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Finnish language is ancestrally from Siberia, like other Uralic languages

By Mehmet Kurtkaya, Published on April 10, 2021

Finnish, like Hungarian, Estonian, Udmurt, Sami, as well as Samoyed languages from Siberia were known as Uralic languages because Western academics had established them as such. Uralic languages were said to have arisen around the Ural mountains, hence the name Uralic.

However, since 2016, archeogenetics research papers that study the history of ancient human populations, their migrations and mixing with other people have been showing that the speakers of these languages had arrived to Northern Europe from Siberia and not from the Urals.

In 2019, based on modern archeogenetic research, I suggested that both Uralic and Turkic languages are from Siberia: Uralic and Turkish

In September 2020, I had shown that Uralic languages are not from the Urals but from Siberia by adding new genetic research along with linguistic examples: Hungarian, Turkish and Finnish

In 2021, finally ancient human samples from Lake Baikal area confirmed that these people were ancestral to the people who migrated to Estonia and Finland and they belonged to haplogroup N (Y-haplogroup N-L1026, Nganasan-like genome) linked to Uralic languages and some Turkic speaking people like the Sakha/Yakut.

This final research made sure that Uralic languages are from Lake Baikal area, (and probably moved there from further East, near Northeastern China).

Based on this latest genetics research, Davidski of Eurogenes creator of a popular archeogenetics website, made two blog posts: Finally a Proto-Uralic genome and The Uralic cline with sample kra001 to which many amateurs and some academic archeogenetics researchers from around the world responded positively, except two guys who were quite unhappy with the scientific results.

These were two Finnish guys, apparently both Uralic studies researchers: Jaakko Häkkinen and someone who used the alias "Huck Finn". They were quickly ridiculed because of their constant rejection of the facts without giving any scientific evidence.

Why were these Finnish researchers unhappy with the fact that Finnish was ancestrally from Siberia?

They may have been frustrated since all their life they said Finnish was from the Urals and now this turned out to be false. Yet, that's only part of the story. Until the 1900s many Europeans considered Finns as Mongols

The reality is that Finns have both Indo-European and Siberian ancestry but their language is from Siberia.

Some Europeans see Hungarian and Finnish language speakers as outsiders, and Indo-European academics don't accept their languages being related to Uralic languages and in turn Uralic language academics don't accept their languages being related to Altaic languages.

In reality, what matters are cultures and languages as part of them, and not genes. Population Genetics is only important to determine the mixing and migrations of the people in ancient times, hence in constructing correct history of humanity.

Finns are among the best educated, well-read people in the world. They also have technology companies. They are ranked as the happiest people in the world. They have women as ministers and prime minister.

None of this will change because their language is proven to be brought by their ancient ancestors migrating from Siberia some 4000 years ago. And what's wrong about being from Siberia anyways?

Some Finns may be unhappy because of politics or some other reason, but I think some others will be curious about ancient history.

My only non-academic reader who provides suggestions is Finnish

I had included his twitter flood in one my online articles with the below quote:

"An avid reader of mythology Stig-Ove Madetoja has a twitter flood including bull and bee ancient mythological connection which is interesting in many levels."

One of the many interesting articles he suggested me, was an article by Alexander Dugin, a well-known Russian political researcher, mentioning the work of an unknown German scholar about the deep connection between human languages: Herman Wirth and the Sacred Proto-Language of Humanity: In Search of the Holy Grail of Meanings

Very interesting article with the Nordic Pole and the Celtic sun cross and the diagrams. I did not understand certain sections of the article like why it becomes winter when you go south from the arctic circle. Yet, I certainly understand the importance of the sun cycles and time. The mention of the first hieroglyph, the Nordic Year is also very telling.

Stig-Ove also suggested that my book may be translated to Finnish.

Finnish professor Simo Parpola, the world's top Sumerian scholar who have published the only etymological dictionary of the Sumerian language had established that Sumerian is related to Finnish. While he was wrong about the homeland of Uralic languages he is spot on with his Sumerian Finnish assesment. Sumerian is related to Hungarian, Turkish, Chinese, Dravidian, Basque, Indo European, Caucasian languages and many others.

I have been watching youtube travel, culture, history, language videos. Your suggestions are welcome, my suggestions are:

Our Dream White Christmas in Rovaniemi, Finnish Lapland | Santa Claus Village by American Stephen, Jess and Hunter, a full-time travelling family vloggers,

Swimming in Frozen Lake | Crazy Finnish Tradition by Finnish couple, Youtube channel by Anni Vuohensita

Winter Swimming Ice Lake Finland by Kalinda, experience of a first-timer who recently moved to Finland.

Living with the Dark Winters in Sweden | Midnight sun & Polar night by a popular youtuber from Northern Sweden, Jonna jinton

The beauty of a Swedish Winter by a Dutch woman who moved to Northern Sweden wilderness, her channel Nordic Herbal Shaman

Ice hole swimming in the coldest city on earth | Yakutsk - Russia The WHV Nomads, nice travel channel by two French nomads Steven and Pierre. Very cool video.

Finns call Finland Suomi, but it is said that noone knows where that word came from

This is the official story, however, Wiktionary Samoyed entry correctly identifies the link between the name "Samoyed" of Siberia, "Sami" people of Finland, with the word "Suomi":

"From Russian самое́д (samojéd), probably from Sami *saam-edne (“land of the people”); compare Finnish Suomi (“Finn”).[1][2] Proto-Balto-Slavic *źemē (“ground”)".

Moreover, the word Suomi is linked to the word "dʰéǵʰōm" which is Proto-Indo-European word for earth and human. Proto-Indo-European is the reconstructed ancestor of all Indo European languages. This word has a Turkish equivalent as I had already shown. So this Proto-Indo-European word is from Siberia due to its connection with both Uralic and Turkic languages.

By the way, at the moment I still use the word Uralic but it is incorrect as these languages are from Siberia.

Would Hungarians mind the fact that most of the founders of Hungary came from Siberia ?

Some might, but many would be OK with it, and some would be happy about it as the idea that the founders of Hungary were Uralic and Turkic people is already confirmed by other archeogenetics studies. See Sumerian Hungarian and also Hungarian American Prof. Peter Revesz' Youtube Channel on ancient languages like Minoan and Sumerian being related to Ugric.

Most Europeans, from Russia to England and Spain have ancient Siberian ancestry!

Ancient people from Siberia are one of the three ancestral contributors to modern Europeans, the others are called Western hunter gatherers who have very little North Eurasian/Siberian ancestry and Early European farmers who have migrated to Europe some 7000-5000 years ago from Anatolia/Turkey.

People have been mixing with each other since the dawn of humanity. We have firm, scientific evidence from archeogenetics which shows waves of migrations out of Siberia over the last 25,000 years at least. The most Siberian ancestry is found among Basque people in Spain. Basque language in the Southwestern corner of Europe is related to Japanese on the Easternmost point in Asia. See Origin of Languages

All Native Americans have migrated from Siberia to the Americas, including the indigeneous people of the Amazons.

Europeans are very ancient (20,000 years) cousins of the Native Americans.

An interesting video The Russian Far East Kamchatka - Volcanoes and indigenous cultures by WHV Nomads, two young French guys Steven and Pierre living one year in Yakutsk. Did they know that their Native language French have similarities with the people in Kamchatka? See: Chukotko-Kamchatkan Indo-European similarities by German scholar Gerhard Jager, using computer analysis.

There is no "Out of Siberia" that competes with "Out of Africa"

When I shared my online article Hungarian, Turkish and Finnish a twitter user was surprised and said: "I thought it ıt was "Out of Africa", now you are saying it is Out of Siberia?".

Certainly not.

Modern humans expanded into Eurasia more than 40,000 years ago following their dispersal out of Africa. They mixed with Neanderthals and some of those who migrated to Siberia and East Asia mixed with both Neanderthals and Denisovans.

Of all the places humans migrated to, Siberia became the most important place for migrations after Africa, because migrations out of Siberia continued for some 25,000 years until the early Middle Ages in the forms of Huns.

Needlesss to say, we are not talking about the same people migrating out of Siberia for that many years, rather diverse but related people who lived in Siberia did migrate from it. There were only two waves into it but the rest were out of it.

Siberia is the starting point of major human migration towards Eurasia, Americas and Africa and that happened after Out of Africa. Siberia the only region in history which has this unique character.

Alone with Wolves / Siberia Putorana plateau amazing documentary

BAIKAL LAKE, SIBERIA: Trip from Ulan-Ude to Irkutsk & Olkhon Island by Russian travel youtuber Dari Step. Very nice Moscow videos, Kazan, and travel videos from many other places in Russia and elsewhere.

Life in Yakutia by Sakha youtuber Maria Solko who makes videos about Culture, Food and Every Day Life in YAKUTIA - the coldest permanently inhabited place in the World.

Altai Mountains by Igor Ozherelyev

Indo-European languages are largely from Siberia too

As I have mentioned previously, not only Indo-Europeans have some Siberian ancestry but their languages are from Siberia too like the Uralic languages speakers'. These languages were spoken by the descendants of Eastern European Hunter gatherers (EHG) and Caucasian hunter gatherers (CHG) in Eastern Europe/Western Russia and both groups had Ancient Northern Eurasian (ANE) ancestry known from ancient samples from Lake Baikal and the Altai mountains in Siberia.

Language(s) of Ice Age Siberian Mammooth Hunters

Spread of Languages
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Origin and Spread of Languages on Eurasian Map based on my books and Genetics Research as of 2021

Two basic words in English are among the oldest in the world and go back 20000 years at least.

Hungarian has the world's oldest pronouns, older than Sumerian from 5000 years ago.

While I think ancient Turkish might be closest to the ancient language(s) spoken in Siberia that affected many other languages in the world, many other languages also could be quite close or even closer for some words.

Great channels on world languages: Julingo and Bahador Atast

Why Ataturk's picture and quote on my website?

Not because he was the founder of Turkey and not because I am a nationalist. I am only nationalist in the Ataturk definition which means I respect other nations along his line of "Peace at home, Peace on Earth" motto. I have always been against fascism and Turanism invented by London/Wall Street bankers against Russia just like today Neocon coup makers and supporters use Ukranian ultra-nationalists against Russia. I am 54, and I have always been a real Ataturkist and a leftist, for all my adult life, hence 35 years because I think it's good for humanity.

The reason I have put his picture and quote "Freedom and Liberty is my Character" at the top of my website is because the quote is valid for 21st century world as surveillance and authoritarianism by Big Tech and governments increase.

Many of Ataturk's sociopolitical ideas are valid for the world in the 21st century.

Unfortunately, the people who live in Turkey have all betrayed his ideas and principles even though he was the revolutionary founder of Turkey. People outside Turkey might be interested in Ataturk.

He is the reason I started my work on ancient history and languages at the age of 45 with no prior knowledge or interest, some 9 years ago. I wrote all my books and articles in English. I knew noone in Turkey would be interested, and I was proven right. I translated my Sumerian book to Turkish and sold 12 copies in 16 months, less than a book a month.

Tourism in Siberia

I think Siberia will be more popular for travelers interested in wildlife and ancient history. Korean scientists might even clone a mammooth in the future, if feasable.

BAIKAL LAKE, SIBERIA: Trip from Ulan-Ude to Irkutsk & Olkhon Island by Russian travel youtuber Dari Step. Great Moscow videos, Kazan, and many other places.

Life in Yakutia by Sakha youtuber Maria Solko who makes videos about Culture, Food and Every Day Life in YAKUTIA - the coldest permanently inhabited place in the World.

RussianPlus A good Russian yoube channel from Ekateringburg, diverse subjects in Russia

UDMURT - RUSSIA'S PEOPLE OF THE MEADOW | The Udmurt Republic by Elena Schlombs, Udmurt mythology part is especially interesting.

Sun Language Theory

< Turkish academics say whatever the West tells them to say and there are too few people interested in history or languages in Turkey.

After Ataturk's death in 1938, Western propaganda arms told people in Turkey: "Nothing to see here, go find your written history records in Asia." And everyone in Turkey obeyed because, maybe except a few people out of tens of millions, there was no real Ataturkist in Turkey back then, just like today.

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