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Apr 11

The Language of Light

Image1by Sonya Vangelder

With many ancient sites and artifacts being uncovered around the globe and the assistance of our modern day computer era and internet, it has become increasingly apparent, how many similarities arise, when researching ancient texts and symbols, raising the question of its origins and original meanings?

Throughout the world ancient texts and symbols in the form of rock carvings, hieroglyphs, petroglyphs and the alike are gradually being discovered.  Many identical symbols have been found in different countries situated at vast distances from each other. Although not all of the symbols found across the globe are an exact copy of each other, the striking similarities leaves one with the assumption that all languages trace back to a single common source… The Parent Civilization.

In many parts of the world, archeologists and researchers are uncovering this archaic form of Sanskrit now recognized as a precursor to all known languages in every region where they are found.   Translations and grammar suggest a global human culture thrived in antiquity.

symbols mapIn the Sinai the language has been given the name “old Negev,”  For centuries in Australia it has be known by the name “Panaramitee,”   It has been misrepresented as Native American Indian sign language in the America. The language and grammar are now understood to be proto-Canaanite and appear to have roots in common with Egyptian and Hebrew. The petroglyphs successfully translate to English using an old Hebrew dialect in all three locations.

Evidence of the antiquity of this script in both America and Australia suggest that this root language may pre-date that of the Hebrews. The team who made the discovery suggest using an unbiased name, such as “the First Tongue,” to avoid any presumptive association with a specific people or era. The content of the translations, although not complete, suggests a common culture and spiritual belief system.

The records of the ‘Koori People’ (Australian Aborigines) are inscribed upon the rocks of this land, and one of the patriarchs of our race, ‘Kingajanik’ goes back 50,000 years ago, and as a race the ‘Koori’ people go back to a time even before this.  The ‘Koori’ people are the oldest race upon this planet, undisturbed by wars of conquest by outsiders, or the mixing of blood, we were until the whiteman came, the purest racial line on earth.

The beginnings of the ‘Koori’ race was ‘Baiame’ and yet inscribed upon the rocks of ‘Innaminka’ in South Australia, is the record of another race of people that once inhabited this island continent before it became part of the frozen south, before ‘Baiame’ and before the ‘Koori’ peoples.    We simply refer to these people as the ‘Old Ones’.   –  The Book of Yahi ‘Boomba Djunebun’    

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In Australia, this alphabet has been found in many locations and adheres to the grammar and structure of the other known petroglyphs on the other two continents. Ironically, instead of considering the similarity to other archaeological sites around the globe as evidence of a global culture, the scientific community in Australia has denied the possibility that this is any type of “system” at all, either writing or storyboard. The concept that these odd shapes somehow formed a system of communication was first put forth by Lesley Maynard. Maynard received overwhelming resistance to his assertion and he finally discontinued his efforts. By the late 1980s, there was virtually no interest in these petroglyphs. In 1995, Bednarik reported the results of his experiment to see how readily the Panaramitee Tradition could be recognized. He sent drawings and pictures of several examples of petroglyphs to various rock art scholars around the globe. Ninety-eight (98%) percent wrongly identified petroglyphs from the United States, Africa and Europe as being Panaramitee Tradition. Bednarik summarized as follows, 

“It is either not possible to identify the Panaramitee style, or… this is a world-wide style.”   – Josephine Flood – Rock Art of the Dreamtime

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