Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Abhisit Vejjajiva - abhi-jiit vijaya-jiiva

Thailand's youngest prime minister in 60 years.

Another example where the uninitiated people keep corrupting the spelling and pronunciation and start loosing the meaning behind their names.

abhi-jiit - means the "one who can not be conquered".

vijaya-jiiva means the "one living being who has won or conquered".

Saturday, November 15, 2008

Abelian - Bil and Bel

Abelian Group - Commutative Group, which means that it can be swapped without changing meaning or value, which can only happen if it is not having any affinity or attachment.

Sanskrit 'bil' means 'to cleave' and 'to split' - one can not 'attach' unless one cleaves something else or splits the object of attachment.

In Sanskrit and Hindi, "Bel" is the name for the Creeper Plant, which needs 'cling' to the host, usually wall or a pole, to climb. In Sanskrit, vowels get graded to different levels, so "i" ie connected to "ii", "e", and "ae" - as well as 'y', 'ay', 'aya' and 'ya', which is opposite of vowel gradation, and is called retro-gradation, and in Sanskrit it is called 'sam-pra-san-na'.

'abel' would mean something that does not 'cling' or has 'affinity'.

The Hindi words for the roller-pin, "belan(a)" and for the vine or the creeper, "bel", are also connected with the root.

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Astronomy - as-t-rA-namA-ya

Astronomy - as-t-rA- namA-ya - The instrument to coin a name (of a person). It is still relevant in India to names babies after consulting the stars and horoscope. Astronomy is still significant in marking auspicious days and festivals. The same was true for Persians, Babylonians, Syrians, Greeks, Italians, Mayans, Incans, Peruvians, and so on.

as - Strong root for 'be', 'is', 'are'.

as-t - Weak Present Participle which makes it Action Noun.

as-t-R - Makes it root for Agent Noun. The Singular form is as-t-rA.

namAya - To name, for naming, something to be named.

as-t-rA-namA-ya - An instrument to name.

Sunday, October 26, 2008

Hippocratic - hi-upa-kart-ic, Hippocrates - hi-up-kaar-t-us

Hippocratic - Oath of selfless service taken by graduating doctors.

hi-upa-kaar-t-ic -
In Sanskrit it means that one who only does charitable (and favorable) work.

Hippocrates - hi-up-kaar-t-us (
or ah) - One who wants to do a charitable work.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hippocrates (ca. 460 BC – ca. 370 BC)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sushruta ( 6th century BCE)


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charaka (300 BC)


In Mehrgarh, Pakistan, archeologists made the discovery that the people of Indus Valley Civilization from the early Harappan periods (c. 3300 BC) had knowledge of medicine and dentistry

Dhanwanti, the Father of Ayurveda, and the guru of Sushurita.

Sushurita was one of the 500 BC Surgeons who was doing Plastic Surgery to construct Noses (called Rhinoplasty).

Ayurveda was also having Surgery ((k)Shalya Shilp ChikitShaa) as well but after Buddha around 500 BC blood letting was considered sinful and this practice vaned.

According to Ayurvedia traditions, Hippocrates had visited India and learnt. Notice the commonality of 3 Doshas or Humors of Ayurveda and the 3 or 4 Humors of Greek Medicine (depending on how you count Black and Yellow Bile as one or two).

Many of modern instruments used in surgery match that used by Sashurita, who was before Hippocratus, and they also match those used by Hippocratus,

Monday, October 13, 2008

Kashkari - Kashmiri Brahmin

Kash-Kari - Moment I heard the name, I knew I was looking at some ancient but uncommon Indian surname, and then I went to Wikipedia, and was not surprised to see that the man in the news, related to US Treasury 7 Billion bailout, is of Indian origin!

kAri -> One who does something by profession

kSa -> Protector of the field, cultivator, destruction of the world, demon, 4rth incarnation of Vishnu, lightning.

kSA -> earth

kaSa -> rubbing, touchstone (alchemist), assay

kaSA-> astringent, potion, fragrant, decoction, ointment, perfuming, brown red color, teacher, attachment, emotion, passion, dulness, stupidity, sin, decay, degeneracy

kASa -> cheeks

kASA -> brown red color, of teacher

kash -> strike, whip

So most probably, it points to someone whose inheritance goes to Brahmin Ayurvedic Doctor, or Whip Maker, Goldsmith, Teaching Profession, or Royal class connected with Fields.

Since his ancestors must have borne the extra burden of carrying on with their religion of their ancestors, and not converting to Islam, it is more likely that he is of Brahmin descent, plus one could not be that wrong, considering, he has an impeccable educational credentials.

Friday, October 10, 2008

Martti Ahtisaari - Former Finnish President Wins Nobel Peace Prize

If one reads the Nordiac Languages, one would get a feeling that one is reading Sanskrit-like language. And this is not a surprise considering Indo European Language, Culture and Religion belongs to the same stock of ancestors.

Martti Ahtisaari - Mar + t + ti + A + ha/hi + ti + saari

Mar - Root is "mR(i)" - To Die. Next grade sound makes it "Mar" - which is the Guna grade.

Mar + t => Makes it Active Present or Passive Past Participle (there are some subtle rules to make it different but we can not be sure here there is some corruption going on).

Mar + t + t -> Sometimes the consonants get doubled.

Mar + t + t + i -> Makes in Locative with meaning of "in" or "on". So it means "In or On Death".

a = Prefix used for making a consonant word with negative meaning.

hati -> hurt, inhured, blemished, defeated

hit -> purpose, proper, beneficial, advantageous, friendly, pleasant, protected, running, speeding, set up, planned, prepared, held, assigned, reckoned, constituted, appointed, given, salutary, agreeing, wholesome, convenient, suitable, and useful.

saar - saar -> essence, full of, like "ness".

saar + i - one in tht essence of something.

So it means, "one in death, one who is in full of, either not defeated, hurt, blemished, ..., or not with purpose, beneficial, ....

I will choose to go by the word "hati" as it agrees with spelling and also has some positive context.

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Ma-chate - Maach-Chediy

Ma·chete - a large heavy knife used for cutting sugarcane and underbrush and as a weapon
\mə-ˈshe-tē, -ˈche-; -ˈshet\
circa 1575

While watching a show on National Geographic, on Taboo, I saw how this was being used by Filipinos in one of their rituals. Then it dawned on me how the word may have been derived.

Maach - Fish (Check out Maachu Picchu)

Chediy or Chediya - That cuts. The root is "Chid", which means "to pierce" or "to cut", and one can add "iya" to make it a Potential Participle - that would do the verb. It makes the verb an Adjective or Noun.

There are two "ch-ch" sounds and one of the rule says you can compress that into one sound. So "Maach-Ched-iya" becomes "Machediya". Now "iya" can also be written as "ey" or "ee", or "e".
"y" is the semi vowel and connected to the vowel "i". "t" and "d" are interchangeable and often confused (those who say "t" and are heard as "d", and vice versa, would know this), and for there is one rule where the hard "t" is replaced by soft "d" and vice versa.

The word showing the origins to Spanish shows that the Spanish picked up the word from Native Americans, and the word was already introduced to them by the Eastern People. It is a well known fact that the people of Eastern Islands, and Perus had a history of cultural contacts.

So the "Mach-Chedey" was used to skin the fish, which is what the eastern people are found off, as their staple diet is "Mach" and "Bhaat" (rice).

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Polymath - Paal-iya-Maat, Pal-iya-Mati, Palya-Mat or Palya-Mant

Background Postings:



Polymath - Person who is not confined to the learning in one subject or field - and as such others may call him someone who is master of many subjects - but that is only driven by an unquenched thirst for more and more knowledge of understanding the mysteries of the Nature.

Paal - Means Master, Lord, Husband, and has that meaning in the words for Paal-i-Staan (Palestine), Ne-Paal (Nepal), Tri-Paal-ia (Tripoly) - which is same the meaning of Tri-Pati (Thiru Paathi) in South India. The word is also used by Babylonian Kings, including (S)hommu-Ravi's Hammurabi's father - Amar Paal (Amar Phaal). It also means one which has "Om-ni" like attributes - of the nature of possessing many.

Paal - iya - Suffix for Potential Participle, Joining Sound as "i" after Consonants, and it becoming "y", "iy" "iya", and so on.

Paalya - Same as above.

Maat - Composed, Measured. That is why the Agent Noun becomes MaatR(i), which is the root for the word 'Mother'.

Maat-i - Knowledge, True Knowledge. Again the Agent noun root would become "Maat-i-R(i)", which again means one who is like "Mother".

Mat and Mant - The suffixes for making Adjectives, like "-ness". One is stronger one, and the other one is weaker one. They are like "Vant", "Vat", and the Singulars are "Vaan" and "Maan".

Sunday, September 21, 2008

Priapus and Para-Purus

Background Postings:
Om Phallos
Aum Sign in Crete"

Priapus (be warned of gross and graphical nature of a drawing of symbol of Male Principle - which did not offend the ancients as they were more acceptable to the facts of life without much complexes and perversion as today's modern society has become)

The picture denotes that Greek people left off the Indic branch much earlier before further refinement happened to the same myths.


Para-Purus(ah) - The epithet for the Brahman, the Super Soul - the Man Beyond the Beyond - The God Principle, which I call the First Principle - the mother of all Principles and Laws without which all other laws are moot and fail.

From Gnostics, by Charles William King

"The winged goddesses Athor and Sate, representing the Roman Venus and Juno, sometimes are found accompanied with such legends as makes it evident they too had been pressed into the Gnostic service, as representatives of certain amongst the feminine Æons. * But another shape repeatedly presents his monstrosity to our astonished gaze, whose true character almost sets conjecture at defiance, but evidently the offspring of very diverse ideas most strangely commingled. He is an aged man, Priapean, four-winged, with four hands grasping as many sceptres; he has likewise the spreading tail of the vulture and stands in the baris, or upon the coiled serpent, or on a tree-trunk, horizontal, whence project five lopped off branches. Some potent saviour must he be, for he is addressed, like Abraxas himself, by the title ΑΒΛΑΝΑΘΑΝΑΛΒΑ! But the most prominent symbol in the monstrous collocation suggests an explanation of its hidden meaning, supplied by the following exposition of Justinus, that wildest teacher in all the Gnosis. "For this cause said he unto Eden, Mother, behold thy son! meaning his animal and carnal body. He himself, however, having commended his spirit into the Father's hands, ascended up unto the Good One. Now this Good One is Priapus, He that created before anything existed. On this account he is called Priapus because he first made all things (ἐπριαπόισε). * For this reason is he set up in every temple, being honoured by all Nature, and likewise in the roadways, having the fruits of Autumn hung about him, that is, the fruits of the Creation whereof he is the author, inasmuch as he first made the Creation which before was not."

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Loxodrome - LaKS-ah-DRuM

Loxodrome is a line fixed at an angle with the Meridian Lines of the Earth (it is mainly Longitudinal Lines and could be extrapolated conceptually to Celestial Meridian Lines as well as for any Planet), and starts one's journey from one pole to another (mainly from South Pole to North Pole or vice versa - but it could be also taken as one East Extra mum to Western Extra mum).

Sanskrit - laKS + ah + drum -> laKS + o + DRum

LaKs -> Aim, Destination or Object of the journey, trip, path, process. Here "KS" is the compound Sanskrit Sibilant which is approximated by "X" sound in English.

ah -> Hard Aspirate, Sanskrit Visargah added to make it Nominal or Subjunctive Noun and in many cases to make it Genitive and Ablative, indicating, "of" and "from" sense. This becoms "O" when meeting Soft Vowels, and in other times, it becomes "ar", Dental "s", Palatal "sh" and Cerberal "SH" sounds.

drum -> to rum, drive away, motion, to make fluid. It can become Cerebral sounds "DR" from Dental "d" because previous "KS" as well as "r" is considered Cerebral Semi Vowel.

Note the the Musical Instrument, called "Drums" is an indication of copying by an uninitiated - as in Sanskrit, "DamRu" means the same. Because of the difficulty of Western Nations Speakers in Cerebral Sounds, and confusion with the subtlety of the sounds, there could be a tendency to say Cerebral 'D' as "DR", as well juxtaposition of the Vowel grade sound "aR" in reading Devanagari, which even my children did. The root for 'to sound' is 'Dum', and one adds Cerebral "R" to make it Agent Noun, after adding "a" by one rule, and then for making it Genitive or Ablative, it would become "DamRu-ah", and later "ah" would get dropped - meaning something "which is the agent of making the sound".

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Britstol - vR(i)ST-tal

Bristol fashion

(BRIS-tl FASH-uhn)

adjective: In good order.

We know the term is coined after Bristol, England, but we are not so certain why. Some believe the term alludes to the prosperity of the city from its flourishing shipping business. Others claim that the term arose as a result of the very high tidal range of the port of Bristol: at low tides ships moored here would go aground and if everything on the ship was not stowed away properly, chaos would result. The term is often used to describe boats and typically used in the phrase "shipshape and Bristol fashion".

There are many examples of people pronouncing "b" as "v" - like the Bengalis of India calling the rain as "briSTi".

vRS - In Sanskrit means, to rain, to pour, pour forth, effuse, to distribute, to overwhelm, etc.
"v" is the Labial "v", "R" and "S" are Cerebral "Ri" Vowel and "S" Cereberal Sibiliant Vowel.

vRSt -> bRST - Past Participle, "Something which rained, poured, etc". Here Dental "t" becomes Cerebral "T" because previous two letters are Cerebral.

Tal - mean surface and usually used to indicate a watery surface. "A-tal" would meain mountain, something that is not a leveled surface, and it is what the meaning of the Indian Prime Minister "Atal Vihaari Vajpayee" meant, as as as the meaning of "Atilla The Hun", where "Atilla" is actually "Atal" which also becomes "Atil" as Adjective and means "unmoveable", which is same as the word "Atal". Double "l" and single "l" are equivalent, where one can be dropped, and "a" sound comes because of confusion between English and Sanskrit letters having or not having a built in sound of 'a' - respectively - like "Rama" in English and "Raam" in Sanskrit, and also "Krishna" in English and "kRSN" in Sanskrit.

vRST-Tal -> vRSTal - which means a level created by poured, rained, overwhelmed water distribution - which is what the etymology says.

Saturday, August 30, 2008

Adiabatic - Adiya-bha-at-ic

Adiabatic means where no energy can pass or transfer.

Da - means to give (we can also say "d" as "a" in English and Hindi is built in sound but in Sanskrit iy is a seperate sound from consonants).

D-i-ya - some that can be given

A-D-i-ya - some thing that can not be given

Bha - To Radiate, To Shine, To Pass, To Appear

Bha-at - Something that has Appeared, Radiated, Shone, Passed.

Bha-at-ic - Adjective - like "ness".

a-da-i-ya-bha-at-ic - some thing has the propery of not passing, radiating, shining, or appearing (from no where).

So to show up, one needs to have a transfer of radiation, passing of energy, and to shine, one needs to radiate as well as pass the energy.

Thursday, August 21, 2008

Dexterous - dakSat-ar-us


Dexterous - Able, Competent




dakS - The English "x" is an approximation sound for Sanskrit Compound Sibilant, "kS", where "S" is a Cerebral or Palatal Sibilant. It means "to act to satisfaction" or "to act quickly" (which one can do when one is competent).

To make it a Present Active Participle, it becomes "dskSat", which is a Action Noun. Agent Noun is "dakSatR". And the Genetive (Possesice case), and Ablative Case (from, to) becomes "dakSatra-uh" or "dakSatra-us". So a "competent man"'s work would be called "dakStra-us", which is a "competent" or "able work".

Friday, August 15, 2008

Shaman, Semi, Same - Samant, Sama, Sama, Soma

English Words

Shaman - Native Americans, Indians, Australian Abrogines, Africans, Easter Island, had this priest class. They have connection with the "world beyond" or beyond the 3 + 1 Dimensions of Space and Time.

Sami - Half

Same - Same

Sanskrit Words

Samanta - neighboring, abutting, being on all sides, bordering, limiting, contiguous all, entire, whole, universal, being on every side, adjacent, neighbor, adjacent owner. The root is "Sa" which is for "is" or "are", and "Sa-Mant" makes it a strong generic for someone who makes it happen. So the one in "neighbor, abutting, universal, whole, adjacent" space makes it happen. The word is also used in Rik Vedas for one type of Priests.

SemA - Same as "Semi" - 6 months mentioned in Arth Veda.

Sama - same, equal.

Soma - "Hallucination" Plant Juice so called used in the Vedic Ages, and also used by Shamans.

Sunday, August 10, 2008

Grab, Gravity - grabh-iti , grabhI-tri, Grabh

Grabh - To Seize, same as English Grab. The word is used in the most ancient books of the Word Knowledge, called Vedas, in Rig Veda.

Grabh-i-t - Passive Past Participle, and makes it an Action Noun

Grabh-ant - Strong form of Active Present Participle Root, and makes it an Action Noun

Grabh-a-t - Weak form of Active Present Participle Root, and makes it an Action Noun

Grabh-a-tR - Root for Agent Noun, Present Participle.

Grabh-ta-a or GrabhtA - Male Singular Agent Noun "First Case indicating Subject Case".

Grabh-t-R-I -> Grabh-i-tI - Feminine Singular Agent Noun. For Ancient Earth was mother Earth and anything associated with it was a Feminine. There is one rule in Conjugation of Verbs, where "R" sound becomes "ir", and then one needs to add "I" sound for making it a Feminine.

Grabh-a-iti - Add 'a' for converting Verb to Noun - as one of the tules, and 'iti' is for 'thus', and together it makes it a compound. That which has grabbed - thus.

Thursday, July 31, 2008

sommelier - Soma-Mela + ir



noun: A wine steward in a restaurant.

From French sommelier, from somm(er)ier (one charged with transporting supplies), from somier (beast of burden), from somme (burden). From driving a pack animal to drafting wine lists, a sommelier has come a long way. A sommelier is to wine as a cicerone is to beer, though the latter has recently been introduced and is not widespread.

Sanskritized Word - Soma-Mela-Ri - Soma - Mela - ir - Soma-Melayr.

Soma - Soma - Wine, Moon (you drink the nectar of shower of Moon's light in the full moon of a romantic tango between you and your lover), famous 'soma' juice mentioned in Vedas.

Mela - The root is "Mil", to meet, and "Mela" becomes the "place to meet", or the "action noun" where the Action Noun takes place. The Agent Noun will be adding Cerebral sound "R", and it becomes as root for Agent Noun, "MelR", and some rules allow "R" to become "ir".

So the word means "One who mixes wine!".

Weird coincidence is that the Chairman of India's BlueFisher is Vijay Mallya and he is into the same business! The last name Mallya is of Konkanasth Brahmins from Kerla.

Another starange connection is "Malaviya" surname of Brahmins from North India, like that of Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya .

Friday, July 25, 2008


Oxymoron - Contradictory words combined to make words that mean nothing.

Oxymoron - AKSya + maRaN

aKSya - that can not be destroyed, Space, which is Eternal. 'aKS' means 'Eyes' (in fact the corruption is "axs" -> "ayes" -> "eyes". That what is to be seen with "akS" is Space, or the Eternal, a Potential Participle. "aKS" as verb means, to pervade, to penetrate, to reach, to embrace, to pass through.

MaRaN - Root is 'mR' which is to "die", and the next grade sound is "maR" and "aN" is to make it into Active Present Participle. That which dies.

So 'AKSya + maRaN' means "that is Eternal and yet Dies" - which is nothing but a "Oxymoron".

Radovan - Rudra-Vaan, Rudh-Vaan, Rud-Vaan

Now a days Radovan Karadzic is in the news.

The hint comes from the ending "van", which "vaan", which is Active Past Participle Suffix.

Rudra - to cry, to weep, to howl ( as verb and praise worthy as noun, which we can rule out).

Ruda - same as Rudra

Rudh - to sprout, to shoot, to grow, to avert, to besiege, to asunder, to tear, to torment, to opress.

Ruh - to ascend, to climb, to ascend, etc.

So someone who did make others cry, opress, or who climbed, averted, besieged, etc. Basically a warrior class attribute.

Karadzic - Kara means doer like Bhas-kar. Not sure how "dzic" comes but it could be "daZik", which means "ten times", or "Ten Times Doer", a honoring epithet. Or "DaaZik" which means "Slave-ic", which means someone who "make slaves". Someone should research his family history and see if the meanings come close.

Thursday, July 24, 2008

parapraxis - pra + aKShi + ah (S), Proxy - Pra + aaKSh + ya

parapraxis - Freudian slip in speech or writing, revealing subconscious or unconscious intent.

para - pra + aKShi + ah (S)

para - beyond this "side" or "realm"

pra - self forth

aKShi - revealing, here "x" is indicative of "KS" sound of KShatri, and no other language I know has this compound 'Sibliant' sound to my knowledge, and where ever "x" sound comes across in English think of the "KS" sound.

ah - S, which is unspoken hard Visarga sound, and for Guttural and Labial, besides Cerebral, preceding letters, it becomes Cerebral Sibilant sound.

Like in the word "Proxy", it is "Pra + aaKSh + ya", which means "self forth + seen + that is", which is what "Proxy" means, but "a" sound has become "o" here in the corruption.

This is one proof the the Greek sound "X" is a borrowed sound from Sanskrit "KS" and it is seen in all warrior surnames, like "Cossacks", "Kassites", etc.

Saturday, July 19, 2008

Calculus - Kal-Kul-uh or Kal-Kul-us

Calculus - Mathematics which follows the "movement of changes" between variables.

kal - movement, to go after, to count,

kul - adjective suffix, like "vi-aa - ay -kul", worried as "vi" - is to undertake, "aa" is towards, "ay" is indicative of movement here, and "ku" is the suffix for adjective, which means "something that makes follow towards (something)" - which is when someone is worried. It also means to proceed continuously as well as count.

uh - suffix for generic root.

which means "something that counts movements", which is what "Calculus" is about, and see the postings Did Newton Lie" and Newton Stone .

Monday, July 14, 2008

Onomatopoeia - Aa-Naam-aat-a-up-paay-iya


Aa- Prefix for Towards

Naam- Name

aat - prefix for Ablative, e.g. sense of "from"

a - "a" and "aa" are ambiguous sounds in many languages and do not have 3 grades like other vowels, so 'Ram' in Sanskrit becomes 'Rama' in English, but in Sanskrit 'Ramaa' is Feminine version of Ram, like 'Krishn' becomes 'Kirshna' but 'Krishnaa' is Feminine of 'Krishn'. My children even today, after years of training in Hindi and Sanskrit, still have tendency to pronounce "aa" sound as "a" or "o" and when "a" sound is built into the consonants, like English, add an additional 'a', which makes it 'aa' sound.

'up' - prefix for 'away' - towards an object.

'paay' - obtainable - from root 'paa', and when someone adds "aaya" it can becomes "Potential Participle", something that should happen or be done, and this can also come as "Gerun", something indicates a sense of being completed, but it falls more in the category of "Preposition" or "Adverb", indicating "before-ness" or "a manner of verb occurance", and for verbs with prefix usage, "aay".

'iya' - ending for making an 'adjective' with 'ness' in mind - indicating an attribute possession. The 'a' comes because of "ambiguity of 'a' sound.

So the meaning is "A name which goes away or comes from the object, as a means towards obtaining the object-ness".

Basically a name that itself describes the object and comes from the object itself! A paradox, but here the paradoxical object is nothing but a natural sound one finds in the nature.

"Upaaya" in Sanskrit means "Method" with the same context.

like a scooter in Hindi is called "Phat-Phati" because it makes that sound of "Phat-Phat".

Saturday, July 5, 2008

Caren, Karen - Kiran, KaraN, CharaN, Sharan

This shows how the richness of sounds is lost in transliteration of an ancient language to modern a language. Soon we will loose this knowledge, and the window to peek into the world of the ancients.

KiraN in Sanskrit and Hindi means "Ray of Light"

KaraN means Sun or Gold.

CharaN means feet, slave, servant.

SharaN means shelter.

"K" and "C" are interchangable, and "i" and "e" is also like wise. For many people the sounds of "a" and "e" sound the same. "Sh" becomes "Ch", which becomes "C" and then "K.

If these two names are just a co-incidence, then we should hear some animal make a sound like one them! For the same reasons, common vowels, like "a", "e", "i", "o" and "u" sound variations are found in most languages, if not all. And if they are just a random co-incidence, then we must observe animal kingdone making these sounds. They do communicate among themselves and it is just that their do it in their own vocal way - just the way we do. And yes, they count as well, but not the way we think counting should be done! How else a mother in all kingdom shows the same emoting actions on all its cubs, chicks, or babies, and if one is missing, immediately knows what has gone on!

Friday, June 13, 2008


Epistemilogy - Theory of Knowledge.

Epistemilogy -> aa + ips + it + tam + loka + ay

'aa' -> prefix for "towards"

'ips' -> verb root for "to wish to obtain"

'it' - suffix for Past Passive Particple, that converts a Verb Root to Verbal, Adjective and Noun Form indicating Past Tense with Passive voice. "t" is the main suffix and man y times it is optionally joined with "i" before "t". Other letters possible are "n", "dh", "T", and "Dh", besides "t", where "T" and "Dh" are Hard and Soft Unaspirated Sounds Cerebrals.

'tam' - suffix for Superlative - like "Ist" and "est" for English.

'loka' - world, the stage on which the Ultimate Reality or Consciousness Plays upon - the - the Knowledge and Theory behind.

'aya' - suffix for Adjective - indicating Potential Participle or Gerundive - something that needs to be done or followed.

So what could be "towards the wish to obtain the best "world" or the "theory" or "knowledge" behind.

You decide if the meaning comes cose to the meaning in the English word.

One can also write as "aa + paa + Ist + Tam + Loka + ya".

'aa' - means 'Towards'.
'paa' - means 'To Obtain' - ' Pa' and 'Paa' are same.
'iSt' - 'most desired' - like related to God and Knowledge is the essence of God.
'tam' - superlative suffix.
'lok' - 'world, domain, field, knowledge or God where shines'.
'aya" - suffix for Adjective - indicating Potential Participle or Gerundive - something that needs to be done or followed.

Again you decide if the word meaning comes close to the English word.

Saturday, June 7, 2008

More corruptions of the word "Ram"

In continuation of the series on the word "Ram", and trying to see how ancient and how common the word spread, and what was the basis and the reason for this phenomenon, like one would find the names "Christ" , "Christy", "Chris", "Christian", "Krity", "Kris", "Kristian", and so on.

Same with Mohammad, Mohammat, Mahamat, Mahamad, etc. Please, 'Mat' in Sanskrit means "opinionated" as well as it is a suffix for converting verbs into Active Present Participles, with "Maan", for Singular, "Maant" for other variations with stronger inflections, and "Mat" for the weaker ones. Reverend Mohammad Saahib was Quereshi, same as Kureshi, or Chureshi, Shureshi, and Sureshi, which means 'Sun God Worshiper', and was from a clan of priests who were also Sun Worshipers.

He was boycotted by his clan because he challenged their authority when he saw the superstition and corruption prevailing on both sides, on people side as well as on the priest side. So it could also mean "Great Opinionated", besides "The One Who Becomes Great".

He had his vision of Divinity when he was meditating in a cave when he was following the fast of Ramaa-adaan - before he started his struggle in Kaaba, before he was kicked out by the clan and there were series of military battles and strifes over many years, and it eventually led to his victory, return to Kaaba and the starting of Islam. He had a nephew whose wife was called "Hinduja" which is a Sindhi last name. He was boycotted by his clan because he challenged their authority when he saw the superstition and corruption prevailing on both sides, on people side as well as on the priest side. So it could also mean "Great Opinionated", besides "The One Who Becomes Great". I just wanted to make sure people understand the significance of the corruptions of the words going on here.

Anyway, coming back to the original topic, Inti Raymi has another connection is with the "Solar God". Also note that "Inti" is nothing but "Indi", which is "Hindu" and "Sindhu" corruptions. "S" -> "Sh" -> "H" -> "A" -> " " and joins with the vowel sound of the next vowel. So Sindhu -> Shindu -> Hindu -> Indu -> Indu-ia (as adjective where Hindus live) -> India. "H" is a soft Aspirate sound and can become "A". I have given a lot of references in the previous postings. "S" and "Sh" are Dental and Palatal Sibilant "S" sounds.

Also, other variations are, Ramesys, Ramesy, Ramsey, Ramsy, Ramse, Ramey, and Rame. Hopefully this should close this subject for a while.

Thursday, May 29, 2008

Brachistochrone - Path For Object In Vertical Plane In Shortest Time

Brachistochrone - BhraS + IST + (ah) + Kram + (e) -> BhraS-iST-ah-Kram-e -> BhraS-iST-ah-Chram-e -> Bharch-iST-o-ChraNe -> Bharch-ist-o-ChroNe

BhraS - To Fall with Cerebral S. English does not have this sound "S" sound, and it is sometimes heard in "Shutup", but here "sh" is actually written for Palatal Soft "S" sound as "Sh" and also becomes "ch" in spelling when pronounced as "sh".

IST - iiST - ist - The suffix for Superlatives - like - 'est' in English. "S" and "T" are Cerebral sounds. "S" becomes "s" in approximations and "I", Big 'i' becomes 'i'.

ah - Termination for Singular Nominative or Subjective - like Rama becomes Ramah. "ah" is the Hard "h" sound and is called 'visargha' in Sanskrit. When meeting the soft sound "sh", not as the Sibilants liked by Hard Consonants, can become 'o'. Sibilants are treated as Hard sounds but English "Sh" and Sanskrit "Sh" are also treated as "Soft" sounds.

Kram - To Progress, to follow order, sequence, progression, trace space-time events.

e - For Locative Case of "In" and " On".

So it means the "Fall + Best + Progress or Path of Succession Events + In" - which is what the word means in Greek and English!

Sunday, May 11, 2008

Where there is fire, there is also smoke...


1. Probabilities of forming the combinations of letters in the word "Ram" or "Rama" are 1/26 x 1/26 x 1/26 or 1/26 x 1/26 x 1/26 x 1/26.

2. Sound of "Ram" and its variations, are also very rare combinations, like a piece of Music is. So some combination of beats, pitches, and rhythms when pirated from one musical or song piece to another musical or song piece, one can still find the "copying", specially when one is trained in the field of music.

3. To see the similarity in sounds, one needs to be trained to speak and listen in that "accent". So a person from Central Uttar Pradesh, speaking its version of Hindi, in India, if not used to listening to the Eastern Uttar Pradesh version of Hindi, would find that language a different language from his, when it is heard for the first time. Or like Indian English speaking person watching an American or Australian movie for the first time, and not being able to comprehend - though it is still English - would assume the movie in a foreign language!

4. Only when reading a language-script with some phonetic based sounds, can someone find the similarities in two different versions of the same language, which over time and space, evolves into two different languages. So when reading English without being trained in a classical Language like Sanskrit, one will accept things as they are, at the face value of it, but when reading the words again after one being trained in Sanskrit, or Classical Greece, one would appreciate better the origin of the sounds in English words and the grammar rules in the English language.

5. People name themselves and places based on legendary figures, like Christ, Mohammad, and Ram.

6. Recorded History of the Mankind is since 500BC, and there has been many past civilizations which existed and rose to the same level of advancements, if not more than us, as today's civilization's, but later got destroyed. Like there are unexplained things mentioned in the book "Unexplained Archeology".

Some of the stories and artifacts that could not be explained by contemporary history are: (1) the story of Atlantis and Troy, before the later was discovered, (2) unexplained scientific map of Antarctica, which shows the continent before the ice-age, with exact shore lines and rivers, as confirmed by modern scientific instruments, but such knowledge of mapping and charting has come to the modern civilization only in the last 300 to 500 years, and the instruments to peer under the surface, have only come to existence in last 100 years, such as Sonar, Radar, Thermal Imaging, Infra Red Imaging, etc., (3) an Ancient 3-D Map of the World itched on a ancient metal plate artifact, which needs Laser like accuracy and Hologram Technology, (4) Crystal Skulls which can not be even produced today by the modern Laser, (5) some giant boulders, like in Jupiter's temple, in Stonehenge, Egypt,, and other places, which still can not be lifted or even cut with the aid of modern technology, (6) unexplained "green glass crystals" - as found in New Mexico Alamos Nuclear Sites - and radio-active skeleton at Harappa (7) a crystallized human skeleton found in North Eastern Indian Cave, which can only happen when subjected to extreme temperatures which happens after a nuclear blasts, and the list goes on.

Background Postings:

Vedica Names in Syria, Lebenon, Israel
Romania and Armenia
Ram, Rome, Romania, Romance, Drama
Rama Adaan

Photographic Evidence:

Vali and Sugreeva Painted in Italian Vase
Rama-Seeta-Lakshmana Walking in Forest - Picture from Italian Home Excavated
Vibhishan Asking Ravan For Sita's Release - Picture from Italian Home Excavated

Before I sound crazy to the skeptics, here is what others have said, so what I say does not sound ridiculous.

Sir William Jones wrote, ".. of this cursory observation on the Hindus which it would require volumes to expand and illustrate this is the result that they had an immemorial affinity with old Persians, Ethiopians, and Egyptians, Phoenicians, Greeks and Tuscans, the Scythians or Goth and Cilts, the Chinese, Japanese and Peruvians." He said, "It is very remarkable that Peruvians, whose Incas boasted of the same descent, styled their greatest festival Rama-Sitva; whence we may take it that South America was peopled by the same race who imported into the farthest of parts of Asia the rites and the fabulous history of Rama." (source: Asiatic Researches Volume I. p. 426.

William Durant, American historian, said, "India was the motherland of our race, and Sanskrit the mother of Europe's languages; she was the mother of our philosophy; mother, through the Arabs, of much of our mathematics; mother, through the Buddha, of the ideals embodied in Christianity; mother, through the village community, of self-government and democracy. Mother India is in many ways the mother of us all".

Mark Twain, American author, said, "India is, the cradle of the human race, the birthplace of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legend, and the great grand mother of tradition. our most valuable and most instructive materials in the history of man are treasured up in India only."

Albert Einstein, American scientist, said, "We owe a lot to the Indians, who taught us how to count, without which no worthwhile scientific discovery could have been made."


Different inflextions or corruptions of the word Ram: (1) Ramah, (2) Ramaan, (3) Raman, (4) Rama, (5) Ramana, (6) Rami, (7) Ram-esh, (8) Ram-isi-is, (9) Ram-esy-is, (10) Ram-es-es, (1) Rham (when R is made soft), (11) Rahmaan, (transliteration modification ofi build in sound of "a" in letters to explicit letters indicating sound "a", like Ram and Rama, Krishn, Krishna, etc), and so on. Like the root "Aatam", becoming "Aatamaa", "Ataman", "Atmanam", "Atmaanam", and so on in a noun declensions, we see the above words, are related, specially, Rama, Raman, and Ramanan.

Ram is suppose to mean one who is in perfect bliss, enjoyment or harmony, or the one who is the epitome of mercy. That is why in the urdu the world "Raham" means "mercy" and "Rahmaan" means "benevolent".

One can see the corruption of "a" and "o" also going on, so Ramanan becomes Romanan and becoming Roman, and Ram becoming Rom, and so on. With fact that Italians are nothing but a branch of Indo Europeans, this is not surprising.

Shiva is part of Male Principle and associated with Bull Worship, which is associated with the Zodiac of Taurus, which is now the month of May. We know that the Ancients celebrated their Father Principle Worship, in the month of May, and did Bull Sacrifice. Because of precession of the Earth, which was 1 degree per 72 years, the Summer Solstice shifted to the month of April, which is the Zodiac of Aries, which is depicted with the picture of Sheep or Lamb, or Ram. So the ancients shifted this festival to the month of April and started sacrificing Ram as that part of the worship. Even Ram is considered as a Solar or Father Principle, following the Shiva worship, which was very ancient and spread all over the world.

Now the Summer Solistice is in the month of June, that means the Earth Recession Periods of 10 months have gone since the Summer Solistice was in the Zodiac of April. So it means that from the time of the April Festival, 10 x 360 x 72 /12 = 21600 years! Now there is some disagreements in terms of taking Yuga as 4320 or 4320,000 years. If one takes the unit of 4320, and adds 1x for Kali Yuga, 2x for Treta Yuga, 3x for Dwarpa Yuga, one comes to 25, 920 years! Now the legend of Ram says, that he was born in Dwarpa Yuga, which comes close.

Ramnavami or the birthday of Lord Rama falls on the 9th day of the bright fortnight of the month of Chaitra (March-April). This is a strange co-incidence, knowing that the English and Hindu Samvat Calenders have some differences, and from time to time, some fudging has gone on to adjust the days.

So is it OK to assume the word for "Ram" for the Zodiac animal sign of the month of April, and the word for Lord Ram, are connected? You decide.

More Names:

De Rham
Bernhard Riemann
Reimann Disambiguation
Ram Stein Like Raams Sthaan - place of Rama.
RamsGaatae Rama's Path or Gate - which is same as Gaatae in Sanskrit.
Xavier De Ram
Ar Ramtha

Rama within the scriptures of India

Rama may refer to:

Historical personalities


Saturday, May 10, 2008

Millikan, Marcaan, Maarkan - Mallika, Mallik, Mallikan, Markandh

Millikan is a surname, and may refer to:

* Bud Millikan, Maryland Terrapins head basketball coach 1950-1967
* Robert Andrews Millikan, Nobel prize winning physicist
* Ruth Millikan, American philosopher of biology, psychology, and language

Also see:
* Millican
* Milliken
* Milligan
* Milliken

Milliken is a surname, and may refer to:

In places:

* Milliken, Colorado, a town in the United States
* Milliken, Ontario, a neighbourhood of Toronto, Canada
o Milliken GO Station, a station in the GO Transit network located in the community

People with the surname Milliken:

* Milliken (surname)


* Milliken & Co., reputedly the world's largest private textile firm
* Milliken v. Bradley, a US Supreme Court decision on desegregation

Some Marcaans

Agnes Morell
Agnes A. Morell, 81, of Ubly died Saturday, March 17, 2001 at the Huron County Medical Care Facility. She was born Jan. 21, 1920 in Bad Axe to the late Casimer and Marcaan (Briolat) Dudek

The above is a release from a Heron Newspaper.

The Duchy of Maarkan

The Maarkans are a once wealthy family whom has since lost nearly all of its fortune, only maintaining enough for the upkeep of its mansions and lands. Its loss of its fortune is history now, but is still the cause of much contention. The Maarkan's once held many fertile pasturelands, and made a hefty profit from wool and cattle. With Castellian Keep came soldiers though, and quickly they found that their lands were ruined. This is the source of their dislike of the Lylles, as Castellian Keep, is a Luaryll keep, not an enamorian, it is also the reason for the house's current state. As a result, the younger members of the family are often found all about the empire, seeking their fortune, so that they may help in the restoration of the house, be it as adventurer's or merchants. this has sustained their coffers, and their pride over the patterns. Also of note is a dislike of house Cheris, in every attemp Maarkan has made to utilize the forests that edge its land, the cheris house has used its contacts in the church to prevent it.

Indian and Pakistan ones.

Pind Malikan (now Mahfuzabad)

Maarkan'd'eiya SharmaTelgu - Religious Scholar

Mr. Makarand Waiker - my Hall-mate and Senior from IIT. Other Makarands

Sunday, May 4, 2008


Anatolia located in Asia Minor, and part of Turkey today, and located north of modern Syria, and also ancient Phoenicians.

The region has had a history of Indo Europeans, Hittites, Greeks, Troy, Syria, Mitanni, etc.

An-a-tol-ia - Not (for words beginning with vowels) + Not (for words beginning with consonants) + tol (next grade sound for the root "tul", meaning comparable or fathomed + Ness (suffix for Adjective).

Something that is not-not-comparable/fathomed-ness. It is like unfathomable but the use of double negatives repeated twice is a suspect, and some ancients made it repeat twice to give a stress and subtle meaning. Anatolia is located below Black Sea, near Bosporus.

Interesting, Marmaray, in Sanskrit is reduplicative, where the root 'Mri" becomes "Mar", and "Marmaray", that is something akin to "dead-ly". This technique is still used in Hindi today in spoken language. The word itself is alive today in Northen India.

The "tol" could be "tal", and then "atal" becomes rocky, like a mountain, and than the word means "something that is not a rock like". So maybe the land was very porous to the overflow of Black Sea water from the ancient times, which is the case said.

The oldest name of Anatolia is Hattia, place of Hattians.

Some interesting names associated with this place.

* child = pinu;
* god = sapu; - Reverse Reading - Upas or Upaasna (worship).
* moon god = Kasku;
* sun goddess = Wurusemu; Reverse Reading - Umesuruw - Uma Isu Surav/Surya
* temple = hilamar. - Reverse Reading - Ramalih (like Ramallah in Israel)

In Languages, one can do mistakes of reading left to right, when it is suppose to ne left to right, and sometimes down to up, when it is suppose to down to up! See Hammurabi.

The names above, are very close to the meaning listed there but read reversed. This is a strange co-incidence.

Akkadkings - Note the names Rama-ish, Manish, Sher-Kaali, Naram-Sin or Narsingha, epithet of God Vishnu/Raam.

Ekrem - Sounds like Ek-Ram - One God. This is a common Indian Name from the ancient times.

Kanesh - Sounds like Ganesh or Kanah-esh. English speaking people, have tought time speaking Sanskrit 'K, Kh, G, Gh" sounds distinctly, just like my chilren have the same issue, though they know Sanskrit and have been trained to read Hindi and Sanskrit, and speak Hindi.

Kayseri - Sounds like Kayshree or Keshree, Kesree, which is again Sanskrit word. It is the word for Saffron color. It also means Hair, And for a word, called "Kashi Shri", Lord Shive, it can become "keshri" in compressed form. This is the hot bed for Armenia people also - the A-Rama-ni-ians - not the Solar Worshipers but the Lunar Worshipers (as the moon is shown in Lord Shiva's pictures).

Palaic - Sounds like Pali Language - vernacular form of Sanskrit.

Sapinuwa - The word for Snake is Sarpa or Sapa, and was worshiped throught the Middle East in the Ancient Times, including Egypt, and as part of the cult of Shiva Worshipers, Moon God Worshipers. They are also Paalis, like Pali-stan people (the Palestine) and Ne-Pal (the Nepalis - the only Pashupati Temple, the oldest name of Shiva reflecting animalistic worship is in Nepal). See Romania-Armenia. In the Easter Uttar Pradesh, a form of Hindi, called Bhojpuri, there is tendency to add "uwa" to the words. So my Dad in his affectionate moments, would call me "Sunil-uwa".

Sharruma - Sher-Rama or Uma - Lion God/Godess. Yazılıkaya sounds very much Sanskrit. Knowing "z" is "palatal sibiliant", it sounds like "Yash-il-ekaya", whose fame-ness-is-unique.

Anitta - An-it-ta - That can not be moved or destroyed, or something that is not that is.

Suppiluliuma_I - Suppiluliuma_I, note the "uma" for God

Arnuwanda_II - Aruna-vant?

Tushratta - Tushar-rata, or Dashratta


Piyashshili - Priya/Piya-Saha-Sheel-ii - Loving/Lover's + With/Tolerant + Refined, Graceful, Virtous or Peaceful + Feminine Ending, one who is 'With Lover Peaceful' or 'One Who is Tolerant to Husband'?

Amarna_letters - A-Marna - Eternal.

Ankara - Like Angor Wat. The word is more like "Ankur", meaning "seedling" or "germination".

Washukanni - Vashu-khan-ni - Mine of Wealth.




Friday, April 25, 2008

Ruther Ford, Ruther Cross - Rudra

I was just reading on Atomic Physics, and when I came across the name "Rutherford", could not feel that the word "Ruther" sounded like "Rudra", which is an epithet for Shiva.

Dental "T" and "D" are interchange able and one is a Hard Constant and the other is a Soft Constant. Besides, it is noted that many people when communicating, will find that people say the one sound, and the other party understands the other!

Then "T" and "Th" are basically same, one is not aspirated and the other is.

So this was just another co-incidence? I thought maybe. I started following more links and found this Ruther Cross. We know that even after people are converted, they carry some of their old religious beliefs and traditions. This reminds me of a Shiv Lingam, and we know from other articles, that Shiva was God, or the Male or Father Principle was worshiped throught Middle East and Europe as well. It was in America also, and at Golden Gate Park, in San Francisco, they found a Shiva Lingam, of which I have the video. It became a world tourist spot for Hindus, till the Authorities decided to remove the so called object of public nuisance.

Askham Bryan is mentioned in the Domesday Book. The name comes from Ascam or Ascha meaning "enclosure of ash-tree". "Bryan" is Bryan FitzAlan. He and his heirs held the manor from the 12th century.

Here "c" can be also taken as "k" sound. And if you note, all words above which are variants for the the word "Askham", has "s" before, which indicates that this is the "sk" (or "ks" or "kch"if one misspells, dyslexic, or has left-to-right or right-to-left erros). The sound is like in the word "Kshatriya", but some people say it like "Shatriya", or Shaktriya" to an uninitiated, and the meanings are very close and related.

Here the "s" or "ch" is the Palatal "Ch", and there is some rules which says when the sibilant sounds come, one needs to combine with "k" sound. Then often palatal sounds are converted to guttaral sounds or vice versa. But here "ks" is a very common prefix. One may also write like "aksh".

skandha = shoulder, stem or trunk of a tree; section, chapter of a book, mass, multitude, a whole or aggregate.

akshaya - Not Destroyed, Space. Objective will be "aksham"

askhalana - not wavering from (abl.), firmness, which is an attribute of tree, rock or trunk.

Askanda - not spilling, holding - an attribute of tree, rock or trunk.

askandayant - not spilling; not omitting or neglecting.

askanna - not being split

askhalana - not wavering from (abl.), firmness

Also, note the word "Nag" associated with a Pub at Askham_Bryan. Naga, or Naagas, is/was a cullt Snake Worshipers,and associated with Shiva Worship and the lower form the Tantra - taken up in the West - which has eating meat, drinking alcohol, revelry, and sex as part of their beliefs. Perhaps it is a remnants of the early days of the world religions when forest dwelling was going on. In India, the Bheels were like this during till late 20th Century.

BTW, I have a colleague called Bryan, and he is from Irish and German background. I asked him what does his name mean. He said it meant a Head, Lord, Provider.

Interestingly I could predict this meaning just by the beginning sound of "bR" or "bhR", which both are also connected. "bR" means to grow, to become strong, to expand, etc. That is why the Super Soul or the First Principle which I call, is called Brahaman, by which the priests were called "Brahmanaas" or ""Brahmanaah".

The other root is "bhR", which means to feed, to look after, to protect, to support, to shine, to posses, etc.

So one would say this is all co-incidences? And we know about the Proto Indo European people being the same with a common language, common religion, and common civilization. Now see the Temple of Mithra in London.

This was a temple built by the Romans when they colonized England before the advent of Christianity. The Romans had taken the God from Persians as per the Western History. The same God is known in the Vedas as Mitra. One can take "t" and "th" sound as normal corruptions.

Still far fetched? Read the following postings:

Shiva in Europe

Om Phallos in Rome

Romania and Armenia

Phoenicians and Panis

Metion of Varun, Mitra and Mahesh in Mittani and Hittites Treaty

Sunday, April 20, 2008

proton, electron, neutron - prota, prottaan(a), elaktraan, nyutraan

Decide for youself if they mean the same as the modern meanings in English.

Using Sanskrit Transliteration, with assumptions that the English constants do not have build in "a" sound.

prota - sewn, strung, inlaid, fixed, pierced, inlaid, fixed, pervaded

protaana - pra + ut + tan + aana - something that is stretched out widely

pra - prefix for coming forth across before verb to change the meaning

ut - prefix for indicating "up" before the verbs

tan - root for verb indicating "to stretch", "to give birth", and "tana' means body.

aan - suffix for making a Subject Singular Present Active Participle. "tan-nu-anti" for Present Tense, Third Person, Plural, for Present Active Participle, the bases are "tan-nu-ant" and "tan-nu-at" and for Singular Subject the suffix is "tan-nu-aan", which becomes "tan-nv-aan", which becomes "tan-vaan", which is going to be confused with Active Past Participle, so it becomes "tan-aan". We drop the repeating "n".

So the word becomes "pra-ut-tan-aan" and again get "prottaan", which becomes "protaan". It also means something that has come from the beginning.

neutron - ni + ut + tr + am/aan -> ny-ut-traan -> nyutraan - Some one that has been undertaken to be sewn or woven with as an "object" or "objects". One adds the root "tR" to make an action noun into an agent noun, and to make singular subject becomes "taa", and for others variations, one uses "tra", like "PitR" becomes "Pitaa" and "Pitram", "Pitraan. Note that "m" and "n" are 2 of 5 + 2 Nasal Variations in Sanskrit and often mixed up in Sanskrit by rules, and in transliteration, they are mixed up. I shall give one very good posting on this. "i" + "u" becomes "yu", but there is

electron - ila/ilaa/Il + tr + am/aan - someone who has been sent to motion, to move.

- to come, to send, to motion, (also to be stable) /flow /to move. "i" becomes "e" in one of the first promotions of the sound and the verb belinging to classes 2, 4, 6, and 10, need sometimes the first vowel to be promoted to "Guna" form.

- tr -> ktr - for making into an agent noun. See above explanation in "neutron". Note that "t" is a hard sound and the preceding sound is "a", which is a soft sound, so by one Sandhi rule, you need to add "k", to make it "aktr" sound. We did not need this rule in neutron because we were joining the sounds "ut" + "tr", where both "t's" are hard sounds.

- am/aan -> ending for object singular or plural. See above explanation in "neutron".

Friday, April 18, 2008

Thackery, Thacker, Thatcher - Thackery, Thackeray, Thakur Thakoor,Thakury,

Those of who have learnt Music or have an ear for music, can always spot a piece or a sequence of musical notes copied/pirated from other parts of the world or time.

Parallel creations do happen but the consistent pattern of "parallelism" in the sounds of the names is statistically improbable to explain so many coincidences which is not explained by the modern science or the history of man.

"k", "c" some time have the sounds, like "kitty" and "catty". Then "c" can also be aspirated as "ch" and mixed with "sh" sound. Like Korus and Chorus for the same names.

"ker" -> "cer" -> "cher" -> "sher". For Thatcher, the pronunciation has been always "t" missing.
And there is a Sanskrit rule where "t" or "k" is always added with the "sibilants" like "s, sh, and Sh" but not pronounced - like in the case of "Kshatri" for the warrior class.

Thursday, April 17, 2008

Virlie - Viir-il and Viir-al

The word "virile", comes from the Sanskrit verb root "viir", with no "a" sound in the letter "r". The root is made from "vi" and "R" or "ri" - which is a cerebral vowel (tounge rolled backwards towards the base of the throat and then say the sound "ri") and it becomes "ir" if the root is ending with vowel "ri", as per one rule of Conjugated Classes of Verbs, including Class 1 from which the root belongs. (When making the base root, for most of the verb classes, where some modification rules are necessary to make a new base for a verb class, before it is conjugated according to tense, mood, passive, and mood variations of suffixes for Single, Dual, Plural, First Person, Second and Third Person). So the root base is now "viir" - and it means to split, to break into pieces, divide asunder. etc. This is because of the prefix "vi" modifies the root "ri", which has the meaning of "to go", and "vi" prefix will modify the meaning which makes it something "that is opposite", or "that undergoes" the verb following (there are variations but the purpose of the prefixes are to change the meanings, from strengthening them with same meaning, to more opposite and more subtle meanings). The same root is there in Class 10 of the Verbs, and it means, to overpower, to subdue, to be powerful, brave and valiant. The noun is "Viira', which in English spelling should be "Vir" (like Ram in Sanskrit/Hindi gets corrupted as Rama as English letters have build in sound of "a", which Sanskrit lacks and has to be explicitly added with a vowel to get a sound out). The adjective would be "viir-il' or "viir-al", and the corruption becomes "virile".

Sunday, April 13, 2008

Anatomical or Anatomy

Atom - Atam or Atma -> Meaning that is subtle, can not be seen, and is the essence of every matter, living or non living - the building block of all matter.

This is the basis of Atomic Theory based on the Indian Philosophies of Sankhaya and Vishesha. This what was meant as the word to describe the Soul - which can not be seen and was said the thing that can not be destroyed and survives death. This was the first philosophical musing at the law of conservation of matter and energy - because the (body) matter did generate energy in form of motor locomotion, and other body functions.

Anatomical - An-Atam - meaning that is not subtle and is gross. That is the body and its parts! One adds "an" to make an opposite meaning for words starting with vowels. The same rule is borrowed by English in usuage of articles. To make it adjective - one would add "ic" - which is there in Sanskrit also. So it becomes An-Atom-ic. This makes it like -ness, which is abstract form of adjective attribute. To make it into a concrete adjective noun - one that is with the property of -ness, one would make it by adding "aal", and that becomes "an-atam-ic-al" which got corrupted into "anatomical".

Anatomy - An-Atam-ay - or An-Atam-maya Something that is "an-atomic-full". Double "m" becomes single "m".

We have used only Sanskrit rules to explain these words.

Saturday, April 12, 2008

Eukaryote, Prokaryote, Aerobic, Anaerobic

Crossing the boundaries of the space and time, and taking a word's journey across nations, cultural, political, and socio-economic worlds, is like chasing a wild goose.

Still, if one draws some parallels in sounds and follows well known rules of a classical language like Sanskrit, a well known ancient language in the Proto Indo European family of Languages, and perhaps the root itself, and adjusts sounds following well known grammatical and observed rules, to come to a known, related, or even an opposite meaning of the word, e.g. your profit is someones loss, then one is not necessarily far from the path the word took its so called traversal.

- Organisms not having cell nucleus. And they do not generate energy for living by burning oxygen, or doing aerobic respiration but by fermentation, or anaerobic respiration.

Parokaryote - (1) Pra + a + Kara + yata + i or (2) Para +Aakaara + yata + i

Paro -> Pro - as one expects constants to have a build in sounds. Like Ram and Rama, Atam and Atama.

Pro -> Prau -> Pra - Many people mix vowels - and a lot of cultures have a habit of saying vowels rounded to "o". Then there is a rule which says when a non "a" vowel combines with "e" -(ai), "o" -(au), - "ae" - (aai), and "ao" - (aau), one can drop the second vowels.

Pra -> Prefix for notion of going across forth, specially in verbs.

Akar -> A-Kar - > Action-less,

Para - Prefix for beyond.

Aakaar -> Form, Shape.

Para + Aa -> Paro - One of the rules that make "a + Aa" sound into "o" sound with encilitic. "Aa" comes from the word "Aakaar".

Aakaar -> Form, Shape.

yote -> yate - > yat -> which. Not sure why e is there, but it could mean masculine dual or feminine plural or even locative in ancient context.

So the meaning is that in "one which comes across forth with no action" or "one that has has gone beyond a shape", both of which comes close to the meaning of the word.

Eukaryote -> Aa-kaar-yat-e, Eka - kaar-yat-e, Aa-AaKaar -yate-e or Eka-Aakaar-yat-e--> Which has form or action. It means a living organism with cells having a nuclues or where DNA is bounded by a shape or form, and it has Aerobic metabolism - action of oxidation.

Now interesting, Parokaryotes have Anerobic Cellular Respiration, which means one without the oxygen, where fermentation is used to make energy, instead of oxidation. Oxidation is the most natural "action" of metabolism - known to human beings - meaning breathing oxygen!

Aerobic. So how about this word? Long story and so have patience.

Aries - Head of Horse or one of the Zodiacs. It is close to Airy in sound.

Ashvins meaning horses, the Twin Gods who bring Life to Dead, Physicians of the Heavens. They are also connected with Air, or Oxygen, which is Life Giving. Interestingly, Maruti or Maruts, the God of Winds, Rain and Thunder, like Indra or Zeus, as well as Ashvins are depicted with riding (seven) horses.

Aer - A + ir -> Aa + ir -> Aa + I + R -> Towards + Move + Prefix for Agent (like KartR from Karta) -> meaning something that moves towards - and that is Air.

Ira or iira-> Wind

iraa -> food, refreshment, enjoyment, draught or draft - like draft of wind or air.

Rob -> Rambh as well as Ram and Rabh(ah/as)-> Meaning embrace, take hold of, grasp, clasp, to act rashly, or to desire vehemently. Note Rob means close to Rambh. It is also connected to word "Grab" in English and "Grabh" in Sanskrit - which mean the same.

So Aerobic -> A + I + R + rambh + ic (prefix for Adjective) -> Aa + ira + rabh + ic -> A + e + Rob + Ic (dropping double "r" as one of the rules, removing aspiration of 'h', and making "a" as "o"), which becomes "Aerobic", meaning "embracing air or oxygen".

To make an opposite, add "an" as prefix (since the word is beginning with a vowel). So it becomes "an-aerobic", which is not with oxygen!

An-aerobic - One without oxygen.

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Perendev, Kunkel, Kankal, Kenka, Kenkel - Purendev, Prandev, Kankal

These are the same Indian Surnames. If you do not believe it, go and read the Background Blog.

How many people today in the 21st Century are educated? I mean not really educated but went to college and got a stamp of a degree? And how many of us are really trained in classical languages or care for it? We just abstract things out to simple conclusions to go by our lives.

But here are the names of lost brethren. Only for late decades, has the Western History accepted that the world was not 5000 years old! Many ancients, specially with spiritual inclination and not caring for the notoriety in the posterity, did not care of history. India was one of those countries. Then people struggling for survival really do not care for history. So the immigrants from the ancient land of India, did not really care to preserve from where they came.

For example, I would not even know the history of my grandfathers, let alone their ancestors.

Checkout the names in Google. Thanks Google, now we can see the commonness among each other - the World is One Big Family! That is why there is the saying in Sanskrit, Vasudhaiv Kutumbikam, “the world is one family”.

Monday, March 17, 2008

Sandy and Shavonnye - Sandhyaa and Shivaani

Sandhiyaa-> Sand(h)iya -> Sand(h)iy -> Sand(h)i -> Sand(h)y -> Sandy

If you stay here for ever and have your lineage remember your name "Sandhya", with all known corruption and rules of sound, the name would become Sandy.

I have applied all known rules of Sanskrit and Lingusitcs.

Shiva-Yoni means the Female Counterpart of the Shiva-Lingam, the Male Principle.

Western Corruption

Shiva-Yoni -> Shivyoni -> Shavyone ->Shavonne -> Shavonnye

Indian Corruption -

Shiva-Yoni -> Shivayoni ->Shivyoni -> Shivoni -> Shibani -> Shibaani -> Shivaani

o -> au (well known Sanskrit Sandhi rule)

y + o -> y + au -> y + a - > ya (well known Sanskrit vowel Sandhi Rule)

va + ya -> v + y + a -> v + a ( colliquising of the vowels by the common masses who are uninitiated into grammer and linguistics).

Friday, March 14, 2008

Margan, Mergan, Murgan, Morgan, Marghan, Merghan, Murghan, Morghan,and Murgan

It so interesting to see the DNA marks left in these last names. As said before, India is a very ancient civilization with a global influence and sea trading. Then it saw 1200 years of upheaval and many people must have migrated out or driven out.

Mangia, Mungia, Mungia, Manguia, Menguia, Munguia , Monguia, Manghia, Menghia, Munghia, Monghia, and Mongia

This morning I came across a lady's last name as "Mangia", and immediately I recalled
a class mate of mine with the last name as "Mongia".

Knowing common masses, mix up the vowels, like many regional language speaking folks in India, one can see that they are all related. If you do not believe it, go and read the Backgrond in the Parent Blog, and see what others have to say.

This world is a one big family, with all migration going on for ages.

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Casimir and Kashmir

Know for sure that the civilizations have come and gone, and we hardly know about their history. Much of the human movement and settlement has gone unrecorded as man at that time did not have the luxury of indulgence in things not related to survival in their day to day existence. Ask any person who has no interest in the things I post - because they do not care and do not have time. Only when you come out of the trap-well called the present, no pun intended, then one reflects on things like past and future events that relate to the humans, besides himself.

Please read the Background and the Guiding Philosophy. There is enough proof and co-relation of facts, if one does a statistical regression. Also document all known syllables, and take the probabilities of the sounds happening together in different combinations, and you will get the answer. The fact that like-wise words are found in different places, indicates human-interaction between the places.

Casimir is a last name as in "Hendrik Casimir" or Casimere in "Corey Casimere"

Kashmir is the name of state in India, and many people have names go by Kashmiri, Kasi-Meer.

Word mentioned in Anacalypsis

"K" and "C" get mixed up in the English transliteration and has overloaded sounds, "Cat" and "Champ".

"S" and "Sh" get mixed up becuse of aspiration tendency of Europeans and Americans.

"E" and "I" are the same, as "E" is overloaded as "Hey", "Sell", "Meet", where you can see "e" is "ai", "e" is like "a" and "ee" is like "ii" respectively of Sanskrit.

Meer, Mir, and Miir, are same, which in Sanskrit means, "Ocean, Limit, Boundary, Mountain".

Now feminine name will be formed by adding "a", which beccomes, "Meera" or "Miira", "Mira", assuming "r" as a built sound of "a".

Now Kashi was a well known place of learning from the ancient times, and Kashmir was a swampy mountaineous place reclaimed by Rishi Kashyap (there is more than that which I need to dig), and it also became a seat of learning for people from the West Asia.

So a place which becomes the source, or the limit, or the ocean, or the mountain of the Knowledge, or the Fountain Head of the knowlege is called "Kashimir"!

Now later the word "Meer" became an addressing of honour, like the word "Sir", perhaps designating a person's stature as an educated person and knowledge. In the ancient times there was more respect given to knowledge and learning than the material belongings one had.

Sunday, March 9, 2008

Angiogenesis - aNg + IH + jana + iSis

Angiogenesis - Cellular Division for Cell Growth

aNg or aG, where G is Guttural Nasal (like in aNGer), or N is Palatal Nasal (like in muNch) means Body or part of Body.

I - used to make compounds. So it would become '
aNg-I' like in "aNg-I-kR" (done by the body).

"H" - to make it a Simple Subjective Singular Person
Nound - like Rama and RamaH.

Or we take this as "i +
aH" to make it a Genetic or Ablative Case (Ram's or From Ram).

So we get "
aNgIh". and when we meet a soft sound, it would become "iO".

jana - to generate. (there is a word called 'janayet' which means to generate!)

iSi, iSir or eSi - meaning (1) To Desire (2) Refreshing, Flourishing, Vigorous, (3) Seeking. Striving and the Striver is eSiTR, eSiTaa, eSiTra for generic root, Singular Subjective and the root for other cases, which means Striver - like PitR, Pitaa, Pitra for Father.

So to make it a Singular, one would add "h" sound to the compound. Now this can be made into "r" as we see in '
eSir' and into "s" or "S" as we have"Si" sound before. So it becomes "eSiS" or "iSiS".

The compound means: "Body or Of Body or From Body" + "Generate" + "Desired, Refreshing, Flourishing, Striving", which fits the description of the word.

Revisiting Makar Business

Mark Marchand Marachand Barcand talks about how the words go to "Makar Samkranti".

From Wikipedia:

Zodiacal Constellations

Aries (0°) (The Ram)

Taurus (30°) (The Bull)

Gemini (60°) (The Twins)

Cancer (90°) (The Crab)

Leo (120°) (The Lion)

Virgo (150°) (The Virgin)

Libra (180°) (The Scale)

Scorpio (210°) (The Scorpion)

Sagittarius (240°) (The Centaur)

Capricorn (270°) (The Sea-goat)

Aquarius (300°) (The Pitcher)

Pisces (330°) (The Fish)

Indian Zodiac

Traditional Hindu astrology has a sidereal coordinate zodiac system with twelve signs. The names of the Hindu zodiacal signs, or rāśis, are similar to Graeco-Babylonian signs:

1. meṣa "ram" (Aries)
2. vṛṣabha "bull" (Taurus)
3. mithuna "a pair" (Gemini)
4. karka "crab" (Cancer)
5. siṃha "lion" (Leo)
6. kanyā "girl" (Virgo)
7. tula, from tulā "balance" (Libra)
8. vrushchik "scorpion" (Scorpius), also kaurpi, loaned from the Greek
9. kārmuka, cāpa, dhanus "bow, arc", cāpin "armed with a bow" (Sagittarius)
10. eṇa, mṛga "antelope", also makara "sea-monster" (Capricornus)
11. kumbha "pitcher, water-pot" (Aquarius)
12. matsya "fish", also jhaṣa, timi, mīna after specific kinds of fish (Pisces)

This "Hindu zodiac" (adhvan, rāśi) thus has similarities to Greek zodiac. The Graeco-Babylonian system of twelve signs overlays the native Hindu system of nine grahas or planets.

Just checked the Zodiac Signs for India and Western Astrology. My quest was to determine how old could be this festival of "Makar Samkranti".

Capricorn is Jan, and the Indian Makar Rishi is approximately aligned with the Zodiac Aquarius, which is next to Capricorn, so around Feb.

So the event shifted by 1 month - if one takes the meaning of the event as the "completion of 1/12th sign of the Zodiac".

The ancients took the precession of the Earth as 60 to 72 degrees per year, which makes this festival approx 180o to 2160 years old.

If one takes this event as end of the Sun's journey south-ward bound, and it's starting of the upward journey, the Summer Solstices point, which is around Jun 21 now, but was in Capricorn (based on Western Zodiac) or Aquarius (based on Indian Zodiac) when this festival started. It would mean precession of 4 months! This is going backwards in time from Jan to June. That makes this festival 3600 to 8640 years old!

Interestingly the festival is accompanied by people waiting for the sunrise and taking bath in the rivers all over India. The Sun worshipers would take the Sun as the Father Principle and imagine that the Sun has vanished and worship its return journey north-ward bound (this is/was an Indo European Festival).

And also, I remember my maternal Grand mother making us a Sesame Seeds Sugar/Molasses Brittle (called as Chakki in India) in a shape of a "Goat or Ram" and we would cut it and make the noise of "Mea..Mea", symbolizing the sacrifice of the Goat!

I have read that the Summer Solstice shifted from May to April, and people shifted the object of veneration from Bull to Ram. So it seems there are more than 2 associations and both seem to be connected!

This is a well documented fact and we can not just rely on the Western Zodiac completely as it was not taking into account the Precession. So we will take the "drifting of this event" from Aries (April) to Aquarius (Jan) (and not from May to Jan) So the precession from April to Jan is now 3 months, and this would make this festival to be 6480 to 5400 years old!

I would go by 5400 years, which makes this around 3400 BC, which is the time of big epoch transition - from the Dwarpa to the Kala Yuga, or from the Bronze to the Iron Age, as the Westerners call it.

It seems the knowledge of the precession evolved from that of 60 years to a degree to 72 years to a degree. So using 60 makes more sense.

Now another interesting observation. The Indian God Ram, was an object of veneration of the Sun or Male Principle. So is there a third connection between "Aries Ram", when the Summer Solstice was in April, and "Ayodhya Ram" when he was born - since both of them are connected?

Interestingly, the birth of Krisha is supposed to be 3228 BC who is considered an Avatar or Reincarnation of Ram or the Vishnu principle?

Many places it is assumed that the precession was taken to be 58 years to 1 degree. If one takes that, it comes close to 3212 BC!

Sure this makes it an interesting conjecture that the festival is as old as Mahabharat and one can safely assume that, knowing that the Indian civilization has continued without any interruption and banishment!