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Bakarlaka - On St. Nicholas Day
 

Rock shapes and images at peak Bakarlaka

(362 m) in Strandja mountain definite it as a sanctuary of Amun-Ra, the god of Sun. The images reflect the Egyptian invasion into the Balkans, and the reasons for it.
With her all-seeing eyes goddess Bast defeated the snake Apep during the night and rescued the god Thoth - the Lord of time.
People had overcome enormous obstacles, but connected both lands, Egypt and Thrace. The priests predicted that sly kiss of a beautiful woman would irreversibly collapse this connection, and it really happened at Troy.
Hieratic Egyptian script was found at a discreet place among the rocks. Logically, the question arises whether the bolded part of the inscription is the original signature of Hatshepsut Maatkara.
Archaeological research at the monastery "St. Nikolai
the Miracle-Maker in Sozopol found relics of the saint.
Just on St. Nicholas Day in 2012 they were given to the church "St. George" in Sozopol. Fraction of them receive and town Chernomorets.

 

Bakarlaka - on the day of the equinox

 

The sun rose above the horizon in the equinox conclude at Bakarlaka of 90 degrees with a north-south axis.
Satellite image reveals that cape Budjaka, over which the sun rises in the equinox, is a geoglyph of the goddess Bast. Quantified the distance in kilometers from the mouth of Bast till Bakarlaka represents by years one Sar = 1/2 of the Saros
period (
Saros cycle). Saros period is used in astronomy for prediction of eclipses of the same series. The Sozopols geoglyph is an illustration of the goddess Basts battle with Apep - the god of destruction.

 

Bakarlaka - at the winter solstice

 

The rays of the rising sun at the winter solstice helped us find on Bakarlaka rock images illustrating the caring of Egyptian ruler Hatshepsut Maatkara to women in child-birth and also a scene with John the Baptist's head - perhaps his most authentic image. The movie presented for the first time geoglyph "Bakarlaka." Its elements are true masterpiece in this kind of art. The distance between Bakarlaka and the sanctuary Beglik Tash indicates figuratively the cause and date of the "battle between the goddess Bast and Apep."

 

Bakarlaka - at the summer solstice

 

Satellite picture shows, that island Sveti Ivan (St. John) off Sozopol is a geoglyph.

One of the images on it is a falcon a symbol of god Chorus.

In the days around the summer solstice can be seen, that on Bakarlaka peak exists a bas with high artistic merit.
In the cavity of the main stone on Bakarlaka we discovered an illustration of ritual baptism with water.
"The decapitation of John the Baptist" is a disturbing prediction about the end of Egyptian civilization and a predetermined historical fact.
Island "St. John" is the place where the relics of St. John the Baptist were found
Satellite image of the southern Bulgarian Black Sea coast indicates that it is a huge geoglyph of the goddess Bast.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rock formations at cape Agalina are not natural, but artistic phenomenon depicting Bast's lips.

Maslen nos (Oil cape) with the sanctuary Beglik Tash is both - head of the cat and chest of the goddess Bast with her heart.
If we need to create such a massive image, we would have to choose a starting point for applying the desired proportions.
The cross on Bakarlaka is an Egyptian hieroglyph, meaning: "This is the place!"
Certainly "Bakarlaka" is the sanctuary of Amun-Ra the god of Sun.

 

Why is Bakarlaka selected location as a starting point for creating ensemble of shrines and geoglyphs? Because that's where the first rays of the sun at equinox do 90-degree angle to the axis "North-South" and at this distance from the coast efforts for implementation of such large-scale projects are expected to be minimal.
When you sense design and scale created by ancients, you may emotionally exclaim:
"That's not possible! Is it have done by Gods?!"

 

 

Nikola Nikolov

 

 

                        

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