About the Spiritual Mission of the Romanian People

418e60496201a3c5e5155b010a9e46f2For many of us it may no longer be a mystery, but we are writing here a list of special aspects that some foreigners say about us and that the oaficial specialists of the ministry of culture strangely do not mention.

However, a people, no matter how great it was, can be today no matter how small and miserable if… you know the line “be proud aste them cherish”…
It matters, therefore, how we are, how we live and how we feel and the great ascendancy is an extra factor to convince us that we have what we “honor” and keep.

Something, even, much more important than this is the prophecy about the spiritual mission of Romania and the Romanian people” that you can read HERE.

However, these arguments presented by foreign researchers have the gift of convincing us that we are, at least, a people among peoples, with qualities that deserve to be cultivated and defects that need to be reduced…

At least that’s it…

But if the spiritual Mission of the Romanian people is true, then it is worth making any effort, regardless of the nation to which we belong to support – not the Romanian people, but the rebirth of spirituality on the planet.



Leonard-14Leo Radutz

1. The Russian Sumerologist A. Kifisim: “The ancestors of the Rumanians exerted a strong influence on the entire ancient world, namely the ancient Elad, ancient Egypt, Sumer and even China.”

2. Pythagoras (580 B.C. – 495 B.C.), makes ten references to the higher values of the Getae. In “Law 1143” he says: “Travel to the Getae not to give them laws, but to learn from them. In the Getae, all the earths are boundless, all the earths are common.

3. Homer: “Of all the peoples of the Getae are the wisest.”

4. Plato (427 – 347 B.C.), pupil of Socrates and teacher of Aristotle, captures in the dialogue “CARMIDES” a discussion between Socrates and Carmides, in which the teacher tells Carmides what a Thracian doctor taught him when he was in the army:
Zamolxe, our king, who is a god, tells us that just as we should not try to care for the eyes without regard to the head, the head cannot be cared for either, not realizing the body. Likewise we must give care to the body together with the soul, and this is why the Greek doctors are not good at most diseases. Because they don’t know the whole they have to care for. If this whole is sick, the part cannot be healthy, for all things good and bad for the body and for man as a whole sell to the soul, and from there they flow as from a spring, as from head to eye. We must, therefore, especially and first of all, heal the fountain of evil, that the head and the rest of the body may enjoy health. My friend, the soul is healed by enchantment. These delights are the beautiful words that cause WISDOM to be born in souls.”
Amazing this vision of Zamolxe’s medicine more than 2400 years ago!
5. Dionysius the Periegetul (138 A.D.): “In what follows I will write about the largest country, which stretches from Asia Minor to Iberia and from northern Africa to SCANDIA, the huge land of the Dacians.”
6. Marco Merlini, Italian archaeologist (b. 1953), said regarding the plates from Tărtăria: “The bones as well as the plates are very old. Now it’s a certainty. It is our turn to think that writing began in Europe 2000 years before The Sumerian writing. In Romania, we have a huge treasure, but it does not belong only to Romania, but to the whole of Europe.


7. Friedrich Hayer 1899 – Austrian philosopher: “The Rumunii are the people of Europe who were born a Christian” (the Vatican Ambassador in Bucharest said the same thing in the Academy’s auditorium, and this a few years ago).

8. Alfred Hofmann 1820 – in The History of the Earth: “Indeed, nowhere will you be able to find a quicker power of understanding, a more open mind, a more alert spirit, accompanied by the swamps of conduct, as you find it in the last rumun. This people raised by instruction would be able to find themselves at the forefront of the spiritual culture of Humanity. And as a complement, its language is so rich and harmonious that it would suit the most cultured people on Earth. Rumania is not the navel of the Earth, but the Axis of the Universe.

9. Marija Gimbutas – Professor at the University of California at L.A.- Civilization and Culture: “Romania is the hearth of what we called The Age of Europe, a cultural entity between 6500-3500 B.C., focused on a matriarchal, theocratic, peaceful, loving and creative society of art, which preceded the Indo-Europeanized, patriarchal, bronze age and Iron Age fighters. It has also become apparent that this ancient European civilization precedes the Sumerian one by a few millennia. It was a period of real harmony in full accord with the creative energies of nature.

10. Louis de la Valle Pousin: “The inhabitants of the north of the Lower Danube can be considered the ancestors of Mankind.

11. Gordon W. Childe: “The primary places of the Dacians must be sought on the territory of Romania. Indeed, the location of the main centre for the formation and extension of Indo-Europeans must be placed to the north and south of the Lower Danube.

12. Eugene Pittard: “The ethnic ancestors of the Rumunes undoubtedly ascend to the first ages of Humanity, the Neolithic civilization represents only a recent chapter in the history of the country.”

13. Daniel Ruzzo – South American archaeologist: “The Carpathians are in a region of the world where the European center of the oldest culture known to this day was located”
14. William Schiller – American archaeologist: “Civilization was born where the Rumun people live today, then spreading to the east and west

15. John Mandis: “The earliest discoveries of writing signs were made at Turdas and Tărtăria.”

16. Olof Ekstrom: “Rumun language is a key language that has largely influenced the languages of Europe.”

17. University of Cambridge:
In the fifth millennium B.C. the Getic Carpathian area was the only one inhabited in Europe;
– The Carpathian, Getic, Wallachian area represented in antiquity OFFICINA GENTIUM, fed with population and civilization India, Persia, Greece, Italy, Germany, France and the so-called Slavic space;
– THE VEDAS (RIG VEDA) the oldest literary monuments of humanity were created in the center of Europe. The former Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru wrote that: “The Vedas are the work of the Aryans who invaded the rich land of India

18. Bonfini: “The tongue of the rumuni could not be extirpated even though they are seated in the midst of so many nations of barbarians, and so they fight not to leave it in the back of their heads that they would not fight for a life as much as for a tongue.”

19. Ludwig Schlozer (Russische Annalen-XVIIIth century): “These Volohs are neither Romans, Nor Bulgarians, nor Wolsche, but Vlachs (RUMUNI), descendants of the great and ancient tribe of peoples of the Thracians, Dacians and Getae, who still have their own language and with all the oppressions, live in Valachia, Moldavia, Transylvania and Hungary in number of millions“.

20. Michelet, Paris 1859, to Cuza’s envoy: “Do not envy the old peoples, but look at your own. The deeper you dig, the more you will see life gushing“.

21. Andre Armad: “Indeed, this is one of the oldest peoples in Europe… whether it is the Thracians, the Getae or the Dacians. The inhabitants have remained the same from the Neolithic era – the era of the polished stone – until today, thus claiming through an example, perhaps unique in the history of the world, the continuity of a nation“.

22. D’Hauterive (Memoir on the old and current state of Moldavia, 1902): “The Latin language in truth is derived from this language (primodial), and the other languages, especially rumuna, are this language. LATIN is far from being the trunk of the languages that are spoken today (the so-called Latin languages), I would say that she Latin, is the newest of all“.

23. Huszti Andras: “The descendants of the Geto-Dacians still live today and live where their parents lived, they speak in the language in which their parents used to speak.”

24. Bocignolli (1524): “The Rumunii who I said were Dacians“.

25. L.A. Gebhardi: “The Getae spoke the same language as the Dacians and had the same customs. The Greeks gave both the Getae from Bulgaria and the Dacians from Moldavia, Wallachia, Transylvania and Hungary the same name and believed that the Getae and the Dacians came from the Thracians“.

26. Martin Hochmeister (Siebenburgische Provinziaal Blatter, 1808): “In ancient times known, in Transylvania and in the neighboring countries lived the Dacians, who were also called Getae and from them received the current Transylvania together with Moldavia, Muntenia and the neighboring regions of Hungary the name of Dacia.”

27. Abdolonyme Ubicini (Les origines de l’histoire roumaine, Paris, 1866): “Dacii are the first ancestors of today’s rumuni. From an ethnographic point of view, the Dacians seem to be confused with the Getae, the same origin, the same language. On this point of view all the testimonies of old concord“.

28. University of Cambridge (1922, The Cambridge History of India): “The primary phase of the Vedic Culture took place in the Carpathians, most likely, initially in the Haar-Deal“.

29. Jakob Grimm (History of the German language, 1785-1863): “The Dacian names of plants, kept at Dioscorides (Greek physician from the period of the emperors Claudius and Nero) can also be found in the background of the German language“.

30. Chronicles of the Spanish 25 (p.179): “The Daco-Getae are considered the founders of the Spaniards.”b20c2d4cf337238fe6ed28b609bf0023

31. Charles Lundius (Chronicle of the Dukes of Normandy): “The Daco-Getae are considered the founders of the Northern peoples.”

32. Leibnitz (Collectanea Etymlogica): “The Daco-Getae are considered the founders of the Teutonics through the Saxons and Frisians, of the Dutch (Dacians) and of the Angli.”

33. Miceal Ledwith (Advisor to Pope John Paul II): “Even though it is known that Latin is the official language of the Catholic Church, as well as the language of the Roman Empire, and rumun language is a Latin language, less people know that ruminant language, or its precursor, comes from the place from which Latin is drawn, and not the other way around!
In other words, it is not rumun language that is a Latin language, but rather Latin is a rumun language. So, I want to greet the people of bucegi mountains, of Brasov, of Bucharest. You are the ones who have provided a wonderful vehicle to the Western world

34. Daniel Ruzo (1968): “I researched mountains from five continents, but in the Carpathians I found unique monuments proving that in these places there was a great civilization, constituting the center of the oldest civilization known today.”

35. Carlo Troya (1784-1858, Italian historian): “No people of those whom the Greeks called barbarians have an older and more certain history than that of the Getae or the Goths. The purpose of my work, Getic or Gothic History, is divided into two parts and one of them shows that the Getae of Zamolxe and Decebalus were the ancestors of the Goths of Theodoric of the Amalilor lineage.

36. Harald Haarman (specialist in the history of culture): “The oldest writing in the world is the one from Tărtăria (long before the Sumerian writing;), and the Danubian civilization is the first great civilization in history.

37. Paul Mac Kendrick:”Burebista and Decebal created in Dacia a culture that only those with narrow views could qualify as barbaric.” “The Rumuni are members of one of the most remarkable creative states of antiquity.” “Up in Maramures there is a place marked as the center of the old continent” (Europe from the Atlantic to the Urals).

38. William Ryan and Walter Pitman (geologists, 1995): “The place described by the Old Testament as flooded by the flood is that of the Black Sea.”

39. Robert Ballard (explorer, 1999), confirms what Ryan and Pitman said.

40. Cavasius (De la Administratione Regni Transilvaniae): “In Italy, Spain and Gaul, the people served an idiom of an older formation under the name of rumunească lingua, as in the time of Cicero.”

41. G. Devoto, G. Wilkie, W. Schiller: “The barbarians were not only the discoverers of philosophy, but also the discoverers of technique, science, and art. I must go further and make it clear that Greek philosophy stole from barbaric philosophy. Most of them did their discipleship among the barbarians. We find Plato to praise the barbarians and recalls that both he and Pythagoras learned the most and most beautiful teachings by living among the barbarians.”.

42. Clement of Alexandria (Stromatele): “Finally, another difficulty of interpreting with this method some teachings from Scripture is that we do not have them and in the language in which they were first written. Then the language is preserved by the people, not only by the scholars, while the meaning and the texts are preserved only by the scholars and that is why we can easily conceive that they were able to falsify the meaning of the texts of some very rare book they had in their possession“.

43. Emmanuel de Martone (professor at the Sorbonne, 1928, in the interview given to Virgil Oghină): “I cannot understand at the rumuni their mania to boast that they are descendants of the Roman colonists knowing very well that in Dacia did not come Romans, not even italics, but legions of mercenaries recruited from all the eastern provinces of the empire, even the administration introduced by the conquerors had the same origin. You rumuns are Dacians and they should know the rumunii better and boast about them, because this people had a high spiritual and moral culture“.

44. Marc Pagel (professor, head of the bio-informatics laboratory at Reading University, England): “As for 10,000 years in the Carpathian area there was a culture, a people who spoke a unique language and precursor of Sanskrit and Latin.”

45. Clemance Royer (in Buletinul de la Societe d’Antropologie, Paris, 1879): “… Celts, Germans and Latins come from eastern Europe… and the traditions of the historical Aryans of Asia show them coming from the West… we must look for their common cradle at the Lower Danube, in this pelasggic Thrace whose language we ignore“.

46. Jean Laumonier (in the book “La nationalite francaise”, Paris, 1892): “The modern Romanian or Dacian is the true Celt of Eastern Europe“.

47. Andre le Fevre (in the work “Les races et les langues”, Paris 1893): “The brown Celts to whom ethnography reveals the trace from Dacia to Armric (Brittany) and Ireland, the Blonzi Gauls… populations that spoke Indo-European dialects.”

48. Emperor Joseph II: “These poor rumuni subjects, who are undoubtedly the oldest and most numerous in Transylvania, are so tormented and tested by injustices by anyone, be they Hungarians or Saxons, that their fate, if you investigate it, is indeed to weep …

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