2023 Author: Seth Attwood | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 22:42
An excerpt from the text of the RSHRYA Sundakov Vitaly Vladimirovich.
From the word "Goose" comes the name of the ancient unique Russian musical instrument - Gusli. We meet the mention of Gusli in old epics, fairy tales and songs. The word "Gusel" or "Gusl" is another name for the String. Under the sounding String - Gusel, in this case, we mean the long and sounding-buzzing Neck of the Goose. That is, the long neck of the Goose is the String-Gusel. And Gusli is a set of such Strings. A gusli is a wooden musical instrument made in the form of a straightened goose wing, and with Gusel Strings stretched on it. In another way, in Russian, Gusli are called Gudki. Goose's neck is not only a ringing String-Gusel, but also a loud buzzing Trumpet - Guda or Gudel. The name Gusli comes from the Strings-Gusels, and the name Gudki comes from the Strings-Gusels. The sound of the goose strings slightly resembles the hoarse but sonorous goose "Ga-Ga". And in this "Ha", it happens, you hear anxiety, and anxiety, and joy …
In ancient times, the Slavs celebrated the New Year's celebration on the autumn equinox, the holiday was great, joyful, with various ritual actions and rituals. The Slavs were dressed up to celebrate the coming of the new year in a goose, a swan and a duck. All dressed up in different birds (both men and women and children, of course), the guslar sang songs. He sang songs about the passing times and the times of the coming, arriving, coming. And the name of that legendary guslar was Sadko-guslar. And the name of the guslar Sadko is a strong contraction of his original name. In the Vedic times of India, their singer-guslar was called Siddhartha, which is an abbreviation for the words Sindh and Ardha or Singh and Ardha. The words Singh and Argha correspond to the poet, singer and artist. And if you delve into the images, then Singh and Argha are a cat and a dog. In ancient times, it was generally considered that there were singers: a man, a cat, a dog and a bird and … no one else. The word "Singh" corresponds to the Russian words "know, ringing, ringing, prayer, string, gong, bugle, song and praise" and non-Russian words "single, song, sonata, gnosio, gnostic, gnosticism." And the name "Siddhartha Gautama" in Russian is literally "Sadko-guslar". That's literally. Gusli in another way, in Russian, is called "beeps", and the one who plays the "beeps" is called a "gonzhamets" or "gonzhama". Over the centuries, the words "Gonjametz" and "Gonjama" have been simplified into the words "Gaudametz" and "Gautama". Here is the neck of a goose not only a ringing string-gusel, but also a loud buzzing trumpet "buzzing, buzzing, buzzing or buzzing." The name of the musical instrument "gusli" comes from the strings of the gusli, and the names "guda" or "gudki" originate from the strings "buzzed". Here the string is buzzing on the harp-beeps and with its ringing-hum connects the past and future times.
The strings on the horns of Sadko-guslyar give a transition from the past year to the coming year, the future. Sadko-guslar with his playing, his singing, excited the imagination of his listeners of the Slavs. He sang to them for centuries and glory. The correct word "excited" would be "burjerajil" or if this word is read in a different, simpler way, then it is "bujadzhil" or, after further simplification, "buddil" (after two "d") or even simpler - woke up (through one "D"). The word "wake up" is a strong contraction of the original stem. Sadko-guslar woke up, awakened his listeners. The full name of Sadko-guslyar is "Sadko-guslyar bujadzha". In another way, completely, he is called "Sadko Gaudama Budja". Yes, my dear friends, yes - everything is exactly like that. Buddhists have his name - Siddhartha Gautama Buddha. In eastern countries (India, China, Japan and several other countries) Siddhartha Gautama is considered the name of a person who is also called Buddha Shakyamuni, which literally means "Awakened sage from the Shakya clan." Shakyamuni Buddha is a great spiritual teacher, the legendary founder of Buddhism (one of the three world religions). And among the Slavs Siddhartha Gautama Buddha Shakyamuni is also known under the name "Prophetic Boyan".
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