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#1 Arpa

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Posted 22 November 2011 - 09:41 AM

HAI, AI, I, HAY, HYE, AYR?
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Professor Pilikian’s Discovery of a Sensational Armenian Linguistic Fossil dating Back hundreds of thousands of years to the emergence of Human language Itself
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Very interesting to say the least.. See the rest here;
http://www.ramgavar....emid=27&lang=en
Some quotes;

Professor Pilikian defines for the first time in Linguistic theory a remarkable new concept he calls a Linguistic Fossil precisely on the natural history paradigm proving the Darwinian evolutionary theory, although he disagrees with Darwin's contention (for not being scientific enough!) that mankind arose on the flatlands of the African Savannah. Professor Pilikian demonstrates that the First humanoids could only become people in a mountainous landscape (of the Armenian Highlands) the mysteries of which are vital challenges for the development of human intelligence, hence brain-size, thence the emergence of Language itself.


In an astonishing style of total originality that imitates no one, Professor Pilikian has asked an unexpected simple question; When an Armenian affirms in his own Armenian language – Yess Hai em = I am HAI (pronounced as “high” in English, the word for Armenian in the Armenian language), what does it all mean truly

This unique fossil found of all languages in the world only and only in the Armenian language preserves tens of thousands of years of historical evolutionary development of mankind, incredibly, from the very first moment of linguistic consciousness and subsequent language-creation – the basis of modern linguistic theory is that the very first words created by a humanoid community describe social identity and sexual function – which is captured historically and preserved in this fossil, not only as cognate words, but even incredibly, miraculously, and predictably theoretically as the mini-evolvements of the very same first root thus;
Ai (pronounced as in the English first pronoun I) is what I call the archetypal quantum vowel phoneme – the scream of life both in pain and pleasure, without the discovery of which the human language would simply be impossible, in other words, all human languages (Indo-European, Semitic et al.) constitute peripheral developments from the centre of the first archetypal ‘circular’ A-vowel.

A bit of stretch?

Precisely the same word and pronunciation in Armenian also delivers the meaning of Cave, where the homo sapiens first lived, enabling them to construct a settled life, hence the first socio-economic communities.
Air is also the root of the Armenian word Air-ếl, meaning fire-making, the very first technology man learnt (according to the classical Greek myth of Prometheus, stealing the Fire, from the gods, to give it to mankind as a divine gift) enabling the potential of all future technological advance.
The further identity-emphasis produces H-Ai-r meaning Father in the Armenian language. The addition of the M prefix, an otherwise well documented phoneme in Linguistics signifying maternal-things, produces M-h-ai-r in Armenian, meaning Mother.

Another bit of stretch?

In exactly above sense, Ire-land, Ira-q, and Ira-n contain the Armenian root-fossil Air meaning countries of Man.


Edited by Arpa, 22 November 2011 - 10:01 AM.


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Posted 22 November 2011 - 11:15 AM

I read this article yesterday, but coudn't bring myself to post it. I guess we need to read the whole book in order to get more of his reasonings.

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Posted 22 November 2011 - 12:15 PM

I read this article yesterday, but coudn't bring myself to post it. I guess we need to read the whole book in order to get more of his reasonings.

Yes Yervant, I understand your trepidation.
You will notice that I aired it with very little editorial if any, except where I repeatedly used the word “stretch“.
I don’t know who or what this Prof. Pilikian is, but for a moment I thought I was having flashbacks to these hallucinations and that he is a reincarnation of our own stretch-master. More by Lion1700. Search and see what he has said in the History/schmistory section
http://hyeforum.com/...=0
Like the Ayr-ish, the Ayra-qians and the Ayr-anians will give us yerkou luma for the discovery!!! Who told him the Irish call themselves "Air-Ayr-ish"?:P

Edited by Arpa, 22 November 2011 - 12:59 PM.





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