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Religion and peech
Time and People

Emil Zahariev


          The purpose of the thoughts, shared below, is to cast a new light over well-known facts from the history of the ancient Bulgarians (protobulgarians) and thus to lead to some new conclusions for the Religion, speech and history of Bulgarian people.
         It is known the God of Bulgarians is TangRA. There are similar denominations, encompassing broad geographical regions, such Chengri , Tengri, Shengri, Tangara, Tangaroa.
         There are also close toponymies -AngoRA, AngaRa, AnkaRA (AnkiRA).
         If we consider closely T(ang)RA as a combination of words we shall have the following result:
(T)ang(kh)RA(ANG+RA) (ANKH+RA) - the latter two mentioned are known (familiar) designations, met in the Egypt God's Pantheon.(1)
          Ang(kh) is the name of the life-bow, which all Egypt gods hold in their hands.
          RA is the name of sun-god.
          It is known, that Bulgarians worshipped the sun more than any other heavenly body. In the famous BBC film the male mummy with European features, found in Tarim, has a sun tattooed on its left temple.
          Deciphering(2), made by prof. Seibt[Zaibt] and confirmed by D. Vitanov of the three(3) rings, used as stamps, may be daubted. According to our opinion it shall be deciphered as follows:
         - HO(U)RBAT HOR BAT - concerning the first of the rings; Kings title showin god's origin. Now-adays variant: personal name
         - HORVAT, national name - HORVAT
         - KO(U)RT  HO(U)R BAT  KORT HOR BAT ? concerning the other two rings.


Previous reading
V.N.Beneshevich, V.Fink,
V.Zeibt, Moravchik,
D. Vitanov, V.Zaleskaia
А)  B) C)
Emil Zahariev Hor Bat Ko(u)rt Hor Bat Ko(u)rt Hor Bat

           If the name of  HOR BAT  is the true one the presence of the Falcon(3) and the snake wound round its legs makes things find their logical path.

           The Falcon symbolizes god HOR, and the snake - the god of evil - Set, Sat, Satan (HOR's uncle).
HOR's name is connected with a legend from the Egypt god's pantheon, according to which HOR overcomes his uncle SAT - an usurper of the king's throne and killer of HOR's father, called OSIRIS (SAK, SOK).
           The pair of lions(4), symbolizing land power and fertility, are treated in the Egypts God's Pantheon as king's attribute symbols.
           From the things said up to now, it turns out that "Name collection of the Bulgarian khans (ruler's title used by Bulgarians)" was mistaken at the very first combination of words - Avitohol. It has to be translated as:
AVIT(O)HOR or AVIT(US)HOR which means the parent of all parents.
          KORmisosh or KORmesii may also be transcribed as HORmisosh, HORmessii, HERmesii.
         Such an interpretation reveals a connection with the Thracean Heros (Hermes), the Greek Heraclius and the Latin Hrcules.
         In ancient middle Asia  were known the names of such tribes as:
SAKi, SOG(K)dii and HOResmians. SAK and SOK are the Egypt names for OSIRIS - HOR's father. These tribes' names have probably originated from the obligations of groups of people to carry out rituals worshipping  SAK and SOK (OSIRIS) and HOR.
          Finally let us remember some Bulgarian words:

- RA -  god, the sun;
RAi - Bulgarian word for paradise;
RAdost - happiness;
RAsta - to grow up;
RAlcho - name;
RAlo - plough;
RAiko - name;
RAiko izgria - RAiko shines (popular expression for the sun rize).
RAdan, Radko(a) - names;
REligia - religion;
REch - speech;
ROd - family, clan.

- HOR -  HOR  - god, son of Izida;
HORa - people;
HORo - Bulgarian national dance;
HORtuvam - speak, talk;
HORugva -  flag;
HAResvam - like;
HARen - good.

- SAK and SOK - SAKam - want;
SOK - juice;
TSOKo, TSAKo - names;
TSOKam - suckle;
SAKiRA - axe;
SAKalibi - people(tribe) loving god SAK;
(S)AKinak - a kind of a short sword;

           The path of proving all these mutual connections is long and complicated. The true direction is most important at present.

Used literature:

1. Lurker, Manfred. Gods and symbols in ancient Egypt (Enciclopedia reference). 1995 .
2. Prof. Werner, Ioahim. Funeral in Malaia Pereshchepina and Kubrat. 1988 .
3.  Kostov, Georgi. The funeral of khan Asparuh from the aspect of the archeological data. 1988.
4.  Funerals in Malaia Pereshchepina and Voznesenka.
5. Maneton. History of Egypt and genealogy of kings(HOR  - 300 years).
6., Tsenov, Gancho. Krovatova Bulgaria. 1998.


 Author:  Emil Zahariev
 Sofia, Bulgaria
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