Shamanism based on the belief in Tengri, which dates to the Stone Age is a religious cult that shapes Turkish Communities. The sun, which is highly respected in shamanism and Turkish cultures and considered as the 'life-giving' was engraved on stones with disc and spiral forms and was frequently used in shaman drums and clothes. Recently, 800-year-old spiral solar petroglyphs have been discovered on cave walls, where the sun shines on them only during equinoxes. In Turkish culture, even the direction where the sun rises is considered sacred, therefore the inn tents and the doors of the houses always face east. In the meantime, let us also mention that the word Kün and Küneş is the oldest sun discourse that has remained to the present day.
It is a Matter of…
Did you know that the Yin-Yang of Turkish culture is kün (sun) and moon? Dark and light, feminine and masculine energy, good and evil… These are all polarity, all balance… After all, Shamans explain their existence with the mission of establishing a balance between earth and sky. Always balance, always poles, always the same matters of living. You got it. Or get it now. There is no good without evil, and evil without good. Accept it and live with it.