AA  Vol.7 No.4 , November 2017
The Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic Language Was Created by Sumerian Turks
Abstract: The “phonetic sound value of each and every hieroglyphic picture’s expressed and intended meaning as a verb or as a noun by the creators of the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic picture symbols, exactly matches’, the same meaning” as well as the “first letter of the corresponding meaning of the Turkish word’s first syllablewith the currently spoken dialects of the Turkish language. The exact intended sound value as well as the meaning of hieroglyphic pictures as nouns or verbs is individually and clearly expressed in the original hieroglyphic pictures. This includes the 30 hieroglyphic pictures of well-known consonants as well as some vowel sounds-of the language of the ancient Egyptians. There is no exception to this rule. Statistical and probabilistic certainty beyond any reasonable doubt proves the Turkish language connection. The hieroglyphic pictures match with 2 variables (the phonetic value and intended meaning). 1) Each hieroglyphic picture’s known phonetic value through the Coptic language was proven by Champollion in 1822 (Champollion (1836), Robinson (2013)) who had well-known and unchallenged expertise in the Coptic language. 2) The phonetic value of each and every hieroglyphic picture matches with the corresponding meaning of the Turkish word’s first letter or even entire letters of the first syllable in certain cases, consonant or vowel. The exact intended meaning of the hieroglyphic picture as a noun or as a verb matches with the Turkish dialects. This is the case for all 30 hieroglyphic pictures. No other spoken language can approach this match.
Cite this paper: Gündüz, M. (2017) The Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic Language Was Created by Sumerian Turks. Advances in Anthropology, 7, 197-250. doi: 10.4236/aa.2017.74013.

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