[Split Thread] Prometheus of Linguistics
Posted: 23 Aug 2020 04:30
I got to tell you, though, I am the modern Prometheus if there ever was one. I, me, myself, did steal fire from Olympus with my BA Linguistics.
I have studied and made major discoveries in such famous languages that it would make your head spin. Watch this:
I am probably the most advanced expert in all 50 known hieroglyphic (logographic) writing systems to ever exist. I compare them all and that's the secret, that's how I get the insights into their secrets and mechanics. These include Egyptian Hieroglyphic, Mayan Hieroglyphic, Cuneiform, and Classical Chinese, the very first written languages, spanning thousans of years.
I am also one of 10 skilled scholars to work on the second most important historical Indian language, the first being Mayan Hieroglyphic: 1600s Massachusett, the language of the famous "First Thanksgiving Indians".
I am one of few skilled scholars to do work on the oldest written language or Iran, Elamite, which is named in Acts 2 of the Bible and some other places.
I am probably a unique expert on all 20 ancient languages of the Bible, by the way, and on English language Bible translation.
And then anything you could ever know about ancient languages, I have studied almost all those languages to a notable extent. And then many very obscure languages on top of that.
But the real glory of my studies is secrets I've learned along the way and good luck I've encountered. Which is not the sort of thing, unfortunately, which one should make any more explicit.
So I can recommend linguistics combined with ancient language studies and world travel. But I know there's pitfalls in each. So what I've said, that's the most benevolent and universally applicable thing that comes to mind. I know for me, myself, my situation is not one that anyone could guess. But you asked what you asked without further specification, so here I've given some replies which might be a good match.