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    As (hopefully) Sarah Palin would tell you, if you google prehistoric origin languages, the darwinist line you’ll most likely read is that “prehistoric” humans’ speaking evolved into practice twenty to fifty thousand years ago, yet the most ancient languages known to darwinian anthropologists and archaeologists are the namesakes of biblical characters such as Kush, Asshur, Canaan, Elam, Javan and Elisha (Ionian and Hellenes), Aram, and Heber, but the darwinists can’t shake those biblical names for the most ancient languages because hard evidence gleaned from many disciplines through years of field and literary research are their bases, so one might ask the darwinists, did those guys in Genesis Ten really live fifty thousand years ago in caves and such, and if so, then why did they all come up with their own languages, were they in some kind of crazy language contest set up by Noah on a lark?

    The biblical Noah in the ancient assyrian cuneiform texts, there named Utnapishtim, in the Epic of Gilgamesh, is said to have settled in legendary Dilmun, the location of which has evaded scholars to this point, mentioned too in other ancient texts as a major trading partner of Sumer and Akkad, but when the biblical model is applied to the problem, the answer becomes rather clear, for when the diverse languages were first being spoken, the Persian Gulf was a vast river valley, during the Ice Age, which naturally followed the global flood of Utnapishtim, where at the mouth of the river valley, where now are the Straits of Hormuz, was the land of Dilmun, Dalamatia, the seaport, the thala (a ligature triton shape of the Indus Script), of Madai (father of the Medes), who was a son of Japheth, the Prajapeti of the Hindus, father of the so-called Indo-European languages, son of Manu, err, in the original language, Noah.

    Another of the few distant ancient trading partners mentioned in the mesopotamian cuneiform texts is Meluhha, far beyond Dilmun as it’s written, thought by most to have been the Indus Civilization (actually founded by Kush and sons Ramaah and Siva), which is certainly a good educated guess on their part, as it was another dominant ice age civilization, much of it consumed when the sea level rose with the end of the Ice Age, the ruins now found in the Gulfs of Kutch and Chambay (Kush and Cham/Ham), that Meluhha which was a thalassocracy, associated with the Indus script sign which looks like a triton, Meluhha no doubt the namesake of Malacca, of Indonesia, where are some of the richest ancient gold-mine-works ever found, particularly at Mt. Ophir, where Solomon later would glean much of his wealth.

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