Fwd: [AIAS] Fwd: Celtic Languages



Subject: Fwd: [AIAS] Fwd: Celtic Languages
Date: Sun, 22 Mar 2009 11:08:17 EDT

This was in humour, it is a type of well known ironic humour here in Wales, maybe across Britain. The life of people was so hard here in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries that the ministers, vicars, priests and so on promised this to them. Coal mining accidents in the heyday of the South Wales coalfield occurred every eight minutes on average. My entire working family was killed by coal dust.

Myron, indeed, Hebrew and Arabic are semitic languages. Why is it (what are the mythical sources) for your assertion that Welsh is the language of heaven. I find this very interesting. Thank you


> Well Welsh is the language of heaven, but not related at all to Hebrew, > it is Indo-European. You can easily see this from such things as the word > for brother: brawd (Welsh), brat (Russian), bruder (German), brother > (English), frere (French), frater (Latin). These are Indo European > languages. Hungarian, Estonian and Finnish are not Indo European. The hard > ch sound in Welsh is pronounced the same as Dutch or Swiss German. Basque is > not Indo European it is very ancient. Hebrew is related to Arabic and > Ancient mid East languages: Shalom al echem, salaam al ekum, peace unto you. > Some names in Europe are biblical, like Jones (from John), Davies from > David, and so on. Some surnames are also Biblical like Daniel, in Sir > Goronwy Daniel. His first name Goronwy is Celtic, from the Mabinogion. Some > chapel names liek Elim, Salem and so on are Biblical. > > > > > > > > > > ———- Mensaje reenviado ———- > > >
Date: Sat, 21 Mar 2009 07:21:25 EDT >
Subject: Re: [AIAS] Fwd: Celtic Languages > Myron, > > I heard last night that Welsh is very closely related to Hebrew. > Does that sound reasonable to you? > > Thanks, > Dave Feustel > >


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