The Thracian-Getae Dacians were known for their fighting skills; the images on war memorials show strength, intelligence and mental agility. Also, they were master sword fighters; the design of their weapon exhibited strength and a proficient spiritual mind to yield it. Further, they took the art of swordsmanship to an extreme level of practice, with no fear of death and saint-like respect towards their opponents. Additionally, in my studies of the plaques on the Column of Trajan in Rome and the adamclisi monument in Romania, I observed a class of warriors that presented skills comparable, if not better, to other documented war societies in history. The Great King Burebista introduced this zen-style attitude towards war; he and the Royal dragon bloodline instilled esoteric knowledge and secret societies into the European, Asian, Indian and Egyptian cultures. Ultimately, for Burebista to balance his heightened spiritual vision, he needed the barbaric fighting skills of The Dacians, their military and wolf totem to unify Thracia-Getae-Dacia. After Burebista's assassination, Dacia split into several smaller states, and Deceneus became King. But after Deceneus, King decebalus introduced a war machine mentality into Dacia. However, from what I saw, pictured on Trajan's Column, the Getae Dacians were one of the first to introduce the concept of 'cloak and dagger.'
Moreover, the daggers were crafted as coats of arms and decorated to show social and military status among secret societies. Esoterically speaking, in most traditions of Magic, the blade represents the element of Air when offered in ceremonies and mystical rituals. The cloak was used among occultists as a traditional garment representing the Aura when participating in ceremonial rites, practices, and invocations of angelic or interdimensional entities. Also, wearing a cloak conceals the dagger and acts as a defensive mechanism or shield; the garment was positioned around the arm when protection was needed. In addition, the brooch used to pin the cape was fashioned to match the blade and a symbol for the ruling class and esoteric or secret societies. Finally, the cloak proved to be one of the most versatile garments worn in history with the dagger, predominant in Thracian-Getae-Dacian society.
There is a significant difference between the weapons and skills of fighters from the adamclisi monument to Trajan's Column. The adamclisi presents the era closest to Burebista and the earliest recordings of a curved blade, sharpened on the inside edge. Further, the images show Getae-Thracians swinging curved swords with strength and accuracy dressed in minimal armour. In addition, these warriors required no shield; they maneuvered over and under their opponents, attacking their legs and heads. Imagine you would need to be brave and focused when yielding a two-handed curved sword; it was used as a hook to pull the shields and armour away from the body, thus placing the opponent into a vulnerable state of defence. While living in the village of costesti, I heard many local legends about the length and weight of the Falx splitting Roman shields in half with a single blow, and the sword's point pierces their enemy's helmets. On the other hand, the villagers bragged in a heartfelt way about how they still use the Dacian Falx today to cut their grass; they handed me the Scythe and told me to work their lands to experience the life of a Dacian, I did, and it was challenging. Also, in the city of Orăștie, there is a monument that showcases the Dacian Falx, a good friend Vladimir Brilinsky was present for the inauguration and close to the artists who sculpted it. Here is the article Vladimir wrote.
On the Column of Trajan, almost all the Getae-Dacians holding weapons have shields and cannot use two-handed Falx; but the images show the Dacians wearing cloaks with a smaller, sword-sized falx. However, Trajan's monument was created as an art piece, styled for aesthetics, not accuracy. The sica was a short sword or large dagger primarily used by the Thracians and Getae-Dacians; it was a weapon of choice during the era of Decabalus; the short curved design of the blade made it easy to get around the opponent's shield. However, the most mysterious plate on the Column of Trajan is the suicide of Decebalus, which opened the door to many debates. Example: Were the Thracian-Getae-Dacians suicide warriors, and did they understand the art of transformation and the honourable death? As far as the suicide image on Trajan's Column, we can't say for sure this is Decebalus with his dagger, but judging his attire and the shield lying next to him, I say, no.
Further, we can't trust the Emperor's glory or the individual sanctioned to sculpt the images on the monument. For myself, the Column of Trajan is just a reference point and not the absolute to Romanian history; the ancient origins of the Getae-Dacians go much deeper than the stories from Rome. Regardless, this scene on the Column opens the door to death without dishonour and the alchemical secrets of Getae Blacksmiths. But, before we speak about suicide, we must understand the ceremony and the tool of choice, the sica.
In the Thracian-Getae-Dacian culture, there were various Blacksmiths involved with the mundane tasks of the village and others making weapons for battle. But the most sought-after blacksmith was esoterically advanced, a master in alchemy and metallurgy, science and spirit. Further, this blacksmith was a high priest; he understood the secrets of smelting and metalworking were ‘a gift from the gods’. In addition, he generated Earth, Air, Fire, Water, Ether and sourced raw materials-metals hidden in valleys and mountains. Commissioned by the king, this blacksmith and his magic were integral to secret societies and esoteric operations in the Kingdom.
Moreover, if you were going to war or very sick and wanted a sica for an honourable death, then this is the blacksmith you would see. However, to comprehend the art of suicide within the Geate culture, we will draw parallels from the Japanese Samurai traditions of Death. A Samurai would take his life and die with honour rather than torture and Death from his enemies. Traditionally this act of suicide was ceremonially by slicing the belly open with a blade. Still, the Samurai carried a dagger to cut his throat for optimal efficiency before being captured in battle. In antiquity, suicide was a regular occurrence worldwide and in the Thracian-Getae-Dacian society.
Conclusively, the ceremonial disk located at Sarmizegetusa was used for suicide; it was built close to a waterway, so the excess blood was easy to wash away. In addition, a stone was sculpted to fit a human head beside the altar. So, possibly Sarmizegetusa supported a society that believed in an honourable death and spiritual transformation of the physical body.
All ancient societies used a calendar system based on the sun (life) and lunar (Death); the Geto Dacians established their almanac at the observatory site of Sarmizegetusa. So when I first visited the sanctuary, I analyzed the andesite disk. Unfortunately, in my perception, it was not an accurate reconstruction; it was an error by one person's idea of the past resulting in worship for spiritualists today as the sun disk; it is not a solar Icon. Was it done on purpose or just a lack of knowledge regarding ancient monuments? The original shape of the moonstone located at Sarmizegetusa was not a complete circle; there are several lunar monuments worldwide that are a half-circle. In fact, there are a total of 8 lunar phases, which means there can be 8 different shapes to lunar artifacts and monuments. Again, the andesite Altar at Sarmizegetusa was initially designed in 8 sections corresponding to the moon phases. Today's Historians reconstructed the disk and expanded its circumference to create 10 divisions; I comprehend this methodology when referencing a complete circle. Regardless, if you look closely, we can see the disk was not designed to extend over the water canal; it was altered to do so. Further, a stone was placed by archeologists to prop the disk into place over the channel; if that rock was not there, the andesite would break apart. Basically, the Geto-Dacians did not design the altar to extend over the waterway; instead, they built it to stop just in front. So why was the altar constructed next to the water? There are several reasons. First, the moon was highly significant to the ancients; they associated it with disasters or punishment related to water. Likewise, the moon was worshipped while harvesting plants and creating remedies, so the lunar artifacts imply several functions. Next, the disk at Sarmizegetusa existed as a workspace, extracting oils and resins from plants and sorting gold ore mined from Piatra Craivii/Apulon. In addition, Precious metals were separated (Panning) on the altar, and the residue with no value was washed into the waterway. Finally, the lunar disk/alter suggests sacrifices; a section of stone set in front of the altar was sculpted to fit a person or animal head for decapitation. However, the Geto Dacians were not bloodthirsty like the Mayans or Aztecs, killing many people. Instead, the Dacian sacrifices were intentional. Ultimately, they performed their rituals during lunar and solar convergences; perhaps the people or animals were sick and offered themselves voluntarily. But, the Dacians had no fear of death and supported a society that believed in an honourable death, ritualistic suicide and spiritual transformation of the physical body. Again, the ceremonial disk located at Sarmizegetusa was a lunar altar built close to a waterway, so the excess blood, plant, food and precious metal residue were easy to wash away. In the end, people can take my research how they want; I am not an intellectual getting high seeking arguments; I am merely intending to open perceptions to the unknown.
Let's continue with the cult chronicles passed down from our Ancient Romanian Ancestors that stretched across the Danube, black sea, and the Carpathians into the Orăștie mountain region, where the Immortal Thracian-Getae-Dacians still echo from the fortresses and temple stones beneath the Earth. The Thracian Getae Dacians introduced several institutions (Cults) worldwide such as ethnobotanical (psychedelic) to priest, priestess worship of deities, weaponry and various ceremonial practices regarding Zalmoxis. Further, The Throne, the centre of Zamolxis was the Star Alcyone, which nourished the Getae legends of Heaven and creation. In addition, the constellation Zamolxis provided the foundation for esoteric teachings worldwide. A Prime example of the Thracian-Getae-Dacian influence manifested on an artifact found in Germany, the Nebra disk. In 2015, I met an archaeologist from Cluj; he heard through the community that I was in the process of showcasing a perspective of Zalmoxis being the 1st documentation of Mythology. Also, I established that the Greeks learned about Zamolxis from the Thracian Geto Dacians and called it Pleiades. Further, The Geto-Dacian sanctuaries in Hunedoara and the Orăștie Mountains align with the Zamolxian constellation. However, the archeologist remained silent about my theory, but still, he supported my efforts. Next, he emailed a picture of an artifact to research, and, if inclined, I could add it to my showcase on the road to Sarmizegetusa. The artifact was named the Nebra sky disk; it was discovered in Germany with two bronze swords, hatchets, a chisel, and details of spiral bracelets. Boldly, the disk image gave me chills; I noticed the Zalmoxis/Pleiades constellation and the two golden arches that, in my opinion, represent the Carpathian Mountains. As a result of my further studies, I concluded that the artifact was of Geto-Carpathian origin and symbolized Zamloxis and the Royal Dragons. Finally, there is an article you can reference by Dr. N. Săvescu, who touched on this subject. These days, religions are set up on the same grid as the Getae; those who follow the church traditions are practicing their ancient systems of worship now altered to serve their purpose for the timeline we live in today. In addition, Religion and its institutions evolved from Mythology, Thracian-Getae-Dacian origins; all of the Angels and deities that we speak about in various religious sects were conceptualized through the Zamolxian dimensions. However, all the star dimensions and interdimensional timelines that influence our reality on Earth must pass through the volume control of Zalmoxis. Similarly, Religions are interchangeable depending on the geographic locations the worshipers live in; there is a different version of God and prophets to suit the country's skin colour, Language, and temperature (Climate). Also, the consumption of food, beverages and functionality of the Human organism plays a significant role in the choice of Religion. As a result, the healthier the body, the more open and cleaner the Soul is to assimilate the religious or spiritual information. Moreover, collectively we don't reference these rituals we attend at church as Cults; now, we call them religions. For example, the practices during church services or religious holidays such as hymns or prayers are spiritual, Orthodox or Christian, but they are invocations from ancient cult rituals. In Basic terms, everything you are about to read in these typed manuscripts is still practiced today, originating from the old Getae tree of Zamolxis. Presently, we have an estimated five thousand distinct religions to fit the format of our current population; this is the highest ever on the Earth, with 80 percent being localized around Christianity, Buddhism, Islam, Hinduism and Judaism.
For a moment, let's look at Bulgaria because I will be referencing artifacts from this country. The Majority of Bulgarian historians and archeologists speak about Thracians, but please remember there were no borders like we have now; Ancient Europe was one Aryan-Getia state that unified Thracia with Dacia. Further, the Bulgarians have enjoyed great success with vast archeological projects funded by the Germans. However, if Romania received the same support, we would discover revolutionary breakthroughs regarding the world's Ancient Origins, leading to Sarmizegetusa. In my opinion, we can observe close to accurate documentation of Eden, the Terrestrial Paradise, from images located on Bulgarian artifacts. Example: The cosmic tree. These relics primarily show one snake pictured on the species Fig and Aryan-Thracian men holding a staff with a snake are also displayed. Further, through my interpretations, the single snake portrays the Original balance of Man in union with himself and God; two snakes represent the alchemy of masculinity into the Feminine God features. Subsequently, Greek philosophers adopted the secrets of Getae alchemy and mythology as the Rod of Asclepius associated with the Son of Apollo, the God of Healing and Rejuvenation. In addition, the Greeks believed healing can come into the physical body when the balances of masculine and feminine life forces are in Harmony. For example, the Rod of Caduceus (Hermes) and the olive branch with two snakes symbolized unity. Ultamilty these so-called Greek legends will take us into the roots of the mythos, priestesses and female worship, arising from the Danube, the black sea regions and into the mountains of Orăștie. However, before we venture into the world of priestesses, I would like to mention the geography during these ancient times. Several Historians have cited the region of Orastie as a winter climate with lush forests during the Thracian-Getae-Dacian timeline. Personally, this is not the case during my five-year study of ancient Romanian treasure and pictographs; there were no images of winter. Further, the Geto-Dacians did not build temples and Fortresses in regions of extensive forests because the trees hide potential invaders. Also, the ancients needed a clean sight path to chart the stars and monitor lunar and solar evolution. For example, in the Orastie region, the Getae-Dacians constructed their temples and fortresses on empty hilltops, not mountains and forests as we see now. Also, the water levels from the river were much higher and broader in the time of Getae, which provided ease of transportation for stone and various construction materials. In addition, if we observe the images in Trajan's forum and the Adamclisi monument, everyone is dressed in light attire. Likewise, the statues of the Getae in Rome are dressed in Mediterranean outfits with long hair, beards and headwear to protect them from the hot sun, not the cold climate. Yet, the Elegant white stonework, various metals and materials used to construct temples, and fortifications were not functional for winter environments. Even the extensive quantity of gold and silver the Geto-Dacian dressed in was not conducive to winter. Conclusively, Geto-Dacia and the surrounding borders had similar warm seasonal weather. The black sea region is historically documented as the Mediterranean; the Orastiei region is only 700 km away, and I don't think the temperatures drastically changed to winter.
As I mentioned earlier, there are symbols carved into stone plaques from the black sea region of Bulgaria, showing pictures of the serpent's Cosmic Tree. Now we will expand into the concept of the knights from the Danube who taught the trees esoteric knowledge. Some historians, philosophers and Theologist call these horsemen the Thracian Hero's. In addition, there are thousands of images with the symbology of the horse rider depicted beside alters, Goddesses, priestesses, trees and snakes. Even today, we see this cult alive in churches and monasteries with a more modern interpretation of angels and saints on horse-slaying snakes and Dragons. As I studied the Danube artifacts, I recalled my research in Spain. I walked the Camino de Santiago for two reasons, as a pilgrim and to locate the secrets and origins of the Knight's Templars. I encountered a Templar Monk and an original temple used by the knight's built-in alignment with the Pleiades during my trip to Spain. But now, I asked myself if it was a coincidence that I was investigating Danubian knights with a similar methodology to the Templars of Spain or did I just discover their origins in Romania.
Moreover, the Dragon or serpent-like creatures symbolized immortality and the Zamolxis; the devotees believed in life after death, and the Zalmoxis constellation was their concept of heaven. As I studied the images on Black sea plaques, I asked myself who the rider was, a man of human descent or one of the Gods the Thracians worshipped, such as angelic entities? Bendis was a heavenly messenger sent from the Cosmic tree to commune with the citizens of the Earth; she was the goddess of milking mothers, protectress of children, the forest, animals, and the bridge for celestial-terrestrial worlds. Further, The Cosmic tree is rooted in the constellation Zamolxis; its branches and leaves stretch downwards to our Earth, planting heavenly seeds. Each branch of the tree is a gateway guarded by a dragon/serpent that leads to a leaf; the leaves are gods and goddesses, the fruit is their wisdom. In addition, the Aryan-Thracian-Geto-Dacian Kings chose the most elevated deity on the tree to worship; in other words, the kings only consumed the highest fruit of knowledge. For example, the Thracian Gods, Apollo and Hermes, were highly valued. Thracian Legends speak about Apollo ascending to the heavens; his vehicle of choice was horses pulling a Chariot. However, once Apollo neared the Sun, the horses manifested into Doves or Swans and then into Stars when he passed the threshold of Zuse's Axis Mundi. Similarly, Hermes is often pictured with winged sandals; he could transport himself quickly between the mortal and the divine worlds, similar to Bendis and Apollo. Besides, Hermes existed as a part of the Cosmic Tree; his Caduceus was a gift from Apollo, which symbolizes immortality and healing, rooted in astronomy and alchemy. Ultamilty, through my study of the black sea plaques and drawing parallels from Thracian mythology, I concluded that the Horsemen were Gods living in the Mortal world. Also, I considered that the images on the plaques were Aryan or Thracian knights, religious icons that embodied into our present time as Saint George, Michael and Raphael.
The best source of Thracian cult Architecture comes from the region of Sveshtari in Bulgaria; the tomb encloses a unique decor that complements Egyptian worship of feminine divinity; in my opinion, it is a masterpiece showcasing the importance of priestess in Thracian-Geto-Dacian Societies. Inside the tomb, the 10 women are dressed in priestess robes depicted as pillars, which means they were the centre of the community and cult practices. In Greece, this style of architecture was associated with Artemis; In Rome as Diana and in Sveshtari the Thracian Bendis or Hekate, the Goddess of Magic and Mythology. However, I asked myself about the significance of 10 women. Was it architectural functionality that inspired this number or a more profound meaning? The biblical essence of the number 10 is referenced as completeness, divine order, God's authority and his natural law of creation on the Earth. Although Pythagoras regarded the 10 In mathematics as the most sacred number of all, he also believed in a Counter-Earth, a 10th planet, forever hidden from us by the Sun. Next, I examined the robes worn by the 10 women that flared outwards in a vortex-like pattern or single-coil Spiral. I furthered my research and discovered all over the world, the Spiral has deep spiritual significance, "the movement of creation," dating back from the neolithic era. Basically, the robes were used for the Sacred Spiral dance, a ceremonial ritual in which several people, in this situation, women, join together, forming a spiral that contracts and expands. Today, we see this dance practiced primarily with men called the 'Căluş,' a ritual dance of Geto-Dacian ancestry with origins in the pre-Christian rites of fertility and purification. Nevertheless, this dance is not exclusive to men; it is celebrated by women around Bulgaria and the Danube in Romania as the caluseri- fete. Finally, the Spiral is used in various forms of sorcery and Magic involving the Goddess; the Thracians re-tooled Magic and witchcraft passed down from hyperborean priestesses. Conclusively, the Danube and black regions of Geto-Thracia laid the foundations for several modern-day interpretations, such as the Golden Dawn system of Magic, the Qabbalah and Jewish mysticism.
Eventually, the Geto Thracian priestesses arrived in Dacia during the rule of Burebista; he was the Thracian King appointed to unite the Getae and Dacia, creating one of the most potent and successful unifications in world history. First, however, Burebista brought the Thracian oracles into Dacia to train the Dacian women in ceremonial practices; intuitively, Burebista required the security and military of Dacia to achieve this. The Orastiei Mountains were the perfect location to build a network of oracles and the astronomical centre of Sarmizegetusa. Accordingly, the Geto-Dacians constructed temples and fortresses into the hills on terrace-style plateaus. Then, the priestesses/oracles charted the stars at the temple locations, communed with deities, and performed their rituals. After completing Burebistas unified Kingdome, the Geto-Dacian priestesses extended out into Delphi, Egypt, and the Hellenistic worlds merging Apollo's origins and teachings into the Isis Mystery schools, the oracles of Delphi and the Shakti Cults of India. Ultimately, my independent research of the Goddess in Romania continued into Constanta and Mangalia. Again, the Black sea opened my eyes to a magnificent display of priestesses, mythology and tombs of Ancient women from high society. Boldly, I gave the name Valley of the Queens to Romania; similarly, its neighbour Bulgaria dubbed itself Valley of the Kings. Both countries rightly deserved these titles for their archeological contributions to Geto-Thracian culture, thus proving Bulgaria and Romania are some of the oldest civilizations in history. However, before Burebista and the Thracian-Geto-Dacian unification, the Dacian women lived among a society of warriors localized to lifestyles within their borders. As I studied the artifacts from Rome, I noticed that some of the Dacian women were dressed in robes and bonnets upon their heads, and others had their hair down and flowing. In my perception, the hair tied up in Bonnets showed she was in a relationship; this reserved woman lived within the villages, cared for the family and supported the warrior philosophies of her man. On the other hand, women with hair down showed they were single, open and potential Oracles. Obviously, the Thracian-Getae women entered into Dacia and greatly influenced the simple esthetics of the people. As a result, the chosen single Dacian woman turned Noble; she was initiated into Thracian priestess cults; wore gold, jewels and communed with deities. Finally, the Nobel Dacian women had a sense of Glamour and elegance around their worship of gods, goddesses and sex ceremonies; definitely, immersed in rituals revolving around a matriarch-influenced society.
One of the most important discoveries of Bee Goddess worship was found by treasure hunters in Lupu County, Alba. The artifacts were made from silver, almost a complete set of ceremonial decorations except for one disk missing. However, I observed ancient bee goddess worship and a pollination cult on the artifacts when I first examined the items. Further, the Silver Disks tell a unique story of how the Geto-Dacians extracted the honey and its ceremonial purposes. Of course, many historians ridiculed me, became angry, and even threatened my life over the bee goddess claims. As a result, I asked the historians and religious leaders to meet me halfway and reach a common ground. So, we agreed that images on the disks were of women in ceremonial outfits, and it was some type of ritual. Regardless, the phrase goddess or worship was a swear word or curse to the religious and academic scholars. Boldly, during my research in 2017, when I spoke about the women of Dacia, Priestess-Goddesses, Bendis-Amazonian, it was a death wish. But, things really became dangerous when I placed statues (decorations) of Cucuteni women on my home/education centre below Sarmizegetusa. Consequently, some of the archeologists from the university made phone calls to the commune's mayor to find ways to get rid of me. Also, the priests and monks came to my home and asked questions; then, their religious papers wrote articles about me with claims and accusations that were not acceptable. At one point, I was beaten by 5 men with broken ribs, bruised spleen and collar bone. On another occasion, the powder from uranium mineral was placed in my shoes; I became very ill with large burn holes on the bottom of my feet. I can't say these attacks were from sharing my research, but the episodes had a deeper meaning. Obviously, when an important discovery about a country's history comes to light, it can get hazardous; this is part of my job description. I have experienced these attacks many times in different parts of the world, so it's not just a Romanian problem. Let's continue with the bee goddess discovery. As mentioned earlier, the Silver disks were designed for ceremonial purposes; the costume tells the story of the ritual for future generations to follow. The outfits pictured are similar to the garments found on statues in the temples of Bulgaria. In addition, these disks show the Dacian women dressed in jewelry, wearing bracelets around their arms, possibly a serpent or dragon. Further, there are images of the priestesses wearing crowns or Tiaras that, in my opinion, resemble bee Antennas. Accordingly, large leaves from a plant representing Bee wings are attached to a harness system fastened to their back. Yet, this is not a new discovery of bee worship; ancient societies incorporated the bee into a way of life worldwide. A prime example was the Egyptians and Babylonians; several cults from these civilizations extracted the honey and mixed plants with hallucinogenic or mild poisons from snake venom to enhance communication with the Gods and goddesses. In addition, they wore elaborate outfits intended for Deity worship. Next, another clue from the Geto Dac silver disks presented itself to me. It appears the priestesses are holding some type of ancient smoking system to blow the vapour into the hives and move the bees out safely; similar devices are found on display in Greek museums. Further, a woman illustrated is holding a flask to collect the honey or drink the mixture, and the Riders on horseback are holding what appears to be a hive. Similarly, the rider's arm is raised in celebration or worship with a hand pointed towards the sky, a salute to the Sun, or a symbol of the Golden honey Nectar.
Moreover, there are snakes pictured on the disks; in my estimations, the images suggest snake venom was mixed into the honey, or the snake skins were used to make the protective outfits like the Riders head attire. Also, it appears that a bird is perched above the snake. But as I looked closer, the bird could represent a giant bee, and the detailing around its wings are the movements or vibrations emanating from the insect. Further, I have seen several ancient artifacts where the bees were extensive in size and similar details as those pictured on the Dacian silver disks. But the most significant discovery for me was the 8 circles vibrating above the priestess's head; it corresponds to the eight ornaments worn on their body for ceremonies. However, there is a deeper meaning to the number 8 and bee pollination. The bees communicate through a figure-eight dance in the hive that sends out vibrations indicating the distance to flower (pollen) and the angle of the Sun. Most of my study and perceptions about ancient Romania have come from experience and hands-on training in other parts of the world. As a result, I discovered a massive and essential piece of Romania's ancestors was missing; parallels needed to be drawn from other ancient civilizations I researched and lived in. Subsequently, after discovering the bee Goddess cults in the Museum of Alba Iulia and the Valley of the Queens in Tomis, I opened the papers I wrote from my study and expeditions in Egypt and Greece. Accordingly, The Bee has been a symbol of Feminine divinity since its medicinal discovery of the hive, honey, pollen, royal jelly and propolis. Furthermore, the Bee goddess rituals such as the Queen's worship are symbols of the Matriarch's presence; she was the Mother Goddess and Ruler of the hive, adored and revered by the priestesses. In present-day Romania, bee culture is still practiced through traditional clothing with embroidered Bee, decorative pottery and wood ornaments. Also, the Romanian beekeepers are very much involved in keeping their traditions alive; one day, I had a group of people from Britain visit me when I lived in the Village of Costesti. Boldly, the British were buying bees and queens from Romania to repopulate and re-pollenate their ecosystem. Conclusively, the Ancient Danube and the black sea regions were involved with Matriarch via worship philosophy and rituals. The Aryan women who loved the Goddess Bendis profoundly influenced the Thracian-Geto-Dacians. As a result, Bendis became the focal point for the Dacian women residing in the Orastiei Mountains. Archeological discoveries from Costesti, Piatra Rosie and Sarmizegetusa confirmed that the Goddess and Bendis were respected and held in high regard