Khazarian Mysteries: What do Russian, Polish, Kossack, Jewish, English and Asian Names Have in Common?
Dear readers, this is the last post of the 3 I promised today. I’m practically on vacation mode and I’ll see you all again next week. Please read, like and share all three of these new posts! Don’t overlook any! This article is of a lighter tone than the other two. See Post 1 and Post 2.
Mysteries of Linguistics: What do Russian, Polish, Serb, Kossack, Jewish, English, Italian and Asian names have in common?
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Posted on July 1, 2014, in Books, Forbidden History, Forbidden Linguistics and tagged ancient Rus, comparative linguistics, distortions of history, eastern european last names, English names origins, history of languages, jewish last names, khazarian, Lada Ray, linguistical mysteries, linguistics, Polish language, Russian language, Slavic languages. Bookmark the permalink. 19 Comments.