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Did Iranians come from Armenia? The Pureness of Armenian Genotype

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  • Did Iranians come from Armenia? The Pureness of Armenian Genotype

    A great topic to show everyone that all the IE(icluding iranians) races originated from Armenia and about the pureness of the Armenian Genotype...

    Lets start off with this video

    A video made of 5 parts(watch all of them) proving that Armenia is the cradle of Civilizations...
    It's All About ARMENIA

    ՀԱՅԱՍՏԱՆ ԵՍ ՄԻ ԶԱՐԿՆ ԵՄ ՔՈ ԲԱԶԿԻ

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    Re: Did Iranians come from Armenia? The Pureness of Armenian Genotype

    A great video for our non-Armenian speakers
    It's All About ARMENIA

    ՀԱՅԱՍՏԱՆ ԵՍ ՄԻ ԶԱՐԿՆ ԵՄ ՔՈ ԲԱԶԿԻ

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      Re: Did Iranians come from Armenia? The Pureness of Armenian Genotype

      Another great video with english subs
      It's All About ARMENIA

      ՀԱՅԱՍՏԱՆ ԵՍ ՄԻ ԶԱՐԿՆ ԵՄ ՔՈ ԲԱԶԿԻ

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        Re: Did Iranians come from Armenia? The Pureness of Armenian Genotype

        Armenian Origins of Sumer


        Although several location throughout the Armenian Highlands hosted advanced civilizations that were much older than Sumer, international academia considers Sumer to be the world's first advanced human civilization. The Sumerians were not the world's oldest civilization. They were, however, the most advanced civilization in the ancient world. According to Sumerian texts, the Armenian Highlands were considered to be a sacred locality, a mythical place were gods dwelt. There are also strong indicators that Sumerians themselves had originated in the vicinity of the Armenian Highlands and were perhaps one of the survivors of a great flood that had occurred in the region.

        Some who are well versed in ancient history may have heard that the Sumerians spoke a "Turkic" language. The position by some western academics that Sumer was a Turkic language was simply based on the agglutinative characteristics of the language spoken in Sumer. Fortunately, modern linguistics and commonsense has now all but abolished the baseless "Turkic" theory. Sumerologists now believe that the language spoken in Sumer was either unique (has no relations to any known languages) or is a Caucasian language. Sadly, the old theories had given rise to Turkish wet dreams such as the "Sun Language Theory".

        Nonetheless, although historians today claim that they do not know where the Sumerians first originated, many Armenian historians claim that they originated within the Armenian Highlands. And the following is more-or-less their working theory:

        * If the general vicinity of the Armenian Highlands hosted the oldest known advanced human settlements on earth, settlements predating Sumerian settlements, then logic would dictate that Sumerians emerged from Asia Minor, or the Caucasus. Even before the dawn of Sumerian civilization, various localities within the Armenian Highlands such as Metsamor, Shenkavit, Karahunj, Catal Huyuk and Gobekli Tepe were already prominent cities known for their urban planning, art, theology, astronomy and metallurgy.

        * According to Sumerian texts, some of their national gods and goddesses had a close connection to the Armenian Highlands.

        * Sumerian beliefs suggest that they thought life originated within the Armenian Highlands. This belief is echoed by the Sumerian epic tale pertaining to the biblical great deluge.

        * Depictions of Sumerians resemble typical Armenian phenotypes.

        * Sumerians seem to have built pyramid shaped temples called ziggurats upon the flat topography of Mesopotamia (similar to the ancient Egyptians) primarily to mimic sacred mountains.

        * The famous Sumerian epic tale of ARATTA describes the cultural and economic relationship between Sumer and the Armenian Highlands.

        * Moreover, the Armenian language shares over a hundred words with the now extinct Sumerian language, evidence that the two contemporary nations had intimate contact with each other in the ancient world.
        It's All About ARMENIA

        ՀԱՅԱՍՏԱՆ ԵՍ ՄԻ ԶԱՐԿՆ ԵՄ ՔՈ ԲԱԶԿԻ

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          Re: Did Iranians come from Armenia? The Pureness of Armenian Genotype

          Youtube is fast becoming the natural home for nutters, It keeps them off the streets I suppose, and out of the asylums.

          Originally posted by haysip View Post
          Another great video with english subs
          A great video if you want the world to think that Armenians are a bunch of lunatics making claims that the first inhabitants of Britain were "Britons who came from Armenia". Do you actually believe nonsense like that?

          Originally posted by haysip View Post
          Another great video with english subs
          Proof that you don't have to look like a raving madman to spout mad nonsense. Heruni actually seems like an personable, intelligent old gentleman, until he starts to reveal crazy opinions, like the builders of Stonehenge and the pyramids were tought by Armenians.
          Last edited by bell-the-cat; 04-17-2011, 06:47 PM.
          Plenipotentiary meow!

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            Re: Did Iranians come from Armenia? The Pureness of Armenian Genotype

            Bell, who knows: maybe ethnic Atlants were originated from cats? Everything is possible
            Last edited by Mukuch; 04-18-2011, 06:54 AM.
            Death or Freedom!

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              Re: Did Iranians come from Armenia? The Pureness of Armenian Genotype

              Originally posted by bell-the-cat View Post
              Youtube is fast becoming the natural home for nutters ...A great video if you want the world to think that Armenians are a bunch of lunatics ....
              I don't usually find myself agreeing with you, but I will say this. I have respect for people's cultures - including the Armenian culture. But when one starts crafting stories about how Armenians were the founders of Britain on a thread called "Did Iranians come from Armenia?" people will think there's something seriously wrong. I was hoping to find some actual plausible theory worth learning about or discussing; but it seems pointless.
              I <3 Armenians! They're the best!

              LOLz
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                Re: Did Iranians come from Armenia? The Pureness of Armenian Genotype

                Originally posted by Persopolis View Post
                I don't usually find myself agreeing with you, but I will say this. I have respect for people's cultures - including the Armenian culture. But when one starts crafting stories about how Armenians were the founders of Britain on a thread called "Did Iranians come from Armenia?" people will think there's something seriously wrong. I was hoping to find some actual plausible theory worth learning about or discussing; but it seems pointless.
                Coming to an Armenian forum and saying that Armenians are Iranians is not the same?
                You should never argue with idiots because they will just drag you down to their level....then beat you with experience!!!!!!!

                "I disagree with what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it" Voltaire

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                  Re: Did Iranians come from Armenia? The Pureness of Armenian Genotype

                  Originally posted by KarotheGreat View Post
                  Coming to an Armenian forum and saying that Armenians are Iranians is not the same?
                  Obviously I agree that Iranians and Armenians are related -- that link is here: http://forum.hyeclub.com/showthread....n-Assimilation

                  My question was about the claim that Armenians were the founders of the U.K. - that's what I commented on. It seems unrealistic.
                  I <3 Armenians! They're the best!

                  LOLz
                  -Sig

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                    Re: Did Iranians come from Armenia? The Pureness of Armenian Genotype

                    Originally posted by Persopolis View Post
                    Obviously I agree that Iranians and Armenians are related -- that link is here: http://forum.hyeclub.com/showthread....n-Assimilation

                    My question was about the claim that Armenians were the founders of the U.K. - that's what I commented on. It seems unrealistic.
                    As historic neighbours, we naturally have connections in several spheres, but that doesn't make us part of Greater Iran or part of the "Iranian Family". Our culture, history, and people are still strictly separate and independent, and thank God it will continue that way.
                    Մեկ Ազգ, Մեկ Մշակույթ
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                    "Western Assimilation is the greatest threat to the Armenian nation since the Armenian Genocide."

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