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In previous essays within the Earth/matriX series, we have examined the similarity of vocabularies between the ancient Maya system, Nahuatl and ancient Egyptian (Kemi). In addition to the numerous similarities already noted among theselanguages, we shall now present a few selected comparisons of the more specialized glyph names of the ancient Maya and to similar concepts in ancient Egyptian.As we have mentioned earlier, with only a single hit whereby one particular word-concept of one language is related through contact to a... More >>>
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In previous essays within the Earth/matriX series, we have examined the similarity of vocabularies between the ancient Maya system, Nahuatl and ancient Egyptian (Kemi). In addition to the numerous similarities already noted among these

languages, we shall now present a few selected comparisons of the more specialized glyph names of the ancient Maya and to similar concepts in ancient Egyptian.

As we have mentioned earlier, with only a single hit whereby one particular word-concept of one language is related through contact to a word-concept of the other language, one would have an example of contact between these two

supposedly separate ancient cultures. Our reasoning in making these studies in comparative linguistics is that if the ancient reckoning systems of both the ancient Maya and the ancient Kemi reveal strict similarities, then their languages should provide traces of contact as well.

In order to establish the idea of a possible point of contact between the ancient Mesoamerican culture of the Maya or the Aztecs, with the ancient Egyptians (Kemi), we only require a single example of comparative linguistics being a match. Therefore, we shall not review a lot of examples, but only selected examples, ones that seem to provide a fit between the two language systems.