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Unexplored Chapters of Hungarian History, part 2

V. UNDERGROUND CITIES.

The ancient snake cultures always tried to serve the good of Mankind and to uplift their lives.

 

It is not known to me at the present why these cultures moved to underground cities, caves and tunnels, as we learn in the story of the Little Snake Prince. Some of these cities have already been mentioned above. They led from Canaan, through Malta, the Aegean islands to the Carpathian Basin. The Almási Barlang in Erdély (Transylvania) has not yet been excavated and the following places also need to be researched: the several castles with dragon traditions that supposedly still hold treasures, the tunnels under Lake Balaton which are being investigated by Professor Kornél Bakai, the underground church at Feldebrő, the caves of Tihany, but most of all the cave system of the Pilis and the holy traditions connected with it. We must not forget that this is the resting place of Pál who was the son of the first Snake King named Scythes. The Magyar order of the Pálos, who were called the White Brothers of the Pilis, protected his resting place. This was the reason that the power of the Roman Catholic Church corrupted this order.

We also have to pay attention to the round churches of the ancient Magyar religion, which were destroyed by the power structures on hand with frightening regularity. One such remaining church is at Őskű, which means „ancient stone”, the round church of Bény which is now under Slovak occupation. Old people of the town remember that the circular floor of this tiny church once had an isosceles cross in the middle but it was covered during the years of Soviet occupation. The niches in its walls present a unique acoustic experience, the same voice sounds different from the seat in each niche, from high soprano to base and they remind us that our ancestors knew how to use the sound waves even in building. The acoustic effect at the excavation site of Vésztő-Mágor is even more surprising. If one is standing in the ruins of the old church, which is now only a few centimeters above the ground, there is an echo, even though there is no high structure that would deflect the sound, only the wide open flatlands. An integral part of the round churches are the holy wells, like the „Little well” (kutacska) in Bény.

Szilvia Varga[29] writes about the round churches of Europe and discusses in length the round church of Szalonna, Hungary, which was built by the descendants of Őrúr in the 12th century A.D. The church itself is surrounded by a thick wall. She tells us that the Scythians already used this method of building. The church is connected with an underground corridor to the Pálos monastery of Martony. The corridor was even spacious enough to perform initiation ceremonies. Its frescoes and their technique lead us back into the ancient past and validate the ancient past of the Magyars. „This is a church of the Sun where the people came to fill up with energy and to purify their lives, or to rest in her peaceful sanctuary” says the author.

The spread of these peaceful cultures were used by the power-hungry elements of later ages, which called them their own. This is how the Snake or Dragon which was always the symbol of knowledge, of peaceful evolution became, in their hands, the symbol of evil but they used the knowledge of these cultures toward their own selfish goals and to spread their influence. This is how the Snake became the symbol beginning with the Templars to the Illuminatis’ evil desire for world domination. I will discuss the underground churches in the Addenda.

The secret society began in the 11th century to preserve the Snake-bloodline. The very secretive Sion Society belongs to them too. The main goal of both the Templars and the Illuminati is to place individuals, who represent the Snake bloodline into the focal points of the power structures all over the world. The same fate befell the centers of ancient religions: the Roman Catholic Church used their organization toward their own goals, to destroy these religions. The Magyar Templars were established in 1147 A.D.. Today the Roman Catholic bishops, who represent this order, received permission from Pope John II. to use the Hungarian Holy Crown as their symbol. This short study can hardly touch upon the full importance of this subject and it takes much research to fully document the existing data.

It is worth-while taking seriously the message of the Little Snake Prince, whose figure was preserved by the Magyar story tellers, since their goal was to spread knowledgeand goodness all over the world and to help uplift the consciousness of Mankind. According to Mrs. Buró, Agnes Benedekfy it is no accident that the Magyar words kígyó and kegy (snake and grace) have a linguistic connection.

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We also have to note that the forerunner of earthly events is always connected to the world of Stars. A Scythian warrior’s tattoo shows a dragon and the Little Dipper emerges from its open mouth reminding us of the ancient creative powers which the Dragons symbolize.[30]

As one studies the dragon motifs of the Church of Alacska[31] Dr. Ágnes Gyárfás familiarizes us with the Magyar belief system’s dragon image which is different from any other. I would like to bring some of her insights to our consciousness:

„The Magyar dragon, which lived in the most ancient times and whose memory is preserved in our churches, has a completely different character than the European monsters of destruction. It is more related to the Chinese dragons, but its characteristics are special because it is loving and life-giving and its being that endures was miraculously preserved on the timpanongs of our churches and on the furniture inside. We treasure these as the ancient manifestations of a Magyar Christianity.” (p.42)

„Let us become familiarized with this dragon too which is not aggressive, does not blow fire, does not ask for ransoms from the cities, in exchange for virgin girls, does not cower on forsaken islands in order to blow the ships into a vortex but life springs from its body, its strength nourishes, upholds, it is tender. When it needs to resort to destruction, it does that with good cause.

This dragon guards the church of Alacska too. It shows itself in three forms.

On the Lord’s Table it appears as the ancient force which upholds our Earth; it also appears on the crown of the pulpit and at the end of the benches. Here it individually guards every pious soul who comes here.”

„... But our collective subconscious preserves these dragon-like talents. We have heard about them; we know that there is an endless love that can exist above ourselves and we have to make this knowledge a universal way of life, in order to balance out the atomic weapons, biological warfare, heavy bombardments and unbridled hate and to believe finally the words of Jesus: I recognize you if you love one another.”

The scientists of the world bypass us Magyars by accident or consciously and all the people with similar goals. This is painful but one cannot anchor one’s life to this pain. We have to keep before us the fate that was written in Heaven and have to place the emphasis upon our spiritual evolution at all times, so that we may, with ourselves, uplift the world too since – as we once learned in our schools – „every science is a treasure only as far as it teaches us to rise above ourselves and brings us closer to God.”

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ADDENDA.

UNDERGROUND CHURCHES

Most of the underground churches in Hungary are part of the above-ground churches and cathedrals. Our archaeologists explain that these churches were built upon lands of the ancient pagan religious sites, and their strata, their past goes back to the Stone Age. The oldest such church is the church of Tarnaszentmária.

These churches are also near the preexisting, natural caves which are numerous in Hungary. The main goal of the only Magyar religious order, the the Pauline Order, was to search all the caves of the Pilis Mountains, since these were held as holy by the people. István Warsányi rested on the land of the Holy Cross Monastery and wrote a poem around 1530, entitled: Distichon fratris Stephani Warsani super fundatione monasterii Sanctae Crucis in Pilisio. He carved the text into stone before the Turkish onslaught and this is how it remained.

...Once upon a time walking the endless, roadless land

Our fathers lived at the base of great mountains in little huts

And the caves hid them from the world,

Blessed Özséb, this holy man, a hermit, a priest raised

This monastery in honor of the Cross

Many brothers came to him in droves,

They left the solitude and began to live a communal life.

It is from here that the order of Hermit St. Paul

Spread all over the world, they wore white clothes and their souls were white too.

Great rivers begin from such small springs.”

The order was founded by King Béla IV. in 1250 and Rome gave its blessing in 1329 A.D. The official documents and folk memory both call the monks of this order the White Priests of the Pilis, for whom these underground churches and corridors also served as places of their initiation ceremonies. The center of this order was Klastrompuszta, its architect was Holy Özséb, the Canon of the Esztergom cathedral. from 1250-1270 A.D. The second great center of this order was Budaszentlőrinc with the Báthory cave, which today is very neglected and overgrown by vegetation. The most sacred place of the Pauline Order is the holy place of the Pilis where only they and the King were permitted to enter in olden days.

The last surviving member of this foundation is Father Vince Árva who lives in Hungary and was recently, in 2007, a victim of a vicious attack that almost cost his life.

The most dedicated researcher of the Pilis and the Pauline Order is Mr. Lajos Szántai.

Literature:

Lajos Szántai: Pálosok.

http://www.holop.hu/~kesziisk/p16.html

1. The Roman Catholic church of Tarnaszentmária.

It was built in the 10th century as a meeting place for the descendants of the Árpád-line. It was the property of the daughter of the then reigning Prince Géza. Géza was the father of King István I.

The church was dedicated to the Madonna of the Sickle.

The church was built above the underground church where remnants of a Neolithic settlement can also be found. The church has survived through the years of the kings until today. At one time, this underground church was used as a resting place of reigning princes.

Literature:

György Győrffy: Tájak-Korok-Múzeumok Kiskönyvtára no.321. 1988

http://www.gyakg.u-szeged.hu/tarna/farkzolt/kkmkult/stilusok htm.

2. The underground church of Feldebrő

It was built in the 11th century during the reign of Samuel Aba, according to the plans which he designed, to be his resting place. He was buried here in 1060.

Literature:

Dezső Dercsényi – Anna Zádor: Kis Magyar Művészettörténet. Published by the Képzőművészeti Alap Kiadóvállalata Budapest, 1980

Ferenc Vámossy – Erzsébet F. Vámossy: Az építészeti kultura Magyarországon, Budapest, 1977

3. The underground church of Tihany.

It was built in 1055 during the reign of King András I. His stone coffin is still in good shape, decorated with the special cross design of the Árpáds: its long stem follows a spiral pattern.

The many caves of the Tihany region served as habitats for hermits. By today only one such cave has remained, the only one in Central Europe. This region was inhabited from the most ancient times on. The first written document of the Árpád age is tied to this region too. An egg-shaped, triple fortification called Óvár, which served as defense in the Bronze Age, is at the northern side of the peninsula. Artifacts from the Iron Age, the Celtic era and even later Roman times can be found here too.

Literature:

István Lázár: Képes magyar történelem. Corvina Budapest, 1993

http://tres.blki.hu/~/otthon.html

http://www.balaton.hu/tihany

4. Veszprém

The St. Michael Church of Veszprém is already mentioned in the founding documents of the Pannonhalma Cathedral in 1002. Veszprém was the property of the Founding Princes and it is the greatest church-county in Hungary.

The Magyar historian Dr. Tibor Baráth has demonstrated that churches dedicated to St. Michael in Hungary are all of pagan origin and their history goes far back into antiquity.

Reference:

http://www.vpmegye.hu/turist/tematik/egyhaz/egyhazhu.htm

5. Undergraound church of Pécs.

King István I began to build it in the 9th century as a part of a preexisting, 4th century underground church. This was enlarged in the 9th century and the building is still being used as a church.

6. The newest underground church in Miskolc-Tapolca.

This church was built in the 1930’s, it received its official blessing in 1935. It was built into two caves which were connected. They were used by shepherds prior to the building and other unknown people have also used it throughout the years. The underground church is connected with several underground corridors. The main body of the church is decorated with an accurate star-map. This procedure is part of a large scale plan of the Esztergom Cathedral, which was designed by the very famous astronomer-bishop János Vitéz who served under King Mátyás.

This building project reminds us of the truth of the saying that the longest survival of every culture and its elements is in the place of their origin.

Reference:

István Dobrossy: Miskolc írásban és képekben.

http://www.miskolctapolca.hu/tap/tortenet/kapolna.html

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Castles

The underground halls of ancient castles and churches served as places of initiation too. We know of an especially large number of such places in Erdély (Transylvania). Here I mention only a few: Kokodvár, Firtos vára, Rapsonné vára, etc. It is believed that the underground halls of this latter one are filled with solid gold statues and that they receive their light from the light of immense, three-sided diamonds. Many have searched for these, but none was lucky enough to find them.

Literature:

Miklós Asztalos: A történeti Erdély, A Történeti Erdély Kiadó: Erdélyi Férfiak Egyesülete, 1936

Pyramids.

These too can be considered underground churches, burial and initiation places. The best guarded secret of Central Europe is that the Carpathian Basin was once the land of pyramids. The immense pyramid building from 2500 B.C. to 1900 B.C. These dates coincide with the beginnings of the Egyptian pyramid building projects.

The traces of several hundred pyramids can be found in Hungary in the Kőrös-Sárrét region. Most of them are on flat land, near brooks. Their height was measured and recorded on military maps of 1783 A.D. We can form some picture of their mass when we realize that it took 3000 wagons to cart away the material of a smaller pyramid for road-building in 1910 A.D. This project offered the possibility to examine the base of this pyramid. The grave which was found here was 310 x 260 meters. The buried body rested on a striped blanket and was painted red.

During the excavation of the nearby Vésztő-Csolt Monastery and the Mágor Hill artifacts made of red clay were found. The statues were in a sitting position; they were dated to 2700 B.C. and all of them are part of the Tisza culture. The inhabitants of the region frequently show an almost identical profile. (There is also an acoustically unexplained echo which has no deflecting objects to create it.)

The immense earth project called Csörsz Árka is 1,800.000 meters long and is believed to be part of a once existing defense system. According to some scientists, it was built by local residents here against the Romans; others hold that the Romans began to build this against the Sarmatians.

Literature:

Károly Bugár-Mészáros: Körös-Sárréti Útikalauz, Általános információk. Építészeti emlékek a Körös-Sárrét vidékén.

http://www.c3.hu/~kvte/ksar/epit.htm

Possible connections

The age of the pyramid building projects of the Carpathian Basin is the same as the buildings of the Third Egyptian dynasty. The members of this dynasty bear Székely (Sicul) historical names: Sekhemkhet 2648-2640 B.C., Khaba (meaning: the Soul manifests) 2603-2599 B.C., and Huni (The Smiter) 2599-2575 B.C.

The Székely cultic vocabulary is formed with the help of the consonants Sz-K (Sz is pronounced as the English S as in silver.)

Ék-Úr Lord of the Wedge

ék wedge, also decoration

Szik-Úr Lord of Life

Székely the child of the above

szik the life, the plant within the seed

szék residence.

szék chair

székesegyház cathedral. The home of the One God

székház headquarters

szikla rock

zeg-zúg nicks and crannies

szak sections

The importance of this list of words is the following:

The first Egyptian step pyramid (szakos) is built upon a rock (szikla)

The pyramid rests upon a szék, szak structure and these are built ever higher.

Every following szak (section) is smaller than the one before and, for this reason, its outline is a zig-zag (zeg-zúg).

The names of the three kings of the third dynasty tell us the following:

The first syllable of the name Sekhemkhet belongs to the consonants of the Székely religious vocabulary.

The name Khaba is the same as the name of the son of King Atilla. The Magyars call him Csaba, but in historical documents he is also mentioned as Khaba. The name Csaba means a comet, and as such his role is eternal return. The Székely-Magyars still surround his memory with love; he is part of their hymn which expresses their hope that he will return soon on his path, the Milky Way. The Székelys state that they are descended from the Huns.

Huni is the third king; his Horus name is the Smiter. The Huns were believed to be God’s whip and their role was to ban evil and illness from the Earth. It is for this reason they believed that Atilla was also a scourge of God.

Beyond the southern side of the Carpathian Basin, in Minoan Crete, we find objects decorated in the Székely style from 1800 B.C.[32]

One can identify Székely (Sicul) presence for several reasons among the ancient inhabitants of Sicily. The center of the Sicilian town of Kefalu means in Magyar „Stone town” (Kő falu), which is accurate, considering the huge mountain of rock in the center of this town. The names Sicily and Sicul and also the name Sican go back to Székely (Sicul) origins. These were two of the three ancient inhabitants. Mr. Tiffany’s article about the underground churches of Malta also points to Sicilian inhabitants.

Here we are only one step away from Egypt. The Magyar pyramids serve as solution to the secrets of Egyptian pyramids, which is only possible through the knowledge of the Magyar culture.

Literature: Peter A. Clayton: Die Pharaonen

http://www.crystalinks.com/dynasty3.html

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ADDURA

Some years ago, in Agrigento, a 500,000 year-old human skull was found. At the time of this find, the skull of the „Mandrascava girl” was the oldest, intact human skull. Further research showed that the people of Sicily lived under very organized circumstances around 10,000 B.C. On the hills of Pellegrino, near Palermo, in the cave of Addura, this culture is estimated to be 8,000 years old and scientists surmise that it evolved into a culture similar to that of Central and Western Europe. In spite of this, they still did not establish whence this culture came to Sicily, from the North or the West.[33]

The Siculs and Sicans, who were the name-givers of this island, began the foundation of this society in 5,000 B.C., according to presently popular opinions. By 2,000 B.C., three languages had evolved here: in the West the Sican language, Elymian in the North West and the Sicul language in the East. The scant remnants of these cultures can still be found. For example the large stone memorial which was dedicated to Diana in Kefalu was probably erected by the Sicans.

This land was later colonized around 900 B.C. by the Phoenicians who also founded Carthage in North Africa, and later the cities of Mozia, Solunto and Palermo in Sicily.

Literature:

http://www.bestofsicily.com/history 1.htm

Tomory Zsuzsa Kezdeteink, Publ. Nagy Lajos Király Magánegyetem Bölcsész Egyesülete Hungary

Literature

Dr. Gyárfás, Ágnes: Ősi értékünk a szalonnai napnak szentelt templom, Ősi Gyökér 2004 július-szemptemberi száma, 39.old.

Dr. Gyárfás, Ágnes Az élő és éltető sárkány, Ősi Gyökér kulturális folyóirat Miskolc, 2001 július-szeptember-i száma, 35. old.

C. Scott Littleton Were the Sarmatians the Source of the Arthurian Legend? (Ford.: Szarmatáktól származik az Arthur legenda?) Archaeology January-February 1997

Peter Salway Roman Britain Oxford, 1981

Edward Gibbon The History of the Decline and fall of the Roman Empire Vol. 2

Magyar, Adorján Az ősműveltség, a MA. Baráti Kör kiadása Budapest

Magyar, Adorján A lelkiismeret aranytükre, Duna publ. Switzerland.

Berze Nagy, János az „Ethnographia” folyóirat 1927. évfolyama

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The Dawn of Civilization, (A civilizáció hajnala) McGraw Hill Book Co. Inc., edited by Prof. Stuart Piggott

Berze Nagy, János Baranyai néphagyományok, Kultura Könyvnyomdai Műintézet Pécs, 1940

Buróné Benedekfy, Ágnes Egy titokzatos nép holt (?) nyelve: AZ ETRUSZK, a Miskolci Bölcsész Egyesület kiadása, Dr. Gyárfás Ágnes gondozásában.

Bugár-Mészáros, Károly: Körös-Sárréti Útikalauz, Általános információk. Építészeti emlékek a Körös-Sárrét vidékén.

Asztalos, Miklós: A történeti Erdély, A Történeti Erdély Kiadó: Erdélyi Férfiak Egyesülete, 1936

Dobrossy, István: Miskolc írásban és képekben.

Warsányi, István Distichon fratris Stephani Warsani super fundatione monasterii Sanctae Crucis in Pilisio, 1530

Dercsényi, Dezső – Zádor Anna: Kis Magyar Művészettörténet. Published by the Képzőművészeti Alap Kiadóvállalata Budapest, 1980

Vámossy, Ferenc – F. Vámossy Erzsébet: Az építészeti kultura Magyarországon, Budapest, 1977

Győrffy, György: Tájak-Korok-Múzeumok Kiskönyvtára 321. sz. 1988

Berze Nagy János Ethnographia folyóirat, 1927. évfolyam 66. old./ Magyar Adorján az Ősműveltség 85. old.

Jennifer Taylor Undergraduate Research Conference in the Spring of 1999, titled, "Warrior Women of Ancient Greece: Myth or Reality?".

Tomory Zsuzsa Az Arthur legendakör magyar kapcsolatai. Ősi Gyökér, A Nagy Lajos Király Egyetem Bölcsész Egyesülete Miskolc

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Rasa Von Werder's Interview Of Dr. Jeannine Davis-Kimball . © 2004 - 2006

Peter A. Claton: Die Pharaonen

Dear Dr. Kimball,

I wrote this article for interested Magyar readers, after listening to the program showing your excavations and research into the origins of the Amazons.

The subject took me further than anticipated, to the world of the Sarmatians in Europe and later to the underground buildings and pyramids of the Carpathian Basin.

I hope that some of the information contained in the attached study may be of help in your further research into the origins of the Sarmatians.

Sincerely

Susan Tomory.

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