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(8) Kazár


The Kazár raised sheep but they were also a warring people. They kept sheep with twisted and not straight horns. Their main religious symbol was the spiral and the Kuza (whirl), also the gúzs (which resembles a twisted rope). Their holy animal was the octopus, just as that of the Besenyő and the Jász.

Addenda from Az ősműveltség

God names In Egypt: Amon-Ra (Kos-Nap = Ram-Sun)
Ancestral father Kus, Kos (Bible), this also meant a male, a man
People Kushites of Ethiops. A Kaza group came with Árpád and some „Kus” belonged to the Huns too. Sikel originated from Ithaca island (Odyssea) Sakalasa, or sakarsa are the same as the Zakhur people of Asia Minor, according to Egyptian sources. (Sayce) The longest-surviving name of the Huns is Zakul (Kézai Gesta Hungarorum)
Countries Kus, Kushit
Cities Nap, Napata (p.1769). In Asia Minor, Al Kazar in Arabic. In Sicily, Cossyra (ezüst kos = silver ram). Sikelia hill near Athens (Freeman). In Pizídia the city and meadow of Sagalassus (Livius). Segesta, today’s Segesd in Pannonia. In Erdély, Segesvár and Segesd
Animals kacskar, or kusgar (ovis polii)
Symbology The Milky Way, or the Goddess Ancient Mother or Ancient Matter was symbolized by a white goat, the God of Ancient Force with a black goat. These symbols have existed since the Stone Age.

(9) Kabar


The Kabars’ holy animal was the goat. The Székely and Kazár religious vocabulary was based upon the k, g, gy and sz, s, z, zs, c, cs consonants; the Kabars’ vocabulary consisted of p, b, v, f and k, h, g, gy consonants. In the Kabar language, when a word started with the consonants p and b (like bak = a he goat), it always carried the concept of the masculine, as does for example the Kabar-Magyar word bika, the German Bock, the Italian becco, the Slavic bik = bull. This sequence, when turned around and the k, g, h consonants start the word, always carry the concept of the feminine. Such examples are the ancient Magyar Kapra (she goat), kebel = bosom, köböl = a vessel that is able to contain (German Kübel), since our Magyar ancestors considered every vessel that is able to contain to be feminine. The Italian word cupola also originated from the ancient Magyar language. This word originally meant an air filled object (in German the word hohl means empty), in ancient Magyar the word hupolag and today’s Finnish kupla means the same, thus verifying the afore-mentioned origin. What verifies this connection further: the Magyar and Finnish words are ancient nature words. The Latin, being a late culture word can only be a derivative of these.

The above picture explains the Kabar symbolism: no.1 line was a symbol of the masculine, no.2 the feminine and these were the basic religious symbols of the Kabars. The former was derived from the lines of goat horns, the latter carries the lines of the udder. (Here I have to mention that the word kecske was the Székely-Kazár name of the goat). Our ancestors considered singularity as masculine, the concept of pairs, or of many was feminine. On drawing no. 3 we can note that the no. 2 symbol was formed with two lines, the no.1 with only one line. In this short summary, I cannot explain the deeper meaning of all these, as I could not explain the star culture of the Jász.

The holy metal of the Kabar was the copper, and this remained in Latin as cuprum, in German Kupfer. Their holy fruit was the apricot. Another holy plant was the csicseri borsó (Cicer arietinum, chick-pea) which resembles the form of the breast (see no.2). The Italians don’t know why they call this legume cece, since in Italian the breast is called mamella. It is clear that the name of this legume came from the language of one of the Magyar ancient peoples. Another holy Kabar plant was the kabaktök (one of the gourds) and some water chestnut and related plants like the lotus. Their fruit (no.4 on the drawing) served as food too. Their stylized image is still present in folk decorations, especially on carvings and cord decorations (no.5), but their beautifully stylized images of decorations came from the pre-Christian graves (no.6). These Kabar decorations gave birth to the Eastern „arabesque” decorations, which we mostly see on copper vessels in the East, which testifies that the copper industry began with the Kabar ancient group. The goat was their most holy animal; every line of its body showed most perfectly the lines of Kabar symbolism (no.7). Here we can note that our ancestors’ symbology was not a haphazard thing, or an arbitrary construction. It was formed based on the eternal laws of Nature with these in mind and in perfect harmony with them, throughout the thousands of years of the development of their culture. Again, here I cannot go into detail. Other holy animal were the cheetah and the horned owl (füles bagoly). A few words about the cheetah: This figure gave birth to the Puss-in-Boots (Csizmáskandur) children’s story. The horned owl was the symbol of the Eternal God of Heaven; the Sun god was symbolized mostly by a dark red, copper colored he-goat. Their name for the Sun god was Bak, Bakota, Bakar (= buck and derivatives). The name Baccus came from here. His holy animal was the buck in Greek and Roman mythology, but nobody knew why.

Opposed to this deity, the symbol of femininity was Kybele of Eastern origin. We can recognize in this name the Kabar-Magyar kebel, breast, but we know that in the ancient Sumerian, gab and kablu meant breast too, kebel in Kabar-Magyar. Here I need to mention that the great golden urn of the great gold treasure found in Nagy-Szent-Miklós in the last century, which was taken to Vienna, had the decoration of a cheetah, a horned owl and some other decorations which indicate the Kabar origin. It may have later fallen into the hands of the Byzantines and the Turks, which we can guess from the later added, scratched inscriptions. This treasure is sometimes called the „Atilla treasure”. It is for certain, that this is the largest gold treasure in the world.

The large, black dung-beetle (galacsinhajtó bogár) had a great cult among the Kabars. The word bogár (bug) is clearly a Kabar cultic word, which fully corresponds with the Italian bogarazzo = Kabar-Magyar bogár. The reciprocal form of the first syllable we find in the Egyptian kepera and the German Käfer. For the ancient Kabars and their descendants, the Egyptians, this bug was the symbol of the Sun when it descended into the underworld, because it lives in a self-made hole and takes flight only during the night. The names kepera and Käfer stem from the Kabar verb kapar, keper, which means to scratch. This bug is known in Egyptian drawings as the „scarab beetle”.

Addenda from Az ősműveltség:

Names of locations Habura brook and town in Zemplén, Kaba locality in Hajdu county. Croatia: the Big and Small Kapela mountain, Dalmacia: Kaprie, Kupari, and in reciprocal Pago and Bakar, or Buccari islands. In Asia Minor: Frigia’s Kabali province, capital city Kibira, where the goddess Kybele had a large cult; the mail deity was represented by Bagaios. Kappadocia was its neighbor, by its older name Küpro, today Cyprus, which is famous for its copper mines.
Personal names Baka from 1146, Beke, Bek from 1277, Bukud, Bukul from 1237, Kaba from 1292
Features in some respects they began to resemble goats.
Kabar traces Melanesia’s ancient population are the descendants of true Kabars. The word Héber (Hebrew) originally was in connection with the Kabars. The same can be observed with the Assyrians. According to Kabar traditions surviving in some Chinese folk tales, we know that the role of the Csodaszarvas was taken over by the goat, even later by the fox with some changes in meaning.

(10) Török


Our ancient Török ethnic group (őstörzs in Magyar) did not speak today’s Turkish language. Their language at that time was much closer to Magyar. Their consonantal group contained the t, d and r, l consonants; in other words, their basic word was tur. Their holy animal was the great white bovine, also bred by them. In ancient times, these were preceded by the now extinct bovine (őstulok) of giant stature which was similar to today’s Magyar long-horns, it was short haired, not bushy like the bison. This őstulok’s Latin name was urus, in German Auerochs and Ur. These are today called bölön in Magyar, which originates from the Palóc word group. One of the variants of this animal had twisted horns which can still be seen in the Assyrian images (b. on the above picture). One of the most important ancient Török symbols was this twisted form, which is marked as a on the above picture, but as long the Kazar ancient group called this gúzs the Török name was túr, tűr. These carried important meanings as explained further in the Az ősműveltség. They called the bull túr also and the Arian languages inherited the names túr, taur, tór, tóro from them. The German Stier is also from this word group, only they attached an „s” sound to the beginning of this word. The same word contains the Magyar úr with the omission of the beginning „t”. This was the name of the Great God of the Török, while Tor, Tur or Turuk, Török, Turopa was the name of their Sun god. Mother Earth, on the other hand, was called Turán, Terenna, Türenna. The Great God was also called Urkán, Uruk and Örök (=Eternal). In ancient Magyar the word kán meant King, and the word uk or ük meant ancestor or ancient progenitor. Their ancient Mother Goddess (ancient matter) – as opposed to the ancient Father of Heaven – was called Urán, Uránna, Uranya (Urania). She was the personification of the Milky Way, since they considered the Milky Way the mother of the Sun god. This is also a scientific fact, since our Sun is one of the Milky Way’s stars.

Here we have to realize the error of the Greek legends: The Greeks, not knowing the meaning of the ancient names, mixed up the meanings. The Europa saga is the following: the Sky-God, Zeus, in the form of a bull (úr in Őstörök), took a woman named Europa swam with her to the Island of Crete, where he changed into a handsome young man and made her his own. However, it is clear that Eur-opa, or Ur-opa was the name of the Sky god, while the woman, the personification of the Milky Way, was Urania, a word which really means the starry sky and also the Milky Way in Greco-Roman mythology.

It is known that, in Mesopotamia, it was a very ancient custom to build „twisted” towers, as shown in the above drawing under the letter c. They are still called ziggurats, cikkurats, which, in the Kazár ancient word group, also meant csikart, csavart = twisted. The ancient Török name torony was adopted in many languages as torony, toron, turris, Turm = tower, and we also know that the concept of twisting, of turning, or to return comes from this ancient word group. I just briefly want to mention that the meaning of the circular flight of the Magyar holy bird, the turul = eagle is none other than the túrol, or kering (both meaning a circular flight with the vocabulary of two different ancient language groups). I have to stress on the other hand that the cord (zsinór) decoration of the Magyar attire, shown here under d is very common and this too came from the stylization of the twisted horns of bovines. The Kabar group similarly stylized the forms of the water chestnut or the horns of the goats. The same is true of the Kazár group’s cord decorations which came from the stylized form of ram horns. The Kabar, Kazár and ancient Török were also close relatives.

Addenda from Az ősműveltség

Török territories and peoples Turján, Durján, which means a dug (túrt) or, earthern castle, like Túróc, Túrkeve, Dorog, Dorozsma, in Szatmár county Túrvékonya, Túrmező; its Croatian name is Turopolje, The Etruscan goddess is Turán, Tezan – the reciprocal of her name gives the name of her people: Rét, Retenna, Razenna. The Italians call the Etruscans Toscano, Tosco and Tusco. These also have an ancient Török variation of torkán, torko, turko, török. The Italians still call today’s Turkish people by the name of Turco. The Tűrings in Tűringen are an ancient Török people and also the Sumerians who founded the city of Ur, where many bull decorations were unearthed. Dürkheim city in Bavaria sports two ox-horns placed in mirror position in its city-crest. Turinheim, Turingheim city names belong to this culture group too. The Assyrians fought against the Rutennu people. Ruthenians. Assyrian cuneiform writings tell us about a Turuki people. Egyptian writings remember a Rotennu people and in Syria they mention a Ruten country. In Asia Minor’s Lydia (country) and Lid nation, the population even today is all Török.
Buildings The ornamental facade of the church of Aegina, decorated with bull-horns, evolved from ancient idols. The elements of most of the Magyar folk decorations show Török elements. The dug-castles and earthen castles are part of their culture. The revered flower of the ancient Török, the wild rose, formed their defense structure. The Horn-castles, formed of bull-horns go back to this ancient culture. (See Az ősműveltség.)

(11) Körös


An ancient Magyar group was the kőrös. Its word group consisted of k, h, g, gy and r, l consonants. The male symbol was karó, kuró, kóró, with l pronounciation kalló (stick, bat). The symbol of the feminine was karika, kör, (hoop, circle) in other words the gyűrű (ring), which was also called in our older language győr. These kör, karika words gave birth to the names also present in the Arian languages like krikosz, Krug, Kreis, Old-German Hiring (today its faded form: Ring). But in the Mongolian and Turkish languages we find the words küren, küria = kör (circle). The churches of this Körös-Magyar group were round (kerek), with gardens (kert) encircled (bekerítve) by stones. The Arian words kürkosz, kerke, Kirche and Latin (or better Sabin-Besenyő) pronounciation: circus (cirkusz), and the korus (chorus) originated from here.(Translators’ note: the English church may well belong here, its meaning: stone circle = kő kör. In Scotland the church is called “kirk” M.B. and S.T.)

Their holy animal was the Eagle which they called kurul, karol, Károly, kerecsen, karvaly since the eagle and its related birds have a circular (körös) flight pattern and hover in this manner for hours looking (kem) for prey, which they ultimately grab. (The kem or kém words are the k pronunciation of the Szemere szem. Here they mean to look for, to spy). So these birds köröl and kurul (fly in circles). Big eagles are still called sometimes Királysas (royal eagle) and have become symbols of royalty, but the original meaning of the word király was none other than eagle. The same stands for the name Károly (Charles), which also meant an eagle, or King. So it is an error to originate the word Király (King) from the Slavic language and the name Károly (Charles) from the Germanic languages, because both had their origin in the Körös-Magyar language and originally both meant an eagle.

But the word kör (circle) also had a pronunciation with the l consonant. (The linguistic connection between the r and l consonants is well known) and the Slavic kolo = wheel, the Turkish halka = hoop and the Latin halo = circle originate from here. But the symbol of masculinity karó appears in the Slavic languages as kolac, which is identical to with the Magyar kalló = stick.

The Körös-Magyar symbolic decorations gave rise to today’s Magyar circle-decorations which are shown above. They exist in a million varieties, but their original meaning is already forgotten. I deal with this question in my Az ősműveltség.

The Slavic kolo and the Latin halo are none other than the l pronunciation of the Körös-Magyar word kör (circle), a word which also had an old form of kor, from which our word korong (wheel), like the potters’ wheel comes: it circles fast (kering, or korong).

Another holy animal of the Kőrös was the lion. Its older form was haruszlán, haraszlán, today the beginning h is omitted. Its original meaning was bellicose and strong, (harcos, erős). Its pronunciation with a deeper sound was uros, a word which was used in olden days by the Serbians as a name of Kings, but the meaning is already forgotten, even though the lion was one of the symbols of Royalty. The lion with a golden mane was a symbol of the Sun god in its fighting role as Lord of the Battle. Among the Greeks, Romans, Phoenicians and Etruscans, Heracles was called Arkal or Erkel; the Finns and Estonians called him Kaleva, Kallervo. The original name and meaning of these names is the following: Ér-kolos, Ar-kallós = a man with a club, or a stick, because in ancient Magyar and Turkish er, ar = man even today. In earlier times, the attribute followed the noun as in Hegymagas = (mountain high) high mountain. The stick was called kalló, as we have seen in connection with the Slavic Kolac = stick. We find the same in Latin also, where clava = stick, or club. We also know that Heracles was considered the God of Force, and he personified this force. He was always represented with a lion-skin cloak and a club (kalló) in his hands. Even in today’s Magyar the verb kallani = to hit, strike, beat. I mentioned the Finnish deity, Kaleva. This name is fully identical with the Latin clava = bat! In ancient Magyar the –ava, -eve affix was regularly used, and so the word kallava (kalló+ava) = kalló, ütő (a bat, or stick used for striking).

Addenda from Az ősműveltség:

National name Kőrös, Kurus, Kuruc, Kardukhoi, Kardakes, Kordiüoi, Kürtioi, Kurdish, Kurhi
People The Kőrös, Kár, or Kál, these were the most valuable elements of the Hiksos.
Territories Kária, Korazin, Koraszan, Argolis, Arkadia. The Kals in Armenia, Syria and Canaan called the greater part of Asia Minor home. Akarru (the name of Phoenicia and Northern Syria), the Kalu region. Among the islands of Peloponnesus are Karpat, Crete, Karia, Hermione, Kalidna, Argos, Orkmenos and Corinth.

(12) Avar


The Avar name originated from the ancient var, bar words with the „a” definite article preceding them. In ancient times, this was always used after the word as a suffix. Our present day’s definite articles were once suffixes. Under foreign influence, the Avars began to place these at the beginning of the word, which is contrary to the spirit of the agglutinative languages but, through them, it became a part of the Magyar language.

Our Avar group honored fire. Their mythical father, the Sun god was the God of fire at the same time. His name in their language was Bar, Barata, Parapa, Varuk or Barisa. They used the now so-called St. Andrew’s cross as their symbol of fire (no.1 on the drawing), while the symbol of the Sun was the circle into which they placed such crosses, as drawing no.2 shows.

Their language consisted of p, b, v, f and r consonants. Their most ancient stratum was the Barkó, as we call them today, who live in the Felvidék (Magyar Uplands), near the Palóc people. It is from them that the Parthians -- who ruled Persia for a long time -- originated and the Hyksos, who ruled Egypt for 250 years, who also honored the fire. The holy colors of the Avars were red and yellow, the color of fire. Their holy metal was copper, but they were the inventors of bronze too. It is for this reason that, on ancient bronze vessels, we find the St. Andrew’s cross within a circle (no.2). The name of bronze in the Avar language was boron-oz, which originally meant fiery or red, because originally this probably meant only copper, since this is red and can be extracted with the help of fire from its mineral base. The reason the symbol of fire was a cross, was because this symbolized the two sticks with which the first fires were started by rubbing them together.

The Avars had an advanced cult of flowers (virág in Avar-Magyar), especially the flower of the cultivated carrot-like plants, which have four petals, are cruciform (no.3) and yellow in color. The carrot and its family are all yellow or red, some varieties are red on the outside and yellow on the inside.

They called the fire: bar, par, pür. From this base, several words were derived in Magyar and also the Arian languages, at the time of their formation. Just a few examples: the avar words: piros, vörös, parázs, pörköl and forró are present in the German Brand = burn, Greek pür = fire, Italian bragia = embers, Slavic variti = to boil, solder, przsiti = to scorch. Moreover, the Magyar virág (flower), répa (carrot) and the German Rübe, Italian rapa = répa (carrot) come from this stem. The holy trees of the Avars were also the pine trees, especially the juniper.

They too counted with the four-eight system, so they used to represent the stars with four or eight tips, not like the Jász, but as drawing no.4 and 5 shows.

The Avars considered the sparks of fire as the seeds of fire and symbolized them as tiny St. Andrew’s crosses, and they also used to fill the circle representing the Sun with the same tiny crosses (fig.6). Since life, the energy of life, was considered fire which originated from the Sun, which corresponds with reality, they wanted to represent it with such Sun-disks. According to them, the sparks of life, the seeds of life come from the Sun to Earth.

Addenda from Az ősműveltség:

National names Barkó, Avar, Várkun, pre-Arian Persian, Parthians, Parsi, Peres, Farsi, Partini (the ancient inhabitants of the Adriatic region) (Dio Cassius: Historia Romana, Hamburg, 1750.fol. Lib.XLI., cap.49, pg.293), Parthim (Strabo) people were inhabitants of this same region, Obri (the Slavs call the Avars by such a name.)
Names Bordan, Friapát, Partamazir, Prahat, vagy Frahat, Prahatak Parthian Kings, Franaspat Parthian leader. Pár, Partini, Arab (this is not the same as today’s Arabs, as the Semite word too belonged originally to the Szemere-Magyar group and had nothing to do with the Semites.)
Settlements Baranya, Persia, Parthia, Faristan, Persepolis, Veretragna, Firdusi, Barzue, Partus, Farrursi, Fraortes, Bardija, Varanes, Baram, Barviz, Dalmácia (2917), both the shores of the Adriatic.
Cities Parád, Perk, Perkáta, Párkány, Börzsön, Borsod, Bereg, Obrovac near Zára (Obrovazzo in Italian), Bar, today’s Antivari, Budva, Sinus Avaricus, Páros, or Fárosz, today’s Lesina, or Hvar, Bar (castle and city), Antivari in Italian, the Hyksos castle of Avaris, which ruled over lower Egypt; its other name was Hauar (2926), and this is the same as the Dalmatian name of Hvar city. Another Avar city was Saruhan (it corresponds with the Magyar Sárkány = dragon). The Nabateans also had a city by the name Avar on the shore of the Red Sea, which too changed to Hauara later. Vetvár, or Védvár, Vízvár in Óbuda.

(13) Palóc


The Palóc was another group that honored fire. The mysterious, pre-Greek inhabitants on the Greek Peninsula were the Pelazgians, further on in the North the Váls, Lives and the majority of the Polish people. A part of these are of Jász = Jazvig origin and they were Slavicized only linguistically. This happened mainly during the time of the adoption of Christianity, even though the Vals became Germanized.

One of the Palóc cultic word-groups was the same as that of their Avar relatives, but the Palóc pronounced the consonant l instead of the Avar r. Words of masculinity were created with beginning p, b, f consonants: pál, bál, fál; words of femininity began from the opposite end, with the consonant l: lap, lab, lav, laf. The vowels of course could change. They symbolized masculinity with a stick, a rod, which the people still call bálvány = gerenda (beam). Femininity on the other hand was symbolized by a flat surface. Singularity was considered masculine, the many, or the pair as feminine.

The name of their Sun god was Bál, Bél, Pál, Pelopa or Balisa. It is known that, according to Greek legend, the ancestor of the Pelazgian people was Pelops, and the Peloponnesus peninsula was named after him. Their Mother Earth was called Valona, Velenyő, Levenyő, Livona, Libonya or Lavnya, even though it was based on the l-v word form, but with a feminine ending syllable.

They too had a great plant cult like the Avars, but their holy trees were mostly the nyár (poplar), hárs (linden tree) and jegenye (tall, narrow growing poplar). They also called the latter pálma, as the Palóc people still do.

An important religious symbol of the Palóc was the two-branched fork-form, which they still call vella. This too was their symbol of the feminine concept. This word is in close connection with the verb válik (to separate, separate into two) and the word half, and especially with the word völgy (valley). From this latter sprang the Latin-Italian vallis-valle = völgy (valley) too.

Their sacred animals were the gólya (stork), the hattyú (swan), the liba (goose), and also the lepkék (butterflies) and the firefly (szentjánosbogár), which they also call even today villáncsó. Brehm also mentions this name, which is clearly of the Palóc word group. Their edible plants were mostly the leafy cabbage and spinach-types (laboda-féle). The words levél (leaf), lapi (leaf), lapú (burdock) and lapos (flat) are all Palóc words.

Addenda from Az ősműveltség:

Names for God One God: Bál, Pál, Balota, Balisa, Pelopa, Balkán. In Scythia: Pál. Ál, Él, El was Sun god: Pál, Bál, Balota, Pelopa Pallas-Athena (Goddess of Athens, with a spear in her hand.)
People Pál, Polovc, or Palaúc, Palaste, Pelesta, Pelazg, Faliszk and Fál people in the West and Ost-Fália, Flemish, Walloons, Belgians and Lapps. In Italy the Faliskus people. The Germans call the Italians who live in their southern valley Welsch. In Northern Dalmacia were the Liburns. Líves were (between Russia and Poland), the Pól people (today: Polish).
Territories Peloponnesus, or Pelazgia got its name from Pelops, or Pel-apa (Father Pel) from the Pelazgian people; Palestine, Livonia, West and Ost-Falia and Belgium, are Flemish territories; Livonia, or Livland, Poland (or Polska), Plock, Lublin. Volhinia, Fellin, Poltava, Polangen, Liban, Pilten, Vilna, Vilkomir, Valk, Veleni, Velje, Volmar, Polozk, Valdan, Veliz, Bolhar, Plakia (Hellespontos).
Holidays The raising of Balázsfa, Balogfa, raising of a mast on May 1st, or the May-tree at Pentecost.

(14) Pannon


The Pún or Pannon, were a very ancient sea-faring people. Also known by the names Vend, or Venéd, they were already considered ancient at the time that the Alföld – the lowland of the Carpathian Basin – was still a sea, and when the Dunántúl (Transdanubia) was still a chain of islands.

This region was called Pannonia even in Roman times. With the arrival of Christianity, this nation forgot most of its traditions. The people called themselves Magyars, even though linguistically the majority of them adopted a Slavic language.The area calls itselfVendeven to this day. The branch that spread toward Italy considers itself Italian but still uses the Venét name. Venice, or Venetia and its surrounding population stemmed from them. Their sea-faring branches that drifted far were the Phoenicians or Főnük, also known as Pún. Once settled in the arid, mountainous, Arabian lands, they mingled increasingly with Bedouin-type Semitic peoples, and finally became Semiticized themselves. Even so, traces of their ancient culture survive, since later conquerors adopted a great deal of it.From the earliest of times, the Pun/Pannon were also busy with commerce.Their commercial routes evolved naturally from fishing routes, extending first into the Carpathian Sea (which filled the Alföld), then later into the Adriatic and other seas as well.

The Puns' basic religious symbol was the slightly convex, lentil-shaped disk.This was their Sun-symbol; it was made of gold.

They called this disk in their own language pen, penéz, pún (the –ez or éz syllables filled the role of the Magyar az definite article). Today the Magyar word pénz is erroneously derived from the Latin pensio. It is an erroneous theory since an ancient nature word cannot be derived from a culture word, which the Latin pensio is, meaning a rent or some dependency. The Magyar word pénz still means some disk shaped object, even the scale of a fish. Is it not also impossible that the Germanic penning, penni, Pfennig and even the Chinese fen were all derived from the Latin pensio, since all these words mean a penny, or money? In the Pannon language, nub or náp meant gold, which is the same as the Magyar word Nap = Sun (all reciprocals of Pan). They called their Sun god Nap, Napata, Ban, Bán, Pán, Főnük etc., while their Mother Earth was called Panna, Panona, Vanna, Venussza.

Their holy and most important food sources were the different leguminous plants (beans, lentils). First among them were the lentil-shaped ones, first of all the one that was about the same size as their usual currency, a golden legume called lupinus in Latin, which is still widely grown in Italy. As is evidenced by the afore-mentioned words, the word-group of the Pannons consisted of the p, b, v, f and m, n consonants. Their holy tree was the pine, mostly the one growing very pleasant tasting and nourishing seeds; its Latin name is Pinus pinea. The crown of this tree is like a huge lentil (picture no.1). The Magyar word fenyő belongs into the same Pún word group as the Latin pinus = fenyő. Their holy flower was the red poppy called pipacs. But there are beautiful, golden yellow poppies in the Adriatic region and on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea. All ancient Magyar word-groups contained monosyllabic, equal consonantal words, like the words pip, pap, púp. The Latin name of the poppy is papaver. The Magyar word for bean is bab; but even the German Bohne = bean is a most authentic representative of the Pún word-group.

Their holy bird was the Golden bird (Aranymadár) of Magyar folk stories, also the Phoenix bird of Greek and Egyptian legends, which is the same as the Fung bird of Chinese tradition. All these names belong to the Pún word group. The Pannons, like other Magyar word groups, pronounce the n sound as ng and nd on the end of the word. The Golden Bird, which is also called the Firebird (Tűzmadár) in some legends, belonged to a category of the Bird of Paradise (the raven family) which had golden yellow and red, sparkling, metallic plumes (the Magyar word fény = light is also a Pun word). It was able to spread its tail like a fan, akin to today’s peacock. Its relative, which still survives in the Carpathian Basin, although a lot smaller and not as beautiful, is the bird called Babuka (note the even number of consonants as in the Latin upupa = babuka bird). For this reason, we know that this Golden bird was the symbol of the Sun god. It is from this name that the following bird names came: the Magyar páva (also like the Pún, with even numbered consonants since p and v: are interchangeable), the Latin pavo, the German Pfau, and the Slavic paun = peacock.

The Pannons or Púns were masters of sailing, dyeing of fabrics especially with red. Yellow and red were their holy colors. In Finnish and Estonian punane = red. They were also masters of glass works. It is known that this was also the case with the Phoenicians, or Púns and, even today, the inhabitants of Venice are famous in this art, in other words the Venetes too were known for their glass industry, and they were also sea-faring people. They also dealt in commerce. They always colored the sails of their boats red or yellow with the bark of the pinia pine which gives a red sap! This method of coloring also had a very useful side, since the tannin of this sap preserves the materials from rot. It is known that fishermen of the Magyar Lake Velence dyed their sails red or yellow even recently. However, because of the motorization of boats, the sails slowly disappeared.

Addenda from the Az ősműveltség:

Pannon territories Pannonia, Venetia, Viennese lowland, which was also called Vindobona, the southern parts of Austria, parts of Slovenia, Slavonia and Macedonia’s Peon people.
Cities In the Bay of Cattaro, where the most color producing clams are found, lie Perasto, Perzagno and Kumbor are located. Scagliari was the center of the ancient Phoenician color industry.

(15) Szolim


A close relative of the Szemere was the Szolim or Szarmata group. Their word group consisted of s, sz, z, zs, c, cs and l, r consonants, but the m and n consonants may also have been added. One of their groups may have had a role in the pre-Semitic age of Palestine. Their holy plant was the szőlő, (grape), which was also a part of the Székely culture. Their Holy animal was the dove, which they called szalamb, szallambó or szállam, from which the Semitic words: szelam, szálem (shalom) = blessing or peace originated. It is also clear that the Magyar word szellem (spirit) is connected to this name of the dove, since both the spirit and the dove can fly. The same close connection is between the word szél (wind) and flight (száll). In German the word for soul is Seele.

The dove is still the symbol of peace and a loving spirit of love. As it is part of written history, Jerusalem was founded by the Szolim group, and as they were a peaceful people, the Semites easily defeated them. Jerusalem’s old name was Ur-Szolime. The word ur, or (another form örű) meant in ancient Szolim-Magyar a kör, karika, kerítés and város (circle, a hoop, a fence and a city). Jerusalem was also called the „city of doves”. In the great church of Jerusalem, doves were sold on goddess Saloma’s holiday and, after the doves were paid for, they were set free in honor of the goddess of universal love and peace. The later sanguinary people preserved this custom, but it was their custom to shoot at the doves that were set free, with arrows, in our days with guns. The Jewish King, who rebuilt this church, adopted the name Salamon, or Szalamon and historians remark that he was a „peace loving” person. The Sun god of the Szolim was Aba-Sallon (Absalon) which means: a shiny-father, shining man, but this word sallon or zallon also carried the meaning of gold. The Russian word for gold: zoloto sprang from here. (I mentioned the suffix –on earlier). We know that „long, golden hair” was attributed to Salamon (Solomon) by the Bible. This large, golden hair is none other, than the symbol of the rays of the Sun. The legend of Absalon’s flight is explained in my Az ősműveltség, now I just want to mention that, later, Jesus’ flight has also become a living folk legend.

We know from the Bible that the symbol of the land of Canaan was a „large bunch of grapes”, Canaan was characterized by grapes. I mentioned earlier that one of the Szolim holy plants was the grape. The word szőlő clearly comes from the Szolim language: sz-l. The Szolim city of Sziló was famous for growing grapes. In the language of the Moldavian Csángó-Magyars sziliú = szőlő meaning grapes. The famous Transdanubian wine growing region is Zala; its popular name even today is Szala. In Roman times, there was the city of Sala (Szala) in this spot (Kiepert: “Atlas antiquus). The Magyar people call a certain type of grape even today by the name szala. Zolna (a city’s name) is the name of the solanum-type, round fruited plant. (The data are endless, but I cannot quote all due to the restraints of this paper.) The word sallon once meant shiny or sparkling. People still mention this word in connection with gold: „salgó arany”, or „sajgó arany” (shiny gold).

Addenda from Az ősműveltség

Names of God and ancestors Silen, the teacher of Bacchus, Sun god Szól (=speaks), Szór (=scatters, like the rays or his words), Szár (= yellow shine of gold).
People Szarmata (Sarmatians).
Place names Soloeis, Soloencia, Zeliz, or Azila, were derived from our word for szőlő. (In a legend Heracles kills a monster of the wine gardens by the name of Syleus), Silon in Canaan is a wine growing country. Soloencia, Solous, In Cyprus and Sicily there are the cities of Soli. Jerusalem was founded by the Solim people, its old name is Ur-Szolime.Canaan’s symbol is a huge bunch of grapes. In the region of Torontál is the town Szeleus, Zala county and town, (correctly: Szala), In Erdély stood the city of Sarmisegetusa in Roman times, with a meaning: the Island of the Szárm.

(16) Marmar


According to signs, there existed one more ancient Magyar group, with a vocabulary of m-l, m-r, n-l, n-r consonants. Since the m consonant is related to the b, I believed earlier that these words belonged to the Palóc group (b-l), and did not pay enough attention to the m-r or n-r words. Still it is possible that an ancient group by the name of mal, malon or malaj, or maran, marata, ram, rom or marmar once existed. Out of this ancient group’s name, the Egyptians have derived their own Romeszú name and possibly the Gypsies their Rom name. The name of Rome was derived from this word-stem and also the Roman God of Battles, even though in reciprocal form as Mars. The more ancient Marmar name, too, is in this reciprocal form. For Magyars this name remained in the Carpathian geographical name Mármaros or Máramaros as a region and county name.

The nation name Malai is believed to mean a wanderer and seafaring, but I can demonstrate that for example the Palóc, or Pelazg, the Pannon or Vend and the Jász or Jón or Ijon national names had this meaning of wanderer, walker. The z-r sound change is known to all linguists, so the old -on suffix (like Ugron = ugró), in the Jász name’s jázon form means a walker, a wanderer. Jázon in Greek mythology also meant someone who traveled or sailed far.

I will mention briefly the meaning of the word méz (honey), which has mel, mal alternatives in many languages meaning sweetness or honey, which we also find in the words málna (raspberry) and málé (made of germinating cereal grains thus rendering it mállasztott = tender and sweet, thus creating the csiramálé) food. This word group also means tenderness, or soft, sticky, mud like materials, which can also be likened to honey. In Italian melma means such a material and mud too, its perfect reciprocal is the German Lehm = mud, Leim = glue, and the Italian limo = mud (in French the word “miel” means honey. M.B.)

Today’s slightly corrupted word enyv, is in a more ancient correct form enyű = a sticky, malleable material and softness. This is expressed in the word enyhe (mild), where the m consonant is replaced by the n. Since reciprocity of words was one of the laws in ancient Magyar, and this does not exist in the Arian languages, it is clear that the reciprocal m-l and l-m words must have originated in our ancient language. The latter may have formed the feminine words of the Marmar group, like the one pronounced with an n in leány = girl, which also corresponds to the word lánc = chain since a chain consists of a row of rings, ancient symbol of the feminine. The word lanyha = mild belongs here too, with an n consonant, while the Finnish laimea = mild is pronounced with an m consonant.

Opposed to these, the r word group must have been words of masculinity. This is shown through the name of Mars or Marmar, name of the Lord of Battles. One can also mention the following: the god Mars was honored as a marcona, mord (grim) god. In German, morden = to murder, in Latin mors = death, in Italian mordere = to bite. The reciprocal of these words is rém, rémes = frightful. One can line up here a word which signals fear, the Marmar-Magyar remeg, which carries the same meaning as reszket and rezeg (to tremble, to shake).(Translator’s note: the English murder belongs in this category too.)

Considering that shaking also means a wave-like motion, to and fro, this reminds us of the Sea of Marmora. Márványos, the Italian marmorato: both mean wave-like decorative lines. The waves are energy, so they are a masculine concept. So it is reasonable to consider the mentioned words with r consonant as masculine. We can also mention here the word réz = copper, even though this belongs into another word-group, it is identical with the word rezeg; we very well know (and our ancestors knew it well too) that copper resonates very well, and for this reason bells and gongs were always made of copper. The exact identity of the word réz = copper and rezgés = vibration, shows that they knew that the sounds are vibrations. I also mentioned that the words rezgés and remegés (trembling) are identical. Behold: in Italian rame = copper, even though it is not known what this word has to do with the Marmar remegés = trembling, or vibrations, or the sounds.

All these are tiny particles taking from mankind’s most ancient culture without proofs, but even their logic lets us glimpse onto the magnificent whole. But where is the description of our ancestors’ beautiful spiritual culture including in this their moral tenets, poetry, art and society? We can see, or are reminded, that there is no mention of technology, or machines, only spiritual matters. The reason for this is: our ancestors’ culture was a spiritual culture. The first machine on the other hand was comprised of the two sticks, which when rubbed together were the beginning of igniting a fire for the ancients.

Addenda from Az ősműveltség:

Name Marmar. Derivatives the Marmarids, Mauris, -- the Merid Berbers, Moors, Mordva, or Mordvin people, the Maoris, the Malai people, the Malgas people of Madagascar, the Egyptian Romesu, the Moravians.
Territories Marrakesh, Melilla, Morocco, Rome, and the name of her founders, Romulus and Remus. Martu (the ancient names of Syria and Palestine), Vörösmart.
Names of God Molok, or Moloh the Sungod and the God of Fire; human sacrifices in his honor began with the Semitic age. Mar, Marah, Mart, Mars God of Battles, today the names Márk, Márton (Mark and Martin) names are their identicals.

An excerpt of page 449. of Az ősműveltség explains the connections of these sixteen ancient Magyari groups further: Here I have to emphasize that these ancient groups are not identical with today’s political units with the same names, but are the witnesses of the beginnings of our human evolution according to the above grouping. Their word-roots signal the quality of their environment (hill, mountain, or watery, etc. regions), the foods and objects of their sustenance, but before anything else, the name of God in their own vocabulary. The name of the Lord of All was always monosyllabic, like the word Ég for the Magyars. The name of the Sun god, who participated in creation, was always bi-consonantal, like the Magyar Mag, Lord of the Seeds. These concepts were carried bydifferent consonants according to their own organic connection with the world, but everyone understood these words, names and language.


The life and language of our Magyar ancestors developed at the time of the evolution of human life, according to the possibilities of the territories in which they lived within the Carpathian Basin, and it is from here that their further development can be observed too. For this reason, each of these ethnic groups carried with them the bases of a certain occupation, influenced by their geographic location. After continuing this occupation, holding on to the same culture and language, it also became part of their DNA. It is for this reason that, if we want to learn from what kind of an ancient past a certain people emerged, what their talents were, based upon this early beginning, we have to look for their ancient ethnic roots. This can be easily achieved with the help of the ancient ethnic linguistic map developed by Adorján Magyar almost a hundred years ago. Consequently, our question should never be, to what race or language family this or another people belong. The valid question is: which ancient ethnic components are part and parcel of their development?

When the time came for some of them to leave the ancient homeland of their development, the entire nation did not leave, only a part of a few ethnic groups. Such migrations usually came about by the pressures of overpopulation or geographic, and climatic conditions. When they reached new territories, their original organic language use became modified, but they took along the spiritual and mental treasures which they had acquired during their human development, and their physical characteristics, since they were embedded in their DNA.

The linguistic traits of these ancient ethnic groups (I am using ethnic for lack of a word which describes the concept of őstörzs – lit. ancient stock -- closer) goes deeper then in the surrounding Indo-European languages. Without striving toward a full explanation, I will mention only some essential differences between the two, the ones that are missing from the non-Magyar languages.

  1. The law of reciprocity of words
  2. The difference between ancient nature words and culture words is not taken into consideration when trying to find language relatives, even though without these the source of transference cannot be established.
  3. The role of vowels in modulating feminine and masculine concepts
  4. The word-root is ignored even though it carries within itself the topography of the region where the language developed, the possibilities therein, which, when it sends out roots, will develop the organic language, which is in contact with its environment.
  5. The word-root reflects the occupation of people within their environment
  6. The topography determines the circumstances of its society
    1. the peaceful, settled, creation oriented society of the Mag (seed) people.
    2. the wandering, fighting life of the ones who adhere to the Kun/Hun principle.
    3. the Szemere society’s evolution which is created between two foci.

I will just mention these three basic culture forming principles and practices.

These ancient beginnings formed and balanced the characteristics of their DNA which can still be found and used as a guide toward a fulfilled life.

If we want to learn to know the people of a country, or their language, we have to familiarize ourselves with their ancient ethnic (őstörzsi) components with the help of their vocabulary. We ask ourselves: Which came from the ancient ethnic groups which are represented in their language, to what extent, and which ethnic group left the most significant trace? Here are some examples one can find in the English language through some of the following words:

Szemere (sun, son, summer, etc.) – the words of shine, light
Palóc (love, life, lip, liver, etc.) – words of the soul, life, flutter
Avar (bur, burgh, brown, etc.) – material strongholds
Besenyő (water, base, basket, beauty, etc.) – a watery beginning, beauty
Kun (cane, canal, candle, stb.) – masculine concepts of forging ahead

Summing up the ancient word roots within a language, one can establish which are a people’s natural gifts, inclinations and talents were preserved, and what future can be built based upon these talents. Considering that agricultural societies possess the basis of a peaceful development and, for this reason, their material surplus permits them to spread beyond their borders and discover new lands, so maybe one can find the traces of the peaceful, agricultural Szemere most often and the peaceful, new empires which were built resting on these ideals. Contrary to the Magyar mag (round seed, kernel) philosophy of life, the oval base of the Szemere (like a grain of wheat) has two foci, which permitted them to develop a focus in their homeland within the Carpathians and another one in any of the given territories at a distance from their homeland. There they developed new empires, but their society always remained in organic contact with their base culture by sending groups of people to renew their connection with their origins. I may liken this process to the present day immigrants who like to go and visit their roots on other continents or countries, with the difference, that these visits now are on an individual scale, while in the above example, large groups of people took to the roads to return home.

Today we ask frequently: Why was I born? What is my task in this life? Individuals and societies labor with this question. The ancient heritage can give us a satisfactory answer which also brings happiness to the seekers. Armed with this knowledge all people can arrange their affairs with more wisdom, based upon the ancient images locked within their DNA. In this way, every people can find themselves within their own past with the help of this ancient language and when people find similar ancient traits in one another, a good basis for brotherhood is also assured.

In the past the existence of an amphibian humanity was ridiculed but it is now considered as a reality by science. For example: Mitch Sogin, a biologist at the Massachusetts Woods Hole Marine Biology lab, startled the scientific world recently, when he announced that his genetic research proves that the basis of animal life is to be found among the sponges. He found in the DNA of sponges the gene that is common to all animals. He came to the conclusion, that the sponge was the first animal to contain in its DNA the possibility of a developing life.“ “All animals follow the same blueprint” – from the simplest organism to man. (Transl.: S.T.)

One of the strongest witnesses to our ancient presence in the Carpathian Basin is our independent writing. In the great job of resurrecting this writing, Adorján Magyar was among the first dedicated people. These days, it is Klára Friedrich and her husband Gábor Szakács research scientists and dedicated teachers who achieve splendid results under very difficult circumstances. Adorján Magyar – interestingly – found the strongest validation of our ancestral presence among the numerical runic signs. Even though the Etruscan numerical signs mostly correspond with the Magyar signs, they do not follow the ancient hand/finger based pattern.

Editor's note: The origional Hungarian version of this excerpt also appeared in Magyarságtudományi füzetek, vol. 13, Budapest, 2011. (below)


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