I heard that German language is a revolutionary transformation from Georgian language (Caucasian). What do you think about it? I try to explicate. That was a linguistic hypotheses of Nicholas Marr (Georgia-born historian and linguist who gained a solid reputation as a prolific scholar of the Caucasus). Also it was approved by some German linguists (end of XIX-beginning of XX). It means that German and Georgian languages (Svan dialect especially) have a lot in common and German derived from Georgian via India (like other Indo-European languages). It’s quite logically that place where rose white race (Caucasian race) it’s a spot where were born proto-Indo-European language. Proto-Indo-European started in Transcaucasus (not far from the site of the Tower of Babel itself), and then spread eastwards and northwards, round the Caspian Sea towards Europe. As the mainly agricultural communities migrated and separated from each other, the language changed into different dialects and then daughter languages and, by about 4,000 years ago, proto-Indo-European had split into twelve distinct languages, not all of which survived. For instance: pepelon (in French – “baterfly”) – pepela (“baterfly” – in Georgian) bagatelle (“knick-knack, bric-a-brac “ – in French) – bagatel (the same in Georgian) navi (Georgian boat) – navigation (latin) – nav (dead man in Russian that was put on boat) mountain - mta ("mountain" in Georgian) Ibaruri, Taviani and others – Georgian and Iberian (Spainish-Iberian, Italian-Iberian) last names. Yes, many European languages in fact share a common ancestry. But Marr meant that Georgian manifests more clear this cognate relations. Some more examples from Georgian and German wissen (“to know” in German) – vici (“to know” in Georgian) – wit (english) shawl – Schal – Schali (sheep in Svan dialect of Georgian). I insist that not only languages, but civilization came to Europe from Caucasus via Greece. Because language determines all and everything. What do you think about it?