Thursday, January 29, 2009

Cervantes, Romero - SrAv-van-tii, Raamraaya

SrAv-van-tii - 'Sru", with Cerberal "S' means "to listen", and adding "a', to makes it "Srav", and to make it Active Past Participle, it becomes "vantii", for Feminine. So the word means "lady who listened". Looks like this is a Spanish name but I could be wrong.

Raamraaya - "Raam - raaya", "Ram" is the word to "relish in the Oneself, to be Eternally Happy', so it becomes the Epithet for the very ancient Hindu God, dating which confounds modern history, about 28000 or 280,000 years, and one should see the posting on Sacred Archealogy, and "rai" means one who is wealthy, but when adding "a' it becomes "Raai-a" or "raaya"

Nothing is my creation, I just get this from the Total Mind. One day, I may share some weird things with you, which will confund Science but I have the Science for you.

Sir - sR(i)

Sir - A respectable addressing, perhaps indicating a socio-economic and perhaps someone who has been honored for his or achievement in field of Science, Mathematics, Politics, Public Services, Sports, Military Services, Arts and Literature, etc. - besides the usual respectful addressing in classical, Victorian and modern English.

sR(i) - Something that has "slithered", or become "famous" by the act, all over the space and time, an associated with God, in terms of opulence of wealth, beauty, power and intelligence. There is one rule which says Cerberal "Ri" becomes "ir" with Semi Vowel "r", before adding "a", and the constant "r", also a Semi Vowel, is assumed to not have the built in "a' sound.

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Devil, Santana, Abrahm - Dev-il, Sanaatan, Brahman

Background Postings

Syria and Asyria - Brahman and Abrahm(an)

Romania and Armenia

Jordan, Petra, and Denudata - JnaarDhan, PitRa, DhenuDatta

Armenia's Sivas City and Indian's Shiva

King Minos of Crete and Manu of Hindus

Sumerian and Mt Meru

The "iscism" is in Human Nature, but the Spiritual Dwellers still see Unity Among Diversity.

In some previous postings, I have talked about Surya-Asurya, and Brahman-Abrahman Splits of the past eons.

Vedic people called their religion Sanaatan Dharma, and it means Eternal and Ancient Relgion.

Deva(ah) or Deva(s) were their Gods, the Divine Beings, and the adjective for someone with the Divine attributes would be called "dev-il", if one assumes "v" having built in "a" sound, like English and Hindi, but not Sanskrit. The sound "a" is the most ambigious sound.

The people who got split away, would then call the opposite side people, worshipping "Sanaatan" Religion, as "Dev-il".

In the process of ignorance, and the slipping of time and the divisions of spaces, the word would become "Sataan", and "Devil", with opposite and negative meanings.

Remember my "gain" is someones 'loss" guidelines. This is still confirmed when for Persians, "Suryas" meants "Demons", and "Asuryas" meant "Divines".

Only a trained Musician and a trained Singer, knows the Science of Sounds, and in the ancient days, the scholars of languages like Sanskrit and Ancient Greek knew the correct way of pronouncing (pitching, notes, sequence, timing and beats). See how many of us can match a song (barring the voice) and find mistakes in other people's singing.

Monday, January 5, 2009


Background Postings

The Ancient World We Know - Through Myopic Prism - "H2O = H2O2"

The Fading Ancient's Message To Us

In the name of The Truth and Only The Truth

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

Some Ravi Naagi approached me, and asked me the meaning of the word. He sid he could not find the word anywhere on the Internet!

Here I wanted to demonstrate the power of the language, both Vedic and Classical Sanskrit, which is akin to the science of formulas behind Chemical structures, but here it is used to express the Human Thought and Expression! This is what I meant by the World loosing this Scientific ability to produce words or parse any existing words.

We will assume that the English Letters do not have the built in "a" sound and one needs to add this sound to make a constant complete. So Sanskrit "Raam" will be written as "Raama".

tal - Verb to indicate 'to level', 'to establish', 'to accomplish', 'to settle', 'to even out', etc.

tal-a - Noun/Adjective - after adding 'a' as per one of the 'kRaddhit' rules, which are meant to convert Verb to Nouns/Adjectives.

tala-a-vin - Adjective/Noun - 'vin' is the suffix used to add to Nouns or Adjectives, as per one of the 'Taddhit' rules, to make another Noun or Adjectives, after some other modifications, like modifying 'tal' to the next grade sound, 'taal'.

So the world 'tal-a-vin' would mean "something that is full of level-ness, establish-ness, accomplished-ness, settle-ness, even-out-ness".

So one can use the word to describe someone who is a "Siddha" or a "Master", "Buddha" or "Realized", "Saagar" or "Ocean", "Stambh" or Pillar (have you wondered where the Cricket word 'stump' has come, and "VRikSh Moolaya" or "Tree's Base". "Ri" and "Sh" are Cereberal sounds.