Further, Göbekli Tepe H and I symbols.

All begun when reading: https://www.ancient-origins.net › co…Cosmic Power of the Shaman and Symbols at Göbekli Tepe – Part II < The H Symbol Ray Urbaniak interprets the “H” symbol to mean double T shapes. Two T shapes butted together form a double T. He also says that Tau represents half of which is in the spiritual world. So, we can imagine that the “H” symbol consists of two Tau symbols The I Symbol The “I” symbol of ancient Mexican mythology not only exhibits a single Tau of two forms, but in different positions, as well as two double-headed figures joined in one, which illustrates the duality, above and below, or heaven and earth. … ….. In Proto-Turkish culture the “I” symbol was called as the “ON: Cosmos”. Interestingly, In Chinese culture “I” symbol represents the shaman or spirit intermediary, so-called Wu. The widespread usage amongst indigenous American peoples of the inverted and upright Tau shape as emblems of the above and below is abundantly proven and doubtlessly arose as naturally as the Chinese characters “Shang: Above”, employed as a symbol for heaven, and “Lea: Below or Beneath”, employed as a symbol for earth. The connection between Heaven and Earth represents the creation of innocence and this is reflected by the central line. … So, I can suggest that the mysterious “I” symbol is about a “Heaven (Sky) – Earth connection: so the life could exist”. In shamanic belief, Earth takes its life force from the sky via the navel cord. Göbekli Tepe should be seen as an important site for this reason. (Interestingly, In Turkish “Göbek” means “The Navel”). In this, creative powers unite for birth or rebirth. Therefore, some specific days are vital for taking life energy from the sky or heaven. Life force is believed to be always there, but not always visible. It is believed to be visible on specific days of year. These days are the equinox and solstice days. On the other hand, the “H” or slanted “I” symbol may be about East-West, Woman-Man or God-Goddess connections.> Mr. Özgür!: H character is not Wu but Gong “work” ! ========= H AND I ARE VARIATIONS OF THE SAME BASIC SHAPE ! Mr. Urbaniak and Özgür reasonings are consistent with my findings: proto-sumerian sign “T”=”Me” in my opinion means Proto-Sumerian/Euphratic “life spirit”, sumerian “divine power, being, ancestor”.

Sumerian Cuneiform English Dictionary 12013CThttps://ia801408.us.archive.org › items › Sumerian …PDFMay 5, 2000 — And the MUGSAR is proudly, and primarily, a Sumerian dictionary of the first … ME, àm = I am, to be (is / was) | [750x] being

H is composed of two T, so Meme could be related to: – “all divine powers=cosmos” , (2×Me,plural Meme)…or – sumerian healing goddess (shaman?) Ur-Meme, Meme=Gula ===========

It is supposed that at Gobekli Tepe practiced paganist, shamanic rituals. Related to H/I symbols, interesting enough the chinese character for shaman is containing an H character. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wu_(shaman) The contemporary Chinese character 巫 for wu combines the graphic radicals gong 工 “work” and ren 人 “person” doubled (cf. cong 从). This 巫 character developed from Seal script characters that depicted dancing shamans, which descend from Bronzeware script and Oracle bone script characters that resembled a cross potent.>


You see we are encountering in H/I shape, twice “shaman” (1.as sumerian Meme,Gula and 2.with chinese character Wu=shaman) !and also Twice “Life” : (1.Özgür “Life force” and 2. twice Me, Me+Me, twice “life spirit, being“) See Wikipedia Wu(shaman) Work Ethics and Work Valuations in a Period of Commercialization: Ming China, 1500–1644*

Published online by Cambridge University Press

“Labour” is expressed by the term lao

, which has the connotation of “toil”, “pain”, and “exhaustion”, or qin

, which implies diligent or industrious work. Both refer mainly to physical work, especially in agriculture. Another designation for work is gong

Since this character is derived from a tool-like object, probably a carpenter’s square, it is predominantly associated with craft or proto-industrial production. …..Wu: female shamans in ancient China <Ancient oracle bone inscriptions use wu most frequently in relation to spirit sacrifices and for calls to “bring the wu.”….The oldest Chinese dictionary, Shuowen Jiezi, equates wu with zhu, a ritual invocator, and with ling, “spiritual, divine.” It underlines the female signification of wu: “wu is a zhu (invoker or priest), a woman who is able to render [herself] invisible, and with dance to invoke gods to come down.. Anciently, men and spirits did not intermingle. At that time there were certain persons who were so perspicacious, single-minded, and reverential that their understanding enabled them to make meaningful collation of what lies above and below, and their insight to illumine what is distant and profound. Therefore the spirits would descend upon them. The possessors of such powers were, if men, called xi (shamans), and, if women, wu (shamanesses). It is they who supervised the positions of the spirits at the ceremonies, sacrificed to them, and otherwise handled religious matters. As a consequence, the spheres of the divine and the profane were kept distinct. The spirits sent down blessings on the people, and accepted from them their offerings. There were no natural calamities. [Bodde, 390-1] >


Also interesting, the porthole shape is identical with old chinese characters for sun “ri” (and moon “yue”)

2 Responses to “Further, Göbekli Tepe H and I symbols.”

  1. Julie Bayley Says:

    I noticed also stones with holes in at Gobekli Tepe and I wondered if these were the same as the “soul holes” found in ancient churches; for the immortal souls supposedly to ascend to the afterlife. The people who founded this ancient temple were in marked contrast to the followers of Jehovah who did not believe in an immortal soul/afterlife but believed that when you die you return to dust as the Bible teaches. Nimrod founded Babylon and I wondered whether the T stones had something to do with his son Tammuz where the worship of the cross of Tau some scholars claim started. Our modern day crosses are supposedly founded from the Cross of Tau also.


  2. eugenrau Says:

    I am not sure if there are soul holes or if they believed in afterlife.But beginning from the fact that in great measure were animists, for animists the body and soul were distinct independent entities wich could be separated and reunited.As when sleeping they thought that the soul is leaving temporary the body.So when die soul would roam, fly around and for some reasons could make harm.As one not die completely in an instant.T is inspiring, give the feeling, that emanates power.It was the being,life symbol. T pillars inhabited life spirits. Nota-bene, our cross has the same strong relation with life. Both cross has close shapes one to another. See also old European root Xhar, “put,shaped in a pleasing manner”. All their spiritual activity was devoted to life, not to deities or afterlife, even if they knew of spirits/ghosts.I see a direct relation between Tamuz tau cross wich was sacred and sumerian sign T “me” “divine ordinance,powers”


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