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Медовуха – русский  напиток, с времён языческих славян.

Благодаря меду, со своими естественными свойствами , этот напиток  был признан единственным  который может быть полезен в лечении болезней. Медовуха является национальным напитком для россиян, так как и виски для шотландцев, саке для  японцев и текила для мексиканцев.

Медовуха имеет на основе брожение меда, её называют “mied”  у германских народах  или “hidromed”  у латинских . More

Medovukha (Медовуха)


Medovukha – bautura cu specific rusesc, apare pe mesele slavilor pagani, inca din cele mai vechi timpuri.

Datorita mierii, cu proprietatille sale naturiste, aceasta bautura a fost considerata unica ce putea fi folositoare in tratarea bolilor. Medovuha e o bautura nationala pentru rusi, precum whisky pentru Scotia, sake pentru Japonia sau tequila pentru Mexic.

Medovukha, avand la baza mierea fermentata, e cunoscuta sub numele de mied la popoarele germanice sau hidromel la cele latine.

Cei mai vechi indoeuropeni considerau mierea drept un produs sacru. Obiectele gasite in sanctuare, incepand cu mil. 7-6 i.e.n, aveau reprezentate imagini in care se putea observa procesul de fermentare a mierii.

Indoeuropenii credeau ca in Lumea de Sus, in Ceruri, exista rauri de miere, iar bautura din miere era legata de imaginea “ploii de miere”, care curge pe pamant din raul celest. De aceea, bautura poarta ideea de “nemurire”. E bautura zeilor, nemuririi, cea care da intelepciune.

Aceasta bautura era raspandita si la germani, romani, greci, triburile baltice, vechii prusaci, celti, slavi si finlandezi, dar mai ales la stramosii nostrii traci.

La germanici, miedul era considerat drept un dar al zeilor pentru oameni din partea lui Odin (Wotan), Parintele Ceresc al oamenilor.

Tot la germanicii scandinavi, aceasta bautura era vazuta drept “apa vie”, care poate aduce la viata mortii.

La slavi, bautura din miere avea un caracter ritualic desavarsit, fiind dedicata zeilor.

Mierea nefermentata, la greci, purta numele de ambrozie si constituia hrana zeilor, mostenita de la titani si giganti.

In Rusia, bautura din miere avea numele de “miod” sau “medok”. Aceasta bautura se pregatea punand mierea la fermentat de la 5 la 20 ani in butoaie nesterilizate de stejar (arborele sfant al indoeuropenilor).

La triburile slave pagane, stejarul este arborele cel sfant al zeului Perun.

Incepand cu sec XI, se practica metoda fierberii, datorita careia bautura putea fi gata peste o luna; totusi mierea trebuia sa fie sterilizata prin fierbere.

In perioada medievala, in Rusia, bautura era folosita in ritualuri care serbau zilele de nasteri sau in sarbatorile de familie, ca semn de ospitalitate, fiind consumata inainte de masa.

In sec XV, aproape ca se sfarseste pregatirea bauturii, ce presupunea lasarea la fermentat timp de 5-20 ani si dispare ritualul folosirii bauturii inainte de masa.

In sec XVII, medovukha pregatita prin fierbere devine rara, deoarece ea a fost inlocuita cu vinul (venit pe filiera crestina, mai ales dupa tirania iudeo-crestina a lui Petru cel Mare).

Catre sec XIX, pregatirea prin fierbere a mierii renaste, iar odata cu ea, si miodul sub numele de “medovukha”.


3 l apa (1.5 l)

450-500 g miere naturala (200-250 g)

50 g drojdie ( 30 gr)

1. Puneti apa la incalzit pana la o temperatura de ce mult 80 de grade, adaugati miere si amestecati mereu pentru ca mierea sa nu se lipeasca de vas.

2. Nu lasati ca intreaga compozitie sa fiarba.

3. Luati spuma.

4. Raciti bautura pana la 30 grade,apoi adaugati drojdia.

5. Daca doriti, puteti adauga sucul unei jum de lamaii.

6. Lasati sticla la rece timp de o saptamana.

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La divinité suprême des Thraco-Daces

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La divinité suprême des Thraco-Daces – Sorin Paliga


Dialogues d’histoire ancienne, Année 1994, Volume 20, Numéro 2p. 137 – 150


Geto-Dacians “The most Brave and Fair Thracian tribe”

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More and more voices claiming to represent “history” of our multi-millennial nation, evokes an echo in what is increasingly felt and heard, that the Geto-Dacians were polygamist people, eating meat and the worst of all, were high consumers of alcohol.


To demonstrate once for all that the Geto-Dacian, Germanic, Celtic and Baltic people, like other Thracian tribes, were not consumers of alcohol, just because they diddnt knew any alcoholic beverage outside of “The Drink of Gods” “called mead (Hydromel in French, in Spanish Hidromiel, Idromele in Italian, hydromel in Portuguese, English Mead, miód in Russian, Polish, Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, Med in Ukrainian, German Met, Medovina in ceho-Slovak, Serbo-Croatian and Slovenia-ur Ezti in Basque, Sima in Finnish, Hydromeli in classical Latin, Midus in Latvian) we will quote an important historical source of the I century AD.


Valkyrie Bearing a Drinking Horn


Ninth-century picture stone from the island of Gotland, Sweden. A valkyrie with a drinking-horn greets Odin as he arrives at Valhalla astride Sleipnir, his eight-legged horse, on which he will fight at Ragnarok.

The most important evidence we find in “Geography” of Strabon, specifically in the Book VII of Chapter III:

“[…] Greeks considered that Getae were a Thracian tribe. They lived on both banks of Danube, I mean both Getae and Mysians as well. Mysians were Thracians too but in present time, their name is Moesians; the origins of Mysians are from Moesians, which live among Lydians, Phrygians and Trojans.

Phrygians themselves are Bryges (Briges), a Thracian tribe, like Mygdones, Bebrycians, Bithyni, Thyni and maybe Mariandynii too.

All of them left quick Europe, but Mysians remained on place together with the other Thracians.

My opinion is that Poseidonios correctly assumed that Homer designates with this name, Mysians, in Europe (I mean those from Thrace) when he says:

His eyes light ii returned back to see

The Country of Thracians populated by those who curb sirepii,

And Mysians who fight each other from close distance. […]

Poseidonios says that Mysians are out of meat products from a particular religious faith, just because they don’t grow animals. They feed with honey, milk and cheese, living alone, as they are called pious men from gods and capnobates.


There are Thracians which live without girls, they are called Founders. They are considered saints, because of their honor and live without fear. Poet Homer called them “holy milkers of mare, which drink milk, without life w and the most correct people”. They are nicknamed “without life” especially because they live without girls, Homer himself say about widowhood that is only a half life as he called the house of Protesilaos “half” just because he was a widow man.

Mysians are called “fighters from closer distance” because they are undefeated and excellent warriors. In the book of the XIII chapter (the Iliad) it must be writen “Moesians, fighters from closer distance” instead of Mysians (claim Poseidonios) .

But certainly, it is foolhardy to change the text of Homer, considered good across so many years. Indeed, it’s much more believable that they were appointed from the beginning Mysians and now they changed the name in Moesians. The epithet “without life” could be rather in the sense of “widow” than the “unfeeder” or “with houses on carts. […]

And the practice of Pythagoras which say to abstain from meat, remained for them as a dictation from Zamolxis. […]

About the information that tell us that:

“Shortly Deceneu himself was considered as a God, as I said when I talked about Zamolxis. And in a sign of obedience, Getae people were convinced to cut vine and to live without wine […]” we cant specify the exact location for these “Getae” as we dont know if the text make reference to Tarabostes or Comati.


Taraboste (Dacian nobleman)

Probably a part of Geto-Dacian nobility go negative way, but just because of dirty Greek and Roman influence, or perhaps just because the Geto-Dacians who remained in the fortresses on the Black Sea to administer the territories conquered by the emperor Burebista began this shameful practice, a humiliating practice for the northern tribes of Thracians.


Dacian Comatus (Capillat)

I’d like to mention that the Odrysians and other southern Thracian tribes, drink wine and take various hallucinogens substances such as magic mushrooms, hemp (weed, cannabis), or even oriental opioids.

All these facts came later, due to influence of Greek and later the Roman influence, and various mythraic influences from Orient.

Therefore, the Geto-Dacians and Moesians, Carpiani and Costobocii, and all the “barbarian” tribes from the north of Danube, diddnt consume alcohol, but only mead as all “barbarians” from North. These Tendencious statements released against our ancestors are just some attacks which have a single intention: degeneration of our great and divine ancestors, the Geto-Dacians, “The most brave and fair Thracian tribe” !


Thracian warrior

Our polygam enemies, large consumers of alcohol and drugs, seem to be envious on our ancestors and their sacred lives, as well about their divine origin.



Article written by Kogaion