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Ancient Signs

The Alphabet & the Origins of Writing

My new print & ebook
shows that modern alphabets are based on ancient alphabets rooted in syllabic scripts of the ancient world (Sumer, Egypt, Iran, Anatolia, Crete, Cyprus)

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At the forefront of developments in linguistics
is the steady forward march of "Nostratic",
defined by Aaron Dolgopolsky as
"a hypothetical macro-family of languages,
embracing Indo-European, Afro-Asiatic,
Kartvelian, Uralic, Altaic and Dravidian."
The hypothesis is based on a
"large number of common roots and
many common graphical morphemes...."

The Encyclopaedia of Language and Linguistics,
vol. 5, p. 2838, Oxford, N.Y. Seoul, Tokyo: Pergamon Press),
quoted in the Great Nostratic Debate
between Allan R. Bomhard and Alexis Manaster Ramer.

The Nostratic language hypothesis
of a single language origin
correlates to a large degree
with modern human migration theories
as confirmed by genetic DNA analysis.

See the following link
for some details about Nostratic:

Pharaonic Egyptian
Relation to Nostratic
and (proto-) Indo-European

  See also my book
Ancient Signs

(click that link)

on the origins of writing,
which appears traceable
to early syllabic script.

there is an increasing recognition
that many of the languages of the world
are related
and that
- subsequently -
many of the cultures of the ancient world
are thus also related in origin.

This is a tremendous blow
to the unfounded elitism and insularity
sometimes found in mainstream linguistics,
Egyptology, Ancient Near East studies,
Sumerology and Archaeology.

These academic disciplines
have lived and profited well
over the centuries
by continuously and effectively
isolating their own areas of research
and intentionally hampering progress.

The Maya glyph decipherment scandal
is one example of the general trend.
Outsider Juri Knorosow was right all along
and the smug mainstream scholars
were totally wrong
because the refused to budge
from entrenched, inert points of view.


The second revolution
is taking place
in the assessment of ancient cultures
by the physical and related sciences.

Since the inception of writing
in the Western world,
the study of ancient cultures
has primarily been the exclusive domain
of the humanities
 who have done excellent work,
but who have historically refused
to properly take the evidence
of the physical sciences into account
to check their own work
especially since the physical sciences
often have provided results
contrary to peer publications
in scholarly journals who ar publishing merely
what turns out to be
scholarly academic opinion.


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