South American Natives Speak Ancient European Language? Part 2

The forgers appear

When Juan Moricz returned to Ecuador to continue his research in 1966, he discovered that while he was away the Romanians1, who had found out about his discoveries regarding the kinship between the Ecuadorians and the Magyars, had invited several Ecuadorian scholars and journalists to Transylvania, where they were wined and dined for months, accepting all their expenses, of course. Why the Romanians had to invite the members of the Ecuadorian academy became clear when one of the scholars indicated in an article of his, sent by him from Transylvania – and published in “El Telégrafo” – that the customs and folk costumes etc. of the Transylvanian people are identical to those of the Ecuadorian people, that is, there is an obvious kinship here: between the Romanians and the Ecuadorians.

Although Moricz managed to neutralise this latest Romanian lie, it is nevertheless noteworthy to observe, that while the Magyars have barely stopped reeling from the first surprise, the Romanians are already in full swing working on a new historical forgery.

Awake, Magyar people!

On August 19th 1966 Jorge E. Blinkorn’s2 stirring article was published in “El Telégrafo” with the title “Cinderella in Ancient History”. In this article he writes, that it was by the hands of people calling themselves civilised that the erstwhile ancient culture was plundered and destroyed. Where formerly the castles and the shrines of a high-cultured people stood sparkling in the first rays of the Sun, there we are today surrounded by ruins and smouldering wood, as Time’s eternal accusation which unerasably shows the intruding savage Spanish hordes the misdeeds of this blind barbarism.

May this dark age end – he continues – and those out of whom the “learned” made the Cinderella of history were the greatest bearers of culture in world history and their brilliance covered the whole world. He ends his article thus: Awake, sleeping beauty! You are not Cinderella! Awake and present yourself in front of the peoples showing your true nature: a radiant angel,3 whose light has shone since ancient times and with its culture covered the world! Awake, history of Ecuador! Awake, Magyar people!

On August 26th 1966, the Quito newspaper “El Comercio” reports the latest results of Moricz’ research. We find out that the world’s biggest volcano existed on the territory of present-day Ecuador and its name was Capac-Urcu. The ancient inhabitants called it Father of Mountains which also corresponds in meaning with APA-ÚR-KŐ.4 The Spanish changed its name to El Nevada del Altal,5 as they did with so many ancient Magyar names of this land.

Here Moricz gives the true meaning of the names Quito and Guayaquil. The old form of Quito is KIT-US. This was also the name of the most ancient kingdom. KIT-US means ‘two ancestors’6 that is, even today the city of Quito is the faithful guardian of the memory of the two progenitors (KÉT ŐS) of the Magyars, Gog and Magog (Nimrod).7

Originally, the name of the present-day great port was not Guayaquil, but Uaya. The ‘u’ corresponds to ‘ó’ meaning ‘ancient’, ‘old’, while “AYA” = Anya (meaning in Hungarian ‘Mother’). The meaning of these words are the same as above in several tribes who have managed to keep their old Magyar language and still live on the territory of the age-old kingdom of KÉT-ŐS in Ecuador to this day.

In this article Moricz urges the Anglo-Saxon researchers, as the unrivalled guardians of pure science, that they would do well to clarify how and through what people was transmitted to their language the word KING with which they designated their every ruler. For this word has since ancient times existed in America with the same meaning and it was pronounced everywhere as KINGA. Only the forced translation of the Spanish resulted in the INKA or INGA words. This article had an immense impact on the scientific community as well as the general population.

On September 12th 1966, the Quito paper “El Comercio” published an extraordinary interview. In this article Moricz tells the legend of Csaba8 and he recalls (claims) that CHABU or CSABA returned to Great Scythia: America. He points out (claims) that Csaba is buried in North Peru’s famous city of Chan-Chan, where he died of old age. He explains that the well-known “Kán Opoz the famous sailor” in Hungarian mythology is identical with the mythological character named by Thor Heyerdahl as Kon-Tiki,9 whom the Magyar children’s stories and legends have preserved from those times when the Magyars stepped into boats and sailed across the ‘Óperenciás tenger’ (the Pacific Ocean)10 and, as “the last ones to come from Scythia”, arrive in the Carpathian Basin.

This article had such a great impact that that very same afternoon a Franciscan monk contacted Moricz and let him know that the leader of the order had called a meeting at noon with the monks and appealed to them not to talk about this article nor the discoveries of Moricz because all this hurt the Spanish interests in Ecuador. Later it was revealed that other monastic orders had issued such and similar bans. The monk expressed his utmost outrage, since in such a way they are prohibited to have their part in the ancient research. The monk belonged to the native population!

  1. In Hungarian ‘oláh’. Other names are Vallachians, Wallachians, Wlachs, Wallachs, Vlahs, Blachs, Olahs or Ulahs. []
  2. Correct spelling is Blinkhorn. []
  3. In Hungarian ‘tündér’. No suitable equivalent exist for this being in the English language. The closest might be fairy or pixie but more angelic in appearance. []
  4. In Hungarian literally meaning Father-Lord-stone. Mention is made of the meaning further down as being “chief of mountains”. []
  5. Most probably the extinct volcano of El Altar. []
  6. Hungarian: ‘két’=two; ‘ős’=ancient, old, ancestor. According to László Aranyi (Hungarian language website) it can also correspond to the Greek ‘scytha’ without the ‘s’. However, it is also possible that there is a double meaning, in which case we may think of a united manifestation of the warrior and the spiritual kingships. []
  7. In the Magyar ancient myths and chronicles Gog and Magog corresponds to Hunor and Magor, the sons of Nimrod, the divine progenitor of the Magyar people. In astrological terms Nimrod is called the Great Hunter and is identical to the constellation of Orion. []
  8. “Following Atilla’s untimely death resulting from an assassination plot, the German tribes of the Hun Empire turned against the Huns. Fierce battles ensued. One of the Hun tribes, the Székely people of Transylvania, stood guarding the Hun positions in the Eastern Carpathians while Atilla’s sons led the military campaigns against the enemies of the Hun Empire. Csaba, Atilla’s youngest son promised the Székely people that he would return with reinforcements from the East to protect them against the enemies of the Huns. This he did on several occasions as the neighbouring peoples continued their aggressions against the Huns.

    Even long after Csaba had joined his ancestors among the stars of the heavens, his army of invincible Hun warriors returned from the other world along the starry path of the Milky Way, which the Hungarians call “Hadak Utja”, the road of the warriors, in order to defend the Székelys. This story represents the firm knowledge that the Huns will return to protect their kinsmen against foreign aggression, and their determination never to give up the Carpathians: this region was the heart of the Hun Empire and had always belonged to their kind.” Source []

  9. In Inca mythology, Apu Qun Tiqsi Wiraqutra, commonly known today as Con-Tici Viracocha or simply Viracocha, was the creator of civilization, and one of the most important deities in the Inca canon. […] He is identifiable with the Polynesian sun god. The ship Kon-Tiki was given its name from this alternate theonym. Source []
  10. Óperenceia is the name in Magyar fairy tales of the mythical ocean at the edge of the land of fairy tales. Mention is also made of a country with that name. There are many theories concerning its worldly geographical location – if there ever was one – and one of them speculates that it could have been the Pacific Ocean. Some speculate that the name derives from the Old Testament where the name Ophir-Hevila, Ophir-Chavila or simply Hevila or Evila is mentioned. In Genesis, chapter 2, verse 2:11 the name Hevila is mentioned and says it is a place abundant in gold. The names Ophir and Hevila or Chavila are also mentioned separately as names of persons. I have been unable to find any references to the combination Ophir-Hevila anywhere else but in Hungarian sources. It is possible that alternate translations of this passage in the Old Testament exist. []
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