"Other academics believe Korean is part of the “Altaic” language family, a family that includes Finno-Urgric, and Hungarian, languages mentioned here as likely coming from or (Most likely) being related to Tartarian"Note: This post was recovered from the Sh.org archive.Username: Jim DuyerDate: 2019-06-20 15:35:22Reaction Score: 2
This I believe to be very true.
"As well as Turkish, Manchu and Mongolian and even Japanese." I can buy the Mongolian to some extent, but not the Turkish or Japanese or Manchu. Japanese was influenced by both the Chinese and the indigenous peoples of the islands of Japan - especially those of Hokkaido. Turkish has long been connected to the Iranian and *stan languages. Manchu represents the leaders of perhaps yet another connection or assignment with the earliest Chinese peoples.
Another thing to consider is that the mid-coastal region of Korea has the most intelligent people in the world. Literally, their IQ is as high as Singapore or other peoples. So perhaps they are indeed connected somehow to the eastern branch of Tartaria.