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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Sacred Script of Neolithic Europe and Ancient China

Learning from Ancient Chinese Symbols, Sound Frequencies, Ancient Greek and Phenician Alphabet Tuesday 18 June 2019 at 1:27 pm

Ancient Chinese Philosophy within Neolithic   and 

by Nataša Pantović

Any discussion of early writing brings up the question of what IS writing? The Western civilizations' researcher will all agree that writing is a way of presenting language using alphabetic, i.e. phonetic symbols. Based on sound, rather that an image, individual letters or syllables represent this sound. The Eastern civilizations' researcher, that had various ways of writing since 5,000 BC would see symbols as writings.

 Oracle bone from the reign of King Wu Ding (late Shang dynasty), 5,000 BC 

Oracle bone from the reign of King Wu Ding (late Shang dynasty)

Oracle bone from the reign of King Wu Ding (late Shang dynasty) 5,000 BC 

Finding “the language of the s” based on Root Sounds or Vibrations of the Universe, in a mission of discovering this speach of the Universe, could help a man understand a meaning of a language without ever studying it. Wouldn’t that be just amazing! A man’s mind is both consciously and subconsciously capable of hearing these sounds and matching them with a symbol. For example the Arabic "Ra", connects us with the sound of Sun, as much as “Ma” connects us with the symbol of a Mother.

Also Check The Tao of Logos

Magic of Uniting Visible and Invisible Learning from Amorites 2,000 BC

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Mysticism or Magic in Art of Dali

Tuesday 28 May 2019 at 09:49 am

Learning about sub- and from Jung and Dali

by Nataša Pantović

Within us we carry a kind of artistic memory which transcends cultures, the national borders and the limitation of time, and space, it is a type of a psychological inheritance of humanity.

Jung suggests that if an individual is able to integrate the unconscious ideas into the conscious activity and understanding, this idea acts as the muse of ancient Greek mythology; guiding, and inspiring the artist to create artworks of great power and complexity, giving us spectators a great insighinto human nature.

Within my journeys, whenever I encountered the art works of Dali, whether in Tate museum in London, Dali's museum in Barcelona, Spain or in Venice, I would stop in Wonder.

Voluptas Mors or Voluptuous / Desirable Death, 7 Women forming a human skull for Salvador Dali’s 1951 photo-shoot

Voluptas Mors or Voluptuous / Desirable Death, 7 Women forming a human skull for Salvador Dali’s 1951 photo-shoot

check also Mysticism and Magic

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The Oldest European Town dated 9,000 BC

Monday 27 May 2019 at 3:36 pm

by Nataša Pantović Amazon Link

In the course of human evolution, people learned to live together, first in small isolated groups, than in larger communities and some of the societies became civilizations. Now, I can bet that you did not know that the first European town-settlement was Lepenski Vir now dated to 9,500 BC. You might say, Plovdiv, in Bulgaria - 6000 BC. Plovdiv is by far the oldest city in Europe, having been founded about 6000 BC... Or Athens, in Greece with its first settlement dating to 3000 BC.

Or perhaps Lepenski Vir, dated to 9,500 BC to 6,000 BC.

The Oldest European Town Lepenski Vir Sculpture
 

The Oldest European Town Lepenski Vir Sculpture

I am now talking about the real cultures, unlike the ones that are only within our mythology, such as Atlantis. Going back to the very cradle of civilization we find:

The Persian civilization and the Ancient Greek Civilization during the period: 2700 BC– 200 AC

Of course, there is Ancient China, it was around 2700 BC that the legendary Yellow Emperor began his rule, The Mayan Civilization, 2600 BC – 900 AC that flourished in Central America. According to them, the world was created on August 11, 3,114 BC, the date from which their calendar begins. So not even they could imagine a culture that is as old as 6,000 BC.

The Indus Valley Civilization, covers the period of 3300 BC–1900 BC. Along with Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia, it was one of three early civilizations of the ancient world. The peak phase of this civilization was from 2600 BC to around 1900 BC. A sophisticated and technologically advanced urban culture is evident in the Indus Valley civilization. The Mesopotamian Civilization, from around 3300 BC to 750 BC is where civilized society truly began to take shape. They prospered in the regions of modern day Iraq, then known as Babylonia, Sumer, and the Assyria Highlands.

When you speak of anything earlier you get really excited if you find a skeleton dated some 1,000s of years or a cave with arts that goes back a 1,000 of years. The time-line of the Megalithic cultures in Europe, known for constructing the megalithic temples are 3,600 BC: in Malta (Ġgantija and Mnajdra temples); 3,000 BC: Constructions of Ħaġar Qim and Tarxien, and 2,800 BC: Construction of Stonehenge in the UK.

Each civilization contributed to our and subconscious development in many ways: with new inventions, art, philosophies, lifestyles, etc. From the very cradle of civilization to our children, who we are, is the result of all our learnings.

This relatively recent archaeological finding became extremely interesting when we place the time frame to the settlement and we realise that we are not in the middle of discovery of 1 cave or 1 wall or 1 house but a settlement of 136 homes.

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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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