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The weeping goddesses of Neolithic – Slavic “Baba” and Phrygian Niobe

In ancient mythology, there were a few examples of the weeping goddesses that turn into stone. This article explains how they all connect in Neolithic, and what is the true meaning behind their symbolism.

In search of Hyperborea

The location of the mystical land of Hyperborea is a mystery that endures for over 2000 years. In an attempt to rediscover it, we follow the traces of numerous authors, from the ancient writers to some of the modern scholars.

Yuezhi and Asii – pt 3 – From Sogdia to Balkans

In the Part 3 we take a deeper look into the ancient tribes of Balkans and their relationship to nations of Central Asia.

Yuezhi and Asii – pt 2 – Xiongnu, from Bactria to...

Who were the Xiongnu and what were their relationships with Huns and Bulgars? What is the meaning of the word "Balkans" and where does it come from? And what can we conclude about Slavic migrations to Balkans?

Thracians – the dragon people

The ethnonym Thracian is largely unexplained. Here we present some fresh views to its original meaning.

Demeter, Persephone, and Hades – the myth decoded

With the help of astronomy and linguistics, we have a deeper look into the meaning and origins of the cult of Demeter, her daughter Persephone, and Hades.

Tracing the possible Slavic roots in Rigvedic India

The Krivi, the Rudra, the Kambojas and Danavas... Who were these tribes and could they be related to ancient Scythians, and the ancestors of Slavs?

A brief history of Slavs in Europe – from freemen...

A linguistic research of the Slavic history and their place in the ancient Europe.

The polar star and the northern sky mythology

The symbol of the Swastika relates to the constellation of Ursa Minor, as a seasonal marker. In this article we explore in depth the related star lore in ancient mythology.

The forgotten history of Polabian Slavs

A growing body of evidence suggests that Polabian Slavs were one of the first Indo-European tribes to reach Northern Europe.
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