Ancient Ørb1ts – ☉

Sun pictograph

As legend goes, the Chinese writing system was invented by Cang Ji, a minister of the Emperor Huang Di, after he noticed the distinct footprints of different animals. Thus inspired, he drew stylized pictures of the footprints to represent the animals themselves.

To express more abstract thoughts, the Chinese developed “ideographs,” additional symbols which –when combined with pictographs — result in a new word.Source:

Chinese pictograph - Dawn
Phaistos Discs – Egypt 4000 BP.
Phaistos Disk

The Phaistos Disk is a curious archaeological find, most likely dating from about 1700 BC. Its purpose and meaning, and even its original geographical place of manufacture, remain disputed, making it one of the most famous mysteries of archaeology.

The Phaistos Disc was discovered in the basement of room XL-101 of the Minoan palace-site of Phaistos, near Hagia Triada, on the south coast of Crete. Italian archaeologist Luigi Pernier recovered this remarkably intact “dish”, about 15 cm in diameter and uniformly just over 1 cm thick, on July 3, 1908.

Luigi Pernier discovered the disc during his excavation of the first Minoan palace. It was found in the main cell of an underground “temple depository”. These basement cells, only accessible from above, were neatly covered with a layer of fine plaster. Their context was poor in precious artifacts but rich in black earth and ashes, mixed with burnt bovine bones. In the northern part of the main cell, a few inches south-east of the disk, and about twenty inches above the floor, linear A tablet PH-1 was also found. The site apparently collapsed as a result of an earthquake, possibly linked with the explosive eruption of the Santorini volcano that affected large parts of the Mediterranean region ca. 1628 BC.

Physical Description

The inscription was made by pressing pre-formed hieroglyphic “seals” into the soft clay, in a clockwise sequence spiralling towards the disc’s center. It was then baked at high temperature. There are a total of 241 figures on the disc.

Many of the 45 different glyphs represent easily identifiable every-day things, including human figures, fish, birds, insects, plants, a boat, a shield, a staff, etc. In addition to these, there is a small diagonal line that occurs underneath the final sign in a group a total of 18 times. The disk shows traces of corrections made by the scribe in several places.

The Text

Although there is no official Unicode encoding for the symbols on the disk, the ConScript Unicode Registry has assigned a block of the Unicode Private Use Area to be used for the script. Two fonts include support for this area; Code2000 and Everson Mono Phaistos. The text on the disk is given on the second of these links; you can read that text if you have either of them installed.

Crossword Puzzle or Game Board — There are those who feel the signs on the disc’s fields were the markings for the fields of a board game which illustrated along its track the journeys of the sun god and the moon goddess, both in astronomical and mythological terms. That game had close parallels in ancient Egypt which allow the reconstruction of its main features and event fields. These fields coincide with many virtually identical fields in the still popular “Game of the Goose” and are often still in the same locations along the track of this “modern” game as on its direct predecessor from at least three dozen centuries ago.

The Game:

Phaistos Gameboard?


Wherefrom do all these worlds come?
They come from space. All beings arise from space, and into space they return;
space is indeed their beginning, and space is their final end.

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