- 1 Can you revert the kurdish user in Urartu and Armenians articles
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Can you revert him, he removed "possibly Proto-Armenian language" from the Urartu article, and added Kurdish language in Armenians article of the languages. It use to say only Armenian language, in the Armenians page, below the list of countries that Armenians are in. Now it says Turkish and all these other languages that says we speak, it said only Armenian language. If you check Greek_people, and other people in their language just says their own language they speak. 220.127.116.11 (talk) 23:36, 16 August 2011 (UTC)
Moosh, can you revert the Azeri Turks removal of Armenians had a presence in the Armenian Highlands over 4000 years , since the time oF Hayk... etc.. He removed this from the Armenain article, the part where it says Diaspora 18.104.22.168 (talk) 22:12, 19 January 2013 (UTC)
Greater_Armenia_(political_concept) article issues
Can you remove the new map added on top? You notice Artsakh is put inside Azerbaijan, outside of the true location of Artsakh for there agendas. Also, they removed Armenian Highland from the sentence above, another agenda to remove these terms. 22.214.171.124 (talk) 19:42, 18 September 2011 (UTC)
Can you remove the Armenian Catholic Church and Armenian Evangelical Church mentionings from the sidebar of the Armenians page, its below the language info and the populations of the countries that Armenians are in. In the Religion section it already covers all this info in detail, and there is no need to mention on the top at the bar there. Also, if you notice the Greeks page, there is no other denominations mentioned in there sidebar, just says Greek Orthodox. It should just say the same way for ours, Armenian Apostolic Church, and thats it. Another point, and I can go on and on with more points on this, but its that it shows weakness, and an identity crisis for Armenians roots and strong foundations. So its not needed to mention on the above Armenian sidebar. Thanks for your help. 126.96.36.199 (talk) 07:55, 31 December 2011 (UTC)
I didnt get your response on this above yet. Also, can you revert the Kurdish user's edits in Mitanni, he put the Kurdish history template there again. Thanks. 188.8.131.52 (talk) 21:11, 17 January 2012 (UTC)
Regarding some recent Armenian article changes
This user who goes by the name of Kentronhayastan , Ive noticed his edits for a while now, and they are not exactly describing who he really is. I mean to clarify to you, what im saying is if you notice his edits on the Armenian articles, he pretends he is doing good to the Armenian history, but in fact, he is corrupting it in a clever way. He is an imposter actually. I noticed for example he added a whole bunch of foreign languages to all the articles on our history, and someone else did a good job of reverting those. He basically is POV pushing just about any time in our history articles of foreign rule. He tried to put Islam in all the history articles, hah, and included like 10 other languages, where it says languages. The person that reverted him did a good job and restored the native language Armenian to be the only main language of those times. Specially the Kingdoms of Armenia , whether they were Ancient, or the Modern kingdoms like Bagratuni, and the Antiquity. He also had purposely removed the Marzpanate Mamikonian period, and the other person asked him to restore it back from the History of Armenia template. Also if you can help out please restore back where it says "Armenia Major" in the Antiquity, to "Kingdom of Armenia", this is what it said earlier and this guy Kentronhayastan reverted it back to Armenia Major in the Template:History of Armenia. Its suppose to say Kingdom of Armenia, because the only Kingdom of Armenia mentioned first is in the Middle Ages. Its showing that there was no Kingdom of Armenia in ancient times? If you notice he recently also changed Commagene to "Kingdom of Commagene", but didnt change Armenia Major to "Kingdom of Armenia". Please put back the name "Kingdom of Armenia", in our antiquity. Thank you. And if you can also remove Armeno-Phrygian from the History template also, "because that was never there", and this imposter which im suspicious of is trying to ruin our history. Also he tried to change the language of the Orontid period, by saying it was Proto-Armenian, it was never Proto-Armenian, and everyone excepts that that was earlier than that time. 184.108.40.206 (talk) 06:25, 21 November 2012 (UTC)
Moosh, here is the discussion regarding Hayk/Orion I was trying to explain to Ian.thomson:
The previous person with the 166.x.x.x is not me. He readded the correct information, by the way which was already there a long time before Ian.Thomson removed it 2 days ago. I was adding info to the Hayk article, what was "already" here a long time ago in the Orion constellation article. It is a fact, in the Armenian pantheon there were more than one god worshipped as a Sun god. Ian.thomson is not an expert on Armenian mythologies and Armenian astronomical knowledge. At different periods of Armenian history, it was a different god worshipped as a Sun god. Also at different locations of the Sun's path, was still referred to as a Sun god. As I mentioned to him earlier when Orion rises with the Sun in the East, this Sun god is Hayk/Orion, which is also known as the "Heliacal Rising" of Orion, which is mentioned in Hyeetch's site  of the Solar Calendar of Hayk/Orion of the Armenians. The other Sun god is when the Sun is at the Highest place in heaven, that was also worshipped as a Sun god under a different gods name, not the Hayk/Orion god and star(s). The astronomical side of this is that Orion aligns with the Sun once a year, where Orion's arm is located, the Sun passes it, and thats where the ancients coined the term "Solar Hero" Orion. Also check the Orion (mythology), page. Orion is associated and in conjunction with the rising Sun. He is also mentioned there as the example of the Solar Hero.
If you can find a reliable source for this, which Ian.thomson seems to reject certain sites like armenianhighland and eutyun.org which has Hayk/Orion the "sun god". They seem to be against the term Sun god or Solar Hero. So, what other word or sentence form can we use to describe Hayk/Orion which is associated with the Sun, and or in conjunction with the Sun. They seem to except the above site Hyeetch, which mentions the Heliacal rising/Sun rising with Hayk/Orion. So I wonder what sentence form we can decribe Hayk as the Solar Hero, or Sun god? Can we just use the astronomical description of the association or conjunction of Orion (Hayk), with the Sun? Ar Astvadz etc? 220.127.116.11 (talk) 06:21, 21 November 2012 (UTC)
Both of those articles actually, but if you notice some IP user who tried to explain and put this info got blocked and they locked the articles.
Can you also revert back "Prehistory", from "Ancient" in the Template:History of Iran , the user Kentronhayastan reverted some user who is mainly an Azeri and Turkish article editor, changed it back to Ancient, where someone explained that it should say Prehistory, so Kentronhayastan reverted that user back, but that user put it back to Ancient. To be fair someone let Kentronhayastan know that it should say Prehistory, since the History of Armenia template starts off with Prehistory. In reality both of these should say "Ancient" where it says "Prehistory", in the Armenia history template. If you can also read my previous message to you above this Hayk/Orion message. Please try to remove Armeno-Phrygian in the history template, and restore what else I mentioned there. Thank you. 18.104.22.168 (talk) 02:32, 22 November 2012 (UTC)
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Template:History of Armenia image removed
Moosh, can you please restore back the image on the Template:History of Armenia , which had Ararat and Armenian eternity symbol. Some user removed it and replaced with Zvartnots church. Thank you. 22.214.171.124 (talk) 01:38, 11 August 2013 (UTC)
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Moosh I need an important favor, can you please put this version  for what was changed in the infobox "Formation and Independance". Since I noticed it more properly matches the present day Armenia article. Thank you. They removed the older version that was thet for over 3 years with traditional 2492 in the formation and indepedance infobox. Also, the head paragraph which is trying to explain false history lessons in the Armenia article. This older edit i provided here is much better for the Armenia article, instead of these different versions of the ancient history on the top of the Armenia article.
Formation and independence Democratic Republic of Armenia established 28 May 19 Independence from the Soviet Union Declared Recognised Finalised
23 August 1990 21 September 1991 25 December 1991
If you are not sure what im referring to, its here  <-- This is the edit by Yervantsi for that infobox. Please put the above version I provided. Thanks.
Also, this head paragraph in the Armenia page doesnt need an entire history lesson. Please make it brief like the link I provided from the earlier version here: A former republic of the Soviet Union, Armenia is a unitary, multiparty, democratic nation-state with an ancient and historic cultural heritage. The Kingdom of Armenia was the first state to adopt Christianity as its religion 126.96.36.199 (talk) 17:13, 1 August 2014 (UTC)
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