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Nikolay Nikolaev Todorov

Native name:

Николай Николаев Тодоров

Born

7 March 1957
Moldova ( Ukraine )

Occupation

Teacher, philologist, doctor (PhD)

Nationality

Bulgarian

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Nikolay Nikolaev Todorov (Ph.D.)

( Bulgarian; Николай Николаев Тодоров) (born March 7, 1957) is a Bulgarian doctor at the University of Sofia. He graduated from Slavic Philology at the Moscow State University "Mihail Lomonosov". He is a historian and one of the founders of the Autochthon theory of the origin of the Bulgarian people together with professor Gancho Tsenov[1], professor Georgi Sotirov, professor Asen Chilingirov and professor Yordan Tabov. . In his book "Gods and Books" he describes the only proper decryption of the Thracian language inscription on the ancient ring found near Ezerovo-(Plovdiv province)..He was invited by the Bulgarian Army to work on cryptology projects. Todorov worked with the world famous British archaeologist Sir Colin Renfrew.[2]

Career

  • July 2011 to August 2018- interpreter with Bulgarian, Rumanian, Russian, Sеrbian, German, English, Latin, Greek, Hebrew.
  • September 2006 to June 2011- Teacher in Bulgarian language and Bulgarian civilization at "" Bulgarian theoretical lyceum Bucharest,Romania
  • September 2004 to July 2005 - Ph.D. Doctorant at the University of Vienna
  • September 1998 to June 2002 , Izmail, Ukraine Regional Department of Education, Delegated professor of methodology in Bulgaria.
  • September 1995 – to June 1997 - Chief Expert of International Department at Gabrovo University, Republic of Bulgaria
  • October 1991 to to March 1994 - Researcher at the Moldavian Academy of Sciences Department of Bulgarian Studies" Scientific study of language and ethnography of the Bulgarians in Moldova
  • July 1988 to June 1991- Lecturer in Bulgarian language Department of General Linguistics and Bulgarian State Pedagogical University, Izmail, Ukraine

Selected works

List of works

За езика на буджакските българи. Родна реч, 1989, №3 ( For the language of Budzhaki Bulgarians. Homeland speech, 1989, #. 3)

За фонологичната стойност на палатализацията и “й” в съвременния български език. В: Български език и литература, бр.3, 1990 г,

( About the Phonological Value of Palatalization and "Y" in the Modern Bulgarian Language. In: Bulgarian Language and Literature, issue # 3, 1990)

Роден език (учебник по роден език за бесарабски българи), Кишинев, изд-во „Лумина“ (Просвета), 1993 г.

( Native language (native language textbook for Bessarabian Bulgarians), Kishinau, Lumina (Prosveta), 1993)

Опыт фонетической модели синхронного описания болгарской диалектной речи. В:Проблемы языка, истории и культуры болгарской диаспоры в Молдове и на Украине, Кишинев, Щиинца (Наука),1993 г.

( Choose the phonetic models synchronously described in the Bulgarian dialects. In: Проблемы языка, истории и культуры болгарской диаспоры in Moldavia and Ukraine, Chisinau, Shtiinza (Science), 1993)

Българско-руски и руско-български учебен речник.Кишинев, 1994 г. ( Bulgarian-Russian and Russian-Bulgarian training dictionary. Kishinev, 1994)

Сравнителен българско-руски и руско-български речник. София, 1995 г. ( Comparative Bulgarian-Russian and Russian-Bulgarian vocabulary. Sofia, 1995)

Помагало по роден език (за българи от Украйна и Молдова). София, 1996 г. ( A native language (for Bulgarians from Ukraine and Moldova). Sofia, 1996.)

Родноезиковото обучение в районите с компактното българско население в Украйна и Молдова. ( Language education in the regions with the compact Bulgarian population in Ukraine and .)

В: Българите в Северното Причерноморие. Изследвания и материали, т. VІ, 1997, Велико Търново. ( The Bulgarians in the Northern Black Sea Coast. Research and Materials, Vol. VI, 1997, .)

“Архаичният” надпис на “Големия каменен кръст” (в съавторство ). Йордан Табов, Николай Тодоров, Старобългаристика / Paleobulgarica, 2006, бр. 3( The "archaic" inscription of "The Great Stone Cross" (in co-authorship). prof. Yordan Tabov, Nikolay Todorov, Old Bulgarian / Paleobulgarica, 2006, #. 3)

Йордан Табов (София, България), Николай Тодоров ( Букурещ, Румъния), Кръст с влашки надпис на жупън Констандин, Старобългаристика/Paleobulgarica, 2007, бр. 2 ( Yordan Tabov /Sofia, Bulgaria), (Nikolay Todorov /Bucharest, Romania), Cross with a Wallachian inscription of Constanta, Paleobulgarica, 2007, #. 2)

Българският именник в стара и нова Европа, издателство Тангра Танакра, София, 2008 ( The Bulgarian Names in An Old and New Europe , Tangra Tanakra Publishing House, Sofia, 2008)

За бог Зевс — бог Живе, Орфей, пръстена от Езерово и античната българска литература, наричана "тракийска". В: Сборник материали на Първата национална конференция "Историческо наследство на Стара Загора, Тракия и Балканите", Стара Загора, 2014 г., а също и в сайта „От извора“ www.otizvora.com/files2016/nt-bogove-i-knigi.pdf ( Zeus- God Zhive, Orpheus, the ring of Ezerovo and ancient Bulgarian literature, called "Thracian". In: Collection of materials at the First National Conference "Historical Heritage of Stara Zagora, Thrace and the Balkans", , 2014, as well as in the site "From the Source"

Траки, или Драги? (историко-лингвистичен анализ на етнонима Траки). ". В: Сборник материали на Първата национална конференция "Историческо наследство на СтараЗагора, Тракия и Балканите", Стара Загора, 2015 г., ( Thracians, or Dragi? ,(historical-linguistic analysis of the ethnonym ). In: Collection of materials at the First National Conference "Historical Heritage of Stara Zagora, Thrace and the Balkans", Stara Zagora, 2015, .)

Някои споменавания на топонима „Загора“ и етнонима „Загорци“ („Загори“) във Вехтия Завет и в антични писмени източници (принос за географската локализация на Стара Велика България) В: Сборник материали на Първата национална конференция "Историческо наследство на Стара ыЗагора, Тракия и Балканите", Стара Загора, 2016 г., а също и в сайта „От извора“ : ( Some references to the Zagora toponym and Zagorzi (Zagori) in the Old Testament and in ancient written sources (contribution to the geographic location of Old Great Bulgaria). In: Collection of materials at the First National Conference "Historical Heritage of Stara Zagora, Thrace and the Balkans", Stara Zagora, 2016 and also in the site "From the Source": / 9326)

Балканската прародина на племето българи. В: Сборник материали на Първата национална конференция "Историческо наследство на Стара Загора, Тракия и Балканите", Стара Загора, 2018 г., ( Balkan priesthood of the Bulgarian tribe. In: Collection of materials at the First National Conference " Historical Heritage of Stara Zagora, Thrace and the Balkans", Stara Zagora, 2018,)

Българите в Южна Молдова. Oчерк за тяхната етнокултурна идентичност от преселването да края на ХХ век, Тракия, Тракийски държавен университет „Григорий Цамблак“, 2018 г.( The Bulgarians in Southern Moldova (an outline of their ethno-cultural identity since the end of the twentieth century), Trakia, Trakiyski State University "Grigoriy Tsamblak", 2018.)

Life

Todorov was born in 1957 into a family of descendants of migrant refugees from the Yambol . His father's family is from the Avlalii (today Palauzovo) and his mother's family is from the village of Devletagach, (Ukraine). From an early age, he decided to go to study philology at Moscow University. His teachers were the Bulgarian and Slavic Prof. Nikita Tolstoy (great-grandson of Leo Tolstoy), Prof. Samuil Bernstein, Prof. Miroslav Yanakiev, Prof. Todor Boyadzhiev and others. As a student, he participated in dialectical and ethnographic expeditions in his native country, in Southern Moldova and Ukraine and several times by the Department of Slavic Philology at the Moscow University. He is also interested in sociological and experimental study and defends his diploma thesis on the subject "Phonetics and Phonology of the Bulgarian dialect speech" during which he criticized the Moscow School, but supported by his supervisor, Professor Bernstein.

He graduated from the university in 1983 and decided to return to Bessarabia, where he devote himself to teaching native language. In 1986, he became a teacher of Bulgarian language in the village of Tvarditsa, Republic of Moldova. In 1988, he is invited to become a language teacher at the Izmail (Ukraine) and in 1989, he became a research fellow at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. In 1990, he led the laboratory at the National Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology in Moldova, where he published a number of textbooks and dictionary courses for native language. In 1991, he became the editor of the newspaper, published in the Bulgarian language ( Homeland speech , Еditor in chief — the poet Niko Stoyanov).

Also, Todorov becomes the initiator for convening the Congress of the Bulgarians in the USSR in the city of Bolgrad. Irrespective of and democratic changes, local authorities are dissatisfied with the activity of Todorov, and he is abridged on the accusation of Bulgarian nationalism. In Bolgrad, Todorov heads the Bulgarian organization St. Cyril and Methodius in the former Soviet Union In 1995, he is forced to leave Bessarabia and relocate to Bulgaria in Gabrovo, where he worked as a chief expert in international relations at the Training and Qualification Center for Bulgarians Abroad. He is involved as a member of the IMRO, which is why he became unwanted at the University and is forced to leave. In 1998, he is sent by the Ministry of Education and Culture as an authorized teacher for the teaching of Bulgarian language in the town of Izmail.

At the same year he defended a /Ph.D./ dissertation in Sofia and left for Vienna. There he enrolled a /Ph.D./ in philosophy at the University of Vienna, where he wrote the book "The Bulgarian Name-book in Old and New Europe". His postgraduate status allowed him to study at Austrian libraries, where he had the opportunity to use original historical sources. Todorov became acquainted with the works of Dr. Gancho Tsenov who was then almost unknown in Bulgaria.

In 2006, he found followers in Sofia and participated in public seminars on the subject, where he published his book in Sofia. Later Todorov worked as lecturer at Bucharest university "Hristo Botev". Dr. Todorov, published a number of articles in science journals, and also participated in several Bulgarian TV shows, in which he talk for idea of Autochthon theory of the Bulgarian people. In 2014 Dr. Nikolai Todorov participate in the second and third conferences "Historical Heritage of Stara Zagora, Thrace and the Balkans".

In TV Skat .

Ограбената история на българите

Ограбената история на българите

Research activity

The recent scientific activities of professor Todorov and others are related to important discoveries, about the Autochthon theory of the origin of Bulgarian people. Analyzing the origin and meaning of the name Zeus, they concludes that under this name lies the name of the ancient Slav-Bulgarian deity, Livе and Life. No more less is the meaning of the decode on the golden ring of , dated by the archaeologist Bogdan Filov as (5th-century B.C.). Thus, Dr. Todorov confirms the thesis of the direct genetic link between the Thracians — Bulgarians, as the inscription is in Bulgarian. The etymological analysis of the variants of the Thracian ethnographer leads to the conclusion that the Thracian variant is a Greek-Latin distortion of the ancient ethnonym Draghi. The detailed examination of the geographic context of the Zagorci / Zagori ethnonym and the Zagori, which occurs before Herodotus, show that this Slav-Bulgarian / choronim, which is found in the neighborhood of such chronomies "Caucasus", "Arabia", "Ponta" Asia Minor "in real Balkan State. From this, respectively, the upper chronims are Balkan districts, and have nothing to do with the territories nowadays accepted to be called by these names. The question arises about the geographic location of Stara Velika Bulgaria ( Old Great Bulgaria ), which, according to the evidence, was on the territory of today's - northwest Greece. The same subject, somewhat more detailed, was also addressed in his latest book, with an eloquent name: "The Balkan state of the Bulgari tribe". At present, professor Todorov prepares a collection of his scientific papers and reports on the same topic, which became the main topic of his scientific research in history. The contemporary sources allow to overcome the artificial silence and ignorance of the aforementioned important discoveries by the philologist Todorov as they provide direct access to the mass reader, interested in the true origin of the Bulgarian people.

The Ring of Ezerovo

/The Ring of Ezerovo, found in 1912 by two local villagers./photo in WIKIPEDIA /

The ring of Ezerovo is dated with the 5th century B.C. The ring contains 18 contemporary Bulgarian language words according to professor Nikolai Todorov. There were other who tried to decrypt the inscription of the ring , but none of them were successful as professor Todorov. He proved that there is a direct and undisputable link of the ancient tribe Traki (Thrace) with the contemporary Bulgarians in his book Gods and Books. Almost all words correspond to words in other Slavic languages like Serbian, Polish, Russian. These ancient Bulgarians ( Thracians) not only lived on the Balkan peninsula centuries, but also used a script which is nowadays wrongly and this was supported by the ancient author Diodor. The above stated is borrowed by the analysis of the archeological trips that Sir Colin Renfrew conducted in the area and desrcribed in his book "Archaeology and Language: The puzzle of Indo-European origins" .

The inscription on the ring is decrypted as follows

Rolisten, I your wife am flying from joy towards you and you lay down next to me in that sunny day.

or in Cyrillic :

Rolistene as nerenea ti ltea nusko drazhe a do mean ti lezhi p ta mi uera zhulta.

References

  1. ^Цочо В. Билярски, д-р Ганчо Ценов за народността на българите
  2. ^https://tr.bivol.bg/view.php?guid=FF794B06593F43D1771350679F04DD294A99DBC791524EAA2008E58D98FDBC66
  3. ^ https://belokk.wordpress.com/Цели-книгз/
  4. ^ https://www.kvantov-prehod.org/article/889/за-бог-зевс-бог-живе-орфей-пръстена-от-езерово-и-античната-българска-книжнина-част-7

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