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    Reading Andrew Robinson’s informative book Lost Languages, he refuses to believe that the “proto elamite script” was written by Elamites, and that the Hindu Kush mountains could have been of the same language group as Kush of Sudan, and that the oceans could have been traversed four thousand years ago to Easter Island, from the Indus valley civilization homeport of Kususthali (old Dwarka), now submerged in the Gulf of Kutch, not believing because Robinson doesn’t believe the history in the Bible, much to his professional detriment I think you’ll agree certainly when you read article #2 at http://iceagecivilizations.com, the Table of Nations in Genesis 10, the true template for the ancient spread of people and language.

    The oldest language groups noted in secular academia at our colleges and universities are biblical names; hebrew, canaanite, assyrian, aramaic, kushan, ionian (iawan/javan), the most ancient recorded languages, and so of course, the question must be asked, which has the most complete record of ancient history?  What other language group of people has produced such a detailed and broad-spanned tome of ancient history as the hebrews with the scripting of the Bible through millennia?  So when you look at the hand-in-glove nature of Genesis 10 with what has been discovered in archaeology and studies of ancient linguistics, you wonder why they’re all asleep at the wheel on this, read more at http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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