The Dispilio Tablet- Revising the Origins and Development of Writing — Nicholas C. Rossis

How old is writing? If we believe the common narrative, writing emerged in Sumeria in the third millennium BC. Others consider the Jiahu symbols from China or the Vinča symbols from Serbia as examples as the first writing. However, new archeological data keeps changing these theories. A 7,000-year-old tablet found in Greece contradicts the traditional […]

The Dispilio Tablet- Revising the Origins and Development of Writing — Nicholas C. Rossis

Royal Arch Emblems: The Triple Tau — Crusader History

The number three is important in Masonry, so is the letter ‘T’ which has three points, and the word for the number 3 begins with the letter T.  A Masonic symbol called the ‘Triple Tau’ is made up of three T’s. The ‘Triple Tau’ has become one of the most important symbols associated with “Royal […]

Royal Arch Emblems: The Triple Tau — Crusader History

The Alphabet: Letter A — Mysteria No’ledge

The English language and alphabet, is based off the Canaanite/Phoenician/Hebrew ælephbet , which is why we call the pronunciation of words “phonetics”. Alphabet is the first two letters A; Alpha; Aleph and B; Beta; Beith. The word “language” can be thought of as “el-angu-age”, “El” is the Hebrew name of god, El Shaddia, coming from […]

The Alphabet: Letter A — Mysteria No’ledge

Scribe

Sunday, 31 May 2020

Scribe

I would like to talk about Sumerian writing: Cuneiform. Actually about their words for „write“ and „tablet, document“…

Cuneiform emerged in Sumer in the late fourth millennium BC to convey the Sumerian language, „a language isolate which has no relationship with any other language“…It is one of the earliest known systems of writing…

Cuneiform writing began as a system of pictograms…

In the third millennium, the pictorial representations became simplified and more abstract, eventually turning into symbols…

The pictograms (later symbols) were were cut on clay tablets, using a blunt reed for a stylus. Basically, cuneiform writing was „making marks on clay using chiseling technique“…

Die Schrift der Mayas

Von Matthias Heine | Veröffentlicht am 05.08.2014 | Lesedauer: 8 Minuten 1 von 9 Der Dresdner Maya-Codex, der seit 1739 in der sächsischen Hauptstadt aufbewahrt wird, gilt als die schönste der drei authentischen erhaltenen Maya-Handschriften. Das Bild zeigt eine frühe Kopie des Codex, die Alexander von Humboldt herstellte. Quelle: picture alliance / dpa/mhi/ lof Wenn […]

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