Organic Magyar Linguistics.
The Untenability Of Present Day Hungarian Linguistics
The Basic Concepts Of Organic Linguistics
The development of language, its growth cannot be separated from the life of the individuals using it and from their environment. An inseparable organic bond ties them into one unit and together they can lead back the interested researcher to the dawn of creation.
As the language forms an organic unit with the body, the organic body functions that guide the body become part of the language also.
The prerequisite of transmitting thoughts is the existence of a transmitting agent.
The starting point of thought - from the point of view of life-development - is not known by today’s scientists and thus far only humans were given the elevated status of intellectual beings. This narrow definition is beginning to expand in our days and maybe a future generation will notice that our human development was not the proud fact of a nicely-moving thumb but the creative thought of which our bodies are only an instrument, molded according to our needs. The modern scientist, whose world view explains matter through matter, becomes insecure and even scared at the immense distances our thoughts can offer because he knows that, the instant he makes the first step toward the world of thoughts, he must bid farewell to the narrow little world of microscopes and instruments of which until now he has been the ruler, like the tiny life forms in a drop of water. Once this journey begins, it will take us sooner or later to the thought behind the Word of creation and to universality.
This subconscious knowledge is immensely larger than our present conscious state and it played a far greater role at the beginning of our lives than we are able to imagine today. We call its occasional manifestations “superconscious” and place it most often into the cheap entertainment category of psychic phenomena. Only rarely is it examined by a daring scientist as subject of a scientific study within the realm of psychology. Interestingly, the content of this superconscious and the subconscious meet at the base of the pyramid, at the level of universal consciousness. This consciousness is the first to realize the world and sends the thought onto its journey of which – in human affairs – the end expression is Man. This Man – with the exception of a few inspired individuals – locks himself away from the knowledge that is his, which began at the first moment of his consciousness, which is the originator of his existence and the preserver of his life. The result of this action is his constant sense of incompleteness, which he tries to satisfy with material goods. The futility of this action is well demonstrated by today’s world of “consciousness expansion” through material means and its complete failure. Man feels that once he was able to achieve through the totality of his life all the things which he is now able to achieve only through limited material means – telephone, radio, TV, space ships – etc. This state of affairs is much like the fate of the sorcerer’s apprentice who started a sequence of actions but was unable to stop it.
The first originator of our thought-sharing processes – as I can perceive it today – is embedded in our consciousness and it is independent of the media, which we call material world. Our consciousness is at home in the infinite. Its tool is thought; the instrument of thought is matter. The endless possibilities of the infinite are still alive within us in our childhood and it even gives expression of to its existence within the symbolism of the child’s environment. Like “I see a child looking into the mirror which shows a child looking into the mirror....”, or “I am sitting in a movie where the audience sees on the screen an audience which....” and so on. The child realizes the infinite as a personal experience, which he cradles within himself. This consciousness of the child awaits answers and cultivation so he may rise to the fullness of his human capabilities in the name of universal life of which he is a rightful heir. Today we realize some of this talent in the lives of our inspired artists who even as grown ups remember that the buds of spring sprout from their being. An unbelievably beautiful world would open up in front of our eyes if we were to base our lives on full consciousness. Consciousness makes its home in the world of ideals and beauty, goodness and harmony. Love is its nurturing soil and the thought that preserved its original consciousness will bring these about in our material world also. The nurturing of this talent should be the basic goal of childhood education. In Magyar context we are still aware of the once existing schools of ancient priests and wise men and their methods of teaching. Arnold Ipolyi, a priest, linguist and ethnographer talks about these in detail in his Magyar mythologia (Magyar Mythology) and this may have been the reason that his church superiors did not give their blessing to his monumental work which could have heralded in a new age. In ancient times – up to the times of the so called historical age – before a Magyar child stepped out into the world from the protective environment of his family, he spent years in a holy community, where he studied, perfected his knowledge and elevated his talent to connect with the universal to the highest degree. In other words: they made the body, which is the instrument of, capable of accepting the knowledge received from the universal in the name of love that always creates. With such preparation the body, and within it the brain, is made capable of processing the universal knowledge which he needs and can apply in his present environment. There is an old Magyar saying that “the knowledge was poured into his head with a funnel” which saying – I believe – is a very picturesque expression of the process of how consciousness becomes thought.
Returning to linguistics, we see that the prerequisite of thought, which is consciousness, is a gift that was given not only to human beings. On the level of pure consciousness the world is in constant connection with all participants of creation. From experience we know that our favorite dog, or other pet close to us has proven several times over that he is aware of our thoughts. Magyar ancestral memories know of a time when human beings understood the language of the animals and knew that the waves of the Sea of Heaven transmit the Song of Creation. They perceived that the grapes talk, the peaches ring out and the sun and the high heavens are loud and the dawn laughs. These words are not an empty poetic imagery but the product of a refined sense that perceives the waves of creation. Through their inherited talents and teaching, they helped to maintain this level of consciousness, to use it in case of need to help creation, even in our days.
Presently we walk like blind and even more like deaf people since our lives are attached to materiality. But, even so, we realize that our actions are sometimes dictated by “the spirit of our time”. Similar artistic creations, humanitarian efforts, music emerge at great distances, from people who do not know one another. But we have absolutely no idea what waves our planet passes through at any given moment and what effects they have upon our lives, our consciousness, our psyche and what our role is within these, because the universal knowledge cannot surface in our lives.
Our Magyar heritage recognizes consciousness as being above space and time and its participants used it in this manner. The frequent motif of our children’s stories is the exclamation: “Hip-hop I’ll be there where I want to be”. This was an accepted, daily reality at the time of king Atilla and, according to a Christmas song, this method of travel is still practiced in County Baranya Hungary in our days.
Concerning the development of the transmission of thoughts, I spoke of a sequence, where the necessary prerequisite is the desire to communicate. The desire, the feeling is already attached to matter. The prerequisite to the birth of sound is the presence of matter and its ability to contain. According to Magyar traditions, the knowledge built into the language is connected with materiality; the capacity to contain, to enfold is a maternal and material quality. Light and energy are masculine concepts. The two are interchangeable according to physics and within the structure of the Magyar language too. [Erő=force, erőny=energy, anyag=matter. Here the Magyar word for energy (erőny) is a composite of the word force (erő) and matter (anyag)].
The use of sounds in the Magyar language is never arbitrary but a reality presented by the strict principles that are operational within the forces of creation and ancient consciousness. First grade writing exercises in Magyar schools frequently contained the following words, side by side: „úr, ír” (the lord, to write). Writers and poets frequently used this chance exercise in the practice of the letter R in a socio-economic sense mostly in connection with Hungary’s welfare problems. From the point of linguistics the words „Úr” (Lord) and „Űr”(space) fully express the interplay of thought and matter as they arise from the realm of consciousness.
The first instance when consciousness touches matter, the first feeling and the first pre-speech thought is born which forms matter. The meeting of the two brings about the need and desire for communication, the first consciously created sound which shouts the joy of life into the Universe. Out of this, the first textless simple tune is born, as music theorist and teacher Dániel Mindszenty stated. Writing – in the context of human life – appears only later, when matter, which forms our bodies, has become an obedient tool along with our nicely-flexing thumb. The pre-speech and pre-literacy world of humans was the land of ideals and we are destined to transplant this world into our present world. Our first thought transmitting tool was the song, born of the harmony of sounds, and the dance.
From a biological point of view, we now know that the developing embryo is very sensitive to sounds even in its earliest stages of development, and it also responds to sounds in an appropriate manner: the noise called modern music leaves a negative influence upon its development. The unimaginably lovely cradle songs of the Magyar peasant society, their text, their melody, their rhythm and mood changed the child’s environment to become even more beautiful, more complete, beginning in the womb of its mother and continues in the lovely songs of his/her grown up years, all designed to encourage the positive emotions and actions. As comparison let me mention one of these Magyar songs and then an English lullaby:
Tente baba tente Rock a bye baby, rock a bye
aludj szívem szentje sleep my heart’s little saint
alszik a viola the violas are sleeping
csicsijja, bubujja hush baby hush.
(It is hardly possible to translate the tender words that are derived from imitating nature’s hushed tones, like the last two words of the paragraph.)
The English cradle song:
Rock a bye baby on the tree top
places fear and violence into the center of the child’s world with no soft place on which to fall.
Interestingly, a modern disease called Alzheimer’s Disease gives us a glimpse into the language development of human beings. The sufferers of AD seem to roll back their speech capacity and life functions all the way to the cradle. Part of this regression is the regression of their capacity to think and to speak to an age when they were not able to form words at will. When their speech fails they still can express their feelings through songs. Melody remains their tool and when this fails, motions express the feelings within their retreating world: a gentle stroke means good and a hug means love.
As we reach the end station of our lives, the last dominion that stays with us is the world of sounds. It is with sounds we bid our last farewell before we enter the world of pure consciousness.
Following this line of thought we can safely state that the basis of our human speech is harmony and song.
The process of speech is the following:
Thought —> desire (directed toward expression) —> sound, enclosed into a textless song —> modified sound (meaning constructed from one sound) —> monosyllabic words created with the use of several sounds —> a one-word sentence (question, or statement) —> enlarged sentences —> modified sentences (poems).
1. The thought is still free; it does not have any material prerequisites.
2. The desire, the need to communicate is already directed toward matter and it desires to radiate, to divide and share of its essence.
3. The prerequisite of the sound is the existence of matter, since there can be no sound without it. There are
a. sounds that express feelings and send their joy or pain into the big wide world. Vowels become fixed at this point and it is also the beginning point of melodies.
b. sounds that are based upon observation and the imitation of the sounds of the material world. The birth of consonants takes place at this time. This is also the first appearance of sounds that originate from an object outside the speaker and achieve marked importance in our phonetics. One such example is the hard K sound of stones as they hit one another, and later during the tool-making period. The stabilized K sound of stone and hardness (kő, kemény) will form the word ÉK (wedge). Since splitting a stone produces many wedges (ékek), the K became the marker of plurality also.
4. the modified sound is purposely created to express a certain, already stabilized meaning. The sound „A” expresses amazement, surprise, the „Ó” expresses reverence. In the Magyar language this later became also the word to express antiquity. It is a logical progression since this sound gave expression to the reverence when seeing the first light of creation.
A later development ties the vowels and the consonants together. The Magyar image of God and anything essential to maintain life belongs in this ancient word formation of one vowel and one consonant [(Ég (God), Úr (Lord), Ős (ancestor), Él (lives), etc.]. This ancient time is the time of beginning.
The name of the Son of God, who is active participant in creation, (in essence he is the Creator: compare the roles of force and energy) is formed by monosyllabic, bi-, or multi-consonantal words.
According to the above, from the Magyar linguistic point of view the “In the beginning was the Word” (Íge) is an unbelievably accurate statement.
The monosyllabic words — due to the influences of environment and occupation — shift toward a certain consonantal group, which remains dominant from here on. This is the base of the individual linguistic groups’ mode of expression. The importance of Adorján Magyar’s sixteen ancient consonantal groups lies within this realization, which makes these groups the base of all human language.
5. The one-word sentence ties the modified sounds to a meaning and uses it as such regularly. This is a later period of language-evolution. The base of the later multi-word sentences is already present, which is the matter-space-time continuum and a multitude of expressions of emotions.
6. The extended sentence already explains, teaches, defines.
7. The modified sentences are born due to a need for beauty. The simple passing on of thoughts is not enough. There is a need to do this by expressing beauty, through rhythm and harmony. The people who formed the ancient sentences still remembered the original meaning of sounds and their meaning was amplified with rhythms and rhymes. In our days the linguist and poet Dénes Kiss does groundbreaking work in this line.
Today’s linguists do not take the ancient layers of language into consideration and concentrate solely upon the later products of language development, neglecting their ancient origin. This method may be compared to the work of an archeologist who strives to understand the thinking of the ancients through present day artifacts. Even though all layers of the past are enshrined in today’s objects, the questions of when, why and how cannot be answered and much research is needed to answer with certainty.
Writing is also born from a desire to communicate and here too most of the stages of language development are present.
THE PROCESS OF LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT:
Thought —> desire (centered upon the need to communicate) —>the need to communicate becomes permanent —> the manipulating of matter is the base of bringing the thought into the material world —> modification of sound, —> bringing the imagery of material change into focused reality —> attaching the image to sound.
We can observe the following in connection with the process of language development:
The organic connection between sound and matter.
The use of matter which is outside of the body and the sound that is attached to it, – like the hard “K” sound and the form of the chips of stone (kő, ék) which were created by knocking two stones together – satisfied the aesthetic need of a person at the beginning. It was at this time that the sharp angles of the stone were recognized in other objects too – like the wedge shaped head of a wolf or dog – and this form was used as decoration: zigzag lines on Neolithic statues and pottery and even a dog’s head on one of the ancient houses in Hungary, where a dog’s head became part of the ornamental structure of a roof. The jagged lines of broken stones became ingrained in the aesthetic nature of this group of people and remained their symbol through the ages. Consequently we can state that the manipulation of matter is the basis of both the sound formation and of writing and the first step in their creation.
The image-saving capacity of manipulated matter – which is its innate characteristic – brings about the further development of writing. When the three sounds of láb (leg) consistently mean a leg the first pictograph is born at a time when its communication becomes necessary for some reason.
The wedge shape, which was born from the aesthetic need of its creator, was soon attached to sound also and it became the letter K in the Székely-Magyar rovás (runic writing).
The material base and image forming capacity of a manipulated sound depends on the region’s environment, the work of its creator, etc. and so these symbols slowly become the symbols of that particular group or extended family. The names and symbols of Adorjan Magyar’s ancient linguistic groups become fixed at this point of development. This realization is groundbreaking in mankind’s self-realization and it becomes its new base.
By the time a culture reaches the stage of pottery making, sculpting, ceremonial burials these symbols are already fixed. Some sampling of these burials from ancient times through the Bronze Age clearly show the presence of this ingrained symbolism of the Carpathian lands.
So the ancient vessels used at burials and their symbols are not arbitrary but the particular design on an urn tells us about the ethnic group to which a person belongs, just as much as today’s written scripts on headstones. Prof. Lajos Szántai reminds us that the grave-goods are not for the use of dead in the afterlife but are teaching tools directed toward the enlightenment of later generations.
The basis of language development is the song born out of the harmony of sounds of the Universe. The basis of writing is art. In both instances the participants have to know fully the nature of the material they work with and they have to have a desire toward beauty and order. In both instances they will need a fully developed symbolism. In the case of speech, they need fully developed sounds, which they can replicate at will; in the case of writing, they need consciously selected lines. The end result of both is a changed environment, which is the result of a changed mood. The Hungarian author, Sándor Márai, mentioned in his diary that one never remains the same after listening to music, which first takes apart the components of the listener’s real or imaginary world and creates a new one from it.
Harry Bober, professor of art at Harvard University, published a small booklet in 1953 in which he talks about the development of writing.
He explains that, in correct speech, the proper inflection of the voice is important to convey a meaning correctly. The artist has a problem similar to that of the writer, since he cannot use his voice to do this job. Instead he has to use the proper lines, colors and shapes to convey the meaning of his art.
Later Bober says that whether it is recognized today or not, art has a basic vocabulary also, which consists of lines, and one is just as familiar with the meaning of these lines as with the spoken word. He shows three lines, one zigzag line, a flowing wave-like line, and an irregular line. He says nobody would fail the exam as to the meaning of these lines, even if he were confronted with them for the first time. Anyone would recognize that one line is full of angles which may represent thorns or fences; the flowing lines are connected with an image of flowing hair and quiet waters and the third, irregular, jagged line is full of tension, and may represent the running-about of nervous people.
According to the above, the beginning of art is the first consciously used line. I mentioned this earlier but I am repeating it because of its importance in understanding our human heritage: The point where the first consciously used sound and the first consciously used line meet is the mirror image of the environment where this developing culture lives, in the first language of mankind.
In this language every sound had its own meaning which was derived from the observation of nature. To deny this would be just as foolish as to suppose that the individual numbers don’t carry a meaning and they derive their meaning only within a mathematical procedure.
I also mentioned earlier that the organization of sounds, the formation of words is discussed at length in Adorján Magyar’s „Az Ősműveltség”. Right now I will mention only a few examples.
The first Magyar agricultural society, which lived a creative and productive life, recognized, through inherited consciousness that creation’s most perfect form is the globe, which in their language was called mag (a round kernel). The Sun is a mag of which our solar system and our earth were born, just as the little round kernels of which the life sustaining fruit tree, the meggy (sour-cherry) is born, which has a gömb (globe) shape along with its flowers which grow in round bouquets on its branches.
When we translate these into sounds, we have to realize that the ancient Magyar “G-M” word group uses the soft “G” sound, which is still part of a developing baby’s first sounds. It also brings to mind the soft lines of a globe and it is one with the concept and sound of rolling (görög). This G is also the base of the name of cumulus clouds (gomoly), the round fruits and bulbs, which carry and sustain their lives (gyümölcs and gumó), all of which are the reciprocals of the original mag (round seed). Low, rolling hills, fruit trees, and quietly gurgling brooks round up their environment.
The “M” is the happy sound when man first realized the ownership of something pleasant: “Mmmmmmm” — it is the joyous sound of a baby suckling the sweetness of mother’s breast. The “A” is the sound of ancient matter (anyag) before it came into contact with creation’s light. The “Á” sound on the other hand is full of light, warmth and admiration. Its Universe is the endlessness of a quiet sky (“ÉG”). The sounds of ÉG reveal life (É) and warmth (G). Everything is full of harmony, full of perfection and order in the Magyar ancient world.
The hardened form of the above M-G changed into the “K-M” sound due to the people’s changed environment, which instead of rolling hills incorporated the edgy, hard world of mountains, cliffs, glaciers and fir trees. Each of these contained the wedge (ék) form of split stones. The dominant zigzag line is the regularly repeated image of a well-formed wedge. The reciprocal of the wedge (ék) is the Magyar name of the stone: kő, and both are the product of the original “K” sound which helped the concept of hardness to manifest in our three-dimensional world. All the ancient onomatopoeic words denoting hardness begin with the same ancient K: kő (stone), kavics (pebble), koccan (knocking sound given out by the touch of two hard objects), kopog (to knock). This is the sound of a patriarchal society that has to eke out a living in a new, hardened environment. So the K became also the base for the word hím and kan, meaning the masculine concept (hím) and individual maleness (kan), and the name of their society (Hun, Kun).
The form of the split stone wedges gave rise – as mentioned earlier – to the form of the letter K in the Székely-Magyar rovás (runic writing). The multiple wedges ensuing from the process of splitting stones gave rise to the sign of multiplicity in the Magyar language, which is the K (Ék = wedge, ékek = wedges).
The basic consonant of an agricultural society is the susurration of windblown wheat fields: SSSSS (in Magyar spelling: SZ) Their basic lines form the oblong body of a kernel of wheat (szem), which is the same as the form of our eyes (szem). The eye permits light to enter; the wheat kernel cradles the life-giving light within its own body. The ancients knew that the primal form of the Sun was the same eye form (szem), as that of the wheat kernel, and for this reason they called the Sun Szem-úr (Lord of the eye). This Sun bore all its planet children. The matriarchal branch of this culture perceived the Sun as a loving mother and this concept is still present in the German form die Sonne; patriarchal societies believed that out of the side of the male Sun arose a flower (virág), which gave birth to our world (világ). Later misunderstood fragments of this concept found their way to the Adam and Eve rib story. This same concept remained unchanged from ancient times within the English language as Sun, its high season as Summer. They called themselves the children of Szem, which is Szemere, who carry the light and life giving properties of Szem, the Sun. The external female organ (szemérem) forms an eye shape also, as does the island to which this group of people tied their origins, which on the other hand is the mirror image of the great island within the visible branches of the Milky Way. The word szemérmes (bashful) belongs in this group, but it is a cultural word. The seeds of men belong in this category and appear as semen in the English language, as does seminare (to plant) in the Latin. The life-sustaining fruit of the Szemere was the som (cornel), a red, eye-shaped, tart berry. They called their home Somogy, which means the land of the som berries. They may also have called it the reciprocal of the S-m consonants, the M-s, like Moson. Both Somogy and Moson are still the names of counties in Hungary and the names of several towns.
The vocabulary and the symbols, which reflect the original environment of these above mentioned groups, can easily be recognized in other languages also, no matter how far the original bearer of this culture wandered from his home. The Magyar group always maintained its dotted or raised globe-like designs along with the original wavy lines just as the Hun-Kun peoples preserved their zigzag, the Szemere their eye-motifs and their derivatives along with the basic sound and word groups which were based upon them. A huge word group surrounded these ancient concepts showing the importance and also the antiquity of these sounds. The presence of a sound and the corresponding word is the gene marker of a people’s culture. But while the genetic markers talk only about the material characteristics of a group, the sound or the voice tells us about the nature of their environment, the customs of their society, their beliefs and language and, above all, their picture of the Universe which they preserved in their consciousness, and its connection with the then and now.
I will mention a few samples of such word groups from Adorján Magyar’s „Az ősműveltség”:
The G-M (Magyar) word group’s words:
Ég —is the word for God and the Universe
Íge — the Word of God, which is creation itself.
Igaz — light, truth
Igi, ügy — the apple of the eye. The ancient representations of humans show the very distinctive round eyes, which denote the ethnicity of these people.
Egy — the concept of one and God
Ügek — the name of the “old God”, the God of antiquity. Its base is Ük, which means a distant ancestor.
Óg —a vaulted building, which imitates the dome of the sky
Ág, aga — branch. It was the first tool of the agricultural people, which was made of wood or the discarded antler of a dear. This agricultural tool was in use from the most ancient times in the Carpathian Basin. The shape of this tool became the form of A in the Székely-Magyar rovás writing.
Ag, ug, mag, méh, — these all mean land, earth.
Mag — a round kernel, such as the cherry pit. It is the name of a unifocal geometrical form and symbol of masculine concepts. The Sun was considered a mag, from which life grew.
Magyar — originally it meant man of the seed, a son of God, a human being. Its variation, written with “K” is Makar which means happy in ancient Greek. Magor or Makar -- Sungod was the “Happy God” of Magyar lore. The saying still lives on: Szegény ember szándékát Boldog Isten birja: “The plans of poor men are tended to by our Happy God.”
Gyöngy — round kernel and also a pearl. Gyöngy-virág (lit.: flower of pearl = lily of the valley) was the Magyar group’s symbol of Mother Earth, Mother of Life.
Gyümölcs -— reciprocal form of the mag (kernel) and the life that grows out of it.
Gyám, gyombó — a walking stick with rounded head, made of specifically grown wood. It was the weapon of the Magyars in ancient times.
Gomoly - originally it meant the ancient nebulae of which our world condensed. Today it means a cumulus cloud.
The K-N (Kún) word group’s basic vocabulary.
Kő — stone, which begins with the sound of hardness.
ék — wedge. It was their first tool
kan (a male), hím (masculine gender),— masculine concepts.
makk — acorn, masculine symbol
ne, nő — female
Kám — male ancestor of the Kun-Magyar people.
kitta — arrow
The M-N word group was at home in the material world and this word group expresses the concepts of God and life sustaining materials. It is also connected with walking and wandering.
Mén — stallion. Its white variety is the symbol of the constantly wandering moon. It is also the name of the ancestral father of their migrating societies..
Menny — heaven. It is not the endless Universe (Ég) of the Magyar group, but a clearly defined place, a country.
mony — an egg. It also meant the egg-shape of the Universe.
monnó — their ancient word of one
manó — man
manyó — old woman
menyecske — young woman
Female concepts here are connected with water and moistness:
nedű, mut, mat, mad — words of wetness of mother, and female concepts.
nád — reed, which grows on wet lands
Nádszál kisasszony — the Magyar “Reed Princess” and the Egyptian fairy, Neit are the same.
Sz-M (Szemere) word group’s basic vocabulary:
Szem — eye. It is also their name for the Sun.
szem — eye, organ of sight.
szem — the oblong seed of cereal plants, such as wheat, oat, etc.
szunnyad, szumnyad — to slumber, which is represented in their art as a partially or fully closed eye.
som — cornel cherry, a red, tart, oblong fruit. It has two variants: one variety has one seed, which is a masculine symbol, and there is also a thorny bush, where the fruits have several seeds and thus they became the female symbols of this society.
szemcse — granule
szám — number
számos — numerous. The seeds of wheat (szem) are encased in a pod of 3 x 6 rows. The number six has become the base of their numeral system. In their carved writing (rovás) the numbers were in the shape of wheat seeds. Their later Sumerian culture preserved the six-based numerical system.
szemel — to pick something one-by-one
számol — to count
szánt — to till, which makes the earth ready to grow wheat.
szamár — donkey. It was Szemúr’s symbolic animal. Its Christianized version is the story: “Why is a cross on the donkey’s back?” in which Jesus assumes the role of the ancient Szemúr. The answer is: Because he sat on the back of the donkey. The symbol of light and sun was the cross in Magyar mythology and it was unmistakably present on the donkey’s back.
The K-R (Körös) word group’s basic vocabulary:
kör — a circle. It is a two-dimensional expression, or projection of the three dimensional globe.
kering — to revolve
kerekedik — to rise. It is the result of a striving toward perfection.
keres — looking for something, walking round about.
kerek — round.
kar — arm
karol — to embrace
Károly — a personal name. In ancient times it meant an eagle, along with the word:
király — king
köröz — to circle something
kér — to ask. A reply is needed to round out the information.
kérd — as above
kérés — request
kéreg — a hard shell, as the bark of the tree.
kor — a unit of time, an age, as in the Latin aetas.
karaj — a round slice of something (like a slice of bread).
köröm — nail
karom — claw, the long, circular claw of birds and some animals.
kert — garden, an enclosed territory.
karika, kerék — hoop, wheel, the material manifestation of a line which returns within itself.
karima — the upper edge of a round vessel
korsó — a round pitcher
körös — denotes a circular path of a drawing, a river, etc.
ÍGE — THE WORD OF GOD
As we have seen the prerequisite of the spread of sound is the presence of matter. Since matter plays a focal role in the creation of sounds I include sounds into the world of symbols just as much as the symbols of later ages where matter takes on a much denser substance to help create vessels, statues, and writing which are also the tools of transmitting thoughts. All these symbols carry the main characteristics of matter: Matter can be formed, it is receptive, it remembers and nurtures. These characteristics elevated matter to symbolize motherhood and this knowledge has been made part of the language structure also as the words anya and anyag indicate. Similarly one finds it in the Sz-M word group’s category as mother and matter. The word mother-tongue expresses the knowledge of matter’s role in language formation and has nothing to do with the now presumed social factors as the background indicator of this word. The word mother-tongue is not the result of a patriarchal-matriarchal strife for superiority, but a careful observation of the processes of nature and creation. Since we mentioned social factors one has to realize that mothers, women were the guardians and transmitters of ancient traditions through their songs, stories, prayers and embroideries to their children, answering the innate call of matter.
In order for matter to be born and take its place in the Universe we need a Creator and a created world in which God expresses himself; consciousness, which cradles in its ancient layers a universal awakening of universal proportions and intellect, which is able to transmit this knowledge and serve creation through it. Everything follows this same pattern, the development of language and symbols too, since the ancients expressed the wonders of creation in beautiful imagery. Let me show a few examples:
The old Christmas traditions are of ancient origin, and their images can be found in early Paleolithic drawings and in Christmas oriented ceremonies, songs and prayers even today. Here the main participant is the Cock (Kokas): “...The Cock spoke and called for Mary: wake up, wake up beautiful Virgin...” When scientists could not come to an agreement what came first, the chicken, or the egg they jokingly asked a Magyar peasant about his thoughts. The old man answered without hesitation: the rooster came first. The scientists took this answer as a joke, laughed and let it rest until the story found its way into an ethnographer’s collection. Yet researching the language one finds the deeper truth in this answer. The call of the Cock awakened pre-creation’s virgin matter, our original Sleeping Beauty. The ancient mother of creation, the Great Madonna who bore the world and light (világ), who became Mary in the much later Christian times. According to this knowledge, the Creator brought forth matter from the depths of his own body just the same way as we scatter our own matter into the world with every breath we take, along with our words. Later sound waves transmit the gentler waves of a settled Universe, symbolized by the song of Égúr’s (God’s) Ágas (stag), Ákos, who is the Miracle Stag, Guiding Stag of the Magyars.
The voice of the Cock breaks into the world like an explosion, utilizing the K sound as it first reaches primordial matter. Later the rooster also becomes the symbol of the dawn and of fire. So the first word of the Cock also meant the time of the first dawn, which interrupted the unchanged silence of pre-creation, when the Creator’s eternal rest gave way to Light. The breaking of the dawn presupposes a force, which brought matter and sound to the surface.
Magyar ancestors perceived that the dawn “laughs” (kacag), and they knew about the “loudness of high heaven”. It is not difficult to conclude that God’s first expression was a hearty laugh, which is the highest expression of the joy of life. The word kacag (to laugh) also means light, shine. Thus God’s Firstborn was Light.
Ancestral memories tell us that our ancients were aware of the fact that waves transmit sounds and in their consciousness the entire Universe laughed, rang, talked and while speaking, it scattered itself into the Universe.
The November issue of the 1997 American Discovery Magazine’s article, the Echo of the Big Bang” talks about two different kinds of light, which were born at the time of the Big Bang. The first light was born in the instant of the first explosion; the other, now visible light was born around the time when nebulae started to take on shape. Later it also stated that the Universe is a very bright and noisy place because of this secondary light and its radiation. Remember the Magyar word kacag, which means both to laugh and to shine: this “modern” knowledge was encoded into the language at the time of its birth. And finally: “…the undulation of matter is barely more than sound waves in an immense, expanding plasma.” We have to stand in awe before the knowledge of the ancients, as all this was preserved in their language and traditions, which talk about the noise of the high heavens and the laughing, and shiny break of dawn..
God’s word in Magyar is expressed by the word Íge, which is verb and noun at the same time to indicate the undifferentiated aspects of force and matter in Creation.
In connection with the word Ég (God, sky, Universe) and wave motions it is important to talk about the two different kinds of seas of Magyar lore: Ég tengere (the sea of heaven), and the Óperenciás tenger (the sea called Óperenciás).
The word Ég means the endless Universe and God. The sea of Heaven (Ég) tells us that our ancients knew that the Universe is filled with waves: the waves of Life — which we mention today only according to their different properties as light, heat, magnetism, electricity, thought, emotion, mentioning only a few — heave and fulfill their creative job which uphold the Universe. The knowledge that this energy, in its capacity of the Creator, is One, became part of human consciousness at the time of creation. They called this One, universal energy the Son of God, Little Son (Fiacska), Radiant God, Beautiful God, Happy God and a thousand other names which reflect a very personal and loving knowledge of the Creator. This energy, which created the world, is, according to the ancients, Life, which arrived on the wings of Light. The earlier mentioned double feature of light supports this view. The first light of the Big Bang is Life; the later light brings Life to the world. God, who lives in a constant Universe, expresses his essence with the transmission of Life. The Universe of solitude is filled with constant change, opposites of hot and cold, fire and water, dualities that cuddle close to one another as instruments of creation. An old Magyar minstrel song tells us with these words:
The Ocean of the Universe is in constant motion
Whispering legends of God’s creation
Always-new songs ever changing
Always-old songs, everlasting.
The instrument of transmitting Life is Light, in which there is complete balance of force and matter; each received later different roles in creation.
The P-R word group’s Óperenciás Sea belongs in the two-consonantal category, which already utilizes matter that appeared in the process of creation. The words in the P-R word group express some kind of transitory state, which I will explain later. For now, the word Óperenciás is connected with the idea of twirling (pereg) and our ancients knew that this sea is attached to the twirling, rotating Earth: it is the layers of moisture, the clouds and all the waters on this globe which twirl with the earth and earthly oceans. The Earth rotates, the oceans rotate, and the atmosphere rotates at the same time and this knowledge again was built into the structure of the language. Worldly scientists, incapable of viewing language and the world in an organic manner, came up with the idea that the name of the Óperenciás Sea has been derived from the name Ober-Enns, a non-existing name of a non-existing place. According to Mór Ballagi, linguist and ethnographer the Óperenciás Sea is an “uncertain place which is very, very far from here”, and became synonymous with a great distance. It was not this sea a great distance away, but those who traveled beyond it, as was the case in many of the old stories, which are testimony to the fact that our ancestors did travel beyond the Earth and her atmosphere, a feat that is ascribed only to the travelers of our 20th century. They were able to complete travels “beyond the Óperenciás Sea” without machines with the help of their ancient and refined consciousness.
After this necessary detour, let us examine the statement I made, that the human consciousness absorbed all the events and experiences from the beginning of creation and later it made this knowledge part of the language. How is this possible? We can answer this question, always to the limits of our present day knowledge, with the help of the Magyar language. Presently, the new findings of quantum physics help us realize the depth and yes: the power of knowledge enshrined in the Magyar language. I would like to give some examples showing the organic connection between the knowledge of today’s physics and the Magyar language by quoting some statements from the XII. Chapter of my book Kezdeteink (Our Beginnings).
In Magyar Language and Quantum Physics
„...Humans of the Fairy Age, also referred to as the Golden Age, were at home in the land of universal consciousness. They knew and understood the forces that keep our world moving and Man consciously served the forces of creation, and through it he was a conscious part of Life Universal.
They recognized the parents of creation as the invisible Ancient Force (Ős-Erő) who stands above creation, symbolized in a dark coat decorated with stars, and the Ancient Matter (Ős-anyag) who was symbolized in white attire. The product of their immaculate embrace was Life, which arrived on the wings of light. Life contains the properties of the parents – force and matter – in perfect equilibrium. They made this knowledge part of the structure of their language too.
Ar — force and the masculine element of creation
Any — matter and the female element of creation
AR + ANY — the complete balance of the two as expressed in
ARANY — which is Light
Should someone accuse me of the arbitrary use of language I would like to quote some of the findings of modern physics dealing with the questions of Life and Light.
„..Today’s scientists can perform many experiments that together reveal a great diversity of properties in matter. Some of these properties suggest that matter is continuous, with a wave-like characteristic. Others suggest that matter is discrete... it follows that matter is both particulate and wave-like.... at the present time we can only accept the dual nature of matter, and the inherent uncertainty that goes with it.” 
Force and motion:
5. “ Force, torque. There are many kinds of force, but the name can be applied to any physical agency that causes (or tries to cause) a body to change its state of motion or internal strain..” 
Magyar language sharply distinguishes between force and energy (erő and erőny). It holds fast to the concept that Force is universal in its effect.
“Energy is the capacity of a body or system for doing work.” 
Magyar consciousness knows of only one, universal energy, which is Life. All other forms of energy as mentioned in science today (physical, chemical energies, etc.) are but a part of this universal energy.
“Light is an electromagnetic wave, that is, a wave whose carrier oscillations and fluctuations in the value of the electric and magnetic field strengths at each point along the path of the light ray. These carrier oscillations are perpendicular to the direction of travel of the wave, and hence light is an example of a transverse wave (sound waves are longitudinal waves)... When a light ray interacts with matter, energy is absorbed from the ray in finite bundles or quanta, which are best described in terms of wave packets. These quanta of light are called photons. Since photons can be thought as particles of light, light is regarded as having a dual nature — particles or waves.”
The Magyar symbol of light is the isosceles cross (+). It was believed to symbolize the two crossed sticks with which the ancients generated fire.
But, according to the above, the isosceles cross leads us to a far more ancient thought. It symbolizes the crossed path of light. The symbol of fire was the isosceles cross turned on its side: x and clearly differentiated between the two: the limited, earthly fire and that of universal light. It is by no accident that the former (+) symbol is used in mathematics as a sign of the positive, of adding, increasing, and we still cross out something with the symbol x.
The symbol of the ancient Magyar priest, the Gyula, - whose duty was to maintain light, both spiritual and physical - was a bundle of rods, which may well represent the above mentioned “energy bundles”. In some agricultural regions bundles of wheat are called Jesus, whose role is identical with the pre Roman Christian Lord of the Seed. Magyar archaic prayers mention that these “bundles” are bundles of light. For further information see my study on the Magyar Christmas (Karácsony). All these Magyar linguistic connections clearly express the double nature of light and today’s scientists hold true the same facts. One must keep in mind that all these scientific data were embedded into the Magyar language at its birth, thousands of years before today’s science began, and this knowledge is a reflection of the Golden Age, the Age of Light.
“What is life? Life is the most complex state of organization of matter known in the Universe.”
“The simple chains of amino acids are called polypeptides. The proteins, the fundamental constituents of the living cells, are very special polypeptides. Not only does each protein have a very specific construction, but also it is folded into a special three-dimensional configuration, which it maintains as long as it is biologically active. The properties of the protein molecule cannot be deduced from its chemical constitution alone; the properties depend crucially on the natural selection operating at a pre-biological stage, favouring the formation of a small class of important proteins.”
According to fragments of Magyar origin-sagas that have survived, God’s Son, who is Life, at the beginning of his creative role, descended into the depths of the Universe and brought up all the slumbering seeds. His father scattered these seeds upon the created world. Depending on where these seeds fell, they became plants, or fish, or land animals and finally men. Here we find the concept of the pre-biological selection process of today’s science. The fact that life on this earth depends upon its three dimensional structure opens further vistas to the Magyar saying: “Three is the Magyar truth” („Három a magyar igazság”) especially when we take into consideration that the Magyar word for truth, and light is the same (ég/ig). According to scientists as long as a protein is biologically active, in other words, as long as it is alive, it works according to such a triple structure.
“The way in which protein molecules are made raises a fundamental question: which came first, the protein or the nucleic acid, that contains the protein plan? What did it evolve from, and how?”
Adorján Magyar mentioned that it is no accident that all our ancient ethnic groups used a red and sour fruit as their symbol of life. He proposed that these fruits may well be symbols of the nucleic acid. A Celtic legend talks about “some sour fruits” of the Tree of Life that the fairies guard, but at the birth of this legend the name of this fruit was already forgotten in their culture. They must have met the concept during their stay within the Carpathian Basin and took it with them to the British Isles. These sour fruits tell us about the ancients’ knowledge of the structure of cells and it also solves the seemingly unsolvable question.
“The onset of natural selection in some primitive form is often considered to be the point at which life began. An interesting and possibly very important fact about the genetic code is its ubiquity on Earth. The DNA molecule contains the plans of proteins in a coded form where each amino acid of the protein is described by three successive rungs of the DNA ladder. What is striking is that the coding is identical in all terrestrial life. A possible implication of this is that all life descended from a single ancestral system.... The single ancestor theory is not the only possible explanation of the universality of the genetic code, but there are other peculiarities of the code which are also consistent with this particular theory.”
According to Magyar traditions God (Ég) is one (Egy), universal (egyetemes) and is the ancestor of all. These names are linguistically the same. He is the ancient force, the ancient “doer” (Ős Tenő). His Firstborn is also universal, he is the universal energy and he is Life who arrives on the wings of light. He is the Golden God of the Magyars. He is the active principle of Creation, the Creator of our material world. All that is, is descended from this one ancestor and all carry this memory in their genetic makeup.
“There is an independent piece of evidence also favouring the single ancestor theory. This concerns the optical activity of amino acids. In the laboratory, any complex amino acid can exist in one of the two forms which differ only in that they are mirror images of one another. The forms are referred to as right-handed (dextro) and left-handed (laevo) in analogy with the gloves of a pair that are identical in all respects except that they are mirror images. In biological systems, all amino acids are left-handed. (This is not just a matter of semantics, a left-handed molecule rotates the plane of vibration of an electromagnetic wave one way, while a right handed molecule rotates it the other way. Thus handedness can be measured using polarized light.) There is no obvious reason why both forms of amino acid should not coexist; if amino acids are made in a laboratory, both forms are produced in equal amounts. This is true of the Miller-Orgel type of experiment. One way of explaining the left-handedness phenomena is in terms of life being descended from a single event and place.”
I have often mentioned in this book the fact that Hungarian art always uses a mirror construction. This is a reflection of the Magyar mirroring world-view. It also represents the fact that our ancients knew that energy and matter are essentially the same, that the two can be transformed into one another; this knowledge is again part of the Magyar language structure. Today’s science is only now approaching the knowledge of the ancients.
Explanations of the pictures at the end of this section are as follows:
The picture of the lower left line: It shows the endoplasmic reticulum, where most proteins are created. The nature of the protein is determined by its RNA. The “laboratory” where the proteins are created holds the finger-print of the creator..., and beyond this it also reminds us of the ancient Magyar wave designs. Let us compare this with the Magyar horn-decoration below it:
Explanation of the following picture: This is a typical protein molecule. The chain of amino acids forms within itself several times and thus it takes on the shape of a sphere to accommodate molecules that are yet to be taken up.
According to this, matter here and in the Universe assumes a round, globular shape. This shape is called mag in Magyar and it is the basis of the Magyar language and designs.
Page 226. picture no. 2:
It is an illustration of the mirroring world-view. The two-headed “Sunbird” is a symbol of light’s double nature. The center of the sun here shows the square, electromagnetic lines that were discovered in the sun by scientists only recently. The flower, which grows out of this, represents a flower (virág), light and world (világ), which is expressed with the same word. It also helps us decide which came first: the hen or the egg, the nucleic acid or the cell.
This is another fine example of this mirroring world-view. I have to emphasize again that there is no Magyar folk art that is not constructed in this mirroring manner. One has to think of the optical activity of amino acids and their right, or left-handed appearance in the laboratory.
Illustration 4. is the image of the DNA molecule. According to Magyar legends, the thread of life is woven by fairies and according to some legends, there are pearls woven into these threads. When the thread of life breaks, the pearls scatter and the life of the person comes to an end.
Illustration 5. shows the proteins of the muscles. Let us compare them with
Illustration 6., which shows an ancient woven fabric out of which — according to legends — the fairies weave “soldiers”. The Magyar name of soldier is katona and it has a large number of linguistic connections with the words of hand, to bind (kéz, köt, etc.). The red patterns of the fabric are the “soldiers”, while the entire woven piece is a replica of the structure of muscles.
Illustration 7. This is the illustration of life’s appearance on this planet according to today’s science. According to this, the vertebrates appeared 500 million years ago. The ancient legends of life in the Carpathian Basin mirror life of some 25-30 million years ago.
We have little idea of the vast knowledge of our ancients. Their knowledge in their time was public knowledge, since its images were sewn into their embroideries, are parts of the carvings of the men folk and even their everyday utensils were used to hold and preserve their knowledge of the Universe. Their mirroring world-view begins with the thready kusza, which is the image of the world in the process of formation. This too is part of their knowledge, which has survived to our day.
Endoplasmic reticulum and a Magyar horn carving:
A protein molecule
2. The mirroring Magyar world-view
and the double headed Sunbird: the dual nature of light.
3. Mirroring world view as all rises from the ancient nebulae 
4. DNA molecule — beaded life-threads prepared by fairies. Life ends, when the thread breaks.
5. Picture of a muscle, and below
6. Homespun material of which soldiers are born
7. Development of life on this globe.
We learn from the above the following:
Our ancestors were fully aware of the double nature of matter: particle and wave like. We learn of this knowledge since it was built into the structure of language concerning Force and Matter. The Word, or if I so desire, the ORGANIC CONNECTION BETWEEN LANGUAGE AND CREATION EXISTED FROM THE FIRST MOMENT ON. THIS FACT BEARS TESTIMONY OF THE ANCESTRAL NATURE OF THIS LANGUAGE.
They also knew the difference between force and energy just as much as today’s science makes a difference between the two. The force represents a potential for tension, which can give rise to action; the energy means a work process.
Scientists today recognize that light is a transverse wave. Our ancestors knew this too since they symbolized light with an isosceles cross. Later societies, which became dissociated with this ancient knowledge, believed that the cross represented the two sticks which were rubbed together when starting a fire. Both are true since truth is universal in all layers of consciousness. At the same time our ancestors knew that truth (Igazság) is light (Ég) and one with God (Ég). These words included also the knowledge that, at the time of creation, fire and heat were generated. In those days this knowledge was built within the word roots of the language; it was enough to say the corresponding vowel and consonant and the entire mythology was before us. Today we have to say a full sentence to achieve a similar level of understanding: “In the light of truth.” So the Sun-cross of our ancestors was the symbol of this transverse light wave and later also of the sun which transmits this light to us. Our mothers transmitted this knowledge through their embroideries, where the knowledge that the world (világ) is made of light (világ) was expressed with cross stitches. They captured the moments of creation in the material (embroidery) they worked with. The expression of this world-view is particularly strong in Hungary where the old Magyar religion survived the longest, in the once Avar-Magyar region, where it can still be found. There is still an organic bond between consciousness and symbol.
The word Keresztfa (transl.: cross of wood) is unique to the Magyar language. These crosses are all over the Magyar landscape (where they escaped the ravages of war and Communism) on the roadsides, at the edge of agricultural fields. Today it is believed that they originated with Jesus’ cross. This cross was used thousands of years before Christianity and it was the symbol of light emerging from the Sun. Waddell brings these “wooden crosses” into connection with the Sungod, Tas, and the resurrection in early Trojan and early Sumerian symbology. Tas was the name of one of the Princes who participated in founding the modern Hungarian state eleven hundred years ago.
Today’s science talks about a pre-biological age of natural selection in connection with the development of polypeptides. Their construction is “very specific and shows a three dimensional configuration.” This natural selection, which occurs at a pre-biological state had its beginning in the world of consciousness and became a reality which we enjoy even in the present.
The ancient shape of creation is a globe. As consciousness turned toward matter this form became the symbol of perfection, of completeness. The round kernel (Mag) was the ancient symbol Magyars in the Carpathian Basin, both in language and materially. We have also seen that the protein molecule during its evolutionary process tries to achieve the form of a sphere. Even today we may say: “...Let’s round it out...” meaning to bring a process to perfection. This sentence lets ancient consciousness seep into our daily lives.
The endoplasmic reticulum draws lines around a central sphere (gömb), kernel (mag) and the same image is repeated in our folk art, beginning in the Neolithic and continues even today. The ancient sound of the sphere (gömb), or (mag) uses the mild G sound as mode of expression even today in the quiet voices of very young babies who remind us of the miracle of the first beginning. The environment of this soft G is the world of low hills, babbling (gurgulyázó) brooks, round fruits and lilies of the valley (gyöngyvirág) grown from tubers (gumó). According to our ethnic name (which has its roots in a world when mankind did not develop the social and political structures of national existence), which is Magyar, we too were part of this landscape, as the people of the Mag (kernel, seed) and are children of Mag-Úr (Lord of the Kernel, the Sun). Again there is a complete and organic connection between the world of consciousness, matter, sound and picture.
Hungarian linguists educated in a foreign-centered academia, to which they became fully committed, try to originate the Magyar name from the Mansi. With this act they contradict their own and the Indo-European linguistic rules, since the G sound will never change into N according to the presently held theories. In order to understand the contact of origin of the Magyar and Mansi names we have to look into two different word groups: the m-g and the m-n group, and their world view.
It is important information concerning the optical activity of amino acids that any complex amino acid can appear in only two forms and these are one another’s mirror images. This phenomenon is reflected in the Magyar language’s mirroring capacity, which either enlightens two different sides of the same object or idea on the elemental level of creation, or it expresses the interchangeability of force and matter.
I would like to illustrate the former through the gamó, gömb and mag words, where gamó means a bent form which is in the process of becoming a sphere, a mag, as we have seen in the illustration of the development of protein molecules; the gömb (sphere) means the finished product and mag its stabilized state. Linguistically the gömb and mag are one another’s reciprocals.
This mirroring world-view appears in all branches of Magyar art from the painted eggs to embroideries among which I believe the two headed sunbird to be a very important pattern inherited from great antiquity.
Not only the amino acids’ activity was preserved by our ancestors and transmitted still, but also the patterns of their weaving are reflections of the body’s “fabric”, the muscle. The picture of the DNA molecule does not need further explanation; the pearly life threads of the fairies are clearly visible. Again, as always the consciousness and the symbol go hand in hand.
The ancient prayers, which cradle ancient memories, talk about the order of creation up to our days, wrapped in Christian clothing:
...I have a Lord Jesus Christ,
Above my head there is a ragling
He sat upon it
Its branch bore a bud
The bud bore a flower,
the flower bore St. Anna
St. Anna bore the Virgin Mary
The Virgin Mary bore her holy Son. 
In this pre-Christian vernacular, the above tells us the following: The sky’s (Ég) tree bore a bud (the round atoms and suns), these bore their flower (virág and világ, world and light are synonymous in Magyar), St. Anna, the Great Madonna, is the personification of creation’s ancient matter, who bears worlds in her womb and gives life to our world (the Virgin Mary) too. God sits above all these, as on top of the holding raft of a roof, in eternal magnificence. The same world-view is reflected in all the other ancient prayers.
According to our ancient consciousness the first stirring of Force, the masculine principle, brought the base of creation to the surface of creation’s waves, which is matter and this first motion was connected to sound. The Word of God (Íge), the crow of the Cock, the laughter of creation, its ringing (like the sounds of small bells) were the sounds of the first beginning. Here I need to mention the Magyar word for song: dal, which is part of a huge word group. Dániel Mindszenti, the great teacher of 19th century Magyars, believed that music was the universal language of Mankind: “As I am looking at its origin: music is the product of the forces of nature, consequently the musical talent is born with us humans and for this reason as long as humanity resides on this earth, this talent will always be with us.”
The composer and educator, Zoltán Kodály, wrote: “What could the motivation have been which sent me against all odds on the straight paths, sometimes flying, sometimes dragging the wagon of my life? A hopeless, unreciprocated love affair. A love of the people whose visible one-thousand year old history, and even more her several thousand year old history, which lives on in her language, draws me with unparalleled strength....” Later: “The basic layer of the soul cannot be built from two different materials. Man can have only one mother tongue, musically speaking too...”
So the above quoted teachers and musicians recognized the first stirrings of our beginnings, including the language within the basic layer of the soul, in our ancient consciousness. These layers have an organic connection in both music and language. Later we shall see how this organic connection influences human characteristics, man’s calling, his aesthetic values, structure of society: his entire life.
The two-consonantal, monosyllabic word dal expresses the early connection with matter during creation. It shows the time when matter still flowed in soft waves toward its fulfillment. In other words: The song of God is the created world itself. The singing God’s work is song: he creates song, and its melody is the order of the singing Universe. With his song the world will be rounded out. (In Magyar: Dalos Isten dolga dal: dalt dall, s dallama a dalos világ rendje. Dalával dalmahodik a világ.) We may realize that in Magyar all this is expressed within the borders of the D-L consonantal group. Related to the dal is our dél (noon, south) word, which is the brightest time of the day, or the sunniest part of the world; the word deli, meaning a stately, splendidly attired person. Our God of Song is deli (shiny), dalos (singing) and dolgos (diligent.). The messenger of this two-consonantal, beginning world and God is the Magyar Ákos, or Ékes, the Shining Stag, the Miracle Stag of the Magyars, who carries the stars and galaxies, in fact all creation upon his body and helps to dispel the darkness with his songs, with which he teaches humanity. The name of this early Universe is dalhon, the land of songs, which one would like to delegate into the world of storybooks these days. Here I need to mention that man cannot imagine anything that has no base in his consciousness. The greater a person’s creative talent is, the more sensitive his “antennae” are to tune in to the knowledge that surrounds him, which is part of the Universe, the more perfect his creations will be, with which he blesses the world. Today’s measuring instruments show for example that some of Mozart’s music transcends the three dimensional world and the dances of the honey-bees reach their full significance in the sixth dimension.
The following concepts belong in this singing world: the shiny and colorful delice bird, the dalimadár, which is also a bird with a beautiful voice, dalmahodás (rounding out). The earthly messenger of the singing God is the Táltos, the ancient priest of the Magyars, who teaches mankind with gentle songs and not laws etched into stone. The dalos Táltos,(the singing Táltos) keeps the wonders of this singing Universe alive in the people’s souls, and his song is always in the creative service of the Universe.
 I use the capitalized Man for mankind.
 This was mentioned in one of the poems of the Hungarian poet József Attila.
 Tarihi Üngürüsz
 Erdélyi, Zsuzsa Hegyet Hágék, lőtőt lépék, pp.377. and 372. Magvető Könyvkiadó, 1976
 For further information see Tomory, Susan Karácsony (Christmas), manuscript, 1993
 Kodály, Zoltán, Visszatekintés, Összegyűjtött iratok, beszédek, nyilatkozatok. Zeneműkiadó Vállalat Budapest, 1964
 In Röszke-Lúdvár, Hungary. See Archaeologiai Értesítő Issue 2, 1966 p. 235 and Susan Tomory Kezdeteink p.104 Miskolc
 Adorján Magyar Az ősműveltség (The Ancient Culture) Budapest.
 Susan Tomory Kezdeteink, pp. 89-101
 Harry Bober, Expressions in Art, pp. 4-5. Harvard University Press 1953
 The ancient settlement of Ságvár preserved a great number of such tools. See: Tomory Kezdeteink, page 34. Miskolc.
 Sz is pronounced as the S in English.
 See Tomory, Zsuzsa Karácsony (Christmas), 1993
 Erdélyi, Zsuzsanna Hegyet hágék, lőtőt lépék 372, 377. old.
 the two are the same in the Magyar language: világ
 Erdélyi Zsuzsanna Hegyet hágék lőtöt lépék
 Echo of the Big Bang, by Gary Taubes, Discovery, November 1997
 The word kacag meant something shiny also. In todays vocabulary kecseg= twinkle, kecsege=a shiny fish (sturgeon), kacagány=a shiny attire.
 Translated by Susan Tomory. For the full text see Susan Tomory, the Wisdom Singers, 1965
 Ballagi Mór A magyar nyelv teljes szótára. First edition Pest, in the printshop of Heckenast, Gusztáv. New edition Nap Publ. Bt., 1998, editor Sebestyén, Ilona.
 I call the beings of light, ancestors of light – who partook in creation – Tündér (fairy), based upon linguistic and contextual evidence, and the age in which they lived I call the Age of Fairies, which began with the Golden Age (Arany kor). The word arany originally meant shine, light, in which energy and matter was in perfect balance (ar + any).
 Quantum mechanics,pp.473
 Quantum mechanics, p.480
 Quantum mechanics pp.392-393
 The corresponding pictures are at the end of this paper.
, Hoffer Tamás and Fél, Edit, Magyar Népművészet Corvina publ. 1975. 3. ed, p. 602.
 Hoffer, Tamás és Fél, Edit, Magyar Népművészet Corvina publ. 1975. 3. ed.,p. 271
 Hoffer, Tamás and Fél, Edit, Magyar Népművészet Corvina publ. 1975. 3. ed., p. 557.
 Molnos Angéla Magyarító könyvecske Debrecen, 1999 (l.: potencia címszó alatt).
 L.A. Waddell, The Phoenician Origin of Britons, Scots and Anglo-Saxons, The Christian Book Club of America, Hawthorne California, 1924, 324. old. “True Cross in elongated form (which is seen in the Figure to spring from the rayed Sun), [...] it is significant that these early Trojan Sumerians prayed to God and to his angel-son Tas or Tasia, to resurrect them through the „Wood” Cross of which they figure the effigy or their amulets.”
 Quantum Physics, page392-393
 Ballagi Mór a Magyar nyelv teljes szótára 472. old.
 Erdélyi, Zsuzsa Hegyet hágék, lőtőt lépék, archaikus magyar imádságok, Magvető Publ., Budapest, 1976, p.384.
 Erdélyi, Zsuzsa Hegyet hágék, lőtőt lépék, archaikus magyar imádságok, (I Climbed The Mountains, Walked The Valleys. Archaic Magyar Prayers.) Magvető Publ. , Budapest, 1976 (pp. 95., 408., 279) See Susan Tomory’s Karácsony (Christmas) for further explanation.
 Kodály, Zoltán Visszatekintés, Összegyűjtött iratok, beszédek, nyilatkozatok. (Looking Back. Collected writings, speeches, statements.) Zeneműkiadó Publ., Budapest, 1964, Vol. II. p.161 Translation by this author.
 ibid., Vol. I.pp. 97-98.
 The Mindszenti and Kodály texts were translated by Susan Tomory
 Dall: dalt énekel. Dallam: a hangok rendje, összhangja. Dalmahodik: kikerekedik. Dalhon: képzelet szülte ország, melynek lakói szüntelen vigadnak, dalolnak. Ballagi Mór, A magyar nyelv teljes szótára, 204., 208. old.
 Sumir vándorműveltségünk nyelvében a tal-tal dalt jelent.