Parallels between the Carpathian Basin and South Africa's...

Klára Friedrich: Parallels between the Carpathian Basin and South Africa's ancient history

In 2011 I received from Zsuzsa Tomory - researcher of Magyar studies and ancient history - the wonderful book, writen by Michael Tellinger and Johan Heine, titled: Temples of the African Gods (in Magyar translation: Az afrikai istenek templomai).

Zsuzsa Tomory also attached a heart-felt book review, even its title is captivating: Ahol a gólyáink telelnek - Where our storks winter. Zsuzsa was present at one of Mr. Tellinger's lectures at the Southern Illinois University. "The effect of the lecture brought many thoughts concerning my homeland - she wrote - history, symbols, word-roots, a typical geographic formation, and the flight of the Stork bring a glimpse of a once existing ancient connection, which follow the Earth's energy fields."

Both authors are from South Africa. Tellinger finished his university studies in 1983 in pharmacology. His interest included the Universe, genetics, the history of mankind, but he is also a musician, and published several disks. And what is most important, as we learn from Zsuzsa Tomory: His father is Magyar!

Johan Heine is an expert in aviation, who makes aerial photographs of ancient ruins and researches their astrological connections. He discovered in 2003 a mass of stones called Adam's Calendar. Out of this after a few year's research a book was born, called Adam's Calendar, which he wrote with Tellinger.

In their book, the Temples of the African Gods they express their view that in South Africa an ancient culture existed with many millions of people, and that mankind's cradle was here. This preceeded the Sumerian empire, and so they suppose that the Sumerians inherited a great many things from these predecessors.

I was very happy with this book, because even when I first looked through only photographs, my thoughts soon brought images - with the exception of a few - the parallels from the Carpathian Basin. This inspired me to show similar parallels also through photographs and short explanations.

I gave serial numbers to these pictures and these are in the front. The numbers marked with p are the page numbers of the Tellinger and Heine book. The numbers and texts marked with the letter A are from this book also. These are followed by my pictures, and explanations marked B, C, D, E, F which deal with parallels. The texts taken from the book are presented in Italics.


1. p5 A: Tellinger-Heine: The Sumerian cross can be found by the thousands at Driekopseiland, in South Africa, carved into andezit, one of the hardest stones. This same symbol can be found all over the world.

Three examples of this from the Carpathian Basin, pictures:

2. p5 B: These were found by Zsófia Torma the first female archaeologist of the world (1831-1899). These disks were made of baked clay, in Neolithic times. Their diameters are 6-7 centimeter.

3. p5 C: László Kovács Szentkatolnai, a professor who lived in Székelyföld discusses the clay disk, that was unearthed in a Neolithic site, with a diameter of 7,3-7,4 cm., thickness 1,3-1, 4 cm. László Kovács supposes, that it served as a calendar. The photograph of this disk was not included in the text of his study. .

4. p5 D: The place of discovery of the Tatárlaka disk is Erdély (Transylvania). It was found in 1961, its age is between 7200-8200 years, made of burnt clay. Its diamether is 6 cm. Letters conform to the Magyar rovásírás (runic writing) and the Sumerian Jemdet Nasr signs (3000 B.C.) can be found on it. The disk was made of local clay of Erdély and much earlier, than the Jemdet Nasr tablets (The photographs were made by Sándor Víg.)

A study of the Tatárlaka find can also be found, written by Klára Friedrich: The mistery of Tatárlaka, at the end of the homepage of the Forrai Sándor Rovásíró kör and the Magyarságtudományi Intézet (transl.: Institute of Hungarian studies).

5. p5 E: Clay tablet from the Jemdet Nasr culture, from 3000 B.C. Since the signs appeared there later, than the ones in the Carpathian Basin may refer to the fact that this writing started from the Carpathian Basin and not from Mesopotamia.
It is also of the opinion of Tellinger and Heine, that the Sumerians adopted their knowledge from an earlier culture.

6. p6 A: Tellinger-Heine: The Egyptian Ankh carved into a glacier slab at Dreikopseiland, South Africa. ... the Ankh is inside a radiating circle, suggesting that the Lord of Light is the key to eternal Life."

7. p6 B: I see on picture 6. not only the Egyptian Ankh, but a Sungod, with open arms, who lovingly calls everyone to himself. The Sungod appears on the carving of an 18th century powder container of Homoródalmási (Székely-land, Carpathian Basin). I am quoting three authors who write about the honor of the Sun by the Magyars and their ancestors, which survived - according to the powder container - into the 18th century.

Adorján Magyar: "For this reason, according to the thought processes of our ancestors, our bodies, which is of matter, was derived from the Earth, in other words from our Mother, but our soul, which is a non-material force was derived from the Sun, our Father." (Az Aranymadár - Zsarátnok folyóirat, 12. szám, 7. Oldal - translation: The Golden Bird - publ. By Zsarátnok, periodical, no.12, page 7.)

Endre K. Grandpierre: I amquoting from his book: The stealing of the God of the Magyars:
"The free Magyars of old were probably the ones who saved in its ancient purity the image of the Sungod for the longest time. Its true and scientificly provable essence can be summarised very simply as follows: The Sun is the source of this earthly life, the creator of this earthly life, its upkeeper, its light, and so it is the source of all blessing, all good, all happiness... he is our supporting Father of Heaven, who showers the earthly world with his good deeds..."

Éva Aradi writes in her book Egy szkíta nép: a kusánok (translation: A Scythian people: the Kushans): "The Sungod was revered by the Saka, Indoskythians and some of the Skythian people, who lived West from the Aral sea and were already called by the Skythian name as the Massagetae. The Sun was the main god of the descendants of the Kushans, Heftalites, and it is for this reason, that beautiful churches were built first of all in the North, and by the Rajput of West India.".

8. p23 A: Tellinger-Heine: Examplesof the use of the big stones, in building firm walls which are wider than one and a half meters.

9. p23 B: Relics of stone building projects remained in the Carpathian Basin, -- as all over the globe too. - In most cases stones of even older buildings were used also for this project. The wall of the Székelydálya church is from the 14th century.

10. p23 C: The wall of the castle of Segesvár, 14th century. (Picture 9,10 by Klára Friedrich).

11. p38 A: Johan Heine discovered in 2003 the stone ensemble composed of megaliths, a holy place known by the ancient inhabitants for a long time, the stone calendar.
Johan Heine named it Adam's calendar.

12. p38 A: This is a segment of the 11. p38 A picture.

13. p38 B: Fragment of a carved stone on Tászok-tető, similar to the South African stone on image 12. (Photo by Klára Friedrich, 2008)

Tászok-tető can be found in the Carpathian Basin in Erdély (Transylvania). According to descriptions, several hundred such carved stones can be found on this 1013 meters high plateau. Their average measurment was 180x140 centimeters. Their material: Andezit, similar to the South African find shown on picture 1. Only two can be seen intact today in the Gyergyószentmiklós Tarisznyás Márton Museum (Erdély, Székely land), and some broken ones on the plateau. There are signs and letters on these stones, and according to parallels these are from neolithic times. In my opinion the Tászok-tető stone-lines were a part of the megalithic culture of our planet and some of their stones worked as calendar stones also. (More detailed in Klára Friedrich's study, titled: Megalitok a Tászok-tetőn - translation: Megaliths on Tászok-tető.)

These stones were believed to be part of pagan worships and since the adoption of Western Christianity great effort was made to make them disappear. Gyula Sebestyén, ethnographer, academist wrote: "We know - not from old chronicles, but from our books of laws, that King András gave orders in the next year, in 1047 that the constantly cared for false gods of the Scythian religion be denied and their stones destroyed."

14. p39 A: Tellinger and Heine believe this stone to be the first representation of the Falcon Horus, which became known through Egyptian studies, but the Egyptians only inherited it from the first inhabitants of South Africa. Its age is guessed to be 200,000 years.

15. p39 B: Carvedstone from Tászok-tető. Its bird shape became recognised only after reading the book of Tellinger and Heine. I regret not making notes of its size, I remember it to be 0,5 meters high. (Photo by Marianna Habedank, 2009)

16. p39 C: The lastremaining stones of the plateau were broken up and exploded in the years of 2000 during the building of telegraph and radio stations. This picture shows the plateau cleared of the stones. (Photograph: Klára Friedrich , 2008)

17. p39 D: Aladár Farkas and Gábor Szakács are looking for carvings and signs. The Tászok-tető carvings correspond in form with the Magyar rovás (runic) writing and can be seen in table 31. p123 B. (Photograph by Klára Friedrich , 2009)

18. p44 A: Tellinger and Heine discovered two pyramids in 2008 near the stones of Adam's calendar, shown on picture 11.
They established the fact that a completely straight line connects them with the Great Pyramid of Giza on the line of 31st longitudinal line, so Africa's northern-most and the most southern pyramids both rest upon this straight line. There were no archaeological researches conducted at the two, pyramid shaped mountains.

19. p44 B: Pyramid researcher Semir Osmanagic began his excavations in 2005 at the Bosnian Visoko, 30 kilometers from Sarajevo. Museum director, Senad JU. Hodovic brought the pyramid shaped mountain to his attention. Beyond these there are four other hills, ingrown with trees and other plants. It is also supposed that they hide pyramids. Excavations centered mostly upon buildings named for the Sun (original name Visocica) and Moon (original name Pljesevica) and even the recent excavations testified, that they are artificial, man made creations. The size and age of the Sun pyramid superseeds that of the Giza pyramid which was built by the Pharaoh Kheops 4600 years ago.
Gábor Szakács, who was on location for the first time in June of 2006 returned with the discovery, that in the tunnell, leading to the Sun pyramid and on the stones in its vicinity he found signs which are identical with the Magyar rovás (runic) writing, which, consequently also resemble the signs of the Tordos-Vinca culture.

I was convinced of this fact also when I participated in our group visit in 2007 and 2008 to this location. The photographs were made by Sándor Víg.
There is further information of the Bosnian pyramids on the following web page:

20. p44 C:

20. p44 D: The Prépost mountain in the Pilis mountain group is also pyramid shaped. It is believed to be the main nesting place of the "Kerecsen-bird (Turul), and for this reason it is the Holy Mountain of the Magyars" says József Kadocsa Vetráb, Pilis researcher, who prepared the photographs.

21. p44 E: Attila Molnár sent this wonderful pyramid photo, which he took in Erdély (Transylvania). The location is in the vicinity of the city Kolozsvár.

22. p44 F: Attila Vörös is a researcher and film maker from the Carpathian Uplands (Felvidék), the city of Rimaszombat. At Divény he discovered a pyramid shaped mountain. (Photograph by Klára Friedrich)

23. p75 A: Tellinger and Heine believes that these terraces are the oldest agricultural structures, which the ancient inhabitants created with the use of millions of stones. These stretch for many thousand square miles. There are similar terraces in Peru and Egypt too.

24. p75 B: This is the photo of Tivadar Czimbalmas who researches the terraces, or as he calls it in local dialect: "pallags" of Székely land and created a DVD film too.

25. p75 C: Photo by Tivadar Czimbalmas. According to his studies this "pallag"-building (terraces) began earlier than 52,000 and ended 28,000 years ago. This was the Székely peoples' Golden Age.

26. p111 A: Here we see Michael Tellinger in the tunnel of a mine, around him there are Orbs, of which he poses the question: are they the spirits of dead miners, or are they curious members feeding on the energy of the past?

27. p111 B: I have collected many photographs in the past few years, where Orbs were visible, not only in underpasses, but in churches, yards, Hussar meeting, in schools, etc. This photo was made in the tunnel leading to the Bosnian Sun pyramid in 2007, as Gábor Szakács and one of our companions examine one of the big stones, and above his right hand the Orb is visible. (Photograph: Zsolt Serflek)

28. p113 A: The entrance of a mine is visible with many orbs, which are defined by Tellinger: "These are non-physical energies, in spherical form and many different sizes. Some believe that they are souls in a non-physical form... Orbs cannot be seen with the naked eye, but digital cameras pick them up because of their ability to capture infra-red and ultra-violet parts of the light spectrum. Some children and adults can however see Orbs with the naked eye."

29. p113 B: Orbs in the tunnel leading to the Bosnian Sun pyramid. (Photograph: Dezső Szentgyörgyi, 2009)

30. p123 A: Tellinger-Heine: The Anglo-Saxon runes also show great similarities to the photographs in South Africa and the Indus script.

31. p123 B table: The ancient origin of the Anglo-Saxon runes in the Tordos-Vinca culture of the Carpathian basin: These cultures flowered 4-5,000 B.C. The Tordos culture was excavated by the afore mentioned Zsófia Torma archaeologist, she collected many signs found on the bottom of clay vessels, clay disks. These signs we can study in Winn's book which is mentioned in professional literature. The signs of the Tordos-Vinca culture life continues in the Scythian-Hun-Avar-Magyar rovás (runic writing). The Germanic people adopted these from here, cca. the second century B.C. Several of the Indus-valley script show similarities in form with the letters of the Magyar rovás. In our table you can compare the Magyar rovás and the Tordos-Vinca culture's set of signs.

On 32. p123 C table we see the parallels between the signs of the Carpathian Basin along with some signs of prehistoric and ancient cultures.

33. p123 D: Selection from the signs carved in andezit stones at Tászok tető.

On 34. p123 E image: The Nicholsburg Alphabet containing the Magyar rovás letters. This was collected before 1483.

35. p126 A picture with the sign on the left: Tellinger-Heine: The five-pointed star... is also an Egyptian symbol of Kingship associated with a link with the divine - espacially the god Baal.

36, 37, 38. p126 B, C, D: this picture in the Magyar rovás is a variation of the Magyar TY sound which appears also in the 17th and 20th centuries.

39. p126 A: Tellinger-Heine: An oval image divided into two halves from the vicinity of Carolina, South Africa.

Its parallel can be seen on image 34. p123 E, marked with green among the letters of the Nicholsburg ABC.

40. p127 A: Tellinger-Heine: A complex carving, the snake repesents vibration. It also looks similar to the letter Omega, and within this we find a five-pointed star. It also resembles a horseshoe. More horseshoe signs can be found among the ruins.

The parallel of 37. p126 C can be found on this image, at the sound value of the Ü.

41. p128 A: Tellinger-Heine: Carvings in a cave inLimpopo province, Northern South Africa. The cross is identical to Sumerian crosses found in Sumerian seals.

42, 43. p128 B, p128 C: This is the sign of 1000 in Magyar numeric rovás, the same sign is the Sumerian Dingir sign which indicates divinity.

44. p129 A: Tellinger-Heine: Lambda symbols scattered on rocks around South Africa are identical to those found in Anglo-Saxon runes and Indus script. The symbol is not yet understood but its appearance at locations separated by vast distances indicates that the symbol carried an important meaning.

45. p129 B: Signs found on a stone in the tunnel leading to the Bosnian Sun pyramid. (Photograph: Sándor Víg)

46. p129 A, bal oldali jel: Tellinger-Heine: Lambda symbol.

47. p129 B: Signs which in form are identical to the ancient Greek and Greek lambda can also be found in the Tordos-Vinca culture and the Tászok tető, which is the sign of the letter S in Magyar rovás. Also see images 34, 36, 37.

48. p129 A: this is an upside-down variant of picture 46. In this case we see the letter T of the rovás, see image 37.

49. This sign is identical in form to the letter T of rovás from Tászok-tető, carved into andezit.(Photograph: Klára Friedrich)

This sign was a very wide spread in the Stone Age, as it can be seen for example on the right hip of the Lausell Venus.

50. p130 A: Tellinger-Heine: Wave forms... are associated with water, and life. But it could also represent the knowledge of frequency and its application as the primary source of energy - whether it was from the sun or emanating from Mother Earth.

51. p130 A: The mirror image of picture 130 A gives the letter V of the Magyar rovás, seen on image 37. p126 C. It also appears on andezit carvings on Tászok-tető.

52. p139 A: The most interesting parts of the Tellinger and Heine book are the wonderful, aerial photographs which show the remnants of stone rings. According to them energy was formed and radiated in these buildings which were started with sound. These stone circles continue through several thousand square miles, even on mountain tops, even though they are less visible there. On top of the mountains fish fossiles (remnants from ancient geologic times) can be found within these rings in great numbers. Tellinger and Heine suppose that the flood destroyed this culture which created energies in stone circles along with their creators. (Text is on pages140, 147, 154.)

53. p139 A: Tellinger shows the hight of a wall, but there are other, lower remnants in a more ruined state in this book.

Zsuzsa Tomory writes in her book titled Kezdeteink (Our beginnings) about the Magyar predecessors:
"Their buildings were frequently built upon a circular ground plan and this type of building style was continous for thousands of years in our homeland (i.e. Carpathian Basin)."

54. p139 B: This opinion is supported by the typical neolithic styles of Hungary, the 6-7,000 years old circular trenches. These are mostly visible from an aerial view, their sizes are from 50 meters to 500 meters in diameter. These may have been used for astronomical observation, as calendars or as places for communal life. The picture shows the circular trench of Belvárdgyula.

55. p139 C: From Stuart Piggott's book: Remnants of circular stone houses from 6-8 centuries B.C. on the island of Sardinia, near Barumini around Su Nurexi's nuraga. (Nuragha: it is a tower-like stronghold of the ruler.)

56. p139 D: The circular round church of Őskű, is from the 11th century. The name Ős kű (Ős kő) means ancient stone. (Photograph from a postcard by Zoltán György Horváth).

57. p139 E: Thecastle of Jeszenő in the Uplands (Felvidék) of historical Hungary. It was already standing in 1277. If the castle and bastions were only two meters high, they would look from an aerial view similar to the South African circular structures.

58. p139 F: Castle Torna in the Uplands of historical Hungary. It was built in the 14th century.

We not only hear in science fiction, but also science publications about megaliths which emanate ultrasound. Sándor Sashegyi mentions a place in the Pilis mountains, which is called "Csengő kő" (Resonating stone). Here I am not going into details, but I have mentioned several similar phenomenon in my study titled Tászok-tető. I showed the previous three pictures as parallels to circular stone buildings, but even though I have no reference concerning their energy storing capabilities, still it occurred to me that the castles are mostly strengthened by circular bastions. Strengthening is possibly with energy, as Adorján Magyar called it "erőny" (erő=strength, erőny=energy).

Tellinger and Heine mention on page 5 Nicola Tesla, who was a ground-breaker concerning the use of free energy. Here I have to mention, that he was Miklós Tesla (1856-1943), who is mentioned only in newer Lexicons as an American physicist of Croatian origin. The very thorough Tolnai Lexicon, published in 1930 cannot be called prejudiced, still we read: "Milós Tesla electrical engineer's discoveries both in theory and practice... made the Magyar genius world renown."

59. p162 A: Tellinger and Heine shows the bird shaped stones characteristic of the South -African culture in many different sizes.

60. p162 B: I found a similar stone in the Carpathian Basin in only a very small size. Its measurements: Length: 10,5 cm., its widest part 3 cm., thickness 2,5 cm. Found: On he banks of the river Nagy-Küküllő, at the town Fenyéd, Székely land.

61. p162 C: Different stones (stone tools?) on picture C are also either from brooks in Erdély, or the Pilis mountain region.

62. p169 A: Tellinger-Heine: A 5 meters high, bird shaped stone at Dullstroom, South Africa.

63. p169 B: One European parallel: A 4,2 meters high runic stone in Björkethorp, Sweden. The picture is taken from the Wikipédia

64. p171 A: Tellinger-Heine: stone tool, at this point its use in uncertain.

65. p171 B: I found a similar stone tool in the rivulet of Fehér Nyikó, at the town of Rugonfalva.

We could continue at length the picture and text parallels. We hope that Tellinger and Heine's book will have a Magyar edition, where interested people can familiarise with the entire content. But I have to mention one more similarity. It is a very regrettable fact that Hungary's early, stone age treasures are just as much unknown to the world, as South Africa's. But how could the world know of these Magyar values, when its official, academic circles insist that our relatives and language relatives are Finno-Ugrians and that we were chased by the Besenyő people in 896 into the Carpathian basin. This is tought to our children in schools, this is published outside of Hungary in books that were translated and published with the moneys of Magyar tax-payers. The concept that the Magyars are the ancient inhabitants of the Carpathian Basin, their continuity with the Scythian-Hun-Avar cultures, that they are - aside of many other achievements - the creators of writing on our globe can spread and discussed only in small circles, while the official forums try to ridicule it and deny a forum for discussion.

Well known European (!) archaeologists and historians are so ignorant concerning Hungary that they have no idea, that the present borders of Hungary exist only since 1920 and that the Rumanian, Slovakian, Serbian archaeological sites, which they quote are situated on the historical land of before 1920 Hungary.

Let us summarise finally what these parallels show? Common roots between South African and Carpatian basin cultures which created these material and spiritual cultures.

The stones, terraces (pallag), honoring the Sun, the letters in their writing, symbols, remnants of buildings indicate a common culture. And even the storks, as Zsuzsa Tomory has written about it so beautifully.

Did they originate from one stock, or was one the originator, the other the adopter? The answer requires a lot of research. For now let us be glad to find out about this ancient connection!

The quotations are from the following books:
Aradi, Éva: Egy szkíta nép: a kusánok (Hun-idea, 2008) (Transl.: A Scythian people: the Kushans.) Publ.: Hun-idea, 2008
Grandpierre, K. Endre: A magyarok Istenének elrablása (Titokfejtő Kiadó, 1993) Transl.: The Stealing of the Magyar God. (Publ.: Titokfejtő Kiadó, 1993)
Magyar, Adorján: Ős magyar rovásírás (Warren, USA, 1970) Transl: The Ancient Magyar Runic Writing. (Publ.: Warren, USA, 1970)
Sebestyén, Gyula: A magyar honfoglalás mondái (1904, Magyar Ház, 2001) Transl.: Sagas of the Magyar Homecoming. (Publ.:1904, Magyar Ház, 2001)
Tolnai Új Világlexikona 1930)

Pictures, illustrations:
Tellinger, Michael-Heine, Johan: Temples of the African Gods (Zulu Planet Publishers, 2009)
Bertók Gábor - Gáti Csilla: Újkőkori körárkok és körülárkolt területek kutatása Baranyában Transl.: Research of the Neolithic Stone Trenches and Enclosed Territories in Baranya county.
Csontkarcolatok. Porszaruk rajzai. (Szerk: Kovács Dénes, szöveg: Dr. Molnár István, rajz: Ughi István, Hargita megye, 1975) Transl.: Bone carvings. Designs of the Powder Holders. (Edited by: Kovács, Dénes, text: Dr. Molnár, István, design: Ughi, István, Hargita county, 1975)
Dénes J.-Jászai B.- László J: Felvidék. Várak madártávlatból (Anno Kiadó, évszám nélkül) Translation: Felvidék (Upper/Northern Hungary). Castles from a bird's view. (Publ.: Anno Kiadó, no date)
Fehérné, Anna Walter: Az ékírástól a rovásírásig II. kötet (Buenos Aires, 1975) Transl.: From Cuneiform to Rovás, Vol.II (Publ.: Buenos Aires, 1975)
Kovács, László: A sepsiszentgyörgyi kőkorszaki zsebnaptár (Tanulmány, 2007) Transl.: Stone Age Pocket Calendar of Sepsiszentgyörgy (Study, 2007)
Mandics, György: Róvott múltunk I. kötet (Irodalmi Jelen Kiadó, 2010) Transl.: Our Carved Past, Vol.I (Publ.: Irodalmi Jelen Kiadó, 2010)
Oates, David és Joan: A civilizáció hajnala (Helikon kiadó, 1983) Transl.: The Dawn of Civilisation (Publ.: Helikon kiadó, 1983)
Piggott, Stuart: Az európai civilizáció kezdetei (Gondolat, 1987) Transl.: The Beginnings of European Civilisation. (Publ.: Gondolat, 1987)
Sebestyén, Gyula: Rovás és rovásírás (1909, Tinta Kiadó, 2002) Transl.: Rovás and Rovás Writing. (Publ.: 1909, Tinta Kiadó, 2002)

Tellinger, Michael-Heine, Johan: Temples of the African Gods (Zulu Planet Publishers, 2009)
Forrai, Sándor: Az ősi magyar rovásírás az ókortól napjainkig (Antológia Kiadó, 1994) Transl.: The Ancient Magyar Rovás Writing from Antiquity to Today (Publ.: Antológia Kiadó, 1994)
Friedrich, Klára: Megalitok a Tászok-tetőn (in: Friedrich Klára-Szakács Gábor: Tászok-tetőtől a bosnyák piramisokig, 2007) Transl.: Megaliths on Tászok-tető (from: Friedrich, Klára-Szakács, Gábor: From Tászok-tető to the Bosnian pyramids, 2007)
Friedrich, Klára: Tatárlaka titka (in: Friedrich Klára-Szakács Gábor: Kőbe vésték, fába rótták, 2005) Transl.: The Secret of Tatárlaka (from: Friedrich, Klára-Szakács, Gábor: Kőbe vésték, fába rótták, 2005)
Gimbutas, Marija: The gods and goddesses of old Europe (Berkeley,1974)
Kovács, László: A sepsiszentgyörgyi kőkorszaki zsebnaptár (Tanulmány, 2007) Transl.: Transl.: Stone Age Pocket Calendar of Sepsiszentgyörgy (Study, 2007)
Magyar, Adorján: Ős magyar rovásírás (Warren, USA, 1970) Transl.: Ancient Magyar Runic Writing (Publ.: Warren, USA, 1970)
Radics, Géza: Mi és a Kárpát-medence (Chicago, 2008) Transl.: We and the Carpathian Basin. (Chicago, 2008)
Szakács, Gábor: Tudósítások a bosnyák piramisokról (Magyar Demokrata, 2006/26, 45, 48) Transl.: Reports of the Bosnian Pyramids. (Publ.: Magyar Demokrata, 2006/26, 45, 48)
Szakács, Gábor: Tatárlakától a bosnyák piramisokig (DVD, 2009) Transl.: From Tatárlaka to the Bosnian Pyramids (DVD, 2009)
Tomory, Zsuzsa: Kezdeteink (Miskolci Bölcsész Egyesület, 1995) Transl.: Our beginnings. (Publ.: Miskolci Bölcsész Egyesület, 1995)
Tomory, Zsuzsa: A Kárpát-medence, mint a magyarság bölcsője. (Magyarságtudományi füzetek, 13. rész, 2003) Transl.: The Carpathian Basin as the Cradle of the Magyars. (Publ.: Magyarságtudományi füzetek, part 13., 2003)
Winn, Shan, M.M: Pre writing in south-eastern Europe (Western Publishers, 1981)

Home page of the Bosnian pyramids: www.piramidasunca.ba
Forrai Sándor Rovásíró Kör - Forrai Sándor Runic Writers website: www.rovasirasforrai.hu
Magyarságtudományi Intézet - Institute of Hungarian Studies - website: www.magtudin.org

Translation of the Magyar text into English by Zsuzsa Tomory, reviewed by Imre Oláh

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