Talk:Etruscan alphabet

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Please read: The Mummy of Zagreb.

Sveto Bilbija, author

Published several years ago, this analysis of the etruscan (rashi) alphabet cracks the code. He used cyrillic and not Latin or Greek to read the messages of the old Etruscans. Unfortunately, many do not wish to change recorded history and therefore continue to ignore Bibija's text- to publish lies and deceive the public. The romans (west) continue their attempt at the eradication of the etruscan culture & history, but they have failed to destroy living descendents who have sustained the language and use it today - the serbs.

ЧиТАј Књигу Свете БиЛбије. Он је ово простудирао и показао да је овај стари језик наш тј СРПСКИ —Preceding unsigned comment added by 64.107.219.172 (talk • contribs) 8 July 2008 (UTC)

Bibija's text remains utterly ignored by scholars, for the very good reason, it is unsubstantiated and nationalistic-inspired nonsense. Do you realise the origins of Cyrillic, & time (and geographical) difference with Etruscan?--cjllw | TALK 07:19, 21 July 2008 (UTC)

This letter list is full of mistakes[edit]

The letter for Z looks differently, that which should represent theta is in fact heta. Xei is missing. The second R ? Phi and Khi are missing, as much as V (shape of 8). Please delete that table, it is sheer nonsense. García angel.garcia2001@googlemail.org 3/3/2009 131.188.241.58

Bilbija Still Ignored[edit]

Unfortunately, Sveto Bilbija's revelation about the Etruscan alphabet - which is in use today (cyrillic), still remains ignored. Perhaps the Etruscan descendants chose to leave it this way...and the ignorant can continue to deceive themselves. It's funny. JP

Neka se muce dalje!

Bilbija Still Ignored[edit]

Unfortunately, Sveto Bilbija's revelation about the Etruscan alphabet - which is in use today (cyrillic), still remains ignored. Perhaps the Etruscan descendants chose to leave it this way...and the ignorant can continue to deceive themselves. It's funny. JP

Горе горе горе горе него што горе доље !