Thracian runes are the oldest letter in the world

Over the past six years, Reneta Dzajunova and Mila Salamhi thoroughly researched the world’s written signs. Although they are not scientists, the two women have extremely profound knowledge in several key areas, fluent in rare languages and have access to ancient artifacts. They dedicate their lives to unravaning the mystery of the Thracian letter.

Originally fascinated by ancient Rome, they went far enough to make a connection between ancient civilizations and their Thracian roots. The study begins with an examination of all historical sources and scientific literature about the Thracians. The two detected the errors in translation and numerous discrepancies in the dates, using their own unique method, based on a comparison between three languages: Bulgarian, Albanian and Boharski (the language of the copates, the Christians in Egypt, which until today remains A mystery even for the Egyptologist, but the general opinion is that it came from the coast.Thracian runes

R. Dzajunova and M. Salamhi make their breakthrough through the Boharic, which is unknown to the scientists in the country. The first for the similarity between the Thracian, the Bulgarian and the Boharian speaks Stefan Guide. On this, his insight is being stepped up by the two researchers and checking his theory, and to this end the linguist in the group learns Boharski.

Years later it turns out that the Bulgarian language was developed during the millennia Thracian, but there is a missing link, which is explained by the origin of the very written system of the Thracians. Their runes are embedded in the decoration of the Neolithic vessels. A guideline for this is the work of Henrietta Todorova, Bogdan Nikolov and Petar Detev.

At a later stage of the study it became clear that the so-called Proto-Bulgarian runes are developed Thracian, preserved as a sacred letter to the X century. With the help of known sound values and their upgrade they manage to develop a completely new but surefire method of translation. This is evident from the translations of numerous artifacts from all over the world, where information is detected and confirmed with already known historical facts.


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