Some Scientific Observations About Unnatural Symbols in the Folklore

Allambergenov Hamza Kamolovich


The article deals with the genesis of abnormal symbols in primitive and antiquity artifacts, their mythological content. Under the mythological content it is revealed that abnormal views and concepts are traditionally a phenomenon of art. Religious beliefs are based on unnatural symbols, while other people’s perceptions about the world are also related to these images. The commonality of the picture is that it draws closer together the literature and art, ensures the integrity of the artistic thought, and satisfies the literary-aesthetic needs of mankind. the mythical symbol represent a meaning for the works of both systems in the rocky period found in the territory of Uzbekistan and the early medieval rock and wall water will be provided on a regular basis. Unnaturalism, in our opinion, does not appear outside the mythological content. In general, all the symbols expressing the mythical content are abnormal. It also describes unnatural symbols or phenomena that people have accepted as realities, realities, or phenomena of their own time, but have been fabricated and fabricated by people about the terrible appearance of objects or animals, and that these phenomena have a general semantic nature in the Eastern literature and its synthesis Yajuj and Ma’juj images is proven by the source of these images is that it is the first artistic process to create an image of the original humanity, the way that human beings perceive the world in their own imagination has given rise to unnatural symbols or the preservation of mythical images. There are also observations about the psychological factors of the traditional abnormal symbols, and a description of the winged person in fine arts is illustrated by observations and analyzes that it is in harmony with the image of God in the ancient Turkic written monuments.

Keywords: myths, unnatural symbols, fairy tales, poems, religious, folklore, primitive thought, primitive synchretism, mythology, magic ritual, archetypal characters.

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