Shilov Yuri Alekseevich
Born in 1949. Archaeologist, candidate of historical sciences, an academic of
Ukrainian Academy of original ideas and Russian Orthodox Academy, a member
of Ukrainian and Russian writers' Union, a chairman of Wideslavic Sobor
historical section. The author of about 200 articles and 14 books
including scientific and popular.
The Aryans' Earliest Myths. The author makes an intriguing account of
archaeological findings in the steppes north of Sea of Asov and the Black Sea
during the 1970s-1990s. Excavating burial mounds dating to the 4th2ndmillennia B.C.,
archaeologists found observatories, calendars, shrines and enormous
figures fashioned as humanlike and astral deities. All this taken together made it
possible to "decipher" the myths of Ukrainian tumuli. These myths turned out
to be very close to those recorded in the Indo-Aryan Rid-Veda. This Fact
corroborated the linguistic conception that the Aryans and their beliefs had
originally come from the lower Dnieper area in Ukraine.
Using tumuli structure patterns, the author describes how the earliest Dhiaus,
Prithivi, Aditi,Daksha, Indra, Vishnu, Brahma and other protagonists of the Aryan
Mxthology emerged and what they looked like.
The author is offering editors to collaborate on publishing new books
or re-publishing old ones.
In order to contact the author, please, click
1.THE INDO-EUROPEAN-SEMITIC-KARTVELIAN LINKS OF THE UKRAINIAN DNIPRO RIVER REGION
2.VALENTYN DANYLENKO - RESEARCHER OF THE TRADITION OF LITERACY IN UKRAINE
3.ARATTA-ARYAN ARCHAETYPES OF THE PAINTER MOVCHAN