Since I first wrote about the Changing of the World Symbol in 2012 several examples have been sent from friends around the world. Ancient civilizations built similar megalithic constructs all over the world in the far distant past.Therefore the same language appears in these ancient glyphs, on ceremonial objects, on calendars and in art forms. Language experts refer to the American examples as Pre-Classical Sanskrit.
The Germanic Futhark Dagaz rune is based on a much older Changing of the World Symbol. "Dagaz, the last rune of Futhark means literally "Day". The esoteric meaning of the Dagaz rune symbolizes the fulfillment and achievement. Dagaz is the rune of the awakening, of dawn and of the day rise. The rebirth in the Light. Dagaz also symbolizes the fulfillment at the end of the initiatory path." (Wiki) It all fits together.
Several of the symbols of this ancient language referred to as the Star Nation Language are carved in and painted on granite and limestone walls here in Montana, in the USA. Changing of the World Symbol is an hourglass configuration that represents a wormhole/torus/tunnel between dimensions in time and space. This symbol is found throughout the ancient world and more recently discovered in crop circles and cymatic symbols. Changing of the World Symbol is a hypothetical topological feature that would fundamentally be a shortcut through space/time. A wormhole is much like a tunnel with two ends, each in separate points in space/time.
The Changing of the World Symbol is drawn in the sand over and over as the stories of the Ancient Ancestors are told. This symbol designates the end of one World and the beginning of the next. If the top cross bar is missing that world has not manifested yet according to my teacher, Leon Secatero, former Navajo Headman.
Herr Schildmann was the President of the Society of German Linguists. He was the first to decipher the Indus Valley texts which are mainly written in phonetic archaic or proto-Sanskrit. Since 1987 he has consistently claimed that the even more fascinating Burrow Caves (Illinois, USA) texts are also Proto-Sanskrit.