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See:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Out_of_India_theory



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09/21/2010
11:23:01 AM

From: http://www.vedanet.com

Vedic Origins of the Europeans: The Children of Danu

This article shows how the Proto-European Aryans, like the Celts, were originally a Vedic people called the Danavas or Sudanavas (good Danavas) connected to Vedic kings, sages and yogis. It is adapated from Frawley's Rig Veda and the History of India.

Many ancient European peoples, particularly the Celts and Germans, regarded themselves as children of Danu, with Danu meaning the Mother Goddess, who was also, like Sarasvati in the Rig Veda, a river Goddess. The Celts called themselves "Tuatha De Danaan", while the Germans had a similar name. Ancient European river names like the Danube and various rivers called Don in Russia, Scotland, England and France reflect this. The Danube which flows to the Black Sea is their most important river and could reflect their eastern origins.

In fact, the term Danu or Danava (the plural of Danu) appears to form the substratum of Indo-European identity at the base of the Hellenic, Illyro-Venetic, Italo-Celtic, Germanic and Balto-Slavic elements. The northern Greeks were also called Danuni. Therefore, the European Aryans could probably all be called Danavas.

According to Roman sources, Tacitus in his Annals and Histories, the Germans claimed to be descendants of the Mannus, the son of Tuisto. Tuisto relates to Vedic Tvasthar, the Vedic father-creator Sky God, who is also a name for the father of Manu (RV X.17.1-2). This makes the Rig Vedic people also descendants of Manu, the son of Tvashtar.
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Bob
03/09/2011
08:17:53 PM
Indo-European Origin.
No this is a mistake. Europeans have many races in their makeup. The Celts are only one. Then you have the Germanic tribes and Slavs who are both not Celts. You also have Huns, Tartars and North Africans. Like most people, have a very mixed background historically.
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03/16/2011
11:21:00 AM
Reply to Bob's post dated 3/9/2011 8:17:53 PM
Read in a newspaper that in one of the European languages (probably Finnish?)the number '100' is denoted by the word satam.

The Sanskrit word for 100 is also S'atam.

Note the similarities between the Greek word protem and Sanskrit word Pratama and their meanings
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