Interestingly enough, the Latin Alphabet mirrors the American Alphabet, with the exception of three omitted letters: J, U and W.
Now I am of the opinion that World War 1 and 2 occurred not for the reasons we’re told – but was intended to be an ‘update’ of our senses and perceptions to include vision. That is – it was assumed that everyone could only ‘hear’ at that point, and the ‘upgrade’ included a quick succession of black and white and then color.
Evidence for this:
- Rapid advance of technology in these time periods, from radio to black and white film to color – all which would make perfect sense this technology was discovered as a result of new senses not being previously available. War mobilization doesn’t explain advancement to this degree without it coming from a conquered civilization.
(Unless history’s hidden who was conquered ;-))
- Saboteur, the video game, depicts the ‘colorization’ of Paris from Black and White.
- The movie “Pleasantville” depicts the colorization of a black and white town. .
Now I suspect there’s some weird story in there about how the American English alphabet and the Latin alphabet were fighting for dominance because the symbols were identical in World War 2.
And the JUW haters lost.
And entities who chose not to undergo an upgrade process at all who could only hear and not see ended up misinterpreting the reason for the entire event.
Which gave rise to American English derived from the Latin Alphabet.
I suspect history’s really that weird.