Аcad. Tsvetan Guide presented the new book of the “The Thracian Script Decoded” series.

The Institute of Transcendent Science, the Department of Thracology, presented new discoveries about the ancient Thracian writing system in our lands. A conference titled “The Ancient Writing System in Our Lands Decoded according to the Method of Guide” was jointly organized with the Vratsa Regional History Museum to mark May 24 – the Day of Bulgarian Enlightenment and Culture. The mayors of Vratsa, Mezdra, Gradeshnitsa and Krivodol – Nikolay Ivanov, Eng. Genadi Sabkov, Magdalin Salkov and Petar Danchev – were among the guests of the forum, along with public figures, cultural activists and scientists. The new book by Acad. Tsvetan Gaidarski of “The Thracian Script Decoded” series was also presented at the conference.

The press conference was opened by the director of the Regional Museum of History Vratsa George Genetsovski.

The research by the Department of Thracology at the Institute of T-Science on the Thracian script has been carried out for many years. Much of this research was published in Dr. Stephen Guide’s books and works of the “The Thracian Script Decoded” series (volumes I, II, III and IV, during the time period 2006-2008), edition of the Institute of T-Science, the Department of Thracology. Unfortunately, Dr. Stephen Guide is no longer among us, but he bequeathed to us a huge scientific and cultural legacy. The research method he created can be applied by every scientist in different fields of knowledge, linguistics and technological applications. Disputes among groups of scientists about these revolutionary discoveries continue even until today, but theories suggesting that the Thracians didn’t have a writing system were utterly refuted and notions of the ancient world were changed forever. Readers who are familiar with these publications already know about the discoveries and the “Method of Guide” according to which the Thracian pictographic script from the Neolithic was translated through its later analogue introduced in Ancient Egypt and known as the Egyptian hieroglyphic script from the Old Kingdom.
In any event, the Thracian pictographic script on numerous artifacts from Gradeshnitsa-Karanovo-Tartaria Culture (dated in around 5000 BC) was transcribed and translated by the team of the Institute of T-Science in the way the hieroglyphic script from the Old Kingdom in Egypt was translated, and the results were surprising and unprecedented. Their validity was completely confirmed by the fact that they reflected clear semantical and conceptual content, besides in one and the same language which was obviously spoken in a wide geographical region that included Thrace, Anatolia and Northern Egypt.

BUT . . . the great part of the artifacts from the Neolithic Period contained totally different, not pictographic “cuts” and “scrawls” that were found also in parallel with the pictograms on those Thracian artifacts on which they were recorded but which have not been registered anywhere in the Egyptian hieroglyphic script until now. These “strange signs”, of course, waited to be explained and required additional research by our team at the Institute of T-Science over the years, so that those characteristics of the Thracian writing system which obviously were lacking in Egypt could be explained too.

The new discoveries that followed from this years-long work are also presented in a new book of the “The Thracian Script Decoded – V” series by Acad. Tsvetan Gaidarski. Again, this is a great breakthrough in the methodology of reading the inscriptions on our ancient archaeological

 

 

“The Thracian Script Decoded” V