>The circumflex and inverted circumflex though called by other
names are nothing more than 'V' symbols either pointing upwards or
downwards on top of letters, but thats where you are wrong, because
these are no ordinary symbols, just like most letters in European
languages they have their origins from the stars and more.
>The 'V' symbol above letters represents
none other than the Hyades cluster in the constellation of Taurus.
>The Hyades cluster is 'V' shaped in the night sky, people dont
seem to realize that the ancients worshiped the stars for a reason and
that many of the symbols used in languages come from star worship
>The umlaut is two dots above certain letters in European
languages. The umlaut is alot more complicated to explain because
people have no idea what the two dots mean, even though they are seen
numerous times in symbology....
>My evidence points to the idea that the umlaut actually
represents the hollow Earth suns polarities which are often drawn as
two circles in mythology, and this is where we get the umlaut from.
According to alternative theorists and the evidence I have collected
people from Aldebaran live inside the hollow earth and the star
Aldebaran is also in the Hyades cluster.
>The logical conclusion is that some symbols in the Germanic
languages come from symbols associated with the Hyades cluster.