HAR - The 4500 years old spiritual heritage of Europe - Proto-Nostratic Language

HAR – The 4500 years old spiritual heritage of Europe

Before everything


The Hungarian language and the old writing created for it, is an invention.

This is the oldest language in Eurasia. I couldn’t find any language (but certainly exists) on which it did not make crucial, elevating impression.

This language has been created to stress speaker to think.

This language probably started once this way:

Once upon a very-very old time three extremely wise men were bending towards each other discussing about a fantastic invention …

Of course, if somebody doesn’t have an insight into the core of this language, than she or he won’t see any advantage of speaking and thinking Hungarian.

Therefore, it would be very important to teach the Hungarian language according its own structure and teach everybody about its simple but important deep secrets.

I really don’t know why isn’t the Hungarian the worldwide language of religion, physics, mathematics and philosophy? Well, our poets are often better as philosophes.

However, a curious discovery emerged recently suggesting: a linguists, who wants truly investigate Europe’s languages – but we may put here many ancient languages of Asia, Middle-East and even America as well – will familiarise themselves with Hungarian first to reach her/his goal.

The Hungarian language is a living petrifaction.

It is the living proceeds of the remote Stone Age.

It is a created and a creating language.


In this book of mine as in the books before, I am going to tell my observations as far no references have been presented. I bring to paper what I had detected, discovered. My books are actually investigational records, diaries.

This book however, is different. It is based, built totally on Czuczor Gergely’s and of his helpers’ life-work, the dictionary of the Hungarian language, instead of occasionally references. 1

Namely, I am going to continue from there, where he stopped.

And I think, I was luckily able to accomplish the pyramid they started to build almost up close to its tip. I don’t say this out of immodesty, it was a simple task: I set down to count and the result disclosed me everything. (See the chapter about the number of the roots). Had Czuczor thought about counting the basic words he collected and had put those belonging together into groups (word-clusters), he would have inevitably arrived at the recognition that this can only be the vocabulary of an ARTEFICIAL LANGUAGE.

I have to mention that I didn’t become involved as linguist with this topic. I am not a linguist. As a mathematics-teacher, painter-graphic artist became the receiver of several international credits as director of animation films. Thus, continuing my profession: as a good graphic and animator, I was looking at letters, writing signs and now I look at the words as at everything in the world. The changes of writing-signs and words belong to my profession, since, they are like animation films.

This book therefore, is not a usual linguistics-book. Do not look for the usual scientific language in there. This book’s goal is to dust off and clean a very ancient but still present and alive spectacular world. It is not my fault that my book will cause serious linguistic-historical consequences. I came to this world manly to see the beauty of spectacle. And I, with my eyes investigating all formal and spectacular changes in the world, was able to disclose first the origin of writing and to arrive to 40-45,000 years distance. The book “Signs Letters Alphabets” (or the 30,000 years old history of writing)2 gave account about this mental adventure. The secret of ancient writings is the topic of “The book of the ancient writings”.

However, the possible four writing-methods, equally used with the ancient sign system, were altogether strongly “language-dependent”. Thus, the writing systems outlined the ancient language’s structure as well.

The last statement has been well supported by the fact that recognizing the very restricted number of possible writing methods I was able to disclose why did the Sumerian write as they did and why did they have as many writing-signs, not more or less; why that many, as they had. (Because they new their word-root-system and built their writing-system according to it, more precisely, corrected somewhat their old system.)

Well, I was looking for a language having the same system, but not because of the language itself, but – as a writing-sign investigator – for better learning the ancient signs and their system. To be honest, the language was a secondary topic for me, which is not absolute necessary for writing.

I detected even through evaluating the writing methods that the vocabulary of the language ‒- named today Hungarian ‒- is an in all parts connected tightly woven texture. (See my book: “The living language of the Stone-Age”).

That book wasn’t linguistics either. It was also more a logical gymnastic presentation to display connections, and causative systems. And here I denoted a couple of times questioning, how did come that our vocabulary is not only a tightly woven texture, but why this texture although has a special pattern, which is nothing less as a moral-philosophical teaching?

Then, how can a vocabulary become that kind? (Well, people coming from Syrius might have worked on it? But this is to suspect for me, because only then say people such thinks, when no normal answer has been found for a question.)

Thus, I didn’t know the answer, but it became evident that the root-system hides many further secrets; therefore, it has to be the proceeds of very-very distant epochs. It became visible at the same time that the writing-sign and word are somehow much more connected as necessarily needed for ideography by our opinion of today.

This however, became a further, an exciting riddle.

Then, on one day – following an insight-suggestion – I set down to count (the first ever person who did it) how many word-roots have been collected by Czuczor-Fogarasi in their dictionary. This sheen my last hope to do a rewarding step in this investigation.

This book contains the more then astonishing consequences of my counting results.

I find out that the threads of words and writing-signs are really converge and its meeting-point is necessarily back in the faraway Stone Age.

After these, it became clear to me that I can’t solve the history of writing-signs without the word’s history. However, could be a hotter trace for a sign-investigator, then the probability that the inventors glued words onto their newly invented signs?

This was how it happened that I – the investigator of Stone-Age culture, especially of writing signs and numerals – started to look into the history of our language, more or less enforced.

This book – you just looking at it – is supposed to be the first of three volumes of series. What I wrote down, is just unfolding the map and putting out the compass, before we hit the road to reach our goal. I hope that you may find many interesting news in this book and we can finally clear some basic questions.

I believe as well, that already this first volume will force to collapse many false beliefs and puts Eurasian’s until now taught language and spiritual history of the last 45,000 years into new light.

1 Czuczor Gergely-Fogarasi János: „A magyar nyelv szótára“ (Dictionary of the Hungarian language), Hungarian scientific Academy, 1862, Budapest.
2 In the last 15 years, the time of language-history has been extended to 43-45 years due to genetic and archeological findings.

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