Sunday, April 30, 2017

Etymology of Cypress

The etymology of Cypress showing land cut off from main land after Great Floods. Similar analysis has been shown for Islands of Crete, Japan and Catlina Islands.

"c" is also "s", and "ch" is "sh". Sibilants like Palatal or talvaya "sh", Dental or dantaya "sa", retro flex or mURdhanys "S" and compound "kS" as (k)S(h)atri or "ksh" are often confused by Westerners who are not trained in old Vedic Aryan Sanskrit sounds. The letter "x" is crude replacement for "kS", like in X-mas or Christmas. "z" for "sh" and other variants. "s" for "sa". Cerebral sounds in normal English sounds are dropped or approximated.

kSip or same as English Ship means tossed or thrown away. By this act it is also transported.

Friday, April 28, 2017

sri - sir, voh, who

It reminds me that the Sanskrit was once influencing the World as the language and there are so many proofs based on Gene, Linguistics and Archeology. Most of the History has been written by English Colonials and German Orientalists. 

There is also proof that Devnagri was influencing all over the world. I have shown proofs of these characters there in Egypt, Babylonia, Turkey, Antoloa, Minonians and even in North America. This is what has survived as DNA traces of a history that has been literally white washed, thanks to the Internet.

sri - is a respectable honor name and indicative of post Vedic Aryan period.  In English this has survived as Sir, a pattern seen where letters are juxtaposed by the illiterate or the uninitiated.

voh - means "that person". In Sanskrit this word is not there. It is a Hindi word. In English it survives as "who".  "w" is nothing but two "u" and the later's semi vowelized sound is "va".  "who" is "voh" with "h" and "o" transposed.

Sri - Sir,

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Cup - Kapal

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skull_cup

If one sees Indian Sadhus, many times they use Skull as a cup from ancient times.

In Sanskrit, the word for Skull and Jar is 'kapAla'.

Monday, April 10, 2017

Vignettes -> vi + gNy + it

Sanskrit - vi + gNy + it - Undertaking + Knowing/Learning + Past Participle -> Followed Path of Learning or Adapting to Learning, which is nature of "vine" and what the word means.

Saturday, April 1, 2017

The root 'mar'

marya - youth in Mitanni Sanskrit.

maRitus - Latin for husband

Other words - martial, marriage

marya - In Sanskrit, lover, suitor, mortal, limit,

mar - in Sanskrit means death, killing, dying.

Mars is a dead planet.

Marsh land is dead land for agriculture.

Friday, March 10, 2017

Industrialize - Indus-tRi-ya-lize

Indus - The Indus Valley was the most Ancient and Advanced Civilization.

The Phoenicians were paaNikanah or paaNikanaas of the Vedeas. They roamed the Oceans and also settled on the North Land of Levant.

These people were adventurous, knowledgeable, hardworking and advanced. 

The word "Indus" is a Common Noun but it actually cognate of Sindhus.

The Agent Noun would be Indus-tR(i).

And Adjective out of it, will be Indus-tR(i)-ya.

"R" is also "Ri"