If I am misrepresenting your approach, please correct me.
Indeed, you totally misrepresented and misunderstood my stance and message.
It seams from the picture you posted, you are inferring that the Jainguwen is a composite of the Jindaimoji. If that is the case, then wouldn't it stand to reason that JindaiMoji came first (in order to be available to create the composite)?
Nope, that was not what I said. My message was jindaimoji
is a style of jiaguwen
of which, the jindaimoji simplified
and dismembered then mix-n-match
the original jiaguwen
characters. Thus, the jiaguwen came first.
Further, it would also infer that the X and H and U and Δ would add some sort of phonetic element or meaning to the composite character you listed otherwise why have a composite?
The composite writing style
is an Ancient Chinese system which is still practised in chinese calligraphy
where a group of words are written into one combined character. I suggest you reference some chinese calligraphies and jiaguwen.
By the same reasoning, couldn't one make the claim that Ugaritic is actually the precursor to Sumerian because the Ugaritic elements are found in Sumerian? Shall I go on ad absurdium?
It is possible
but, not probable
. In the field of linguistics, when you started to deny
, you start to go blind
I can also say that they look like the Phoenician Alphabet. Just because they look alike does not mean that they are related.
kaenif is right.....no you can't. Idea diffusion / influence is far more likely than one script being secretly buried within another.
in historical linguistics we have to consider the geographical facts. To claim that the Phoenicians influenced the Ancient Japanese is not impossible, but it is improbable. Whilst the Ancient Chinese influence theory introduced by me, although can be overthrown, it is much more probable than the Phoenician theory.
You have no idea of the Chinese ancient language do you? The writing is not based on phonologies.
Some people are still firm upon the theory that the world is flat because that's the way it looks to them. Likewise it's OK for you to be firm in your theory regarding Jindaimoji and the Oracle Bone script, but for those of us "grammatological round earthers", just telling us the earth is flat without any demonstrable proof is no different than the Koshintoists saying Jindaimoji was brought to the land of the rising sun by Amaterazu Oomikami.
Like I have said, I do not support the religious claims
, nor do I side with your flat earth theories
. Like Columbus, with insults and laughers from others, I will sail for the new world
with those who dare to challenge. If shall I be wrong, then I am wrong; however, there is also a chance, that I am right.