The first settlements of the fugitives of the ESSAA-Exodus: Sumer. In the focus: The language, the hieroglyphic and the cuneiform writuing and the migration of magicians

Prof. Dr. Pál Fejes
Hungary

Summary: 
The author tackled a hard (and “sensitive”) task: after painstaking studies arrived at such recognitions and summarised them in this publication which were either not known, or wrongly known even for the specialists of the theme.
In the introduction, on 11 pages, he gives an overview on the population map of Earth at the end of the SSET age (c. 40 000 B.C.) emphasizing the importance of some “marks” (like imprints of the human palm [to be seen on cave walls], megaliths, cyclops walls, linguistic stereotypes related to the ancient maternity home [SAR.REED, EESSA.HAR.REED] etc.) occurring over the whole globe from Australia to Patagonia, which are characteristic of the oldest and greatest migration of human history, that of Homo sapiens sapiens: the EESSA-exodus.
The exodus commenced in the region of the (Indian) city: MUZAFFAR in c. 44 600 B.C.; spread over the whole Earth in a well recognisable fashion, concerning both its direction and (historical) time, reaching the “end of the world”, Patagonia, about 4600 years later.
The people of the exodus was not Scythic (as thought in the 19. century), but EEM.EESSAL = EEM.HUL = “SSEEGEL.I – MAGAR”. The Sumerians were active participants of this migration and settled in their new home, in the delta of the rivers Euphrates and Tigris already in the ‘ADAM age (c. 44 200 B.C.)
In order to support his views, a number of archaeological relics carrying ancient NILW texts (a combination of a syllabic writing together with hieroglyphs) are shown by the author, with precise transliterations and translations. The most up-to-date genetic results (published by O. Semino and co-workers in the Science, in 2000) are in full unison with the conclusions drawn from the epigraphic and linguistic analyses.
The historical dates are derived from the biblical and (Egyptian) dynastic time-determinants (‘ADAM, SSET, ENOS, KENAN etc., or EEM.EEN.EES, EEM.EEN.EEG etc.). Their reality has got a very strong support from the recognition that the Egyptian “life symbol”: ‘AN.H (carried in the right hand of Menes, founder of the 1st dynasty) could be found among the relics of the Burrow’s cave, too (probably) in Illinois state (US) “embedded” in a well defined historical medium corresponding unequivocally to the ‘ADAM age. Thereby the whole “fabric” of the Egyptian history became dubious!
It was a fairly shocking recognition, as well, that the word “SSEGEEL”, written by NILW signs, could be found on a petroglyph in GEBAL (today Syria).
The epic of Ugarit: “The marriage of NIKKAL” (after a careful linguistic analysis) revealed the name of the six tribes involved in the ESSA-exodus. This information is hidden in the names of the “six girls of the Crescent” together with the names of their settlings. The names were identical with those of the Land-takers who occupied the Carpathian Basin after c. 44 500 years (in 896 A.D.) The 7th tribe of the Land-takers, “Nyék”, was not represented among the previous six, thus, it became obvious, they were the tribe of KAIN, who “rebelled against the king HAR.I.I.BAD”.
The unabridged name of the Sumerians was: EESSU.HUM.EEM.EER.(EEG) as proven by a number of linguistic analyses.
The Sumerians (similarly to other nations) used the NIL writing until about 16 000 B.C. For an indefinite period of time (about 11-12 000 years) they introduced the cuneiform writing, type 1 (“sentence writing”) which could be read as an ancient NILW text, apart from the elimination of the uncertainty in the reading direction. In about 4500 B.C. appeared the syllabic cuneiform writing, type 2, operating with about 800-850 signs, but it was hieroglyphic (each sign should have learned separately).
The enmities between the (Semitic) Accadians and Sumerians seriously influenced every aspect of their togetherness: the everyday life, religion, culture, language, thereby the literature etc. and eventually led to a dramatic end: the Sumerians had been ousted from their own land in c. 2000 B.C. About a few 100 000 peoples ought to have find new home by migrating in western and northern directions (“migration of the magicians”).
The author proves that the founder of the HITTITE Empire, ‘ANITTAS, was (in all probability) a Sumerian migrant.
The Sumerian exodus spread over the Balkans, the Carpathian Basin, Bavaria, the middle parts of France, moreover, over the Basques.
The gene mixing of the nations involved could be identified already in the last century by analysing the cephalic index. New results have been derived by the Italian researcher O. Semino and his co-workers, based on the analysis of the Eu19 haplotypes of non-recombining Y chromosomes.
The migration in northern direction populated the areas known as Chaldea and Georgia. After passing the Caucasus range, the wave turned to the east (Bashkiria, Juguria and Kazakhstan). In the cemeteries of these countries (especially in those located on the rim of the Tarim Basin, near to Qäwrighul) surprisingly well conserved mummies have been found, exhibiting European character. Thereby the possibility is given for anthropologists to find out how the Sumerians (men and women) did look like in c. 2000 B.C.