Interesting Armenian Root of Fish

“Before the Armenian Xachkars, they were called Vishapakars. It represented the dragon and sea monster that lives in trees and mountains. Its dwelling places represented the unseen and the dark areas that humans could not normally find and its power to be untamed. Of course, all this represented the human imagination and creativity. Incidentally, it began to represent the fish. Thus, Vishap or Vish turned to Fish and that is where the word Fish comes from. As Armenian highlanders ventured to Indian subcontinent, they took their mythology with them. Thus, Vishnu of Hinduism is represented as…half FISH or VISH. Now you know where the word FISH comes from…It is a derivative of an Armenian term. Its amazing sometimes to hear and read about it as being an Indo-Iranian mythology, which of course is anachronistic and completely misses the Armenian root words in such analyses. Many Armenian-related concepts were absorbed as non-Armenian concepts in various examinations and the primary reason was the lack of knoweldge of the Armenian language and Armenian mythology, making what was the actual source into something unrecognizable. Comparative linguistics and comparative mythology yields many hidden secrets of the ancients and their world outlook. Thus, next time you see a fish, it should remind you of the ancients who knew or thought that all life rose from the water. People use the word Fish, without knowing where the term has come from and with that, hides the true meaning and its source. Now the world may eventually know its source is the Armenian language and mythology”. – Vahan Setyan

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  1. and NOW YOU UNDERSTAND WHAT I HAVE REPEATEDLY TOLD EVERYBODY FOR AGES THAT EVERYTHING’S BASE IS ARMENIAN AND ARMENIA, AND IF THE WORLD HAS STARTED FROM FISH… ITS ARMENIAN FISH… THE BASE OR BASIN OF THE WORLD IS LAKE VAN` ARMENIA!!!! eh one day we’ll make the wold KNOW US.- ARMENIANS= SONS OF GOD…. ARMENIA = HEAVEN on Earth!!

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