Category Archive: Slavs

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

Garden of Eden in astrotheology

Polaris is currently very close to the north celestial pole, and for this reason it is our North star. But this was not always the case. Due to the phenomena known as precession… Continue reading

Axis mundi / tree of life explained

Hello friends! Before we get deeper into the topic of archaeo-astronomy and its impact on the ancient beliefs we need to define some basics. One of the starting points is definitely the so-called “axis mundi”… Continue reading

Thracian Ezerovo ring inscription

After flourishing for several millennia on the Balkan peninsula, Thracian language ceased to exist somewhere around the 5th century AD. Thracian was without any doubt an Indo-European language, but scholars are still indecisive… Continue reading

On Fomorians, Pomeranians and Sea people

According to Wikipedia, The Fomorians (Old Irish: Fomoire, Modern Irish: Fomhóraigh) are a supernatural race in Irish mythology. They are often portrayed as hostile and monstrous beings who come from the sea or… 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.

Was Kiev founded by Khazars?

A magnificent city of Kiev, one of the oldest cities of Eastern Europe and most important Slavic cities of all times has a really long history whose beginnings are long forgotten. There is… 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

Slavic loanwords in Albanian language

Before you start reading: My only merit here was to copy the text from Wiktionary (first list) and leave the link for each word in the end, as a reference. The second list… 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