Oldest Known Sigils?!

The Tărtăria tablets are three tablets, discovered in 1961 by archaeologist Nicolae Vlassa at a Neolithic site in the village of Tărtăria (about 30 km (19 mi) from Alba Iulia), in Romania.[1] The tablets, dated to around 5300 BC,[2] bear incised symbols—the Vinča symbols—and have been the subject of considerable controversy among archaeologists, some of whom claim that the symbols represent the earliest known form of writing in the world.

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I think that we all know exactly what these were used for to us it’s obvious the archeologists don’t seem to really get it do they?


Why do you think those two have those holes like that though?

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They were probably worn as amulets :slight_smile:


Ahh haaa :bulb: why didnt i think of that? :grin:

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I think, but I can’t validate this that maybe it was sacred to a goddess or two. Holed stones were a sacred find in pagan culture as they represented receptivity and the feminine. Just like how phallic stones represented male divinity.



To bring your thought even further:

Male, is the injecting force,

Female, the receptive force.

therefore, the Holes, also may represent Portals.

whenever you Change an I for an O, you become a Little more Yang,
Whenever you Change an O for an I, you become a lille more yin.

Maybe, that termonolgy helps with percieving These Stones. :wink: