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    North Dravidian Speaking Brahui Kurukh Malto Language Groups Pakistan Hindu Kush Foothills Herat Indus Valley Civilization Script Lost Language Proto Dravidian Roots of Mysterious Dialect Spoken Word of Rama Empire Ice Age Pleistocene Saraswati River Basin Bronze Age Ruins Great Indian Desert Language Migrations by Sea Ancient Prehistoric Transoceanic Navigation Star Mapping Rongo Rongo Script Easter Island Rapanui Writing Characters Similarity Like Indus Valley Script Letters Language Symbols Proto Elamite Dravidian Language Group Affinities Clyde Winters Black History Migration Studies

    In the foothills of the Hindu Kush mountains in western Pakistan are Dravidian speaking tribes, the Brahui, Kurukh, and Malto, whose nearest speaking kin are the Dravidians of southern India, over a thousand miles away, having migrated there when the Aryans invaded the Indus/Sarasvati civilization, also known as the Rama empire, which included the region now inhabited by the isolated Dravidian speakers, with all around them the languages of the Aryan invaders, known to have taken over circa 1500 B.C., when there was a catastrophic drying in the middle latitudes of the world, because the Ice Age was ending, when the sea level rose to submerge large cities off the coast of Pakistan and India, and many others around the world, plainly “bronze age” ruins, now submerged.

    The Dravidian speakers in Pakistan are obviously the progeny of the remnants who stubbornly remained as the Aryans were invading from central Asia because of the catastrophic drying with the end of the Ice Age, down into India, the global climate change at that time which also was changing the geography of the region into which the Aryans were migrating, with the Saraswati river, with hundreds of bronze age towns in its drainage basin, having its sources in the Sivalik Hills (foothills of the Himalayas) redirected because of earthquakes which changed the flows of the source streams to flow into the Ganges or Indus drainages, as the rainfall amounts also dropped precipitously, as the Ice Age climatic regime caused by paradoxically warmer oceans had lost steam (for clouds), so to speak.

    The ancient Indus Valley Script, its deciperment still to be established, is almost certainly related to the Dravidian languages, still spoken in the Indus region of Pakistan, which is the consensus of most etymologists, but far away on Easter Island (Rapanui), half the world away, is the Rongo Rongo script, which has many characters virtually identical to the characters of the Indus script, causing mainstream scientists, who think that global navigation was impossible circa 2000 B.C., to not seriously consider the obviously direct linkage of these two clearly ancient scripts, only because they fail to acknowledge the ancient navigational method by the stars explained in article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com, clouding their ability to see the rapid spread of languages and scripts in the ancient world, during the “bronze age,” which actually followed Noah’s Flood, the geothermal event which provided the warmer world ocean temperatures which only could have been the engine for the Ice Age.

    And see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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