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I received this list from the same source as the link I posted earlier in the same thread. It was originally published in a comparative study called "The Ayar-Incas" by Miles Poindexter. I have also run into the same list in Gene Matlock's works.
It struck me as genuine because I know Sanskrit, and can attest to the accuracy of the Sanskrit portion. Languages evolve and change over time, especially thousands of years, and words are often recycled with new meanings (for example, imagine the difference in interpretation in the statement "He is gay" between the 18th and 21st centuries, a mere 300 years.)

It is a common misconception that Sanskrit is a dead language - traditional professions in India still use it as their lingua franca.

Here is the link again - This list is about 3/5th down from the top in the page: [www.atributetohinduism.com]

Hope that answers your question.

Thanks,

Deep



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Were the AE inspired by Sacred Vedic Architecture - more than 5,000 years old 419 Curious 14-May-05 11:08
Re: Were the AE inspired by Sacred Vedic Architecture - more than 5,000 years ol 198 Houcad 14-May-05 18:25
correction 158 Houcad 14-May-05 18:33
Re: correction 266 Curious 15-May-05 10:53
Maya culture in Central America 199 coralsea 14-May-05 18:47
Re: Maya culture in Central America 284 Deep1 15-May-05 06:27
Re: Maya culture in Central America 232 Curious 15-May-05 11:15
Re: Maya culture in Central America 259 Curious 15-May-05 11:03
Kick-the-Can games and Queen MU 240 coralsea 15-May-05 13:44
Re: Were the AE inspired by Sacred Vedic Architecture - more than 5,000 years old 200 Madonna 14-May-05 19:27
Re: Were the AE inspired by Sacred Vedic Architecture - more than 5,000 years old 211 Curious 15-May-05 11:38
Linguistic Similarities 281 Deep1 15-May-05 20:21
Re: Linguistic Similarities 175 Katherine 15-May-05 23:21
Re: Linguistic Similarities 246 Deep1 16-May-05 00:20
Re: Linguistic Similarities 185 Katherine 16-May-05 04:16
Linguistic Similarities 2 173 coralsea 16-May-05 12:00
Re: Linguistic Similarities 2 195 Katherine 16-May-05 16:07
the three eyed goddess 223 coralsea 16-May-05 16:37
Re: the three eyed goddess 161 Katherine 16-May-05 20:46
Re: the three eyed goddess 215 Michael Hayes 16-May-05 21:52
What did you think? M & K et al 163 coralsea 16-May-05 23:45
Research & the Canadian Response 229 coralsea 17-May-05 00:41
Re: Research & the Canadian Response 180 Joyeuse 17-May-05 01:59
The three eyed goddess {interested?} 197 coralsea 17-May-05 02:14
grizzly bears 234 coralsea 17-May-05 02:40
The 3-Eyed Goddess 238 Deep1 17-May-05 02:10
The 3-Eyed Goddess started in AE 188 coralsea 17-May-05 02:30
Re: The 3-Eyed Goddess started in AE 234 Deep1 17-May-05 02:51
Re: The 3-Eyed Goddess started in AE 161 coralsea 17-May-05 03:18
Re: The 3-Eyed Goddess started in AE 219 Deep1 17-May-05 03:30
threads and there are threads 200 coralsea 17-May-05 03:48
Re: threads and there are threads 233 Deep1 17-May-05 03:55
Re: The 3-Eyed Goddess started in AE 231 Houcad 17-May-05 03:20
Adrian Gilbert and Maurice Cotterell 206 coralsea 17-May-05 03:34
Re: Adrian Gilbert and Maurice Cotterell 182 Houcad 17-May-05 04:01
Maurice Cotterell for author of the month? 195 Houcad 17-May-05 15:56
Re: Linguistic Similarities 210 Katherine 17-May-05 01:11
Re: Linguistic Similarities 219 Deep1 17-May-05 01:54
Re: Linguistic Similarities 225 Katherine 17-May-05 16:43
No indigenous legends to fit Nasca 201 coralsea 17-May-05 21:23
Re: No indigenous legends to fit Nasca 186 Katherine 18-May-05 07:36
There are no indigenous legends to fit Nasca 184 coralsea 18-May-05 14:54
The Nascan monkey is a flying Lemur {Kat} 201 coralsea 18-May-05 15:35
References and research 212 Katherine 18-May-05 22:20
Soil doesn't support anything but plants and trees 240 coralsea 18-May-05 23:12
Jim Bowles? 194 Katherine 19-May-05 02:45
Re: Jim Bowles? 174 Houcad 19-May-05 03:53
Re: References and research 243 Deep1 19-May-05 01:05
Re: References and research 196 Katherine 19-May-05 02:38
The Nascan "spider" is a lotus 218 coralsea 18-May-05 23:56
Re: The Nascan "spider" is a lotus 193 Katherine 19-May-05 02:42
spiders don't have propagation tendrils 188 coralsea 19-May-05 10:38
they don't? 184 Katherine 19-May-05 16:49
Re: they don't? 191 Michael Hayes 19-May-05 20:36
Re: Linguistic Similarities 241 Deep1 18-May-05 01:15
Goddesses & Linguistic Similarities 218 coralsea 17-May-05 02:03
Re: Goddesses & Linguistic Similarities 221 Michael Hayes 17-May-05 10:05
Both Nasca and the AE were inspired 241 coralsea 14-May-05 20:56
Re: Both Nasca and the AE were inspired 213 Curious 15-May-05 12:08
Re: Were the AE inspired by Sacred Vedic Architecture - more than 5,000 years old 205 David L 15-May-05 05:17
Re: Were the AE inspired by Sacred Vedic Architecture - more than 5,000 years ol 216 HarryWJYoung 15-May-05 09:36
Re: Were the AE inspired by Sacred Vedic Architecture - more than 5,000 years ol 197 David L 15-May-05 17:33
Atlantis to Egypt to India in that order 185 coralsea 15-May-05 17:54
Re: Atlantis to Egypt to India in that order 207 David L 15-May-05 18:36
Maya Moo .. Plato Atlantis 204 coralsea 15-May-05 19:13
Re: Maya Moo .. Plato Atlantis 235 David L 15-May-05 23:02
Maya Mu .. Plato Atlantis 262 coralsea 16-May-05 00:57
Re: Maya Mu .. Plato Atlantis 200 David L 16-May-05 05:57
Re: Maya Mu .. Plato Atlantis 213 HarryWJYoung 16-May-05 08:05
Re: Maya Mu .. Plato Atlantis 163 David L 16-May-05 14:52
Plato Atlantis 183 coralsea 16-May-05 12:19
Re: Plato Atlantis 209 David L 16-May-05 14:53
Re: Plato Atlantis 196 HarryWJYoung 16-May-05 16:02
Re: Plato Atlantis 181 David L 16-May-05 19:19
Re: Plato Atlantis 181 HarryWJYoung 16-May-05 20:06
Re: Plato Atlantis 187 David L 16-May-05 21:37
Re: Plato Atlantis 207 HarryWJYoung 18-May-05 00:16
Re: Plato Atlantis 198 David L 18-May-05 03:40
Re: Were the AE inspired by Sacred Vedic Architecture - more than 5,000 years ol 207 HarryWJYoung 16-May-05 12:28
centres or sources scattered around the world 178 coralsea 16-May-05 13:23
Re: Were the AE inspired by Sacred Vedic Architecture - more than 5,000 years ol 231 David L 16-May-05 14:39
Re: Were the AE inspired by Sacred Vedic Architecture - more than 5,000 years ol 178 Michael Hayes 16-May-05 20:05
Re: Were the AE inspired by Sacred Vedic Architecture - more than 5,000 years ol 196 David L 16-May-05 23:02
Re: Were the AE inspired by Sacred Vedic Architecture - more than 5,000 years ol 173 Michael Hayes 17-May-05 19:34
Re: Were the AE inspired by Sacred Vedic Architecture - more than 5,000 years ol 182 David L 17-May-05 20:38
Re: Were the AE inspired by Sacred Vedic Architecture - more than 5,000 years ol 157 Michael Hayes 17-May-05 23:30
Re: Were the AE inspired by Sacred Vedic Architecture - more than 5,000 years ol 222 David L 18-May-05 03:48
Re: Were the AE inspired by Sacred Vedic Architecture - more than 5,000 years old 244 Curious 15-May-05 12:11
Re: Were the AE inspired by Sacred Vedic Architecture - more than 5,000 years old 184 David L 15-May-05 17:36
Re: Were the AE inspired by Sacred Vedic Architecture - more than 5,000 years ol 179 HarryWJYoung 15-May-05 09:59
Re: Were the AE inspired by Sacred Vedic Architecture - more than 5,000 years ol 208 debraregypt 15-May-05 12:54
The Egyptian word for Gnostic 254 debraregypt 15-May-05 13:40
Re: The Egyptian word for Gnostic 192 HarryWJYoung 15-May-05 14:10
From which direction did culture flow? 185 coralsea 15-May-05 13:21
Re: From which direction did culture flow? 213 Curious 15-May-05 15:56
geneticists in the drama of east vs west 208 coralsea 15-May-05 17:45
Re: Were the AE inspired by Sacred Vedic Architecture - more than 5,000 years ol 230 Curious 15-May-05 13:53
Re: Were the AE inspired by Sacred Vedic Architecture - more than 5,000 years old 189 Madonna 15-May-05 17:51
Re: Were the AE inspired by Sacred Vedic Architecture - more than 5,000 years old 272 Deep1 15-May-05 18:57
Re: Were the AE inspired by Sacred Vedic Architecture - more than 5,000 years old 222 Curious 16-May-05 10:36


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