Wednesday, January 23, 2013

A comparative list of signs from the Easter Island script and the Indus script

A comparative list of signs from the Easter Island script and the Indus script, comparison made by de Devesy. From this it is likely that the scripts are related.(The columns with even numbers represent the Easter Island script, those with odd numbers represent the Indus Valley script).
 

 
 Click on the image above to see the original source citing the image of the comparative view

The script, according to Heyeerdahl, was brought to the island from South America, South America was colonized from India both by the Pacific and the Atlantic routes, in the third and fourth millennia B.C., but most often via the Mediterranean and the Atlantic.

Courtsey: 
Prof. Mukund Gokhale
Founder Director at Script Research Institute 
January 2000 to present


Art Director 
Institute of Typographical Research
January 1978 to 2000

Further Link to read about Prof. Gokhale's work:
http://www.aksharaya.org/aksharsanvad2.php

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