ფესტოს დისკი – Phaistos Disk

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  1. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pSvsp9CeTi8 Ο Δίσκος της Φαιστού είναι το πιο αρχαίο ελληνικό άσμα. I (Anatoly Sherban, decipherer of the Phaistos Disc [and other scripts]) sing here the song of the Phaistos Disc. The language of this poem is Greek or rather a Phaistos version of Cretan hieroglyphic dialect of the Greek language (Bronze Age).

  2. aba am rusebs ro usmino turme nagat enazea dacerili))))

  3. The Minoans worshiped the moon! Structuring the text of the Phaistos disk shows that it was copied by the disc manufacturer, or with inscriptions made in the form of three bilateral axes, or with inscriptions on the very similar axes (labrys) from palace or cave sanctuaries. The text is a list of the dedications of the main rulers of Crete to the moon god. One of these axes, the largest, four-blade, could also be used as a kind of lunar calendar. The disc itself, the moon on the full moon, is a kind of portable version of these initiations. These initiations were made in order to receive the blessing of the god of the moon. It is possible that the number of dedications of each ruler depended on the number of buildings he had (palaces and villas). Hence, and one more destination of the Phaistos disk is a charm in the form of a snake coil (the inscriptions on the disk after all in a spiral) for these buildings and all living in them, tk. The Minoans believed that the serpent in the house brings God’s blessing. The Phaistos disk was made before the largest earthquake in 1700 BC. Who destroyed the early palace. Since the disk, as a guard, did not take this palace from destruction, it was later “punished” – disguised as a layer of plaster in the main cell of the building’s hiding place. For more details see the site: http://phaestos-disk.at.ua


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