It is time that we examine the constructs that make us think of the difference between the languages of “black, sub-Saharan Africa” and “non-black, Saharan Africa”. Continue reading The non-existence, of a relationship between language and racial analogies in Africa
I’ve come to realize that while I feel I’ve explained my approach to Semitic well, I don’t think I actually have. So here’s some clarity. Continue reading Before I continue posting
Actually, most of anything I realize is entirely accidental and for the most part based on previous “revelations” I have … Continue reading Cushitic dispersal: a possible new model?
Even if they are shared between two geographically close-by branches of the phylum, it can be argued that they’re simply … Continue reading Some rare cases of Afroasiatic shared vocabulary
I haven’t updated, with reason of course. Continue reading On the topics of future posts