Drawings from the book «AllatRa» written by Anastasia Novykh

The human Soul in the state of transition, after the death of the physical body

Photo 1. The human Soul in the state of transition, after the death of the physical body.

In the photograph of the Soul, one can clearly see the edge shell. It consists (when going deeper towards the sphere) of red colour (the remainder of life energy – prana) as well as of yellow and whitish yellow colours of other energies. The spherical form itself is skyblue with shades of light green; it has a distinctive spiral structure, which is twisted towards the centre and which has rainbow hues and white specks.

 
The human Soul disappearing from the material world during the process of transition

Photo 2. The human Soul disappearing from the material world during the process of transition.

Helical (spiral) structures, division of DNA, α-keratin protein, threefold collagen spiral

Figure 1. Helical (spiral) structures:​ 1) division of DNA; 2) α-keratin protein; 3) threefold collagen spiral;

The electron cloud of the hydrogen atom

Figure 2. The electron cloud of the hydrogen atom: an area of the three-dimensional space around the atom nucleus which retains the most likely location of the electron.

Various shapes of atomic orbitals. The geometry of quantum chemistry

Figure 3. Various shapes of atomic orbitals (the “geometry” of quantum chemistry)
1) s-orbital is a spherical shaped atomic orbital (the circle sign);
2) p-orbital is dumb-bell shaped or double-pear shaped (the infinity sign);
3) d-orbital has the form of a four-petal flower (the sign of the diagonal cross).

Figurative example of the electron transformation from a particle into a wave Figurative example of the electron transformation from a particle into a wave

Figure 4. Figurative example of the electron transformation from a particle into a wave:
1) the particle state; 2) the wave state.

The symbol of the Universe — the snake biting its own tail

Figure 5. The symbol of the Universe — the snake biting its own tail:

1) parts of the image in bas-reliefs, paintings in the temples of the ancient Egyptian culture;
2) a finger ring in the form of a snake biting its tail, from the archaeological findings in the Indus Valley (the “the Harappan civilization” – proto-Indian civilization that existed in the 3rd-2nd millennium BC);
3) ancient Chinese symbol – a snake biting its own tail (the symbol is made of nephrite, considered as “stone of life” in China).

The Ancient Indian symbolic representation of the world

Figure 6. The Ancient Indian symbolic representation of the world

The traditional interpretation of the image in encyclopaedias,according to the myths: 1) the legendary serpent Ananta (from Sanskrit – “infinite”, “endless”) floating in the waters of the cosmic ocean; its other name is Shesha; legends mention that god Vishnu rests on its rings; 2) the triangle above the truncated pyramid represents the power of the higher over the lower; 3) conventional representation of an image of Mount Meru, in this case in the form of a truncated pyramid; 4) symbol of the visible physical world in the form of a hemisphere; 5) four elephants (symbol of the elements) supporting the terrestrial world (the elephant symbolizing the element of air is not visible); 6) a turtle resting on the serpent Ananta-Shesha’s rings – the embodiment of the ancient Indian guardian god Vishnu (the universal vivifying nature).

The interpretation of the image from the perspective of secret knowledge: the drawing is made from the perspective of world perception of the Freemasons with a substitution of signs – a reorientation for the aggressive direction of the world, the supremacy of the Animal mind. The snake’s head is changed – the cobra with an open hood is depicted counterclockwise. There is a drawing of two dimensions in the centre of the world instead of the lotus flower and a symbolic representation of Mount Meru; in the third dimension (the human one) a truncated pyramid is set with the visible six steps and the corresponding symbol of the “earthly power” - the vertex of a triangle with 13 rays, the image of which is often used by Freemasons as “their” distinctive sign.

Petroglyphs of the Altai Mountains Petroglyphs of the Altai Mountains

Figure 7. Petroglyphs of the Altai Mountains
(Kosh-Agachsky Distict, Altai Republic, Russia).

Plaque of Permian and Pechora shamans

Figure 8. Plaque of Permian and Pechora shamans.

Pattern of Legba symbol

Figure 9. Pattern of Legba symbol.

The Whirling Logs — a sacred painting of the Navajo tribe

Figure 10. The Whirling Logs
(a sacred painting of the Navajo tribe).

Progenitors of the world and the human being Nu Wa and Fu Xi, according to ancient Chinese mythology

Figure 11. Progenitors of the world and the human being Nu Wa and Fu Xi, according to ancient Chinese mythology.
(depicted on silk; the 7th century AD.
Turpan. Xinjiang province; the artefact was discovered by scientists in 1928).

Combat badges of the Assyrian army Combat badges of the Assyrian army
Combat badges of the Assyrian army Monogram of Constantine the Great

Figure 12. Examples of the symbols indicating the activation of the lateral Aspects:
1), 2), 3) ― combat badges of the Assyrian army;
4) monogram of Constantine the Great (a fragment of a bas-relief on the 4th-century marble sarcophagus found in the Roman catacombs).

Direct and reverse swastika Direct and reverse swastika Direct and reverse swastika
Direct and reverse swastika Direct and reverse swastika Direct and reverse swastika
Direct and reverse swastika
Direct and reverse swastika Direct and reverse swastika Direct and reverse swastika

Figure 13. Symbols of swastikas (direct and reverse ones) in the patterns of interior and exterior of different religious institutions.

Reverse swastika in religious institutions Reverse swastika in religious institutions
Reverse swastika in religious institutions Reverse swastika in religious institutions Reverse swastika in religious institutions Reverse swastika in religious institutions
Reverse swastika in religious institutions Reverse swastika in religious institutions Reverse swastika in religious institutions Reverse swastika in religious institutions

Figure 14. The symbol of the reverse swastika in patterns of the interior and the exterior of different religious institutions.

Symbolic image of the Chetverik meditation

Figure 15. Symbolic image of the Chetverik meditation.

Sample image of a basic symbol intended for transferring the Knowledge

Figure 16. Sample image of a basic symbol intended for transferring the Knowledge.
The right and the left sides are of the “seal” type.

Signs intended for the activation of the lateral Aspects Signs intended for the activation of the lateral Aspects

Figure 17. Sample images of the symbols and signs intended for the activation of the lateral Aspects:
1) a symbolical sign of the activation of the Right aspect (the small arc corresponds to the Right aspect of the person looking at the sign);
2) a sign of the activation of the Left aspect (the large arc corresponds to the Left aspect of the person looking at the sign).

The symbol of the human being - an equilateral cross with a circle

Figure 18. The symbol of the human being – an equilateral cross with a circle.
The symbol scheme (of the “seal” type) indicates: the symbol of the Soul (the circle) in the centre and the main Aspects of man on the four sides from it.

The symbol of the Soul and the spiritual world — the circle

Figure 19. The symbol of the Soul and the spiritual world – the circle.

The Ajna chakra — a conditional designation in spiritual practices of ancient India
1.
Winged solar disc (ancient Egypt) — a symbol of the spiritual Knowledge introduced from «Heaven»
2.
The sacred solar symbol, which was typical for the transfer of knowledge in the ancient times
3.

  Figure 20. Symbol of spiritual growth and the spiritual Knowledge – a circle with the elements that convey dynamics:

1) the Ajna chakra – a conditional designation in spiritual practices of ancient India of the chakran located in the centre of the forehead (“the Third Eye”) in the form of a circle with two lotus petals (in blue colour) with accompanying designations of the forces of Allat (triangle pointing down and the sign “AllatRa”);

2) winged solar disc (ancient Egypt) – a symbol of the spiritual Knowledge introduced from “Heaven” (a symbol of the solar gods of different peoples, for example, Ahura Mazda in Zoroastrianism, Assyrian Ashur, Babylonian Shamash, and also one of the designations of the ancient Egyptian god Ra);

3) a sample image of the sacred solar symbol, which was typical for the transfer of knowledge in the ancient times (the Palaeolithic period). The pattern is made of a certain number of “grains.” It symbolizes the general structure: the seven-dimensional space enclosed in a circle, where beyond the circle there are 72 “grains” meaning the overall number of dimensions in the Universe; inside the circle, there are seven pyramidal forms with “bundles” consisting of seven “grains”, which are crowned by a structure consisting of five “seeds” (the central one and four “seeds” located crosswise around it). In the centre of the image, there is a “seven-petal flower” (a seven-pointed star), the centre of which is fringed with 33 “grains”, and each part of the petal consists of 6 “grains.”

A copy of an aerial photograph of the Tripolye settlement Petren (Moldova)
1.
Scheme layout of the town of Arkaim (Southern Urals, Russia)
2.

Figure 21. Plans of the ancient towns located circle-wise:
1) a copy of an aerial photograph of the Tripolye settlement Petren (Moldova);
2) scheme layout of the town of Arkaim (Southern Urals, Russia).

Long or Latin Cross

Figure 22. Long or Latin Cross.

Patriarchal crosses Patriarchal crosses Patriarchal crosses

 Figure 23. Patriarchal crosses:

1) the Patriarchal cross – a six-pointed cross with two bars;

2) the Orthodox cross – an eight-pointed cross with a top bar and a lower slanting diagonal cross (renunciation of the human past);

3) the papal cross – three horizontal bars symbolise material power in the three-dimensional world. In all the cases, the top bar, which crosses out the Front aspect, forms an equilateral cross; that is, above the long horizontal line, there is an equilateral cross – a symbol of the human being (of human power).

The tau cross
1.
The ankh cross
2.

Figure 24. The tau cross and the ankh cross:

1) sample images of the tau cross;
2) sample images of the ankh cross.

An equilateral diagonal cross

Figure 25. An equilateral diagonal cross with a circle in the centre is a symbol of the Knowledge about the four Aspects of the man and the Soul.

The diagonal cross is a symbol of progress in cognition and a conditional division of space into the fields (zones) of influence of the Aspects; the circle is the designation of the Soul. The interpretation of the pattern of the symbol is shown in “seal” type.

Variations of the diagonal cross with markings of the spaces of the four Aspects Variations of the diagonal cross with markings of the spaces of the four Aspects Variations of the diagonal cross with markings of the spaces of the four Aspects Variations of the diagonal cross with markings of the spaces of the four Aspects
Variations of the diagonal cross with markings of the spaces of the four Aspects Variations of the diagonal cross with markings of the spaces of the four Aspects Variations of the diagonal cross with markings of the spaces of the four Aspects Variations of the diagonal cross with markings of the spaces of the four Aspects

Figure 26. Variations of the diagonal cross with markings of the spaces of the four Aspects.

Symbolic indication of the emphasis of work with the four Aspects
1.
Symbolic indication of the emphasis of work with the four Aspects
2.
Symbolic indication of the emphasis of work with the four Aspects
Domination of the lateral Aspects in man Domination of the lateral Aspects in man
3.
Domination of the lateral Aspects in man Domination of the lateral Aspects in man
Activating the work of the lateral Aspects
4.
Activating the work of the lateral Aspects
5.

Figure 27. Symbolic indication of the emphasis of work with the four Aspects:

1. is used as a reference to: a symbol of six dimensions; indication of the spiritual knowledge or practices; blocking or activating the work of the lateral Aspects of man depending on the adjacent additional designations;

2. examples of conditional designations with signs of the work in meditation with various Aspects;

3. each of the symbols indicates the emphasis or domination of the lateral Aspects in man;

Symbol of the Right and the Left aspects of man

Figure 28. Symbol of the Right and the Left aspects of man.

Symbol of the Front and the Back aspects of man

Figure 29. Symbol of the Front aspect of man is a triangle pointing downwards. Symbol of the Back aspect of man is a triangle pointing upwards.

Ancient designations of the knowledge about man and the processes of his spiritual development
1.
Ancient designations of the knowledge about man and the processes of his spiritual development
2.
Ancient designations of the knowledge about man and the processes of his spiritual development
3.
Ancient designations of the knowledge about man and the processes of his spiritual development
4.
Ancient designations of the knowledge about man and the processes of his spiritual development
5.
Ancient designations of the knowledge about man and the processes of his spiritual development
6.

Figure 30. Ancient designations of the knowledge about man and the processes of his spiritual development.
Drawings on the ritual ceramics of the Tripolye civilization (the 6th-3rd millennium BC):

1. general knowledge about the human structure (three dimensions in the lower triangle, three dimensions in the upper triangle, the symbol of the circle);
2. designation of a common person;
3. designation of a good person who begins his spiritual journey (the head in the form of a square, a raised hand, and the emphasis in the upper triangle is made on the Front aspect);
4. a figure in motion with raised hands is one of the sacred designations of the spiritual practice during the work with the Right and the Left aspects;
5. designation of a spiritual practice, attainment of the highest spiritual state and a connection with the seventh dimension (on the head, there is a circle with seven enclosed circles, in which the upper circles form a triangle pointing downwards; the direction of the arms designate looping of energies);
6. designation of the person walking the spiritual path: it is shown that the Front aspect dominates the lateral Aspects and leads a person to another, higher world through the power of Allat (the person is doubled and manifests in dimensions higher than the third).

Ancient symbol of the supremacy of the spiritual word

Figure 31. Ancient symbol of the supremacy of the spiritual word

Reversed sign

Figure 32. Reversed sign.

Schematic designation of the human Aspects as arcs

Figure 33. Schematic designation of the human Aspects as arcs.

The Moon Cross was a common sacred symbol among the ancient peoples of Northern Europe1 Pattern of a ritual dish of the Tripolye civilization2
Symbols of arcs on an artefact of the pre-Christian period of history of Vyatichi3 A ritual plate of the Tripolye civilization with the sign of Allat in the centre4
Signs on ceramics of the Tripolye civilization5 A sacred painting made of coloured sand of the Indian Navajo people6

Figure 34. Symbolic representation of the human Aspects as arcs and crescents with the sign of Allat:

1) the Moon Cross (also known as the Croissante cross) was a common sacred symbol among the ancient peoples of Northern Europe;
2) pattern of a ritual dish of the Tripolye civilization with a cross and crescents at the ends (the 4th-3rd millennium BC);
3) symbols of arcs on an artefact of the pre-Christian period of history of Vyatichi - Old Russian eastern Slavic tribes who lived in the Oka River basin;
4) a ritual plate of the Tripolye civilization with the sign of Allat in the centre;
5) signs on ceramics of the Tripolye civilization (from archaeological findings near village Bernashovka of Vinnitsa region, Ukraine);
6) a sacred painting made of coloured sand of the Indian Navajo people (U.S. Southwest, North America).

Квадрат - символ земного

Figure 35. The square – a symbol of the earthly.

Variations of representation of the rhombus as a symbol of transformation and the spiritual liberation of man Variations of representation of the rhombus as a symbol of transformation and the spiritual liberation of man Variations of representation of the rhombus as a symbol of transformation and the spiritual liberation of man Variations of representation of the rhombus as a symbol of transformation and the spiritual liberation of man

Figure 36. Variations of representation of the rhombus as a symbol of transformation and the spiritual liberation of man.

The symbol of spiritual liberation, enlightenment, attainment of the Truth

Figure 37. The symbol of spiritual liberation, enlightenment, attainment of the Truth.

Spirals in the symbolism of ancient peoples Spirals in the symbolism of ancient peoples Spirals in the symbolism of ancient peoples Spirals in the symbolism of ancient peoples

Figure 38. Examples of two differently oriented spirals in the symbolism of ancient peoples.

Petroglyphs. Val-Camonica Petroglyphs. Val-Camonica
1-a
Petroglyphs. Karelia Petroglyphs. El Abra
1-b 1-c
Petroglyphs. Brazil Petroglyphs. Чатал-Гуюк
1-d 2-a
Petroglyphs. Çatal Höyük Petroglyphs. Çatal Höyük An ancient sign of the Indian culture
2-b 2-c 3
Мать-Богиня. Трипольская культура Русская вышивка изображение роженицы
4 5
The Mother Goddess. Tripolye culture A Scythian Goddess
6 7
Sacred colour sand painting of the Indian Navajo People 8
A Scythian goddess under a silver dish handle 9
A carved plaque with an image of a Goddess. Perm Region A figurine of the Aztec Goddess of water, Chalchiuhtlicue
10 11

Figure 39. The symbol of spiritual liberation of man in designations of the ancient peoples:

1) petroglyphs of the ancient people:
а) rock carvings discovered in Camonica Valley (circa 4th millennium BC), Val Camonica, foothills of the central Alps, Northern Italy);
b) rock carvings found on the coast of the White Sea (circa the 3rd millennium BC); Republic of Karelia, North-Western Russia), many of the local petroglyphs are visible only at sunrise and at sunset (the time of the morning and the evening spiritual practices);
c) petroglyphs found in the valley of El Abra (the 12th millennium BCE); Columbia, South America);
d) petroglyphs found in the north-western part of Brazil (the 10th-7th millennium BC); South America);

2) symbols of the ancient archaeological culture Çatal Höyük (Çatal Hüyük) (the 7th millennium BC; Anatolia, Asia Minor):
a) image of a “Goddess” with a marking of the energy centre – the Soul;
b) sign from the graphical symbols of this culture;
c) image of a “frog Goddess” (a symbol of revival), under which a bull’s head with wide-set horns is placed (the end of the 7th millennium BC; artefact of a temple of the Çatal Höyük culture);

3) an ancient sign of the Indian culture;

4) a schematic representation of the Mother Goddess of the ancient Slavs as well as of the Tripolye culture (the 4th-3rd millennium BC; Ukraine);

5) Russian embroidery “Image of a woman in childbirth”;

6) fragment of an ancient Greek vase (Boeotian amphora, circa 680 BC) showing Artemis as Pontius Theron (Mistress of beasts); the reverse swastikas and the attacking dogs represent an aggressive world, while Artemis herself is represented as a spiritual manifestation in this world; the image of fish on the clothes of Artemis is a symbol of immersion in an altered state of consciousness; the six bars on the clothes symbolise six dimensions, the head of Artemis is slightly touching the body - this is a symbol of the seventh dimension; the birds indicate the spiritual, higher world; the two snakes on the sides of the image symbolise the achievement of the state of the highest spiritual enlightenment, liberation;

7) a golden plaque depicting a Scythian Goddess (the 4th century BC; tumulus Large Bliznitsa, Taman peninsula, Krasnodar region, Russia, the “Hermitage” museum, Saint-Petersburg, Russia);

8) sacred colour sand painting of the Indian Navajo People (North America);

9) image of a Scythian goddess under a silver dish handle (the 4th century BC; tumulus Chertomlyk, Dnepropetrovsk oblast, Ukraine);

10) a carved plaque with an image of a Goddess (the 7th-8th century; an archaeological finding near Lake Chud, Perm Region, Russia; Cherdynsky local history museum named after Pushkin);

11) a figurine of the Aztec Goddess of water, Chalchiuhtlicue (300-400 years AD; North America, the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico); Chalchiuhtlicue (“she is dressed in jade”; “she is in a blue dress”) was depicted as a young woman; she guided the righteous through the heavenly bridge (the rainbow).

Examples of depicting wave-like symbols of the ancient peoples Examples of depicting wave-like symbols of the ancient peoples Examples of depicting wave-like symbols of the ancient peoples
Examples of depicting wave-like symbols of the ancient peoples Examples of depicting wave-like symbols of the ancient peoples

Figure 40. Examples of depicting wave-like symbols of the ancient peoples.

The sacred knowledge about the human being The sacred knowledge about the human being
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Goddesses in Tripolye culture Goddesses in Tripolye culture
                                               2-a                                     2-b 2-c
The sacred knowledge about the human being The sacred knowledge about the human being
3 4
The sacred knowledge about the human being The sacred knowledge about the human being
5-a 5-b
The sacred knowledge about the human being
6
The sacred knowledge about the human being The sacred knowledge about the human being
7 8

Figure 41. Examples of depicting the sacred knowledge about the human being on artefacts of various ancient peoples:

1) petroglyphs of the Palaeolithic era: rock carvings (Val Camonica, Northern Italy);

2) female figurines with sacred symbols – different ways of depicting the “Goddesses” of Tripolye (the Tripolye culture, the Cucuteni culture):
a) in the first version, the symbols indicate the woman who has attained the fusion of the Soul with the Personality, an escape into the seventh dimension, in other words, a highly spiritual Personality; her breasts symbolically show the movement of energy in the area of the chakran connected with the life energy – Prana (this uncommon indication means not only a spiritually developed Personality, but it also says that this person could replenish the life energy – Prana, without harming others, which, in its turn, emphasises the high spiritual status of this “Goddess”); on her stomach, there is a symbol of the rhombus, inside which there is a diagonal cross and four points, four “balanced” Aspects (which also points at the fact that this woman (“Goddess”) controlled her Aspects); b) in the second version, the symbols indicate the woman who is spiritually developed, but who has not yet reached the fusion of her Personality with the Soul (six horizontal stripes on her chest indicate that she has perceived “six heavens”, but the rhombus with a diagonal cross, which is depicted on the stomach, contains a mark indicating the activity of her Left aspect. This means that she does not yet fully control her Aspects);
c) the third version has a female figurine from the Tripolye with a geometric ornament of the pyramid, a designation of the main chakrans of the man and the “AllatRa” sign (the artefact was found near settlement Dragushen, Moldova);

3) a sacred figurine (which is crowned by the sign of Allat) is covered with a notation of signs and symbols indicating the fourfold structure and other knowledge (Neolithic Age, Central Mediterranean);

4) image on the stone slabs of the entrance to the tomb of Jinan (year 193 AD, Shandong Province, China) of the goddess of immortality Xi Wangmu with a conditional sign of Allat behind her shoulders (in the form of wings) as well as with symbolic figures of the lateral Aspects (according to the mythological description, they are hares pounding the potion of immortality in a mortar) standing on cylindrical pedestals (three connected pedestals symbolize the third dimension; according to the mythology, they mean mountain peaks), and the mythical tiger Baihu located in the place of the Back aspect (of the past); on the head of the tiger, there is the Left aspect; in other words, the emphasis is made precisely on it; besides, the figure of the tiger is shown in motion, in other words, activity is shown;

5) different versions of the ancient Egyptian temple wall paintings:
a) in the first case, the “AllatRa” symbol stands on top of the ankh sign;
b) in the second case, the ankh sign is suspended as a key to this symbol of spiritual liberation;

6) ceramics of the early Tripolye civilization: ornament of the inner decoration of a ritual bowl in the form of a truncated cone with an image of four spheres with snakes in each of them and of light arcs fringing them;

7) a golden locket (pre-Columbian civilizations of Central America);

8) golden pendant for clothes (pre-Columbian civilizations of South America).

 

Symbols and signs of the Tripolye civilisation Symbols and signs of the Tripolye civilisation Symbols and signs of the Tripolye civilisation Symbols and signs of the Tripolye civilisation Symbols and signs of the Tripolye civilisation
Symbols and signs of the Tripolye civilisation Symbols and signs of the Tripolye civilisation Symbols and signs of the Tripolye civilisation Symbols and signs of the Tripolye civilisation Symbols and signs of the Tripolye civilisation
Symbols and signs of the Tripolye civilisation Symbols and signs of the Tripolye civilisation Symbols and signs of the Tripolye civilisation Symbols and signs of the Tripolye civilisation Symbols and signs of the Tripolye civilisation
Symbols and signs of the Tripolye civilisation Symbols and signs of the Tripolye civilisation Symbols and signs of the Tripolye civilisation Symbols and signs of the Tripolye civilisation Symbols and signs of the Tripolye civilisation
Symbols and signs of the Tripolye civilisation Symbols and signs of the Tripolye civilisation Symbols and signs of the Tripolye civilisation Symbols and signs of the Tripolye civilisation Symbols and signs of the Tripolye civilisation
Symbols and signs of the Tripolye civilisation Symbols and signs of the Tripolye civilisation Symbols and signs of the Tripolye civilisation
Figure 42. Symbols and signs of the Tripolye civilisation
(the 4th-3rd millennium BC, ancient Europe).
Symbols of the cultures of ancient Europe Symbols of the cultures of ancient Europe Symbols of the cultures of ancient Europe Symbols of the cultures of ancient Europe Symbols of the cultures of ancient Europe
Symbols of the cultures of ancient Europe Symbols of the cultures of ancient Europe Symbols of the cultures of ancient Europe Symbols of the cultures of ancient Europe Symbols of the cultures of ancient Europe
Symbols of the cultures of ancient Europe Symbols of the cultures of ancient Europe Symbols of the cultures of ancient Europe Symbols of the cultures of ancient Europe Symbols of the cultures of ancient Europe
Symbols of the cultures of ancient Europe Symbols of the cultures of ancient Europe Symbols of the cultures of ancient Europe Symbols of the cultures of ancient Europe Symbols of the cultures of ancient Europe

Figure 43. Symbols of the cultures of ancient Europe (the 5th-3rd millennium BC).

Symbols of different ancient cultures are represented here: the culture Vinča-Tordaș (Turdaș) (modern territories of Southern Europe: Hungary, southwestern Romania, northern Serbia, and Bulgaria), linear pottery (Central Europe, from Germany’s Ruhr region to the borders of the Czech Republic and Slovakia), the Danube culture (Bylany) (the Czech Republic and Slovakia), the Balkan culture Dimini (Aegean coast near the city of Volos, not far from Larissa, Greece), the Baltic Narva culture (in modern Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, Northern Belarus, and Pskov oblast of Russia), the Lengyel culture (western Hungary, eastern Austria, the Czech Republic, Slovakia), and other cultures of this period of the given region.

Symbols of the Hacilar culture Symbols of the Hacilar culture Symbols of the Hacilar culture Symbols of the Hacilar culture Symbols of the Hacilar culture
Symbols of the Hacilar culture Symbols of the Hacilar culture Symbols of the Hacilar culture Symbols of the Hacilar culture Symbols of the Hacilar culture
Symbols of the Hacilar culture Symbols of the Hacilar culture Symbols of the Hacilar culture Symbols of the Hacilar culture
Figure 44. Symbols of the Hacilar culture (the 7th-5th millennium BC; Western Asia).
Symbols of the culture Çatalhöyük Symbols of the culture Çatalhöyük Symbols of the culture Çatalhöyük Symbols of the culture Çatalhöyük
Symbols of the culture Çatalhöyük Symbols of the culture Çatalhöyük Symbols of the culture Çatalhöyük
Figure 45. Symbols of the culture Çatalhöyük (the 7th millennium BC; West Asia).
Signs of the Cypriot writing Signs of the Cypriot writing Signs of the Cypriot writing Signs of the Cypriot writing Signs of the Cypriot writing Signs of the Cypriot writing Signs of the Cypriot writing Signs of the Cypriot writing
Signs of the Cypriot writing Signs of the Cypriot writing Signs of the Cypriot writing Signs of the Cypriot writing Signs of the Cypriot writing
Figure 46. Signs of the Cypriot writing (the 11th century BC; ancient writing system of the inhabitants of Cyprus island located in the eastern Mediterranean).
Signs of the Sumerian civilization Signs of the Sumerian civilization Signs of the Sumerian civilization Signs of the Sumerian civilization
Signs of the Sumerian civilization Signs of the Sumerian civilization Signs of the Sumerian civilization Signs of the Sumerian civilization
Signs of the Sumerian civilization Signs of the Sumerian civilization Signs of the Sumerian civilization Signs of the Sumerian civilization
Figure 47. Signs of the Sumerian civilization (the 3rd millennium BC; South-West Asia).
Ahura Mazda
Figure 48. Image of the symbol of Ahura Mazda on ancient bas-reliefs.
Map of location of the Harappan civilization
Map of location of the Harappan civilization
Figure 49. Map of location of the Harappan civilization
Signs of the Harappan civilization Signs of the Harappan civilization Signs of the Harappan civilization Signs of the Harappan civilization Signs of the Harappan civilization Signs of the Harappan civilization Signs of the Harappan civilization Signs of the Harappan civilization Signs of the Harappan civilization
Figure 50. Signs of the Harappan civilization (the 3rd-2nd millennium BC; Indus Valley, South Asia).
The seal image of the Harappan civilization. Spiritual practice on a sign
Figure 51. Seal image of a person doing a spiritual practice on a sign
(the Harappan civilization; the 3rd-2nd millennium BC; the Indus Valley, South Asia).
The primordial arrangement of 13 semiregular polyhedra
Figure 60. The primordial arrangement of 13 semiregular polyhedra.

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