After reading Andrew Robinson’s excellent overview, in his book Lost Languages, of the still undecifered scripts of the ancient world, such as the Meroitic script of the ancient kingdom of Kush (south of Egypt), also known as Nubia, I’m struck by his ignorance of the Table of Nations in the Bible, where Kush is explicitly listed as a son of Ham (Khemet of Egypt).
Yet Robinson says the source of the name of Kush is unknown, however later, he mentions the kushitic king Taharqo, noted in the Bible as Tirhakah, in the 700 B.C. timeframe, well over a millenium after Kush lived, so why does he put his trust in the Bible circa 700 B.C. but not a millenium or before, especially considering that he acknowledges the Elam of Genesis 10 (who lived when Kush lived) as the namesake of the Elamite kingdom? The undecifered proto Elamite script, discussed in his book, has been discovered in western and southern Persia, with base six numbering, for accounting and bookkeeping, like the Sumerians, based upon the numbers of the ancient mapping system byy the earth’s wobble rate explained in article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com (so please avail yourself of it, as the rest of this blogpost will relate to it).
And Robinson thinks it’s implausible that the Kush of the Hindu Kush Mountains of Afghanistan and Pakistan, and the Kush of the now underwater city of Kususthali/Dwaraka, submerged off the coast of northwest India (since the end of the Ice Age), could be the same Kush as of sub-saharan Africa (which was wet and lush during the Ice Age when the Great Pyramid was built, surveyed by the methodology in the link, by the wobble rate of the earth’s axis, and nations flourished in what now are deserts), but yet, remember, Robinson says the ancient source of the word Kush is unknown, so how can he say the asian Kush is not the same as the african Kush, since he seems ignorant of the Kush of the Bible, when it should be as plain as the nose on his face (and why does he acknowledge Elam from the Genesis 10 account but not Kush?)
The Dravidian people of Kususthali used the still-undeciphered Indus Valley script and language, which has great affinity, having many signs in common, with those of the undecifered RongoRongo script of Easter Island, 13,000 miles away, and thought to be separated too by millennia of time, but with the ancient mapping method explained in the link, you can see that the commonality of scripts is because of transoceanic navigation, actually during the Ice Age, which ended circa 1500 B.C., when the Sahara and the other deserts of the world ended many great ancient civilizations, such as of the Elamites of ancient Persia, the land of the Aryans, who migrated east into Pakistan and India when the Ice Age and the Indus Valley Civilization ended.
So apparently then, if not before, global navigators had sailed even far to Rapanui (today known as Easter Island), where the ancient RongoRongo (which means recitations) script discovered millenia later, undeciphered, but having many sign likenesses to those of the Indus Valley script, which probably was of the Dravidian language, the Dravidians who mostly migrated south when the Aryans came in because of the drastic drying in the Middle East, from southern Persia and the Caspian basin, when the Ice Age ended.
And the almost universal term for the sun in the realm of the Kushites of southern Asia and Africa, and beyond to Rapanui (Easter Island) was Ra, the sun god of Egypt, and of the tribes of the Pacific islands too, because of the global navigation capability in the 2000 B.C. timeframe, described in the link, which was the basis for the ancient hindu vedic yugas of time, with nautical mile mapping numbers, the association being the mapping method by the earth’s wobble rate, at 72 years/degree.