Category Archive: Aryans

Meditations on the Indus script – part 1 – the Keśin

I am sure that most of my readers are already familiar with the Indus script, and therefore I will save you from a long introduction. (Those who are not familiar can click here.)… Continue reading

Orion worship – part 3 – Nordic Aryans (Ymir,Yama, Gayomart)

One would expect the star lore of the ancient Norse to be at least equally rich as that of the other ancient nations. And certainly, this must be the case, if anything, because this land… Continue reading

Horus, St. George, Jarilo, and the star-lore of the equinoxes

For the ancients, equinoxes and solstices represented a “celestial cross” that marked the four seasons of the year. For example, if you were to look to the sky during the autumn equinox of… Continue reading

How old is astronomy? A study on the northern sky mythology

Most common explanation of the word “Druid” is “the one who knows the tree”. It is further understood that this “tree” is in fact a “world tree”. Its stem is the rotational axes of… Continue reading

The forgotten history of Polabian Slavs

A growing body of evidence suggests that Polabian Slavs were one of the first Indo-European tribes to reach Northern Europe.

The lady of the spiked throne – decoding the symbols

Anyone who is really passionate about ancient history knows that feeling of a subtle adrenaline rush caused by an unexpected discovery. I had that kind of sensation recently, seeing for the first time… Continue reading

In search of the origins of Kalash

In the remote valleys of Hindu Kush, on the border between Afghanistan and Pakistan and more precisely in the region known to locals as Chitral, lives an enigmatic tribe of Kalash. Almost everything… Continue reading

Aryan and Scythian origins of Serbs and Croats

Theory of Aryan origins of Serbs and Croats is nothing new. There have been quite a few works published on this topic by local and foreign authors. I decided to take as a… Continue reading

Armenia, homeland of the Germans?

According to Online etymology dictionary “Germany” means: “of the same parents or grandparents,” c. 1300, from Old French germain “own, full; born of the same mother and father; closely related” (12c.), from Latin… Continue reading

Who (when and how) was the first to “discover” America?

It all started by tracing the appearance of Swastika in ancient cultures. Tracing it’s early origins in both Americas I started a research on some of the native tribes. My first take was… Continue reading