Hattic Speakers of Hattusa Progeny of Canaan’s Son Heth Adopted Japhetic Language the Hittites Upon End of Ice Age


In north central Turkey on the Kizilirmak River (known as the Halys by the Greeks) is the magnificent ancient stronghold of Hattusa, named for Heth, his progeny the Hittites who spoke Semitic language like the other Canaanites until circa 1500 b. c. when they adopted Indo European (Japhetic) language said to have been like Carian (southwestern coast of Turkey), the Carians who sailed across the Atlantic to South America when the Ice Age had ended to found Carioca, king Cari’s oikos.