History & Exopolitics

Listen to what our ancestors’ language sounded like 6,000 years ago

  • http://aliya.blog.bg Алия Ошова

    The common between Sanscrit, Latin, Persian and Ancient Greek is that they all arose from the first human language Ancient Bulgarian language still spoken in today Bulgaria. And this language does not sound at all like the one compiled by the scientist in the article! Sanskrit
    is the written form of Bulgarian language, spoken once by the Ancient
    Bulgarians, who spread around the earth, in India including. Every
    single word in sanskrit language has a meaning and root in Bulgarian
    language. Bulgarians were enlightened people and mystics and they were
    the creators of the Vedas as well. Sanscrit is the language of the Vedas
    – nothing less or more than that. Moreover,
    sanskrit came after thousands of years of oral tradition whereas Vedas
    were quoted and preserved in the memory of specially trained sages. Only
    after that sanskrit came as a written alphabet for the Vedas to be
    written down. Vedas are Bulgarian knowledge. The very word Veda means
    Know into Bulgarian language. The oral tradition of memorizing sacred
    texts and songs existed in Bulgaria till recently in special schools for
    blind people. Most of the traditional songs are actually sacred text
    sang by those blind masters. Roman
    state is one of the many states ancient Bulgarians being the first
    people on earth, established. The very name Roman is given by the
    Bulgarians as one of the names of Sun God, venerated by Bulgarians.
    Rumen was the first name of Tiber river, on which Rom was established.
    Rumen means reddish, alive, vital. Latin language itself is the
    Bulgarian language written in a nonBulgarian alphabet. Greece
    is a very recent phenomena. Before it was Hellada, the country of God
    Allen the Sun of Ancient Bulgarians. Hellinistic people all spoke
    ancient Bulgarian language and this language is still preserved in today
    Greek language as well as in the toponyms of the country. For instance
    the region of Macedonia is named by ancient Bulgarians and its name
    means Mother Given Land MaceDon-ia whereas Godess Mother Ma, Makia of
    Ancient Bulgarians is honored. Solun / Tesaloniki i also a Bulgarian
    naming – Solun means With Godly Light. Also Athens is a Bulgarian naming
    and means The Sky One. The Holly Athon/SAthos is also Bulgarian naming
    after God On (He Alone). All the statues of these ancient times depict
    people with Bulgarian / Thracian beauty – fair complex, small noses,
    curly red hairs.
    Persia is a Bulgarian naming as well and means The State of Parsa /
    Taxes as Persia was a feodal state of tax paying souvereigns feodals.

    • Colin Taylor

      Your English is terrible. Or should I say “Ah car mek owt nowt yow sed”.