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Postby Jaff Sassani » Tue Oct 13, 2009 11:23 am

We at the Jaff Sassani are thanking Mr. Hamma Mirwaisi for his effort to unit Iranian people. In this article he is translating sample of our original languages old Persian or Airyanem Vaejah language of Avesta written by Emperor Darius the Great in the “Behishtan inscriptions” which showing us Kurds, Persian, Elamite, Taylish, Lor, Gilani, Mazendarani and other branches of our people that we used to have one language and only one languages.

Oh enemies of our people how you destroyed us like today, we are lost and hate each other for no reasons.

We call ourselves educated people but we fight about regional dialect and call it Persian or Kurds languages. Where is the difference people why so much hatred???

Let get united as people like Mr. Mirwaisi is calling for. Let live like Europeans even their languages are so different from each other compared to our Persian and Kurdish languages.

We thank Mr. Mirwaisi for his great works. We hope that he will translate more from our past.

Long live our Iranian (Airyanem Vaejah nations for ever)

Sincerely,

Jaff Sassani
From the SKDC

Persian and Kurdish common language

Hamma Mirwaisi
11/10/2009
Colorado, America
hmirwaisi@gmail.com

http://www.kurdistanpost.tk/

Every country on the planet Earth is divided to regions so is the land of Aryan people in Mesopotamia (Middle East) and Asia. But who divided our people and their languages along the regions.

Why we are falling for such games by foreigners??

I am looking at the Darius the Great, Behishtan inscriptions and deciphering what he say on that inscriptions which is known as Old Persian language but in reality it is more modern Kurdish language than modern Persian language.

Why we are divided along the languages while we had the same language. Here is sample for the Persian and Kurdish readers below with translations:

From UC Berkeley Old Persian Texts

See University of California (UC) Berkeley site for an Old Persian syllabary

Based on Roland G. Kent, Old Persian, 1953

The Achaemenian Kings left extensive cuneiform inscriptions in Old Persian dated roughly between 600 BCE and 300 BCE. They also left ruins which have been described as the most grandiose of the ancient world. While it is by no means certain that they were orthodox Zoroastrians, the majority opinion among scholars is that this is very likely. One of the strongest arguments for this is the frequent mention of Ahura Mazda in the inscriptions, which is almost certainly an innovation of Zarathushtra's. Their religion is also described by Herodotus in sufficient detail to leave little doubt that they were basically Zoroastrian.

"Ahura Mazda came to my aid."

It was thanks to Darius the Great that we have been able to decipher the cuneiform script, which had fallen into even deeper oblivion than Egyptian hieroglyphs.

The text below is based on
Roland G. Kent, Old Persian, 1953 deciphers


1: adam : Dârayavaush : xshâyathiya : vazraka : xshâyatha : xshâyathiy
2 ânâm : xshâyathiya : Pârsaiy : xshâyathiya : dahyûnâm : Visht
3 âspahyâ : puça : Arshâmahyâ napâ : Haxâmanishiya : thâtiy :
4 Dârayavaush : xshâyathiya : manâ : pitâ : Vishtâspa : Vishtâspahyâ : pitâ : Arsh
5 âma : Arshâmahyâ : pitâ : Ariyâramna : Ariyâramnahyâ : pitâ: Cishpish : Cishp
6 âish : pitâ : Haxâmanish : thâtiy : Dârayavaush : xshâthiya : avahyarâ
7 diy : vayam : Haxâmanishiyâ : thahyâmahy : hacâ : paruviyata : âmâtâ : ama
8 hy hacâ : paruviyata :hyâ :amâxam : taumâ : xshâyathiyâ : âha : th
9 âtiy : Dârayavaush : xshâyathiya : VIII : manâ : taumâyâ : tyaiy : paruvam
10 xshâyathiyâ : âha : adam navama : IX : duvitâparanam : vavam : xshâyathi
11 yâ : amahy : thâtiy : Dârayavaush : xshâyathiya : vashnâ : Auramazd
12 âha : adam : xshâyathiya : amiy : Auzamazdâ : xshaçam : manâ : frâbara : th
13 âtiy : Dârayavaush : xshâyathiya : imâ : dahyâva : tyâ : manâ : patiyâisha : vashn
14 â : Auramazdâha : adamshâm : xshâyathiya : âham : Pârsa : Ûvja : Bâbirush : A
15 thurâ : Arabâya : Mudrâya : tyaiy : drayahyâ : Sparda : Yauna : Mâda : Armina : Kat
16 patuka : Parthava : Zraka : Haraiva : Uvârazmîy : Bâxtrish : Suguda : Gadâra : Sa
17 ka : Thatagush : Harauvatish : Maka : fraharavam : dahyâva : XXIII : thâtiy : Dâra
18 yavaush : xshâyathiya : imâ : dahyâva : tyâ : manâ : patiyâita : vashnâ : Au
19 ramazdâha : manâ : badakâ : âhatâ : manâ : bâjim : abaratâ : tyashâm : hacâma
20 : athahya : xshapava : raucapativâ : ava : akunavayatâ : thâtiy : “



The text below is rearranged by Hamma Mirwaisi
along the line of words using the same alphabet above:


1: adam : Dâraya-va-ush : x-shâ-yathiya : vazraka : x-shâ-yatha : x-shâ-yathiy
2 â-nâm : x-shâ-yathiya : Pârsaiy : x-shâ-yathiya : dahyû-nâm : Vish-tâ-spahyâ
3 puça : Arshâ-mahyâ napâ : Haxâma-nishiya : thâtiy :
4 Dâraya-va-ush : x-shâ-yathiya : manâ : pitâ : Vish-tâ-spa : Vish-tâ-spahyâ : pitâ : Arshâ-ma 5 Arshâ-ma-hyâ : pitâ : Ariyâra-mna : Ariyâra-mna-hyâ : pitâ: Cish-pish : Cish-pâish
6 pitâ : Haxâ-ma-nish : thâtiy : Dâraya-va-ush : x-shâ-thiya : avah-yarâdiy
7 vayam : Haxâm-anishiyâ : thahy-âm-ahy-ha-câ : paruviya-ta : âmâ-tâ : amahy
8 ha-câ : paruviya-ta-hyâ-amâ-xam-tau-mâ : x-shâ-yathiyâ : âha : thâtiy
9 Dâraya-va-ush : x-shâ-yathiya : VIII : manâ : tau-mâ-yâ : tyaiy : paruvam
10 x-shâ-yathiyâ : âha : adam na-vama : IX : du-vi-tâ-paranam : va-vam : x-shâ-yathiyâ
11 amahy : thâtiy : Dâraya-va-ush : x-shâ-yathiya : va-shnâ : Aura-mazdâha
12 adam : x-shâ-yathiya : amiy : Auzamazdâ : x-sha-çam : manâ : frâ-bara : thâtiy
13 Dâraya-va-ush : x-shâ-yathiya : imâ : dahyâ-va-tyâ : manâ : pati-yâisha-va-shnâ
14 Aura-mazdâha : adam-shâm : x-shâ-yathiya : âham : Pârsa : Û-vja : Bâ-birush : Athurâ
15 Arabâya : Mudrâya : tyaiy : drayahyâ : Sparda : Yauna : Mâda : Armina : Katpatuka
16 Parthava : Zraka : Haraiva : Uvârazmîy : Bâxtrish : Suguda : Gadâra : Saka
17 Thatagush : Harauvatish : Maka : fraharavam : dahyâva : XXIII : thâtiy : Dâraya-va-ush
18 x-shâ-yathiya : imâ : dahyâ-va-tyâ : manâ : pati-yâita-va-shnâ : Aura-mazdâha
19 manâ : badakâ : âha-tâ : manâ : bâjim : abara-tâ : tya-shâm : hacâ-maa-thahya
20 x-sha-pa-va-rau-ca-pativâ-avaa-ku-navaya-tâ : thâtiy :


The text below is translated by Hamma Mirwaisi along
the line of modern mixed of Kurdish and Persian words:


ادم، دریاه ڤی وش، خ شاه یاسایه، ڤزرگی، خ شاه یاسای، خ شاه یاساییه، ئه نام، خ شاه یاساییه، پاه رسی، خ شاه یاسایه، ناوی نیا، ڤش ته سپهیه، بچی، ارش همیهیه، نۆی، هخهمنشیه، سیاتای (ستیاش).
دریاه ڤی وش، خ شاه یاسایه، منه، پدرم، ڤش ته سپه، ڤش ته سپهیه ، پدر، ارش همیه ، ارش همیهیه ، پدر، اریاره منی، اریاره منه، پدر، جاش پیش، جاش پهیش، پدر، هخیمه نیش، ، سیاتای (ستیاش).
دریاه ڤی وش، خ شاه یاسایه، ئڤه یاری دا، ڤیم، هخیمه نیشیه، سایی هیمهی هه جاه، پیڕڤیه ته همهی تهی،ئمهی، هه جاه، پیڕڤیه ته هیه، ئمهی خیم تۆمه، خ شاه یاسایه،ئاها، سیاتای (ستیاش).
دریاه ڤی وش، خ شاه یاسایه، ڤییی، منه، تۆمهیه تیای، پیڕوڤیم، خ شاه یاسایه، ئاها، ادم نیفام، اخ، دوو ڤ ته پڕنام، ڤه فام، خ شاه یاسایه، ئمه هی، ، سیاتای (ستیاش).
دریاه ڤی وش، خ شاه یاسایه، ڤه شانه، ئاوره میزداه، ادم، خ شاه یاسایه، ئمیی، ئووزام زده، خ شای چیم، مینه، فریابری، سیاتای (ستیاش).
دریاه ڤی وش، خ شاه یاسایه، ئیمه، داهیه ڤه ته، منه،پاتاشه ڤه شانه، ئاوره میزداه ، ادم شاهم، خ شاه یاسایه، ئه هم، پارسی، ئوو ڤژی، به بڕۆاش، اسوریه، اریبیه، مودرهیی، تیایی، دریاهیی، سپیردیی، یینوی، مادی، ارمنی، کات، پیتوکی، پیرسیڤی، زریکی، هیریاڤی، ئوڤه ریزمای، به ختراش، سوگودی، گدهری، ساکی، ساتیگوش، هیروڤتیش،میکی، فره ریڤیم، دهیه ڤی، خ خا، سیاتای (ستیاش).
دریاه ڤی وش، خ شاه یاسایه، ئیمه، داهیه ڤه ته، منه،پاتاشه ڤه شانه ، ئاوره میزداه، مینه، بد که، ئهی ته، مینه، بهیژیم، ئه بری ته، تیای شاهم، هیه جاه میی سایه هیه، خ شای پی ڤی ڕوو جی پیتاڤه، ئڤه، کوناڤیه ته، سیاتای
(ستیاش


1: Adam Darius (Darayavaush) he is the Kings of laws, he is great, well qualified and he is the Kings by laws.

2: This name he is Kings of laws from Pars region, he is Kings of laws, he was named by Hystaspes (Vishtâspahyâ).

3: Son of Arsames (Arshâmahyâ) descendent of Achaemeneian (Haxâmanishiya), praise (or Glory) is upon him.

4: Darius (Darayavaush) he is the Kings of laws, my father is Hystaspes (Vishtâspahyâ), Hystaspe’s father is Arsames.

5: Arsame’s father is Ariaramnes (Ariyâramna), Ariaramne’s father is Teispes (Cishpish).

6: Teispe’s father is Achaemenes. Praise (or Glory) is upon him.
Darius (Darayavaush) he is the Kings of laws, those helped.

7: you are Achaemeneian (Haxâmanishiya), we are living under your protections here, and our entire people are your follower here.

8: We are your follower and we care (or worry) about you, you are the Kings of laws, let say praise (or Glory) is upon him.

9: Darius (Darayavaush) he is the Kings of laws, we are depending on you, and we follow you.

10: he is the Kings of laws, Oh dumb (or unintelligent) people, sorry they do not understand your greatness and your wisdom, you are the Kings of laws, all say praise (or Glory) is upon him.

11. Darius (Darayavaush) he is the Kings of laws, thee most qualified king, God (Auzamazdâ).

12. Adam is the Kings of laws, but he is injured, we love him like our own eyes, he is our savior, praise (or Glory) is upon him.

13. Darius (Darayavaush) he is the Kings of laws, we pray to you and beg you, he deserve your kindness and he is thee most qualified one

14. God (Auzamazdâ), Adam is our King, he is the Kings of laws, and he is Pars too, He is saying and he believes that he is

15: Assyrian, Arabian, Murdrayain, Tyaiy, Drayahyain, Spardain, Yaunain, Madain, Arminain, Katpatukain,

16: Parthavain, Zrakain, Haraivain, Uvarazmiy, Baxtrish, Sugudain, Gadarain, Sakain

17: Thatagush, Harauvatish, Makain, Fraharavam, Dahyavain, Say and Say praise (or Glory) is upon him.

18: he is the Kings of laws, we pray to you and beg you, he deserve your kindness and he is thee most qualified one, God (Auzamazdâ).

19: Answer my pray, I have only you, I say because of your greatness protect my king, in this place he is our protector,

20: He is your follower and rule under your name, and Say praise (or Glory) is upon him.

For those who understand Kurdish and Persian languages, they can see that both languages was one language over two thousand five hundred years and it is today, if one is not full of hatred. The people are related to each other. Darius the Great killed many people including those Persian whom they not proved his method of grabbing power. But Darius never saying he is from different languages, he is saying I am from Pars region and my tribe helped me, which is natural in the old day and now.

I hope the explanations above will be the starting point for farther educations by both Kurds and Persian to stop animosity about our languages. We are really having the same language and I do not understand why we are fighting each other about the language dialect.

I understand there are some Persian people or those who are making us to fight each other are not reading what we Kurds and other branches from Iranian groups are saying because they have power and imposing the modern Persian languages which is more than half of it is Arabic.

I hope the normal Persian people will wake up and see the lie, like I do and get united with Kurdish people to have peace and stable country for all of us in the region.

Regards,
Hamma Mirwaisi
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