Chamitic Mon-Khmer Languages Including Vietnamese Reclassified as Austronesian for Hamites Gone to Australia


Although the Vietnamese language is overlain with many Chinese words, its underlying structure is called the Mon-Khmer language, known as Chamitic or Austronesian, for they were progeny of Noah’s son Ham/Cham, his namesake the Gulf of Cambay off northwest India were are the submerged ruins of a vast city at the mouth of the Ice Age Sarasvati river. Interestingly, the east-asian name Kim is for Cham actually the Kami ancestral spirits to the Japanese and meaning gold in Korean.