The similarities of Polynesian languages to Sanskrit have prompted the labeling of the Polynesian Sanskrit Language group, indicating the ancient spread of mariners away from the ice age Indus Valley Civilization, probably many when the […]
Whom the Germans consider their patriarch, Djapatischta, was Noah’s son Japtheth, known as Iafeth to the Saxons, or Tuisto, Japheth-tuisto (Djapatischta) meaning Japheth the son of days, dios, Zeus.
The Polynesian languages are related, all of apparent indo european (japhetic) origin considering about half of the basic word roots are japhetic and many words themselves essentially the same such as ruma for room, poaka […]
The legend about Hotu Matua’s voyage to Easter Island from Hiva land (what’s left of that land the Marquesas islands), because the “rising tide” was consuming the homeland, is clearly bespeaking the end of the […]
In addition to using the Garden of Eden as the Primordial Mound in Plato’s Atlantis, he also changed Adam to Evenor and Eve to Leucippe (meaning light bearer or horse), the first humans, interestingly Leucippe […]
The game of billiards (pool) was begun probably in northern France about six hundred years ago, adapted from the lawn game croquet, and the eight ball was made black apparently because the words in the […]
Israel has claimed the Temple Mount (Moriah) ever since king David bought it from a Jebusite (Canaanite) woman, three thousand years ago, so if Jerusalem is not to be Israel’s capital then it would have […]