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  • mike white
    this link claims that english is among the indo-european branch of languages. i hope that those trained in these matters, recheck this conclusion. i tend to
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         this link claims that english is among the indo-european branch of languages.  i hope that those trained in these matters, recheck this conclusion. 
         i tend to accept the 'over the linda' book, that the frisian language is the parent of english and german.  that the frisians occupied europe before the magyar arrived circa 10,000 bce. 
         " In 1647, Dutch linguist and scholar Marcus Zuerius van Boxhorn noted the similarity among Indo-European languages, and supposed that they derived from a primitive common language he called Scythian. " 
        i think this linguist was correct, and that the scythians and magyar, were one and the same.  
         another linguist of the 19th century claimed that many languages of the tribes of north america had scythian roots. 
         as said before, magyar runic writing was adopted by the norsemen, and later known as viking runes. 
       
       
      mike
       
       
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