The ancient proto-Nostratic language was the well of Europe’s culture.
I am going to present in the next two chapters that the culture started prospering where the ancient language, called Hungarian today, appeared. I am going to present in the followings how much influence the ancient language on the European languages had.
For better overview, we use now instead of the 3 dimensional cauliflower (it could have been the root or crown of a tree) a flat fractal construction for delineation, the essence won’t change by this.
First, we present the difference between the Hungarian and European languages.
We presented earlier that for example the root KÖR (and its variants as bases for countless words), fill up over 56 pages on the Hungarian side in the Hungarian-English dictionary and every variant may let grow further variants. These words stay in organic connection with each other, independent of their number: They all carry the hidden image of KÖR (circle) in them.
Presenting this connection-system of our vocabulary on a flat surface we receive the well known snowflake.
Presenting however, the same part of the English vocabulary the same way, the picture looks rather like a porcelain vase fallen on a stone floor and broken into thousand pieces.
Please compare the two really true figures:
We shouldn’t argue about the reality of the figures, please look into the dictionaries! (I presented many examples about this theme in book “HAR” on pages 145-146.) You can’t go from A to B on the English side, but on the Hungarian, man is able to connect easily every point to any other in the same theme. This is the essence of the root-system.
Looking more carefully at the figures, we may see some little broken snowflake parts on the English side. Investigating these we can recognize that they are in reality common English-Hungarian words, remnants of the once common proto-Nostratic language, the ancient root-language, many linguists are looking for.
We can further find large amounts of remaining parts of the now called Hungarian language in all old and in new languages of Eurasia. In Italy, the Etruscan (speaking a Hungarian dialect) taught the Latinos their alphabet, but more connections must have been with the old-Greek (Pelasg) people with far over 2.000 words and grammar identities. Most of the fames Greek philosophers were pupils of Scythian magicians (Socrates ….).
The previous figure presenting the breaking and scattering of the English vocabulary is matching most Eurasian languages. What could be the reason of this falling apart? It won’t happen just by itself. Supposedly, a huge world wide catastrophic event should have stand behind it. I think, a recent letter of Barabási László answered this question in a way that most people could accept it:
“If looking at the archaeological findings, defence fortifications, mounds, ramparts around villages appeared before 7-8 thousand years in Eurasia. Something happened. A strange element did come into the life of humans. The unity was broken up, lost. A mistake happened somewhere, which caused more and more damage. The crystal clear archaic human logic broke down and with it the unity of language as well. And these were characteristic for all Eurasia.”
The Bible tells similar things. The main reason, in my opinion, was a huge catastrophic event around 12.000 years ago, of which after-effect explosion – likely unfolded 9-7.000 years ago. We are living in time of depravation. This presents well the breaking up of languages and emptying of vocabularies.1