Originally posted by Gorman91
reply to post by WarminIndy
Funny how off topic this is, but is it? If the same script in Spain used by Carthage is the same prototype for Hebrew used as far east as the Jews in
Iran, why not then the same for South east Asia and Americas?
The Similarities stem from One Peoples. The Phoenicians. They originated the "Script"
Which is the Hebrew script found in the U.S. such as the Los Luna Stone.
Dating to 1000 BC roughly. It's Paleo Hebrew, which makes sense, seeing it's during the hey days of David's and Solomon's Kingdoms, which the
later, had the largest fleet in the world, funded by the wealthiest Kingdom, with assistance of The King of Tyre, Hiram, and the Phoenician Sailors
who guided the fleets. The Largest and Wealthiest Kingdom of the time, would have a common writing/script shared between themselves and their
And don't get to concerned with the "Spanish" connection. What Mountain Range runs through the West of Espana? The Iberian, or Iber or Eber or
Hebrew. All the same implied meaning. The Same Peoples.
You see, society has a dim view of Israel, and generally affix a specific Jewish negative to the Term. We generally forget what Israel was, and the
Wealth it amassed with it's ALLIES. Libya, Egypt, Phoenicia, and Tyre and Sidon as Allies. Syria and the Moabites being ruled by Solomon.
This makes up a majority of the known Med Basin, and examples of seafaring evidence litter the Globe.
SO, yes, it's on topic, but a lot earlier than the "discussed" time frame of Bali, for instant. I think these buildings/temples date from 900 Ad
thru to the 15 or 16th Century.
The Mayan, obviously where here a lot longer, from 2400 BC thru to 1000 AD.