Latin Alphabet & Etruscans of proto-Turkic origin! - 700 B.C. Marsiliana Tablet - Rasena





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Uploaded on Dec 13, 2009

This is only a non-scientific video for traffic purposes. So don't feel offended if you are not convinced with the content ;-) *You can also watch the scientific one.*

It is high Time to Rewrite History !!! Europe AWAKE !!!

The Turks taught Europeans to write and to govern themselves.

Tyrhennian Sea = Türkkan Sea
Etruscan = Rasena

Migration of the Etruscans: From Northern Kazakhstan to Central Europe (Insburg) and from there to North Italy and then to Rome (Uq Urum).

Turkic Etruscan Inventions:

Greco-Roman Wrestling
Emancipation of Woman
Modern Architecture
Alphabet (Tamga Writing System of Central Asian Turks)
First Horse Breeding in Europe
Highly advanced Metallurgy
Supply of Water (Aqueducts)
Data Processing System

* Linguistic Devices:

Decryption of Marsiliana Tablet consisting 26 Tamgas !! and not Letters:

"At ök oduç ebil uqunuşug olumun oquşunupult esinir ezisig uqusunuç."

The result is an Agglutinative Turkic Language !


Etruscan # Clan (Son) | Clen-ar (Sons) | Clen-ar-asi (the Sons)

Turkic # Oğul (Son) | Oğul-lar (Sons) | Oğul-lar-i (the Sons)

* Genetical Devices:

North Italian Population are the descendents of the Etruscans. And exactly 97% of this North Italian Genes are similar to the todays Turkish Population in West-Anatolia !

* Mythology Devices:

In the founding Myth of Rome, namely "Romulus and Remus" a She-Wolf suckled 2 little children.

This Myth is similar to the Turkic Version from Central Asia, namely the "Asena Legend", which is concerning the same plot: A She-Wolf named Asena suckled 1 little child.

As we can see the Etruscans took their name from this Legend of Asena, thats the reason why Etruscans called themselves Rasena.


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