Archeological sites close to village Osinchani-Skopje
organisation symbolises the constellation "Sagittarius" and it`s got elements of an emphasised cosmography, i.e. a space organisation of the type of concentric circles with a centre circle with a diametre of 3.5 m (picture 8). In the vicinity of the middle temple exists an accumulated heap of ruined black cliffs (picture 9) hence the name of the mountain Tsrna Loma (Black Ruin). Close by to the three temples (upper, middle and lower one) at least 27 on the grave rocks are registered as well as cliffs with solar, astrological or cosmographic symbols together with written signs of the prehistoric Macedonian phonetic alphabet and in the ancient Macedonian language. Itís contents is diverse, the written material is relatively disciplined and the texts are mostly written from the right hand side going to the left and from top to bottom or combined.
Bearing in mind that the "Dolmeni" in western Europe were erected between III and II millennium B.C. while the first megalithic monuments in Bulgaria that is the ones on the mountain Sakar in the eastern Rodopes, the Bulgarian scientists attach them to the appearance of the Thracian (1.900 - 900 years B.C.), knowing that the Mesolithic and early Neolithic culture at the Lepenski Vir are dated at 7.000 to 5.500 B.C. we come to a possible absolute chronology for the signs from Osinchani from 7.000 to 1.000 B.C. A more thorough detailed dating of the inscriptions from Osinchani and other elements of the material culture should result from the appropriate scientific research done on them and that separately refers to the indication of the existence of preceramic suburbs. By the way still keeping in mind the fact that at the locality "Tserye" close to the neighbouring village Govrlevo inscriptions are found of cosmography on a ceramic seal from 6.000 B.C. (P. 5) and on a bronze seal 1.500 B.C. (P. 6) a certain insight is imposed, that part of the inscription and cosmography from Osinchani originates from the end of the Mesolithic and early Neolithic (7.000 - 6.000 B.C.) that includes those more monumental cliffs and certain monuments, while on the grave monuments and certain chronicles where Thracian are mentioned including some of the megalithic structures probably originate from 1900 - 900 B.C. period unless the C14 dating shows any different results.
Among the older inscriptions from Osinchani is the pre Vedic on the grave monument (P. 4) made on a rock with an irregular shape and an aproximate gabarith: 2.0 x 1.20 m with separate denivelated surfaces and a clear cosmogonic, cosmonomic mythical semantics with pre Vedic presentation of the trinity on the levels of the Vedic Pantheon (Heaven, Earthly and Underground gods), where on a separately formed groundbase composition and well carved slanted surface of the stone the following prehistoric Macedonian text is engraved:
" ("KRESKAY SE SI VO LET SAL SO ILYU"), " " (" KRESKAY SE SI VO LET SAMO SO SONTSETO") which in English means "Crackle you are in flight only (solely) with the sun" and it has the following connotations "" ("Crackle you! You are in flight only (solely) with the sun") or " " ("Crackle everything, you are in flight only (solely) with the sun!").
To argue in favour of our claim that in the Balkan and in the Danube countries existed a prehistoric population that today could be identified under the term of pre Slav population we should also take into consideration the so called prehistoric seals that up till now have been collected by the Hungarian academic Janos Makay. These are 311collected and published prehistoric ceramic and clay seals from the Alps to the Ural and from Hungary to Peleponeas on which Vedic mithological symbols are registered and which suits the culture of the cult to the sun and cosmos. On some seals there is a ligature saying "Aum" or inscriptions with signs of the so called secret Macedonian alphabet while there is also some ceramic seals with prehistoric text written on the ancient Macedonian alphabet and in the ancient Macedonian language.