Was Tamana a Universal Civilization of Mankind Before the Great Flood?
This view is supported by the Manding and Dravidian languages. In Dravidian 'car' means "unite and shelter", while kar means "saltiest or brackish'. In Manding kara means "to assemble, and be dirty". This suggests that the kara toponym was used to name towns, because it signified both a place of assembly (shelter), and a place where the water would be brackish or dirty. In the Dravidian languages kari, meant river. The term kara is often associated dirt or black, for example Turkish kara is 'black', Magyar korom 'soot, dirty' and Korean kurim 'soot'.
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The sand, place name appears to denote dry uncultivated land near a river at high altitude areas of the globe. Sand, may agree with Manding sade 'uncultivated land in the region where rain is formed (the mountains)’. This interpretation is based on the reading of sa and nde. In Manding sa, means 'serpent, rain, sky region where rain is formed' and nde 'uncultivated land near water'. It is interesting to note that -sa, -csa in Magyar means 'pond, dirty lake'.
Since the tops of mountains are usually covered by (rain) clouds, it meant when people living in the valleys moved their habitation sites up into the mountainous areas near rivers they would call these sites sa- nde 'the sky region's land near water'. This view is supported by the fact that in Chinese, shan means 'mountain range', while shandi meant 'hilly land', this totally agrees with our interpretation of the term sa-nde. In the Chinese language shang would agree with sand, because shang means 'upper'. In Magyar, the word sand (shand) means 'slant of the mountains'.
Mountain range and Sanjiaolong Crater Lake in the Longwanqun National Forest Park, Huinan County, Jilin, China. ( CC BY-SA 3.0 )
Another Tamana place name is assa. The term assa, is related to water. In many ancient languages ba and a, were used to denote water. Many Manding and Dravidian words formed with an initial s(c)- today, in ancient times were formed by an initial t-. In Dravidian, Magyar and Manding ta-, indicates places. In Mandi- ng -sa, in ancient times was used to denote a place of habitation. Thus assa, could be interpreted as 'water place or locality of water'. The addition of the -s, after a-, in the term assa, is nothing more than a verbal termination. Thus if sand-assa, is near a body of water it can be interpreted as 'mountainous region of land near water', or 'much water this locality'.
Another Tamana place name was assa-ker. The term assa-ker means 'brackish water this locality' or ' much water this locality of the brackish type'.
Connections around the World
The evidence is clear, many place names in Eurasia, Africa and the Americas are substrates that are derived from the languages spoken by the Tamana people which include Sumerian, Magyar, Mandikan and the Dravidian group. The toponyms discovered by Dr. Vamos-Toth also highlight the wide dispersal of the Tamana people in ancient times and the origination of the substantial Nostratic vocabulary that link widely dispersed languages from Africa, to Eurasia and the Americas.
The research of Dr. Vamos Toth is witness to the High-Level Universal culture of his Tamana culture-bearers. Dr. Vamos died on March 1, 2006 in Seattle, Washington USA.
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Arjun Sabharwal MA, MA, MLIS, 2016. ‘Structural onomastics, geosemiology and integrative sciencing: Taking the TAMANA perspective’ . Migration-Diffusion.info [Online] Available at: http://migration-diffusion.info/article.php?id=125