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MDaines Wrote:
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> seasmith Wrote:
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> > postscript-
> >
> > Just finished reading Secrets of the
> > Druids
, a serious work and an enjoyable
> read.
> >
> > A wealth of Celtic and proto-Celltic lore,
> > seemingly well researched histories of people's
> > migrations (from about 4000 BC) across the old
> > world from India to Ireland and the Urals to
> > Iberia;
> > with extensive descriptions of the customs and
> > rites they brought with them.
> >
> > The book also contains an absolute treasure of
> > etymologies and synonyms !
> > Recommended.
> >
> >
> > Now if we could just nail the origins of the
> PIEs
> > back another millennium ...
> > ∫∫:>)
> >
> > Interesting that a number of researchers have
> > posited the geographic origins of the Sumerians
> to
> > have been in the same general area as Teresa
> has
> > for the (later?) PIEs.
> >
> > s
> Hello Seasmith,
> I haven't read Teresa's book, not because I don't
> like the theme of it. Quite the contrary. I'm sure
> it's full of details I would find very
> interesting. My problem (as you've probably
> guessed) lies with those multiple etymological
> sources stated as PIE. At this stage, they're
> becoming increasingly annoying. I've done
> everything in my power to offer up the origins of
> many if not all our words, with proof through both
> sounds and meanings, not least of which those
> deriving from Sumerian KIL/KILI - think Gobekli,
> think Celt. I daresay Teresa has never heard of
> either KIL or me and there you go. Such is life.
> Will this information ever become public
> knowledge? It's been four years now so I'm not
> holding my breath.
>
> Madeleine



>>>


Couldn't agree more. If PIE is the sausage gumbo of lexicons, Sumer-cuneiform is the oyster chowder.


TERESA,
please meet
MADELEINE

Kindred spirits I am sure.
:>)



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