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Gods of the Ancient Turks

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Gods of the Ancient Turks

I wanted to write this article because I saw very clearly the traces of the gods in the mythology of us Turks. Our friends who are new to the forum can read and see.

Our traces go back long before the Ottoman Empire full of Jewish agents.

Tengri is the Satan.

Tengri, in Old Turkic, God, Sky; in Tengricism, the faith of the Ancient Turks and Mongols, Gök God (Kök Tengri) or the supreme spirit of the Sky. It is also the first deciphered word in the Orkhon Inscriptions, spelled "𐱅𐰭𐰼𐰃".
Gök Tengri is the father of Kayra Khan, grandfather of Yer Tengri, grandfather of Ulgen and great grandfather of Erlik.

Gök (sky) Cult

- Tengri (Old Turkish): Gök(-god). In Old Turkish sources it means God. The same word is used today as God.

- Kök Tengri (Old Turkish): It means Blue Sky.

Tengri, the impersonal Sky God, or the divine supreme essence of the Sky. In Tengricism, as in Animism, all objects in nature have a deity. Tengri is the highest, the greatest of these. The climate changes according to the direct will of Tengri. Tengri is the creator and protector of balance in the world, and the natural processes of climates, the cycles of climates are maintained by him. Other divine beings are presented in a personalized form similar to humans in the mythologies and prayers of the kami of Tengrican societies, but Tengri is not personalized; he is only referred to as the timeless and eternal Blue Sky ("Kök" = blue, "Tengri" = Sky; later the sky was also called Kök/Gök because of its blue color).



Umay

She is known as the goddess of women. Umay, who is also the owner of the tree of life, spreads fertility on the earth. The goddess, who has an eye-catching beauty with her silver hair, is responsible for protecting nature. In some sources, she is also referred to as Mother Nature or Mother Umay. One of the most important duties of the goddess is to protect women in labor and newborn babies from evil spirits. With the bow and arrow she carries with her, she is ready to protect in times of danger.

Ülgen

Ulgen (Khakassian: Ӱлген, Kyrgyz: Ульгень, Russian: Ульге́нь) is the god of goodness in Turkic and Altaic mythology. Ulken (Ulgön) Khan and Ulgan Khan in Mongolian. He lives on the 16th level of the sky. He is the son of Kayra Khan. In Turkic mythology (during the Tengric period) he is the god of goodness of the Turks. In the belief in One God, he is seen as the son of God and the ruler of the sky. He is also referred to as the creator god by Siberian tribes with names such as Bai Ulgan, Ulgan.

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Thunder and lightning are the weapons of Ulgen. He carries lightning in his bow. Every place where Ulgen sends lightning is considered sacred. He has nine daughters and seven sons. The god Ulgen creates three fish and assigns them to carry the world. He controls fertility, fertility and the weather. Reaching Ulgen is not easy. It is rumored that even the strongest of shamans can only reach as far as the pole star.





Kayra Khan

Kayra Khan is the son of the Sky God and has no mother. In Turkic and Altai mythology, he is the chief, creator god. He derives from the root Kay. The word Kayra means favor, bestowal. It comes from the same root as the verb to favor. Kayramak means to protect, patronize, favor. The Mongolian word Hayra means love.Kayra Khan is the son of Sky God and has no mother. In Turkic and Altai mythology, he is the creator god who is in charge. It is derived from the root Kay. The word Kayra means grace, bestowal. It comes from the same root as the verb to favor. Kayramak means to protect, patronize, favor. The Mongolian word Hayra means love.

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Markut
Semrük Bürküt, seen as a symbol of the god Ulgen, is a character in the Bashkir legend. In Turkic mythology, they are known to wait for the door to the sky that opens to the god. It is also the ying-yang symbol seen in China.
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In the Turks, it is depicted as two eagles facing each other. Merküt (or Markut); or Bürküt, the mythical eagle in Turkic, Altai and Mongolian mythology. Sometimes it takes the form of a gigantic bird, sometimes identified with the phoenix. Sometimes it appears as a god or goddess. In Altai legends, it is the giant female sky bird that guides the spirit of a kam on a celestial journey through the first three skies.

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You can see how similar the word Markut is to Marduk, another name for Lord Amon. What do you think about this?
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V. Radlov, in his work "From Siberia", while talking about the kams living in the Altai mountains and their sacrificial rites, also recorded the text of a kam prayer in which the name of "Merküt, the bird of the sky" is mentioned: (translating these verses into another language may distort the meaning).

''Gök kuşları beş Merküt,
Tırnakları bakırdan
Ayın tırnağı bakırdan,
Ayın gagası buzdan
Geniş kanatları muhteşem hareketli.
Uzun kuyrukları yelpaze gibi
Sol kanadı ayı örter.
Sağ kanadı güneşi
Ey dokuz kartalın anası!
Yayığı geçerken şaşmaz
İdil üstünde yorulmaz,
Öterek gel sen bana!
Oynayarak gel sen sağ gözüme!
Sağ omzumun üstüne kon."

English:

''The birds of the sky are the five Merkuts,
Fingernails made of copper
The moon's nail is made of copper,
The moon's beak is made of ice
Their wide wings are wonderfully mobile.
Their long tails are like a fan.
His left wing covers the moon.
His right wing covers the sun
O mother of nine eagles!
She never fails to cross the churn
Idyll is tireless on it,
Come singing to me!
Come playfully to my right eye!
Land on my right shoulder."


I have a lot to say, but I don't know how to say it, so let's say that's it for now. I will add articles here to show you the God culture in the Middle East.
 
Gods of the Ancient Turks

I wanted to write this article because I saw very clearly the traces of the gods in the mythology of us Turks. Our friends who are new to the forum can read and see.

Our traces go back long before the Ottoman Empire full of Jewish agents.

Tengri is the Satan.

Tengri, in Old Turkic, God, Sky; in Tengricism, the faith of the Ancient Turks and Mongols, Gök God (Kök Tengri) or the supreme spirit of the Sky. It is also the first deciphered word in the Orkhon Inscriptions, spelled "𐱅𐰭𐰼𐰃".
Gök Tengri is the father of Kayra Khan, grandfather of Yer Tengri, grandfather of Ulgen and great grandfather of Erlik.

Gök (sky) Cult

- Tengri (Old Turkish): Gök(-god). In Old Turkish sources it means God. The same word is used today as God.

- Kök Tengri (Old Turkish): It means Blue Sky.

Tengri, the impersonal Sky God, or the divine supreme essence of the Sky. In Tengricism, as in Animism, all objects in nature have a deity. Tengri is the highest, the greatest of these. The climate changes according to the direct will of Tengri. Tengri is the creator and protector of balance in the world, and the natural processes of climates, the cycles of climates are maintained by him. Other divine beings are presented in a personalized form similar to humans in the mythologies and prayers of the kami of Tengrican societies, but Tengri is not personalized; he is only referred to as the timeless and eternal Blue Sky ("Kök" = blue, "Tengri" = Sky; later the sky was also called Kök/Gök because of its blue color).



Umay

She is known as the goddess of women. Umay, who is also the owner of the tree of life, spreads fertility on the earth. The goddess, who has an eye-catching beauty with her silver hair, is responsible for protecting nature. In some sources, she is also referred to as Mother Nature or Mother Umay. One of the most important duties of the goddess is to protect women in labor and newborn babies from evil spirits. With the bow and arrow she carries with her, she is ready to protect in times of danger.

Ülgen

Ulgen (Khakassian: Ӱлген, Kyrgyz: Ульгень, Russian: Ульге́нь) is the god of goodness in Turkic and Altaic mythology. Ulken (Ulgön) Khan and Ulgan Khan in Mongolian. He lives on the 16th level of the sky. He is the son of Kayra Khan. In Turkic mythology (during the Tengric period) he is the god of goodness of the Turks. In the belief in One God, he is seen as the son of God and the ruler of the sky. He is also referred to as the creator god by Siberian tribes with names such as Bai Ulgan, Ulgan.

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Thunder and lightning are the weapons of Ulgen. He carries lightning in his bow. Every place where Ulgen sends lightning is considered sacred. He has nine daughters and seven sons. The god Ulgen creates three fish and assigns them to carry the world. He controls fertility, fertility and the weather. Reaching Ulgen is not easy. It is rumored that even the strongest of shamans can only reach as far as the pole star.





Kayra Khan

Kayra Khan is the son of the Sky God and has no mother. In Turkic and Altai mythology, he is the chief, creator god. He derives from the root Kay. The word Kayra means favor, bestowal. It comes from the same root as the verb to favor. Kayramak means to protect, patronize, favor. The Mongolian word Hayra means love.Kayra Khan is the son of Sky God and has no mother. In Turkic and Altai mythology, he is the creator god who is in charge. It is derived from the root Kay. The word Kayra means grace, bestowal. It comes from the same root as the verb to favor. Kayramak means to protect, patronize, favor. The Mongolian word Hayra means love.

View attachment 540


Markut
Semrük Bürküt, seen as a symbol of the god Ulgen, is a character in the Bashkir legend. In Turkic mythology, they are known to wait for the door to the sky that opens to the god. It is also the ying-yang symbol seen in China.
View attachment 542
In the Turks, it is depicted as two eagles facing each other. Merküt (or Markut); or Bürküt, the mythical eagle in Turkic, Altai and Mongolian mythology. Sometimes it takes the form of a gigantic bird, sometimes identified with the phoenix. Sometimes it appears as a god or goddess. In Altai legends, it is the giant female sky bird that guides the spirit of a kam on a celestial journey through the first three skies.

View attachment 541

You can see how similar the word Markut is to Marduk, another name for Lord Amon. What do you think about this?
View attachment 543
V. Radlov, in his work "From Siberia", while talking about the kams living in the Altai mountains and their sacrificial rites, also recorded the text of a kam prayer in which the name of "Merküt, the bird of the sky" is mentioned: (translating these verses into another language may distort the meaning).

''Gök kuşları beş Merküt,
Tırnakları bakırdan
Ayın tırnağı bakırdan,
Ayın gagası buzdan
Geniş kanatları muhteşem hareketli.
Uzun kuyrukları yelpaze gibi
Sol kanadı ayı örter.
Sağ kanadı güneşi
Ey dokuz kartalın anası!
Yayığı geçerken şaşmaz
İdil üstünde yorulmaz,
Öterek gel sen bana!
Oynayarak gel sen sağ gözüme!
Sağ omzumun üstüne kon."

English:

''The birds of the sky are the five Merkuts,
Fingernails made of copper
The moon's nail is made of copper,
The moon's beak is made of ice
Their wide wings are wonderfully mobile.
Their long tails are like a fan.
His left wing covers the moon.
His right wing covers the sun
O mother of nine eagles!
She never fails to cross the churn
Idyll is tireless on it,
Come singing to me!
Come playfully to my right eye!
Land on my right shoulder."


I have a lot to say, but I don't know how to say it, so let's say that's it for now. I will add articles here to show you the God culture in the Middle East.
Nasılsın esenlikler
 
Tengri is not Satan, Tengri is Lord Baalzebul, the father of the Asians and ruler of the sky.
 
Nasılsın esenlikler
Çok teşekkür ederim. Elimden geldiğince sıkı çalışmaya çalışıyorum.
Burası forum 666. Bu yüzden kendi dilimizin yanında İngilizce çevirisini de bulundurmalıyız. Ya da kendi forumumuz içinde konuşalım.
İngilizce ile ilgili sorunlarınız varsa Deepl kullanabilirsiniz.

Thank you very much. I try to work as hard as I can.
This is forum 666, so we should have an English translation as well as our own language. Or let's talk in our own forum. If you have problems with English, you can use Deepl.
 
Tengri is not Satan, Tengri is Lord Baalzebul, the father of the Asians and ruler of the sky.
It makes perfect sense that Tengri is attributed to Lord Satan or Lord Beelzebul. But I remember on our site they say he is Satan.

Personally, I thought Lord Beelzebul was Ulgen because of his ability with lightning and thunder.
 
Lord Baalzebul - Tiandi/Tengri/Thien/Cheon/Tengri/Tianri/Haneunim
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Baalzebul is the Demon of War, Thunder and Weather, as well as the "Lord of Heaven". Across many Asiatic religions, you will come across Baalzabul, whose name is very similar across the varying religions as the main Gods of many Asiatic religions feature a God of the Heavens and Skies as their main patron God. Also remember that since Baal Zebul is a Demon of War, martial arts is from Him.

In the Chinese religion, he is known as Tian (天) or Tiandi (天地, with the suffix "-di" (地) often-not, meaning "celestial Emperor"), and this seems to be a cognate with the Mongolian Tengri (Тэнгэр) and the Turkic Tianri. The word Tian is also a Chinese and East Asian concept for Heaven and the Skies, and when one adds the suffix "-di", it becomes "Celestial Emperor of the Sky/Heavens/Thunder".

When you split it apart, it makes perfect sense: TIAN-DI (China), TENG-RI (Mongolia), TIAN-RI (Turkic). Additionally, in the Ancient Korean religion, he is known by Haneunim or Hwanin. Although the literal Korean translation from the Chinese Tian is Cheon. In Vietnamese, he is known by Thien and Ten in Japanese. Again, in all for languages, they use all the same character (天).

These following statements, much of them is the same as the one I sent in an email to HP Cobra back in May 29.

Interestingly, Haneunim is the Lord of Heaven in Korean mythology, and I found that scholars have identified him as INDRA...who is also Lord Beelzebub, Father of the Asian race.
 

Al Jilwah: Chapter IV

"It is my desire that all my followers unite in a bond of unity, lest those who are without prevail against them." - Satan

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