It was so nice to see Christina George's word list across so many languages. But just like our DNA ultimately comes from Ethiopia where our earliest ancestors' fossils were unearthed 4.4 million, 3.2 million and 165,000 years ago, so does our language. We all speak the same words with slightly different pronunciation sound change.
Did you know you can make a list, as Christina did, including not only European languages, but also Asian, African, Middle Eastern, and Native American languages? It's true!
My Roots of Language book series takes a single set of nearly 100 basic words and show how we are all speaking the same language around the globe! So far the books have included the Ethiopian and hieroglyphic roots of...
* English Language
* Spanish Language
* German Language
* Hindi Language
* Japanese Language
* Chinese Language
* Russian Language
* Hebrew Language
And more to come, including Hawaiian, Chuj Mayan and Cherokee. All from the same word list, like Christina's did!
And my "Qal Roots of Male Names" and "Qal Roots of Female Names" books shows you the Ethiopian and hieroglyphic root words of your name in an ancient Egyptian name cartouche. Real hieroglyphic words that were written in ancient Egypt up to 5100 years ago!
You can see for yourself by going to http://slideshare.ancientgebts.org
where you can read all the books for free online!
Little did we know that all the world's languages originated from the same place that our DNA came from, Ethiopia. One world, one people, one language.