Wednesday, 14 January 2015

SATAN behind the name

name SaNTA of SaTaN will appear in several forms
T or D (same sound)
S as Sh,C,Ch,Z,Zh,X,K,Q,Sk,Sz
N is rarely exchanged with M

That name use to be very sacred cause it mean life as a Mother and during religious rewriting ,burning old idols she will became a synonym for most horrible evil or Devil - Satan.
Both names come from Virgin Mother
while Devil is easy to figure out cause it is a Diva, Deva-virgin in slavonic and sanskrit and
also very possible De-evil or Dev-ill (Ill means Earth {Illyrian} but today ill is sick)
or maybe De-Will like a women have no her own will, she does what she is told to do
or/and all of it.
Words do have mean meanings.
Satana from Nart Saga

Nart saga 

The first argument is that the descendant of Indo-European root *h₂nḗr in Ossetic is næl ("male"), and the second point is that the central hero of the saga is the woman Satana.
Now Ossetians would not agree that male is central figure but Satana.
 Satanaya (Adyghe Сэтэнай [setenej]; Ubykh [satanaja]; Ossetian Сатана Satana) is a mythological figure who appears in many cycles of the Nart sagas of the Caucasus.

Satanaya is the mother of the Narts, a fertility figure who is also an authority over her children. She is often cast in the light of a "wise woman" or matriarch, which mirrors the relative freedom of women in North Caucasian societies generally. Satanaya can be compared to the Greek Demeter, with whom she shares many traits.[citation needed]

In Ossetian tradition, she is the daughter of Uastyrdzhi (St. George).

The Chechen-Ingush version is somewhat different in that the counterpart of Satanaya, Sela-Sata, is primarily a goddess of crafts and women's work rather than a Nartic matriarch. However, many of her characteristics, including the story of her miraculous birth of a dead Nart mother and her involvement in the birth of chief hero Seska-Solsa (Sosruko), correspond closely to those of Satanaya in the other versions.

Episodes of the Nart Saga including Satanaya

In "Why the Sun Pauses at the Horizon at Sunset", Satanaya makes a bet that she can weave a coat in one day, and has to ask the sun for a favour, to slow down, that she may finish her task before the day is through.

In "Lady Satanaya's Blossom", Satanaya finds a beautiful flower by the river Kuban and plucks it and replants it in front of her house. The next day, she is sad to discover that it has withered. Once again she goes and plucks another of the same flower, only to see the same result the following morning. The third time she re-plants a flower in front of her house, it rains, and the flower is invigorated and continues to live on until the next day. Satanaya realizes the importance of water to life.

The Woman of the Myths: the Satanaya Cycle
read here;

1100-1470 AD


This character is refered to as "father" but as a first being it is clear that it is result of patriarchal rewriting custom that took over all female divinities of the ancients.

Female Divinity in South America

Max Dashú

First there was the sea. All was dark. There was no sun, no moon, nor people, animals or plants. Only the sea was everywhere. The sea was the Mother. She was water and water in every direction and she was river, pool, waterfall and sea and so she was everywhere. So, at the beginning, only the Mother was. She was named Gaulchováng. 
So say the matrilineal Kogi people of the Santa Marta mountains in Colombia. Descendants of the glittering Tairona civilization, they base their entire cosmology on a primordial Mother Essence from whom everything originates, in the darkness. She is the unborn and eternal source. She is the Mother of Songs.

golden breastplate with birthing goddessThe Mother was not human, or nothing, or anything. She was aluna. She was the spirit of what was to come and she was thought and memory. So the Mother existed only in alúna, in the lowest world, in the ultimate depths, alone.

The Kogi say that this power of aluna exists in everything, and gives rise to all that exists. (Montoya Sanchez, 63) After unknown ages, the Mother began to bring the first world into being. Lands began to form above in the darkness, and in successive worlds, spirit people without bones, and later a Father Sai-Taná, and people with limbs and heads. In the fifth world, the Mother commanded that the ancestral beings speak. Their bodies continued to take on form, and their blood. In the ninth world the ancestral pair found a great tree and heaven above the waters, and built a great house there.

article here;

Hittite Sun Mother Goddess Arina

Isa Ma Shanda - Earth
in Scythian

neolitic Goddess


Sandas (more commonly spelt as "Sandan") was the Anatolian (Hittite) lion god during the Classical period. He used to be represented in association with a horned lion, and often resided inside a pyre surmounted by an eagle. Sandan was often associated to the Greek god Herakles, and sometimes to Marduk. In ceremonies, an image of the god was placed inside a pyre and was set on fire.
Sandan appears in the coins of the Seleucids, as well as on other coins of Tarsus (Cilicia) during the time of the Roman emperors.

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