ORPHEUS – Stone engraving near Astorga, (Leon province, Spain), year 32,000 – 800 of Macedonian era prior to Christianity.

The cross-like forms on engraved stones found in Spain are still a mystery for researchers. They are documented, photographed, but their origin and dating is not yet explored. It is thought that the cross-like forms are of a more recent date that is not the case in this book(book „Zeta Makedonia), because the cross as a symbol and the form itself appeared very long time ago in history. The shape of the very stone has its meaning and so-called cross-like forms express the following.

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    - SEGA IL SIJA SOLARU

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   - NASHIOT TESHT. PEJ I PIJ ORPHEUS.


The entire text in contemporary Macedonian reads:
NOW IL SINES YOU SOLAR OUR TESHT. SING AND DRINK ORPHEUS.



Interpretation: The long awaited sun begins to shine. It is our solar TESHT (king). It is our God Sun during the longest night, but from XXV December it starts to shine, increasing the duration of the day and the beginning of the new year. Joy for the coming New Year and spring is expressed with songs, food and wine, as binder or sacrifice together with the divine forest singer Orpheus, with is visible symbol – a poppy pod.

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The stone is shaped like a sunray at sunrise, bud, flower, signpost or it is probably part of the local observatory. The letters and text simulate a glimpse of the man Lunar, an observer of the rising sun, when the rays – energy come from the sun and return again to the sun in the form of human gaze in glory, honor and sacrifice with dances and songs by the forest singer ORPHEUS.

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                                                                         sacred or bright triangle

The letters form the sacred or bright triangle between Sun God ILI, IL, Lord God Macedon and Earth Makedonka, with the formed sunray, the divine spirit, bud, spring or DON.

Source:
http://tierradeamacos.blogspot.mk/2009_06_01_archive.htm

 

 

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