Muntii Ida au existat si venerati sub acest nume atat in Anatolia cat si in Creta. In Creta exista si muntele Dikte, in apropiere de Ida si de multe ori confundati unul cu altul.

M-am oprit de mai multe ori sa incerc sa deslusesc semnificatia lui Ida dintr-o serie de cuvinte minoice gen I-DA-MA-TE , I-DA-IA, IA-DI-KI-TE, etc.etc.

Pentru numele Ida, am gasit vre-o 7 cercetari cel outin, care fac referire si trimiteri in varii directii, precum ca ar avea legatura cu:                                                                                   ————————————————-

  • sumerianul IDA care inseamna rau, curs de apa

    Maximillien De Lafayette – 2014 – ‎Education

    Edu: Sumerian. Adjective. a- Single. … Eduku: Sumerian/Babylonian/Assyrian. Noun. House of the … Eeda “Ida”: Aramaic/Assyrian/Sumerian. a holiday, a celebration 


  • 7, 2012 – of many Sumerian and proto-Indo-European terms. C. The linguists have also ….. IDA, ID, I 7 river, canal, watercourse. ID 4,8 IT 4 moon, month     


  • sanscrit IDA libatie
  • Ida – Yoga › ida_(sanskrit)


    Iḍā (??? en devanāgarī) est un terme sanskrit signifiant : f. rafraîchissement, réconfort,; libation ; (au fig. ) flot de louanges,; soc. part de l’offrande que les …

  • The Vedic word idā means refreshing drink, libation. It is also the name of the Vedic libation-goddess Ida. She provides gods and men with her powerful drinks, based on milk and butter, for which she is associated with the cow (like the Vedic Mother goddess Aditī). The word I-DA is one of the most frequently recurring terms in the religious Minoan formulas that are inscribed on tables, ladles and cups used for the libation ritual. The inscriptions show I-DA on its own, as I-NA-I-DA (inā idā: mighty Ida), or as U-PA-MA-I-DA (upamā idā: excellent Ida). The text I-DA-MA-TE (libation-mother) is found on two votive double axes, of gold and silver, offered to a sacred mountain cave (cf. Duhoux 1994-1995 about the Linear A text DA-MA-TE inscribed on a Minoan libation spoon)….
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    The Minoan libation formulas

  › The Minoan libation formula


    by A van den Kerkhof –


In the past century, various authors reported evidence for a link between the Harappan and Vedic civilizations of the Indus Valley and the Minoan culture of Crete (L.C. Fabri 1935; H. Mode 1944; S. Alexiou; R. Kamm 1967). In 1999, V. Sarianidi provided a plausible explanation for the observed similarities by reconstructing a migration route of Near Eastern Aryans into the Indian subcontinent. The present authors observed that Sarianidi’s theory implies the possibility that the Minoan language is close to Vedic and tested this hypothesis on the two best documented Linear A words from the Minoan language, KU-LO and PO-TO.  It was found that both words are indeed meaningful and grammatically correct Vedic in their Minoan context. This paper analyses the religious inscriptions on cups, ladles and tables that are known as the Minoan libation formulas in order to identify elements of Minoan religion.

The Vedic libation ritual

The Vedic gods have the important responsibility to keep the world in good order. However, they cannot achieve this without the power and strength delivered by libations and song. It is the task of man to supply these essential ingredients at the break of day, when “Night and Dawn” present themselves together. At that moment, according to Vedic religion, the Celestial Doors open and the gods come to accept the songs and the offerings of milk, butter and oil that are poured into the ritual fire. Food and drinks are the gifts of the Vedic mother goddesses; the only self-supporting entities of the Vedic world. One of her is the libation goddess Ida. Her name means refreshing drink or libation.

A-TA-I-*301-WA-JA  TU-RU-SA  DU-*314-RE

I-DA-A  U-NA-KA-NA-SI  I-PI-NA-MA  SI-RU-TE                                             (KO Za 1)

. The middle formula has the alternative I-DA-A (Vedic idās: libations) instead of the  ideogram. Idā, as a libation offering, is the milk or butter that is offered to the gods. The text writes I-DA-A with an extra –A, probably because the original form was idās (acc. pl): the euphonic rules of the Vedic language prescribe that the final –s must drop before the initial U of the following word, but this leaves an audible hiatus. The top formula (TL Za 1) replaces the  ideogram by JA-SA-SA-RA-ME. Since JA-SA-SA-RA-ME replaces idās and , it is likely to be an offering too. Indeed, yaçastaram occurs also in the Rig Veda (VIII 2,22) where it refers to an offering of soma (a Vedic libation). The ending -ME approximates the Vedic acc.sing. ending –m, showing the Cypriot treatment of trailing consonants.

  • ———————————————————————————————————-                         I-European IDA, pom, padure
  • ida (ide) ‘treeforest [Old-Ir. fid, Gen. fedo ‘tree, trees, forest’]. 

    A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin › mobot › latindict › keyDetail



  • grec IDA lupta
  • Kaczynvska, Elwira
    2002    “Greek ida ‘Battle, Fight, Combat’: A Term of Minoan Origin?” Kadmos 41: 137-140.
  • ————————————————————————-                                                                  incercarea mea I-DA :”astfel,acesta este” bazat pe prezenta lui Da intr-o serie de socoteli economice in dreptul rezultatului ca un fel de “da, este” ?
  • DA-I = “total“?: HT 12.6 (Schoep 2002, 162); cf. DA-I-PI-TA, ZA 8.5. If DA- (as in DA-DU-MA-TA) indicates in some way a completed action (like a perfect of A-DU), could DA-I be a completed transaction *516 I+[?] (q.v. under Ideograms/Logograms)?
  • A-DU = “assessment”?: HT 95.b1 (and elsewhere)                                                               A few words appear both in root form and with I- or J- prefixes (I+consonant, J+vowel). Duhoux 1997 identified these prefixes as meaning “to/at.I-DA-MA-TE (AR Zf 1, Zf 2), “to” DA-MA-TE (KY Za 2)
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  • Imaginea, din Pelasgians and Balto-Slavic. The search for common roots
  • The Studies of L. A. Gindin and V. L. Tsymbursky show us, that ancient population from Indo-Europeans of the Balkans were Pelasgians, in this regard, i assume that the Pelasgians were the ancient ancestors of the Proto Greek-Italic tribes, and related Proto Balto-Slavic tribes. Of the my opinion that the ancestors of the Pelasgians came to the Balkans and the Italian Peninsula from Central Europe and the Baltic.
  • me: ????
  • Din                                                                 43 – In the case of Mt.Ida, it is possible to consider ιδα from an archaic Fιδα, in turn from a Proto-Indo-European root, *wid- ‘to see’, assuming that Ida is a post-Minoan name. Similarly, under the same assumption, it is possible to link Mt.Dikte, δικτε, as a cognate of -dic-‘ in ‘indicate’, from Latin dicare ‘declare, point out’.
    HI-DA. MEANING = Ida = mountain where the epiphany
  • Din (PDF) Written evidence for the Minoan god from Dicte | Ratko …

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    15 G. Owens, “The Structure of the Minoan Language,” Journal of …. assumes that both toponymsIdaand Dicte have an IE origin, from the roots *wid and *dik, …
  • the two terms wich are connected with mountains, and wich later become oronims, i.e. dikte and Ida, are both derived from *Indo-European Roots that mean to point out, reveal, make clear, *dik- and to see *-wid, both of wich well describe the most scene of Minoan iconography, the epiphany of the Mother-Goddess on the mountain.
  • I-JA/NA cognate with *eis “holy, sacred”  I-NA-I-DA: “Holy mount Ida, or to “Holy Epiphany
  • Atentie, gr. eidolon si hitit idalu “rau” !?
  • Din
  • In ancient Greek literature, an eidolon (plural: eidola or eidolons) (Greek εἴδωλον: “image, idol, double, apparition, phantom, ghost) is a spirit-image of a living or dead person; a shade or phantom look-alike of the human form.
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  • Minoan                   Greek                   English
    DIKITE                    DIKNO                   Indicate
  • Ida = i saw in Greek

Sumerian Information of the Annunaki — compared to the … › ChapterThree › SumerianInfoOfAnnunaki-Anakim


Europe’s first advanced civilisations originated from TURKEY: Early Greeks were descendants of early Neolithic farmers who migrated from Anatolia, DNA reveals
  • Experts analysed tooth DNA from the remains of 19 ancient individuals 
  • They were identified as Minoans, Mycenaeans and people from Anatolia
  • The results showed that Minoans and Mycenaeans were genetically linked
  • Their shared ancestors are believed to have been Early Neolithic farmers  
  • They migrated from Anatolia thousands of years before the Bronze Age
Deci IDA ar fi dupa mine “APARITIE (fantomatica), VEDENIE” !

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