ADAM (KISH, GIZEH), THE GREAT PREHISTORIC PAIAN GOD or deciphering the language of the caves

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The Unicorn panel :. 34


Brief deciphering.. 36


Examples of a dozen rock signs 40

Lascaux cave: The first bull in the Unicorn panel 40

Lascaux cave: Sign XIII of the feline diverticulum shaft 41

Pindal Cave: Salmon sign III 43

Marsoulas cave: the large panel fresco 44

The sign of two parallel horns.. 46

the spade-shaped sign. 46

Marsoulas cave: The second spade-shaped sign 47

Lascaux cave: the second Chinese horse 47

Lascaux cave: The black stag fresco 48

Lascaux cave: the four-arrow sign of the headless equid 49

Lascaux cave: The sign of the Great Black Bull 51

Conclusion of the presentation of these signs 52


Structuring.. 53


The refusal of archaeologists’ corporatism 59

The time gap between the Upper Paleolithic and Sumer 60

Prehistoric timeline.. 61

Paleolithic time line.. 61

The six oldest civilizations in history 62

Timeline of the six civilizations.. 64

Why is Sumer the most archaic civilization in history? 65

About Sumerian writing:. 65

Parenthèse sur L’importance donnée À Uruk : 65

The relative importance of Uruk compared with other sites in Lower Mesopotamia.. 67

A note for believers.. 68

Concerning Scripture in Egypt:. 69

An important note on demotic 71

Coptic.. 71

The demotic.. 72

The hieratic.. 73

Conclusion on the importance of demotic 73

About writing in the Indus Valley: 74

About writing in China :. 74

About writing in the Central Andes : 75

About writing in Mesoamerica : 75

About the Proto-Indo-European language 76

From the Bible reader’s point of view, Indo-European languages fall within the sphere of influence of Japhet’s descendants. 77

Other Proto-European languages 78

Finno-Ugric languages.. 78

Hittite.. 79

The Cretan.. 80

A final important parenthesis on Elamite 81

Conclusion on the time gap between the Upper Paleolithic and Sumer.. 85


Comparative ideographic script sign references : 95

Conclusion.. 97

The nature of ideographic reference writing in question 101

Adam Falkenstein’s list of signs, 1936 102

CNIL’s list of signs.. 104

Referencing.. 106

Clarification of the basic functioning of the Sumerian ideographic system with the notions of logogram and agglutinative language 106


Previous scientific research on this subject and its conclusions.. 112

the research of André Leroi-Gourhan.. 112

First members of the pair.. 114

Oval signs.. 114

Triangular signs.. 114

Scutiform (shield-shaped) signs 114

Comb-shaped signs (pettiforme). 114

Grid signs.. 114

Claviform signs (for, according to him, club-shaped) 114

Second members of the pair.. 115

Feather or twig signs.. 115

In stick formt.. 115

Signs in line of dots.. 115

In short hatchings.. 115

Uncoupled signs.. 115

Examples of signs.. 116

Examples of signs associated with animals 118

Simple sets.. 118

Complex sets.. 119

Injured animals and hunting magic 119

Example of a wounded animal 119

The conclusion of Leroi Gourhan.. 120

What to think of his work?.. 122

The research of Georges Sauvet Suzanne Sauvet and André Wlodarczyk 124

Introduction.. 124

typology of parietal signs… 125

  1. Point-down (a) and point-up (b) triangles. 126
  2. Circles and ovals (a); semicircles (b) 126

III. Quadrilatères typiques (a), with appendixes (b) and open (c) [“grids” or “combs”].. 126

  1. Quadrilaterals with square (a), triangular (b) and hemicircular (c) outgrowths. 126
  2. Claviforms with square (a) triangular (b) and hemicircular (c) outgrowths……. 127
  3. True tectiform pentagons (a) and open pseudotectiform pentagons (b) 127

VII. Single-axis (a) and multi-axis (b) arrows 127

VIII. Barbed and “branch” signs 127

  1. Chevrons point up (a) and point down (b); zigzags (c) 128
  2. Cross… 128
  3. Sticks.. 128

XII. Single-line (a) and multiple-line (b) punctuations; point clouds (c). 128

Additions to the basic shape.. 129

Spreadheet II. – Franco-Cantabrian rectangles with additions to the basic shape.. 130

Association of multiple additions to the basic shape 130

Association of elementary signs to create complex signs.. 132

Table IV. – Processes for obtaining complex signs 132

The results of their research into the reality of a syntax 133

The means of major interpretations 133

in Relation with animals.. 133

Fig. 3. “Cheval aux 14 claviformes” from the Trois-Frères cave (Ariège), by H. Breuil, several meters above sea level. 134

Fig. 4 – Schematic animal and sign associations 135

Evidencing syntax through relations between signs 135

Fig. 2 – Key compatibility in binary association 137

Complementary means of interpretation 138

The cave context:. 139

Integrating the sign with the surrounding rock : 139

Topography.. 139

Execution technique.. 139

Their views on the search for meaning through ethnographic comparative analysis with more recent practices 140

Table VII: Morphological comparison between Paleolithic signs and ideograms.. 141

Note. 142

Denis Vialou’s research.. 143

Note :. 144

Geneviève von Petzinger’s research 144

Fundamental mistakes made by reference archaeologists 145

Obvious contradictions in reasoning 146

the unethical nature of comparing periods that are too far apart in time.. 146

when a single prehistoric semiological system has been homogeneous for tens of thousands of years? 149

Other contradictions……. 150

The end of swallowing non sense ?.. 151

Why archaeologists have so far missed the solution 154

archaeologists have set themselves up as specialists in archaic languages, when in fact they are not. 155

… An implausible comparative analysis of ideographic scriptures 156

A comparison based on a few simple signs, which are therefore simplistic and, moreover, difficult to read and understand. 158

the fact that identical ideographic signs from different ideographic languages apparently have different meanings is proof of a dead end?.. 158

poorly translated and misunderstood signs 160

Triangles as examples.. 160

The branches as an example.. 161

Rectangles taken as examples.. 163

The circle and semicircle as an example 167

Claviformes as an example.. 168

So what interpretation is to be preferred if two signs in two ideographic scripts look the same, but have different meanings? 174

A truly objective analysis of ideographic writing 175

chronological hierarchy of the Scriptures considered 176

A chronological hierarchy made all the more necessary by the sudden emergence of multiple semiological systems 177

Comparative analysis of sign lists in different ideographic scripts.. 179

La liste des signes proto-cunéiformes (- 3 500) 179

Presentation of cupules.. 181

Presentation of point clouds.. 183

Presentation of splines.. 184

Access to the list of proto-cuneiform signs unavailable? 185

The list of proto-heroglyphic signs (-3,500) 186

List of signs for proto-Elamite (- 3,100) and linear Elamite (- 2,300) 187

A brief overview of the main signs of proto-elamite: 189

Analogies between Proto-Elamite and Proto-Cuneiform sign lists 190

The authors’ distinction between proto-elamite and linear elamite 191

The table of the first comparison of similar signs between proto-elamite (PE) and linear elamite (LE) by P. Merigi 191

Table of signs for linear elamite. 192

Further comparison of proto-Elamite and linear Elamite signs 192

Signes patronymiques proto-élamites. 193

Comparison of proto-Elamite and linear Elamite sign lists with cave signs.. 193

Proto-Elamite sign list: 193

list of linear elamite signs : 198

Conclusion on proto-elamite and linear elamite 202

the list of Andean signs (- 3,200). 203

the list of Egyptian hieroglyphic signs (- 3,100) 203

Sign categories represented : 203

Unrepresented categories : 208

Conclusion on the list of hieroglyphic signs 209

la liste des signes proto-indiens (- 2 600) 209

Sign categories represented : 211

Sign categories not represented : 212

Conclusion sur la liste des signes proto-indiens 212

the list of Cretan hieroglyphic signs (- 2,000) 213

Sign categories represented : 215

Sign categories not represented : 217

Conclusion on the list of Cretan hieroglyphic signs 217

the list of Chinese ideographic signs (- 1,600) 218

Sign categories represented : 222

Sign categories not represented : 223

Analogies between Sumerian, hieroglyphs and ossecaille 224

Conclusion on the list of signs for ossecaille Chinese ideograms 230

the list of signs of the Olmec script (- 1,600) 231

Sign categories represented : 234

Sign categories not represented : 234

Analogies between proto-Cuneiform, proto-Elamite and Olmec 235

Conclusion on the list of signs for Olmec ideograms 236

the Hittite (Louvite) list of ideographic signs (- 1,500) 237

Sign categories represented : 240

Sign categories not represented : 244

examples of additional sign categories : 244

Analogies between Hittite and Sumerian and hieroglyphs 244

Conclusion on the list of signs in Hittite hieroglyphs 249

By way of illustration: the Hittite syllabary in cuneiform 249

Hittite cuneiforms and animal signs 251

other important signs :. 253

The list of Mayan script signs (- 300) 253

Conclusion on the list of Mayan hieroglyphic signs 257

Intermediate findings from analysis of lists of different archaic or ancient ideographic languages 259

The most archaic, the most complete, the most influential: proto-cuneiform 259

Comparative analysis of the rules of each semiological system 262

The interpenetration of language between animal signs and signs is found in proto-cuneiform.. 263

Examples of animal signs.. 263

examples of sign associations with animal signs : 267

By superposition :. 267

By juxtaposition :. 269

Animal signs in other ideographic scriptures and their association with other signs.. 270

Proto-cuneiform findings.. 271

The 3 rules for composing complex signs 272

intégration.. 272

Examples from the proto-cuneiform.. 273

Other ideographic languages and integration / Findings 275

overlay.. 276

Examples from the proto-cuneiform.. 276

Other ideographic languages and superposition / observations and findings.. 280

Overlay statement.. 282

juxtaposition.. 283

Examples from the proto-cuneiform.. 283

Other ideographic languages and juxtaposition / observations and findings.. 285

Observation for juxtaposition.. 287

Conclusion for the comparative analysis of complex sign composition rules (integration, superposition, juxtaposition) 288

Comparative analysis of syntax rules 290

preliminary observations on the biases of a strictly statistical and geometric approach.. 290

The biases of a purely statistical approach 290

An approach to meaning based on sign geometry alone makes… no sense in proto-Cuneiform linguistics.. 294

Conclusion of this preliminary information 295

Structuring of this analysis.. 295

Two out of three messages are made up of a single key, and the number of complex signs associating several keys decreases with the number of keys used, reaching a maximum of 4 associations... 296

Analysis of the combination rules of the 9 major keys : 297

Incompatibilities :. 298

Incompatibility Oval / triangle : 298

Arrow / Rameau incompatibility :. 299

Incompatibility Quadrilateral / Arrow or Rameau : 299

Incompatible Chevron / Triangle or branch : 302

Points and sticks can be combined with all the others 302

Syntax rules in other ideographic scriptures 303

The number of complex signs decreases with the number of keys used, reaching a maximum of 4 associations. 303

All the rules governing incompatibility between signs 304

Sticks and dotted lines can be combined with all signs. 305

Conclusion to the comparative analysis of syntax rules 306

Final conclusion of a correct comparative analysis of sign lists and rules.. 307

Seniority.. 307

Corpus.. 307

List of signs.. 308

Rules of the semiological system.. 308


Pronunciation rules for Sumerian and Egyptian transliterations 313

Transliteration and pronunciation of Egyptian alphabetic phonetic hieroglyphs.. 314

Transliteration and pronunciation of Sumerian alphabetic cuneiforms.. 316

Lascaux cave: The first bull in the Unicorn panel 319

The I sign. 320

In proto-cuneiform.. 320

In hieroglyphics.. 321

Single vertical line.. 321

Horizontal single line.. 324

The simple diagonal line.. 325

The sign of two single oblique or vertical lines 326

Sign III. 328

In proto-cuneiform.. 328

In hieroglyphics.. 328

The Z2 vertical triplet line.. 328

The three superimposed lines Z3 and Z3A.. 330

The three inclined lines Z2C.. 331

The three minaret features Z2A.. 332

In demotic.. 333

Conclusion on III. 337

The sign around sign III. 339

contribution of hieroglyphic hittite.. 339

Contribution of demotic.. 339

The unpronounceable name of this auroch god! 342

Adam(a). 343

Other pronunciations of the god auroch’s magical name 344

Sumerian A – gu(d) (ku; a-ka; ugu). 344

Meaning of ku.. 345

Meaning of a-gu/ku or a-aka or a-ugu 346

the Egyptian.. 347

the ox gw, ngAw, iwA.. 347

The bull kA, the ox skA.. 352

Findings.. 354

the hittite a-ga.. 354

Conclusion.. 356

Lascaux cave: Sign XIII of the feline diverticulum 357

Bison association with III. 357

Symbolic equivalence of bison and auroch 358

Meaning of alim… 359

Meaning of lim… 359

lim-lum association… 362

Association lim-lum-lam… 363

Conclusion.. 364

Significance of the cross.. 365

The one god who binds.. 366

proto-cuneiform.. 366

Hieroglyph.. 369

The auroch a god.. 372

a sacrificial animal. 372

A king. 373

A twin.. 374

The cross in other ideographic reference languages 375

Proto-elamite.. 375

Linear elamite.. 376

Proto indian.. 378

Olmec.. 378

Hittite cuneiform.. 379

Conclusion on the cross… 379

Conclusion on the XIII feline diverticulum 380

Pindal cave: Fish sign III 382

Meaning of ku.. 383

The reason for the proto-cuneiform sign ku 384

Ku and the cave.. 385

Egyptian Kk.. 386

Conclusion on the association of sign III with fish 386

Findings.. 389

Marsoulas cave: The large panel fresco 391

The sign of the two parallel slanted horns 392

Evidenciation.. 392

Contribution of hieratic.. 392

Meaning.. 393

The meaning of the logogram A in Proto-Cuneiform and Sumerian 393

À = aka = ugu the procreator genitor 395

aa the father.. 396

In other ideographic reference languages 396

In hieroglyphics.. 396

In proto-Elamite.. 401

In linear elamite.. 401

Proto-Indian.. 402

Ossécaille.. 402

Hittite.. 403

Conclusion about the meaning of these two curved parallel “horns”: a(d)am 404

The pettiform.. 405

Evidenciation.. 405

Meaning.. 406

Su in Sumerian (pronounced shou). 406

The hand as a symbol of royal, divine, Christ-like domination 407

A woodcutter’s hand.. 408

Praying to a god of blessings 408

Man at the foundation of the world.. 409

A twin.. 410

The bull sire, the bull man 411

ku– (u)šu.. 411

gu-uš.. 418

Su in hieroglyphics.. 418

Conclusion on šu.. 419

Tak in Sumerian.. 420

Ta-aka :. 421

Te-aka :. 421

Conclusion on the meaning of the bison, plus the sign of the two horns plus the sign of the hand.. 423

The pettiforme Sanga.. 424

Evidenciation.. 424

Meaning.. 425

Inverted “T” signs.. 426

Evidenciation.. 426

Meaning.. 426

Interjection Ô.. 426

Heil! Salute, acclaim, be praised 427

Report.. 428

The form of the demotic “i.. 429

Conclusion on the meaning of the “inverted T 429

Hieroglyph.. 430

The speckled bison.. 431

Evidenciation.. 431

Meaning.. 431

The skull.. 432

The speckles.. 434

The meaning of decorations in general 434

The specific meaning of speckles 437

The skull also expresses the idea of rebirth 443

The branches.. 444

Evidenciation.. 444

Meaning.. 444

The branch or Ear of wheat in sumérien 444

The ear of wheat in Egyptian.. 446

Conclusion on the meaning of these Wheat ears 447

The horse and the branch: anshe.. 448

Evidenciation.. 448

Meaning.. 448

Anše = kiš.. 452

The Ô and Re signs on the horse.. 453

The branch and the column.. 455

The tectiforme and the horse.. 455

Conclusion on the large Marsoulas panel fresco 456

Marsoulas cave: the other pettiform sign 457

Evidenciation.. 457

Meaning.. 458

In proto-cuneiform.. 458

In Hittite hieroglyphics.. 459

In proto-Elamite.. 459

deciphering the Marsoulas fresco referenced 200 by A.LEROI GOURHAN 460

Deciphering the Marsoulas fresco referenced 200 by A. LEROI GOURHAN 462

Lascaux cave: the second Chinese horse 464

Anesh… 465

the double branch: šeš.. 465

A spiritual brother.. 466

An Akkadian.. 466

Origin of the word Akkad.. 467

A zatu death sign.. 468

šeš / zatu / sign from the Pindal Cave 469

Erin: a king-cedar man, evil, destruction 470

Mourning bitterness lamentations.. 471

Snake bite.. 472

Regeneration.. 472

the other sign Zatu.. 473

Sumerian.. 473

the zatu sign Proto-Elamite.. 473

The claviform rl.. 474

The demotic.. 474

The demotic L.. 475

Proto-Indian.. 476

The la in linear elamite.. 476

Cretan hieroglyph.. 476

Conclusion about the sign for L.. 477

The R.. 477

The L.. 477

Transliteration of sign: rl or ll.. 478

Conclusion on China’s second horse 479

Lascaux cave: the black stag fresco in the axial diverticulum 481

Evidenciation.. 481

Axial diverticulum black stag.. 481

Meaning.. 482

The meaning of deer.. 482

In Sumerian.. 482

Lu.. 483

Lim… 484

Conclusion on the meaning of lulim… 485

In Egyptian.. 486

demotique :. 487

Conclusion.. 489

Meaning of The Black Stag fresco 490

the simple rectangle ñiš or ñeš.. 490

Equivalence of ñiš/ñeš with kiš/keš. 493

kiš or keš = kuš = guš equivalent of adam(a) 493

A deified primordial father.. 494

Kiš: the deer ideogram.. 496

Conclusion on the meaning of Sumerian ñiš/ñeš/kiš/keš 497

the Egyptian rectangle.. 498

The canal.. 498

S: basin / canal.. 499

Recognizing the meaning of the channel in Egyptian 500

meaning of The series of points.. 501

Rectangle transliteration with line of dots 501

The meaning of a deer’s antlers.. 502

Conclusion on the black deer fresco 503

The Y sign.. 504

The normal Y sign.. 504

Proto-Cuneiform.. 504

demotique.. 505

The s sign.. 505

The š sign.. 507

The sign for “i.. 508

The sign for “a.. 508

Resemblance to L?.. 511

Proto-Indian.. 511

The inverted Y sign.. 511

proto-cuneiform.. 511

in demotic.. 514

Conclusion on the Y.. 515

Lascaux cave: the acephalous equid.. 517

anše and kiš.. 518

Dugud.. 518

Conclusion.. 522

Lascaux cave: The great black bull 523

Assignment to prehistoric signs.. 525

  1. Chevrons point up (a) and point down (b); zigzags (c) 525

Structuring of the analysis.. 525

Egyptian :. 526

A first transliteration: Hn.. 527

A second transliteration: s.. 528

a third transliteration: is.. 528

a fourth transliteration: “i”, “A”, the single stroke 531

with triple line association.. 532

The bush and the broom. 533

Sumerian meaning of kAkA.. 533

The procreative ancestor.. 533

excrements, manure.. 534

the other sign of the broom. 535

The symbol associated with the bush / le Fourré 537

In Egyptian.. 538

In Sumerian.. 539

an imperfect and mortal Being.. 540

the primordial father and father of the gods under the sun, the Star 540

The father by association with the arm.. 541

The thicket and the broom bush. 542

Intermediary statement.. 544

Sumerian: the bush in Sumerian.. 545

Preliminary reminder of the wotd father : its meanings directions and double meanings 545

The bush in Sumerian.. 546

a father’s namesake.. 546

A homonym of kish… 547

The kišik ideogram.. 548

The u.gir ideogram.. 549

Conclusion on the black bull.. 551

The direct spiritual filiation between the prehistoric father of the gods and Kish in Sumer, Gizeh in Egypt, Hatti in Hittite country 553

Sumer and the City of Kish… 556

Kish and Giza… 558

Preamble to Giza… 558

The Etymology of Giza… 560

Ms. Gigal’s key contribution.. 560

Conclusion on the origin of the name Giza 561

If you doubt that Egypt inherited its tradition from an older world 563

Objective findings.. 568

In Hittite.. 569

Hatti. 569

Wa, wi. 571

A brief note on biblical thought about the bush and the thicket 573

Thorn Bush:. 573

The thicket.. 574


The need for a structured prior explanation of the prehistoric faith 576

Readers’ lack of critical thinking 578

A serious problem of method and presentation of the material on my part. 579




What is the meaning of prehistoric symbols? 596

What is the meaning of the rock signs 597

What is the meaning of cave signs? ? 598

What is the significance of Lascaux ? 599

Is Lascaux a sanctuary ?.. 600

Conclusion on gpt4 chat……. 601



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