Sunday, December 24, 2017

Myterious origins of Europe's oldest language; Robert Sepehr (Atlantean Gardens); Maiah A., Dhr. Seven (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly
What does a "typical" mysterious Basque look like? Who can say? (

The Mysterious Origins of Europe's Oldest Language: Euskara (Basque)
Basque Country (circled) vs. Spain, France
...I realized they were speaking an ancient language that has teetered on the brink of extinction.
Euskara, spoken in the autonomous communities of Navarre in northern Spain and the Basque Country across northern Spain and southwestern France, is a mystery:

The beautiful Basque Country of Spain/France in the Pyrenees Mountains
Typical Basque dress
It has no known origin or relation to any other language [almost as if it came down from the sky, from space, from a heaven like the Pleiades], an anomaly that has stumped linguistic experts for ages.
“Nobody is able to say where [the language] comes from,” according to Pello Salaburu, professor and director at the Basque Language Institute at The University of the Basque Country in Bilbao. “Scholars used to research this problem many years ago, but there are no clear conclusions.”
The distinct language is a point of pride for Basques. But only an estimated 35% of the Basque population (or 700,000 of them) speak it today. More

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