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"The search for truth is never wrong.  The only sin is to lack the courage to follow where truth leads." -- Duke

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No historian wants to be wrong.  Especially with centuries of "accepted historical fact" to back them up.

The History of writing is the history of how systems of representation of language through graphic means have evolved different in human civilizations.

What historians and archaeologists consider "true writing" is thought to have developed independently in four different civilizations in the world

Mesopotamia - 3500 BC
Egypt - 3400 BC
China - 1600 BC
MesoAmerica - 900 BC

The Chinese and Mesopotamian writing systems are the ones that have been the most influential in the way most of the world writes today.

Understanding the development of writing and language is critical to understanding the origin of race and civilization

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Sumerians - they are given credit for the earliest writing tablets of the worlds civilization history

Historians say that Sumerian and Egyptian writing systems weren't "sudden inventions!"

Their writing systems were based on "ancient traditions of symbol systems."

But historians don't classify these as proper writing, yet they have many characteristics "strikingly reminiscent of writing."

So they call it "Proto-writing."

It's basically symbols to convey information.  Sounds like writing to us!

The historians claim that these symbols were "probably" devoid of direct linguistic content.

How do they know?

Let's take a look at a couple of these "proto-writing" for information purposes only forms of communication on which the Sumerians and Egyptians based their writing systems



Tartaria Tablets
Found in Romania, dated at around 5500 BC

Archaeologists disagree on the origins
Some claim they represent the earliest form of writing
others dispute the claim

Why?  Because if this is writing, the Danubian culture would have the first known writing, not the Sumerians or Egyptians

Who were the Danubians?

The Israelites

Your Heritage!

We're certainly not Egyptologists or Cuneiform experts


If these symbols don't convey the same linguistic content in the same manner as the pictures of Egyptian hieroglyphs

Then the historians need to have their eyes examined

Let's look at a second example


Dispilio Tablet markings

This was a wooden tablet unearthed in Greece dated to 5260 BC
Again, archaeologists disagree on whether or not this is an early form of writing

Why?  Because if it is, this would disprove that the Sumerians and Egyptians were first in written communication


Again, we're not experts


Straight rows, obvious distinct symbols

Give us a break

Your Heritage is under attack even to the point of stealing your early written form of communication!

For a lot more information on the Vinca Script see this link



Let's get back to the Sumerians

The Sumerian original writing system was that of clay tokens used to represent commodities.  This evolved into a system of marking into soft clay at different angles for recording numbers.  Then they augmented this with pictographic writing using a sharp stylus to indicate what was being counted.  Round and sharp stylus writing was gradually replaced around 2700 BC by writing using a wedge-shaped stylus.  That's where the term Cuneiform came from.  By 2600 BC cuneiform began to represent syllables of the Sumerian language and was adapted to the Akkadian language.  After that the Hurrian and Hittite languages adopted the cuneiform script.  Scripts similar in appearance include Ugaritic and Old Persian.


Kish Tablet, 3500 BC

Purported to be the oldest written document

Really now

Compare to


Tartaria Tablets
Found in Romania, dated at around 5500 BC


Why is the Sumerian/Kish tablet "written language"

and the Tartaria Tablet is not?

Could it be because then historians would have to acknowledge that White people were where they don't want them to be at a time when they don't want them to be there?

Then they would have to recognize that this ancient White civilization is responsible for the Sumerian and Egyptian writing systems!

That just wouldn't be politically correct


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Constantly under attack


More Cuneiform


Archaic Cuneiform

2600 BC



1400 BC Cuneiform



Egyptian Hieroglyphs

Egyptian hieroglyphs consist of three kinds of glyphs:  phonetic glyphs include single-consonant characters that function like an alphabet; logographs represent morphemes and determinatives narrowed down the meaning of a logographic or phonetic word.

As writing developed and became more widespread among the Egyptians, simplified glyph forms developed.  This resulted in the hieratic or priestly glyph and the demotic or popular script.  The Hieroglyphs were used on papyrus since they were more suited to that form.  But they also existed alongside the other forms, especially on monuments.

The Rosetta Stone contains parallel texts in hieroglyphic, demotic and classical Greek writing.  It's discovery is what has allowed scholars to unlock the secrets of ancient Egyptian writing.


Papyrus of Ani
Cursive Hieroglyphs


Rosetta Stone

Egyptian Hieroglyphs are relatively new when it comes to written communication.  Pottery dated to around 4000 BC have symbols on it that resembles hieroglyphics. 

The earliest known hieroglyphic inscription until 1998 was the Narmer Palette excavated at Hierakonpolis (modern Kawm al-Ahmar)


Narmer Palette

What is it's date?


3200 BC

Two hundred years after the Kish Tablet

2300 years after the Danubians!

Now you can see why the historians and archaeologists don't want to say the Danubians had an official form of writing

Spoils it for the Egyptians and afro-centrists who want Egypt to be a non-White civilization

In 1998 a German archaeological team uncovered a tomb at Abydos (modern Umm el-Qa'ab) belonging to a pre-dynastic ruler named Naqada III dating to around 3400 BC (before the upper and lower kingdoms were combined).  In his tomb were three hundred clay labels inscribed with proto-hieroglyphs.



Naqada III Slate Palate
3400 BC


Naqada III bone tags
3400 BC





Tartaria Tablets
Found in Romania, dated at around 5500 BC


There's over 2000 years difference between these two!


Now you tell us

What's the difference between the "proto-hieroglyphs" of 3400 BC

and the

"proto-writing" of the Danubians of 5500 BC?

Historians will tell you that the Danubians were only trying to convey information.  They were too "primitive" to understand any better.

The Egyptians were developing their written communication.


Whose world view is being thrust on the public?

There's more

The first full sentence written in hieroglyphs so far discovered was found on a seal impression in the tomb of

are you ready for his name


Now, where in the world did an Egyptian ruler get the name of Seth!

He ruled somewhere around 2750 BC

In Ancient Egyptian mythology SET (also spelled SETH, SUTEKH or SETEH) is an ancient god, originally the god of the desert, storms, darkness and chaos.  Because the T during the Greek period was pronounced TH the Greeks spelled it SETHThe exact translation is unknown for certain but of two possibilities one is connected to the desert and the other is connected to the institution of monarchy.  He was view as immensely powerful and carried the epithet, "His Majesty."  Other common epithet was of great strength.

Now isn't that interesting!

Can't make this stuff up!



Written Chinese has been traced back to the Shang Dynasty, about 1500 BC.  It is considered to be one of the world's oldest, active and continuously used writing systems.  Literacy requires the memorization of thousands of characters, called glyphs.  Educated Chinese know about 4000.



12th Century Song Dynasty


Replica of ancient Chinese oracle bone



Mesoamerica is the Mayans and other related tribes, such as the Olmec and Zapotec.  Historians claim that they developed their writing independently.  The Mesoamerican scripts are logosyllabic, combining the use of logagrams with a syllabary and are often called heiroglyphic.  Only five or six have been documented in Mesoamerica, the best of which is the Maya script.


Maya glyphs in Mexico


This is the Mayan Step Pyramid

Who else has a step pyramid built thousands of years before the one in MesoAmerica?



Mayan Pyramid of Kukulcan at Chichen Itza in Yucatan
built around 400 AD

Architecture similar to Step Pyramid, Saqqara, Egypt




We know it's not a coincidence!

Ancient Israelites were in MesoAmerica thousands of years ago

Mayan Art and monuments prove that they were there





Mayan Elephant Motiff

How could the Mayans possibly know what an elephant was?

Obviously an outside source gave them this information

"Historians" will tell you it's "ancient memories" of extinct mastodons

If that's true, why aren't they hairy?



Quirigua stela with beard

Indigenous Mayas cannot grow beards

Only an infusion of Caucasian blood gives them the genetic ability to grow facial hair

Where did the Mayas get the White blood?


When the Spanish explorers first arrived in Central America, they were perceived by the natives as being "White gods" who had visited their land before.

Christopher Columbus was told that the natives had a legend of a host of White gods that came across the ocean from the east

Columbus and his crew were taken for gods

When Cortes landed, he was likened to a light god (white god) which the Aztecs had long revered.

This god was fair, blue eyed and had a beard

His name was Quetzalcoatl

The Incas had some of the same "legends."



Who but the Adamic race had the capability of traveling such great distances

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To keep this as short as possible, we won't get into the alphabets and scripts that are un-deciphered.

Origin of our modern writing system

The ancient Egyptians found it difficult to incorporate the names of their foreign captives into their hieroglyphs.  By somewhere around 2200 to 2000 BC they adapted their written language so it could include these foreign words.

The Proto-Canaanite alphabet was born

Proto-Canaanite is a descendant of the Egyptian hieroglyphs.  The proto-Canaanite alphabet is a consonantal alphabet of twenty-two acrophonic glyphs starting from around 1500 BC.  The cut-off date is 1050 BC.  There are about a dozen inscriptions written in Proto-Canaanite that have been discovered in modern-day Israel and Lebanon


Proto-Canaanite inscription discovered at Lachish, Southern Israel


By 1050 BC the Phoenician alphabet completely replaced the proto-Canaanite alphabet


Phoenician script

Reads "belonging to Baalpalt"


What do you notice about this time line?

No Hebrew!

This is about when David became King of Israel

Genesis had just been written between 200 and 400 years previously

In what language?

Not Hebrew!


aka Phoenician!



Ahiram Sarophagus - about 1000 BC
Has the oldest evidence of the Phoenician alphabet discovered to date


Translation of the inscription:

Coffin which Ittobaal, son of Ahiram, king of Byblos, made for Ahiram, his father, when he placed him in the 'house of eternity'. Now if a king among kings or a governor among governors or a commander of an army should come up against Byblos and uncovers this coffin, may the sceptre of his rule be torn away, may the throne of his kingdom be overturned, and may peace flee from Byblos! And as for him, if he destroys this inscription, then the...!


Phoenician is a continuation of the Proto-Canaanite alphabet.  BY convention it is taken to originate around 1050 BC (historians aren't sure.)  It was used for writing Phoenician, which is a Northern Semitic language and spoken by the civilization of Phoenicia.

Phoenician became one of the most widely used writing systems across the Mediterranean world.  It was spread by Phoenician merchants where it was assimilated by many other cultures and evolved into other written languages.

Phoenician is the parent alphabet of


Phoenician alphabet

Phoenician Alphabet


Paleo-Hebrew - 1100 BC - 600 BC

The Paleo-Hebrew alphabet  was used in writing the Hebrew language until it began to fall out of use in the 5th century BC with the adoption of the "square-script" Aramaic alphabet as a writing system for the Hebrew language.

The Jews discontinued using this script but the Samaritans continued using it well into the middle ages.



Oldest Paleo-Hebrew found

Zayit Stone

dates to around 1000 BC

Guess those sheep herders could write after all!



Second oldest Paleo-Hebro

Gezar Calendar

around 1000 BC

Aramaic - 800 BC - 600 AD

The Aramaic alphabet is historically significant since virtually all modern Middle Eastern writing systems use a script that can be traced back to it, as well as numerous Altaic languages of Central and East Asia.  The holy texts of Judaism and Islam, as well as certain Christian and Buddhist texts are written in scripts which are known descendants of Aramaic.

The earliest inscriptions in the Aramaic language use the Phoenician Alphabet. Aramaic gradually became the lingua franca throughout the Middle East, with the script displacing cuneiform as the official writing system of the existing empires. Its widespread usage led to the gradual adoption of the Aramaic alphabet for writing the Hebrew Language.  Formerly, Hebrew had been written using an alphabet closer in form to that of Phoenician, the Paleo-Hebrew Alphabet.

Aramaic is the parent alphabet of Hebrew, Arabic, Nabataean, Syriac, Beorgian, Brahmi and several others.

Brahmi is the parent writing system of most of India, Southeast Asia, Tibet and Mongolia.

The Hebrew and Nabataean alphabets are little changed in style from the Babylonian Aramaic alphabet. The development of cursive versions of Aramaic led to the creation of the Syriac, Palmyrenean and Mandaic alphabets. These scripts formed the basis of the Arabic, Sogdian, Orkhon and Mongolian alphabets. The Aramaic alphabet is also the forebear of the Indic alphabets, on the basis of certain strong similarities between the Aramaic and Brahmi script. 

Today, biblical Aramaic, Jewish Neo-Aramaic dialects and the Aramaic language of the Talmud are written in the Hebrew alphabet.

This written Hebrew is used by those who are Jewish

Their language is Hebrew, Yiddish, Ladino (Jewish-Spanish) and Judeo-Arabic

Not your Heritage

This written Hebrew was never used by your ancestors

Not one book of the Bible was originally written in modern, square script Hebrew

It is a Babylonian language

Parts of the Bible are written in Aramaic

Some would say this is a Babylonian language

It is not

It is named after the Arameans, the people of Aram.  Aramaic is closely related to Phoenician, Paleo-Hebrew, and Syriac and the alphabet is derived from Phoenician.

Abraham is described as an Aramean (Deut. 26:5)  Sarah, his wife and her relatives settled in the land of the Arameans (Syria) (Genesis 25:20)

The Assyrians invaded and displaced the Arameans.  As the Assyrians conquered and displaced, they relocated the populations to other places

Like the tribes of Israel

Aramaic became the common language of the Assyrian Kingdom because there were so many displaced Arameans

Babylon conquered Assyria in

Aramaic became the common language of Babylon

Including the Israelites in captivity there

Very few parts of the Old Testament of the Bible survived the sacking of Jerusalem in 70 AD except the Dead Sea Scrolls.  Most of the Dead Sea Scrolls are written in paleo-Hebrew which is nearly identical with Phoenician.  Most of the original parts of these were written down in transliterated ancient Hebrew using the Phoenician alphabetTransliterate means to write in the characters of another alphabet.

The Hebrew alphabet had not evolved yet.  And there was no other efficient writing system other than Phoenician at that time.  Remember, the ancient Israelites and Phoenicians were racial "cousins."  Their language would have been similar, if not the same.

Phoenician is the parent alphabet of Hebrew


Greek - 800 BC - present
replaced Cypriot - 1100 BC - 400 BC

Greek is the parent alphabet of Latin, Old Italic, Runic, Cyrillic and Coptic.

Latin is the parent alphabet of English, German, Swedish, Norwegian -- most of the languages spoken in the Caucasian world today

Your Heritage

The Greek alphabet replaced the Cypriot alphabet and is a direct descendant of the Phoenician.  It is the first and oldest alphabet in the narrow sense that it notes each vowel and consonant with a separate symbol. It is as such in continuous use to this day. The letters were also used to represent Greek numerals beginning in the 2nd century BCE.

The Greek alphabet is descended from the Phoenician alphabet and has given rise to many other alphabets used in Europe and the Middle East, including the Latin Alphabet

This is
Your Heritage


Early Greek alphabet on pottery


Let's summarize the history of writing

The Danubians - 5500 BC

Egyptian Hieroglyphs - gave birth to
Proto-Sinaitic Script - gave birth to
Proto-Canaanite - gave birth to

Phoenician - gave birth to









Old Italic
Other Caucasian alphabets








That's written language

What about the spoken Hebrew language?

Biblical Hebrew - 1200 BC - 600 BC

Biblical Hebrew, also called classical Hebrew, flourished between the 12th and 6th centuries BC.

At the Babylonian exile the Hebrews began speaking Aramaic

Biblical Hebrew is an archaic form of the Hebrew language that is not spoken in its pure form today

Known descendant languages:

Samaritan Hebrew (liturgical)
Mishnaic Hebrew (Jews)
Tiberian Hebrew (liturgical)
Yemenite Hebrew (liturgical)
Sephardi Hebrew (liturgical)
Ashkenazi Hebrew (liturgical)
Modern Hebrew (State of Israel)


Hebrew (language) belongs to the Canaanite group of languages along with Edomite, Ammonite, Moabite and Phoenician.  Canaanite is closely related to Aramaic and Arabic.  When the Babylonians conquered the ancient Kingdom of Judah they exiled much of its population far to the East in Babylon.  During the Babylonian captivity, many Israelites learned the Aramaic language of their captors.  The Babylonians mainly took the ruling classes captive and left behind the farmers and laborers to work the land.  It was the Israelite elite that became influenced by Aramaic.

When the Israelites returned to Judah, both languages were used.  Aramaic was used for the spoken language, Hebrew for religious and liturgical purposes as well as literary.

Hebrew went extinct as a spoken language probably as early as400 AD

Hebrew was not revived as a spoken language until the 19th century.  It was strictly used for letters, contracts, commerce, etc.

But especially in Jewish liturgy

This meant not only that well-educated Jews in all parts of the world could correspond in a mutually intelligible language, and that books and legal documents published or written in any part of the world could be read by Jews in all other parts, but that an educated Jew could travel and converse with Jews in distant places, just as priests and other educated Christians could once converse in Latin.

It was Zionism that revived the modern spoken Hebrew language which replaced a score of languages spoken by Jews worldwide at that time such as Yiddish, Ladino, Judeo-Aramaic, Russian, Persian and Arabic

What about the Anglo-Saxon, Germanic European Languages?

English and the Caucasian languages are considered


At first glance this would appear to place great dispute in the claim that the White race are the Ancient Hebrews


Until you study etymology - the root of words

there are literally thousands of words in the English language that have theor roots in ancient Hebrew


Here are a fewexamples

From Dr. Isaac E. Mozeson, “The Word”

English	Hebrew	Heb. Pron.	Heb. Meaning
abash	beyash	BEE-YAYSH	to embarass
abbot, abbey	abh, av	AB-BAH	father
a(d)miral	amir	AH-MEAR	to command
alphabet	alef, bet	ALEPH-BET	ox, house
alumni	alimah	ALEE-MAH	learned
amenable	amen	AH-MAIN	so be it, it is true
a(n)tique	ateek	AH-TEEK	ancient
asia, east	ash	AISH	fire (sunrise)
babble	babhel	BUB(H)-ELL	to confound
bar	bar	BAR	bar or bolt
beat	beat	BEE-ATE	trample, or scorn
behemoth	behamoth	Bih-hay-mowth	large animal beast
berry	pirey	PERRY	fruit
bore	bore	BORE	hole, pit, or grave
brook	brakha	BRAY-KHA	a pool
brush	brosh	BAH-RUSH	fir or pine tree
by	bih (bee)	BEE	in, by , at, or with
bubble	bub-boo-ah	BUB-BOO-AH	boil, blister, wart
camel	gamel	GAMAL	camel
cane	kane	CON-EH	stalk
carat	karat	CAR-RUT	a 4 gram weight
chrome	korum	KROOM	crust, overlay
corner	keren	CARE-EN	horn, corner
cry	kra	CAR-AH	wail, or shriek
direct	derekh	DIR-EKH	road,  journey
dumb	dom	DUM	silence
em, en, in	(plural)	EM, EN	childrEN, oxEN, cherubIM, brethren, etc.
hail	helal	HA-LAIL	to praise
harem	harem	HAY-REM	devote, forbid
hearse, horse	horas(h)	Hoar-Us(h)	to plow
heden(ism)	Aden	EDEN	delight, paradise
hokum	hokhum	HOKH-UM	wise, wisdom
hollow	halal	HOLL-OL	space, vacuum
horrid	horrad	HOR-RAID	to tremble or fear
Jovial	Jehovah	JEHOVAH	Divine love
lilac	lila	LIE-LAH	night, dark blue
mar(ine)	mar	MAR	briny, sea-water
market	mikher	MAH-KHAR	pay, price
mock	mook	MOOK	insult, scoff
money	mone	MOAN-EH	weight or coin
muck	muk	MUCK	decay, rottenness
mystery	mestar	ME-STAR	secret place
ogre	Og	OAG	Og, last of giants
omen	omen	O-MEN	believe, hold true
pizazz	pezaz	PEA-ZAYZ	jump or dance
ravenous	raav	RA-AVE	hungry
ruckus	rakhus	Rah-Khus(h)	noise, rushing
rug	areg, ereg	(EH)-REG	woven cloth, web
ruth(less)	root	RUTH	friendship
salvation	shalva	S(H)AL-VAH	peace, quiet, ease




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What's more

The Dutch linguist, Marcus Zuerius van Boxhorn, who first noted the similarity among the Eeuropean languages in 1647, supposed the existence of a primitive Common language.  He called this language


If you've read enough of this site you understand the significance of the Scythians in your Heritage

Later linguists and historians changed the name of the common primitive language to


And while this is more accurate it is interesting that Boxhorn knew where the roots of his people and language came from

No one knows what the classical Hebrew sounded like

As the Hebrew/Israelites spread across the globe, their language became distinct for every tribe

Yet the root of the language stayed in the ancient, classical Hebrew


Look at the similarities between Phoenician and Irish-Celtic

Phoenician of Plautus:

Byth lym mo thym nociothii nel ech an ti daisc machon

Ys i do iebrim thyfe lyth chy lya chon temlyph ula.

Early Irish-Celtic:

Beth liom' mo thime nociaithe, niel ach an ti dairie mae coinne

Is i de leabhraim tafach leith, chi lis con teampluibh ulla.


This is not coincidence





Indo European is the parent language of several modern languages including Celtic, Italic and Proto-Germanic

Proto-Germanic is the parent language of

English, Dutch, German, Danish, Norwegian, Icelandic, Faroese and Swedish

Language tells us that we have a common beginning


Your Heritage

Isn't it Grand!


But there's more!

Let's look at two things:


and the

Builders of Ancient Civilizations

and put all this together

Ancient Runes

Builders of Civilizations


For more information on writing and ancient scripts see this site

But be warned:  they have a world view that will not always tell you everything

Read with discerning eyes




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