N 5 (5)
September - October
The Georgian tribes in Ancient Mesopotamia
The analysis of general Kartvelian and Sumerian vocabulary specifies on the linguistic-cultural being of proto-kartvelian in Mesopotamia during Sumerian period (IV-III of millennium B.C.). Probably tribes with a proto-kartvelian language participated in the process of addition of Sumerians and their language. It is shown that language of Kassits, the transmitters of which six centuries governed Mesopotamia, it is possible to consider as one of Kartvelian languages (proto-kartvelian dialects).
Key words: Sumerian language, Kartvelian languages, Georgian language, Kassits, Caucasian tribes.
To the reconstruction of indo-european mythology
The comparative review of mythological traditions about the beginning of the world and fight of various groups of deities for lordship over the universe is continued. For this time Hellenic (ancient Greek) tradition is examined in its attitude toward other Indo-European.
Key words: Greek mythology, myths about the beginning of the world, Indo-Aryan mythology, Irish mythology, Babylonian mythology.
Origin of intellect
Kaznatcheyev V.P., Trofimov A.V.
The transpersonal investigations on the paleopsychological horizonts
It is described the experimental results on the distant-image communications between the operator groups, situated in the ancient sacred places and the religious cult buildings in Khakasia, Bulgaria, Serbia, the Far North (Taimyr), and the operation, situated in Novosibirsk. The distant-image interaction was realized only in the cases when the operator organism has the high magnetic sensibility and he is situated on the magnetic abnormal lot. The investigations, carried out in Serbia, showed that under the certain cosmophysical conditions on the separate geographical lot the hundreds people intellect forms the unit intellectual space, which shows the effect of the mosaic-collective perception of images. This effect was discovered by authors, it shows the perception of the sacred icon fragments, which were perceived and noted in the many participants records and these ones form the collective perceived image.
Key words: distant-image information transmission, "Kozirev mirror", distant transmission of thoughts, magneto-metric mapping of sacred lots, geomagnetic field, human personal consciousness, information space.
The sacral world of Vedic epoch
The functions of Indo-Aryan gods, described in Rig-Veda, are considered. Sights of different authors at the sacral world of Vedic epoch are analyzed and compared.
Key words: Rig-Veda, Indo-Aryan mythology, Indo-Aryan cosmology.
New book about figures in desert Naska
The review of Alla Belokon's book "Desert Naska. Traces of other mind"