Die Aschkenasim

Boris Altschüler

Cover Europas letztes Geheimnis

Boris Altschüler

Europas letztes Geheimnis:
Von zehn "verschollenen" Stämmen Israels zu den europäischen Staaten

ISBN 978-3-9803917-7-1


About the "Japhetitic theory" of Nikolay Marr, the proto-matrix-language and the ethnolexical developments of the European ethnogenesis

Verlag Aschkenas

Who were the Scythians?

More than three thousand years ago, the first deportations of the ten Israelite-Canaanite tribes of Eretz Israel from northern Palestine took place. The hypothesis (concerning the lexis) of this paper has been adequately inferred by the creator of the "Japhetitic Theory", an excellent Russian linguist and philologist of the 20th century Nikolay Marr (1865-1934).

Their emigration route mainly led them over the ancient Asia Minor, Caucasus and also through Central Asia into the Great Eurasian Steppe. These people spread the archaic Semitic world language across the northern Barbaricum. The Hebrew-Canaanite language, called Lashon Canaan, can be regarded as a unique of an Israelite-Punic super-ethnosis. The Canaanite language became the proto-matrix of the European languages. It determined the further ethnolinguistic development of both Eastern Europe and Western Europe.

The historic-etymological analysis is of the process of migration of a Semitic-speaking ethnicity to Eastern, South East, Northern and Central Europe, which had been divided several times over the millennia into many tribes. Peoples of Europe prove these tribes disappeared gradually and later re-established. This method permits us among others to clarify the beginnings of many European nations, which had a common field concerning the lexis in archaic times and which kept the most important fragments of the relict-Canaanite language until today.

The expansion of the migration of the peoples of the Israelite Scythians, Sarmatians, Suebi, Goths, Almani/Alamanni, Huns, Franks, Avars, Khazars, Bulgarians, Vikings, Rus, and also the 'Turk' peoples from the Avarian and Khazarian Khaganates provides a clear ethnolinguistic proof for this. This proof is mainly delivered by language analysis and onomastics.

Alltogether of more than 700 ethnonyms, toponyms, hydronyms and oronyms, of the names of socialy important people or deities, which kept their old Semitic nature over thousands of years, have been examined palaeontological and in terms of their etymology. Numerous translations from the ancient Semitic-Canaanite languages allow us to understand the sense of many historic-ethnic situations in Eastern and Western Europe. Merely the reverend doctrine of the Anglo-Israelism from the middle of the 17th century maintained the historical memory of this process. In Russia Hebrew-Canaanite had been spoken until the beginning of the 20th century. In Germany expeditions of linguists discovered in the second half of the 20th century villages in the Eifel (for example the village Nerot - Hebrew: The Candles), where virtually whole sentences in Hebrew have been carried on in dialect, like the legendary "Der Sus ist toff bei der Maloche" (The horse is good at work).

The European, Christian development had a massive influence through the Imperial Church and its medium, Latin including vulgar Latin and Greek, and also through the Celtic languages. Under this influence, the languages of the new states and peoples were developing. One can state that during the first millennium AD, Europe besides Latin and Greek also spoke Hebrew-Canaanite. Approximately between the 11th and 15th centuries, the new national mixed languages have increasingly established and further developed their current forms throughout the modern age. Driven by continuous acculturation, assimilation and exchange of languages the identity of the European and Asian Israelites changed. These changes characterised the new European and Eurasian ethnogeneses.

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