WHERE AND WHEN THE INDO-EUROPEAN LANGUAGES HAPPENED.

I’m trying very hard to conquer the complexities of the modern Indo – European language research. But with stuff like – “Archaeo-semiotic” and “five-range hierarchical and decentralized communication web” It’s all a bit mumbo jumbo at the mo’ I quite like plain and simple. Like the following…   …From NC : “WHERE AND WHEN THE […]

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FEB – Make Tartaria Great Again

A Roman Centurion’s Battle Standard with Right Hand in Mexico?? I have a soft spot for the Welsh :o) Brilliant Video, Martin. Thank you.    

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Etruscan Alphabet

Wiki : Etruscan Alphabet   Several years ago, Alan Wilson and Baram Blackett (Forensic Historians) translated some Etruscan (Tartarian) script using the Coelbren (Bardic/Ancient Welsh) alphabet.   Funny old world :o)

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Alphabets

Tartarian Emojis or Danube Script     Nordic Runes     Coelbren or Bardic Alphabet   OooooooH :o)

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Questions but no Answers…Yet!

OK. What are those? Tartarian Emojis? What is a “tell settlement”? Where/Who/What was Vinča? Is Starčevo–Kőrös–Criș a made-up name? Why do I keep getting sent back to Transylvania?     Who was Milady Tărtăria? What’s the point of rhetorical questions? ;o)

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Back to Work

Page 4, paragraph 1….the movie begins after all the bs credits. This is gonna be a long haul. UNIQUE OR WIDESPREAD SIGNS? Cryptogram. Tartaria. Scrutiny. Location. Chronology. Roumania. ALBA(!) WHERE WRITING TECHNOLOGY ORIGINATED. Late 19th/early 20th cc. OMG!

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Shah of Tartary

  From NC : “As we learn from the historians themselves, all such “Indian gems” fell into the hands of the Romanovs and the Reformist rulers of the Western Europe in the XVII century, which is the very epoch of the Strife and the fragmentation of the Horde. Romanovian history doesn’t even make any secret […]

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A Diamond by any other Name

“The “Shah” is a diamond that weighs around 89 karats, “with three inscriptions in the ancient Persian language engraved upon it, which indicate that it was discovered in 1591 – most likely, in the mines of Golkonda in India.”  The inscriptions refer to Nezam Shah Borhan II, 1591; Jahan Shah, son of Jahangir Shah, 1641, […]

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A Question and a Challenge

Am I the only person around this faf social media “world” TODAY with the balls (Ironic!) to address, talk about, investigate, publicise etc etc … the True Truth about Tartaria? Just saying :o)

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Mariamopolis

And I quote:   “The name of Mary left a deep imprint in the names associated with Chufut-Kale. As it turns out, in addition to the old necropolis in the Gorge of Mary, here, very close, there was a settlement called the CITY of MARIA – Mariampolis, Mariampolis is located on the same side of […]

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Cathar Crosses and Chufut-Kale

  THE HIDDEN HISTORY OF THE CATHARS – PART ONE   Ref the image above: “Stone gravestones from the crypts of the necropolis in the Gorge of Mary, near Chufut-Kale. On the tombstone on the left we see the Christian cross, and on the right gravestone is the Qatari cross. “   “Finds from the necropolis […]

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