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Brit-Am Now no. 1598
Movement of the Ten Tribes of Israel.

15 November 2010, 7 Kislev 5771.
Contents:
1.
Orjan Svensson: Theo Vennemann and Semitic Europa.
2. Visits to Brit-Am Site by Country (may not be Accurate).
3. Old Irish and the Phoenician Language.


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1. Orjan Svensson: Theo Vennemann and Semitic Europa
Shalom,

Are you aware of the work "Europa Vasconica, Europa Semitica"? I recently stumbled on it on the Internet.

See for example:
http://www.amazon.com/Vasconica-Europa
-Semitica-Linguistics-Studies-
Monographs/dp/311017054X

Extract:
The Atlantic people, a branch of the Semitidic, or Hamito-Semitic, or Afro-Asiatic, or simply Semitic family explored and settled along the West coast of Europe and particularly in the Solent, Ireland, Scotland, Denmark. In Ireland, according to Vennemann they caused the shift from SVO [Subject-Verb-Object] word order to VSO [Verb-Subject-Object] word order and in the Germanic area they introduced a lot of super-structural [added on, additional?] words. He proves it again by showing that many words having to do with the sea, or military activities can be traced to a Semitic origin. His etymology of the Solent [strait separating the Isle of Wight from the mainland of England] is convincing, but the rest is less convincing. He says these Semitidic or Atlantic people brought megalithic constructions.
Regards,
Orjan


Brit-Am Reply:
We have prepared a short article on the theories of Professor Venneman.
It should be available within a day or two.
We show how the researches of Venneman and his conclusions overlap with those of Brit-Am, and help confirm them.



2. Visits to Brit-Am Site by Country (may not be Accurate):

(1. More than 50% USA
(2. Norway
(3. Australia
(4. Canada
(5. Netherlands
(6. UK
(7. Israel
(8. Germany
(9. South Africa
(10. France
(11. Finland
(12. Sweden
(13. Italy
(14. Mongolia
(15. Russian Federation
(16. New Zealand



3. Old Irish and the Phoenician Language
Background:
The inhabitants of Tyre and Sidon and other cities along the Levantine coast (Israel, Lebanon, Syria) were settled by Canaanites who mixed in with other peoples became known as the Phoenicians.
 A group of Phoenicians from Tyre in Lebanon  settled in what is now Tripoli in North Africa.
They founded Carthage which at one stage had a great maritime Empire of its own and seriously challenged Rome.
The Phoenicians and Carthaginians identified themselves as of Canaanite stock.
Israelite tribes (e.g. Dan, Asher, Naphtali) were sometimes confused with them.
Stephen Collins identifies the Carthaginians as basically Israelites but we think otherwise.
At all events the Phoenicians and Carthaginians spoke a language that was similar to Hebrew and also influenced the Hebrew speech of the Ten Tribes before their exile.

Similarities between Phoenician and Old Irish as noted in the extract below may be attributed to Israelite Origins.

The Canaanite-CELTIC CONNECTION
http://phoenicia.org/hebceltconn.html
Extract:
LANGUAGE LINK

In the 18th century, historians discovered exciting proof of Phoenician-Celtic ties. An ancient Roman dramatist, Titus
Maccius Plautus (died 184 B.C.) wrote a play, the Penulus, in which he placed then-current Phoenician into the speech of one of his characters. In the 18th century, linguists noticed the great similarity between that Phoenician and the early Irish Celtic language. In the adjacent box is a sample given by historian Thomas Moore's, History of Ireland, showing the connection between these languages. Leading 18th and 19th century scholars, such as Gen. Charles Vallancey, Lord Rosse, and Sir William Betham, also wrote on this subject. Vallancey, for instance, speaks of, "The great affinity found in many words, nay whole lines and sentences of this speech, between the Punic [Phoenician] and the Irish."

George
Rawlinson, Phoenicia, p. 327

THE SIMILARITY BETWEEN THE EARLY IRISH-CELTIC AND THE SECOND CENTURY, B.C., Phoenician LANGUAGE, AS SHOWN BY THE
PENULUS OF PLAUTUS:

PHOENICIAN OF
PLAUTUS:
Byth lym mo thym nociothii nel ech an ti daisc machon
Ys i do iebrim thyfe lyth chy lya chon temlyph ula.

EARLY IRISH-CELTIC:
Beth
liom' mo thime nociaithe, niel ach an ti dairie mae coinne
Is
i de leabhraim tafach leith, chi lis con teampluibh ulla.

In 1772, General Charles
Vallancey, a leading Irish scholar of the day, published his famous work, "Essay On The Antiquity Of The Irish Language, Being A Collation Of The Irish With The Phoenician Punic Language." In his opening remarks he states, "On a collation of the Irish with the Celtic, Punic [Carthaginian], and Phoenician languages, the strongest affinity, (nay a perfect Identity in very many Words) will appear; it may therefore be deemed a Punic-Celtic compound."





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