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    A great book by Andrew Robinson entitled “Lost Languages:  The Enigma of the World’s Undeciphered Scripts” describes the character similarities of lost archaic written languages, such as the Rongorongo script from Easter Island (Rapanui) of the south Pacific showing affinity to characters of the also still undeciphered Harappan-Dravidian script of the Indus and Saraswati river watersheds of Pakistan and northwest India, and the affinity of those to proto Elamite and Sumerian from Mesopotamia, the ancient homeland of Kush, with the city of Kish there his namesake, and the Hindu Kush mountains to the east, and the gulf of Kutch, Pakistan, and the now submerged city of Kususthali, submerged in the the gulf of Kutch (since the end of the Ice Age), and Kashmere and Kashgar in the western Himalayas, and the Kusht river there too.

    But Robinson says there is no relationship between the Kush of the western Himalayas and Mesopotamia and the Kush of the ancient kingdom south of Egypt in what now is the Sudan, and he even exposes his selective ancient history information base in stating that the origin of the name Kush is unknown, such is the depths to which mainstream scientists will stoop to avoid referencing the most accurate ancient history book ever written, the Bible, where of course, it is written that Kush was a son of Ham, known as Kham in ancient India and southeast Asia, and Khem in ancient Egypt, the namesake of the Hamitic language group.

    Clyde Winters has done much great work through the years demonstrating the similarities of the ancient Kushitic languages; Sumerian, proto Elamite, and the Indus-Dravidian script, as well as, languages from north Africa, most notably, Manding, the Vai dialect, which bears much similarity to ancient Olmec in Central America, another indication that global navigation was the rule circa 2000 B.C., when this language was developing in north Africa, during the aqualithic period, when the Sahara Desert was a series of lakes and interconnecting rivers, with lush pastures and stands of forests, rich with wildlife, during the Ice Age, which the mainstream scientists say ended circa 10000 B.C., when they say the Kushitic languages were developing and spreading across north Africa, but since Robinson doesn’t acknowledge the Bible, he can’t say that the biblical personage Kush is the namesake of that language group, Kush who settled and developed vast tracts of land in the ancient world, and so, who surely was privy to the means to accurately navigate the oceans of the world, see article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com.

    And see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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