Early Proto-Indo-European language as Adamic Language (2007)

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Early Proto-Indo-European language as Adamic Language (2007)

Postby indoeuropean on Mon Jul 28, 2008 6:00 pm

Its author holds a rather religious (mostly Christian) view of the earliest reconstructed Proto-Indo-European language as the Adamic language described by the Bible, as it supposedly was before the confusion of tongues, based on the revelations of German Saint Anne Catherine Emmerich:

"The first tongue, the mother tongue, spoken by Adam, Sem, and Noe, was different, and it is now extant only in isolated dialects. Its first pure offshoots are the Zend, the sacred tongue of India, and the language of the Bactrians. In those languages, words may be found exactly similar to the Low German of my native place. The book that I see in modern Ctesiphon, on the Tigris, is written in that language."

More details, including the alphabet and appropriate PIE stage: http://www.wikinfo.org/index.php/Adamic_language
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Early Proto-Indo-European language as Adamic Language (2008)

Postby I E on Tue Sep 23, 2008 10:56 am

Most current version of "Adamic language" article about PIE is now placed in Dnghu wiki: http://indo-european.eu/wiki/index.php/Adamic_language and is much more advanced.

Full Greek alphabet covered by Unicode is here: http://indo-european.eu/wiki/index.php/Alphabet and includes all archaic letters covered by Unicode.
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