Saturday, February 18, 2017

How did Indian's discover Zero and Decimal System?

The hint came from Solar Orbits. This also addresses how Indian's discovered Zero and Decimal System.  This also establishes Indians knew Astronomy and Gravity well.

This was a very interesting exercise.  I was already given the clue: "chan-chan." is "sun-sun" for it being a very ever sunny site.

I thought in Sanskrit, there would be sounds like that from where the sound for Sun came out.  And I found two words.

The word for Sanskrit Sun is "sunuu".  And the word for verb "go" is "shun" where "sh" is palatal and can also become "ch" or even "z", (English letter 'x' is  Sanskrit Compound Sibiliant 'kS' or 'ksh', Dental 's' is 'sa', Palatal 'sh', 'ch' or 'z' are 'z', and there is none for Sanskrit Cerberal "S').

The Sanskrit word for zero is "O" is "shunya", and it looks like it looks like a circle and the attribute of sun as orbit is "go-go" or perpetual going. 

Indians may have got the idea of Decimal System and Zero by looking at the Solar Orbits and they completing perfect cycles before starting from scratch or zero again!

Thursday, February 16, 2017

South American Site - chan-chan = sun-sun

This also addresses how Indian's discovered Zero and Decimal System.

This was a very interesting exercise.  I was already given the clue: "chan-chan" is "sun-sun" for it being a very ever sunny site.

I thought in Sanskrit, there would be sounds like that from where the sound for Sun came out.  And I found two words.

The word for Sanskrit Sun is "sunuu".  And the word for verb "go" is "shun" where "sh" is palatal and can also become "ch" or even "z", (English letter 'x' is  Sanskrit Compound Sibiliant 'kS' or 'ksh', Dental 's' is 'sa', Palatal 'sh', 'ch' or 'z' are 'z', and there is none for Sanskrit Cerberal "S').

The Sanskrit word for zero is "O" is "shunya", and it looks like it looks like a circle and the attribute of sun as orbit is "go-go" or perpetual going. 

Indians may have got the idea of Decimal System and Zero by looking at the Solar Orbits and they completing perfect cycles before starting from scratch or zero again!

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Ion, Ionian - Sanskrit Suffix aayan, aayanaa

Sanskrit "aayaN" in RamaayaN means (story) following of "rama".

Sanskrit "aayanaa" or "aainaa" is mirror, the reflection follows you.

English suffix "ion" or "ionion" mean the same.

Thursday, February 9, 2017

Mag-ic-an - maga

Sanskrit is maga.  The "ik" is like "ness" or adjective and "an" is like Plural Objective or Accusative. Sun Priest also is called "maga".

Saturday, October 22, 2016

RamStein in Germany - Ram Sthaan in India

The sounds "th" and "t" are often intermixed.

So are sounds "aa" and "ae" or "ei".

This is part of Linguistics Archeology and conforming with the PIE story.

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Immort-al - Amarat

Just realized the word Immortal is connected with the Sanskrit word Amarat.

The uninitiated speakers can confuse the sound "a" with sounds of "i", and "o", and repeat the sound "m"

So amarat becomes i(a)m(m)o(a)r(a)t - and al is added to make it adjective like -ness.

Friday, July 22, 2016

German:Wissen and kennen - Sanskrit: viSheShaN and keNaN

Wissen implies knowing a fact, kennen implies knowing in the sense of being acquainted with and having a working knowledge of; there is also a noun derived from kennen..
Sanskrit viSheShaN means Adjective and meaning attribute of the knowing fact or object. Sanskrit KeNeN mean How or By What Means or Instrumentative.
So both German and Sanskrit have similar words!