Eurasian "Lingua Franca" and the North Indian Linear script

Prof. Dr. Pál Fejes
Hungary

Summary: 
There is no doubt that in our remote past, before the "upheaval of languages" by the Lord, the people in the Edenic EEGAR.I had spoken a common language. According to Sumerian traditions this was the EEM.EESSAL, the language of women. It is easy to show that EEM.EESSAL means "SSEEKEL + MAG.GAR" (i.e. "székely + magyar"), thus, this is the authentic name of the Eurasian lingua franca which, by the EESSA-exodus at about 44.5 kyr BC, was the common language of the fugitives. It was widely distributed and lasted till about 20 kyr BC.

To the common language belonged a sacral syllabic writing system, originating also from the ancient motherland, in North India, near or around the modern city MUZAFFAR NAGAR, 80 km North from DELHI. The relics of this script are to be found on clay tablets and boulders in form of petroglyphs, dispersed throughout the (then) habitable territories of Earth, proving both the reality of the ancient migration and common origin of the writing itself, as well. The author spent about 30 years with the study of this ancient Hungarian language and writing, called "North Indian linear writing system" (according to M. Gimbutas: "ancient European linear signs") and gives various examples with transliterations and translations from the territory of TASSILI (in Algeria), Pylos (Greece), Crete (the Disk of Phaestos), Provence and Boitia(Greece).

The texts, without exception, describe the biblical story of KAIN and ABEL, the annihilation of the Edenic motherland by fire and Flood (the DELUGE!) caused by the revolt of the treacherous (HA)N.EEG (later:"Nyék") HU.TU tribe living at that time near to the junction of the rivers Chenab and Ravi (currently in Pakistan) which became later the cradle of the HARAPPA culture. In the attack the king and military leader of "EEL" (meaning "SAR.REET.TO.HON.HA") had lost his life. He had been called: HAR.I.I.BAD. We know this name as Árpád who was the leader of the 7 Hungarian tribes participating in the Land-taking in the Carpathian Basis, in 896 AC.