Language as a Fingerprint, Book 1
Perspectives on the Cradle of Civilization and the Armenian Language

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(ISBN: 978-0-9849863-8-5)
2014 Glendale
234 pages
Size: 6" x 9"
Language(s): English

The author of "Enigma of the Armenian Alphabet: Letters, Protons and Paradoxes" (2012) has reopened a perspective into the world of antiquity and its languages, which has been generally hidden, disregarded and overlooked for more than 120 years. Now, using logical, historical, and linguistic evidences and perspectives, Vahan Setyan is offering the Armenian language and many elements from historic ancient Armenian Highlands - the Cradle of Civilization - as a convergent Prehistoric Key to re-evaluate, re-analyze and re-consider ancient historical and linguistic conclusions. What we have been generally taught and understood about Indo-European languages, Egyptian, Sumerian, Assyrian, Greek, Roman, and many other civilizations have been, in most part, historically and linguistically incomplete and in other cases, intellectually bankrupt, further misleading the unsuspecting public. Even the scriptures from various faiths have a non-historical yet, misappropriated astro-theology, which have been misunderstood and incorrectly appropriated that has lead to gross anachronisms. The author hypothesizes that this prehistoric key, once considered as a new dimensionality, may be just what is required to truly reveal the factual veracity of the aforementioned errors in historical and linguistic examinations. At the same time, it may initiate a crucial movement toward realigning the paradigm of historical truths into their proper place and chronology, and present the world a more historically and intellectually honest worldview of the ancient past of human civilization, astro-theology, symbolism and language. The author further argues that misinformation and disinformation can be mediated through the use of healthy logic, unbiased historical examinations, and psychology.

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