Monday, 23 January 2017
The Hobbit: The Lonely Mountain is probably real
The Lonely Mountain Would be al-one or the protoindoeuropean form: ul (to howl)- oino (one). This is rather specific because Ulwun is a name that dates back to when humans interbred with neanderthals in Australia because the name is adopted by modern humans with the addition of the Ng phonetic as Ngulwun. Ul-oino is 'one -to howl' inversed phonetic form associated with an asian origin. The 'lonely mountain' part of the story of the hobbit predates humans from Africa and pushes the origins of the Hobbit back past fourty thousand years.