A twist of fate: turkic language family Urheimat (birthplace) is close to Taș Tepeler !?

From The Urheimat of the Nostratic Languages http://alterling.ucoz.de/index/the_urheimat_of_the_nostratic_languages/0-22

Earlier, using the graphical-analytical method, we found the Turkic Urheimat in the South Caucasus (see The Nostratic languages. ) and then localized the habitats of Turkic tribes speaking particular dialects, originated from the common parent Turkic language, in East Europe (see The uprising of the Turkic Languages) .

South Caucasus is the same area of Circassian/Adyghe megaliths also of God aTha cross: https://www.wikiwand.com/en/Adyghe_Xabze https://aratta.wordpress.com/2013/10/16/adyghe-circassian-habze/amp

From The Relationship of the Altaic and Turkic languages. http://alterling.ucoz.de/index/the_relationship_of_the_altaic_and_turkic_languages/0-19 << Earlier, using the graphical-analytical method, we found the Turkic Urheimat in the South Caucasus (see The Nostratic languages. ) and then localized the habitats of Turkic tribes speaking particular dialects, originated from the common parent Turkic language, in East Europe (see The uprising of the Turkic Languages) . Only to the end of the 3rd mill BC the most part of Turkic tribes crossed the Don and dispersed in the Volga river basin, the Northern Caucasus, and further in the steppes of Kazakhstan. In such way they arrived to Altai. Such assertion contradicts Altaic theory of the origin Turkic languages based upon the fact of common features between the Turkic and Mongolic languages. But these common features can have other explanation as genetic relationship. >>

For the place of origin of Altaic and Turkic languages, further searching must be made; from the above paper: “The Proto-Turkic language quite well fit to the general model of relationship of the Altaic languages what can say about their common genetic origin. For the final clarification of the issue, it is needed to find the territory of arising of the Altaic languages. As the graph has only five knots, it can be placed on different places in Europe or Asia. To facilitate the search for the exact location, we have to construct the separate models of relationship of the Mongolic and Manchu-Tungus languages, which number is enough for the confident placing them on assumed places of Ethno-generating areas . Having received such survey, it will be easier to establish the place of formation of the other Altaic languages”

Another relation of altaic family with the folowing people on the area, sumerians:

https://www.researchgate.net › 2721…Yet Another Suggestion about the Origins of the Sumerian Language Evangelos Papakitsos Ioannis Kenanidis《Sumerian as an ancient r-Altaic language.

Close or on the same area followed sumerians: From https://dokument.pub/gbekli-tepe-genesis-of-the-gods-the-temple-of-the-watchers-and-the-discovery-of-eden-by-andrew-collins-graham-hancoc-flipbook-pdf.html https://dokument.pub>gbdkl…PDFgobegli_tepe-genesis_of_the_gods-DOKUMENT.PUB ABODE OF THE GODS 《The mythologies of these great civilizations speak clearly of wisdom bringers and creator gods responsible for the formation of the earliest towns, cities, canals, walled enclosures, and irrigation channels—and even of humankind. Named as the Anunnaki, these anthropomorphic, or humanlike, gods are said to have emerged from a primeval mound called Duku, situated on a cosmic mountain named Kharsag, beneath which was the world of mortal human beings. Klaus Schmidt believes that Göbekli Tepe had a direct impact on the myths and legends regarding the Anunnaki, and that the site could be the role model for the original Duku mound. Indeed, he goes further, as Andrew points out in this book, by hinting at a connection between Göbekli Tepe and biblical traditions concerning the Garden of Eden, and perhaps even the very human angels of Hebrew mythological tradition known as the Watchers. CULT OF THE VULTURE A deep look at the description of the Watchers and their offspring, the Nephilim, in ancient Jewish texts such as the book of Enoch makes it clear that these mythical creatures were not incorporeal angels, but flesh and blood human beings with very distinct shamanistic qualities. They are occasionally said to wear dark, iridescent cloaks, or feather coats, and on occasion they take flight like birds, echoing the presence among the earliest proto-Neolithic communities of the Near East of a cult of death and rebirth focused on scavenger birds such as the vulture. As Andrew points out, at Göbekli Tepe, as well as at the nine-thousandyear-old Neolithic city of Çatal Höyük in southern-central Turkey, there are abstract representations of vultures with articulated legs. Either they are shamans 》

http://alterling2.narod.ru › E…DOCPrimary Settling of Europe and Caucasus Valentyn Stetsyuk, Lviv; Ukraine http://alterling.ucoz.de/index/primary_settling_of_europe_and_caucasus/0-6

From https://emekurnet.wordpress.com/

” the Fertile Crescent was a linguistic mosaic with higher population densities than its surroundings and a long history of ancient cultural innovations, including agriculture. Languages expanded from it, not into it. It is pointless to look for the origins of Indo-European in the first farmers of Anatolia, who spoke Hattic before the Hittites arrived. Neither could the Neolithic peoples of the Levant have spoken Afro-Asiatic, the only Eurasian branch of which (Semitic) having reached the area in relatively recent times. We will never know the language of PPNA, and there might have been many. Perhaps the dwellers of Çatal Höyuk and worshippers at  Göbekli Tepe spoke an ancestor of Hattic, or perhaps it was yet another language that contributed to the huge diversity of this ancient cultural mosaic.” https://images.app.goo.gl/uviPnB2J8JZj5mFT9

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