South American Natives Speak Ancient European Language? Part 1

Based on Moricz’s research the Institutio de Antropologia y Geografia of Quito stated that the ancient language that suffered the wanton extermination of the Spanish was the Hungarian language. The traces of this ancient language clearly show themselves in the geographical and family names, notwithstanding the forced change of language carried out by the Spanish. The tribes still speaking Hungarian – among them the Cayapa, Salasaca (Zala-szaka, several ancient sources mentions the Scythians by the name of Saka) – use words like these, among others: apa=apa (father), aya=anya (mother), nap=nap (sun, day), vin=vén (old), kit=két (two), us=ős (ancient, forefather, progenitor), cu=kő (stone), pi, bi=víz (water), fuel=folyó (river), pille=pille (moth), lepke (butterfly) and so on.

Some names consistent with Hungarian names: Tanay, Damma, Taday, Mór, Momay, Mansy, Pil, Béla, Uray, Zillahi etc. The name of one of the ancient places of the Zuay province: Pest. On the area of the old Kitus empire can be found burial mounds1 (kurgan) and in them trepanated skulls. Among the archaeological artefacts we find axes (fokos) and a sceptre and orb analogous to the Hungarian coronation jewels. According to Moricz this golden orb (‘alma’=apple) with a double cross actually symbolises the globe of the earth.

Hungarian royal sceptre and orb

These discoveries were received with great enthusiasm in all of South America, especially in Ecuador. They veritably celebrated the finds, for not even the violent rule of the Spanish invaders could completely erase the memory of their ancient past. The authorities double-checked Moricz’s linguistic and archaeological data and found them reliable. They decided to make a huge international “issue” out of the matter, in order to hasten the revision of the history of the Americas. According to their plans they intended to turn to the United Nations.

Following further investigations and with the help of the local Indians Moricz discovered a vast system of caves in the ancient jungles of Ecuador. In one of the caves he stumbled upon a veritable museum: a library in runic script carved on golden plates, sculptures, cultural monuments. He named this cave the “Cave of the Shamans”.2 (Táltosok Barlangja) In his opinion the ancient inhabitants collected all of this treasure in this cave for protection from the threats of Spanish invaders. Moricz claims that the entire Andes mountains are riddled with cave systems and passages. These were used for transportation by the ancient inhabitants. The Argentinian president and and the Ecuadorian general staff wanted to entrust him to lead a research expedition for which they would provide him with economical and technical support. However, this plan was never realised.

  1. In Hungarian ‘halomsír’ []
  2. This translation is not really correct because the priest caste of the ancient Hungarians were not actually shamans. There is no equivalent for the notion of ‘táltos’ in any other language. A close relative could be considered the Welsh bards or the Celtic druids. The sacred task of the táltos was, among many other tasks, to remember, guard and cherish the ancient memories, heritage and legacy of their race and to teach it and they did this through the medium of song. []
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