Dr. Jai Maharaj jai at mantra.com
Sun Jun 15 16:28:32 UTC 1997

Namaste! At 12:22 PM 6/15/97 BST,
Lars Martin Fosse <l.m.fosse at internet.no> wrote:
> . . .
> Yes they are. Similar flights of fancy are found not 
> only the Puranas (sorry, but I insist on the plural s), 
> but in all old works, whether Indic or European.

"Puraan" is singular or plural without applying the 
pluralization rules of an alien language. "Flights of fancy"
is a personal characterization that may be echoed by link-
minded people, of course.  

>> 3. They had no inkling of an idea . . . (but we do!)
> There is no attested knowledge of historical linguistics in India. 
> Nor was there any in Europe before the last century. 

The absence of the proof of something is no proof of its absence.


Jai Maharaj
Om Shanti

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