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An excerpt of my Magura cave paintings study

ноември 1, 2014

The study started in 2008 after my first visit to the paintings. It was obvious there that all the paintings contained the same set of elements and were „produced“ on the same symbolic base. An order of the shape was emerging from the fictitious chaos of images. I accepted the task to find and understand the order of the paintings and till now I have come to many strange but completely logical conclusions.

There are some 700 paintings in Magura [magura] cave. Some of them are separate and the others are organized in scenes. The organization in scenes is very important because a scene means and is a meaningful understanding of the relations between elements, therefore it is a massage that tells a story or delivers some knowledge. It is understandable that scenes are not a product of random depiction. Even more, we can clearly see that these scenes are barely related to literal and everyday life because they consist of symbols. Thus we know that the scenes aim at transmitting knowledge to us.

Here are a few examples of the paintings:

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„Слънчевият“ календар

Сцената на човешката история

Сцената на човешката история

Символи. Събрани от цялата галерия и от всяка сцена

Символи. Събрани от цялата галерия и от всяка сцена

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all forces small

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See the most complete set of Magura paintings HERE.

The name of the cave

At first, the research was about the name of the cave – Magura. We know that names give the most important information about things so we should know the meaning of the name if we are to convey a complete study. A few explanations can be given:

1. The standard one – Bulgarian academism of socialism era states that the name originates from Romanian language where magura means a hill. Magura cave is indeed located inside a hill known as Rabisha hill and is located close to the Bulgarian border with Romania so it is easy to suppose that the name is a Romanian influence due to historical issues. Even more, there are hundreds of toponyms Magura along all Romania. So, it is really easy to suppose and accept this explanation.

This explanation has been adopted for decades and is now a part of the official discourse in the cave.

It contains some omissions. The name Magura as a toponym is found mostly all along the Balkan peninsula but in Central and Western Europe as well. Then, the name Magura is found in Northern Africa, Bangladesh, India, China, Japan. It is clear that all this can not be influenced by Romanian language.

Something more, the word magura is vanishing from Romanian language – it is a very old word that is no more in use but has only remained as a toponym which may indicate that the word magura had been inherited.

It is more reasonable that the cave had the original name Magura in the very deep past. Because of the very important paintings inside it, it had long been an important cult, ritual and educational center right in the middle of the Balkan peninsula. It is located in Rabisha hill and therefore this was the most important hill. Therefore all other hills along the Balkan peninsula were called maguras. This fits the real disposition of the toponym – the highest concentration is in the middle of the peninsula and is smoothly reduced by moving away. Most of all it seems that different areas of ancient Magura impact were thus formed. As we are going to see later, Magura was most probably an ancient university which used to spread knowledge through its disciples. Therefore most disciples went to the closest areas. The further the the territory was located, the less the number of the disciples and the weaker influence.

Later on, there were „the Thracian“ people on the Balkan peninsula who should had inherited earlier Magura knowledge and culture. Therefore Bulgarians, as Thracian inheritors have the word могила [mogila] which means a hill, but not a common one. A mogila is a hill that contains a tomb or a sanctuary inside it – just as the much more ancient Magura model. The words Mogila and Magura have the same construction and the same meaning that shows the same origin. Therefore all Romania is covered with maguras and all Bulgaria is covered with mogilas. It is obvious that it is and used to be one and the same thing, most logically originating from a more ancient culture – Magura culture. Even more, Bulgarians are said to have come from Asia, which is a thesis formed and established under the pressure of Greeks, USSR and their doctrines – in those times Bulgarian academism was forced to conform with the Russian doctrine and numbers of lies about Bulgarian history were created, adopted and established. Nowadays Bulgarian scientists begin to forsake this approach and we consider the numerous evidences that we have always lived on Balkan peninsula. Therefore „the first Bulgarian state“ „was established“ on the present territory of present Romania and Bugarian influence there has long been so powerful that a very large part of Romanian language is indeed Bulgarian language. This is the same about personal names and toponyms. In addition, it is known that Romanians are in a way ancestors of the destroyed Dacians, who were a part of Thracian tribes.

If we go this way, we can suggest that Romanians and Bulgarians are direct descendants of a culture which had inherited Magura culture. Therefore present Romanian territory was pretty wonted for Bulgarians and their „first state“. We see a line leading to understanding how come magura word and toponym is found all along Romania but is vanishing from the language – just because the word has never been Romanian but it had been inherited. It also leads us to understanding how come all Bulgaria is covered with mogilas and why we should not accept the explanation of the Romanian origin of the word and name Magura.

Now we should move to the ancient origin of Magura word.

My research shows other possible solutions, all of them meaningfull at the same time:

2. We can use the logic of ancient word creation – by syllables where every syllable is a complete word with its meaning. There we have the Babylon word mag which means an educated and skilled person. The syllable ur comes from Sumerian and means a place or a town. We have Ur, Uruk, Nippur and Shuruppak – the first known cities in human history. Thus we know that Mag-Ur means the city or the place of the educated or the school, the university.

In Bulgarian language, we have the verb мога [moga] which means I can and can be somehow considered the base of the word могила [mogila]. A mag is an educated and skilled person who can. In Russian the verb is я могу [ya magu].

3. We can separate the word Magura in another way – Ma-Gur. Magur is the first known name of the Ark which was used to save human and animals during the Flood. In Sumerian Ma is the name of the Goddess of mind (in Magura this is one of the three aspects of Goddess-mother) and Gur means an offspring.

Magura paintings show that people were created by the Goddess-mother thus being her offspring.

Now we know that Black sea formed through a flood-like process which pushed many people away from their places of living. Thus a large amount of people with their culture ran from Balkan peninsula to the Middle East forming the Sumerian civilization and its language. Therefore Ma and Gur came from the Balkans and from Magura culture. Later they returned to the Balkans thus looking as if Magura word came from Babylon and Sumer.

4. Then we can separate the word this way: Ma-Gura which means the Goddess of mind – the Teacher. Magura paintings depict one of the three aspects of the Goddess-mother as the Teacher.

6The symbol T over its head means mind and is related to knowledge and education. There is the flame in the creature’s right hand which has been later converted into a torch which is the symbol of enlightenment.

In Romanian language the word gura means a mouth and in Bulgarian we had the word уста [usta] (mouth) which used to mean a master or a teacher. Guru means a teacher, a master.

5. And there is one more explanation, based on Robert Morning sky’s researches on extraterrestrial origin of basic human words. He states that the syllable Ma means the queen of Orion empire in her aspect of mother and birth. Then the syllable Ur when it is a suffix means the first of all, the most important. The combination Ma-Ur means the mother of all which is exactly the same what Magura paintings say about Goddess-mother and the name confirms it.

A publication on this topic in Bulgarian

Lies of the socialism

Socialism in Bulgaria and the Eastern block was based on materialism, Darwinism and the Russian striving to become „the father“ of „Slavic“ people. Therefore researches used to be very crooked and intentional. An example is that most books published in Bulgaria in those times had an introduction which tried to explain why and how the books confirmed the socialistic ideas and regiment. The same was done with Magura cave. As no confirmation could be found in the paintings, a story of a group of partisans was created and assigned to a part of the cave. Looking at the very part makes it clear that there was no way for the story to be true. Therefore we can suggest that most if not all socialistic interpretations of Magura and its paintings were intentional and distorted.

The age of the paintings

Different authors and researches state different ages of the paintings ranging from 14 000 to about 3 000 years. Some of them assume even 40 000 years for the oldest paintings.

Direct dating is merely impossible due to unknown age of guano in the moment of the painting and the possible later layers over the original paintings.

Academism is also afraid of abstract conceptions in very deep past and tends to divide the paintings in groups of age stating that the simplest of them are older and that the most symbolic and complex ones are newer. Therefore academism needs the paintings to have been created over a very large span of time.

The paintings themselves have a whole and thorough sense and idea and clearly show that they were depicted at once as a whole project. When?

My reading of the age is based on the painting themselves as the most important source of knowledge – we should assume that Magura culture said it.

"Слънчевият" календар

„Слънчевият“ календар

The two points in the Sun represent many senses at the same time and one of them is the era Second Sun which started some 14 600 years ago. We now live in the beginning of the Sixth Sun. Therefore I assume the paintings were created some 14 600 years ago. This assumption makes sense in another scene which is a kind of test of its fidelity.

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This is the Scene of human history where we see a tape with boxes. The tape starts to the right and develops to the left – this is direction of reading of Magura paintings.

Conditions of the depiction

As there was no development of the cave – no lights, no stairs, paths and parapets, the cave was dangerous. The paintings were depicted some 350 meters deep in the cave and getting to the place was hard – wet, slippery and sharp stones were at every step.

There was a settlement in the beginning of the cave, where artifacts date from 40 000 to 3 000 years. On this base scientists state that the paintings should have been created by those inhabitants and this is the way they age the paintings. Scientist sometimes state that the paintings were developed evolutionary as the fist of them were just touchings with dirty hands on the walls of the cave. But there is not a single sign of any paintings in the area of the settlement. All paintings are depicted in a specially chosen gallery located some 300 meters deeper in the cave with no signs of the paintings’ evolution over time.

Getting to the gallery was hard and dangerous. But this is the only dry gallery which is an important condition for the paintings’ conservation for a very long time. Then this is the only part of the cave with no signs of earthquake destruction which is another important condition for the preservation. And in the end, the gallery with the painting has one natural opening in its bottom but this opening has been closed so no wind can go through the gallery. The changes in the conditions would help destroy the paintings faster. Now this gallery is the warmest with constant temperature about 13 degrees while the temperature in the rest of the cave is about 11 degrees. This can show when the opening was closed if it can be calculated how fast the cave has been cooling down due to outside air passing through it.

It is obvious that the gallery was specially chosen with the aim to create the paintings so they should last. With no other paintings anywhere else in the cave and the danger to get to the gallery we can assume that the depiction aimed at transmitting knowledge to future generations. This is contrary to academic understanding that the paintings have been created over a very large time span with no certain idea and just by adding new paintings where there were free walls. This academic idea can not explain how and why all paintings have the same style over such a large time span and how and why they tell one thorough story in this case. It is obvious that this explanation is fabricated.

Such risk and efforts to create the paintings can be explained only with an important purpose – the one of transmitting some message.

The three origins of the paintings

It took me almost two years to understand the order inside the paintings. They appear chaotic, but with a very important feature – all they look alike and it is clearly perceptible that there is some way in which every single painting derives from the others or participates in their formation.

What I did was to draw the most similar paintings in groups and thus I saw three groups. Then I ordered the paintings in every group from the most complex to the most simple ones. Thus I saw that there were three origins and every origin had its basic depiction – a basic symbol.

Then, the three origins interact with each other and create new and more complex paintings, if we go from inside out – its like the process of birth, creation, complication, evolution, materialization. If we go from outside in, the paintings become more simple and elementary just like turning back to the origins of creation or returning to God.

There are three origins:

– spirit, power, force,energy;

– mind, soul, construction;

– body, space, place, possibility.

The origin of the spirit is the Sun. It emits 54 types of spirit or tones – these are the male symbols. Then a scene shows the creation of female spirit types (27 types). The female spirit types are created on the base of the male ones. The male types originate from the rays of the Sun, i.e. the ribs of the man as the Sun and the energy are male. Then the Goddess-other uses one of the rays or ribs and thus creates a female spirit type.

Thus, we have 108 symbols of spirit (54 male, 27 female and 27 other) and 54 humanlike figures – 27 male and 27 female. Magura paintings reveal how human soul and spirit are created and developed and then – how the body comes to existence as a result of spirit and soul materialization. This is why all the figures share the same base – it is the base that is developed and materialized.

The divine origin

triple goddess Ma

triple goddess Ma

A post about the divine origin in English

„The paintings from Magura have a feature that fills me with respect to the mind that created them. They are not numerous repetitions of the same thing, but totally contrary – there are not two uniform painting. At the same time the symbols are similar. The careful look reveals that every single figure has at least one, or in other cases more than one figures, from which it originates through combinations and/or modifications.
The outermost part of the paintings gallery holds the most realistic images – of people, animals and life scenes. Getting deeper into the gallery the paintings become more abstract and symbolic.
The search for the origins of every single figure leads to the conclusion that all the figures have three initial origins.“

„The picture above shows beings (their number is three), sitting in yoga-like postures. Out of any doubt, this is an evidence of highly developed intelligence and spirituality and also for the concentration on the realization of a goal. These beings are painted in the bottom of the gallery, from where you can only start but can not go deeper – this is the beginning. A string leads out of the head of every being and connects it to some object, placed high over them. These objects are diamond-shaped and are more horizontal than vertical. The string may be the connection to the skies which reveals their origin – heavenly. So, they could be aliens. Bu they could also be samadhi and the strings could be the silver threads that connect their bodies with their souls. It this case their souls reside in heaven being connected to the divine. Or these paintings could show angels, sent by God to start a beginning. In any case these three figures are the intellectual, ideal, spiritual origin of all the paintings in the cave.
Note well that their bodies are oval and are connected to the Earth through sitting on it and that they all have elongated connection to the heavenly object over them. These features are transmitted into a whole group of schematic figures that also mean the Moon in its phases.“

If we stylize the shapes of the Goddess-mothers (the three creatures) we will get a circle with a T going through and over it – the first symbol in the strip below.

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The rest of the symbols derive from it and clearly show that there are certain strips of shape development in Magura, all of them deriving from a single origin. Here we see that the symbol T is a very important symbolic base.

„It is obvious that all of them possess a T-shaped part that means the connection to the divine. I suppose that this is the origin of Tao, Tau and Teo (in Western culture Theo – Theology). Some of the paintings represent T with small figures under it – supposedly some kind of prayers to the gods. The conclusion is that T is the divine symbol and also means the connection to the divine.
The circle represents the place – it might be a storage, accumulator, space – in which things take place – the divine „signal“ is „processed“ inside there. Thus, for example, the division into two parts is a kind of categorization – „good and evil“, „light and darkness“, „skies and waters“ and so on.
These symbols are subsequently combined with others that originate from the other two origins and thus reveal the entire process of creation and especially the creation of mankind. I think that the three figures and their derivatives are the words „Let there be light“.
Some of the derivative figures are very similar to the Bulgarian letters Ф (f) and Б (b). In the same time they represent the Moon and one of its names in Feba.“

The origin of the force

The origin of the force (the impulse) in Magura paintings

„The second of the three origins, represented in Magura paintings, is the one of the force, the power, the motion, the spirit, the energy. This is the „substance“ that realizes the mental constructions.“

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„The painting of the Sun contains the figure that is extracted to the right (this is the rib that is extracted from the man – the male origin of force and is converted to the female symbol). The two points inside it represent two objects that interact with one another. As s result a powerful radiation is produced. Indeed, thermonuclear synthesis is taking place inside the Sun in which two hydrogen nuclei participate in fusion and produce one helium nucleus. This process is accompanied by the emitting of powerful energies in the form of radiation.
So, the extracted figure represents the source of powers. It is obvious that the rest of the figures in this group have similar features – they are also different types of emitters or the powers themselves. These figures take a large part of all the paintings. It is completely natural to be so, because existing things can not contain only ideas, but they need also vibration to „bring life“ to them. And vibration is produced by powers that insert the necessary amounts of energy.
From this point of view it is quite obvious that the circles and the rest of the enclosed parts of the figures symbolize the place in which things happen. The analysis of the human-shaped figures reveals that the belt-like horizontal line indicates that the figure is female. Is it possible in this case that some of the shown figures to be considered as uterus (womb) where two objects interact? The similarity in their shape and the shape of the uterus is amazing. The rest of the figures are male and can be considered as male sex organs.
Up to now I have not found any field of the modern and of the ancient knowledge that can not be fully interpreted with the help of the shapes and the interactions of Magura paintings. Is it possible that some 12 000 years ago somebody knew all these things? It appears not only to be possible, but completely true. And the most impressive is that these people achieved to write down the whole knowledge only with a small number of symbols – the least number. These are the universal words that can be read truly in any field of knowledge – according the way we read them.“

The origin of space

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The chess-like fields represent space. In some of the scenes they mean time measured in days – this is also a dimension of space.

Some of the fields have their opposite – with the same number of boxes but arranged in the opposite way. The biggest length is 18 boxes and the biggest height is 6 boxes so that the virtual utmost number of boxes in one field is 108 which is an important number in Magura cave paintings.

The number 108

The number 108 can be represented in this way: 108 = 00х11х22х33

It means a combination of elements and possibilities.

On level 0 we have 0 elements and 0 possibilities thus having only 1 state.

On level 1 we have 1 element with 1 possibility thus having 1 state.

On level 2 we have 2 elements and 2 possibilities thus having 4 states.

On level 3 we have 3 elements with 3 possibilities thus having 27 states.

The number 108 is a combination of all the levels and means that it is the evolution of elements and spaces (possibilities) from 0 to 3 and it is the creation of our 3D world from a single, even non-existing, seed.

All Magura figures describe this process which leads to the creation of spirit, soul, body and men.

The meaning of the symbols

Casual academism states that Magura paintings represent literal and daily scenes and activities but this is not the situation. Magura paintings are not literal and daily but they are symbols. They have symbolic and abstract which means that they must be read figuratively.

I found many similarities and even the same symbols with astronomy, astrology, occultism, religion, Bulgarian alphabet, runic letters and other ancient alphabets. Thus I have determined the meaning of many Magura symbols and that helped me go on with the rest of them. To understand the story told by Magura paintings I had to know the meaning of separate elements, basic symbols and figures.

osnovni chasti 1It is possible because all paintings can be reduced to a basic set of elements which participate in the construction of the figures. Then, this was my logic, knowing the meaning of different elements was the way to „read“ separate paintings, whole scenes and the whole story. Therefore I started by learning the meaning of the elements which was both easy and very hard because these are elements and even archetypes which makes them both understandable and intuitive but really hard to explain.

figuriIt is a kind of mathematics where every element is a function and a painting is a kind of expression. Or it can be compared to language where the elements are the letters and the figures are words. Anyway, later this proved really useful and helped me understand and explain the differences between different figures.

Initially I thought that all connections with this culture had been lost and there is now way to know the exact meaning of the symbols. But later I found that indeed our connection with Magura culture is really strong and alive.

Initially I found that Magura paintings contain the symbols of man and woman.

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Male symbols from Magura cave

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Female symbols from Magura

It became clear that the connection is not lost but we have inherited Magura culture and knowledge because we use the same symbols.

Then these symbols get materialized and turn into male and female humanlike figures.

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A male humanlike figure from Magura

female fig

A female humanlike figure from Magura

Male and female symbols are the same now and then and mean the same thing. It is obvious that all female figures originate from female types of spirit which look like the female symbol. And it is obvious that all male figures originate from the male types of spirit which look like the male symbol. Therefore, culture and knowledge have transmitted.

Then I enlarged my research and found that Magura symbols are widely used in alchemy.

figura alhimiaThe humanlike figures contain two equilateral triangles which are oppositely oriented and joined at their vertices. The straight equilateral triangle is the symbol of God (but the male aspect) and the opposite is the symbol of female Goddess-mother. Tho joint of both equilateral triangles means that the figure is realized. Then these two triangles and the horizontal line between them are the base of alchemy – they form the four elements: fire, air, water and earth.

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Fire, air, water and earth

It is understandable why Magura deals and is the base of alchemy. Alchemy is about conversion, evolution and transformation of spirit to soul and soul to body as well as transformations between different types and states of spirit, soul and body. There are 108 types of spirit symbols in Magura, 27 male and 27 female figures all of them representing different types and states. This is magic as well which makes it clear why the Mag-Ur interpretation of the name is reasonable.

Them we come to the chemical elements in alchemy.

ALHIMIA1 ALHIMIA2(1) ALHIMIA3Black is alchemy and red is Magura. The text is Bulgarian as I have done my research and publications in Bulgarian.

Then, the symbol of heart also originates from Magura culture.

heartAnd a number of humanlike paintings inherit it as in Magura simple symbols are the base of creation of materialized and more complex humanlike figures.

male fig heart woman heart woman 1

Thus a spiritual type and state is transmitted to a type of soul which explains why and how there are different types of temperament and attitude. One of the aspects of Magura paintings’ story is how man was created through a process of materialization of the tones and energies emitted by Sun which is in many cults the source of spirit or the portal through which spirit comes into our world.

A publication about Bulgarian letters found in Magura cave paintings. It is really possible that the story of creation of Cyrillic alphabet is wrong, because it may have been just recollected and put back in use some 13 000 years later after it depiction in Magura cave by the ancestor culture.

Of course, it is not only this. Here is a publication on numerous parallels between runic letters and Magura symbols.

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For other symbols I used deep meditation, suggesting that they represent archetypes. Meditation helped me call the archetype – the feeling and knowledge about them from my deep subconsciousness. I knew that if I wanted to know the exact meaning I had to have the same mind as the paintings’ creators’ mind. The only way was to go deeply into their mind. This is possible because every creation contains the peculiarities of its creator and thus the paintings contain traces of their creators’ minds. By deep looking and meditation on the paintings I tried to understand their mind and thinking.

I continued the research in many ways as I didn’t want to really on existing academic explanations as I did not trust them – I had to convey my own research with my own conclusions.

One of the results is that I saw that there are at least 15 similarities to Bulgarian letters and I translated the meaning of the Magura symbols to the letters – I saw that many of our letters have the same shape as the cave paintings. We know that first symbols were ideograms and later they became syllables. The last stage was that syllable symbols became letters – so letters should carry parts of the ancient meaning. Thus I learned to know and understand the meaning of our (Bulgarian) letters. With this knowledge I learned how to understand the meaning of the words. Of course, we all know the meaning of the words and this allows us to use them, but I know why the words are such and not different and what is their deep meaning. It is a kind of mathematics, it is a kind of engineering and no word can be different. As I know, there is no other similar study on the letters and the meaning of the words. My system states that every letter is a kind of function that corresponds to an ethereal nature. Therefore words represent the ethereal meaning and nature of things by arranging letters (particles of meaning) in such a way that they correspond to real ethereal nature.

My system of explanation states that mind relates to ethereal realities where there are objects as well as here in the materialized world. Words are such ethereal objects and therefore they have construction as all bodies have construction. Letters are similar to chemical elements and words are similar to molecules – this is a kind of Hermeticism, where as above so below. So, words can not be any different, because they are descriptions of real entities and functions.

Then I came to many similarities in Orthodox religion, icons, murals. I suggest that murals derive from ancient cave paintings and especially from Magura cave paintings which supposedly were used in education and initiation processes.There are even some interesting matches.

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This is a Bulgarian religious artifact used for cult bread sealing.

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Another one with the same function and shape similar to Magura symbols. Inside the artifact there is a scene very similar to Magura scene of cultivation of natural men.

My research lead me also to similarities with Buddhism and rebirth as there is one scene in Magura which describes the process of a soul guidance and invocation and its rebirth together with the sexual act, the pregnancy, the birth and raising.

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The whole scene. Read from ride to left side

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The shaman sends a soul to God (T means god) and guides it in the process

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The soul then transforms and participates in the sexual act which has three participants – male, female and a soul to be reborn. Then we see the woman in an altered state – she is pregnant. There are 9 lines together with the woman in the altered state which are the nine months of pregnancy

The myth of women’s creation from men rib – it has been depicted in Magura cave.

"Слънчевият" календар

„Слънчевият“ календар

This is the solar calendar of Magura. In it the Sun contains a very important feature showing that the male symbols of spirit originate from it.

figuri-Model2(2)Then we have the scene with the three aspects of the Goddess-mother.

mothersOn the right side we see this symbol which is extracted right from the core of the Sun together with one ray, i.e. one rib. The Sun and its energy symbols are male.

ribAs it is on the right side it means that the symbol is processed through the three aspects of the Goddess-mothers. The result is this:

female raysWe see a number of female symbols to left of the three aspects. This means that the female symbols have been produced by the Goddess-mother out of the male symbol. This is how woman was created from man’s rib. We see that a T symbol was added to the male symbol thus forming the straight horizontal line which indicates the symbol is female.

There I found the bases of several Bulgarian traditions.

As I found the essence of many philosophies, religions and cultures in Magura paintings I came to the conclusion that Magura knowledge is the base of all knowledge around the world. As if Magura paintings are the initial knowledge which have spread all along the world and people. There is one confirmation of this.

There are also scenes for the education of the first, natural men coming from Africa 42 680 years ago and the creation of civilization. The teachers are different type of people, the godlike, divine people who had existed here prior to our arrival from Africa according to the depiction.

Magura culture says that we, homo sapiens sapiens, were initially natural. Then we were educated and cultivated by a different type of people who already existed. Magura paintings state that there has been no evolution of mind but a direct creation of human mind. All the knowledge came from the Goddess-mother in her Teacher aspect and was transmitted to natural people through the divine people.

Therefore Magura says that the initial human knowledge, culture and civilization originated here, in the middle of Balkans and were given to us by some gods.

There is a scene of human history stating that it started 42 680 years ago – just the time when human came here from Africa. The scene also describes a planetary disaster some 25 000 ago, coinciding with the last glacial age. Then a Son of God came and saved the world. There is the triple Goddess-mother.

There is a scene of rebirth. A number of paintings revealing seven stages of sexual development and tantric practices.  scene of rebirth and creation of kings. A scene of the Earth rotating around the Sun and the Moon around the Earth. There is the precession spiral and zodiacal eras. There is knowledge about the distance between Earth and Sun along the year.

Do you understand – there is all the base of Christianity – a triple god, the creation of women from men rib, the coming of the Savior. But this refers to a very deep past and shows that Christianity i just a paraphrase of something much more ancient and depicted in a cave in Bulgaria.

There are much more things in Magura which I have come to.

The triple base of magic and the mechanics of magic. It has all been depicted in Magura which name is constructed on the root „mag“.

Belogradchik fault and rocks

glavata 03 skalata na boginyata-mayka

glavata 3 maikata

For sure Magura cave paintings and Magura culture are connected to the close located Belogradchik rocks which contain numerous shapes. Archaeological researches in the region have found the most ancient human in Europe – in the near cave Kozarnika dating back some 1.4 millions of years. The special about this is not only the age of the human presence on the continent but a piece of bone with artificial carvings on it. The carvings are straight parallel lines organized in groups. This is the first evidence of abstract thought in human history – something like counting and mathematics. It is very strange, because mainstream archaeology states that the barrier of abstract thought could not be earlier than some 50 000 years. How come humanlike beings were capable of counting 1.4 millions of years ago? And how come this had not happen anywhere else?

rebro 40 000

Then, there are many more archaeological findings in Kozarnika cave, dating 150 000, 40 000 and 25 000 years. Amulets were found there and an ornamentation workshop dating some 40 000 years. The workshop is an evidence that those people were able of art, cults and religion. Such people were capable of tales and interpretations. So, imagine those people among the rocks of Belogrdachik so filled with faces and human and animals shapes. My thesis is that the rocks provoked abstract thinking and cults and this is the reason why abstract thinking appeared just in this region.

The philosophy of Magura paintings is called European animism and its origin is datet some 42 000 years ago – just the time Magura paintings say people came to the Balkans and were educated and cultivated. Too many coincidences together with the numerous archaeological findings that reveal that people really began to massively inhabit local caves some 40 000 years ago. They had a specific and more developed culture than human population located only 100 km away. This points to the presence of a strange local factor that influenced and forced human development. This can be only Belogradchik fault and rocks.

Even more, there is one rock which is exactly the same with one of the three aspects of the Goddess-mother depicted in Magura, thus Magura culture stating a connection between the philosophy and the rocks. It is interesting to point the base of all tales and legends of Belogradchik rocks according to which the rocks are ancient gods and creatures which were petrified.

draka 1(1) draka 2(1)

All along Belogrdachik rocks are ancient sanctuaries and observatories connected to Magura cave paintings and especially to its Solar calendar and the scene of the king’s rebirth.

shterna matka

okoto (1) kryg

07 izobrazhenie na bel ot belogradchik lepenitsa nebe 3

I think that this is enough for now as it is only a brief excerpt aimed at showing you an example that can help you decide my proposal. I really believe, based on my research and findings, that Magura paintings are the base of European civilization and they are a very important monument. They can reveal not only what we are and where we come from, but but can very powerfully boost semiotics and semantics as they reveal the process of creation of symbols and their origin.

What I aim at

I would like to do this research in an academic way. Till now it has been done in an amateur way. Now I want to study the bases of semiotics and adapt my research on this base. But I do not want to do this in Bulgaria as our academism i too stiff and dogmatic and this would be a waste of time and efforts.

Now, I do not have the financial opportunities to study this and become master of semiotics on my own and I need support. I can contribute a lot for the development of semiotics as I have already done a lot of researches and publications. My further motivation is to become a professor and spread Magura knowledge all over the World as it appears to be the base of our present culture, thus contributing to the development of the institute or the university where I will study and research.

A link to an album with Magura cave paintings on my Facebook profile.

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