Friday, 4 July 2014

Soy... № I

All my life I have been struggling with my ancestry. Being of multi-racial extraction can be quite exhausting in day to day life.
What were our parents thinking? -I guess they weren't even trying to, in the heat of the moment... ;)

With the start of this Year, I have been trying to get more into it, but it's hard to know where to start.
Both of my parents cultures have been corrupted by foreign religions & customes over the past millenia.

And in the the past years I've only been able to unwrap tiny parts of my lineage... like an old piece of folded paper which has been washed by mistake, and is falling apart with every square centimetre you are trying to unfold it.

Tengri(i)sm is one of the topics I think a lot about...
Important Symbols like the Sun, Crescent & Star.
Numbers like the 7 & 40.

Which, by the way, are still in use today. Even with many Turkic countries being Islam dominated, a Semitic religion*.
Turks ar not Arabs as many people like to think.
Turkic≠Semitic², or better, Altais≠Semites².

I am thinking of writing more installments, as I go through these thoughts of mine.


*= Note, that I am not an Anti-Semite. A label, which is used too loosely these Days.
²= With Semitic/Semites I mean Arabians, Hebrews etc...


  1. Hello, PinkPanthress.

    Good feeling works.
    Thank you for your visiting always.

    I wish You all the best.
    From Japan, ruma ❃

  2. Nokta, it can be hard when you want to know things about the past and they seem hidden... one day it will be there, nothing stays hidden forever. :)

  3. I think your ancestry is exactly what makes you so unique!
    Fabrizia – Cosa Mi Metto???

  4. Классный пост!

  5. The past is the key to the future.
    I hope you have a very successful journey finding your future as you learn more about your past.

    1. Thank you very much.
      I hope so, too. It can be very troubling at times.


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