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1.       AlphaF
5677 posts
 28 Nov 2010 Sun 09:29 pm

http://forums.taleworlds.com/index.php?topic=113196.0

2.       Elisabeth
5732 posts
 28 Nov 2010 Sun 11:28 pm

Yes we already know, everything is Turkish...we KNOW the mantra!{#emotions_dlg.flowers}

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3.       AlphaF
5677 posts
 28 Nov 2010 Sun 11:36 pm

I bet your husband never told you he was immortal, Elisabeth !

4.       AlphaF
5677 posts
 28 Nov 2010 Sun 11:46 pm

 

Quoting AlphaF

I bet your husband never told you he was immortal, Elisabeth !

 

Well, did he?

5.       AlphaF
5677 posts
 28 Nov 2010 Sun 11:48 pm

Oden did not like me exposing his real identity...He is blocking my further messages in this thread !

6.       Elisabeth
5732 posts
 29 Nov 2010 Mon 02:00 am

 

Quoting AlphaF

 

 

Well, did he?

Alpha, he went to the same school as you...I can assure you!!  {#emotions_dlg.lol_fast}

 

7.       Daydreamer
3743 posts
 29 Nov 2010 Mon 10:29 am

Hahaha, I loved some of the answers:

"I´m pretty sure God isn´t Turkish or black, but rather, imaginary. <img src='/static/images/smileys//razz.gif'>"


something only Jabberwocky´s fans will appreciate:

 

"Odin was a Turk, and your father smelt of elderberries."

 

 "Since according to our own home-made nationalists, the ancient Koreans ruled the whole world.


 So this means the Turks are actually descended from Koreans, and therefore, Odin is an Asian God."

 

and my personal favourite:

"Arnold Schwarzenegger is not Turkish!!!"

 

8.       AlphaF
5677 posts
 29 Nov 2010 Mon 11:17 am

http://www.antalyaonline.net/futhark/index.htm

 

Vikings (Sweden) treasure an old (antient) stone monument. they call it the KYLVER STONE. There is a 24 character inscription carved on the stone. West is full of experts who claim to have read and deciphered the inscription.

How they did that without any knowledge of Turkish Language is beyond me, for the bloody inscription is in Turkish.

If you want to know what it says on the stone, start reading from the link above...the translation comes only two pages afterwards.{#emotions_dlg.whistle}

 

9.       si++
3785 posts
 29 Nov 2010 Mon 12:39 pm

 

Quoting Daydreamer

Hahaha, I loved some of the answers:

"I´m pretty sure God isn´t Turkish or black, but rather, imaginary. <img src='/static/images/smileys//razz.gif'>"


something only Jabberwocky´s fans will appreciate:

 

"Odin was a Turk, and your father smelt of elderberries."

 

 "Since according to our own home-made nationalists, the ancient Koreans ruled the whole world.


 So this means the Turks are actually descended from Koreans, and therefore, Odin is an Asian God."

 

and my personal favourite:

"Arnold Schwarzenegger is not Turkish!!!"

 

 

I like the following bits:

"The Europen scholars have come to recognize from the very beginning the obvious similarity between the character forms of the Primitive Norse stones and those of the C.Asian Gokturk monuments, but for certain various reasons have refrained from tackling this point by denying all kinds of plausible relations. All throughout the period of 160 years that elapsed between the years of 1730 and 1893, that is between the discovery of Orhun monuments and their definitely final decipherment, fanciful theories were fabricated about the Vikings´ (or Indo-Germans´, or Celts´, or Goths´ prehistoric emigrations into C.Asia, and the erection of Orhun stones as landmarks of their presence and civilization dating back to several thousands of years BC in that region. Only when in 1893, it was understood that these inscriptions were not written in any other tongue but pure Turkish, then those fanciful theories were discarded, and the proposed pre-historic datings were revised to be not earlier than AD 700. Even today, a number of academicians are still straining at finding a Sogdian, Persian or Aramaic origin for Turkish inscriptions, but their efforts at proving their claims all end in vain. A casual comparision of ancient scripts is all needed to see that the characters used in Orhun monuments are more identical with the futhark than any of those alleged originals. Besides this close resemblance, it is an exciting fact that the Primitive Norse runes declared to have ambiguous contexts can be rendered meaningfully when they are exposed to our novel method of read-ing ancient Turkish scripts."

Today scientists are trying to prove that one of the several other nations other than Turks must actually erected Orhun stones since they think these can´t be Turkic as according to their ideas Turks were barbaric and never used any form of writing.

 

And we have an idea how similar they are (I mean the obvious similarity between the character forms of the Primitive Norse stones and those of the C.Asian Gokturk monuments) :

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