Making Words in Indo-European

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It has been suggested in prior posts that the alphabet is the basis of the Indo-European Language. The Hebrew Alphabet is one of the oldest alphabets and was used for this study. (See below.) Each letter already had a sound and a number associated to it. In this study a concept was attached. These symbols then comprise the Indo-European language.

To complete the exercise, let us put it to the test by examining some old Anglo-Saxon words and others. Using the concept list at the bottom observe how it may be used with the following words:

Sun… a combination of s-u-n: continuous-ongoing-yet varying. This aptly describes the sun.

From Anglo-Saxon (Old English): nes which means to survive. It is comprised of n-s: varying yet ongoing.

From Old English nest. It is comprised of n-s-t: varying yet ongoing place.

From Old English os means mouth. In Latin it means bone. It is comprised of o-s: ongoing and continuous.

From Greek chaos means abyss. Today it means confusion. It is comprised of ch-a-o-s: changing-source-ongoing-continuous.

From Old English yth means flood. It is comprised of i-th: eye – of greatest importance. Suggesting the source of the flood.

From Old English toss. It is essentially comprised of ts: to harm by tossing.

From Old English ra means to raid. Comprised of r: explosion/spreading.

From Old English raesc meaning shower. It is comprised of r-sh: explosion/spreading – of the smallest.

Compare to ras meaning to search out. Today it means erase. Comprised of r-z: explosion/spreading – sever.

Compare to raes meaning to rush, attack. Comprised of r-s: explosion/spreading – continuous.

From Old English sar means sore. Comprised of z – r: sever – spread.

From Old English seare means cunning. Comprised of s-r: continuous – spreading.

From Old English net. Comprised of n-t: varying – places of union/ties.

From Old English mag meaning may. Comprised of m-A: more – allowed.

From Old English ag means to gain or take. Comprised of a-g: source-action.

From Old English ah means to gain or take. Comprised of a-h: source-on high.

Now examine the word magnet. Note the contraction of may-ag-net as defined above.

From Old English thoth means yet, that, then at that time. Comprised of th-th: important-extreme.

From Greek tessarace means summit of a four sided tetrahedron. Note the contraction of toss-seare-raes or tossing that continued from an attack.

And the last word for the day…

The seventh word in the Torah (in Latin letters) is ts-r-ea-h which means in Hebrew (when read left to right) the Earth. Note the contraction of toss-seare-ra-ah or a tossing that continued as it raided and gained control.

This all leaves one very much to consider……..!

Significant ideas of the Indo-European Language:

‘a’ source, ‘b’ to be bisected, ‘g’ action, rotation,

Key to the Hebrew Letters and the Latin Letter that will serve to substitute for it in this study due to font issues.

‘d’ a division or state,‘h’ on high, ‘u’,’o’,’wf’ ongoing,

‘z’ to sever, severeness, ‘ch’ to change,

‘t’ a place of union, linear action, ‘I’,’y’ the eye or center,

‘k’ the impact crater and its properties,

‘L’ to lie where it fell, to lay out, to be in a line,

‘m’ more, might, measure of, ‘n’ negation, to reverse in direction yet continue,

‘s’ continuous state of being, unbroken, ‘A’ assigned, custom law,

‘p’ power in the small or great, ‘ts’ to harm by tossing, teasing, twisting, action that harms,

‘q’ magnetic pole and force,

‘r’ behavior of an explosion,

‘sh’ becoming infinitely small or transparent, ephemeral

and ‘th’ denotes importance and order of events.

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