Inner Space :  The Official GrahamHancock.com forums
For discussions on all matters relating to personal development, religion, philosophy, psychology and so on. 
Welcome! Log InRegister
Lothario, with regard to certain archetypical sounds typical of all human languages, I feel you are right on target. Although I really never mastered many languages other than my own-just Spanish, Portuguese, Nahuatl (barely getting by), the rudiments of Sanskrit, and Malay (which I no longer understand at all), I have discovered that underlying all languages there is a group of short, one syllable words that apply to any language. Example, pa, ba, and ta are going to mean "father" in a wide number of languages. Ma is another one for mother and even Ba.

According to Hindu philosophy, if we could somehow found the right combinations and permutations of just 33 sounds, all the people in the world could understand one another, no matter what language they grew up speaking.

I think this may be the one of the reasons why small children learn languages so quickly. It would be good if linguists would explore this further.

Now, in the case of what I do, I don't bother with generalized vocabularies. I just stick to place names, tribal names, religious terms, and forget about the rest. If these place names, etc., have equal functions in the languages being compared, I conclude that the people speaking those languages have a common origin.

Here's an example, In Kerala, India, there is a god named Ayappa. He fought a battle with some decapitator demons named Mahesh-Asura. After winning the battle, he disappeared.

Now, in South America, among the Moshica or Moche, the god was Ay-apa Ek and a corresponding decapitator demon. Well, the words Moshe or Moche are similar to the Mahesh in India. In Sanskrit, Ek means "one; first." Therefore Ayappa Ek would mean Ayappa the First. However, in this case, I used my private system of linguistics: If it has the name, it must have the game. If it has the game, it must have the name.

But this is not all. There are other correspondences I considered when deciding that these Moshica or Moche were from Central India. Lord Ayappa defeated the Maheshasura on the banks of the holy river Pampa. The holiest river of the Moshica was also the Pampa. I have not yet mentioned the other similar correspondences. I felt that I was right in assuming that India's Lord Ayappa and South America's Ay-apa Ek were the same deities.

Gene

Options: ReplyQuote


Subject Views Written By Posted
Jesus Christ was Turkish!! 1203 gene douglas 31-Oct-06 08:57
Re: Jesus Christ was Turkish!! 258 Joyeuse 31-Oct-06 10:50
Re: Jesus Christ was Turkish!! 177 Tom Hebert 31-Oct-06 12:47
Re: Jesus Christ was Turkish!! 314 gene douglas 31-Oct-06 13:09
JESUS = JE SUIS (french for) I AM 859 Joyeuse 31-Oct-06 15:45
Re: JESUS = JE SUIS (french for) I AM 344 gene douglas 31-Oct-06 23:15
Re: Jesus Christ was Turkish!! 231 gene douglas 31-Oct-06 13:17
Re: Jesus Christ was Turkish!! 200 Joyeuse 31-Oct-06 15:39
Re: Jesus Christ was Turkish!! 222 gene douglas 31-Oct-06 18:33
Re: Jesus Christ was Turkish!! 263 gene douglas 02-Nov-06 15:49
Re: Jesus Christ was Turkish!! 183 Gengus 31-Oct-06 15:47
Re: Jesus Christ was Turkish!! 210 gene douglas 31-Oct-06 18:41
Re: Jesus Christ was Turkish!! 200 Gengus 31-Oct-06 19:02
Re: Jesus Christ was Turkish!! 219 gene douglas 31-Oct-06 19:34
Re: Jesus Christ was Turkish!! 211 Gengus 31-Oct-06 23:46
Re: Jesus Christ was Turkish!! 226 gene douglas 31-Oct-06 21:50
Re: Jesus Christ was Turkish!! 197 Joyeuse 31-Oct-06 22:02
Re: Jesus Christ was Turkish!! 221 gene douglas 31-Oct-06 22:22
Re: Jesus Christ was Turkish!! 159 Joyeuse 01-Nov-06 00:56
Re: Jesus Christ was Turkish!! 213 gene douglas 01-Nov-06 01:23
Re: Jesus Christ was Turkish!! 169 Joyeuse 01-Nov-06 13:24
Re: Jesus Christ was Turkish!! 161 Gengus 01-Nov-06 11:47
Re: Jesus Christ was Turkish!! 197 Tom Hebert 31-Oct-06 22:50
Re: Jesus Christ was Turkish!! 235 Joyeuse 01-Nov-06 00:58
Re: Jesus Christ was Turkish!! 333 gene douglas 01-Nov-06 22:44
Re: Jesus Christ was Turkish!! 201 Joyeuse 02-Nov-06 00:32
Re: Could Jesus have been an 'eskimo' 190 lothario 01-Nov-06 01:17
Re: Could Jesus have been an 'eskimo' 171 lothario 01-Nov-06 02:00
PSS; 177 lothario 01-Nov-06 04:34
Re: PSS; 222 gene douglas 01-Nov-06 05:39
Re: PSS; 213 gene douglas 01-Nov-06 14:58
Re: PSS; 155 Joyeuse 02-Nov-06 00:39
Re: PSS; 203 gene douglas 02-Nov-06 05:00
Re: PSS; 198 Joyeuse 02-Nov-06 08:17
Re: PSS; 223 gene douglas 02-Nov-06 10:41
Re: Moki/Hopi 278 gadavid 04-Nov-06 03:04
Re: Moki/Hopi 179 gadavid 04-Nov-06 03:07


Sorry, only registered users may post in this forum.