Even for experts, explaining the origins and evolution of mankind on the globe is a difficult challenge. Some, such as Hawaiian researcher Dr. Vámos-Tóth Bátor, have proposed the possibility of a universal civilisation that ruled the planet after the flood. To back up his theory, he compiled a list of over a million linked place names from throughout the world.
An ancient civilization is spread across the Earth
There is a deep-seated notion that an ancient civilisation with the same global culture dominated the Earth in the distant past. According to Dr. Toth, this civilization existed after the Flood, a devastating catastrophe that is mentioned in practically every ancient society.
Bator called this civilisation Tamana, after the term used by these ancient civilizers to refer to their towns. To have a better understanding of Toth’s technique for expounding his thesis on the global Tamana civilisation, several fundamental concepts must be clarified.
First, Bator used toponymy to find connections between the different cultures that currently inhabit the Earth. Toponymy is a discipline responsible for studying the origin of proper place names. In this sense, a toponym is nothing more than the proper name of a region, such as Spain, Madrid or the Mediterranean.
Common terms around the world
Bator’s method consisted of tracing the origin of proper names from different places around the world. The intention of this research was to find related terms whose meanings were similar. From his point of view, this would confirm that, in the remote past, the same universal culture united peoples across the planet.
His search results were astounding, managing to find over a million related toponyms. From Hungary to Africa or from Bolivia to New Guinea, Bator found dozens of places with similar names and meanings – this is unique and significant, and could change everything we know.
Tamana: the ancient civilization
This fact cannot be a fluke, but rather confirm the theory that an ancient civilization ruled the Earth thousands of years ago. Bator named this civilization Tamana, a term used by the so-called ancestors to designate a new colony or city.
The term Tamana means “fortress, square or centre” and can be found in around 24 cities around the world. Bator was convinced that the Tamana civilization had its origins in what is now the African region of the Sahara. According to his research, they belonged to a confederation called Maa, or Pesca, and included Magyars, Elamites, Egyptians, Afro-Asians and Dravidians.
The name Maa refers to the great ancestor of this ancient civilization, known in biblical history as Noah. This character was responsible for ensuring the survival of humanity during the cataclysm known as the Universal Flood. To Maa, Noah was like a protective and saviour god they worshipped.
Some commonplace names in various parts of the world
Hundreds of commonalities were discovered during Bator’s examination of numerous place names from throughout the world, confirming his idea of universal civilisation. For example, in Hungary, there is a region known as Borota-Kukula, which is eerily similar to Borota in Lake Chad, Kukura in Bolivia, and Kukula in New Guinea.
Similarly, Bator discovered 6,000-year-old pottery plates with similar place names in places as widely apart as Europe’s Carpathian Basin, ancient Egypt, and China’s Banpo. These cultural manifestations that are identical while being separated by hundreds of kilometres imply that mankind shared a global civilization.
Bator discovered that around 5,800 locations in the Carpathian Basin had names that are similar to places in 149 nations after years of investigation. The Eurasia, Africa, America, and Oceania areas have more than 3,500 place names. Most refer to rivers and cities.
Bator’s research provides compelling proof that there are links across the globe that demonstrate the millenary presence of a universal civilization.