Keys Deciphering Lost Languages Earth World Ancient History Undeciphered Scripts Tongues Table Nations Key Resolution Unknown Dialects Speaking Groups Etruscan RongoRongo Kushitic Indus Valley Andrew Robinson Lost Languages Review Critique Analysis Bible Migrations Archaic Ice Age Global Navigation

Students of the decipherment of the lost ancient languages and scripts, such as Andrew Robinson in his informative book Lost Languages, treat ‘though the Table of Nations in Genesis 10 as if it’s of value no more than a nursery rhyme to solve the mystery of these languages, such as deciphering ancient kushitic, etruscan, rongorongo, and the indus valley scripts, but when the table of nations in the Bible is the key to deciphering them all, much to the chagrin of the darwinists.

Rongorongo of Easter Island, a third of its script signs identical to those of the indus valley script, is clearly a derivative of that ancient mother tongue, also “undeciphered,” but when folks such as Robinson will realize that the ancient indus valley language was the mother tongue of the indigenous vedic sanskrit speakers today, that semitic script symbols were applied to the vedic sanskrit language for the indus valley script becomes apparent, however, will Robinson and the others wake up to this?  (The big objection to the linkage of the indus language to rongorongo is the 13,000 mile distance across the pacific, ‘though made real with the information in article #2 at http://iceagecivilizations.com, really explaining much more too as you’ll see.)

And what of the ancient etruscans of Italy?  Their language was a derivative of pelasgian, Peleg fifth in the line of Shem from Noah in the Table of Nations, google around the net on this subject on you’ll see that arvanitic, the iron age lemnian language, and etruscan, were all pelasgian, the pelasgians with the canaanites having dominated the ice age shorelines of the eastern Mediterranean with diminshing influence in the centuries after the ice age end’s sea level rise beginning circa 1500 b.c. which lasted for about a century, the pelasgian language later reportedly unknown by the time of Herodotus.

The ancient beja language spoken in the Horn of Africa and Sudan is the “unknown” kushitic language, the term bedouin having derived from beja, very ancient, the language of the kings of Kush, who was a grandson of Noah by Ham, the roots of the languages are found in the Bible, with Kush also the namesake across the way in Asia with the Hindu Kush mountains, and the now submerged city of Kusushtali, submerged since the end of the ice age, the time of the “aryan invasion.”  See the big overview here http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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