However, you can't stop here. If a nation emigrates to another land, it must take more than its name. It must have also place, regional. spritual terminologies, names of certain gods, etc. Mythologies must also be compared. It is a lot of work, but it pays off in the end.
One must also read all he can about certain central Asian and India-Indian nations in order to find the correspondences he needs, for nearly all humans originated there.
Because I adhere strictly to these guidelines, I can achieve a high level of accuracy more easily than anyone else can.
Now, this brings me to the word "geezer." The Turkic nature god Gezer was and is often depicted as an old man. Therefore, I can reasonably assume that this word might be a hand me down. As you know, geese is the plural of goose. Therefore, I would not consider it
Spanish was the first foreign language I ever learned. One day, when I was staying in a certain hotel in Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas, Mexico, I wanted some soap. Since I did not yet know the word for soap, I tried the most logical sound alike word in English. As you know Spanish and English share many cognates. Therefore, I told the maid to bring me some "sopa." I found out then and there that "sopa" is equivalent to our "soup." Incidently sopa and soup are also cognates.
I will give a good demonstration of my methods when I present the string about the Mochica or Moche South American Indians. Also, I will demonstrate that these Indians were not only Turkish, they are even mentioned in the Bible and in the Hindu scriptures. It's a small world after all!