Sorry for the following long post, is unusual but covering the topic in another way it would be harder. Recently I had the opportunity for a trip in Buzău Mountains, also known as the kingdom of Luana, a less known part of Romania, where out guide told us a lot of legends and stories from prehistory, ancient history, medieval history, modern history and current times, a fabulous mix which would make, I think, good material for something like an entire season of Stargate SG1. Take all stories below with a grain of salt (I do that).
The first objective was an animal (reptile) shaped stone, which have some old inscriptions and based on its shape, may have been used as a sacrifice altar back in the ancient times. It also has a base that may cover some things below.
Then a circular portal, pretty much looking like the Stargate portals which may be a gate, if you know how to activate it.
The cell of hermit Dionisie Torcatorul is documented from the medieval times, but is a cave which, upon the looks of the carving may have been used by Dacians in the ancient times and even before that, in the stone age.
As many other objective from that age, Dionisie’s cell is guarded by a phallic symbol/sculpture:
Fundul Peșterii is something unique as is a stone age / prehistoric living place in a vaginal shape:
And next to it, there is another phallic symbol:
Tihăria is a mountain, but is also a wall, like a part of the walls of the citadel of the giants, who lived there before humans. Maybe the city of king Luana, which was guarded by a sun:
Somewhere in the forests there are springs with water of life, which king Luana used to heal and revive people. Those may be the sulphuric springs I drank from myself (I don’t feel special now):
Also carved in stone is Iosif’s little church, which is also documented from medieval times and probably lived long before that.
At Scaunele Spătarului, the legendary Negru Voda, founder of the country, brought his captains and have them titles and lands around, their names can be found in the mountains nearby.
And you can see with your eyes prehistoric writings:
The cave church in Aluniș is known from medieval times, but it was built on an older cave:
The living quarters next to it are unlike Christian living quarters, so they have to be Dacic, at least
As the sacrificial stones and altar above:
There are tunnels everywhere, in many cases triangular and they have magic properties, possibly teleporting people in various places far away:
Piatra Ingăurită was again a medieval hermit church hosting people fleeing away from anti-Christian prosecution, but by the look of the carving, it seems used since stone age
Crucea Spătarului is a sign on the mountain, from more modern times (XIX century) when a noble wanted to hide his treasury
As there is near a map for finding it. If only one can read it…
Before the forest grew, Ghereta was a good observation point over the entire valley and the entrance in the giants (before the human times) citadel:
Bucătăria looks like a kitchen and hat smoke leftovers on the ceiling, but it looks like the place for the holly fire of Dacians:
Țurțudui mountain is an old place, with prehistoric carvings, but it was also a place where supposedly the military in the 80’ies conducted paranormal researches
And when the experiments ended with a disasters, they dynamited the place (I am not sure the dynamite effects looks like that) and blocked the path by cutting trees
Agatonul Now was yet another medieval hermit church for refugees:
And before it, Agatonul Vechi was used, until destroyed by an earthquake:
Closer to the valley and civilisation, the Fundătura monastery was prosperous back in its medieval times:
Near Rugionasa you can see pictographic writings, similar with Sumerian tablets:
And also a yearly calendar, reminding of the Sumerian civilization
If you raise your eyes, on the other mountain you can see a human face, a bearded Dac
Not far from there, in Ulmeț, you can find some trovants or babe, curiously made growing stones, which you can’t tell if they are natural or man made.
An Stargate SG1 season I said? Well… thinking there are many other place we lacked the time to see, I would say maybe two.
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