Eseme’s Dreaming – The Borderlands of the Kozmetikai

My sisters barely remember their dreams at night,
whispered the old dreamer. We have replaced them
with hypocritical swords and words, which crippled
the ancient storms of nature’s magic. Never can we
permanently stop the invisibility of such flight,
we just don’t remember what is important to
our soul anymore.

Long ago, the forest tragically animated her
material world for us and from those moments on,
clans forgot the languages of the dreamer.
Now we say mind, body and great spirit –
still rejecting our Soul and it’s fears of divine
adornment called Kozmetikai (cosmetics).

The origin of this word Kozmetikai is
” To Arrange and Restore Order “…
this is what our dreamers did when
they flew above the great mountains
as the Thunderbirds. We beautify the
borderlands of harmony with all of
humanities destructive past. This is
what happens at the beginning…
of the end.

Emese dream hungaria magyar - elder mountain dreaming.JPGMy poem is dedicated to Emese’s Dream, a Hungarian Folklore of the Turul Bird of the 4th century and its legend. The bird appears to her, it starts to flow from her womb and moves west, saving the Magyar’s from the brutality of Mongolia’s Atila the Hun. Her dream said to row into a great River which signified that of her peoples rebirth. The second time in the legend, the bird is mentioned in the dreaming of the leader of the Hungarian Tribes, in which Eagles attack the horses and a Turul came and devoured the Eagle clans who stand for war.

This symbolized not only the destruction that would come to the ancient tribal Slavs and Balkans people when war over took the soul in all cultures, and began the bickering and fighting among different people. Eseme’s Dream told the people to migrate in order to survive their own past destruction, which every nation, culture and indigenous culture had done on earth, the last 2,500 years.


The Vessels of the Nagy-Szent-Miklos of Romania in ancient times, were tribes living on a vast territory from Mongolia to the Balkans, had eventually used runic letters, well-known for the Orkhon, Yenisei, Talas, Kazakh, Caucasian, Volgo-Don, Balkan and Danube monuments. Runic symbols are raised from Aramaic writings, but many of them resemble generic signs called tamgas. Ancient Runes were usually from right to left, and from top to bottom. The largest runic monuments are created on the territory of modern Mongolia. These are tombstones of Tonyukuk, Kultegin and Bilge Kagan.

A marble copy of the monument to Kultegin, made by order of the government of Kazakhstan by Japanese craftsmen, were installed at the Eurasian University named after Lev Gumilyov in the present capital of Kazakhstan. The most western Turkic runic written monuments were found in the Volga region, on the Don, in the North Caucasus along the Danube in Romania and Hungary.

The Treasure of Sânnicolau Mare or Treasure of Nagyszentmiklós are 23 early medieval vessels, found in 1799 near the town of Sânnicolau Mare (Nagyszentmiklós in Hungarian, with rune symbols all meaning “Great St Nicholas” in northern Banat, then part of the Torontál County of the Kingdom of Hungary within the Habsburg Empire, today in Timiş County in western Romania.

After the excavation, the treasure was transferred to Vienna, the capital of that Empire at the time. Ever since, it has been in the possession of the Kunsthistorisches Museum there, where it is on permanent display. A wide range of views continue to be held as to the dating and the origins of the styles of the pieces, and the context in which they were made, which may well vary between the pieces.

Unusually, the inscriptions on some pieces have increased the complexity of the arguments rather than reduced them. Recently, Romanian officials have asked the Austrian government for the treasure’s return from where they were found.

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