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Japanese related to Turkic or not?

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    Posted: 30 Jun 2011 at 17:24
Japanese language can be Turkic or can't? Japanese are originaly from Manchuia at east asia. it oughto be Altaic language?
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Some linguistists question about what language family Japanese and Korean might be of. There are some minor similarities between the Altaic family and Japanese which leads small number of linguistists to think of a possible connections between them.

But Turkists and Turanists take these thoughts and make a turanist propaganda out of them.


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Why a propaganda? those are facts many scaentis are working at this things. Americas natives are from turkic area of asia. there are dna test proofed they are very close to us. we need study amercian native language. Cheroke are like proto-turkic warrior tribes. cheroke mytalogy look alike turkic. Tengri was thier god. they have shaman familiar to turkic shaman.
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Amerindian languages are barely related to one another. Languages evolve quite fast compared to physical traits. They certainly don't correlate all that well with racial histories.
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Amerindian languages aren't similar among themselves at all. Maya has nothing in common with Cherokee and Arawak is not related to Mapuche at all. However, when I read Mapuche I have the feeling there is a close link with Japanese. But more likely is just a coincidence based on the similarities in pronounciation, word lenght and aglutination.
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Originally posted by Ergenekon Ergenekon wrote:

Why a propaganda? those are facts many scaentis are working at this things. Americas natives are from turkic area of asia. there are dna test proofed they are very close to us. we need study amercian native language. Cheroke are like proto-turkic warrior tribes. cheroke mytalogy look alike turkic. Tengri was thier god. they have shaman familiar to turkic shaman.


The closest relation of Amerindians found so far are with Siberian-Mongolian people of north East Asia. No doubt there is a relation but I don't think is very close at all. Chamanism and mythology have a common root, but I don't believe is much different from the shamanism of Polynesians, ancient Celts or Africans, either.

In mythology, for instance, there is no relation at all between the beliefs of some North American Indian peoples with the Aztecs or Mayans. The Andes peoples had other completely different mythology, and Mapuches another more.


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