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Monday, October 21, 2013

GREEKS IMMIGRATED PERU AND POLYNESIA!

          EL ARE EVERYWHERE!!! 


by Maria Ballos


   In our continuous search for Greeks all over the world we now investigate the Pacific, and espesially to Polymensia and Peru. Hope you find the information intreading.
  Interview of the German Proffessor of Linguistics, Pr. Nors S. Josephson to Nansy Mpika, which was published in the Davlos magazine (www.davlos.gr) 

 N. Biska: How did you discover greek linguistic elements in the languages of Polynesia? 
  NORS S. JOSEPHSON: I have always had a keen interest in the ancient civilization of the Easter Island. I visited the island and later I traveled to Polynesia, where I myself have gathered dictionaries and word lists of Polynesian languages. Many scholars before me, especially linguists, have pointed out the unusual and non-Polynesian origin words that remain in today's spoken language of Easter Island. So I decided to compare these words with the major languages of Asia, America and Europe, including the ancient Greek.                                                   ..........................................................
(AWAKENING comment: POLYNESIA (Greek pronunciation: 'Poli-nisia', which means "Πολλά νησιά" - MANY (lots of) ISLANDS), just like MICRONESIA (Gr. pron. 'Mikro-nisia' - "Mικρά Νησιά" - SMALL ISLANDS), NEW GUINEA (Gr. pron. 'Nea Guinea' - "Νέα Γουινέα" - Νέα Ιωνία {New Ionian or Yunan (ancient Greek race)}), MELANESIA (Gr. pron. 'Mela-nisia' - comes from the Greek words: "Μέλανα νησιά" and it means 'Dark' or 'Black Islands', probably allready black people lived there), and the list goes on.... 
PHILIPPINES (Islands of Philippos- ancient Greek King _not the father of Alexander the Great, elder..), INDONESIA (Islands of the Indus - from India, that obviously had gotten there before), e.t.c...
The inhabitants of those places remember their ancient roots and still keep the Greek names and words in their language - inside ASIA!!.) 
                                               ..................................................

 N. Biska: Have you studied the Greek language in the past?
NORS S. JOSEPHSON: I 've studied modern Greek and I have basic knowledge of etymology and the grammatical structure of ancient Greek. Furthermore, for eight years I am studying the languages of the Pacific.
N. Biska: What emanates your interest for this specific study?
NORS S. JOSEPHSON: As linguist and a musician, I am fascinated by the sonic types and the use of language as well as the role of music as a vehicle of communication. Ever since I visited the Easter Island in 1978, I decided to investigate the spoken language in order to find possible cultural roots of ancient civilizations.
N. Biska: How many years spent in studying and what are your main conclusions?
NORS S. JOSEPHSON: It took me about eight years to finish my first book, «Greek Linguistic Elements in The Polynesian Languages-Hellenicum Pacificum» which was published in 1987. Then for the next five years I worked for the new and enhanced version of my book, which is about to be published these days, again by the German University of Heidelberg (C. Winter Universitatsverlag, Heidelberg, Germany). My main conclusions are summarized in that eastern Polynesian languages (in particular the language of Easter Island) have an important substrate grammatical structure and words that have their roots in the ancient Greek language(!!) and particularly its archaic types. Moreover, the culture of Easter Island has many ancient Greek(!!) and Egyptian originals, which are being referred extensively in the newest version of my book.
N. Biska: The Greek penetration to the islands happened, through Peru-Bolivia ? How do you explain the Greek cultural influence not only to Polynesia but also to Peru, as you suggest in your book?
NORS S. JOSEPHSON: The Greeks who colonized the eastern Polynesia, probably originated from what is modern Peru and Bolivia, as the culture of Easter Island has had numerous similarities to those areas during the pre-Incan era. In addition, ocean waves are moving westwards from the coast of Peru to the south-eastern Polynesia. These Greek-speaking inhabitants were speaking ancient Greek, and also brought an ancient Greek culture (in addition to many Egyptian elements), which is reminiscent of Cyprus and the Cyclades islands, including Naxos and Melos over the same period.
(AWAKENING comment:
                   The "Greek" tribe of Ainu in Japan!
05/08/13

   Many prominent scientists, among them a professor of anthropology at the University of Phoenix, Dr. Thomas S. Anderson, argues that the Ionians arrived in Japan in 7000 B.C. and used the island Hokkaido as base for the colonization of America, which must have happened around 6500 B.C.
   During their journey, they must have reached an island of the Hawaii islands complex.
For this and have stayed there several Greek words like “Aetos” eagles –(Aitos-“Αετός” = Eagle in Greek), which in Hawaiian means EAGLE also.
   The Ionians, then, must have been divided into two groups. The first group headed to the north. These were the Ionians Bacchus, while the second group headed to the south, they was called Ionians Ekatei.
   The Ionians Backhoe were renamed to Ionavakchio, which, later, with linguistic paraphrases became today's Navajo, the most civilized people of the North American Indians. They gave the current U.S. place names such as river POTAMOK, derived from the Greek word RIVER (‘Potamos’=“Ποταμός” in Greek).
   Unlike them, the Ionians Ekatei, were renamed with the passage of centuries in Inkateis, which in linguistic evolution became later the Incas, the most civilized people in S. America.
   The ancestors of the Incas had established many cities, as the city Titouanko, and no scientist until today can’t explain how their inhabitants disappeared..
   Renowned paleontologist and Aeronautics Professor of University of Michigan, Dr. Hugo Weaving, was able lately to decode the writing of the inhabitants of that mysterious city and concluded that it was a Greek dialect, such as Aeolic dialect of the inhabitants of Thessaly and Mytilene (Greek places).
   What happens now?
   The Professor of history of the University of Massachusetts Dr. Don Davis explained that the townspeople of Titouanko did not disappeared without traces in a natural disaster, epidemic, or war, because the inhabitants had such a developed culture, they we were able to colonize space.
    And so dissappeared the mysterious Andean culture, overnight… )...

Continuing...
N. Biska: Do you reject the hypothesis that the Greek cultural influence is even earlier?
NORS S. JOSEPHSON: There are linguistic and archaeological evidence (presented in the new edition of my book), that it is possible that multiple migrations took place towards ancient Peru and the Easter Island. For example, the architecture of the Inca wall construction using "zigzag" and trapezoidal entrances, is reminiscent of the Mycenaean prototypes. So I believe Greek migrations in South America may have been even earlier.
N.Biska: How do you explain the possible spread of the Greeks on such a scale in ancient times?
NORS S. JOSEPHSON: Greek immigration in Sicily, southern Italy and parts of Spain was possible thanks to the numerous innovations in shipbuilding and navigation systems. Moreover, the Greek trade with England (which appears to date from 1000 BC) made the Greek navigators acquainted with the Straits of Gibraltar (the so-called "Pillars of Hercules") and the coast of Morocco. From this point on the southwest flows could easily transported the ships around the Caribbean or off the northern coast of South America close to the pre-Inca cultural centers of Peru and Bolivia.
N. Biska: And the influence of ancient Greek music? Can you identify common elements between the Polynesian and Greek music?
NORS S. JOSEPHSON: My new book contains a chapter on ancient music of Easter Island, which was rescued by Ramon Campbell in 1960 and was published in his book «La herencia musical Rapanui». There are many parallel elements between the older music of Easter Island and the melodies of Nazca in southern Peru on the one hand and the ancient Greek music on the other.
N. Biska: What are the reactions of the academic community in the version of your book?
NORS S. JOSEPHSON: The minimum academic reactions I received were mixed. From Greece I had a particularly enthusiastic reception of my study by Professor University of Thessaloniki, Mr. T. Kazakos, etc...
N. Biska: What is the contribution of ancient Greek thought and culture?
NORS S. JOSEPHSON: The Greek culture has contributed in a unique way to promote culture, political systems, education and technology. It set the stage for the dramatic art and music of the West. Without the Greek civilization we wouldnt know the culture as it exists today.
  
Pr. Nors S. Giozefson after an eight-year survey summarized his findings in the book:  «Greek Linguistic Elements in The Polynesian Languages-Hellenicum Pacificum»



N. Biska: How did you discover greek linguistic elements in the languages of Polynesia? 
NORS S. JOSEPHSON: I have always had a keen interest in the ancient civilization of the Easter Island. I visited the island and later I traveled to Polynesia, where I myself have gathered dictionaries and word lists of Polynesian languages. Many scholars before me, especially linguists, have pointed out the unusual and non-Polynesian origin words that remain in today's spoken language of Easter Island. So I decided to compare these words with the major languages of Asia, America and Europe, including the ancient Greek.
    ..........................................................
(AWAKENING comment: POLYNESIA (Greek pronunciation: 'Poli-nisia', which means "Πολλά νησιά" - MANY (lots of) ISLANDS), just like MICRONESIA (Gr. pron. 'Mikro-nisia' - "Mικρά Νησιά" - SMALL ISLANDS), NEW GUINEA (Gr. pron. 'Nea Guinea' - "Νέα Γουινέα" - Νέα Ιωνία {New Ionian or Yunan (ancient Greek race)}), MELANESIA (Gr. pron. 'Mela-nisia' - comes from the Greek words: "Μέλανα νησιά" and it means 'Dark' or 'Black Islands', probably allready black people lived there), and the list goes on.... 
PHILIPPINES (Islands of Philippos- ancient Greek King _not the father of Alexander the Great, elder..), INDONESIA (Islands of the Indus - from India, that obviously had gotten there before), e.t.c...
The inhabitants of those places remember their ancient roots and still keep the Greek names and words in their language - inside ASIA!!.) 
             .................................................
N. Biska: Have you studied the Greek language in the past?
NORS S. JOSEPHSON: I 've studied modern Greek and I have basic knowledge of etymology and the grammatical structure of ancient Greek. Furthermore, for eight years I am studying the languages of the Pacific.
N. Biska: What emanates your interest for this specific study?
NORS S. JOSEPHSON: As linguist and a musician, I am fascinated by the sonic types and the use of language as well as the role of music as a vehicle of communication. Ever since I visited the Easter Island in 1978, I decided to investigate the spoken language in order to find possible cultural roots of ancient civilizations.
N. Biska: How many years spent in studying and what are your main conclusions?
NORS S. JOSEPHSON: It took me about eight years to finish my first book, «Greek Linguistic Elements in The Polynesian Languages-Hellenicum Pacificum» which was published in 1987. Then for the next five years I worked for the new and enhanced version of my book, which is about to be published these days, again by the German University of Heidelberg (C. Winter Universitatsverlag, Heidelberg, Germany). My main conclusions are summarized in that eastern Polynesian languages (in particular the language of Easter Island) have an important substrate grammatical structure and words that have their roots in the ancient Greek language(!!) and particularly its archaic types. Moreover, the culture of Easter Island has many ancient Greek(!!) and Egyptian originals, which are being referred extensively in the newest version of my book.
N. Biska: The Greek penetration to the islands happened, through Peru-Bolivia ? How do you explain the Greek cultural influence not only to Polynesia but also to Peru, as you suggest in your book?
NORS S. JOSEPHSON: The Greeks who colonized the eastern Polynesia, probably originated from what is modern Peru and Bolivia, as the culture of Easter Island has had numerous similarities to those areas during the pre-Incan era. In addition, ocean waves are moving westwards from the coast of Peru to the south-eastern Polynesia. These Greek-speaking inhabitants were speaking ancient Greek, and also brought an ancient Greek culture (in addition to many Egyptian elements), which is reminiscent of Cyprus and the Cyclades islands, including Naxos and Melos over the same period.

(AWAKENING comment:
                   The "Greek" tribe of Ainu in Japan!
05/08/13
   Many prominent scientists, among them a professor of anthropology at the University of Phoenix, Dr. Thomas S. Anderson, argues that the Ionians arrived in Japan in 7000 B.C. and used the island Hokkaido as base for the colonization of America, which must have happened around 6500 B.C.
   During their journey, they must have reached an island of the Hawaii islands complex.
For this and have stayed there several Greek words like “Aetos” eagles –(Aitos-“Αετός” = Eagle in Greek), which in Hawaiian means EAGLE also.
   The Ionians, then, must have been divided into two groups. The first group headed to the north. These were the Ionians Bacchus, while the second group headed to the south, they was called Ionians Ekatei.
   The Ionians Backhoe were renamed to Ionavakchio, which, later, with linguistic paraphrases became today's Navajo, the most civilized people of the North American Indians. They gave the current U.S. place names such as river POTAMOK, derived from the Greek word RIVER (‘Potamos’=“Ποταμός” in Greek).
   Unlike them, the Ionians Ekatei, were renamed with the passage of centuries in Inkateis, which in linguistic evolution became later the Incas, the most civilized people in S. America.
   The ancestors of the Incas had established many cities, as the city Titouanko, and no scientist until today can’t explain how their inhabitants disappeared..
   Renowned paleontologist and Aeronautics Professor of University of Michigan, Dr. Hugo Weaving, was able lately to decode the writing of the inhabitants of that mysterious city and concluded that it was a Greek dialect, such as Aeolic dialect of the inhabitants of Thessaly and Mytilene (Greek places).
   What happens now?
   The Professor of history of the University of Massachusetts Dr. Don Davis explained that the townspeople of Titouanko did not disappeared without traces in a natural disaster, epidemic, or war, because the inhabitants had such a developed culture, they we were able to colonize space.
   And so dissappeared the mysterious Andean culture, overnight… )...

Continuing...
N. Biska: Do you reject the hypothesis that the Greek cultural influence is even earlier?
NORS S. JOSEPHSON: There are linguistic and archaeological evidence (presented in the new edition of my book), that it is possible that multiple migrations took place towards ancient Peru and the Easter Island. For example, the architecture of the Inca wall construction using "zigzag" and trapezoidal entrances, is reminiscent of the Mycenaean prototypes. So I believe Greek migrations in South America may have been even earlier.
N.Biska: How do you explain the possible spread of the Greeks on such a scale in ancient times?
NORS S. JOSEPHSON: Greek immigration in Sicily, southern Italy and parts of Spain was possible thanks to the numerous innovations in shipbuilding and navigation systems. Moreover, the Greek trade with England (which appears to date from 1000 BC) made the Greek navigators acquainted with the Straits of Gibraltar (the so-called "Pillars of Hercules") and the coast of Morocco. From this point on the southwest flows could easily transported the ships around the Caribbean or off the northern coast of South America close to the pre-Inca cultural centers of Peru and Bolivia.
N. Biska: And the influence of ancient Greek music? Can you identify common elements between the Polynesian and Greek music?
NORS S. JOSEPHSON: My new book contains a chapter on ancient music of Easter Island, which was rescued by Ramon Campbell in 1960 and was published in his book «La herencia musical Rapanui». There are many parallel elements between the older music of Easter Island and the melodies of Nazca in southern Peru on the one hand and the ancient Greek music on the other.
N. Biska: What are the reactions of the academic community in the version of your book?
NORS S. JOSEPHSON: The minimum academic reactions I received were mixed. From Greece I had a particularly enthusiastic reception of my study by Professor University of Thessaloniki, Mr. T. Kazakos, etc...
N. Biska: What is the contribution of ancient Greek thought and culture?
NORS S. JOSEPHSON: The Greek culture has contributed in a unique way to promote culture, political systems, education and technology. It set the stage for the dramatic art and music of the West. Without the Greek civilization we wouldnt know the culture as it exists today.

   Pr. Nors S. Giozefson after an eight-year survey summarized his findings in the book:  «Greek Linguistic Elements in The Polynesian Languages-Hellenicum Pacificum».
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