The Mysterious Inscription of the Newton Stone

The Mysterious Inscription of the Newton StoneThe Newton Stone was discovered in 1804 in the Aberdeenshire, Scotland. The height of the stone is 2.03 meters. The stone has an inscription in an unknown language, with some letters strongly resembling Armenian. One of the recognizable symbols on the stone is a swastika. Nearby the Newton Stone lies another stone with the image of a snake.

Most scholars suggest that the inscriptions on the Newton Stone are made in either Phoenician or Gaelic (Scottish) language (a branch of Celtic language), the latter being the language of the inhabitants of the mountain Scotland and the Hebrides. You can read about it via the link below.

The book “Prehistoric Annals of Scotland” published in 1851 by Canadian archaeologist Sir Daniel Wilson (born in Scotland in 1816) and discovered by Susan Cooper says that Christianity in the British Isles had taken everything away from the locals and that even children at schools were punished for speaking Gaelic. Sir Wilson writes that Christianity had virtually destroyed their culture. He also mentions that it was not the Scandinavians who had originally inhabited the British Isles.

Some of the symbols described in the book belong to the Neolithic era and some to the Bronze Age. Below are several images from the book, some of which clearly feature Armenian letters.

The phrase on the stone could be even read in Armenian (it is interpreted differently in the book, but the author did not know Armenian). However, some symbols are similar to the letters of the Latin alphabet. It is experts who should decipher the inscription sooner or later.

Nana Herouni. Source: ancient-origins.net

• Newton Stone.
• Petroglyphs, hieroglyphs, and symbols of Armenia.
• The Phoenician alphabet.
• The Etruscan alphabet.
• The Aramaic alphabet.
• Ethiopian and Armenian letters.
• The Old Slavonic alphabet with 38 letters created by Cyril and Methodius, the sons of great mathematician and astronomer Levon Karakhan.
• Inscriptions and excerpts from the book “Prehistoric annals of Scotland.”
• Inscriptions and excerpts from the book “Prehistoric annals of Scotland.”
• Inscriptions and excerpts from the book “Prehistoric annals of Scotland.”
• Inscriptions and excerpts from the book “Prehistoric annals of Scotland.”
• Inscriptions and excerpts from the book “Prehistoric annals of Scotland.”
• Inscriptions and excerpts from the book “Prehistoric annals of Scotland.”


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