Free PDF Book | Amarigna & Tigrigna Qal Roots of English Language: The Not So Distant African Roots of the English Language By Legesse Allyn
Legesse Allyn presents his first re-translation of English words with, “Amarigna and Tigrigna Qal Roots of English.” Perfect for getting a better understanding English words through their Amarigna and Tigrigna linguistic roots. And each Amarigna and Tigrigna root word of the listed English words are also accompanied by two hieroglyphs that represented them up to 5100 years ago in ancient Egypt.
About the Author
Mr. Legesse Allyn is not a conventional Egyptologist per se, even though he has been studying Egypt and the hieroglyphs for the past 20 years. The truth that he is of Ethiopian descent has contributed immensely to the understanding of his claims. If one considers him to be an amateur Egyptologist, history has revealed amateurs who have discovered or invented new things which experts in a given field failed to discover or invent. As such, if his discovery is real, it is phenomenal and revolutionary. Its impact on the study of hieroglyphs, Amharic and Tigrigna languages, as well as on the history of Egypt, Ethiopia, and Eritrea, is tremendous. Moreover, open-minded Egyptologists, as well as those who study the regions of today’s Ethiopia and Eritrea, can benefit a lot from his work. Even the skeptics will have to examine it before they decide to reject or accept it. If I were an Egyptologist (or even an Ethiopist), I would grab this book immediately and read it frantically. I would also be prompted to study right away Ethiopian and Eritrean languages, such as Amharic and Tigrigna, to delve into the world Mr. Legesse Allyn asserts his research has uncovered.