78 Tzw Etruskowie, ich kultura i częściowo „odtworzony” język i współczesne filmy…

Unravelling The Enigmatic Etruscans – Documentary

Wonderbook
Published on Aug 4, 2017

Nie zajmuję się szczególnie tzw. Etruskami, czy Rasenami, ale przypadkiem znalazłem kilka nowych filmów o nich i ich języku. Na tych filmach widać swargi, palenie zwłok, jantar z nad Bałtyku, równość i niezależność kobiet, grupowy seks,.. być może czczenie słońca,.. ale kto tam wie, jak było naprawdę, bo to przecież tylko nic więcej, jak współczesna propaganda?

Czy Etruskowie / Raseni przybili z Lidii w tzw Azii Mniejszej, czy byli lokalnymi ziomami… wciąż jakoś tak dziwnie nic nie wiadomo… Toskania, Murlo, Volterra, itd i jego mieszkańcy są wg włoskich genetyków potomkami Etrusków. Ich haplogrup jednak nie ujawniono, patrz opis do jednego z filmów poniżej…

Było, jak było, ale jedno jest jasne,.. że Etruskowie / Rasenowie zostali celowo zniszczeni przez Rzymian i ich ludobójczy sposób myslenia i byli tego jedną z pierwszych, choć nie jedyną ofiarą…

Secrets in the Dust – Uncovering the Etruscans Glory before Rome

Free Documentary
Published on Nov 10, 2015

UWAGA! 22:00 Wg włoskiego genetyka mieszkańcy Volterra są najbardziej zbieżni genetycznie z mieszkańcami wyspy Lemnos i może wskazywać to, że zgodnie z opisem jaki dał Herodot, pochodzili z Anatolii!

Etruscan DNA Part 1

Classics Confidential
Published on Mar 6, 2010

The first half of an interview in which Dr Phil Perkins tells us about his research into the ancient Etruscans.

Etruscan DNA Part 2

Classics Confidential
Published on Mar 7, 2010

The second half of an interview with Dr Phil Perkins about the ancient Etruscans. For more information see http://www.classicsconfidential.co.uk

The Truth About Italian DNA

HistoryArchiver
Published on Mar 12, 2014

Italians are the descendants of the great Italics and Romans, and are still basically genetically the same as 2 and 3 thousand years ago. But some mixtures did happen.

What Etruscan sounded like and how we know

NativLang
Published on Nov 17, 2017

Italy’s lost language? They gave Rome the alphabet, but we hardly know them. Here’s how we pieced together the extinct language of an early Italian civilization.

ChrisC
1 week ago
The problems of deciphering Linear A are multiplied 10x with Harappan. And in both cases, unlike Etruscan, we would be entirely guessing about the values of the signs. At least with Etruscan we know what its parent alphabet (Greek) and its child alphabet (Latin) sounded like, so we could figure it out.

asd asd
2 days ago
Christian Changer based on the fact that Germanic languages are the most divergent from IE (in Europe) and the earliest known Germanic speakers existed in Scandinavia (where there is more pre IE DNA than anywhere besides corsica) and etruscan seems to share a stressing system with Germanic (as well as having the same word for gods, os/aes/ais (-ir/-eir), which are extremely important words and likely reflected their cosmology), I think these may have been influenced by the same pre-ie family of languages.

Albukhshi
1 day ago
Herodotus wrote that the Etruscans did in fact come from the Aegean, hence the Lemnian connection.

Ancient Etruscan Deciphered (Vol. I): Lost Tomb of Alexander the Great

Living Light Network
Published on Oct 9, 2011

Scripted and directed by Paul Schaffranke, produced and filmed by Horatio Rybnikar (Harry Hubbard) and is the first of several presentations yet to follow. This spectacular, 7 part video begins by showing the participant the ancient alphabets used to break Etruscan after becoming a ‚dead’ language over 2400 years ago. Next, comes the decipherments of Archaic Latin inscriptions found in Italy and the program moves into the bilingual inscriptions of Etruscan and Phoenician known as the Pyrgi Tablets. The student is then presented with a Lexicon showing each word origin and meaning. The Lexicon is followed by deciphering the Famous Duenos Script that has eluded scholars for several decades since its discovery. The final portion of the program is the deciphering of the Numerius Tablet considered by some scholars to be one of the most important texts yet to be removed from the Illinois Tomb. A simplistic step by step approach to understanding the Etruscan alphabet and language. Many new complete and accurate Etruscan decipherments released for the first time in world history. A must for anyone studying Latin, Etruscan, Greek, Phoenician or any other Indo-European or Semitic Language.

THE DAWN OF THE ETRUSCAN

IBC Regione Emilia-Romagna
Published on Jan 11, 2016

Etruscan, Pelagasi and early Egyptian connections – Gary Biltcliffe

Fortean Studies
Published on Jun 3, 2015

Gary Biltcliffe on Etruscan, Pelagasi and early Egyptian connections and the incredible megalithic construction skills of our ancestors.

Etruscans – Dr James Rietveld

Curandera Studios
Published on Jul 6, 2016

Join Dr James Rietveld this was recorded on the 06/28/2016 at Ipso Facto as part of the Salon Lecture series. the etruscans are a society that not to many people know….

Giant Megaliths of the Ancient Etruscans

Ancient Secret Discoveries
Published on Feb 22, 2017

Just southeast of Rome (as well as other areas) there are some remarkable polygonal walls underlying later Etruscan and Roman building. The construction is similar to that found in some sites in Greece, Turkey and South America, and it is similarly mis-dated and not recognised for what it is. Could this use of massive blocks of stone, so accurately cut and fitted together, be a legacy of the mysterious Pelasgi, a race said to have founded Greek civilisation and colonised Italy in the Bronze Age?

Our ancestors left us a legacy of knowledge hidden within the folktales of sacred places, stories that have more than one meaning for those initiated to understand. This video examines the Etruscan civilization and its connection with other ancient civilizations. Subject areas include: megalithic stonework, pyramids, art, architecture, religion, alphabet, and the value of their contributions.

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