Mar 19, 2013

A pseudo Ezidianism symbol, based on misunderstanding

From the explanation below, I understood that this “Malke Taus design” is not an authentic or traditional Ezdianism symbol. This is a pseudo symbol, based on misunderstanding and Mr. Lauffrey Nabo, a German-Kurdish lecturer, probably designed it in 1990.

I asked the following questions on November 09, 2012 by email and on Facebook.
 
Now, thanks to the explanations of Mr. Sufyán Šengáli, below, I understood that this “Malke Taus design” is not an authentic or traditional Ezdianism symbol. This is a pseudo symbol, based on misunderstanding and Mr. Lauffrey Nabo, a German-Kurdish lecturer, probably designed it in 1990.
I said the design based on misunderstanding because the Double-cross sign symbolizes - dinker - means “Cardinal” and the Cross symbolizes – maš – means “mass, mission”. These are blessed Kurdish words. Therefore, cardinal is neither God, nor the Sumerian, Sumerian never existed, that are corruptions of the sacret Kurdish words.
 

However, I have found the names of Kákaian and indication for Ezdian in the ancient Kurdish texts from the 3rd millennium BC. In the later texts appear the names of the Ezidians and Jews! The Cross symbols belongs to the matriarchalism from at least 7000 BC. Later these symbols are continuously used also taken over in patriarchalism concept and  religious symbols and they are taken over by the Kurdish Christians given to the later Romans Christianity, this is clear.

I said: Your “Káka” is still sold for a huge sum! http://hqberai.blogspot.nl/2012/11/your-kaka-is-still-sold-for-huge-sum.html

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