2011. október 13., csütörtök

The Relationship Between the History of the Native Indian and Hungarian Writing

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The Relationship Between the History of the Native Indian and Hungarian Writing

Rovó - 2011.09.13 15:37


It can be argued that the least researched element of the history of written languages throughout the world is that of the Sekler-Hungarian.



An Introduction

As a result of four decades of research into the Sekler-Hungarian rune language, it became evident that many of the runic signs have corresponding counterparts throughout the world. In this article I will draw parallels between the Sekler-Hungarian iconography and those of the earliest native Indian cultures.


The History of the Research

It can be argued that the least researched element of the history of written languages throughout the world is that of the Sekler-Hungarian. Despite the fact that it is used to this day, even linguistic experts specialized in studying it have ignored or dismissed the scope and nature of this language's prevalence throughout history. To this day, most experts insist on thinking of it as an alphabetical system despite the fact that the language contains symbols for syllables, words and sentences. This is typical of languages rooted in antiquity and atypical of alphabetic languages.

The tradition considers the Sekler-Hungarian runic language of Hun-Scythian origin and this tradition is supported by recent archaeological finds.

The followers of the Finn-Ugric origin theory portrayed either as a humanist creation, or as a written language of ancient Turkic-Glagolite origin. The characteristics of the Sekler-Hungarian runic language however contradict both. The Sekler-Hungarian runic language has signs, that match the much older Hittite hieroglyphic written language. The humanists could not know the Hittite hieroglyphic writing. The related Hittite and Sekler signs are not present in the ancient Turkic and Glagolite either.

The ever growing alternative research of the last decades reconstructed the process of acrophony in the case of most signs, namely we know now, which word-signs did they originated from. These word-signs are the cornerstones of a religious system. They were the hieroglyphs of the religion of the Stone Age.


We can find corresponding counterparts of the Sekler-Hungarian signs in many written antique languages and pre-writing, such as decorative elements on pottery, eggs, headstones. The similarities are more frequent with the older archaeological finds. For example, in the early Sumerian hieroglyphic writing shows many similarities, while the later cuneiform does not have similarities. The earliest artifacts of the Carpathian Basin and Balkan (Tordos-Vincsa culture) has many signs similar to the Sekler-Hungarian runes, but the folk pottery of the 19 th century evolved to a more flowery representation, away from the original linear designs.

Most authors didn't recognize these similarities, and those who did, considered it co-incidental, however without the mathematical proof of being such. With Mr. Tibor Nemetz, a scientist of the Hungarian Mathematical Research Institute, we have conducted probability calculations and concluded, that these similarities are present due to genetic relationship.

We have to find the answer to this question: how can these written languages be related, when their users are separated by many thousands of years and many thousands of miles.

We have recognized, that the earliest sign systems were not for the use of the governance, trade, or bookkeeping, but rather they were linked to the birth of the ancient religion. This ancient religion arose in the Middle East – about 50 000 years ago. The Sekler-Hungarian written language and the related sets of pre-writing signs and folklore elements of decoration have closely preserved the characteristics of this ancient written language.

The surprisingly old age of these writings is supported by two considerations.

First:

The encircled cross hieroglyph of Earth, which is the map of Eden at Mount Ararat corresponds to the description of Eden and the four holy rivers in the Old Testament. It depicts the original homeland, from where the 'sons of Noah' started off, eventually to populate the Earth. We can find this plan view world model depiction all over the world, because the different groups of peoples took the map of their original homeland with them, wherever they went.

Second:

The corresponding Stone-Age counterparts of the Sekler-Hungarian runic signs can be found from the Pyrenees (Mas d' Azil) to the Americas. This spread can be best explained with a Middle-Eastern starting point.

Written language was born by mono-genesis – having a single origin. The groups of Homo sapient sapient ('sons of Noah') took the earliest signs to the distant parts of the world. The known written languages are related by this ancient link.

This is the historical environment, in which the relationship of the Hungarian and Native Indian writing systems can be interpreted.


The characteristics of the Stone Age writing


To understand the relationship of the Hungarian and Native Indian written language, we have to understand the characteristics of the signs of the ancient religion.

The most popular signs, depictions were the world models describing the ancient peoples' understanding of the world. It could be plan view, front view, spatial, moving, zoomorph, and map. A zoomorph world model is the cow statuette found in Szentgyörgyvölgy, and tablets of Tatárlaka, which can be interpreted as a star map.

The signs are usually word-signs of one-syllable words, such as “szár”, “jó”, “Ten”. The sentence-signs, created from word-signs, sign-montages, and ligatures are frequent. The latter is preserved in the Chinese and Indian written languages. The most important topics of the ancient world view had typical conventions of representation, such as 'the tree holding the heaven', 'plan view world model'. The world signs are linked to the concepts of the ancient religion and they depict parts of the world: Orion constellation, the four holy rivers, the cranny of the Milky Way – or they may depict the gods: Mother, Father, Son. The order of the word signs follow the hierarchy of the ancient religion. The first are the triad of the gods.


The so far deciphered signs, such as 'tall axis', 'tall river', 'the land of god Joma' are identifiable as the Milky Way's and the religious centers' role as the connection between Earth and Heaven.


The hieroglyphic writings survived typically in religious centers, burials, and even objects of everyday use.

The peoples of ancient written languages used many media such as poring sand, rock carving pottery marks, mosaics of feathers, woven fabric, clay sculpture


Testimony of related sciences

Genetics:

In science, similarity is evidence of kinship. Genetic scientist Omella Semin and colleagues have proved, that among the European peoples, the Hungarian is closest to the genetic makeup of the Native Indian peoples.

Linguistics:


With the generally used methods of linguistics, it is possible to retract to 6000 years in the past. The linguists can't sufficiently explain of ignoring the similarities of these languages.

Otto von Sadovszky and Sándor Csőke has shown systematic parallels between the Hungarian and Native Indian languages.

History of Religions:

Many parallel phenomena links the ancient religions of Eurasia and America.

Folk Music:

Music researcher László Ördögh found systematic similarities between the Native Indian and Hungarian folk music and music researcher Du Yaxiong found systematic similarities between the Chinese and Hungarian folk music.

Architecture:

The tradition of American Indian pyramid architecture goes back to the Eurasian tradition of pyramid architecture (steppe-pyramids, pyramids found in China).

Biography and references:

My earlier books: http://ikint.uw.hu/konyvek.htm

My articles and volumes: http://linksite.hu/lapok/varga.geza/

Varga Géza /metapedia/

http://hu.metapedia.org/wiki/Varga_G%C3%A9za_%C3%ADr%C3%A1st%C3%B6rt%C3%A9n%C3%A9sz





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