The Sun Issuein Shamans
Shamanism, which dates back to the Stone Age and is based on the belief in the Sky God, is a belief system that shaped the Turkic Communities. The sun, which is highly respected in shamanism and Turkish cultures and is considered a 'life-giver'; engraved on stones with disc and spiral forms, it was often used in shamanic drums and clothing. Recently, 800-year-old spiral solar petroglyphs have been discovered on the cave walls only at the equinoxes. In Turkish culture, even the direction in which the sun rose was considered sacred, and the tent of the inn and the doors of the houses always faced east. In the meantime, let us state that the word Kün and Küneş is the oldest sun discourse that has survived to the present day.
Issue: Did you know that the Yin-Yang of Turkish culture is kün (sun) and moon? Darkness and light, feminine and masculine energy, good and evil... These are always polarity, always balance... In fact, shamans explain their existence with the mission of establishing a balance between heaven and earth. Always balance, always poles, always the same Issue. You get the idea. Or get it. It's not good without being bad, and it's bad without being good. Let the acceptance go.