, also joined by a small minority of R1b (judging from modern Russians … 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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