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The origin of civilizations according to the prehistoric paintings of Magura cave

юни 29, 2017

Remember that all ancient civilizations appeared fully developed and brilliant and they only mouldered over time. The initial civilization force applied to them was much greater than the potential for sustenance and development of people.

 

When and how did we become civilized? Was it an evolutionary process driven by internal forces or it was initiated and carried out by external factors?

What I want to show you is the complete map of the prehistoric paintings of Magura cave:

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You can see that there are 1 031 pantings in a single gallery of the cave and many of the paintings have been organized into scenes which supply information on very important questions.

You can see pictures of the paintings in the Facebook page Magura cave paintings.

The scene I want to „decode“ here is located just to the right from the center of the top line:

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They have called this scene The Hunting scene for obvious reasons – a group of people hunt some animals. This is the most easily digestible of all scenes in the cave, therefore it has become the most popular, because it is very easy to think and believe that any prehistoric or just cave paintings must be related to daily activities, including hunting. Thus the scene is always used as an illustration to publications and reports leaving the audience with the idea that Magura is all about primitive daily activities.

It would be way more impressive if they used another scene:

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the scene of the solar calendar which is full of symbols none of them related to daily activities.

There is something else: there are 1 031 paintings in the gallery and only 10 of them participate in the „Hunting“ scene. This is just under 1% which is a too small base for general conclusions.

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Even more, the total numbers of aminal paintings in the gallery is 13 which makes it obvious that Magura cave paintings do not concern everyday life and activities.

OK, if the paintings represented everyday life, they should be realistic. Let us check this.

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Only two of the animals are realistic – the dog and the ostrich. Then, the four animals to the right side do not represent any real animal species. Thus the very paintings bust the idea for everiday life depiction as they do not represent real objects.

In order to „read“ the scene, we have to note that it has been created in two levels. Any time we see two levels in a scene, this represents the divine realm in the upper level and the human realm in the lower level.

Then we have to keep in mind that the shape of the figures makes them different and this is the way to transfer information about them. Thus we see three different types of people (human figures) presented in the scene.

These three figures are very schematic meaning that they are not so developed. These people have never been educated, they are in their natural state. We can call them primitive. The very distinguishable erections serve to express the idea that they are motivated and driven by their instincts.

Then we have a completely different type of people where the arms in a circular position around the head represent the enlightened consciousness and the double-triangular (hourglass-like) shape of the bodies represents the divine origin.

The triangle pointing downwards is the spirit striving for material expression in order to gain material and body experience. Therefore this triangle is a symbol of the woman as well as a symbol of The Goddess-Mother.

The triangle pointing upwards is the spirit striving to break free from shape and matter and to return to eternal life. This is a symbol of the man and of The God-Father.

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In the upper level of the scene there is a very interesting sequence:

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In Magura the direction of reading is from the right side to the left side. There are the two enlightened female figures in red (recognized by the „belts“ on their waists – the horizontal lines where the two triangles gather) attract primitive people and lead them to a teacher – the figure in blue. As this figure does not have a „belt“, it is male or it is a man in general.

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And this is not a sexual scene as sexual scenes in Magura cave are always heterosexual:

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The reason is because Magura paintings talk about the knowledge of creation and nothing is created (born) by homopolar interactions.

What happens after the interaction of these two figures 04is that previously primitive people start using tools:

And they have tamed the dog.

Primitive people have been tranformed into educated people. I will return to this shortly after.

Now I want to explain why primitive people are found in the upper level of the scene where divine activities take place. There are two ways to be divine. The first way is to be natural, primitive and to be driven by instincts, because instincts come from nature, i.e. from the divine origin. The other way is to be enlightened.

The only way to be far away from the divine origin is to be educated. But education is a necessary step towards enlightenment:

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Here you see the thirteen steps of development of spirit and consciousness, leading to the final stage – the eternal life of the conscious spirit which has recognized itself as divine.

Thus we understand that it is totally necessary primitive people to be driven ahead to the state of educated people so they can go on along the sequence and this is accompanied by a temporary moving away from divinity in order to return to it consciously.

It is clear that primitive people can not make this step on their own because they can not recognize themselves apart from nature. External force and cause must be applied and this is what Magura states in this scene.

Nothing has been said about the origin of the enlightened people – they exist and educate but not a single word on who educated them.

Now it is the time to return to the educated people:

Look at them: they have tamed the dog and everyone of them has mastered a different skill, does a different job but all of them are organized to achieve a common goal.

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Yes, hunting is present here but as a symbol of organized work of people with different functions and skills.

I need to remind you of the three indications of any civilization:

  • taming nature and its forces;
  • specialization and division of skills and labour;
  • organized acitivities of people with different skills and functions in order to complete a common goal.

All three indications are easily recognized in this scene which now seems to be a civilizational scene rather then a hunting scene.

If this is true, magi (enlightened and educated people) from Magura library of knowledge must have spread knowledge in order to create civilizations. And if they really did so, it must be possible to find some traces.

magura name map

Now you see a map of the spread of Magura name across the world. More than 2 000 Maguras can be found worldwide. At 200 places the name is written Magura and at the rest ot the places – Mapura, Magora, Mahura, Masura etc. These are very close derivatives.

I have calculated the probability to create this name by chance using tbe Bulgarian alphabet which consists of 6 vowels and 24 consonants. The probability is 1/93000000 which is too little. Thus I know that if I see the name at two distant places, there is a link between the two names.

Links are present indeed. The name Magura is always related to hills, springs and other water bodies and caves. The only places where the three features are present together is Magura cave itself – it is a cave, it is located inside a hill and a nearby lake is filled with water through the galleries beneath Magura cave.

Read this article for more information on the topic.

As many evidences show that Magura cave served as a starting point for educating people and creating civilizations, another question rizes: what was brought from Magura to people to be educated?

I proudly present to you some comparissons I have done:

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Remember that all ancient civilizations appeared fully developed and brilliant and they only mouldered over time. The initial civilization force applied to them was much greater than the potential for sustenance and development of people.

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