By Mehmet Kurtkaya
Published online on February 27, 2018, Updated March 7, 2018
The results of this genetics study should not come as a suprise for the readers of SumerianTurks, but it sure was for those who believed in main stream Western social field lies spreading from Harvard/Oxford academics and their followers: About 4500 years ago, Britain's Stonehenge era population was replaced by migrating Bell Beaker people whose roots were in Central Asian steppes (ancestral home of the Turks)!
Original article from Nature
That's actually only one of the many migration waves to Britain from Eurasian steppes. An East-West direction can clearly be seen, compatible with Eurasian migrations of the last 25,000 years. See Eurasian Migrations and Languages: Indo-European origins, Sumer, Yamna, Anatolia, Iran, and Indus Valley .
Many Western scholars simply skip mentioning civilizations of Central Asia, and when they do they write about nomadic people, steppe warriors or use general terms such as nomadic pastoralism, nomadic herders etc. Central Asia has been home to Turks since the beginning of history as far as records go. In fact, genetic studies show that some of the Turkish people in Central Asia and Siberia have their ancestry in these lands going back 35,000 years.
Sumerian - Central Asia connections
For generally more recent periods in Turkish Central Asian and European history, the last two thousand years mostly, see Murat Adji's website and European Kipchaks.
Kuman is the more common and ancient name, instead of Kiptchak as the designation of the Turks in Central Asia and Siberia.
Turuk (Turks, Turukkeans) are known from Mesopotamian records since 4400 years ago: Etruscans' Journey from Turkey to Italy and their Origins in Southeastern Turkey, Northwestern Iran, Assyria and Mesopotamia
Of all languages derived from Turkish, English may well be the closest to Turkish."Of all languages derived from Turkish, English may well be the closest to Turkish. The more I look into it, the more it seems like Turkish ― a mix of Oghur (Sumerian), and Oguz Turkish with European Steppe dialect. English is known as a Germanic language hence German, especially Old German must be very close to Turkish."
The above is a quote from my newest book published two months before this genetic study:
Sun Language Theory Proven: The Birth of Languages and Civilizations
A reader, architect Brent Stagnaro mentioned his book Stonehenge: Planets and Constellations Paperback – October 27, 2017 and told me his book analyzes surprising parallels between Stonehenge and Egyptian and Sumerian astrology, cosmology.
I did not read the book, but I am aware of English historian Lawrence Waddell who may have gotten more than a few things right regarding Britain - Ancient Near East - Eurasian Steppes connection.
The scope of the 2018 genetic study and reactionsTo understand the relevance of this study, I suggest the following articles:
Science Daily report includes these quotes from the authors of the study:
-"This whole phenomenon of the steppe expansion is an amazing example of what ancient DNA can show," says Reich. And, adds Cunliffe, "no one, not even archeologists in their wildest dreams, had expected such a high steppe genetic content in the populations of northern Europe in the third millennium B.C."-
Those who read Sumerian Turks should not have been surprised! Western academics lied mostly by ommitting the Eurasian migrations of the last 25,000 years. It is almost a continuous phenomena until the much more recent Hunnic and Mongolian invasions.
And the Science Daily report has this important info, that I had already given in my books:
"This ancient DNA finding also explains the "strange result" of a genetic connection that had been hinted at in the genomes of modern-day Europeans and Native Americans, adds Chicago's Novembre. The link is evidence from people who lived in Siberia 24,000 years ago, whose telltale DNA is found both in Native Americans, and in the Yamnaya steppe populations and their European descendants."
Yamnaya connection to the steppes of Central Asia, north of the Black and Caspian seas from Ancient Origins: British Gene pool was replaced by Beaker immigrants Includes a quick note on Yamnaya: "About 5,300 years ago, the local hunter-gatherer cultures were replaced in many places by nomadic herders, dubbed the Yamnaya, who were able to expand rapidly by exploiting horses and the new invention of the cart, and who left behind big, rich burial sites."
Pottery Loving people took Over Britain: "In an unexpected finding, the team discovered that ancient people buried with beakers in Britain have a good deal of Steppe-origin genetics, and are thus related to the central European Beaker people."
Migrations from the Steppes but Spread of Ideas from Iberia:
Western refusal to acknowledge the fact that migration is key for the spread of ancient civilizations is no longer tenable!From Daily Mail: "Dr Tom Booth, an archaeologist from the Natural History Museum, said: 'This spectacular transformation of Britain, with such a large number of Beaker people coming here is the opposite of what experts have thought for the last 10 to 20 years. 'The textbooks need to be ripped up.'"
Indeed, it is past time to file most Western history books under fiction!
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