Lost Languages Andrew Robinson James I. Nienhuis Solutions Indus Valley Script Decipherment Analysis Indo European Alphabetic Sanskrit Syllabic Indus Script RongoRongo Writing Rapanui Easter Island Polynesian Languages Austro Asian Maoris Link Indus Civilization Easter Island Transoceanic Navigation Ancient Languages Spread Dispersions by Sea

For two hundred years, linguists have suspected the undecifered RongoRongo script of Rapanui (Easter Island) in the south Pacific is anciently related to the undecifered Indus Valley script of the bronze age Rama Empire of northwest India, because a good percentage of the script signs of both bear great resemblance to each other, these scripts which when understood to be ligatures (combinations of simple signs) can be rationalized based upon simple syllabic alphabets of about sixty signs, forming words with combinations of these signs, ligatures, such as the sign for the sound tha (U) combined with the sign for la (l) to form a ligature triton sign, the sign of seagoing power, thalassocracies, these signs common in both scripts.

Mainstream scholars however scoff at the notion that the ancient languages and scripts of the Indus and Easter Island could be related, thus eschewing the obvious, because they can’t imagine such transoceanic navigation during the bronze age, and because they say the date for the origins of those languages are separated by up to 3,500 years, but the Easter Islanders say the first settler of the island, Hotu’a Matu, sailed there from the west with 67 tablets of script, no doubt the writing of RongoRongo, from what the Maoris of New Zealand call the lost land Maitanga Roa, submerged when the sea level rose with the end of the Ice Age, with ruins such as of Khanimweiso off Pohnpei bearing testament to this sea level rise in historical times, on the way to Japan’s fantastic submerged ruins off Yonaguni, circa 1500 B.C., when too Kususthali (tha la), the oceanport city of Kush, was consumed by the sea, the ruins now well known in the Gulf of Kutch off India.

With apparently just syllabic alphabets (tha la) the true nature of the RongoRongo and Indus scripts, with such combinations thereof, ligatures, the means by which words were formed in these clearly related languages, that Kususthali was spelled in Sanskrit with this phonetic breakdown of that ligature, tha la, really proves that the Sanskrit language was essentially the language of the Indus Valley Civilization, confirming the suspicions of S. R. Rao, but he thinks the Indians created the alphabet for Sanskrit, when in reality, the alphabet of Sanskrit is semitic, applied to the Indus Valley script for an alphabetic, not syllabic, writing script.  Checkout http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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