Stèle discoïdale & Stelae

Today we will begin a new series: The Allane Legacy where we will show traces and traditions from our ancient civilization that influenced or survived throughout history.

Recalling that the information contained in this series does not fit the official history because it is based on Historical Revisionism and theories about the true origin of humanity.

Let's start today by talking about  Stèle Discoïdale or Stele/Stelae. Stele is a monument that can be found in various places around the world like Maghreb, Syria, Sweden, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Turkey, Russia, Norway. And it is particularly abundant in the cemeteries of the Basque Country and another civilizations like Egyptian, Mayan, hindu etc.

This monument is composed of a circular disk of stone that surpasses a trapezoidal base or simply one rectangle.

The old allans stele is decorated with a cross or geometric figures referring to solar symbols as well as symbols of plants and trees that are part of the old allans religion.

Over time they were used to Christians symbols to decorate cemeteries after the advent of Christianity. But in the ancient Allans civilization they were only decorative monuments marking only territorial boundaries, even though the allans had no cemeteries, they only cremated their dead.

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