Forbidden archaeology

Learning from Slavs and Ancient Neolithic Europe Friday 13 September 2019 at 5:19 pm

Researching Russion / Serbian Forbidden Neolithic Archeology

Symbols and Signs Research by Nataša Pantović

In our wish to relate to omnipotent, omniscience, and omnipresence , we use , music or poetry to express. since Ratio has no unobstructed pathways towards . The mysticism as a life-long research and devotion to God through beauty (Reconsidering Transcendence in Art), is within all the art works and temple structures of our very distant relatives. It is not just beauty that surrounds them but their deep mystical connection to the sound, symbols and mini universes represented in each sound / word.

Mystical Prayer

Ancient European Megalithic Dolmen near the Zhane river 4000 BC

Ancient European Megalithic Dolmen near the Zhane river 4000 BC

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Ancient Egypt Rosetta Stone

about Soul and Sounds from Female Shamans of Ancient Greece Friday 12 July 2019 at 1:13 pm

Ancient Egypt Sound Č (of Grčka or Greece, mačka or cat, China, or Chill, or Tao Te Ching) Frequencies

Symbols and Signs Research by Nataša Pantović

Researching Ancient Egyptian 3 scripts (hieroglyphs, the sound based Egyptian, and Ancient Greek) in Rosetta Stone

Took me ages but couldn't resist, going through the sounds, images, symbols, one by one, comparing three ancient scripts of the most amazing Rosetta Stone!!!

The Rosetta Stone basalt slab from Fort Saint-Julien Egypt 196 BCE in the British Museum London

The Rosetta Stone Basalt Slab from Egypt 196 BC in the British Museum, London, UK

Seeing the Rossetta Stone online, I went into the exploration of the sound Č, the most amazing hidden H, of our beloved sacred / secret Ya-Ho-Wa story The God Vibration.

A starting point for understanding our ancestors ancient is that according to our sages, the Human (Čovek in Slavic) is the meeting place of Heaven and Earth, for many represented as the number 10, symbolically depicted as the cross, and during the journey to the enlightenment going back towards God, or Theos...

On this journey of Tao sent forth by Chi as the three folded manifestation of frequencies through the methaphysics of sounds. The Tao of Logos was lost within the Mystery of Babylon Tower for some of the generations, yet for the researchers who wish to demistify the magic and explore esotheric teachings, here we go again...

Going back many thousands of years, we find that some of our wise ancesors mastered the magic of sound and its frequencies, creating extra-ordinary using the sacred symbols, expressing cosmic, universal, conscious and subconsciousness concepts of and giving us a possibility to learn the philosophy of their time.

Ancient Egypt, you must have guessed, at the centre of Mediterranean, where some wise sages believed that our souls pulsate with the rhythm of magic - HK was the name given to this magic = H as the frequency of Supreme God that expresses IT-SelF through every single individual soul or Ka. Ka / Ba, our soul, they believed has many parts. One of them is the physical body, the spiritual body, the name identity, the personality, the double, the heart, the shadow, the power, and the ꜣḫ finally, that is the symbol used for the soul of the dead once it has completed the transition through the afterlife. How deep and complex the Theology of our ancients was, and how much we can all learn, exploring its secrets. 

H aDaM and the Magic of Sound

Just about the same time, within Genesis or Old Testament, better known as the Old Bible we find the creation myth written as:

H aDaM

Following sacred H through the esoteric studies of our priests, and sacred books, reading it as the Sound of God, we get a beautiful undistorted translation of this phrase to be:

H has created D and M

H (as the name of God) creates:

D as the Male principle, the YanG of consciousness manifestation, creating sounds of D, TH, G, B or R (Dio, Theo, Bog, Beauty, Ben as Chinese for White, Brahma, God, or Ra) and

M as the Female, left, Yin manifestation of the Life force. M that is the first element, water, with the moon as its symbol, M that is MLKVTH, the first on Earth or the last in Heaven, the 10th Sphere of the Tree of Life, symbolically presented as the Eye of Horus in Ancient Egypt.

The Bible uses the word אָדָם (aDaM) in all of its senses: collectively as the mankind, (Genesis 1:27), gender non-specific as "man and woman" together as in Genesis 5:1-2, as for a male or in the collective sense, and the interplay between the individual "Adam" and the collective "humankind", After the creation, the context of sex is absent; the gender distinction of "adam" is reinforced later when defining "male and female".

To our ancestors FiSH would have been a sacred animal given by Gods to all of the nations, so within various languages we find: RiBa (in Slavic), PeZ in Spanish, HuT in Arabic, all expressing the Gift from GoD. Our ancestors saw ReD as the sacred female colour so we got CRVeN (in Slavic), HoNG in Chinese, HaMRA in Arabic. 

Within many different traditions, we hear our priests narrating the same story. We find the same symbols combined within the Ancient Chinese MinG that is the merge of Ri for Sun and Yue for Moon, meaning = Bright, or in the Ancient Egyptian creation myth within AmoN Ra.

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21 Symbols Stamps of Neolithic European Archeological Findings

Neolithic Wisdom Symbols and Sound Frequences of Balkan Barberians 6,000 BC Sunday 30 June 2019 at 2:08 pm

Neolithic European , and Sound Frequences found in 21 Sounds within our Languages

Symbols and Signs Research by Nataša Pantović

Around one hundred years ago, at the Nuzi site of northern Babylon, an egged shaped envelope with forty nine pebbles inscribed with Cuneiform inscription describing the herd of goats and lambs, was found. We now only have the record of the archaeologist Schmandt-Bessart describing the excavation published in 1992. It wasn't until much later that the Archaeologists of our little planet have challenged the description of the pebbles and symbols found on the site. In the eighties, identical small clay artefacts were found at Near Eastern Neolithic sites. Archeological Findings of Neolithic Europe,

01 Fragment of a clay vessel with an M-shaped incision Neolithic Europe Vinča Serbia Danube 5,300 BC

Fragment of a clay vessel with an M-shaped incision Neolithic Europe Vinča Serbia Danube 5,300 BC

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Mystical Prayer

Learning from St. John and Dionysius 500 AC Monday 20 May 2019 at 11:54 am

Learning from St. John and Dionysius 500 AC

by Nataša Pantović

Dionysius, a Syrian monk who in 500 AC, has devoted his life and research to our Mother Philosophy and her Sister Theosophy, in his noble attempt to unite Neo-Platonic Philosophical thought and Christianity with its mystical experience of or . Known only by his pseudonym, Dionysius, he wrote a series of Greek treatises and for this work he was loved and respected by many. Not able to prove his true name, many a historian and researcher have gone back to his writings, and as it usually is some have tried to claim the supremacy of his thought, either by plainly copying his concepts or by calling themselves by his-own name.

A large segment of researchers of medieval Christian spirituality do agree with his research and conclusions. For further info check his book: “On the Divine Names”, “On the Celestial Hierarchy”, and “On Mystical Theology”.

God’s transcendence or its divinity is essentially experienced as the pair of opposites: grace and judgment, being and non-being, time and eternity.

St. Teresa of Avila 1515-1582 Christian mystic about meditation
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Leonardo da Vinci's Leda with Swan Mystical Knowledge

Mesopotamia Gods and their Ancient Wisdom Thursday 17 January 2019 at 1:32 pm

Ancient Worlds Teachings from Leonardo da Vinci's - Leda with Swan

by Nataša Pantović

During 1505-1510, in Florence, Leonardo da Vinci paints his Leda with the Swan, with the motif of a natural landscape untouched by a human hand, depicting Leda and her lover, the Swan, Zeus disguised, the father of the s.

I was surprised to see the same Leda in Leonardo’s Madonna of the Rocks as a mystical metaphor for Mary.

Playing with our subconscious and using his art to awaken deep emotions, painting with contrasting colors, this genius indirectly tells us where our attraction comes from, and what is our  connecting with, why is Light so important for us...

Leda with Swans Leonardo da Vinci 1510

Leda with Swans Leonardo da Vinci 1510

Leda as Venus and our Concept of Beauty

Leda has exaggerated curves, as antique statues of Venus had, linking with our subconscious concept of love, a perfect youthful face, with a long pointed nose and no eyebrows, no wrinkles, totally symmetrical, surrounded with gold and sparkles, the body that shines with light, pointing at her children, hatching from eggs.

The original of the painting is lost, probably deliberately destroyed, and was last recorded in the French royal Court in 1625. However the picture is known from many copies, of which the earliest is probably the Spiridon Leda, now in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence.

Madonna of the Rocks by Leonardo

The same Leda was depicted in Leonardo’s symbolism as metaphors for Mary.

A perfect face far too young to be a mother, removed from all the shades of childbirth or motherhood suffering, with the hair-style that you find only in a carefully straightened, with lots of trouble contained curly hair, surely never used in a “staple” condition of Jesus’ birth, with a chubby, happy, content, over-sized baby, awakening “oh, how sweeet” emotional reaction within us, with no “suffering” faces of all ages to remind us that Life is a Struggle.

Madonna and child Jesus with the infant John the Baptist and an angel, in a rocky setting

Leonardo Da Vinci Vergine delle Rocce Louvre Paris

Leonardo Da Vinci Vergine delle Rocce Louvre Paris

This painting is known as Madonna of the Rocks. The earlier version is in The Louvre in Paris and the latter one is in the National Gallery, in London. Both are nearly 2 meters high and painted in oils on wooden panel.

Age of Enlightenment in Venice and Sandro Botticelli’s Venus

Coming from the same city Venice, just a bit earlier (1445 – 1510) we find Sandro Botticelli’s Venus equally entrancing. Some years back, even though this was not my conscious intention, when I visited the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, I just could not get out of the room of where the Botticelli’s Venus was and even though I consciously wished to pay respect to other Masters within the same Gallery, I had to return to silence and divine expansion experienced watching Venus’s adventures.

the-birth-of-venus-Botticelli four elements within birth of Venus

Birth of Venus, Sandro Botticelli 1482, in Uffizi Gallery in Florence

“For primitive man… His country is neither a geographical nor a political entity. It is that territory which contains his mythology, his religion, all his thinking and feeling in so far as he is unconscious of these functions… Primitive man is un-psychological. Psychic happenings take place outside him in an objective way. Even the things he dreams about are real to him…”

Jung, Lecture, Archaic Man, Collected Works, Civilization in Transition

Don’t you find Mythology to be the most fascinating science? Passed through pictures, like the ancient Egyptian spirituality, whether Christians, Muslims or Hindus, Taoist, Jews, Atheists or Buddhists, our scientists, applied psychologists and researchers, always followed their inner-most drive for goodness as their souls’ quest, no matter what their have chosen as their personal growth system. While in Malta I was graced to meet some of the most inspiring Catholic Priests, father George for example, helped my adoption journey introducing me to Sister’s Luganda’s Ethiopian orphanage, both of them around 60, still following the path of Jesus helping poor within their missions!

Back in the day, by around the 2000 BC to 700 BC, Mesopotamia was ruled by Amorites, the Amorites (/ˈæməˌraɪts/; Sumerian MAR.TU; Egyptian Amar; Hebrew אמורי ʼĔmōrī; Ancient Greek: Ἀμορραῖοι) established Babylon as their largest city. The term Amurru in Sumerian texts refers to both them and to their principal deity. It was the largest city in the world (10 square km), the first city to reach a population above 200,000 people.

Back in the day, their ancient wisdom was passed to us, their ancestors, through pictures on the temples’ walls or vases. So, the whole world of mythological creatures was a gift of conscious and unconscious learnings and some exceptionally talented scientists of the last 200 years devoted their lives to translate these works. When I for the first time held the 16th century book of Plato, in an attempt to closer examine the Old Greeks writingssince it is closer to the way we express our thoughts, I was completely intrigued by the book! It was TINY!!!! Since there was no printing press, his books were just a few A6 pages long.

So when we read “1,000s of Greek boats sailed across the sea to battle a monster…” we call it a myth, a mixture of truth and reality, yet ancient Greeks or Egyptians never drew an image of 1,000 boats, but two indicating “many”, and they drew a monster not necessarily because they believed in monsters but perhaps to warn us against a more advanced enemy that uses fire as weapon, or they encountered a disease sent by Gods – a type of madness perhaps for drinking salty waters, etc... How deeply words get lost in translation! If you wish to explore any subject further, I encourage you my dear consciousness researcher to follow the original research of our ancestors trusting their wisdom inspired logic, going back to the ancient Egyptian paintings and Greek paintings for guideline. Trust me, our brains are no better nor worse than our ancestors’, we just live surrounded by different set of circumstances, and we may or may not use the opportunity to learn from their wisdom inspired knowledge.

Apollo was the God of healing, music and poetry, but also of oracles. Is this a message to use poetry, and music while talking to Gods?

Hermes was the God of travelers and thieves and he played lyre, a bit like our Gypsis…

 Mystical Christianity Alpha and Omega

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