Another find from my referrer log: Ahnenkult (‘ancestor worship/cult’). The About page says, “This blog is concerned with history, both human and natural, and race in its various senses. Ortu Kan is an Asiatic in the second decade of his life, temporarily in the West but not of it. His people’s language is Altaic (sensu Miller).” Language is not mentioned as a topic, but it comes up frequently, for instance here (Nietzsche: “It is highly probable that philosophers within the domain of the Ural-Altaic languages (where the concept of the subject is least developed) look otherwise “into the world,” and will be found on paths of thought different from those of the Indo-Germanic peoples and the Muslims: the spell of certain grammatical functions is ultimately also the spell of physiological valuations and racial conditions”) and here:
Mongols apparently think that certain ethnic traits are innate, not learnt. For example, language! The pure Halh dialect is something so subtle that no one can learn to imitate it very well. The Buryats who have long lost their own dialect would also tell me that when one is old one can no longer control one’s tongue, but finds oneself intuitively slipping back to the Buryat pronunciation. A Chinese erliiz [half-breed], when old, would often pronounce Mongolian badly with a subtle Chinese flavour, so it was claimed.
But whether they involve language or not, many of the posts are fascinating; did you know, for instance, about the Kalmyks at the fall of Paris in 1814? The blog has been going since last May; I hope it continues for a good long time.