Friday, 29 April 2016

Lion Goddesses

..ever wondered why is Virgin Mary celebrated at zenith of Leo instead of Virgo?
Cause she is Great Lioness or Magna Mater.
Her name was kybele, Mother of Troja amongst others.
Myth says that Kybele was rasied by lionesses and it seem that this myth was common to a wast ancinet cultures of all kinds.
Allmost all Goddesses of old were Lionesses.

Bastet

Carthage, Tunisia

Artemis / Diana temple guarded by lions, Ephessus

Durga

 Persian Goddess Nana

Inanna

Kybele

Kybele & Attis

Kalyana


Rhea - Titaness


 

Syrian Goddess Atargatis right- lion throne with distaff  and sceptre  
- left side her consort Hadad. Tetradrachm of Caracalla, ca 215 CE.


The three daughters of the god Hubal - who is renamed Kybele
 From left to right- Al-Uzza, Al-Lat and Menat
Al Lat will be Allah in future.



Of the distant past of humanity we were informed in one sentence, maybe two that world was ruled by Matriarchy and swiflty subject was turned to endless wars, Kings, rulers, Gods etc. Luckily not all is destroyed but most of them are DEMONISED by the following rule of he-King, Emperor, Warrior which in turn made of me a Worryor cause that firm hand guide us into endless spin of wars, murder and sacrifice. He wrote HIS-STORY, stole it all from her and walk around as pee-cock and if that wasn’t enough he called HER a demon – Lucifer!
Circular Artemis temple in Ephesus have for example only one colomn left, errected in the middle of the sad ruins, sticking out, reaching for the sky just like all other falluses Masonic FAT-HERS proudly errected on their path of distraction.
Her names; Kybele, Cybele, Sybele, Earth-goddess Gaia, Minoan equivalent Rhea, Corn-Mother goddess Demeter, Frygga, Isis, Diana, Kali, Aphrodite, Medusa, Ishtar, Asherah and many more…

Demonisation or Sin use to be word for Moon.
Zionists wear Moon's original name.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sin_(mythology) NANNA
note that Moon Goddess Nanna is todays word “SIN” and Durga/druga means “SECOND”
demon is someone who is removed from the Moon and Lunatic as crazy also connected to Moon.
Kybele (Cybele) is in words such as Kabbalah, Mer-Ka-Ba and Kaaba cube in Mecca.

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  1. Sanda, the Amazons were Slavic women, right? They were Scythian/Slavic (as ancient authors said). And the Aryan women - wives of the aryan high castes (brahmins, kshatriyas etc.) were also Scythians. BUT the amazon women were powerful and independent, while the aryan women were submissive and completely devoted to their pedo-husbans. So, HOW did it happened? These were the same ethnic group of females (both, amazons and aryan women); the Amazons must have existed already when the aryan high castes appeared. So, how come these powerful amazon warriors ended up as submissive wives of the aryans? Do you have some thoughts on this?

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    1. Not all Scythian women were warriors in times when they had to defend themselves. They haven't been warriors to begin with until huge wave of agressors started to arrive from all sides, in stages.
      Their fighting skills are a respond rather then initiative and when something start out of respond is normaly few steps behind.
      In wars one that does a first step is always in advantage.
      So some decided to be warriors instead of going on with old ways.
      Amongst themselves they have been very well organised in terms of work and age roles. Do not forget that man is phisicly stronger and that many have been broken down trough violence sooner or later. Men achieved his goal by the times of Aryans, she took him in cause she already had his children and new chance arrised from this, they had a chance to break them down from inside which they did. First Trachians, then Pelasgians. But nothing was ever the same. Biggest fall is not in those far-away times but in Britto-American rewriting of actual real records. And deleting of her Her-rit-age.

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    2. South Slavic word for cat is mačka or maška, it is very different from other Slavs who have more or less cat, kit, kotka and there is no parallels unless mačka comes from MATKA or "little mother", which is deminutiv with -ka extension but our grammar have crazy manner to repeat things so deminutive was repeated once again adding Y to T like this; M A T+y K A, you get mačka.
      Double deminutiv.
      Deminutivs are there to make something small, to diminish it.

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    3. I stambled upon this stem 'maś/mys' when I was searching 4 something else. Cats r def. associated with females but 'maśka' doesn't have to be necessarilly related to "mother", it has the same stem as dozen of other names for small animals- myśka, mushka, mystulag, masi, mećin - all these relate in ancient and/or modern languages to animals like mouse, fly, monkey and similar. We also have "musk deer", moschus, muskrat - these are related to musk produced by males and to testicles - in sskr. "muskas" - and define animals which produce strong "musky" odour (and are killed by mutant males for production of perfumes). (Words like męski, maschio, muscles, muscular, maż, mashya- all these relate to "manliness" and share common ms/mz.)
      There is also another possibility for maśka in the old persian - "abuzina" means 'gibbon'. B sometimes turns into M, buzi-musi, so, some of those names could have come from the old persian, initially 'buzina' used for a little monkey, then as 'musi/masi' for other small animals.
      I found one case, though, in which the stem "muś" is linked to females but it relates to weasels. In ancient Rome women could be called 'mustela' - weasels. In the old Poland girls were named "weasels" - kuna. The same goes for the old Italy - "donna' woman - 'donnola' weasel. The same in Hungary- 'menyet' used for both a weasel and a girl. In some lang. weasels are called 'brides'.

      I learnt this because there is an old russian prick, an "aryan spiritual guru", a guy who teaches young people that 'monkey' - rus. obezyan- means "On-bez-yang" - "he-without-yang". He says that monkey is an underdeveloped human because it has no masculine "yang energy" and has only feminine "yin". In other words, he tells people that women are monkeys, not fully human. I just had to examine this and it turns out that he is a lying piece of sh*t who makes things up. 'Obezyan' comes from the old persian and is not even russian. (The term 'abuzina' literally means 'father of whoredom'; 'zina' in persian means whoredom and fornication, in arabic 'zina' means fornication but also 'a stranger' (so fukking outside marriage is 'zina' but zina is also a woman from other land). It strangely resembles slavic 'żena'. I wonder if this could be true. In this case 'obezyan', abuzina, could still be a slavic-related and woman-hating term. Abu, AB- father, ancestor; in slavic BA/baba- grandmother/ ancestor, zina- żena/żona turned into a whore-dom? So, in this case monkey would be the ancestor of żena/women- turned whores? I don't know if zina is in any way related to the slavic żena though.)

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  2. I forgot, I found another "semitic" term for 'whore' which strangely resembles slavic Żona. In the hebrew bible the term 'Zona' means 'prostitute, whore' (also as 'Zonah').

    So, we have the arabic term Zina which defines adultery: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zina

    Zina is also a feminine arabic name. Wiki says:
    "The above sense of zina is not to be confused with the woman's name Zina or Zeina. The name has a different linguistic root (Greek xen-), a different meaning ("guest, stranger")..."

    It is strange however that the words are so similar and both relate to women, one in terms of 'fornication' and the other as 'a stranger' - Zina, as a woman/'whore' from foreign lands?


    "An Etymological Dictionary of Persian, English and other Indo-European Languages" (by Ali Nourai) says that Zina in arabic means 'whoredom' and the name for monkey as 'father/ancestor of whoredom' is 'Abu-zina' (then it went to persian (I thought the other way around) and then to russian as 'obezyan', monkey). I am not sure but it could have been named this way as a simple offence (monkey- the ancestor of Zina/żena).

    About the hebrew Zona wikipedia says: "The word zonah simply meant an ordinary prostitute or loose woman." But the term is also linked by some scholars to the greek Xena - in the sense of 'hospitality', having friendly relations with alien persons or institutions - not prostitution. Some others link it to the akkadian term Zananu - meaning "to feed, take care of"- especially in the socio-economic-religious context of temples, cult places (taking care of the temples).

    I know it can be far fetched to link slavic Żena with the akkadian 'Zananu' but do you think the 'arabic' Zina - related to women from other lands and 'fornication' - and the hebrew Zona - "loose woman" could be related to the slavic Żona/Żena? We know how they falsify everything, so do u think it's possible that these are distorted forms of our Żena?

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    1. You are dead on the spot!
      No doubt this is one and the same word for woman Zena.
      word of advice;
      Do not pay attention at "greek" translations one bit cause they are fake. Ancient Macedonian language was Slavic, there is no doubt.
      Persian, Arabic, Akkadian, Hebrew, Greek are all coming from the same nest and are not that different.
      Genna in Sumerian - again generic name while real name Saggag is nothing less then Saccae or Scythian. Their Zigurrat is Sagrad, something that is built or sagradjeno, today we use only Grad.

      Russian 'Abu-zina' is "Abad Zena" or Caring woman (Dalmatian abadavat-to care) db is shortened only to B in this case and there is more of such casses, I wrote about them in general article about Slavic language.
      Now the thing about MON-KEY, mona (pussy in Slavic) stemming from Munus is the Key. This word is later applied to an animal in order to denigrate women. There is plenty of this in our language and all other languages I checked so far.
      Other funny example of Key words is Tur-Key. Now you can twist it as; Turkey is partenogenetic bird.
      or "Tur (arse) Key hole" <<< do not forget that Paeders-Paters ruled! >>>
      And when we are at Paters remember that she is the one that Parts (prt-prtena, breme-bremena, birth) also that Kleo-Parta is Pater, that PARTenogenesis is named after ability to give birth, That Parta and Sparta had Goddesses and matriarchy full on.

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  3. Thank you again for sharing.
    Did you really find Genna in sumerian? And you say it is a just a generic name. I haven;t seen it in sumerian. But, to be honest, do we really know where our slavic Żena came from? "-na", "ena" can stand for "O-na" but why does it have its form with Ż, Żena? We don't really know what it really means. Or do you know its meaning? Where our Żena really came from..? Did it have other meanings in past?

    Sanda, I am glad you wrote about the 'greek' Parthenos - I also thought that there can be only one source for Pathenos and its our Parcie/Przeć/Prt.
    But do you know where the other name for dziewa came from - the Virgin? The "gin" could be our Żena/Gine but in "latin" it has a different end with no "n" - just '-go', VIRGO. Do you know where does it come from? Why does it has such a form - Virgo ?

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    1. Dieva is DIV in SSlavic, meaning giant
      but it is the same in all euro-languages
      Gin - Jinn (arabic demon) - Yin (chinese in form of Quan Yin zena-zena) - Juno -young calf in SSlavic, also Hera or Kcera/Kera, Jovi/Ziva ,JunoSospita turned into JupiteR/a he does her literarly, Yoni-vulva, there is more on this, this is just from top of my head
      Reus (netherlands giant) is Rose ,Roch(hebrew head), reversal is Zora-slavic for Venus
      Titan - tits, sise, cice, tsits, dude(suckling), T extension meaning boobs in Egyptian, S extension in all other dead languages is female noun marker on end, this is how names were formed, SKi, IC, TZ, TS, Sh etc
      OV extension are OVAries, vulva, from OV and V liquifies to N we have ONA and ON
      It is hard to stop now, it goes on and on and languages form a clear picture of connections and ideas ancients shared as a mother being central as life giver.

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    2. Virgo is slavic Vrag(devil-LOL, devil is from dieva, L is for earth or Ila)
      Varangs but only Polish Varangs had horned helmets, you won't find them in Scandianvia.
      Virgo is cognate to VRT-a garden and VRT is to be found in HaVeReTh/egypt, ORTHia/sparta, ARTemis/herm, EARTH, URTH/old germanic, Ursa/bear, Arka etc

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    3. Genna is word for boobs and girl in Saggag but it is almost the same in Hanzi Chinese Xiongnu-pronaun Hunu with meaning breast.
      Symbol in Saggag are boobs
      https://www.scribd.com/document/54543332/Breasts-Depicted-in-Sumerian-Cuneiform-a-database
      on this link Dumu is depicted but there is more, Jenifer Ball is professional linguist that also noticed that shapes dictated letters ,you should read what she wrote, I discovered she exist about 2 years ago.

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  4. Oh, and I know about the different ways of interpreting words, like Mon-Key, Tur-Key.. But I tend to disregard english forms of words. I look at english as a simplistic, primitve and degenerated language, I always look for earlier forms of words, trying to ignore english at all if I can..

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    1. English is usefull to discover given meaning, just look at the word Meaning---comes from egyptian MN-thinking in chess board letters
      Umno is sslavic for mindfull
      Duma ??? both mind and dama-blood in one (dama is blood in 4 ancient languages except egyptian-there is SNF)
      grip is on MN or Moon (munus is vulva in sumerian and moon, sign is triangle) Absolutely ALL on Earth is regulated by Moon, all life.
      MeaN means greedy, evil and meaning.....if you reflect all 3 MEAN meanings back to its source you get pure misogyny.

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    2. Yes, you are right about the english words - they are usefull in discovering - or confirming- the meaning of words. Indeed, english helped me recently in some important discoveries. But when I say that it's "degenerated" I mean its impoverished range of sounds and simplistic gramma, the less sounds and complexity a language has the more dumbing down effect it has on its speakers.

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  6. Sanda, thank you for the advice regarding the works of J. Ball. I went through her works and they seem very interesting. I will later continue the reading further. (Such a shame that slavic women do not engage en masse in researching these topics, their discoveries would be the most revealing because of the knowledge of slavic language.)

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  8. I had to delete some other comments as well, I just made some new important discoveries and will have to put it in some other way.
    Anyways, just wanted to tell you that the cat name "maćka" of which you thought to belong only to the southern Slavs can also be found in the old polish, just found it, it seems that both, cats and the cows, were called in similar way, Mućka, Macuś. So, I am thinking about a possbile connection between 'Parthenos' and Pantera, even though the stems seem to be rather different, but I remember some jews called 'virgin Mary' Pantera and it seems like it was no mistake on their part.

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