Etymology Meaning Word Water Source Origin Name Language Sound Ancient Frisians Watar Shang Chinese Hua Hwa Wa Jomon Civilization Japan Links Chavin Culture Peru Transoceanic Bronze Age Voyages Global Navigation Isthmian Olmec Mayan Culture Mesoamerica Multiple Languages Clay Fired Bricks Comalcalco Tabasco Universal Word Water

In ancient mesoamerica, hua meant water, as in agua (or aghua, “plant water”), the same sound wa as in the word watar of the ancient frisians of the Netherlands for water, spelled differently, and both the same for water as hwa of ancient Shang China and wa again for water in ancient Japan, of the Jomon culture who built the great megalithic ruins now submerged off Okinawa and Yonaguni since the end of the Ice Age which the darwinists clearly don’t want to discuss, not to mention the hundreds of other submerged ruins sites found in many parts of the world, clearly problematic for the darwinian timeline, yet rigth in line with Genesis.

And since wa or hua or hwa in the ancient western hemisphere city names Teotihuacan (gods’ water city) and Tiawanaku (god water snake) are clearly rooted from across the oceans, and at ancient mayan Comalcalco in the state of Tabasco in Mexico, thousands of clay bricks from circa 300 b.c. with various languages imprinted on them from ancient Europe and Asia have been discovered long ago, yet rarely are discussed by the darwinists for obvious reasons again, as the myth that the ancients during the time of old kingdom Egypt were not navigating all over the world by the simple geometric methodology by astronomy explained in article #2 at is being remedied, pass the word.


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