Daniel Salas

Daniel Salas is another person linking star constellations to Indus scripts. Please visit his web-site for more information----jeyakumar


Below given are the new web-site link address of Daniel Salas ---

New page ---http://www.indoeurohome.com/guna.html

New Page ---- http://www.indoeurohome.com/Bharata.html
Home page ----http://indoeurohome.com/




BELOW GIVEN EXTRACT IS THE WORK OF DANIEL SALAS ------ PLEASE VISIT HIS WEB SITE FOR FULL DETAILS------
-------------------By ----JEYAKUMAR---------------------------------------------------------------
 

Indo-European Sanskrit decipherment of the Indus Valley script--------------BY   -----DANIEL SALAS----------------------------------------------------

                        Daniel Salas  claims that the Indus Valley used images of the star constellations for their part hieroglyphic script. The Sanskrit dictionary explains the constellation Taurus as a fish. The Indus sign that Daniel found for Taurus is a fish that employs all of the brightest stars of the constellation. Taurus is where today the ecliptic reaches its highest point at the 6th hour degree. In the time of the Indus Valley the highest point was in Leo today's 12th degree. Taurus was the most important constellation of the Vedic people. 
             
                       This web site is a decipherment of the Indus Valley script. The Indus Valley and or Harappan culture are the archaeological names of the largest Early Bronze Age nation located in Pakistan and a small part of India. According to Daniel Salas the Indus Valley script is found on their import and export shipping seals. These seals were made by etching an image into a square cut rock, then pressing it into clay (illustration of Indus seal on link above).

                   Daniel Salas claims that the Indus Valley script signs match the star constellations along the ecliptic. The Indus script has an established visual relationship with the Polynesian Easter Island script. The Polynesian's used the stars to navigate, the use of the same pictorial image of the stars points to a very old navigational system. Daniel Salas  then matches  the old Sanskrit names to those of star constellations. Then he fits the Vedic names of those constellations into a Sanskrit sentence structure within the Indus seals. 

                 The first time sealing (Mudra) is mentioned in early Sanskrit writings pertained to the illegality of putting false dates on their seals, so I began looking for dates within the sentence structure of the seals. The constellations used in early Sanskrit dating were called lunar mansions as today the house the moon is within (the 'Ecliptic') has to do with the Zodiac constellation. They used 27 constellations for two calendars called Nakshatra and Saptarisa. 
                
                The Sanskrit names of constellations from their calendar were directly used in the early Indo-European phonetic scripts this he illustrates on the Linear B and Cypriot script's evolution page (link below). Pages 3 through 22 of this site are the text to this decipherment, each page illustrates the Indus sign the constellation it represents, what the word means and how it's phonetic sound fits in the Sanskrit sentences structure of the seals. Page 23 is a visual relationship between the Hittite hieroglyphic and Indus script. Pages 24 through 27 are a relationship between the early Chinese hieroglyphic signs that evolved into their phonetic and radicals and the Indus script. Page 27 is a relationship between the Indo-European Cypriot script and the Chinese script.

Key to the calendar is the link Rohina-system.
Daniel F. Salas Email-admin@indoeu
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NOTE OF JEYAKUMAR:

                                     See the similarity between Indus symbols and star constellations . It is a significant find and corroborates my (jeyakumar) claim that Indus symbols are Zodiac and Nakshatra symbols. The Indus symbols are give in small squares with black back ground colour. I fully appreciate the work of Daniel Salas, it almost coincides with my findings on Indus scripts except for those Sanskrit meaning attributed to those Indus scripts.

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