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Brennus
09-10-2012, 03:25 PM
P.s.: Interesting statue in your picture. He looks like our ancestors (old Hungarians).

Thanks for the complemen,the statue is of Vercingetorix,the Celt that lead a revolt against Julius Caeser.I couldn't find a good statue of Brennus! :D

Ezalor
09-16-2012, 07:45 PM
Aye, heard of him. Celtic culture is close to my heart, and some people believe old Hungarians had both their culture and blood mixed with Celts who lived around here, which is pretty possible. Like we have some folk art motives pretty similar to Celtic knot-work. Check these:
http://turania.hu/catalog/images/kj2_30_2007.jpg
http://www.tarsoly-revesz.hu/images/includes/image/osturul-pajzs.jpg

But I'm being offtopic here, sorry. :)

Brennus
09-17-2012, 02:32 PM
Aye, heard of him. Celtic culture is close to my heart, and some people believe old Hungarians had both their culture and blood mixed with Celts who lived around here, which is pretty possible. Like we have some folk art motives pretty similar to Celtic knot-work. Check these:
http://turania.hu/catalog/images/kj2_30_2007.jpg
http://www.tarsoly-revesz.hu/images/includes/image/osturul-pajzs.jpg

But I'm being offtopic here, sorry. :)

Cool links!

Krisztian
09-17-2012, 07:03 PM
I believe there's a strong case for the linguistic connection between Sumer and Magyar: Kálmán Gosztonyi, Sándor Forrai, Ferenc Badiny-Jós, Elemér Novotny, especially Ida Bobula, has provided relatively convincing evidence.

City of Ur, ur means "lord" in Hungarian
Sumerian IZ-TEN (in Hungarian is "Isten", meaning "God")

The holy pickaxe was given to the earthly EM-BAR (Hungarian term "man" means ember)

The Hungarian word kapu meaning "gate" also holds quite the connection. There are of course many other examples.

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The key point I wanted to make is that the farther we, humanity, travel back in our 'history', folklore, myths, the more evident it becomes that we [Humans] come from the Stars!