Over the centuries, the next generations of Slavs were told that they owed their first writing to the Greek monks. More specifically, Cyril, who was to create a new alphabet himself, to translate the Gospel from Greek to Slavonic. It was argued that the similarity of some Greek and Glagolitic letters is the actual proof of such a procedure. Everything, however, indicates that it was just the opposite. This Slavic writing became a source for the Greek script and not only for this one.
"The proposal that the Greek script could have an impact on the Glagolitic - Holy Slavic scripture - is tempting because Cyril, to whom we attribute the Glagolitic creature, was born in the Greek Thessaloniki. There are also 8 letters of the nine-centuries old Greek italic script, which was gradually introduced in Greece during the 9th century AD, after uncial writing was used in official documents and correspondences, it also shows some similarities to their Glagolitic counterparts. These letters are: δ, γ, ω, ε, ρ, ο, θ, φ (delta, gamma, omega, epsilon, rho, omikron, theta and phi). Also, a pair of Hebrew characters: ש, ר,, ף, ב,, א ((a, b,,,,, š) show some similarities with their glagolitic counterparts. The other Oriental letters do not offer any significant matches. The Coptic letters of kopt (shei, hori, ti) show similarities with the Glagolitic, and Samaritan letters samar can resemble Glagolitic. "
Next, Serafimov focuses on the best-known history of the Bulgarian and neighboring lands, writing: "The lands between the North Caucasus and the eastern shores of the Black Sea were known as the Old Grand Bulgaria. In this region, inhabited in the past by Scythian, Sarmatian and Thracian tribes, ancient runic letters were found, resembling the glagolitic letters.
These signs are dated to the 1st-3rd centuries AD (...) In southern Bulgaria, similar signs were found on the sword dating from the 1st-2nd century AD. This date may differ significantly from the real age of the runic script, runes may be much older.
The scientists' conclusions were based on the date when the Sarmatians appeared on the Bulgarian soil around the first century BC. Archaeological findings and historical sources denying this date were ignored. Sarmatians were called members of the great Getic family, living in the deep antiquity of Thrace, similarly Geci, who were called Slavs in the 6th century. Nobody counts this serious chronological problem.
Old Bulgarian artifacts, including deer horns with inscriptions, are similar to those from the old Wenetian lands (Wenetów). Bulgarian items were dated to the 7th century AD, while Wenetian items date back to the 5th century BC. The gap is around 1,200 years, but the runes are the same as the Wenetian characters. This means that there was a cultural affinity between the Wenetians and Old Bulgarian before the ancient letters came out of use from the Wenetian (Wenetyckiego) writing in the first century BC. "
Where not Reach - There Always Wenedowie
Coins From Cracow on Wenedów Vessels Before Our Era
The conclusion about kinship of the Wenedów and Old Bulgarian is obvious. Geci, Thracians, Wenedowie, Sarmaci and Scyts are different names of the same Old Slavic element, which has been able to create a common state organism many times throughout its history, called in our historiography Lechia. The civilizational role of Wendów /Wene(t)dów, for example in the entry "Coins from Krakow on Wenedów ships ...", especially from the title of "Wened's Power", where we remind that they also ruled over the lands of present Poland, whose current inhabitants they are their descendants for the most part.
From the findings of Radivoje Pešić, it is known that the Wenedów writing comes from proto-writing winczańskiego, and gave rise to the Etruscan and Latin. On the other hand, the Danubian alphabets began the Minoan and Phoenician writings. Serafimov develops this theory: "(...) answers to the similarities between Glagolitic, Greek, Hebrew, Samaritan and Coptic should be sought in the deep past of the Balkans, in the 6th to 4th millennium BC, when flourished Vinča, Valci Dol, Karanovo, Gradešnitsa and others related cultures. The creators of these cultures also established the first writing system in the world, and this seems to have influenced the Aegean writings, and the protokananyjski alphabet, from which was subsequently developed Hebrew, Phoenician and Aramaic. Hebrew influenced the Samaritan alphabet, and the Phoenician was a prototype of the Greek alphabet. In turn, the Greek alphabet influenced the Coptic.
The migration of people from the old Trakoscised lands to Crete, Levant and even to Egypt (the first transitional period) in the 3rd and 2nd millennium BC, is confirmed by archaeological discoveries. The distribution of specific types of ceramics (linear / ribbon ceramics, string pottery) and the emergence of a new type of burial, a new type of home etc. clearly indicate the arrival of a new population in the Aegean, Levant and northern Egypt during the early Bronze Age. "
Comparative Table of the Letters Glagolitic and Secti-Sarmatian Runes.
Descriptions: G. s. V. - Phonetic value of the Glagolitic alphabet; R - Secti-Sarmatian runes; SlL - Slavic Latin; G. - Glagolitic letters; SlC - Slavic Cyrillic alphabet; L - Latin letters. Marks 2, 8, 9, 11, 16, 23 are from the work of S. Rjabchikova, the rest comes from the work of I. T. Taneva and M. Minkova.
The source was one and Serafimov's work is the next one, which indicates it. It also confirms the importance of the Danube basin for the development of not only European civilizations, including the Old Polish civilizations.
According to the apocalypse-eden, website: "The most important feature of Glagolitic is the combination of graphical possibilities that simultaneously fulfill phonetic functions, which results in entering the world of sounds in the graphic notation. The currently used Latin alphabet is a poor alphabet, having 26 letters and does not fully reflect the human loudspeakers' capabilities, which is appropriate for the Glagolitic alphabet with 49 individual characters for all sounds. " Incidentally, it is worth to add that the contemporary Polish alphabet has actually more letters than 26 (count: a,ą,b,c,cz,ć,d,dz,dż,dź,e,ę,f,g,h,ch,i,j,k,l,ł,m,n,ń,o,p,q,r,s,ś,sz,t,u,ó,v,w,x,y,z,ż,rz,ź).
The Glagolitic alphabet, in addition to the 49 basic letters, has more than 800 ligatures tested - a combination of two to five letters. It also has many other graphic characters not yet encrypted. Glagolitic letters themselves, except for the expression of the speech sound to which they are assigned, also have the meaning appropriate to the part of speech or sentence, the numerical value only to be appropriate, as well as imaging. According to the apocalypse-eden: "(...) in the Slavic notion "imaging - (ABRAzowanie)" is enlightenment, this is a state of mind rising above knowledge and science, while the morpheme" ABRA "used in many languages refers to mysticism."
In turn, Serafimov in the final conclusions of his work emphasized: "What we have today is quite a lot. We do not know the whole story, but even fragments are a convincing testimony to the high level of our ancestors' culture - the Old Slavs. "