Re: lot of cruxi fiction in amoric...the wolf
Posted By: seshatasefekht In Response To: Re: lot of cruxi fiction in amoric...the wolf *LINK* (iyah360)
Date: Monday, 30 August 2004, at 5:34 p.m.
In Response To: Re: lot of cruxi fiction in amoric...the wolf *LINK* (iyah360)
peace and hotep,
iyah360, i was referring to documented, recorded or written languages, as "dead". not oral traditions:
"israelite anbessa, in every book recorded by men, you can find truth and lies. some mis-statements can be harmless while others are quite deadly. you know this. truths can be found in 'books of lies' , especially if those truths are buried as in LIE-BURY(library). comparing books exposes plagiarism and allegories, israelite.
israelite anbessa, please do not attempt to convince this fool to spend my time learning a dead language like amharic or geezus which are semetic languages of indo-european/ aryan/ hyksos conquerors. imagine yourself finding truth in the language of foreigners. wait a minute..., now that is as foolish as me. but WE SEARCH AND FIND TRUTH REGARDLESS"
my point was that fact that geez and amharic
have well documented semitic roots to arabic and hebrew written languages. those roots were established after waves of indo-european migrations, who possessed such writings. therefore, the written language can be simply described as the result of "indo-european" conquerors.
where are the comparable geez and amharic written languages prior to indo-european conquests by hyksos/hebrew and later arabs? more precisely, would there be geez and amharic written languages withe out foreign indo-european influences? better yet, why aren't there any significant number of kemetic writtings in ethiopia?
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