- Jan 24, 2015
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no commentAncient Persian belongs to the Iranian group of Indo-Iranian languages. But the concept of "Indo-Iranian" is a trick, it does not mean that these are languages from one source, it is just a mixture of Persian and Avestan. on the same principle, these idiots classify "Indo-European". Typologically, Western European are not Aryan, and they do not descend from Aryan, they only have atavisms, such as vocabulary and irregular verbs.
no commentThe fact that traces of Latin grammar in European languages are diminishing from east to west, and given that Gothic went the other way around from west to east, suggests that the Germanic language did not belong to the Latin branch. To some extent, it was similar to the Semitic, for example, there are articles. But it was not Latin and was not the heir to the Indo-Aryan. It was the Germanic language that destroyed Latin grammar in Europe.
no commentIn general, as far as I understand, no one even knows what language Germanic originated from. The oldest Germanic that I know of is Old High German. And it is not at all ancient, it is 8-11 centuries AD
no commentThere is no doubt that German has a common root with Baltic and pre-Slavic Serbian, because they are all stunned, rude and abrupt. This is what influenced Russian, which is much rougher than Polish-Ukrainian.
no commentIf we proceed from a comparison with history, apparently the Lower German was closer to the original and closer to the Baltic, including the Prussian.
no commmentThe forgery with the Gothic language is quite obvious. There is runic writing. Its homeland is in Siberia, and it was among the Bulgars and Hungarians. It was old scandinavian or the Celtic and not from the Germans. And on the map above, we see that the Goths are Prussians.
The old Scandinavian sagas are not Germanic too.
The tale about the "Gothic Bible" is even more ridiculous than about Kirril and Methodius. A certain priest Wulfilla invented the Runian script, which in Siberia is more than 4 thousand years old, and is still in use among the Hungarians.
You don't understand what Wulfila did. He wrote the most worthy book the world ever had seen - with pages of purple and letters of silver and gold. And he wrote it in his own language. That's why we know the Gothic language so well.
And to hunt from theme to theme - from all centuries to all places - from one nonsense to the next nonsense - will not help you to be able to flee from yourselve and your current time, place and life.