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INCA, MAYA, AZTEC AND TURKISH COMMON CULTURE




The similarity between the Turks who created civilization in Asia and the Maya-Aztec-Olmek civilizations, the ancient civilizations living on the American continent, which began with symbols, has reached surprising points in many Decencies.


The similarity between the symbol known as the Hittite Sun in Asia, ki TENGRI (that is, the god of the universe everywhere), and the symbol of the Mayan and Aztec god Quetzalco Decatl, is worth comparing. Especially if we think that we read the name of this god as “holy storey”, the semantic and symbolic similarity increases significantly. (Holy storey means the same as Tengri)


There are other pleasant similarities with Turkish in the names of Maya and Aztec gods.


Chac: So "High" is the Mayan god of lightning and lightning. This word, which is read as a high, still exists in our language in the form of “Lightning flashed”.


Kinich Ahau: Maya is the sun god. Kinich or Küniş is almost exactly the same as the Turkish word “Güneş”. In the old Turkish belief, the name “Künhan” Güneş-Han is one of the names given to the holy sun. The closeness of Ahau and Han words is remarkable.


Xiuhtecuhtli: he is the god of fire and time, has a double mission and can be read as a double blessed.


Tezcatlipoca: Tez = fast, Storied = Moving (moving) and with the transformation from B to P, the word Bora may have taken the form of “poca”. Tezkatlibora is the god of wind.


Xochiquetzal: She was the goddess of beauty and flowers. If we accept that the word “quetzal” is sacred here, that Xochi is very, then the name “Very sacred” will have appeared.


The Turkish language and the Decencies between the words used in the Indian language listed below are really striking.


Bed-ki: boarding house


Tamazkal: Hammam, staying clean Jul


Next to you: next to you


T- sun: long


Misssigi: Egypt


Hill: hill


Hu: hi


Type: custom


Tete: grandpa


Shooting-ka: fire


Ash- embers: food


Yu: water


Yu-mak: washing


Koç: migration


Tekun: tekin


Attack: ata


Age: green


Cakira: cakir


Kun: Day


Athapaskan: the name of the Indian tribe


Ata-Hualpa: the name of the last Maya king


Kalakmul, Uaxactun, Kopan: the names of Mayan cities.



Turkish and Turkish dialects Apart from these few examples, the French linguist Dumesnil has determined that 320 words used by Indians are the same as Turkish. The Historian Ord. Prof. According to Denis Sinor's research, there are very serious similarities between Decrees, culture, beliefs, religion, symbols, language and traditions. According to some scientists and historians, serious evidence has also been identified in genetic examinations. (Unfortunately, our resources are limited because gene research is usually conducted in secret in terms of ethics.)


According to historical research, the similarities listed below have been identified between Indian traditions and Turkish traditions. Dec. Named Tork, the crescent-shaped necklace is worn around their necks by the Navajo, Shan, Ocibya, one of the blond Indian tribes, which are Bozok tribes, just like the Torkoms, and are made of bone. These ”Torcs" are used by many Indians as a wide Lunar star necklace that covers the chest by placing a star in the middle of the crescent.


The Mayans call their language Mayan with the same expression as ours. It has been understood that the name “Yuka-tan”, one of the important settlements of the Maya in Central America, comes from the Yok-Tan region of Turkestan. This region was the settlement area of the Sumerian Turks before they migrated to Mesopotamia…


In another Mayan Polish, the word OGH was used for US. This word is also Pre-Turkish. Because we know that Turkish boys of Asian origin are called On-OK, Boz-Ok, Three-Ok. The word OK here means WE, and as it conveys the meaning of community and height, we see that the manager addresses himself as OKH. When Indian rulers encountered whites, they would raise their right hands and say OGH or UGH. That is“ ”I (we), the manager, greet you (you)".


Captain Cook, who set foot on the island of Tahiti, found out in 1769 that the Indians gave the Turkish name to the headdress from the flower they wore on their heads.


It has been determined that the languages of the Rotuma natives in the Fijian islands are Altaic languages. It has also been understood that the languages of the Indonesian islands are also Altay languages.


Instead of the word doctor, they called Ah-men, the broken dislocator Kak-bak, the healing physician Ah-bak, the midwife who gave birth to a child first-alan-zah. Like all Altai Indians, Indians call each other uncle, father, aunt, aunt, brother. The custom of kissing hands was discovered among Maya Indians in 1878.


Mohawk Indians know 11 of the 12 Anatolian games, including the long donkey game. Wrestling, on the other hand, is practiced as the most important horse sport that starts with prayer in all Indian tribes.


The twine game, which Anatolian Turks play by stretching twine between their fingers, is also played in the Athapaskan and Dechuva tribes. Moreover, the figures and names are the same. If a figure is called a star in Anatolia, it is also called a star in Indians.


Although the Incas called the root family “Ay-ullu”, that is, the great lineage, they called their rulers Kur-Hakan.


The Incas did not name their children until they showed some heroism. The naming process was done ceremonially, a person could have a dozen names and names until he died. (It reminds me of the story of Boğaç Han from Dede Korkut Stories.)


The Incas show great similarity to each other with the Legend of Kapaktokon. Atay (Atav), the ancestor of Mancho Kahan (Kapan), survives a disaster alone. He takes refuge in a cave covered with rocks. A wolf gives a bowl with ”Er- Ak- Koca" light. Atay melts the rocks with this and becomes the head of his people. Cihangir establishes a state. Besides, the Creation Legend of the Kyrgyz and the Kalavela Legend of the Finns of Turkish origin are the same as the legend of the Indians word for word. (The Ergenekon Saga)


Henna burning is practiced in all Indian tribes, like the Anatolian and Central Asian Altaians. The cradle lizard ceremony is also a common ceremony.


A woman in childbirth was considered sacred, like all Altaians. They would make the fortieth of the logue. Like all Altaians, they bury their dead in “Kur-gan” along with their weapons and horse. Blood feud was practiced as a custom.


The Mayans gave vaccines every year on the anniversary of death, and men used to put black paint on their faces at funerals.


The god of pregnancy and fertility of the Toltec Indians is Tez-Storied Poka ( Tez-storied bull ). Indians have the concept of heaven and the sirat bridge. They used to call paradise Vakui ( Akui – The place where rivers flow under it ).


At the end of the 1870s, Siu Indians pulled “Hu” in tribes such as Papiti, Muhave, Kalamat, Shoson, Irok


It has been determined that they performed rituals similar to Bektashi semahs.


It has been found that a Kopuz-like reed was used in the Incas. Aztecs and Mayans drink a drink called Ç-şira ( şira ). The Incas used to call this drink Çira.


All these Asian languages are related to Turkish. They all derive from a common root language. We can also call this root language Pre-Turkish. But Russian linguists have found it appropriate to call this root language Nostratic.


There are many publications about nostratics. But unfortunately, our native linguists never lean on Pre-Turkish, they do not do research on this subject, and they also despise and ridicule those who do.


Finding and extracting this interest or relationship is both a pleasant task and allows us to gain a deeper knowledge of the world's languages.


For example, the word ”Maya“ means ”root, main ore" in Turkish. Beer yeast, bread yeast are words that we all know. In this case, Maya culture means “Root culture” in Pre-Turkish.


Also, when the name ”Aztec“ is divided into two syllables in the form of Az-tek, it means ”Little but one", that is, a culture that is unique to itself. The word az exists in the ASIAN word given the z-s transformation. The word Asia also means "Az-oyu". The word Öyu means "residential area“ and the word ”village“ that we use today is ”OK-öyu" (residential area of the Oks).


The name OK was a name that the Pre-Turks gave to themselves and their rulers. Since this topic is a very deep research topic, I will discuss it further.


I am of the opinion that the name of the ATHAPASKAN language group is nothing more than the Ancestor-President form in Pre-Turkish. Linguists Decry such analogies and always ignore them as “coincidences”. However, when there are many coincidences, they no longer become coincidences. The name of the last Maya king was also Ata-Hualpa. The word Hualpa means Hu-Alp ( Supreme ). The name of another group that lives in North America and still exists is ANASAZI. When we separate this language group into Pre-Turkish Main-Word ( mother tongue ), its meaning becomes clear.


Let's take a look at the names that the Maya culture gave to their cities. Some of them are: Tikal, Palenque, Kopan, Kalakmul, Uaxactun and Altun-Ha cities or rather settlement centers. Now let's examine these settlement names respectively:


Tikal: ”One l" means that which is unique, singular. Because the root word "Tik“ is Pre-Turkish and means ”one". We find its only word in Indian languages as TIK. The Greek index finger is called 'Dahtilo', which was formed by the transformation TIK =>TEK =>TAH =>DAH. The tool we call a typewriter means “one that works with fingers”. In Latin, TE (sen) means ‘second person singular’. Here, too, there is a second person meaning indicated by the index finger.


Palenque: The original sound of P is the sound of B. In other words, the name of this city, which is read as Palenque, has been transformed from the word ”Barik". It is also known that the R-to-L conversion is also very common. Barık, on the other hand, means “Shelter”, that is, “a place with a location”. The name of the first settlement area established on the Turkish side of the Asian continent was “Başbarık”, that is, “Baş-settlement place”. The main settlement, on the other hand, is “head-city” in today's language. Over time, Başbarık has become “Beşbarık” and “Beşbalık”. However, it has nothing to do with either five or fish.


Kopan: The name of this city also carries the meaning of “kopan” (separated, detached from the center), which we still use even today. Apparently, this city got the name Kopan because it is geographically separate from the original Maya region.


Kalakmul: It is necessary to divide this name into two and read it as Kalak-Mul. The word "kalak” means "let's stay". Just as the word ”let's take it“ was ”alak“, ”let's stay“ was also ”kalak". If ”Mul“ is from the relationship of M with B again and the transformation of L and R, I think the word Mul means ”BUR“, that is, ”let's stay here". However, the accuracy of this approach should be investigated.


Uaxactun: This name should be “you were far away” and the more correct form is “you were on a plane”. Because the letter X is usually read with the sound of O. You were on a plane, that doesn't mean flying. "Plane" means that which is at the end, that which is far away.


Altun-Ha: As it is known, there is a combination of the word gold and the word “Ha” (exalted, holy) in this name. Hakan, Hazret, Hakk always has this root in his words. Also, Han means “one” in the Mayan language.


Proto-Maya language is only one of the language groups derived from Pre-Turkic. Other important groups: Altay, Uralic, Indo-European, Na-Dene and Dravidian language groups belong to the large language group called Eurasiatic. In addition, the Sumerian, Babylonian, Assyrian, Hittite, Scythian, Hami and Semitic languages are included among the north African and Mesopotamian language groups known by the name of Afroasiatic. Dec. The origin of these is also Pre-Turkish.


An interesting linguistic relationship is the fact that the Sino-Tibetan languages, which are Asian languages, are closely related to some Caucasian languages, Basque and Burushaski languages, and the Na-Dene languages, known as the North American language group. In addition, relations between the Basque language and the north African Berber and Tuareg languages have been shown.Dec.


Here I would like to present some Maya words from the Maya languages and their Turkish counterparts in parentheses. (Source: Saim Ali Dilemre “Overview of General Language Knowledge, The First Book")


Ahau (agha, ruler), Baat (axe), Ça (pine), Çetun (tough), Çol (çolak), Kutz (bird), Içil (in), Job (female), Kashnak (generation), Kin (day), Kinish (sun), Kiche (person), Koca (husband, great, old), Kul (servant), Naa (mother), Na (house), Ol (to be), Tamazkal (bath), Tepek (hill), Top (female), Kışnak (belt), Kışnak (day), Kışnak (sun), Kışnak (day), Kışnak (day), Kışnak (day), Kışnak (day), Kışnak (day), Kışnak (day), Kışnak (day), Kışnak (day), Kışnak (day), Kışnak (day), Us (day), collect), Dust (dust), Tul (tolu, full), Tulan (plump), Tup (dip), Tzekel (gravel), Ueez (scabies), Uish (pee), Ul (Reach), Uy (oy), Age (fresh, age), Age (green).


I have presented you exactly 31 words that are very close both in meaning and pronunciation. Considering that the Mayan people migrated from the Asian continent to the American continent thousands of years ago, it cannot be explained by coincidence that so many words are still common. It is understood that the Proto-Maya language is Pre-Turkish. Not only language relations, but also genetic research proves this relationship.



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