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The Reconstruction of

a European Philosophy
Joannes Richter

1: Europa - The Sky-God Names and the Correlating Personal Pronouns


Abstract
In a number of European languages a correlation between the personal pronouns of the first person
and the sky-god's name may be found. In Romance languages the correlation exists between the
sky-god (such as “Diéu”: “God”) and the personal pronouns (such as “iéu”: “I”) of the first person
singular, whereas in the Germanic languages the correlation exists between the sky-god (such as
“Tiw”: “*Teiwaz”) and the dual form (such as “wit”: “we two”) of the personal pronouns of the first
person.
In Romance languages the sky-god (such as “Diéu”: “God”) often may be found by concatenating a
consonant “D” and the personal pronouns (such as “iéu”: “I”). In Germanic languages the sky-god
(such as “Tiw”: “*Teiwaz”) may be found by reversing the dual form (such as “wit”: “we two”) of
the personal pronoun.
In a few Romance languages (Walloon, Savoyan and Sardinian) the consonant “D” may be found in the
personal pronouns (such as Dji) as well as in the sky-god's name (such as Dju), which intensifies the
correlations between these elements.
My first contacts to the Walloon dialect
As a child I grew up in the neighborhood of a linguistic tripoint or tri-border area, which at the east-
side used a German dialect, in the north used a Dutch dialect and to the southwest used a Walloon
(walon) dialect.
These borders varied from word to word. As children we used a harmless curse “Nondedju”, which
might be translated as “Name of God”, which really did upset our parents. Usually they rebuked us
and did send us to the confession in our church where the priest forgave our sin and ordered us to
pray a considerable number of Hail Marys.
Initially we were told that the Name “Dju” belonged to the French expression “Nom de Dieu”
(“Name of God”), but as an adult I realized the word “Dju” was a regular Walloon word for “God”.
In fact the Walloon (walon) language represents the transit are between Dutch and French languages
and also intrigued me for a threefold linguistic structure “Dju, dji, djin” (translated as “God, I,
Man”) 1:
Word (English) Walloon
God Diu, Dju or Diè
I Dji, mi
man (human being) djin
Table 1 Threefold linguistic structure “Dju, dji, djin” in Walloon

God (“Dju”) created a Man (“Djin”) according to His image and both had been represented by the
personal pronoun of the first person “I” (Dji”). This may be sketched as follows:

2 God (“Dju”) created a Man (“Djin”) and


myself (“I”) according to His image

This correlation between the words God (“Dju”), his creature Man (“Djin”) and the personal
pronoun (“dji”) according to His image seems to be unique for the Walloon language. However the
correlation to Man (“Djin”) may be invalid. Officially the etymology for “djin” is described as
“From Old French gent, from Latin gentem, accusative of gēns, c.f. French gens“2.
The Walloon region is located at the northern borderline of France. Another peculiar correlation is
found at the eastside and southside of the French territories, where similar equivalences between
God and the personal pronoun “I” exist.

1 Described in Notes to the Walloon Dictionary in which the Walloon samples have been derived from the Walloon
Swadesh list and other sources such as the Free Walloon Dictionary
2 Djin - human being
Correlating Walloon, Italic, Sardinian, Savoyan and Provencal dialects
Correlations between Walloon and Italic, Sardinian, Savoyan and Provencal dialects may be
illustrated in an overview. In order to reconstruct the Walloon word djin I also tracked the “human
being”-words alongside the ego-pronouns. The Appulo – barese word “ium'n” and Molisano “ijud”
suggests to understand these “man”-designators as IU-man, which also may have been interpreted
in djin if we remove the inserted leading “D”. This deletion leaves a “jin”, which seems to match
ium'n and ijud. Also the old-Persian ego-pronoun “adam3” correlates the “ego” to creation legends.
Language Dialect Ego-pronoun human being The divine name
Walloon Walloon dji (“I”) , mi djin Diu, Dju or Diè
Oscan Oscan íív humun Diúveí (Jupiter)
Italic Appulo – barese j'j ium'n
Italic Barese ji
Italic Abruzzese j'j ummn'
Italic Molisano (Molise-Slavic → Slavic ìj ijud4
in southern Italy)
Italic Neapolitan je òmmo
Italic Irpinian "Vallatese" Neapolitan eje hommen
Italic Sicilian iu omu Diu
Sardinian Campidanese5 dèu Deu
Savoyan central-east (Thônes, Messery) dé/dè dju, DYU
Savoyan central (Aix, Annecy) DE DYU
Savoyan central-east (Thônes, Messery) dé/dè dju, DYU
Savoyan central-east (Albertville) DE dejeû, dezyeû
Savoyan south-east (Aillon-Vieux) dè
Savoyan south-east (Aussois) de (deu)
Savoyan do
Savoyan south-east (Arêches) dye
Savoyan south-east (Montagny, Bozel) dzeu dzou, dzè, djeu, Dyeu
Savoyan south-east (Côte-Aime) dzou
Savoyan zde
Savoyan central-east (Bessans, Giettaz) ze DYU, dezyeu, dzyeû
Savoyan central-east (Cordon) zhe dzhyu , dzu
Savoyan central-east (Chamonix) zhou djyu
Savoyan central-east (Tignes, Val-d'Isère) zou
zounh
Provencal Nimes Yiou Dïou

Table 2: Correlating Walloon, Italic, Sardinian, Savoyan and Provencal dialects

3 I: meaning, definition, synonyms - WordSense.eu


4 sagners slavistische sammlung
5 Hieroglyphs in Indo-European Languages
Correlations between sky-gods and personal pronouns around France
At the soutside the Sardinian dialect Campidanese6 uses a divine name “Deu” with a corresponding
personal pronoun “dèu”.
At the eastside the borderline the Savoyan dialects reveal divine names such as “DYU”, “Dju”,
“Dzou”, “Djeu”, “Dzu” with the corresponding personal pronouns “DE” respectively “ze”, “dé” or
“dè”, “dzeu”, “zhe” and “zhou”. The words in capital letters “DYU” and “DE” are dominant words.

3 The French territory surrounded by the Walloon Dju (dji), the Savoyan DYU (DE) and the
Sardinian Deu (Dèu)

The French territory seemed to be surrounded by Dju (dji), DYU (DE) and Deu (Dèu), although
officially French is dominated by a divine name “DIEU” (God) and a personal pronoun “je”.
In the southern region the Provencal language is characterized by a divine name “Diéu” and a
corresponding personal pronoun “Iéu”, and in Nimes “Dïou”, respectively “Yiou”.
Especially the Oscan and Other Italic Languages, the Appulo – barese and Savoy French Dialects
seem to provide related symbolism in the links between ego-pronouns and divine names.

6 Hieroglyphs in Indo-European Languages


The Sky-God Names and the Correlating Personal Pronouns
In the neighboring countries surrounding France we may observe a strange transit territory between
the French and Germanic area.
The borderline between the divine names and the personal pronouns lost its correlations to the
personal pronoun for the first person singular and switched to the dual form “wit” (or “Ƿit”) of the
personal pronoun for the first person. The corresponding sky-god is “Tīw”.
The name of the sky-god “Tīw” and “Tuw” correlates to “Dieu”, in which “eu” corresponds to “w”.
In English language the cooresponding divine name is “Tue”7, in which the reversed section “ue”
corresponds to “w”.

4: Europa - The Sky-God Names and the Correlating Personal Pronouns

7 Tuesday
The main transit region in the etymological European pattern
At the northern side of the Walloon region the sky-god Tuw8, who according to a Dutch website is
considered as a primary sky-god. The development would have been:
PGmc. *Tīwaz > PWGmc./Early Frankish *Tīu > OLFra./ODu. *Tīu/*Tīo.

A correlation between the neighboring Early Frankisch and Walloon entry exists as:
*Tīu/*Tīo o-o Diu, Dju or Diè.

Word (English) Occitan9 French Walloon Dutch English


God Diéu Dieu Diu, Dju or Diè Tiw, Tuw Tiw
I (singular) iéu je Dji, mi Ik I
I (dual: “we two”) Wit (Gothic)
man (human being) òme homme djin mens man

Two dos deux deus twee two


Day Jorn / dia jour djoû dag day
Thursday Dijòus Jeudi Djudi, Djoûdi Donderdag Thursday
Tuesday Dimars Mardi Mårdi Dinsdag Tuesday
Table 3: The Sky-God Names and the Correlating Personal Pronouns
Another correlation is found between Wit (Gothic and Frisian for the dual: “we two”) and Tiw. We
may assume that the dual form Wit (Gothic and Frisian for the dual: “we two”) and Tiw had been
mirrored as a Germanic (dual) concept for a Creation Legend in the sense of
the sky-god Tiw o-o Wit (“We two”)
as an equivalent of the parallel (Romans, singular) concept for a Creation Legend:
the sky-god Dju o-o dji (“I”).
The dual concept also provided us with a correlation between “Tiw” and “two”, which indicates a
dual concept for the cration legend. According to Jacob Grimm the “T” in Wit (“We two”)
represents the duality in the dual form Wit10.
The borderline between the Germanic language and Walloon language may have represented the
transit region between the old religion with a dual creation concept and the new religion with a
singular creation concept. Basically the deities both had been derived from *Tīwaz, but the deities
represented different planets.
The Walloon concept referred to Jupiter, who had been honored in the name of Thursday Djudi,
Djoûdi, whereas Tiw (respectively Tue) was to be honored in Tuesday.
In French the traces of the old religions may have been preserved in the borderareas where the
impact of the new religion had been minimized.

8 Old German: *Tīwaz ; OHD Zīu, OE Tíw, ON Týr, Gothic Teiws (from: taaldacht.nl/woordenboek)
9 Lengadocian Occitan respectively Gascon Occitan
10 Jacob Grimm's Wörterbuch: wir, pron. - neben der pluralform steht im älteren germ. der dual wit (t ist angehängte
zweizahl) 'wir beide', vgl. got. ags. asächs. wit, anord. vit (viþ), der sich auf deutschem boden nur im nordfries.
erhalten hat, sonst durch den plural ersetzt und schon ahd. nicht mehr bezeugt ist; vgl. lit. vèd.
The traces in the runic alphabet
Comparing the patterns of the sky-god Tīw o-o Wit (“We two”) there seemed to be another
correlation between these words and the first three symbols in the Futharc-alphabet.
In a considerable number of Germanic regions the three initial characters ᚠ-ᚢ-ᚦ (“f-u-th”) of the
Futharc-alphabet are cognate to Wodan's name “Wut”, respectively “Vut”. Therefore we may
assume that the inventor of this alphabet started the list of characters with his own signature ᚠ-ᚢ-ᚦ
(“W-u-th”).
The Germanic name “Wut”, respectively “Vut” for “Wodan” also corresponds to Wit (“We two”)
and a reversed version of “Tīw”. The runes may be interpreted in both forward and backward
directions, which may indicate “Tīw” as a predecessor for “Wodan”.
The first character ᚠ of the Futharc-alphabet behaves like a digamma (Ϝ, ϝ, ϛ) which
regionally and/or historically may vary between various letters such as /F/, /V/, /W/, but also
/G/, /J/ and /Y/.
The initial character ᚠ in Woden's name indicates a variable character ranging from /G/ for
“good” in the naming variant “Godan” and /W/ for “wild” in “Wodan”. 11
This concept suggests an evolution process for the naming conventions of the sky-god as follows:
Tiw → Wut or Vut respectively Wodan → Godan
In this case the Futharc-alphabet provided us with a dedicated initial section of three characters ᚠ-
ᚢ-ᚦ (“f-u-th”), which may be interpreted as Vidvut, Vut12, Wut, Wodan, Godan, Wit (“We two”),
Tīw, Tue and other keywords such as fut13, foutre14, fodder15, Widukind or Wittekind, Svetovid
(Svantevit)16, etc....
Numerous keywords may have been represented by the three initial characters ᚠ-ᚢ-ᚦ (“f-u-th”) of
the Futharc-alphabet. Most of these details may be found in A Concept for a Runic Dictionary and
Concentrating the Runes in the Runic Alphabets.
A derivation from the initial three letters “Fuᚦ” of the “Fuᚦorc”-alphabet for the Dutch words
results in17:
vadem, vader, vasten, vat, vatten, feest, vet, veter, wet, fit, pit, fut, futiel, wit, wut,
vot, foeteren, opvoeden, voedsel, voedvader, voet, Tuw, en Wodan,
An equivalent list in English is:
wit, futter, fodr, fud, foster, father, feed, fed-up, well-fed, fat, food, fit, fathom, fetter,
fasten, foot, feast, Tiw. & Woden.

11 Woden (Wuþ) as the Designer and Author of the Futhark Alphabet


12 Vidvut, the Vodan of the Vides (Latvians) and Vut, Wodan as an idol (in Grisons country, Switzerland)
13 Dutch : vitality [from early 19th c.]
14 French foutre (to reproduce, in the sense of :to have sex)
15 From Middle English fodder, foder, from Old English fōdor (“feed; fodder”)
16 Traces of an Old Religion (The Root “Wit” in Wittekind)
17 De fundamenten van de samenleving
The missionary effort to replace the old religion by Christianity

Saint Vitus18
In order to ban the pagan “Vit”-deities the missionaries introduced a Sicilian saint Saint Vitus,
transported his relics to the northern countries and ordered to build churches, monasteries and
chapels, which were dedicated to St. Vitus.
The St. Vitus-cult also included the naming of towns, streets, bridges and persons after Vitus.
For the conversion of Frisians, Saxons and Slavs most of the missionary activities have been
coordinated and concentrated in the monasteries of Saint Denis, Corbie, en Corvey.
In the east (in the Slavic and German regions) the integration of the old “Vit”-deities in the St.
Vitus-cult turned out to be successful, culminating in the St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague, where some
of the main relics of Saint-Vitus remain.
In the northwest (Frisia) only a few churches have been built until the reformation disturbed the
missionary effort and stopped the St. Vitus-cult19.

St. Willibrord
In Dutch language the word "wijst” (English: “waste”) refers to a special form of a ferrous water-
source (spring) in the geological fault. In its visible form the wijst is considered as a rare
phenomenon.
In "wijstland” (English: “wasteland”, such as the Brabantian village Zeeland) a ferrous (an iron
containing) groundwater reacts with oxygen. The oxidization causes rust, which may turn the soil
into vast and heavy bog iron layers.
In an early agricultural landscape and forests the bog iron layers used to be considered as a bad soil,
which had to be cultivated by removing the iron ore layer. After cultivating the area often needed a
permanent drainage.
In an Etymological dictionary the etymology of the word "wijst” refers to an Old-Icelandic word
veisa 'pond, morast'.
However the agricultural problems caused by the heavy bog iron layers may have led to the
etymological interpretation of the "wijstland” as “wasteland”, in which "wijst” is based on the PIE-
core *wasto- , cognate to the Latin word vastus and the English word waste.
In the Netherlands some of these water-sources had been named “Hell gates” and had been
considered as healing sanctuaries. St. Willibrord may have concentrated on the Dutch “Hell gates”
and renamed the wells to the“Willibrord's pits”20.

18 A Scenario for the Medieval Christianization of a Pagan Culture


19 The Correlation between Dual Forms, Vut, Svantevit and the Saint Vitus Churches
20 De etymologie van "wijst" en "wijstgrond"
The Slavic deity Rod21
In a website I found a claim that the Slavic deity Rod is the creator of all gods. Rod was the patron
of crops, birth, family. All of these nouns in all Slavic languages have the root of the word ROD.
“Relatives”, “family”, “birth”, “nature”, “people”, and these are all words containing “ROD” in
their root.
I checked this claim in the Northeuralex-database and found an impressive correlation for “Rod”
and the word-categories town, family, parents, people, kind, be born. There may be other matches
for categories, which are not available in the database.
This correlation may be helpful in identifying a common root for Rod, Krodo, Kronos and Saturn as
a creator god for the shared creation legends in European languages.

The Names of the days of the week


The Names of the days of the week have been chosen for seven visible “planets” (including the sun
and moon) Sun, Moon, Mars (Ares), Mercury (Hermes), Jupiter (Zeus), Venus (Aphrodite) and
Saturn (Cronos).
Three of these gods are male deities who are know as a carefully structured planetary pedigree:
Saturn (Cronos) → Jupiter (Zeus) → Mars (Ares). Mercury (Hermes) and Venus (Aphrodite)
had been defined as inferior planets. Four of these gods are male and only Venus is female.
Although Slavic immigrants introduced a suitable name Krodo or Rod(u) for Saturn into the eastern
German territories none of the Germanic languages provides us with a suitable Germanic word for
Saturn and Saturday.

The four names Krodo or Rod(u), Woden (Odin), Thor, Tiw or Tuw
Strange as it may seem all four male Slavic/Saxon names Krodo or Rod(u), Woden (Odin), Thor,
Tiw or Tuw of the Germanic pantheon for the planets Saturn, Jupiter, Mars and Mercury may be
identified in five or six initial letters of the keyword ᚠᚢᚦᚩᚱᚳ (Futhorc). 22

21 The “Rod”-Core in Slavic Etymology


22 The Role of the Slavic gods Rod and Vid in the Futhorc-alphabet
Notes to the Philosophical " Nous " -Concept 23
Archaeological investigations have proven the trading routes, the exchange of valuable gifts and
intensive contacts between the Greek traders and their Celtic partners. The archaeological sites at
Heuneburg in which the first settlement on the site dates to the Middle Bronze Age (15th to 12th
century BC). In their contacts with Greek traders the Germanic settlements also were able to
exchange philosophical ideas, which may be encoded in their languages.
The relationship between prominent fortified sites and elaborate burials is also known
from other important Celtic centres, like Glauberg oppidum and grave, the Hochdorf
Grave near the Hohenasperg settlement and the Vix grave near Mont Lassois.

The Heuneburg is a prehistoric hillfort by the river Danube in Hundersingen near


Herbertingen, between Ulm and Sigmaringen, Baden-Württemberg, in the south of
Germany, close to the modern borders with Switzerland and Austria. It is considered to
be one of the most important early Celtic centres in Central Europe. Apart from the
fortified citadel, there are extensive remains of settlements and burial areas spanning
several centuries24.

Homer's Iliad contains two words, νόος (nous, → English: mind) and νῶϊ (“we two”), which seem
to be correlating with two corresponding English words Wit (mind) respectively the obsolete dual
form of the English personal pronoun Wit (“we two”).
These words must be considered as fundamentals in a philosophical system. Since Homer's
composition of the Iliad the “Nous”-Concept has been studied by almost all philosophers including
Heraclitus, Parmenides, Anaxagoras, Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Plotinus, Valentinus, Simon Magus,
Averroes, the Christian fathers … There can be no doubt the nous-concept has been a fundamental
theme for philosophy.
In contrast the word νῶϊ (“we two”) has been ignored and forgotten until Wilhelm von Humboldt
wrote his work “Ueber den Dualis” of 1827.
In English the dual form of the pronoun Wit (“we two”) also largely had been lost except for some
remote regions with linguistic dialects, where people carefully preserve their traditions.
The alternative word Wit (mind) is written and spoken as the dual form of the pronoun Wit (“we
two”), but nobody seems to discover the analogy between both English words nor the correlation to
the Greek translations νόος (nous) for Wit (mind) respectively νῶϊ (“we two”) for Wit (“we two”).
The English words Wit (mind) and Wit (“we two”) may be identified in the first 3 letters of the
runic Futhorc-alphabet.
The French word “nous” both translates to (1) the plural “we” and (2) the Greek nous as the
“(divine) reason in philosophy”.
In the context of the four correlating words (νόος, νῶϊ and 2 x Wit) the dual form seemed to have
played a mayor role in the joined European or even global philosophical system. The dual form
belonged to the archaic nous-concept.
In this paper I document my observations to the following couples of words: νόος (nous), its
translation Wit (mind) and the dual form νῶϊ, including its translation Wit (“we two”).

23 Notes to the Philosophical " Nous " -Concept


24 Source: (Wikipedia) Heuneburg
The archaic creation legend in Plato's Symposium
The basic structure of the archaic creation legend may have been documented in the dialogue
“Symposium” in which Plato describes the concept of a bipolar, dual type of “Man”, who had to be
split up in two halves25.
This philosophical concept of a dual form for the first man may have inspired the Celtic or
Germanic philosophers.

26
The usage of the Spanish words Nos and Vos, Nosotros and Vosotros
The problem with the contacts between the Celts and the Greek traders requires some
investigations why the Romans and other Mediterranean regions do not have relevant traces
for dual forms for the personal pronouns of the first person. Only the Gothic and the
Bavarian languages reveal some traces of a dual form. Only
Studying the dual form νῶϊ [“noi”, “we two”; the epic form of νώ (nṓ, “we two”)] of the Greek
personal pronoun of the first person I compared the epic form νῶϊ with the modern words “noi”
(“we”) in various Mediterranean languages.
The dual form νῶϊ is found in the Ilias Δ 418-section of Homer's epic composition.
In a great number of Mediterranean languages we may identify the plural forms noi and voi of
personal pronouns for the 1st resp. 2nd person as variants of Latin nos (“we”) and vos („you all”).
Some of these languages has been influenced by the imports of Hellenic colonists in the 8th, 7th and
6th century BC and subsequently by Roman conquerors or traders.
Originally Latin merely differentiated between a singular “tu” and the plural “vos”, in which no
dual form nor a formal “polite” form existed.
Instead of the Roman sources nos we may also identify the imported Greek dual form νῶϊ (noi, “we
two”) as a source for the Mediterranean personal pronouns for the 1st person.
In the course of time the Mediterranean languages lost the dual form and used noi and voi as
common plurals, which eventually were to be extended by an extra redundant symbol „-otros” („-
others”). This is the same mechanism, which occurred in Iceland by defining the archaic dual
pronoun Við (“originally we two”) as the modern plural form.
Portuguese (at the Atlantic coast), Romansh (Alpine Switzerland) probably never have been
influenced from the language of the Hellenic colonists. These remote regions may never have felt
the impact of the dual form and did not introduce noi, noi or nos-”others”, respectively
vos-”others”.
In contrast Italian, Dalmatian, and Sicilian belonged to the languages near or in the Hellenic
colonies and have been equipped with pronouns such as noi, noialtri, respectively voi, voialtri.
The Walloon pronouns for “we” are: nos; nozôtes and for “you”: vos; vozôtes.

25 Plato's Myth on the Origins of Sexual Orientation


26 Notes to the usage of the Spanish words Nos and Vos, Nosotros and Vosotros
The role of Chilperic letters
The Futhark alphabet seems to consist of the first three characters ᚠᚢᚦ (“Futh”) to be followed by a
fourth character ᚨ (“A”), which represents the initial character for the “alphabetical” (“AIΩ”)-
section.
The rest of the Futharc-alphabet may have represented a A-I-Ω-structure, which may be compared
to some archaic variants of the Ugaritic27 or Greek, respectively Latin alphabets.
In Germanic languages a number of ligatures U&U → W, I&J → IJ, A&E → Æ, etc. concentrates
in the range of the ᚠᚢᚦᚨ - Header (“Futha”). Some of these special letters (Ƿ Þ Ð Æ), are also found
at the end of the Danish-Norse alphabet and at the end of the Old English Latin alphabet.
On a local scale the word Æ still is being used as a symbol for eternity, law, matrimony and the
personal pronoun of the 1st person singular. Although the ligature Æ has been introduced later the
symbolism may have been represented earlier by a simple character ᚨ (“A”). Eventually the shape
of the ligature Æ may be understood as the concentrated symbolism of the creation legend for Ask
& Embla in a singular letter Æ28.
One of the interesting traces of these forms of symbolism may be found in the four additional letters
(ᚹΘZΨ or ΔΘZΨ), which had been introduced to the Latin alphabet by the Merovingian king
Chilperic I (c. 539 – 584).29
Chilperic I was the king of Neustria (or Soissons) from 561 to his death. Most of what is
known of Chilperic comes from The History of the Franks by Gregory of Tours.
Gregory detested Chilperic, calling him "the Nero and Herod of his time" (VI.46): he
had provoked Gregory's wrath by wresting Tours from Austrasia, seizing ecclesiastical
property, and appointing as bishops counts of the palace who were not clerics. Gregory
also objected to Chilperic's attempts to teach a new doctrine of the Trinity.[2]

Chilperic's reign in Neustria saw the introduction of the Byzantine punishment of eye-
gouging. Yet, he was also a man of culture: he was a musician of some talent, and he
wrote verse (modelled on that of Sedulius); he attempted to reform the Frankish
alphabet; and he worked to reduce the worst effects of Salic law upon women.

In September 584, while returning from a hunting expedition at his royal villa of
Chelles, Chilperic was stabbed to death by an unknown assailant.[3] 30

27 Notes to the Corner Wedge of the Ugaritic Alphabet


28 Source: (Wiktionary) Æ
29 King Chilperic I's letters (ᚹΘZΨ or ΔΘZΨ) may be found at the beginning (ᚠᚢᚦᚫ, “Futha”) of the runic alphabet and
at the end (WIJZÆ) of the Danish-Norse alphabet
30 Source: (Wikipedia) Chilperic I
The terminal phase of the archaic religion 31
The ancient religions respected hair length as a sacred symbol for the priests' or royals' caste.
The loss of hair braids signaled the dethronement of the royal dynasty and a leader's authority.
The long hair of the upper caste could have been displayed openly in some sculptures and images,
but also might have been hidden in the bonnets.
In sculptures most of the bonnets cannot be explained by the archaeologists. In Wikipedia it
is claimed:
On his head, he wears a hood-like headdress crowned by two protrusions, resembling
the shape of a mistletoe leaf. Such headdresses are also known from a handful of
contemporary sculptures. As mistletoe is believed to have held a magical or religious
significance to the Celts, it could indicate that the warrior depicted also played the
role of a priest.
The interpretation of bonnets as a “mistletoe leaf” does not make any sense if the priests'
long hair needs to be protected in two capsule-like headdresses. Of course the people of the
archaic assembly knew the leader's hair had to be worn inside the bonnets.
I found the confirmation of the respect for hair length in the sculptures of Holzgerlingen,
Pfalzfeld and the Celtic prince of Glauberg and the photograph of Annette von Droste-
Hülshoff.
In early March 751 Childeric was dethroned by Pope Zachary and tonsured. His long hair was the
symbol of his dynasty and thus the royal rights or magical powers; by cutting it, they divested him
of all royal prerogatives.
Therefore Childeric's dethroning procedure in 751 marks the end of the archaic religion.

31 The Symbolism of Hair Braids and Bonnets in Magical Powers


The Search for Traces of a Dual Form in Quebec French32
The origin of the personal pronouns in French dialects may also have varied inside the
French regions.
In Acadian French (in the west-side of France) and in some Canadian regions such as
Quebec French the French language reveals a number of linguistic anomalies, which may
refer to old French dialects33.
Especially for the ego-pronoun “je” (“I”) a form of metathesis (the interchange of two or more
contiguous sounds) seems to be quite common.
In Acadian French the ego-pronoun Je (the pronoun "I") is frequently pronounced euj, In Quebec
the ego-pronoun “I” (Fr: je) is frequently pronounced ej (common in Quebec French).
This kind of reversals also occurred in an archaic Greek language, in which the root ῶϊ of the Ionic
dual-pronouns νῶϊ, νᾠ (“we two”) represents a reverse form of the Boeotian ego-pronoun “ιω”
(“iou”, “iō”, “I”). The dual form of the Ionic pronoun νῶϊ seemed to be composed from a reversed
version of the Boeotian ego-pronoun “ιω”.
Is the Acadian French ego-pronoun euj (“I”) an accidentally reversed form of the old ego-pronoun
“jeu” (“I”), which may been identified in the Provencal language?
A switch from the dual form of a personal pronoun to a plural or singular is not an unusual event as
it also occurred in Icelandic language, in which the former dual form við (originally “we two”)
replaced the former plural form “vér“ (originally “we all”)34.
In West-French territories another version of Acadian French often combines the standard French
ego-pronouns “je” with a plural declination of the verb: for example j'allons (“I are going”) instead
of the modern French standard nous allons (“we are going”).
Compared to the Greek dual forms the Acadian French euj-entry (“I”) may be suitable candidate for
a former dual form of the personal pronoun of the 1st person.

32 The Search for Traces of a Dual Form in Quebec French


33 Phonology (in Acadian French)
34 Modern Icelandic plural form of those pronouns ('við' and 'þið') are what were the dual number form, while the old
plurals ('vér' and 'þér') are now only used in formal speech.
Conclusion

Abstract
In a number of European languages a correlation between the personal pronouns of the first person
and the sky-god's name may be found. In Romance languages the correlation exists between the
sky-god (such as “Diéu”: “God”) and the personal pronouns (such as “iéu”: “I”) of the first person
singular, whereas in the Germanic languages the correlation exists between the sky-god (such as
“Tiw”: “*Teiwaz”) and the dual form (such as “wit”: “we two”) of the personal pronouns of the first
person.
In Romance languages the sky-god (such as “Diéu”: “God”) often may be found by concatenating a
consonant “D” and the personal pronouns (such as “iéu”: “I”). In Germanic languages the sky-god
(such as “Tiw”: “*Teiwaz”) may be found by reversing the dual form (such as “wit”: “we two”) of
the personal pronoun.
In a few Romance languages (Walloon, Savoyan and Sardinian) the consonant “D” may be found in the
personal pronouns (such as Dji) as well as in the sky-god's name (such as Dju), which intensifies the
correlations between these elements.

Correlating Walloon, Italic, Sardinian, Savoyan and Provencal dialects


In the Walloon dialect the threefold correlation between the words God (“Dju”), his creature Man
(“Djin”) and the personal pronoun (“dji”) according to His image seems to be unique. However the
correlation to Man (“Djin”) may be invalid. Officially the etymology for “djin” is described as
“From Old French gent, from Latin gentem, accusative of gēns, c.f. French gens“35.
The French territory seemed to be surrounded by:
• the Walloon words Dju (dji),
• the Savoyan words DYU (DE) and
• the Sardinian words Deu (Dèu),
although officially French is dominated by a divine name “Dieu” (“God”) and a personal pronoun
“je” (“I”).

The traces in the runic alphabet


The Germanic name “Wut”, respectively “Vut” for “Wodan” also corresponds to Wit (“We two”)
and a reversed version of “Tīw”. The runes may be interpreted in both forward and backward
directions, which may indicate “Tīw” as a predecessor for “Wodan”.
Numerous keywords may have been represented by the three initial characters ᚠ-ᚢ-ᚦ (“f-u-th”) of
the Futharc-alphabet, including the following derivations in English:
wit, futter, fodr, fud, foster, father, feed, fed-up, well-fed, fat, food, fit, fathom, fetter, fasten,
foot, feast, Tiw. & Woden.
The Futhark alphabet seems to consist of the first three characters ᚠᚢᚦ (“Futh”) to be followed by a
fourth character ᚨ (“A”), which represents the initial character for the “alphabetical” (“AIΩ”)-
section.

35 Djin - human being


The missionary effort to replace the old religion by Christianity
In order to ban the pagan “Vit”-deities the missionaries introduced a Sicilian saint Saint Vitus,
transported his relics to the northern countries and ordered to build churches, monasteries and
chapels, which were dedicated to St. Vitus.

The Slavic deity Rod


All four male Slavic/Saxon names Krodo or Rod(u), Woden (Odin), Thor, Tiw or Tuw of the
Germanic pantheon for the planets Saturn, Jupiter, Mars and Mercury may be identified in five or
six initial letters of the keyword ᚠᚢᚦᚩᚱᚳ (Futhorc).

Notes to the Philosophical " Nous " -Concept


Archaeological investigations have proven the trading routes, the exchange of valuable gifts and
intensive contacts between the Greek traders and their Celtic partners. The archaeological sites at
Heuneburg in which the first settlement on the site dates to the Middle Bronze Age (15th to 12th
century BC). In their contacts with Greek traders the Germanic settlements also were able to
exchange philosophical ideas, which may be encoded in their languages.
Homer's Iliad contains two words, νόος (nous, → English: mind) and νῶϊ (“we two”), which seem
to be correlating with two corresponding English words Wit (mind) respectively the obsolete dual
form of the English personal pronoun Wit (“we two”).
These words must be considered as fundamentals in a philosophical system. Since Homer's
composition of the Iliad the “Nous”-Concept has been studied by almost all philosophers including
Heraclitus, Parmenides, Anaxagoras, Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Plotinus, Valentinus, Simon Magus,
Averroes, the Christian fathers … There can be no doubt the nous-concept has been a fundamental
theme for philosophy.

The archaic creation legend in Plato's Symposium


The basic structure of the archaic creation legend may have been documented in the dialogue
“Symposium” in which Plato describes the concept of a bipolar, dual type of “Man”, who had to be
split up in two halves36.
This philosophical concept of a dual form for the first man may have inspired the Celtic or
Germanic philosophers.

The role of Chilperic letters


In Germanic languages a number of ligatures U&U → W, I&J → IJ, A&E → Æ, etc. concentrates
in the range of the ᚠᚢᚦᚨ - Header (“Futha”). Some of these special letters (Ƿ Þ Ð Æ), are also found
at the end of the Danish-Norse alphabet and at the end of the Old English Latin alphabet.
One of the interesting traces of these forms of symbolism may be found in the four additional letters
(ᚹΘZΨ or ΔΘZΨ), which had been introduced to the Latin alphabet by the Merovingian king
Chilperic I (c. 539 – 584).

36 Plato's Myth on the Origins of Sexual Orientation


The end of the archaic religion
In early March 751 Childeric was dethroned by Pope Zachary and tonsured. His long hair was the
symbol of his dynasty and thus the royal rights or magical powers; by cutting it, they divested him
of all royal prerogatives.
Therefore Childeric's dethroning procedure in 751 marks the end of the archaic Religion.

The Search for Traces of a Dual Form in Quebec French37


In Acadian French the ego-pronoun Je (the pronoun "I") is frequently pronounced euj, In Quebec
the ego-pronoun “I” (Fr: je) is frequently pronounced ej (common in Quebec French).
In West-French territories another version of Acadian French often combines the standard French
ego-pronouns “je” with a plural declination of the verb: for example j'allons (“I are going”) instead
of the modern French standard nous allons (“we are going”).
Compared to the Greek dual forms the Acadian French euj-entry (“I”) may be suitable candidate for
a former dual form of the personal pronoun of the 1st person.

37 The Search for Traces of a Dual Form in Quebec French


Appendix 1: Scribd- and Academia.edu-databases
This overview lists the mayor works in my Scribd- and Academia.edu-databases in reversed
chronological order. These databases have been setup as my personal search engines for my own
research.
My Scribd-database (account jwr47) contains 1400 papers which have been composed between
2009 up to today. Unfortunately the Scribd-system (with 1400 papers) does not allow me to easily
update, delete or edit the oldest papers.
Therefore I also started a Academia.edu-database for the relatively recent papers (from: Oct 7,
2017).
• For recent papers the links for these papers refer to the Academia.edu-database.
• For earlier papers the links for these papers refer to the Scribd-database.
All papers are drafts and have not been selected for peer-reviews.
Occasionally I also translated manuscripts to Dutch and German, which in the following lists
occasionally will be referenced in footnotes.
2019 Woden (Wuþ, Wit)
• Traces of an Old Religion (The Root “Wit” in Wittekind) – (uploaded: 28.9.2019)
Chilperic I (c. 539 – 584) was the Merovingian king of Neustria (or Soissons) from 561 to
his death. Most of what is known of Chilperic comes from The History of the Franks by
Gregory of Tours. Chilperic's education involved religious and cultural themes. One of his
studies concentrated on the reformation of the Latin alphabet, which had been in use in the
Merovingian court.
The extension of the alphabet has been specified as: uui (as a symbol Δ), ω (as a symbol Θ),
the (as a symbol Z), and æ (as a symbol Ψ).
Incidentally the additional four symbols uui (as Δ or ᚹ), ω (as Θ or ʘ), the (as Z) and æ (as
Ψ) match the initial four characters of the runic alphabet ᚠᚢᚦᚩᚱᚳ respectively ᚠᚢᚦᚬᚱᚳ
(Younger Futhark).
In this comparison I assume the initial rune ᚠ (the “F” in “Futhark”) represents a universal
symbol digamma (Ϝ, respectively in undercase: ϝ) which represents /w/ and also covers the
phonemes /v/, /f/, /u/, /y/. This is the first letter of Chilperic's additional letters.
In the archaic religion the first 3 initial runes (“Futh” of “Wuth”), ᚠ (the digamma “ϝ”), “ᚢ”,
“ᚦ” represent a keyword consisting the personal pronoun (“wut” or “wit” = “we two”) and
the key for the word “wutan” (“Wodan”, “to wit”, “witness” → “insight”).
The initial keyword “Wutha” (respectively “Futha”), which may be formed by concatenating
Chilperik's additional characters (ΔΘZΨ) more or less results in the word “Wioothæ” or
“Wodan”.

• Woden (Wuþ) as the Designer and Author of the Futhark Alphabet (15.9.2019, 08:32)
According to Jacob Grimm both the Germanic god Wodan and the Greco-Roman deity
Hermes (Mercury) had been considered as the inventors of the alphabet and writing.
In a considerable number of Germanic regions the three initial characters ᚠ-ᚢ-ᚦ (“f-u-th”) of
the Futharc-alphabet are cognate to Wodan's name “Wut”, respectively “Vut”. Therefore we
may assume that the inventor of this alphabet started the list of characters with his own
signature ᚠ-ᚢ-ᚦ (“W-u-th”).
The first character ᚠ of the Futharc-alphabet behaves like a digamma (Ϝ, ϝ, ϛ) which
regionally and/or historically may vary between various letters such as /F/, /V/, /W/, nut also
/G/, /J/ and /Y/. The initial character ᚠ in Woden's name indicates a variable character
ranging from /G/ for “good” in the naming variant “Godan” and /W/ for “wild” in “Wodan”.
This transition may be identified in the naming conventions of a river “Gutach”, which in its
course mutates to the furious river “Wutach”. The root “Gut” / “Wut” in the names
“Gutach”/”Wutach” corresponds to the transition of Wodan's character who is described as
“Good” as well as “Wild”.
Obviously the runic word ᚠ-ᚢ-ᚦ (“f-u-th”) also included the variants “w-u-th”, “v-u-th” and
“g-u-th”, which regionally vary in names such as Wuodan, Wodan (in Saxony), Guddan,
Gudan (in Westphalia), Gwydian, Godan, Vut (for the Alamanns or Burgundians), and the
Gothic Guþ (O.N. Goð → God, guð, goð).
This paper documents the special topic of the variants “Gut” / “Wut” for Woden's
characteristics /G/ for “Goodness” respectively /W/ for “Fury”.

• Is the Core "Wut" in "Wutach" symbolizing "Wutan" ("Woden") (1.9.2019, 08:10)


The "Baar"-Region between the German Black Forest and the Swabian Alb is considered to
contain the source of the Danube river. However 300 days of the year most of the gathered
water in the source rivers Brigach and Breg is lost by seepage near the city of Tuttlingen.
After 60 hours the depleted water masses return at the gigantic Aach source which transfers
the supply to Lake Constance and the Rhine. Effectively the Danube river starts the delivery
of water to the Black Sea from the Tuttlingen region.

• The Bipolar Core of Germanic Languages (14.8.2019, 21:24)


According to Ruth Benedict the indoctrination is inherited to the children who learn their
mothers' language or to be more precise their family's dialect. As soon as a baby is born it
will be integrated in this clan and follows the clan's rules.
In Germanic languages the keywords “wit” (for “we two”), the sky-gods “Tiw” and “Vut”
and a number of philosophical activities “witan”, “wita” and “to wit” obviously belonged to
the local family's dialects.
As a special feature the relevant runic symbols ᚠ-ᚢ-ᚦ for these keywords “wit” have been
positioned at the beginning of the Futharc alphabet. Therefore the Futharc runic alphabet
also contains a number of important keywords.
In the Gothic alphabet the author Ulfila, bishop of the Visigoths, inserted these relevant
runic symbols ᚠ-ᚢ-ᚦ in the standard alphabet A-B-G..., but took care to terminate the
alphabet with a special TUV-pattern, which may have been included to comfort the
Germanic people for the loss of their religion.
The well-known dual form “wit” / “wut” / “wat” in Germanic languages may have been
based on the Plato's creation legend of splitting a first human creature in 2 halves.
The keyword “wit” for the dual form had been shared by the definitions of “wisdom”,
“witness” and “wita” (“wise man”) and “witan” respectively “witenagemot”. Various words
(“wiskunde”, “weten”, “wissen”) in neighboring languages such as Dutch and German are
also cognate to “witan”.
“Wit” also may have been included in the names for “Tiw”, “Wodan”, “Witebi” (Whitby),
“Wit” (Wight), etc.
In Greek the dual form νώ, νῶϊ (“we two”) does not seem to be related to “wit”.
Homer's Iliad contains two words, νόος (nous, → English: mind) and νῶϊ (“we two”), which
seem to be correlating with two corresponding English words wit (mind) respectively the
obsolete dual form of the English personal pronoun wit (“we two”).
These words must be considered as fundamentals in a philosophical system. Since Homer's
composition of the Iliad the “Nous”-Concept has been studied by almost all philosophers
including Heraclitus, Parmenides, Anaxagoras, Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Plotinus,
Valentinus, Simon Magus, Averroes, the Christian fathers … There can be no doubt the
nous-concept has been a fundamental theme for philosophy. Additionally the duel may be
related to the dual form “we two”.
The alternative word wit (mind) is written and spoken as the dual form of the pronoun wit
(“we two”), but nobody seems to discover the analogy between both English words nor the
correlation to the Greek translations νόος (nous) for wit (mind) respectively νῶϊ (“we two”)
for wit (“we two”).
Vit, Wit, Wittekind, Wita, Witan, Wiskunde (Simon Stevin)
• Simon Stevin's Redefinition of Scientific Arts 38 (7.8.2019, 10:08)
Simon Stevin (1548–1620) was a Flemish mathematician, physicist and military
engineer. He made various contributions in many areas of science and engineering,
both theoretical and practical. He also translated various mathematical terms into
Dutch, making it one of the few European languages in which the word for
mathematics, wiskunde (wis and kunde, i.e., "the knowledge of what is certain"), was
not a loanword from Greek but a calque via Latin. 39

• De etymologie van de woorden met Wit-, Wita en Witan-kernen (11.8.2019, 19:32)


In the “History of England” André Maurois (1885-1967) lists several historical references to
the witans (or witenagemot: "councils of wise men"), who advised and chose the kings
between, respectively before the 7th century until the 11th century. This arrangement ended
1066 by the Norman successors, who replaced the witenagemot with the curia regis, or
king's court.
Our earliest authority for the English ancestry is Beda [d. 735] although he only mentions
that of Kent. In Kent Wôden's pedigree starts with the names: Wôden → Wecta / Wehta1 →
Witta → Withgils.
In Wikipedia the Old-English word Witan is described as an obsolete expression, carrying “a
fustian air of decayed scholarship”2. The first recorded act of a witenagemot was the law
code issued by King Æthelberht of Kent ca. A.D. 600, the earliest document which survives
in sustained Old English prose.
For decades Witan and Witenagemot have been avoided by historians, although these words
may be cognate to “wit”, “witness” the dual form “wit” (“we two”) and the three initial
runes “ᚠᚢᚦ” (“Vut”) of the Futhorc alphabet. Also some of the first royals carried names
such as Wôden, Wehta, Witta and Withgils. This paper lists the references to the Witans in
“History of England” by André Maurois.
Runes were called vitha by the West Slavs3 and in Dutch Witan is cognate to both “weten”
(“to know”) and “wijten” (“to blame”).
Therefore word “wit” seems to have been a keyword in Germanic and Slavic languages,
referring to certainty, gods, kings, knowledge, wisdom and runes.
In Dutch the Flemish mathematician and engineer Simon Stevin (1605-1608) introduced
several “wit”-words such as “wisconst” ("the knowledge of what is certain”) and “wysentijt”
(“the era of wise men”).

• The "Vit"-Roots in the Anglo-Saxon Pedigree (28.7.2019, 20:47)


This paper documents a number of “wit”- and “tiw”-roots in the chapter Anglo-Saxon
Genealogy in Grimm's Teutonic Mythology. “Wit”-roots refer to Woden and “Tiw”-roots
refer to the god “Tiw”, “Tuw” or “Tue”.
The Saxon Chronicle says the Jutes occupied Kent and the Isle of Wight, the Saxons Essex,
Sussex and Wessex, the Angles Eastangle, Mercia and Northumberland.
The names of Woden's posterity in the pedigrees for Kent (Wôden → Wecta / Wehta →
Witta → Withgils) and Mercia (Woden → Withelgeatus → Waga → Wihtleagus) contain
“wit”-cores.
Odhinn had three sons. One of these sons (Vegdeg) ruled over East Saxony; his son was
called Vitrgils, and had two sons, Ritta (al. Picta, evid. Witta, Wicta).
Tuisco seems to be cognate to Tiw, which may represent a reversed form of Wit. In Gothic

38 Dutch version: Simon Stevin's definitie van wetenschappelijk onderzoek


39 Simon Stevin (Wikipedia)
dialect the god would be Thiudiska, in OHG. Diutisco, the offspring of the people (thiuda,
diot) itself.

• The Traces of "Wit" in Saxony (published 20.7.2019, 07:24)


In Saxony the ruling dynasty seems to be based on the cores “Wit” and “Wet”.
The progenitor Widukind or Wittekind, was a leader of the Saxons from 777 to 785.
Wettin Castle is the ancestral seat of the House of Wettin, ruling dynasty of Saxony and
Poland. Wettin was first documented as Vitin civitas in a 961 deed issued by German king
Otto I.
Wittenberg was also the seat of the Elector of Saxony, a dignity held by the dukes of Saxe-
Wittenberg, making it one of the most powerful cities in the Holy Roman Empire. Historical
documents first mention the settlement in 1180 as a small village founded by Flemish
colonists under the rule of the House of Ascania.
The power of the Kingdom of Saxony has been founded on the silver mining on the
Rammelsberg (documented around 968; Ore mining started in Bronze Age) and at the silver
rush of Freiberg (1186).
Officially the names Widukind and Wittekind are interpreted as "child of the wood" (i.e. a
wolf), [dubious]. The name Wettin may be derived from the Old-Sorbian word vitin. Vitin is
based on “vit”, which is interpreted as "Welcome".
The idea to consider vitin as an Old-Sorbian word is rather grotesque. Any occupying Saxon
landlord will choose a Saxon title for his castle and the new settlement. A suitable root for
Saxon names is “wit” (representing “Tiw”, “Vut”, “we two”, etc.).
The rulers therefore may have based the naming conventions for Wittekind, Wittenberg,
Wettin, vitin (etc.) on the principal runes “ᚠᚢᚦ” (“Vuth” or “Wyth”).

Runes (Futharc, Chilperic, Tiw, AE, Vit, Rod and Chrodo)


• King Chilperic I's letters (ΔΘZΨ) may be found at the beginning ("Futha") of the runic
alphabet and at the end (WIJZAE) of the Danish alphabet (timestamp: 30.6.2019)40
The Futhark alphabet seems to consist of the first three characters ᚠᚢᚦ (“Futh”) to be
followed by a fourth character ᚨ (“A”), which represents the initial character for the
“alphabetical” (“AIΩ”)- section.
In Germanic languages a number of ligatures U&U → W, I&J → IJ, A&E → Æ, etc.
concentrates in the range of the ᚠᚢᚦᚨ - Header (“Futha”). Some of these special letters (Ƿ Þ Ð
Æ), are also found at the end of the Danish-Norse alphabet and at the end of the Old English
Latin alphabet.
On a local scale the word Æ still is being used as a symbol for eternity, law, matrimony and
the personal pronoun of the 1st person singular. Although the ligature Æ has been introduced
later the symbolism may have been represented earlier by a simple character ᚨ (“A”).
Eventually the shape of the ligature Æ may be understood as the concentrated symbolism of
the creation legend for Ask & Embla in a singular letter Æ.
One of the interesting traces of these symbolisms may be found in the four additional letters
(ᚹΘZΨ or ΔΘZΨ), which had been introduced to the Latin alphabet by the Merovingian king
Chilperic I (c. 539 – 584).1
This essay concentrates on the end of some of the Germanic alphabets, which contain
dedicated special letters (such as Ƿ Þ Ð Æ Ø W IJ).

40 Dutch version: Aan het slot (WIJZAE) van het Deense alfabet en aan het begin ("Futha") van het runenalfabet
bevinden zich de letters (ΔΘZΨ) van koning Chilperik I
• The Role of the Ligature AE in the European Creation Legend (timestamp: 10.10.2019)
The Futhark alphabet seems to consist of the first three characters ᚠᚢᚦ (“Futh”) to be
followed by a fourth character ᚨ (“A”) which represents the initial character for the
“alphabetical” (“A.C...I....Ω”)- section.
There are plenty of reasons to define the ligature Æ as a locally defined sacred core of the
Germanic alphabet. On a local scale the word Æ still is being used as a symbol for eternity,
law, matrimony and the personal pronoun of the 1st person singular.
Although the ligature Æ has been introduced later the symbolism may have been represented
earlier by a simple character ᚨ (“A”), which unified the fundamentals for eternity, law,
matrimony, the personal pronoun and the creation legend.
Eventually the shape of the ligature Æ may be understood as the concentrated symbolism of
the creation legend for Ask & Embla in a singular letter Æ.
One of the most interesting traces for this symbolism may be delivered by the 4 additional
letters of kings Chilperic I, which includes Æ.

• A Concept for a Runic Dictionary (timestamp: 1.8.2019, 21:18)


The Futharc alphabet seems to be composed as a twofold structure of (1) an initial header
ᚠᚢᚦ and (2) a trailing body segment.
The 3 or 4 characters in the header section “ᚠᚢᚦ (ᚨ)” of the Futharc alphabet lists the deities
Frey, Thor (and Odin).
The runic characters “runes” are named „vitha“ and symbolize “wit”, “wisdom”, “eternity”,
the dual form “wit” (“we two”), a set of keywords for procreation and a set of “Vid”-names.
A fundamental word FutiR is described by Dieterich as a universal keyword to describe life
by 10 parameters: (1) to feed up, (2) fat, (3) father, (4) fodder, (5) foster, (6) wod, (7) fud,
(8) butt, (9) futter, (10) fetter,
In Backward Reading Mode the header section “ᚠᚢᚦ” symbolizes various words such as Tiw,
Tuw, Teiws, Ziu/Zîo, Tuesday, Ziischtig, tíwesdæg, tow, touw, two, twee, zwei, Tuihanti,
twine, twijn, Zwirn, and Odin.
The Futharc alphabet also reveals a creation legend and a simplified model for the universe
as a huge tree as a supporting pillar.
The first male man may have been created as an image "ash" (rune ᚫ) of “Creator god”
(rune ᚪ). Locally the creation legend may have symbolized the unified Man as Æ, in which
A = Ask and E = Embla, which explains why the western, northern and southwestern
Norwegian dialects and the western Danish dialects of Thy and Southern Jutland, use æ as a
significant first person singular pronoun I.
The rune ᛇ (yew-tree) may represent Yggdrasil as the central pillar of the alphabetical A-I-Ω
vowel-structured universe.

• Concentrating the Runes in the Runic Alphabets (timestamp: 20.6.2019, 15:48)


The Germanic concept of a sacred Book may have been integrated in (1) the runes and (2)
the keywords of the Futhark alphabet.
A number of relevant runes related to divine names (such as A=Odin, þ=Thor and F=Frey)
concentrates in and near the keywords “Futh” ᚠ ᚢ ᚦ, “Futha” ᚠ ᚢ ᚦ ᚨ and “Futhark” ( ᚠ ᚢ ᚦ ᚨ ᚱ
ᚲ ), which also contain a number of relevant divine names (such as Wit, Tiw, Thor and Rod).
Most of the philosophical symbolism may be concentrated in singular characters such as æ
(the ego-pronoun ”I”), the vowel Α ”ans” ("god", ”Odin”) and Ask (the ”first male man” &
the ash tree).
• Traces of Vit, Rod and Chrodo (timestamp: 12.6.2019, 19:43)
This essay checks the correlations between the keyword “Crodo” or “Rod” in the Futhark
Alphabet, the Saxon god "Krodo", the deity Rod in the Chronica Slavorum and a number of
correlating names in the aristocratic Merovingian dynasty such as Chrodechilde, Radegund,
Chrodoald, Chrodoswintha, Chrodoberga, Chrodield and Chrodobert.
“Crodo” or “Rod” is one of the four keywords “Wit”, “Tiw”, “Thor” and “(C)Rod”, which
may be decoded from the leading runic words “ᚠᚢᚦ” , “ᚦᚩᚱᚳ“ and “ᚠᚢᚦᚩᚱᚳ” in the Futhark
Alphabet and also is found in Slavic mythology. Rod is cognate to the English word and the
Latin word “Rad” for “root” and the origin of mankind.
Runes were called vitha by the West Slavs, which is a genitive of *vid or *vit meaning
"image" or "side", "facet". This may also support the translation “Vith” for “ᚠᚢᚦ”, “Vitha”
(for “ᚠᚢᚦᚩ”) and “Vithark” for “ᚠᚢᚦᚩᚱᚳ”. Probably the Slavic language seems to have been a
champion in preserving the symbolism of the “vitha” (runic symbols).
"Krodo" seems to be represented in the names of the aristocratic Merovingian dynasty. The
List of Frankish kings specifies a few “Chrod”-names such as Chrodechilde (474 AD),
Radegund (520 AD), Chrodoald (555 AD), Chrodoswintha (567 AD), Chrodoberga (567
AD), Chrodield (~590), Chrodinus (†582 AD), and Chrodobert (631 AD). Therefore
aristocratic Merovingian dynasty may have been based on a deity named “Chrodo” as an
equivalent for the planet Saturn.

• The Keywords of the Futhark Alphabet (timestamp: 10.6.2019, 15:34)41


This essay describes the keywords (“ᚠᚢᚦ” , “ᚦᚩᚱᚳ“ and “ᚠᚢᚦᚩᚱᚳ”) of the Futhark Alphabet
from the Kylver stone up to the four additional letters Z,Δ,Ψ,Θ of the Merovingian king
Chilperic I. The four additional letters may be correlating to the first four runic symbols
(“futha”) of the ᚠᚢᚦᚨ-alphabet.
The runic Futhark alphabet cannot be considered as a mere set of letter symbols, but must be
seen as a book based on at least one or more singular keywords (“ᚠᚢᚦ” and “ᚦᚩᚱᚳ“), which
contain a set of religious and philosophical cores. Initially the keyword may have been
“ᚠᚢᚦ”.
Chilperic's four additional letters Z,Δ,Ψ,Θ may have allowed the king to save some
Germanic symbolism in the new Latin alphabet. Chilperic must have known the old religion
was to be doomed, but his authority and life depended on a good concept to save the core of
basic runic symbolism in the new Latin alphabet.
The concept of the modified Latin alphabet
Z,Δ,Ψ,Θ,A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,K,L,M,N,O,P,Q,R,S,T,V,X allowed the readers to “see” the
keyword “Thwiæou” (Dieu and also “Tiw”) in forward reading mode. In reverse reading
mode the word “(uæ)uuith” might be interpreted as the name of the archaic Germanic deity “
Wut or “Vut” (“Wodan”). The exact composition for the 4 letter-keyword is unknown.

• Het runenboek met het unieke woord Tiw (timestamp: 1.6.2019, 05:58)
This paper has been devoted to William Barnes' book named “TIW”, which he had identified
as the name of the god from which the Teutonic race seems to have taken their name.
In his book “TIW” William Barnes explains the fundamentals for his own language English
as a compact set of 50 Teutonic root-forms, which he listed in a 100 pages long dictionary,
claiming: “My view of the English, as a Teutonic tongue, is, that the bulk of it was formed
from about fifty primary roots, of such endings and beginnings as the sundry clippings that
are still in use by the English organs of speech.”
This paper presents a concept which contains one single root-word “ᚠᚢᚦ” (“wiᚦ”) in the
runic ᚠᚢᚦᚨᚱᚲ (Ϝuthark) or ᚠᚢᚦᚩᚱᚳ (Ϝuthorc) “alphabet”, which might be used as a central root-

41 Dutch version: De sleutelwoorden van het Futhark alfabet 10.6.2019, 15:34)


form to generate a compact set of Germanic keywords such as wit, futter, fodr, fud, foster,
father, feed, fed-up, well-fed, fat, food, fit, fathom, fetter, fasten, foot, feast, Voden, resp.
Tiw & Thor.
Therefore the runic alphabet cannot be considered as a mere set of words, but must be seen
as a book based on one singular word (“ᚠᚢᚦ”), which contains a religious and philosophical
core.
This core contains the divine names (“Tiw”, “Vut”, “ᚦor” and “Rod”), the singular, dual and
plural forms for the personal pronouns (“I”, “wit”, “we”) and the philosophical core “wit”
(“knowledge”). In the course of time the core may have been extended to ᚠᚢᚦᚩᚱᚳ (Ϝuthorc)
to provide the letters to encode extra divine names “ᚦor” and “Rod”.

• A short Essay about the Evolution of European Personal Pronouns (timestamp: 30.5.2019)
We may easily identify the names Diéu and Dious in the name of the PIE-god *Dyaus or
*Dyeus, but it takes some time to understand the correlation between *Dyaus or *Dyeus
and the first three letters “WIT” or “WUT”, respectively “TIW” or “TUW” of the ᚠᚢᚦᚩᚱᚳ
(Ϝuthark/Ϝuthorc) alphabet.
The first problem to be solved is to understand ᚠ as a digamma, which not only
represents /w/, but also the phonemes /ou/, /eu/ or /au/ in *Dyaus or *Dyeus. This opens the
door to the interpretation of the initial three runic symbols as divine names ᚦIW and WIᚦ.
The second problem is to accept a reversed interpretation of the written words “WIᚦ” as
“ᚦIW”, respectively “WUᚦ” as “ᚦUW”, which is needed to accept the equivalence of “TIW”
and “WIT”.
This paper presents a synthesis of Germanic, Greek and Uralic philosophical concepts,
which share the European names for the sky-gods, the personal pronouns of the 1st person
and the interpretation of some common philosophical symbols.

• The Evolution of the European Personal Pronouns (timestamp: 20.5.2019, 15:52)


Our languages may have evolved to its present stage in at least 3 stages. Intermediate stages
used various personal pronouns, which allow us to reconstruct some of the basic
philosophies.
The principal philosophical core seems to be the νώ / νῶϊ (nō / nōi) pronoun (“we two”)
which:
-- in Greek language relates to Νοέω (to understand), Νόος (mind) and νοῦς (Nous, ~mind),
-- in Latin-based languages relates to Nos (“we”), nosco (“to know”),
-- in Germanic languages relates to Wit (“we two”), wit (knowledge) and Tiw (God).

These concepts are interrelated by the Dutch accusative personal pronoun “ons” (us) and
German “uns” (us), which are garbled equivalents of the Latin personal pronoun “nos” (us).

• The Miraculous Transformation of European Civilization 42 (timestamp: 10.5.2019, 15:43)


From the 1st century the Spanish christening missions started by miraculous presentation of
relics and the modification of the divine names and the personal pronouns of the first person
singular.
The inclusion of divine names Wodan (Vidvut or Vut), Tiw, Krodo (Rodu or Rod), Thor may
be identified inside the initial runic keyword for the “Fuᚦorc”alphabet. Wit and/or Wut may
be identified as the initial word “ᚠᚢᚦ” in the Futhorc-alphabet, in which the first character
symbolizes a digamma. Tiw or Tuw is another spelling variant for Wit or Wut.
These four names Wodan, Tiw, Rod and Thor correspond to the planets Mercury, Mars,
Saturn, Jupiter. The common set of planetary gods also included the sun, the moon and

42 Dutch version: De miraculeuze transformatie van de Europese samenleving


Venus. In European territories the Germanic and Romansh names for the days of the week
(1st - 3rd or 4th century) have been synchronized.
From the 7th century the dethronement of the Merovingians initiated the christening mission
of the missionaries Willibrordus and Boniface, who concentrated on the sanctification of the
water wells respectively the Vitus-cult.
In the 16th century the whistle-blower Desiderius Erasmus describes the status of the
Church in an essay titled “Laus Stultitiae” (“In Praise of Folly”, 1511).
From the the 19th century modern miracles are recorded at Lourdes, Fátima and Medjugorje.
At the end of the European hegemony the dollar starts an era of of manipulated markets, in
which the dollar gradually looses its collateral foundation and turns into a genuine fiat
currency.

• The Duality in Greek and Germanic Philosophy


The Germanic dual form “við”, respectively “wit” (dual: “we two”) may be compared to
Homer's dual form νώ (νῶϊ) (dual: “we two”).
In contrast another Germanic word “wit” (“knowledge”, “wisdom”) may be compared to
νοῦς or νόος (“Nous”, wisdom).
A third Germanic word “Wiᚦ” (“with”) switched from a controversial, dissociating
symbolism to a cooperative, associating symbolism.
The Greek words νώ (dual: “we two”) and νοῦς (“Nous”, wisdom) seem to be correlating to
the Germanic dual form “við” or “wit” (dual: “we two”), respectively “wit” (“knowledge”,
“wisdom”) and “Wiᚦ” (from: “without” → “with”).
This paper suggests the possible correlation between the Greek philosophers Homer (800
BCE), Hesiod (700 BCE) and Heraclitus (500 BCE), who described Eris (English: duel;
Dutch: twist, tweedracht; German: (Zwist, Zwietracht) as a powerful tool for the basic
struggle between two participants.
The dual character of these duels has been lost in English languages, but still may be
identified in the Dutch words: twist, tweedracht and German: Zwist, Zwietracht.
In the philosophical duels between Homer, Hesiod and Heraclitus the youngest (Heraclitus)
ultimately explains the true character of Eris.
Around 500BCE the traders also communicated the philosophical ideas of Heraclitus (such
as the basics of the Eris (strife, duel)) between the Germanic center “Pyrene” (~ Heuneburg)
and the Greek trading stations such as Athens.

Papers in Dutch language


• Bericht van de altaarschellist over de Lof der Zotheid 27.4.2019, 17:00
• De bronnen van Brabant (de Helleputten aan de Brabantse breuklijnen) 14.4.2019, 17:26
• De fundamenten van de samenleving 13.4.2019, 14:17
• De rol van de waterbronnen bij de kerstening van Nederland 12.4.2019, 21:54
• De etymologie van "wijst" en "wijstgrond" 2.4.2019, 13:32
• Synthese van de Germanistische & Griekse mythologie en etymologie 25.2.2019, 11:30
• De restanten van de dualis in het Nederlands, Engels en Duits (dated 22.2.2019, 17:21)

Mith and With


• The Antipodes Mith and With (uploaded to Scribd: Mar 25, 2019)
Germanic languages seem to have focused on the concept of two antipodes, which may be
identified as associating versus dissociating symbols. Both associating and dissociating
processes are elementary concepts in human societies. For matrimonial couples marriage is
an associating phase. Simultaneously both parental families both suffer the loss of the
couple's partners from their homes. As a rule each associating event may also evoke a
dissociating event. Eventually each marriage will also be hit by a disruption. Basically these
associating and dissociating forces are encoded in languages by M and W, which in a
graphical sense are vertically mirrored letters. In fact the M is a genuine singular letter
symbolizing a bipolar (male & female) couple “Man” and W (as a “double U”) originally
may also be considered as a pair of two identical letters U respectively V. The analysis of the
symbolism of both letters M and W turned out to be rather complex. First of all the English
language complicated the concept of two antipodes by redefining the associating and
dissociating elements “Mid” and “With” to “With” respectively “Mid”. This transformation
took place around the Norman conquest (1066). Additionally the letter W also seems to have
been associated with the Digamma ("Ϝ" or its modern lowercase variant "ϝ"), which had
been lost in several languages for example in the Greek transformation of Woinos in Oinos
(“wine”), the transformation of Wilusa to Ilion (“Troy”) and the Nordic transformation of
Wodan to Odin (the sky-god). The Madr-symbol “M” may represent Man (Adam) in his
associated phase before the separation in Man & Woman whereas the Stupmadr-symbol “U”
symbolized the dissociated state of Man in Adam and Eve after their and separation in the
first couple of Man & Woman. The following overview may suggest an intermediary, but
unsecured concept: -- The “I” (The self, descendants “Y”, “ic” and Proto-Italic *egō)
symbolizes a singular character. -- Me may symbolize the centered (associated) couple (“we
two”). -- We (“we all”) symbolizes the we-group. -- Mid (Miᚦ) symbolizes the associated
couple (“we two”). -- Wid (Wiᚦ) symbolizes the dissociated couple (“we two”). This paper
summarizes the details for the antipodes Mid (Miᚦ) and Wid (Wiᚦ).

The Dual Form


• The Role of the Dual Form in the Evolution of European Languages 43 (ca. 11.3.2019)
In one of his latest essays “About the Dual Form” („Über den Dualis“, 1828) Wilhelm von
Humboldt issues a warning, that we should not consider the dual form as a superfluous
luxury in linguistics. The dual form contributes to the precision in internal relations between
words and enhances the impressive and expressive powers.
Von Humboldt does not really explain the fundamental backgrounds of the dual forms,
which may be concentrated in the 3-letter header-information of the runic alphabet, the
identity of the dual form “wit” („we two“) and the English word “wit” (“the Greek νοῦς or
νόος ”).
In this essay the role of the Germanic dual form will be derived from concepts, which share
the linguistic evolution and the Creation Legends in Genesis and Greek legends such as
Plato's Symposium. The fundamental symbolism of the dual form “wit” or “wut” (“we two”)
is explained by the identity with the fundamental sky gods Tiw and Wut (Woden). The dual
forms “wit” (in English), “wat” (Frisian) or “wut “ (Dutch) are identical to the divine names
Wut (Wodan) respectively the mirrored word Tiw, respectively Tuw.
According to Udo Waldemar Dieterich the runes FuþiR and Faþir cover (1) birth and raise,
(2) fatness, (3) father, (4) food, (5) fostering, (6) madness, (7) female and (8) male genitals,
(9) sex, copulation. Additionally I include the special words (10) fetter, (11) the Dutch word
“fut” for sperm and (12) widows and widowers as abandoned partners.
These runes FuþiR and Faþir tend to refer to the first 3 symbols Fuþ of the Fuþark-array.
The list of Tiw-dictionary includes most of the FuþiR/ Faþir-symbols in some of the
Germanic languages, but only English language allows us to identify all 9 Fuþ-categories as
integrated inside FuþiR/ Faþir which are correlated to the “fuþ”-core in “fuþark”: (1) to feed
up, (2) fat, (3) father, (4) fodder, (5) foster, (6) wod, (7) fud, (8) butt, (9) futter, (10) fetter.
Most of these words had been listed in the vocabulary of William Barnes, who wrote a book
named TIW, which he had identified as the name of the god from which the Teutonic race

43 Dutch version: De rol van de dualis in de ontwikkeling der Europese talen (11.3.2019, 20:16)
seem to have taken their name.
50% of the10 categories have been found in his list, but probably for prudency (?) the
genitals fud & butt (female resp. and male) and futter (copulation) as well as “fat” and “feed
up” are missing.
The important entries “wit” and “witness” (Dutch “weten”, German “wissen”) are missing in
Barnes' view of the English as a Teutonic tongue.

• The Search for Traces of a Dual Form in Quebec French 26.2.2019, 22:22
In one of his latest essays “About the Dual Form” („Über den Dualis“, 1828) Wilhelm von
Humboldt issues a warning, that we should not consider the dual form as a superfluous
luxury in linguistics. The dual form contributes to the precision in internal relations between
words and enhances the impressive and expressive powers.
Von Humboldt does not really explain the fundamental backgrounds of the dual forms,
which may be concentrated in the 3-letter header-information of the runic alphabet, the
identity of the dual form “wit” („we two“) and the English word “wit” (“the Greek νοῦς or
νόος ”).
In this essay the role of the Germanic dual form will be derived from concepts, which share
the linguistic evolution and the Creation Legends in Genesis and Greek legends such as
Plato's Symposium. The fundamental symbolism of the dual form “wit” or “wut” (“we two”)
is explained by the identity with the fundamental sky gods Tiw and Wut (Woden). The dual
forms “wit” (in English), “wat” (Frisian) or “wut “ (Dutch) are identical to the divine names
Wut (Wodan) respectively the mirrored word Tiw, respectively Tuw.
According to Udo Waldemar Dieterich the runes FuþiR and Faþir cover (1) birth and raise,
(2) fatness, (3) father, (4) food, (5) fostering, (6) madness, (7) female and (8) male genitals,
(9) sex, copulation. Additionally I include the special words (10) fetter, (11) the Dutch word
“fut” for sperm and (12) widows and widowers as abandoned partners.
These runes FuþiR and Faþir tend to refer to the first 3 symbols Fuþ of the Fuþark-array.
The list of Tiw-dictionary includes most of the FuþiR/ Faþir-symbols in some of the
Germanic languages, but only English language allows us to identify all 9 Fuþ-categories as
integrated inside FuþiR/ Faþir which are correlated to the “fuþ”-core in “fuþark”: (1) to feed
up, (2) fat, (3) father, (4) fodder, (5) foster, (6) wod, (7) fud, (8) butt, (9) futter, (10) fetter.
Most of these words had been listed in the vocabulary of William Barnes, who wrote a book
named TIW, which he had identified as the name of the god from which the Teutonic race
seem to have taken their name.
50% of the10 categories have been found in his list, but probably for prudency (?) the
genitals fud & butt (female resp. and male) and futter (copulation) as well as “fat” and “feed
up” are missing.
The important entries “wit” and “witness” (Dutch “weten”, German “wissen”) are missing in
Barnes' view of the English as a Teutonic tongue.

Alphabets (Ugaritic, Dutch, runic)


• Notes to the Corner Wedge in the Ugaritic Alphabet (21.2.2019, 12:49)
In the Ugaritic alphabet (and partly for vowels in the the Old-Persian language) the
graphical cuneiform symbols may be categorized in two groups, which are ruled by the
(larger) corner wedge.
Larger wedges are made by pressing harder (deeper); smaller wedges are made by a lighter
impression. Therefore the larger wedges may have been considered as the preferred symbols
for dominant religious or philosophical definitions.
In the archaic languages most cuneiform symbols represent entire words (logograms) or
phonetic (syllabic) units. In some languages such as the Ugaritic alphabet the cuneiform
symbols however define a 1:1 relation between the cuneiform symbol and a phoneme.
One third of the Ugaritic alphabet contains a corner wedge (in German: “Winkelhaken”).
These letters (ḥ, ṭ, š, d, ẓ, ', q, t, ġ and s2) seem to be preferred for the names for the PIE-
sky-god Dyaus, and its derivative names Dius, Tius, Zius, etc. Most of these letters have
been needed to describe important words.
The mapping of the letters with large wedges from the Ugaritic alphabet in Latin and Greek
alphabets results in the following Latin letters: the consonants D-G-H-Q-S-T-Z and the
vowels U-A-I-J and probably also H (Æ), which are the symbols for composing the names
Diæus, Dius, Ziu, Tiu, Sius, Thius and Quirinus. The letters D-G-H-S-T-Z were easily
understood as universal fundamental symbols, but the letter Q represents a special case.
In Roman mythology and religion, Quirinus is an early god of the Roman state. A. B. Cook
explains Quirinus as the oak-god (quercus) and Quirites (Roman citizens) as the men of the
oaken spear.[4] The reason for the Romans to adopt the letter “Q” may be found in the
cooperation with their earliest partners. The ancient Roman rulers derived the word Quirinus
from the Sabines.
In Greece the letter Koppa was used as a symbol for the city of Corinth, which had the early
spelling of the Koppa-symbol for livestock branding. Corinth used the early spelling of
Ϙόρινθος. The Greeks used the Koppa ϙο, ϙυ for a few centuries to express the phonemes
/ko/ and /ku/, but they had no advantage from these spellings. The Q however also had been
in use as a numeral (90) for counting and probably had to be maintained for the trading and
administrative activities. This may be the reason for keeping the letter with the corner wedge
alive, although the symbolism had been abandoned.

• The Origin of the long IJ-symbol in the Dutch alphabet 44 (18.2.2019, 07:15)
The Dutch alphabet may deviate from the Latin standard alphabet by using an additional
25th character IJ. Additional special characters often have been required for their
fundamental religious symbolism, which may be inherited from the runes or complex
philosophical constructs and needed to be saved for the people's identity. Examples for such
letters such as the thorn Þ and the letter Æ (æ) (in Old-English and in the Icelandic alphabet)
may be found in old versions of languages.
As a long vowel the Dutch letter IJ may have played a similar role in philosophical
symbolism. In archaic societies numerous rivers had been considered and honored as “gods”
who had to be honored by long vowels (such as: 1 Aa - 2 Ae - 3 Die - 4 Ee - 5 Ie - 6 IJ 1) in
their names. As a great number of creeks with the names Aa, Ee, and others the larger local
rivers IJ and IJssel have been venerated by a similar long vowel name.
In Latin the “Long I” had been defined as the most important letter-symbol. In Dutch
language however the “Long I” does not belong to the standard character set of the Latin
alphabet.
Coincidentally one of the old Mesopotamian cuneiform alphabets (the Ugaritic alphabet)
had arranged the letter IJ (Y) at a special location between the H and K, where the Dutch
alphabet also carries a IJ-combination, which apart from two short vowels also represents a
long vowel “IJ”. Strange as it may seem the Ugaritic alphabet more or less follows an
identical ABC-sequence, which the Dutch alphabet with all its vowels A, E, I, O, U had
inherited from the Latin alphabet.
In this article the locations of the Ugaritic “Y”-symbol is compared with the Dutch “IJ”-
vowel in the middle of their neighboring symbols ...F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M...
The true “main character” of the Dutch alphabet may not be the I or J. Instead the letter IJ
seems to be a fundamental symbol, which had to be composed from a vowel I and a
consonant J.

44 Dutch version: Over de oorsprong van de „lange IJ“ in het Nederlandse alfabet
• The Backbones of the Alphabets (14.2.2019, 14:16)
Studying language we may be struck by the idea of a backbone as a basic structure to keep
the linguistic body upright.
In the course of time I concentrated on some fundamental keywords and discovered “ay” as
a great-grandfather in the Futhark alphabet, which I remembered to have met in the
Sumerian water-codes “a → aya → ayaya”.
I remember the one-vowel word “a” had been chosen to define “seed-water”, to be followed
by “aya” (“father”) and “ayaya” (“grandfather”). These words had been dated ~5000 years
ago at ~3000 BCE.
I did not remember the code-word for great-grandfather but I guess any Sumerian citizen
may have understood the imaginary expression “ayayaya” (for great-grandfather).
The Germanic runic alphabet has been founded on a central “ai”-, respectively “ia”-core,
including the words ai (great-grandfather), æ (I, eternal) and “aye” (“always, ever”). The
word ai (great-grandfather) seemed to have been inherited from Sumerian “aya”, but the
definition had been shifted a few generations and lost the repetitive mode.
The Sumerian word ama (“mother”) matches the Basque's word “ama” for “mother”. The
Sumerian root aya (“father”) matches the Basque's word “aita” for “father”. Both
correlations indicate 5000 years of age for these Basque words.
In the Sami languages the words for Grandfather such as aajja and áddjá also correlate to the
Sumerian words aya and adda for “father”.
In the archaic Futhark, Greek and Latin alphabets the vowel pillars (for supporting the sky)
seem to be centered around the letters H and I, which represent the vowels H (Æ) and I.
Generally the corresponding keywords are iæ (“each”, “every”), respectively æi (“eternal”).
In Sumerian, Basque, Sami, Germanic, Greek and Latin vocabularies these vowel-words a,
aya, ayaya, ai, æ, iæ, æi, aye, ama, aita, aajja, adda, áddjá seem to represent the backbone for
“carrying the sky”.

• The Alphabet and the Symbolic Structure of Europe


In the 2nd century AD, the Greek astronomer Ptolemy described a theory for the solar
system, which had been prepared and developed in astronomical centers such as Ur of the
Chaldees, Harran and the megalithic Parc La Mutta.
From the Swiss city of Chur near the megalithic Parc La Mutta the personal pronouns of the
1st person singular (in this text “ego-pronouns”) and the corresponding sky-Gods seem to
have been distributed over Europe in all directions: westwards (jeu → je, with a deity Diéu),
southwards (jou → io, with a deity Dióu), eastwards (jau → ja, with a deity Deivos / Diáu)
and northwards (“ih” or “æ”, with a deity Tiw).
From the complexity of the location plan for the Menhirs at the Swiss planetary center of La
Mutta we may assume that the basic knowledge of astronomy must have been shared by Ur
of the Chaldees, Harran and the megalithic Parc La Mutta.
Astronomical authority seems to have allowed the megalithic astronomers and their royals to
assign planetary vowels to the personal pronouns and the corresponding deities of the
megalithic immigrants.
Originally each European section (west, east, north, south) may have been equipped with
their own “ego-pronouns” (jeu, jau, jou and ih) and the corresponding sky-Gods (Diéu,
Deivos or Diáu, Dióu respectively Tiw).
• The Unseen Words in the Runic Alphabet 45 (timestamp: 3.2.2019, 20:33)
According to the linguist Morris Swadesh the first-person singular pronoun “I” is the most
important word in all languages.
In most Romance languages the first-person singular pronoun “I” is correlating to the name
of the local Creator-God. In Provencal the first-person singular pronoun “iéu” (“I”) is a part
of the corresponding Creator's name “Diéu” (“God”).
In Germanic languages this correspondence cannot be identified as easily. In Germanic
languages a similar correlation may be found between the dual form of the pronoun (“wut”,
“we two”), the substantive “wit” (“nous”, “wit”, “wisdom”) and the corresponding Creator-
God “Tuw”).
Obviously the concept of the dual form belonged to the creation legend. The importance of
these fundamentals has been illustrated by the location of “wit” at the very beginning of the
Futhorc-alphabet.
Usually the prototype name [D]IAU[s] of the Creator-God has been based on the
fundamental vowels I, A, U. The runic first-person singular pronoun “Jak” (“I”) may have
been based on “ia(h)”.
The structure of alphabets has been founded on the three fundamental vowels I, A, U, in
which the “I” symbolizes the pillar of the sky, respectively the “A” symbolizes the
beginning and the “U” symbolizes the end of the world.
In the “Younger Futhark”-runic alphabets we may identify two word-concentrations
“Futhark” (ᚠᚢᚦᚩᚱᚳ) respectively “niast” (ᚾᛁᛅᛋᛏ), in which we will read at least 12 runic words.
Of these 12 words 6 will be found near the consonant “þ”: wit (“we two”), Vut (Wodan),
Tuw, Þor (Thor), [K]Rod, and þu (“thou”) enclosed in the keyword “Futhark” (ᚠᚢᚦᚩᚱᚳ).
The remaining 6 words will be found near the central vowel “a”: as (“deity”), ast (love), æ
(I, eternal), ai (great-grandfather), ia(h) (I), ain (unique, one) enclosed in the alphabetical
area “niast” (ᚾᛁᛅᛋᛏ).
The cores ie and ai (“æ”) have been derived from the root “aiϝ” and describe “eternity”,
which also may be interpreted as an arbitrariness.
Numerous Dutch words have been based on the “ie”-core, such as “ieder” (“every”),
“iemand” (anybody, somebody), “iets” (anything, something), but also “niemand” (nobody)
and “niets” (nothing).
A set of diversified vowels (A, I, U) in “aiϝ” defined “eternity” and has been used as a core
for various words. For example: the “ai” was the “eternally living” great-grandfather.
In the runic alphabet the “N” for negations may have been located at the left side of the
eternity-core “iæ”. This architecture enabled the readers to directly read “iæ” (everybody),
“niæ” (never), “æin” (one, unique) from the runic alphabet. The runic word “ain” (one,
unique) also has been equipped with the “n” for negations, but this letter “n” has been
located at the end of the word.
In English the word “None” does contain two negations, for which the relevant letters “n”
have been marked in blue (“not one”). In German a similar dual negation has been applied in
“nein” (“no”): “not one”. In Dutch also a similar dual negation has been applied in “neen”
(“no”): “not one”.

• The Role of the Vowels in Personal Pronouns of the 1st Person Singular (2.2.2019, 15:55)
The ancient people of Harran and Ur worshiped 7 so-called “planets”, which at the end of
the Roman empire have been encoded in the Names of the days of the week: the Sunday
(Sun), Monday (Moon), Tuesday (Mars, Tiw), Wednesday (Mercury, Wodan), Thursday
(Jupiter, Thor), Friday (Venus, Freya) and Saturday (Saturn).
The vowels of the Greek alphabet (AIΩΟΥΗΕ) had been assigned to the “planets”, which
may be observed by the unarmed human eyes: Moon (A), Mercury (E), Venus (H), Sun (I),

45 Dutch version: De ongelezen woorden in het runenalfabet


Mars (O), Jupiter (Y), Saturn (Ω). The core of ancient words such as “Aiϝ” (“aiw”,
“eternal”) may be interpreted as “AIΩ” if ϝ is understood as a genuine digamma ϝ (“w”).
From the beginning the vowels (AIΩ, AIΩΟΥ, AIΩΟΥΗΕ) played an important role in
religion, philosophy and politics. In the course of time however a revolutionary movement
may have switched the ranking order for the symbolic priority of the planetary gods and the
corresponding vowels. This is what happened to the I (the sun) and the A (the moon), which
resulted in the generation of other words (IAΩ, IAΩΟΥ, IAΩΟΥΗΕ) such as jak (“I”) and
jarl (“earl”).
In central Europe an archaic planetary observation platform (the Parc “La Mutta”) in the
neighborhood of Chur has been found, which may have played a role in observing the same
planets as in Harran and Ur. The attributing the seven “planets” with the vowels IAΩΟΥΗΕ
has been spread to Europe by trading routes.
The city of Chur is also known for an anomaly of vowel variants in the personal pronouns of
the first person singular, varying within a few dozen of kilometers from (eastwards) IAΩ to
(westwards) IEΩ, and (southwards) IOΩ or IYΩ, etc.
These vowel conventions even extend their activity in transitions (eastwards) IAΩ → the
Slavic ego-pronoun “ja”, (westwards) IEΩ → the French ego-pronoun “je” and (southwards)
IOΩ → the Italian & Spanish ego-pronoun “io”/”yo”. A controlled distribution of these
vowels from Chur to all compass directions may have been controlled by the planetary
observation platform “La Mutta”.
The assignment of a vowel to a region's ego-pronoun may define the vowel's planet as a
dedicated protector and guiding god for this region. The assignment of the vowel “E” to the
western pronoun “je” may have defined the planet Mercury as a special protector and
guiding god for the west region. The vowel “O” defines Mars as a protector for the south,
“A” defines the Moon for the east and eventually “H” defines Venus for the north.
Generally the larger the distance to Chur is growing the shorter the ego-pronouns will be
until in English only a single vowel is left: "I".

• Over de volgorde van de klinkers in woorden en in godennamen (dated: 19.1.2019, 21:57)


The ancient people of Harran and Ur worshiped 7 so-called “planets”, which at the end of
the Roman empire have been encoded in the Names of the days of the week: the Sunday
(Sun), Monday (Moon), Tuesday (Mars, Tiw), Wednesday (Mercury, Wodan), Thursday
(Jupiter, Thor), Friday (Venus, Freya) and Saturday (Saturn).
The vowels of the Greek alphabet (AIΩΟΥΗΕ) had been assigned to the “planets”, which
may be observed by the unarmed human eyes. The three most dominant “planets” were
composed as IAΩ (/iaw/) = Zon (I), Maan (A), Saturnus (Ω).
The runic word “aiw” is translated as “eternal”, which in the runic dictionary may be found
as “aiϝikR” (“eternal”). The third character ϝ looks like an “F”, but may be interpreted as a
digamma ϝ, which represents a basic phoneme /w/ and also /v/, /f/, /uu/, /ou/ or a /u/.
In analogy to the dual form við (“we two”) for the Icelandic pronoun we might modify the
spelling “wit” for the English word “wit” into “wið”, “wiÞ” or “with” (“we two”). This
implies that the word “wuð”, “wuÞ” of “wuth” (“we two”) forms the initial phrase of the old
and new runic “ϝuthark”-alphabets.
The word IAΩ (“iaw”), which has been composed from the three symbols I,A,Ω for the
planets sun, moon and Saturn also may have been used for the (usually) 3-letter-words of the
personal pronouns “I” for the first person singular.
Interpreting the core of the word “Aiϝ” (“aiw”, “eternal”) as “AIΩ” we also understand that
the ϝuthark-alphabets start with an initial letter as a digamma ϝ, which just like an “Ω”
represents its basic phoneme /w/ or /uu/. Now “ϝuthark” may be interpreted as “wuthark” or
“ωuthark”. The initial phrase of this alphabet represents “wuth” or “wuᚦ”, which also may
be interpreted as “Wodan” or (“in reversed reading mode”) “Tuw1”.
From the beginning the vowels (AIΩ, AIΩΟΥ, AIΩΟΥΗΕ) played an important role in
religion, philosophy and politics. In the course of time however a revolutionary movement
may have switched the ranking order for the symbolic priority of the planetary gods and the
corresponding vowels. This is what happened to the I (the sun) and the A (the moon), which
resulted in the generation of other words (IAΩ, IAΩΟΥ, IAΩΟΥΗΕ) such as jak (“I”) and
jarl (“earl”).
Examples for runic words with an initial letter A as a symbol for the priority of the lunar god
and a second letter I for the solar god are ai (“great-grandfather”), aiϝikr (“eternal”), aiki
(“own”) and ain (“one”, “unique”).
Examples for runic words with an initial letter I or J as a symbol for the priority of the solar
god and a second letter A for the lunar god are jak (“I”) and jarl (“earl”).

The Creation Legend


• The Creation Legends of Hesiod and Ovid (dated: 15.1.2019)
The following essay describes a set of Germanic keywords and a planetary legend which
may have been originated in Harran, was to be communicated along global trading routes
and to be shared by Germanic peoples.
The legend is cognate with Hesiod's Works and Days, in which five Ages of Man (golden,
silver, bronze, heroes and iron) have been ruled by several planetary deities Cronus, Zeus
and Ares. This legend has been confirmed by Ovid's Four Ages of Mankind, in his poem
Metamorphoses.
The Germanic form of this creation legend may have been encoded in the runic ᚠᚢᚦᚩᚱᚳ
(Ϝuthark) alphabet, which starts with a readable keyword ᚠᚢᚦ (“fut”, “vut”, “wut”, “wit”).
Around 400CE the earliest Ϝuthark's alphabet has been carved into the Kylver Stone. Both
the definition of the Germanic alphabet and the Germanic Names for the days of the week
have been dated around 400 CE. The seven-day week spread throughout the Roman Empire
in Late Antiquity. By the 4th century, it was in wide use throughout the Empire.
The Germanic creation legend varies from dialect to dialect, concentrating itself on a set of
keywords such as the divine names (Rod → Thor → Tuw → Vut) and the other basic
keywords such as fut, futte, wight, wit, wittman, witvrouw, wittekind, which are embedded
in and synchronized to a larger evolutionary background at a universally valid common base
(such as the PIE-base).
The dual forms and the antipodal bipolarity of man & woman, darkness & light, sun &
moon, day & night, salt water & sweet water in the Creation Legends may have been used to
symbolize the duality in creation. Most of the duality vanished from standard German, but
traces of the dual forms, the relations between husband and spouse and various names such
as *Dyeus, Tuisto, *tiwisko, *Tiwaz including Tiw and Tiu (probably cognate to “two” and
“wut”) are recognizable. The duality is a PIE-feature, which is inherited by the sky-god
*Dyeus.
From this description it may be understood that “The Creation Legends of Hesiod and Ovid”
may have been used to define the words “Vut” (“Voden”) and “Tuw”, as well as “Thor”,
“Rod” and the personal pronoun “wit” (“we two”) and “wit” (“to know”).

• De taal van Adam en Eva (published: ca. 2.2.2019)


The following essay describes a Germanic creation legend which probably has been
transported along global trading routes and shared by Germanic peoples.
The legend has been based on Hesiod's Works and Days, in which the five Ages of Man
(golden, silver, bronze, heroes and iron) partly have been reigned by the deities Cronus,
Zeus and Ares.
Any school of philosophers which hears a set of creation legends may use the communicated
details to create and adapt its own legend, which also may be communicated to neighbors
and distant peoples. This way a common creation legend may be adapting itself to form a
global creation legend.
The idea to start a creation by uttering one singular word must be considered as a standard
procedure in which a sequential working order is to be used for the creation phase.
The Germanic creation legend, which also influenced the dialects and languages, may also
have resulted in the runic ᚠᚢᚦᚩᚱᚳ (Ϝuthark) alphabet, which happened to be initiated by the
readable keyword ᚠᚢᚦ (“fut” or “wut”). The earliest Ϝuthark's script may have been designed
at the time the Germanic names for the days of the week have been defined.
From this keyword ᚠᚢᚦᚩᚱᚳ a number of other basic keywords such as fut, futte, wight, wit,
wittman, witvrouw, wittekind have been derived, which may be used to stabilize the law
system and social order.
The analysis of Saarland's local dialect, Limburg's dialect and other Germanic languages
shed a new light on the mechanisms, which the Germanic population may have applied to
control and adapt their language and their own creation legend.
The creation legend varies from people to people, and from dialect to dialect, concentrating
itself on a set of keywords such as the divine names (Rod → Thor → Tuw → Vut) and the
other basic keys such as fut, futte, wight, wit, wittman, witvrouw, wittekind, which are
embedded in and synchronized to a larger evolutionary background at a universally valid
common base (such as the PIE-base).
From this description it may be understood that “The Language of Adam and Eve” is a
locally and temporarily valid dialect, which continually is to be adapted to the required
boundary conditions.

Chilperic's letters
• King Chilperic's 4 Letters and the Alphabet's Adaptation (December 27, 2018)46
Chilperic I (c. 539 – 584) was the Merovingian king of Neustria (or Soissons) from 561 to
his death.
Most of what is known of Chilperic comes from The History of the Franks by Gregory of
Tours. Chilperic's education involved religious and cultural themes. One of his studies
concentrated on the reformation of the Latin alphabet, which had been in use in the
Merovingian court.
The extension of the alphabet has been specified as: uui (as a symbol Δ), ω (as a symbol Θ),
the (as a symbol Z), and æ (as a symbol Ψ).
Incidentally the additional four symbols uui (as Δ or ᚹ), ω (as Θ or ʘ), the (as Z) and æ (as
Ψ) match the initial four characters of the runic alphabet ᚠᚢᚦᚩᚱᚳ respectively ᚠᚢᚦᚬᚱᚳ
(Younger Futhark).
In this comparison I assume the initial rune ᚠ (the “F” in “Futhark”) represents a universal
symbol digamma (Ϝ, respectively in undercase: ϝ) which represents /w/ and also covers the
phonemes /v/, /f/, /u/, /y/. This is the first character of Chilperic's additional letters.
In the archaic religion the first 3 initial runes (“Futh” of “Wuth”), ᚠ (the digamma “ϝ”), “ᚢ”,
“ᚦ” represent a keyword consisting the personal pronoun (“wut” or “wit” = “we two”) and
the key for the word “wutan” (“Wodan”, “to wit”, “witness” → “insight”).
The initial keyword “Wutha” (respectively “Futha”), which may be formed by
concatenating Chilperik's additional characters (ΔΘZΨ) more or less results in the word
“Wioothæ” or “Wodan”.

46 Dutch version: De 4 letters van koning Chilperik I en de aanpassing van het Frankenalfabet
Hair Braids and Bonnets
• The Symbolism of Hair Braids and Bonnets in Magical Powers (6.1.2019, 05:43)
The Hair-song in the Hair-musical describes "Give me a head with hair," "as long as God
can grow it" which purposely or inadvertently suggests that the ancient religions respected
hair length as a respected symbol for the priests' or royals' caste.
The loss of hair braids signaled the dethronement of the royal dynasty and a leader's
authority. In early March 751 Childeric was dethroned by Pope Zachary and tonsured. His
long hair was the symbol of his dynasty and thus the royal rights or magical powers; by
cutting it, they divested him of all royal prerogatives.
The long hair of the upper caste could have been displayed openly in some sculptures and
images, but also might have been hidden in the bonnets. In sculptures most of the bonnets
cannot be explained by the archaeologists. In Wikipedia it is claimed:
On his head, he wears a hood-like headdress crowned by two protrusions, resembling the
shape of a mistletoe leaf. Such headdresses are also known from a handful of contemporary
sculptures. As mistletoe is believed to have held a magical or religious significance to the
Celts, it could indicate that the warrior depicted also played the role of a priest.
The interpretation of bonnets as a “mistletoe leaf” does not make any sense if the priests'
long hair needs to be protected in two capsule-like headdresses. Of course the people of the
archaic assembly knew the leader's hair had to be worn inside the bonnets.
I found the confirmation of the respect for hair length in the sculptures of Holzgerlingen,
Pfalzfeld and the Celtic prince of Glauberg and the photograph of Annette von Droste-
Hülshoff.
2018 Tiw & Wit (Runes)
• The Antipodes in PIE-Languages (14.12.2018, 22:06)
The foundation of PIE-languages has been based on antipodes, which have been identified
as associating respectively dissociating symbols. These are the same types of antipodes,
which are found in the Biblical Book Genesis in creating the world by creating and
separating antipodal structures like the “Earth”-”Matter” ↔ the “Sea”-”Waters”. The largest
antipodal structure is the parental antipodes “Mother” ↔ “Father”, in which the “Mother” is
modeled as a associating and the “Father” as a dissociating structure. The character of the
antipodal elements may be identified in the “Mid” ↔ “With”-antipodes, in which the
English word for the “With”-element changed its originally dissociating nature tot an
associating character. All five of the presented antipodes “Mother” ↔ “Father”, ”Matter” ↔
”Water”, “Mid” ↔ “With”, “Me” ↔ “We”, “Mast” ↔ “Fast” have been equipped with an
initial letter ”M” for the associating word and a varying letter “F”, “V”, “W” or “P” for the
dissociating element. These varying letters have been caused by the various historical
phonemic shifts. The largest of these antipodes (“Mother” ↔ “Father”) covers the complete
region of PIE-languages, whereas the other four antipodal-structures seem to be restricted to
the subset of Germanic languages.

• In English, Dutch and German the dual form is still alive 47


We may claim that the prepositions (in Dutch:) “met”, (in English:) “mid”, (in German:)
”mit” respectively (in Dutch:) “weder”, (in English:) “wiþ”, (in German:) “wider”) behave
like dual forms, which have been derived from the accusative personal pronoun “me”
(singular), respectively nominative “we” (plural) by adding a “þ” or “t”.
In modern Icelandic language the preposition við (“with”) and the ancient dual form við
(“we two”) are identical, which proved to be a general rule for several Germanic languages
(checked for Dutch, English and German).
The prepositions “met”, “mid”, ”mit” symbolize cooperative phases, whereas the
corresponding antipodes “weder”, “wiþ”, “wider” symbolize “withstanding” phases.
The Icelandic prepositions við may be translated as beside, near, next to, respectively
(between people) with, to. In Old Norse however við is interpreted as against, towards,
along with, with, among, for.
The archaic system used two dual forms for personal pronouns: one cooperative dual form
“mid” (“me two”) and one adverse dual form “wiþ” (“we two”). In order to understand the
philosophical logic behind the concept I designed a Biblical model for the involved couples.
The cooperative couple “Adam and Eve” would formulate themselves as “mid” (“me two”)
and the adverse couple “Cain and Abel” would formulate themselves as “wiþ” (“we two”).
Obviously the dual forms for these personal pronouns were also to be used as prepositions
“mid” (“cooperative”) respectively “wiþ” (“adverse”).
This essentially illustrates how the archaic system may have been designed. Unfortunately
the English language did not really stick to the original pattern and misunderstood the
principle by mixing up both definitions “mid” and “wiþ”.
Other designs of prepositions in Germanic languages may follow similar rules. Therefore
the dual forms may still be found in modern languages such as English, Dutch and
German....

47 Dutch version: In het Nederlands, Duits en Engels is de dualis nog lang niet uitgestorven
• The Descendants of the Dual Form " Wit "
Germanic languages seem to have been developed on the fundamental roots “Vit” / “Wit”
(“wisdom”, “knowledge”, “Nous”) respectively the Germanic dual forms for the personal
pronouns “Ƿit” (“we two”) and “Ȝit” (“you two”), of which “Ƿit” (“we two”) clearly
correlates to “Vit” / “Wit”.
The name “Ƿidland” (“Vidland”) exists and probably refers to Vidland (Åland Islands) and
to the region Vidland, Finland at the west-side to Turku. Another Witland is located in the
south-east Baltic region inhabited by Prussians (Aestii), called Estum in the text of Wulfstan.

In analogy to the Jauer dialect the name Vides may have been interpreted as the “Ƿid”-
sayers. In this case “Ƿid” is the dual form “we two”.
The name Jutland may refer to the land “Ȝitland”, where people name themselves the “Ȝit”-
sayers. In this case “Ȝit” is the dual form “you two”.
Some “Wit”-names such as Vidland, Witland, Vides (Lettons), Víðarr, St. Veith (St. Vitus),
Vut (“Wodan”), Widukind (Wittekind) and “Wit”-words such as widow, wide, Wiht, with,
witch, wizard, white, Vidovit seem to belong to the fundamental symbolic keywords of
Germanic languages.
From the Futhorc vocabulary I identified the following word-list (in English): wit, futter,
fodr, fud, foster, father, feed, fed-up, well-fed, fat, food, fit, fathom, fetter, fasten, foot, feast,
Voden, resp. Tiw & Thor.
Germanic languages seem to have been designed on a keyword “Ƿit” (“we two”). A similar
behavior has been observed in the archaic design of Slavic languages which have been
designed on a keyword “Rod” (“God”) and the dual pronouns (“muoi”, “tuoi” and “suoi”) in
the Inari Sami-languages.

• A Structured Etymology for Germanic, Slavic and Romance Languages


Standard PIE-etymologies suggest we should assume one singular common PIE-root for
etymological sources.
The most important Slavic deity is “Rod” which als a keyword may be identified in a great
number of words covering the categories “town” and “people”-, ”nature” and “family”,
“parents” and “birth”-concepts.
Some of the words for “birth” have been based on a combination “народ” (“Narod”,
“people”), which may be interpreted as a concatenation of на (“na”, “us two”) and “Rod”
(“God”).
In this paper the search for similar religious cores will be extended to Germanic and
Romance languages.
The initial concept covers the categories I and We, including the role of the dual forms wat,
wið, vit, , við., “νώ/νῶϊ“, “noi”, *vě / на (“na”), muoi, måj, moai, måj∼måjå, muäna,
månnoeh. Various words (such as English “to wit”, “witness” and in Dutch “wet” [law],
“weten” [to know]) seem to have been related to the Germanic pronouns' dual forms wat,
wið, vit, , við.
A second concept covers the categories “God”, which includes the correlations of the
personal pronoun such as “iéu” (“I”), the conjugation “diéu” (“I say”) and the divine name
“Diéu”.
Most of the existing key-words have been derived from predecessor gods respectively the
corresponding planets, which have been documented in Names of the days of the week, such
as: Mars for Tuesday, Mercury for Wednesday, Jupiter for Thursday, Venus for Friday,
Saturn for Saturday. In Germanic contexts the names may vary between: Tuw, Tiw, Ziu,
Ares, Woden, Wut, Vut, Þur, Rod and Rad.
• The “Rod”-Core in Slavic Etymology (published: ca. 27.11.2018)

In a website I found a claim that the Slavic deity Rod is the creator of all gods. Rod was the
patron of crops, birth, family. All of these nouns in all Slavic languages have the root of the
word ROD. “Relatives”, “family”, “birth”, “nature”, “people”, and these are all words
containing “ROD” in their root.
I checked this claim in the Northeuralex-database and found an impressive correlation for
“Rod” and the word-categories town, family, parents, people, kind, be born. There may be
other matches for categories, which are not available in the database.
This correlation may be helpful in identifying a common root for Rod, Krodo, Kronos and
Saturn as a creator god for the shared creation legends in European languages.

• Encoding and Decoding the runic alphabet 18.11.2018, 22:30


This paper describes the various methods for decoding the header of the runic alphabets. The
header probably documents at least a number of personal pronouns (“we”, “wit”, “thu”, “I”)
and four divine names (“Vut”, “Tiw”, “Ziu”, “Chrod” or “Krodo”).
These names describe the Greek names for the planets in the Greek mythology of the great
Creation Legend.
Of five Brabantian villages Son (→ the sun), Eersel (→ Ares), Woensel (→ Wodan), Duizel
(→ Zeus) and Reusel (→ Chrod / Kronos) three names (Eersel, Duizel, Reusel) refer to the
corresponding three planets Mars, Jupiter, Saturn) and the corresponding Greek gods
(respectively: Ares, Zeus and Kronos).
This naming procedure covers the following 5 days of the weeks: sunday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, in which Monday and Friday are missing.
Notably the Greek names Kronos (Saturn) → Zeus (Jupiter) → Ares (Mars) describe a
genuine legal pedigree from which Wodan (→ Mercury) and Freya (→ Venus) are
excluded.
The day of the week “Wednesday” and the town's name “Woensel” have been named by the
corresponding Germanic name Wodan. Wodan (Vid/Vut) however may be a reversed version
of the name Tiw/Tuw. This would also indirectly define Wodan as a reversed version (→
*wied ?) of *Teiwaz.
The name Krodo in the runic alphabet probably refers to the Greek Kronos. Thor (Þor) is a
reversed version (→ RoÞ indirectly inherited from Þor) of Rod (RoÞ, Kronos). This would
also indirectly define Thor (Þor) as a reversed version of a Greek concept Rod (RoÞ).

• The Art of Designing Languages 48 (timestamp: 16.11.2018, 11:13)


In all languages the simplest one-vowel words may have been designed to symbolize water,
eternity and matrimony. This may be considered as the initial phase for languages.
In Europe the purest form of language may be found in the least populated regions of the
Cévennes mountains, where the words, their declination and conjugations resisted most
efficiently against deterioration.
For Mediterranean languages the nominative singular (such as “iéu”) of the personal
pronouns of the first person usually correlates to the corresponding sky-god's name (such as
“Diéu”), which in Provencal language corresponds to the verbal expression “I say”.
The Mediterranean correlation however does not exist for Germanic languages. For
Germanic languages the nominative dual (such as “wit”) of the personal pronouns of the
first person usually correlates to the corresponding keywords (such as “to wit”, “Wotan” and
“Tiw”). Germanic philosophy has been based on the “wit”-cores, which may be correlated to
the Greek “Nous”-concept.
The Latin word videō (“I see” → “I understand”) may be considered as a shared foundation
48 Dutch version: Over het ontwerpen van talen ; German version: Über die Evolution der Sprachen
of European philosophy if it really correlates to the Germanic “wit”-concept. The “wit”-
concept did not spread 1:1 into the neighboring Uralic, Baltic or Slavic languages, for which
similar concepts may have developed such as the “Jumala”-core.
The absence of dual forms seems to be restricted to the Mediterranean regions. Genuine dual
forms have been identified in Old-Greek, Germanic, Slavic, most Baltic and Sami
languages. Traces of dual forms may be found in the noi-variants of the Mediterranean
personal pronouns and in the Savoyard dialects.
This paper concentrates on the role of the nominative singular and dual forms for the
personal pronouns of the first person, which may have played a mayor role in the evolution
of European philosophy. Both northern and southern philosophical European concepts may
have been linked by the “videō” - “wit” (“I know”) - relation.
The Dutch version of this manuscript also documents special Dutch words, such as “wet”
(“the law”), „weten“ (→ “witness”, “insight”, “to know”) and for instance “fit” (“fit”), “fut”
(“vitality”) and “vot” (“vagina”).
As a Dutch / German topic in the Germanic “wit”-project this paper analyses which
keywords may have been derived from the Futhark-alphabet. For this purpose the relevant
etymological information has been derived from the Dutch Etymologiebank.
The quintessence of this research results in the claim that the Dutch words “wet” (“law”)
and “weten” (→ “witness”, “insight”, “to know”) have been derived from the Latin verb
vidēre (‘to see’).
The common core νόος (Nous, the divine insight), λόγος (Logos, the divine thought) and
Diéu („I say“ and „God“) is the personal pronoun „I“/“we two“ in the form νῶϊ (“we two”)
and “iéu“ („I“).

Nos and Vos, Nosotros and Vosotros


• Notes to the usage of the Spanish words Nos and Vos, Nosotros and Vosotros
Studying the dual form νῶϊ [“noi”, “we two”; the epic form of νώ (nṓ, “we two”)] of the
Greek personal pronoun of the first person I compared the epic form νῶϊ with the modern
words “noi” (“we”) in various Mediterranean languages.
The dual form νῶϊ is found in the Ilias Δ 418-section of Homer's epic composition.
In a great number of Mediterranean languages we may identify the plural forms noi and voi
of personal pronouns for the 1st resp. 2nd person as variants of Latin nos (“we”) and vos
(„you all”).
Some of these languages has been influenced by the imports of Hellenic colonists in the 8th,
7th and 6th century BC and subsequently by Roman conquerors or traders.
Originally Latin merely differentiated between a singular “tu” and the plural “vos”, in which
no dual form nor a formal “polite” form existed.
Instead of the Roman sources nos we may also identify the imported Greek dual form νῶϊ
(noi, “we two”) as a source for the Mediterranean personal pronouns for the 1st person.
In the course of time the Mediterranean languages lost the dual form and used noi and voi as
common plurals, which eventually were to be extended by an extra redundant symbol „-
otros” („-others”). This is the same mechanism, which occurred in Iceland by defining the
archaic dual pronoun Við (“originally we two”) as the modern plural form.1
Portuguese (at the Atlantic coast), Romansh (Alpine Switzerland) and Walloon (Belgium)
probably never have been influenced from the language of the Hellenic colonists. These
remote regions may never have felt the impact of the dual form and did not introduce noi,
noi or nos-”others”, respectively vos-”others”.
In contrast Italian, Dalmatian, and Sicilian belonged to the languages near or in the Hellenic
colonies and have been equipped with pronouns such as noi, noialtri, respectively voi,
voialtri.
The Nous-concept
• Notes to the Dual Form and the Nous-Concept in the Inari Sami language 28.10.2018, 17:09
Homer's Iliad contains two words, νόος (nous, → English: mind) and νῶϊ (" we two "),
which seem to be correlating with two corresponding English words wit (mind) respectively
the obsolete dual form of the English personal pronoun wit (" we two "). In the Inari Sami
language the personal pronouns have been equipped with a dual form for the first person
muoi " we (two) " , which in its concept correlates to the dual form in Old-Greek νῶϊ (" we
two "). Eventually this correlation may be extended to the Inari Sami language. The filtered
entries vuoi'ŋâ (Spirit) and vuoi'ŋâšeh (Brain) (in Language Inari Sami) may be correlating
to the Inari Sami dual form's " uoi "-core (" we two ") and simultaneously to the Old-Greek
words νόος (nous, → English: mind) and νῶϊ (" we two "). Other Inari Sami words such as
the words for Liver (vuoivâs), Correct (Right) (vuoi'gâ), Ahead (vuoi'gist), Breathe
(vuoi'ŋâđ) may also be considered as correlating to the prominent cores vuoi'ŋâ (Spirit) and
vuoi'ŋâšeh (Brain). These words might form a secondary set of core-words.
This paper documents the correlations between the Greek νόος- respectively nous- and νῶϊ-
cores and the Inari Sami vuoi- respectively muoi-core. Eventually the Old-Greek νόος/nous-
concept may be considered equivalent to the Inari Sami “vuoi”-concept.

• Notes to the Philosophical Nous-Concept 49 23.10.2018, 17:04


Homer's Iliad contains two words, νόος (nous, → English: mind) and νῶϊ (“we two”), which
seem to be correlating with two corresponding English words wit (mind) respectively the
obsolete dual form of the English personal pronoun wit (“we two”). These words must be
considered as fundamentals in a philosophical system. Since Homer's composition of the
Iliad the “Nous”-Concept has been studied by almost all philosophers including Heraclitus,
Parmenides, Anaxagoras, Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Plotinus, Valentinus, Simon Magus,
Averroes, the Christian fathers … There can be no doubt the nous-concept has been a
fundamental theme for philosophy. In contrast the word νῶϊ (“we two”) has been ignored
and forgotten until Wilhelm von Humboldt wrote his work “Ueber den Dualis” of 1827. In
English the dual form of the pronoun wit (“we two”) also largely had been lost except for
some remote regions with linguistic dialects, where people carefully preserve their
traditions. The alternative word wit (mind) is written and spoken as the dual form of the
pronoun wit (“we two”), but nobody seems to discover the analogy between both English
words nor the correlation to the Greek translations νόος (nous) for wit (mind) respectively
νῶϊ (“we two”) for wit (“we two”). The English words wit (mind) and wit (“we two”) may
be identified in the first 3 letters of the runic Futhorc-alphabet. The French word nous both
translates to the plural “we” and the Greek nous as the (divine) reason in philosophy. In the
context of the four correlating words (νόος, νῶϊ and 2 x wit) the dual form seemed to have
played a mayor role in the joined European or even global philosophical system. The dual
form belonged to the archaic nous-concept. In this paper I document my observations to the
following couples of words: νόος (nous), its translation wit (mind) and the dual form νῶϊ,
including its translation wit (“we two”).

49 Dutch version: Over het filosofische Nous-concept


The Common Root for European Religions (The Vitus-cult)
• The Common Root for European Religions (published: ca. 27.10.2018)

If the dual form may be considered as a religious base for Germanic and Slavic religions I
felt motivated to study the various dual forms for the dialects of the ancient languages in
Greek, Latin, Slavic, German, Dutch and Scandinavian regions.
There are considerable deviations between the Germanic and Greek dual forms. Jacob
Grimm claims that the letter “T” in “ƿit” (“Wit” → “We two”) as the dual for for the
personal pronoun for the first person) refers to the duality of the word “we” (wir). This letter
“t” is missing in the dual form for Greek and Latin.
Still Latin and Greek reveal some correlations between the nominative dual forms of the
personal pronouns of the first person, which could be mapped to the equivalents of most
Germanic languages.
The Greek words “νόος” and “νοῦς” (Nous) represent “wit”, “witness”, “wit (v.)” and “wit
(n.)” and are related to wisdom. The Gothic word witan ("to know") correlates to Wotan
(“the knowing god”).
This is exactly the same correlation between “wit” (“we both”) and “to wit” respectively the
Greek “νοος” (“wit”, “knowledge”) and the nominative dual form of the personal pronouns
of the first person “noo(in)”, which in Greek letters represents : “νώ”, νῶϊ, νῶιν and νῶν
(“we both”) and the reversed written singular form of he personal pronoun ἰώ (iṓ),
respectively ἱών (hiṓn) of the Boeotian dialect.
The singular form ἱών (hiṓn) correlates to the reversely written dual form νῶϊ (“we both”) of
the same personal pronouns for the first person.
Also the etymology (which officially is “unknown”) for the root “Ion” in the names “Ionic”
and “Ionian” may be related to the singular form of the personal pronoun of the first person
ἰώ (iṓ), respectively ἱών (hiṓn) of the Boeotian dialect.
The common root for European religions is not the rage the German “wut” but the wisdom
“wit” of Wotan, which in English is correlating 1:1 to the nominative dual form “wit” of the
personal pronoun of the 1st person.
This thesis may be derived from the Greek words “νοος” and “νους” representing “wit”, and
the Gothic word witan ("to know"), which in Greek correlates to the nominative dual form
of the personal pronouns of the first person “noo(in)” or in Greek “νώ”, νῶϊ, νῶιν and νῶν
(“we both”).
By reversing the reading direction the name for the Germanic sky-god “Tiw” may be
derived from “wit”.

• A Scenario for the Medieval Christianization of a Pagan Culture50 14.10.2018, 21:14


The discovery of the relation between a Germanic deity “Vit” and the dual form “wit” (“we
two”) for the personal pronoun of the first person, both of which seemed to be integrated in
the first three characters of the runic Futhorc alphabet I decided to study some more
mechanisms which had been applied to conquer the Frisians, the Saxons and Slavs and
enforce the abolition of the pagan religion of the various “Vit”-cults..
In order to ban the pagan “Vit”-deities the missionaries introduced a Sicilian saint Saint
Vitus, transported his relics to the northern countries and ordered to build churches,
monasteries and chapels, which were dedicated to St. Vitus.
The St. Vitus-cult also included the naming of towns, streets, bridges and persons after
Vitus.
For the conversion of Frisians, Saxons and Slavs most of the missionary activities have been
coordinated and concentrated in the monasteries of Saint Denis, Corbie, en Corvey.
50 Dutch Version: Een scenario voor de middeleeuwse kerstening van een heidens volk
In the east (in the Slavic and German regions) the integration of the old “Vit”-deities in the
St. Vitus-cult turned out to be successful, culminating in the St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague,
where some of the main relics of Saint-Vitus remain.
In the northwest (Frisia) only a few churches have been built until the reformation disturbed
the missionary effort and stopped the St. Vitus-cult.

• The Role of the Slavic gods Rod and Vid in the Futhorc-alphabet 30.4.2019, 14:21
The Names of the days of the week have been chosen for seven visible “planets” (including
the sun and moon) Sun, Moon, Mars (Ares), Mercury (Hermes), Jupiter (Zeus), Venus
(Aphrodite) and Saturn (Cronos). Three of these gods are male deities who are know as a
carefully structured planetary pedigree: Saturn (Cronos) → Jupiter (Zeus) → Mars (Ares).
Mercury (Hermes) and Venus (Aphrodite) had been defined as inferior planets. Four of these
gods are male and only Venus is female.
Although Slavic immigrants introduced a suitable name Krodo or Rod(u) for Saturn into the
eastern German territories none of the Germanic languages provides us with a suitable
Germanic word for Saturn and Saturday.
Strange as it may seem all four male Slavic/Saxon names Krodo or Rod(u), Woden (Odin),
Thor, Tiw or Tuw of the Germanic pantheon for the planets Saturn, Jupiter, Mars and
Mercury may be identified in five or six initial letters of the keyword ᚠᚢᚦᚩᚱᚳ (Futhorc).
Of course the names for the days of the week may have been introduced and fixated before
the Slavs defined the name Krodo or Rod(u).
This strange design of the keyword ᚠᚢᚦᚩᚱᚳ (Futhorc) may represent a curious coincidence.
The first three characters ᚠᚢᚦ (Futh) already may be dedicated to form elementary words
such as Vid, Vud, Wut and Tuw. Thor and Rod may be derived from ᚦᚩᚱ (thor).
Both the Germanic contributions Wit, Wut, Tiw, Tuw, Thor and the Slavic contributions Vid,
Rodu, Krodo and Rod may be identified in the keyword ᚠᚢᚦᚩᚱᚳ (Futhorc).
This paper documents some of the correlations and boundary conditions

• The Unification of Medieval Europe 6.10.2018, 21:01


The strategy of unifying medieval Europe may have been found in the nominative dual form
“wut” of the Germanic personal pronoun of the first person, which in a reversed reading
represents the sky-god Tuw. The “wut”- including the reversed “Tuw”-core belongs to the
initial section of the Futhorc – alphabet. The religious core also included the words Krodo,
Wodan (Odin), Thor and Tuw of the Germanic symbolic pedigree inside the keyword ᚠᚢᚦᚩᚱᚳ
(Futhorc). In the European territory various alternatives may have existed such as “wit” ↔
“wut” and “Tiw” ↔ “Tuw”.
In the battle of unifying medieval Europe the baptized Christian "Father of Europe"
Charlemagne used an abrenuntiatio, in which his pagan enemies had to abolish their archaic
deities Woden (Odin), Thor and a third god, whose name in Nordic may vary between Tuw,
Tiw, Tue, Tiv, Tys, Tyr or alternatively (in German speaking territories): Zio, Eor, Saxnot
(Sahsnot) and Mars.
In the Names of the Germanic days of the week the German codifications for the dedications
to Wodan and Thor may be considered as standards, but in Germanic languages the third
name vary considerably between Zio, Eor, Saxnot (Sahsnot) and Mars and do not show any
linguistic reference to the Tiw-names. Instead they relate to war, swords and iron, in which
the naming probably may have been motivated by fear and respect for their enemies.
Probably the Saxons and Austro-Bavarians may have tried to circumvent the complete
abrenuntiatio from their real deity Tiw by abolishing Saxnot, Eor and Zio instead of Tiw.
The mayor enemies of Charlemagne carried a core “Wit” in their name such as (1) the last
Visigothic king Wittiza (693-702/703) of a united Hispania, (2) the Saxon duke Widukind
and (3) the Slav leader Witzin. Probably these leaders motivated their armies by naming
references to the religious core “wit” and the sky-god “Tiw”. In order to convert the pagan
people from the sky-god “Tiw” to Saint Vitus the successors of Charlemagne may have
ordered to build Saint-Vitus churches, which abundantly exist along the borderline of the
Frisian, Saxon, Bavarian and Slavic territories.
In Charlemagne's unification of medieval Europe the Scandinavian people were not involved
and were allowed to maintain their religious core “ᚠᚢᚦᚩᚱᚳ“ including Tuw and Tiw intact.
Apart from the disappeared dual forms this religious core may still be observed inside the
runic word “ᚠᚢᚦᚩᚱᚳ“ .

• The Divergence of Germanic Religions 4.10.2018, 21:53


At the end of Germanic religion the abrenuntiatio had been formulated as a piece of local
Germanic pagan dialect which clearly had to be spoken as the confession to abandon old-
time religion.
In the Names of the Germanic days of the week two of these names Wodan and Thor may be
considered as standards, but in Germanic languages the third name varied considerably
between Tyr, Zio, Eor, Saxnot (Sahsnot) and Mars.
Grimm claims that Eor and Saxnot refer to the sword and the Roman war-god Mars, who
also may be attributed with a sword and symbolized the strongest sword's material iron.
Wodan and Thor were the general Germanic deities, whereas Tyr and Ear were to be seen as
locally defined gods.
In contrast to Wodan and Thor only the one-handed god Tyr and Ear have been honored by
special runes: ᛏ respectively ᛠ, both of which according to Grimm in their graphics
symbolized swords.
The T-rune ᛏ (→ teiwaz, tīwaz, Tyr) represented the letter “T”. The Ear ᛠ rune of the Anglo-
Saxon futhorc is a late addition to the alphabet and symbolized ea. Jacob Grimm notes that
the ear rune is simply a Tyr rune with two barbs attached to it and suggests that Tir and Ear,
Old High German Zio and Eor, were two names of the same god.
In the Bavarian (Marcomannic) area Tuesday (dies Martis) was known as Ertag, Iertag,
Irtag, Eritag, Erchtag, Erichtag as opposed to the Swabian and Swiss (Alemannic) region
where the same day is Ziestag as in Anglo-Saxon. Grimm concludes that Ziu was known by
the alternative name Ear or Eor, derived from Greek Ares, and also as Saxnot among the
Saxons, identified as a god of the sword.
According to my studies in Analysis of the Futhorc-Header the Wodan ᚠᚢᚦ (“Vut”) and Thor
ᚦᚩᚱ have been encoded in the initial section of the ᚠᚢᚦᚩᚱᚳ (Futharc/Futhorc). In a backward
reading mode ᚠᚢᚦ also refers to ᚦᚢᚠ “Tuw” - another way of expressing the creator god (Ziu
or Tyr), honored as the planet Mars and “Tue” in Tuesday.
This concept suggests Wodan and Thor belonged to the archaic Germanic deities and Wodan
ᚠᚢᚦ (“Vut”) and Thor ᚦᚩᚱ (“Thor”) may be considered as relatively young and locally
defined deities.
Even Krodo may be identified as Krothuw (ᚳᚱᚩᚦᚢᚠ as a reversed word ᚠᚢᚦᚩᚱᚳ - Futhork)
inside the initial section of the ᚠᚢᚦᚩᚱᚳ (Futharc/Futhorc) alphabet.
The documented concept includes all four ages (golden: Krodo, silver: Wodan, bronze: Thor,
iron: Tyr) of the Germanic symbolic pedigree in the word ᚠᚢᚦᚩᚱᚳ.

• The Correlation between Dual Forms, Vut, Svantevit and the Saint Vitus Churches 51
In Europa an impressive number of Saint Vitus churches have been founded around
1000AD. The statistical distribution of these churches is varying on a large scale.
In the Benelux countries (Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg) the Saint Vitus churches have
been concentrated at the northern half of the Netherlands. South of the Rhine only two Saint
Vitus churches are found and these churches have been attributed to German speaking

51 Dutch Version: De correlatie tussen de dualis, Vut, Svantevit en de Sint-Vituskerken


territories.
Inside Germany the regional distribution of these churches also varies in considerable
ranges. In the diocese Augsburg (concentrated at the south-side of the Danube) at least 34
churches had been devoted to St. Vitus.
Some of these churches are quite impressive and archaic, such as the Sint-Vituscathedral
(Prague, 930 AD) and the Basilica of St. Vitus, Mönchengladbach, ~800-954 AD4. Other
archaic churches have been lost such as a Saint Vitus church which in the late 9th century
had been built on the artificial mound (terp) Oldehove at the Dutch city of Leeuwarden.
In Slavic regions the sky-god Svantevid (Saint “Vit”) may have been preferred for its
analogy to the Saint Vitus-cult (Svatý Vít in Czech). A great number of these Saint Vitus
churches have been concentrated in regions, in which the dual form “wit” (“we two”) for the
personal pronouns of the 1st person and the associated Slavic sky-god “Vit” had been
practiced. Slavic languages practiced a dual form similar to the prototype “vé”.
Maybe the Germanic missionaries also practiced the same trick to easily convert the Saxons
to their new religion by building churches for saint Vitus as a replacement for the Germanic
sky-god “Vid” (Woden). Saint “Vitus” symbolically matches the dual form “wit” (“we two”)
for the personal pronouns of the 1st person as well as the Germanic sky-god's names “Vid”,
“Vut” or “Vidvut” (according to Grimm related to “Woden”). In runic alphabets, which
allow reversed reading we may also consider Tuw and Tiw as reversed words for the dual
formed pronouns wut and wit.
Also the name of Widukind, (Wittekind, the “Wit-child”) the Saxon leader and
Charlemagne's opponent, had been based on the the personal pronoun “wit” of the 1st
person and the sky-god “Vid” (Woden). The Wit/Vid-roots symbolized the Saxon religion.
Eventually the Vides (Lettons) considered themselves as the people of “Vid”.

The Drusus' channel


• Die Rekonstruktion der Lage des Drususkanals (published: ca. 27.9.2018
In order to localize the position of the Drusus' channel we may use the tombstone of the
legionary soldier Marcus Mallius, who had been buried in the Carvium castle at the dyke.
According to Wikipedia however the localisation of the Drusus' channel remains
undetermined.
The Drusus' channel allowed the Roman soldiers to quickly transport people and goods to
the northern coastlines in hostile territories.
Using these boundary conditions I tried to reconstruct the position of the Drusus' channel
and started at the strange street-names Helstraat and Helhoek in the town Groessen.
In the published map the concept for Drusus' channel follows two small creeks
Zevenaarsche Wetering“ and „Zwalm“, which are marking the lowest locations for water
drainage.
In fact the Romans may have chosen for the straight line connection between the old Rhine
and the ancient town Doesburg, where the canal is connected to the old IJssel.
The Personal Pronouns
• Deciphering the Symbolism in Runic Alphabets – 10.9.201852
Abstract: Around 95% of European languages is equipped with a correlation between
personal pronouns of the first person and the name of the sky-god. The Neo-Latin languages
correlate their sky-god (Dyaus) with their singular form (“I”) respectively the Germanic
languages their sky-god “Tiw” with the dual form (“wit” → “we both”) of the personal
pronouns of the first person. The gradual death of runic symbolism had been followed by the
dual form. In the Neo-Latin languages the correlations between the divine name and the
pronouns still exist although their symbolism had been lost.
• The Sky-God, Adam and the Personal Pronouns – 5.9.2018
This paper describes the possible impact of the keyword ᚠᚢᚦ of the Futhark alphabet, in
which several important symbolic words have been stored, such as both personal pronouns
of the first person plural (“we”) respectively dual (“Wit”) as well as the pronoun of the 2nd
person “thu” and the divine names Tiw and Vit (Wotan).
The divine names and their personal pronouns may be categorized in four groups.
1. The first group of Romance languages is void of dual forms and is characterized by
inclusions of the personal pronoun of the 1st person singular inside the sky-god's name
(Diaus).
2. The second group is based on a plural pronoun “we” and a dual pronoun structured as
“wit”. This group is based on the keyword ᚠᚢᚦ in the Futhark alphabet and correlates to the
Germanic sky-gods “Tiw” and “Voden”.
3. The third group largely is based on a plural pronoun “mi”, a dual pronoun mi-dvě and the
deity Vit. The dual forms of the dvě-based pronouns are considered as a secondary (younger
or elder) phenomenon.
4. The fourth group contains elements which cannot be categorized in the above
definitions.
• The Symbolism of the Yampoos and Wampoos in Poe's “Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym
from Nantucket” – 31.8.201853
Just the other day I found a strange novel „In Patagonia“ (Bruce Chatwin, 1977), in which
chapter 61 documents three intriguing claims referring to the divine name IAΩ (IAOO resp.
IAOU):
1. The Yampoos respectively Wampoos in “The Narrative of A. Gordon Pym” (1838)
2. The Yapoos of Jeremy Button at his return to Wulaia (1836)
3. The Yahoos in Gulliver's Travels (1726)
A few years ago I had studied the name Yahoo as a derivation of IAΩ and also knew the
Hnea-Yahoos as the antithesis of the godhead (2015).
And of course I had understood the thesis Shakespeare's Iago-”I am not what I am”, as an
eventually earlier predecessor for “Yahoo” (1603)
Probably the Yampoos respectively Wampoos in “The Narrative of A. Gordon Pym” must be
considered as the symbolic message in Poe's narrative.

52 German version: Die Entzifferung der Symbolik einer Runenreihe


53 The Symbolism in Poe's Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym
The Dual forms
• Concepts for the Dual Forms – 16.8.2018
According to Languages with dual number the dual form has been found in Germanic
languages such as Old Icelandic, Old Norse, Old English, North Frisian, Gothic and Old
Dutch, which had been isolated outside the Roman empire.
The personal pronouns of the 1st person dual wit, wut or wat are found at the beginning of
the Futhark alphabet and correlate with the reversed word for the sky-god Tiw or Tuw
respectively Taw.
Ancient Greek used the personal pronouns of the 1st person dual form νώ (νῶϊ), in which the
dual form deviates from the Germanic wit (ƿit), wut or wat-phrases. A correlation to a sky-
god may be found in Αἰών (eternity, cognate with Latin aevum and English aye).
Standard Slovene has replaced the nominative dual pronouns of Common Slavic (vě "the
two of us") with new synthetic dual forms: midva/midve (literally, "we-two").
In this paper the Lithuanian pronouns aš (1) – mudu / mudvi (2) – mes (3-∞) are compared
to the Slovene personal pronouns of the 1st person dual form jaz (1) – midva / midve (2) –
mi / me (3-∞), which both are comparable to the Germanic pronouns such as in English: „I“
(1) – „wit“ (2) – „we“ (3-∞).
In these concepts for the dual forms the components mud may be related to man & mes
respectively vi to vě.
In analogy to the „t“ in the Old-English and Gothic dual pronoun „wit“ as well as in Dutch
„wut“, the „d“ in mudu / mudvi may have been considered as marker for the duality
concept.
All of these Germanic dual forms such as Old Icelandic, Old Norse, Old English, North
Frisian, Gothic and Old Dutch are related to „Teiwaz“, respectively „Tiw“. The non-
Germanic languages (Greek, Proto-Slavic, Sorbian, Slovene, Lithuanian and the
Gaelic/Celtic languages) do not relate their dual forms to the sky-god „Teiwaz“, respectively
„Tiw“.
• The etymology of the Greek dual form νώ (νῶϊ) – 7.8.2018
The main Greek dialect groups are Attic and Ionic, Aeolic, Arcadocypriot, and Doric, many
of them with several subdivisions such as Boeotian dialect.
Especially the Ionic dialect seems to have been based on a symbolic foundation, which may
be illustrated by the alphabet, which begins with a vowel A and exclusively has been
terminated by the vowel Ω.
In Boeotian dialect the singular form for the personal pronoun 1st person is: ἰώ (iṓ), ἱών
(hiṓn) – (English: “I”, emphatic: ἰώνγα (iṓnga), ἰώνει (iṓnei), ἰώγα (iṓga)), for which the
core ἰώ may correlate with Αἰών (Aeon).
Correlations between the core ego-pronoun ἰώ and the sky-god's name (usually *Dyeus, but
in Greece eventually Αἰών (Aeon)) have been common for all languages inside the region of
the former Roman Empire, for example “io” o-o “Dio” and “iéu” o-o “Diéu”.
Outside the territory of the Roman occupation we may expect a correlation between the dual
form “wit” for the personal pronoun 1st person and the sky-god's name (usually “Tiw”), but
in the case of the Greek language the dual form (νώ, respectively the epic version νῶϊ) of
Greek language seems to be quite different from the Germanic languages such as the English
dual form “Ƿit” (“wit”) (“we two”), the Icelandic dual form “við” and the old Dutch “wut”,
respectively the Frisian dual form “wat”.
The personal pronoun of the 1st person dual νῶϊ (and νώ) may be a negation of ἰώ.
In Greek no standard sky-god's (such as Δεύς, Deus, Ieus, Zeus) name correlates to the dual
form νώ, but instead the names of heroes Ion, Ios, Ionian, and a god Αἰών (Aeon, „eternity“)
correlate both to νώ, νῶϊ and their reversed versions ἰώ (iṓ), ἱών (hiṓn).
In fact both names Αἰών (Aeon) and “Ion” both correlate to the singular (ἱών) and dual
forms (νῶϊ) for the personal pronoun 1st person. It is quite unusual to have both singular and
dual forms of the “ego”-pronoun to be linked to one common name Ion which concentrates
on the center of Greek culture. The Greeks may have linked both singular and dual forms to
one individual (Ion) of their heroes. Alternatively the correlation to eternity (Αἰών → Aeon)
may be considered as a root for ἱών and νῶϊ.
This paper investigates the symbolism of the correlating Greek words ἰώ, ἱών, νώ, νῶϊ, νοῦς
(noûs), Ion, Ios, Ionians, Αἰών (Aeon).

The alphabets
• Abstract of the project „Religions of Mankind“ - 2.8.2018
„Religions of Mankind: Today & Yesterday“ (published by Ringgren / Ström) presents an
overview of globally important religions. Although this book has been written 70 years ago
the data cannot be considered as up to date, but many viewpoints and details are interesting.
My remarks to this document concentrate on the study of runes, runic symbols (especially
related to the runic words wuth / with respectively thiw, thuw) and the religious concepts
such as divine names, twin concepts and duality.
As far as my insight is correct the Futhark/Futhorc alphabet is dominated by the integrated
initial keywords ᚠᚢᚦ (“Futh”) en ᚦᚢᚠ (“Thuw”), which as a universal magic formula
represents the divine names Woden and Tuw or Tiw, the personal pronoun of the first person
dual “wut” or “wit” (“we both”) as well as “wisdom”, “to wit”, “witness”, “wih”, etc.
Maybe the dual form purposely has been stored in the keyword ᚠᚢᚦ (“wit”) to avoid the
egoism. The dual form has been abandoned on a large scale in the Roman Empire and
merely survived in the border areas. Including Christianity the Roman religions had been
based on the IU-core, which as a religious core inside the personal pronouns of the 1st
person singular (io, iou, ieu, jau,...) overruled the Germanic dual personal pronouns “wut” or
“wit” (“we both”) and popularized the egoistic behavior.
Composed in the chapter “remarkable correlations” (opvallende samenhangen) I discovered
a number of details which may support these theses
• The Role of *Teiwaz and *Dyeus in Filosofy (22.07.2018)
The dual form is an archaic – almost lost – linguistic concept to encourage the usage of the
“we two”-construct instead of the “ego”-construct. The correlation between a personal
pronoun of the 1st person in dual form *weyt and the sky-god “Dieu” is a concept to
discourage egotism.
In English I found the equivalent personal pronoun of the 1st person in dual form “wit” (“we
two”), which in vice-versa reading resembles the “Tue”- or “Tiw”-variant of the PIE-sky-
god *Teiwaz, who is honored by Tuesday (“Tiwesday”).
*Teiwaz had been conceived as the sky-god who represented the dual form as a medium to
replace egotism against cooperative behavior. However the dual form only survived in
regions, which had not been ruled too much by the Roman Empire. In the Netherlands and
northern Germany the dual survived in Frisia. *Teiwaz is the key towards the runic alphabet.
*Dyeus is the antithesis to *Teiwaz and may be seen as the deity who promoted egotism by
carrying and displaying the personal pronoun iéu of the 1st person singular in its
corresponding sky-god's name “Dieu(s)”. Numerous divine names Di*s and their
corresponding ego-pronouns have been documented in The Nuclear Pillars of Symbolism).
Therefore *Dyeus is the sky-god for the Latin alphabet and Romance languages.
• A Linguistic Control of Egotism ( 21.7.2018, 22:01)
Egotism (“an inflated sense of one's personal importance”) differs from both altruism
(“taking fewer values than are being given”) and from egoism (“the constant pursuit of one's
self-interest”).
Egotism may be considered as an individual or cultural mechanism, but the linguistic control
of egotism largely seems to be a cultural development.
In „Illustrated History of Scripture“ (1880)1 Karl Faulmann documents a global overview of
communication tools, languages, alphabets and scripture.
Of (up to 1880) registered 266 languages a few seemed to be controlled by a special
mechanism to control the development (avoid or promote) egotism by the priority of the
personal pronouns of the first person in singular, dual or plural.
In archaic Etruscan and Nordic societies the usage of a dual form (in addition to singular and
plural) seems to have been chosen as a major tool to promote altruism and avoid egotism
and egoism. The dual form however disappeared as soon as the Greaco-Roman civilization
occupied territories. The dual form however was not the only protective mechanism to avoid
egotism.
In some languages the dual form also extended its impact by forming secondary linguistic
effects such as optimizing the structures of divine names, words and alphabetic structures for
better cooperation between individuals. These divine names were to be doomed to become a
fake idol in a superstition.
Evidently the gradual trend to generally abolish the dual did lead to a global expansion of
egotism and egoism, although some of the secondary linguistic effects still exist.
The remains of these dual forms and their secondary linguistic effects are documented in this
paper.
The PIE-personal pronoun of the 1st person dual *wéyt (“we two”) may be derived from
*wéy (“we”) by appending the dual parameter “t”.
If we reverse the reading direction the keyword “tyéw” appears, which may be compared to
PIE-sky-god names such as *Tîwaz or *Teiwaz and to the French Dieu, resp. Provencal
Diéu.
A references between *wéyt and *Tîwaz or *Teiwaz requires a reversed reading
interpretation. A references between jau, jeu, jou, ia, eu, eau2 and Dyaus or Dyeus is a
forward reading interpretation.
This mechanism would define the “T” in *Tîwaz, *Teiwaz and their derivatives Tiur, Tivr,
Tiv, Tuw, Tij, Tiw, Teiws, Tiwaz as a dual marker.
• The Design of the Futhark Alphabet (timestamp 14.7.2018, 06:57)
The roots for the Futhark alphabet may be identified by a keyword phrase ᚠᚢᚦ (fut, vut, wut,
fit, vit, wit) or (in reversed reading mode) ᚦᚢᚠ – tuw, tuv, tuf, tiw, tiv, tif in alphabets or texts
such as the Tyrsenian language or one of the Etruscan deities or the Etruscan alphabets.
In this study I identified six possible references between Etruscan names and runes Tiw/Tuw
respectively Vut.
The alphabet's layout has been started by inserting the Θuf- or “Diu”-keyword of the
Piacenza Liver, which symbolizes the sky-god “tuw” and the personal pronoun “wut”. The
rest of the alphabet has been distributed in an “A”-”I”-”Ω”-structure around the central
pillar “I”. The distribution of the Futhark alphabets may have been ruled by statistical
analysis. The central “I”-pillar is the simplest rune.
• An Architecture for the Runic Alphabets - Uploaded 07/1/18
The Roman, Greek and runic alphabets (Futhark and Futhorc) have been based on a central
symbolic “I”-pillar. All alphabets also contain an initial “A”-vowel symbol and a terminal
“U”- or “Ω”-vowel symbol. In the course of time the central I-position and/or the terminal
vowels may have lost their unique positions by shifting their locations in the alphabet.
Only the runic alphabets have been equipped with a set of initial key letters ᚠ,ᚢ,ᚦ in the ᚠᚢᚦ-
keyword (“Futh”), whose segments in bidirectional reading may symbolize a number of
important elements such as prominent divine names “Wut” and “Tuw” as well as the
personal pronouns “wut” and “thu”. This initial ᚠᚢᚦ-keyword is located outside the A-I-Ω
structure of the Futhark and Futhorc.
The three initial symbols ᚠ,ᚢ,ᚦ in the Elder Futhark and Younger Futhark (~150–1100 AD)
may refer to the personal pronoun of the 1st person dual (in old-Dutch: “Wut”, → “we
two”), the personal pronoun of the 2nd person singular (“thu” → “thou”) and to 3 deities
“Vut” (Woden), “Tuw” (in English: “Tuw” or “Tue” as in Tuesday) and “Thor” (symbolized
by the rune ᚦ named “Thurs” respectively “Thorn”).
• The Celtic Hair Bonnets54 (Published Jun 24, 2018)
Analyzing the 3-faced sculpture at Michael's Church in Forchtenberg I visited the
Landesmuseum Württemberg at the Old Castle in Stuttgart (Germany), which exhibits
another sculpture with similar braids. This sculpture has been found as early as 1698 in the
city of Wildberg in the Black Forest.
The Wildberg sculpture is equipped with 6 voluminous braids which have been carved at the
back of the sculpture.
Additionally the Landesmuseum also exhibits a 2.3m tall Celtic Stele of Holzgerlingen with
bonnets, which had been found 1838 in the city of Holzgerlingen near Böblingen. In
historical literature the symbolism of the bonnets has been declared as unknown.
Arranging these sculptures in a row I imagined the 6 rolled up braids of the Wildberg
sculpture may be fitted into the two „bonnets“ of the Stele of Holzgerlingen.
Are we allowed to define the „head caps“ of the Celtic sculptures as „hair bonnets“?
The following overview analyses and compares the available information the Stele of
Holzgerlingen, the Wildberg sculpture and the 3-faced sculpture at Michael's Church in
Forchtenberg.
• The 3-faced sculpture at Michael's Church in Forchtenberg - Uploaded 07/1/18
In the German city of Forchtenberg we may identify a sculpture with 3 faces at an outer wall
Michael's church.
The sculpture seems to symbolize a trinity, which according to our guide had been taken
from the old church at the graveyard of the city. It may have been created at the Celtic era.
In the neighborhood of Forchtenberg a Celtic grave has been found.
The three faces have been deteriorated by the weather. A black colored hat seems to cover
the head. Below the cover a wedge seems to split both upper faces, which may be compared
to the wedge between the heads of the Hermes sculpture of Roquepertuse (→
File:Roquepertuse-Sculpture deux têtes).
At the sides of the black hat the person wears two long hair braids.
To illustrate and study the 3-dimensional structure of the sculpture I added some contours tot
the photograph.
• The rediscovery of a lost symbolism55 - Uploaded 06/1/18
In a number of essays bundled in the book Axel's Castle (1931) Edmund Wilson describes
the most significant imaginative literature of the Symbolist school (around 1870-1930).
Most authors of this episode named Symbolist school are considered to have produced
literary works which are extremely difficult and unsuitable to be understood by a average
readers.
All the exponents of Symholism have insisted that they were attempting to meet a need for a
new language. Most authors however restrict themselves to just naming the symbols and

54 German version: Die keltische Haarhauben


55 Dutch version: Het herontdekken van een vergeten symbolisme
“deprive the mind of the delicious joy of believing that it is creating. To name an object is to
do away with the three-quarters of the enjoyment”. The chosen symbols of the Symbolist
school are usually chosen arbitrarily by the poet to stand for special ideas of his own they
are a sort of disguise for these ideas. If actions can be compared with writings, Rimbaud's
life seems more satisfactory than the works of his Symbolist contemporaries, than those
even of most of his Symbolist successors, who stayed at home and stuck to literature.
However the authors of the Symbolist school missed the third option which is an alternative
to naming or creating new symbols: the rediscovery of an old and lost symbolism.
Elementary symbolism may be lost if a powerful replacement requires a complete
destruction of all predecessor symbols (such as the sculptures of the deceased Hatshepsut) or
an idea (such as the Maya-codices at the Conquistadors' campaign).
A lost symbolism may be found in the Futhark-alphabet.
From a comparison between the runic Futhark-alphabet and the Gothic, Greek & Roman
alphabets we may identify a common keyword ᚠᚢᚦ (“Futh”) in the runic alphabet, followed
by the standard “A-I-Ω”, respectively “A-I-U”-vowel structure.
The keyword ᚠᚢᚦ (“Futh”) describes elementary symbols, which are used to stabilize the
human societies. The divine names for the sky-gods (Tiw and Tuw), the personal pronouns
for the first person dual “wit” & “wut” (“both of us”), “Thu” and “I(ch)”, the matrimonial
core, the law, ...etc. had all been based on the keyword ᚠᚢᚦ, resp. (in reverse order) ᚦᚢᚠ.
These correlations however are restricted to Germanic languages, which had not been forced
to abandon the dual personal pronouns “wit” & “wut” (“both of us”) by Roman occupation.
In contrast the Romanesque languages are based on a correlation between the personal
pronouns for the first person singular (such as the Provencal word “iéu” (“I”) and the divine
name (“Diéu”).
The insight in these linguistic details illuminates the philosophical impact of Roman
occupation on Germanic and Romanesque languages. The relevant words belong to the
fundamentals of society.
The standard Header of the Runic Alphabets
• Analysis of the Futhorc-Header - Uploaded 05/1/18
The initial section of the various ᚠᚦᚩᚱᚳ (“Futhorc”- and “Futharc”) -alphabets consists of a
leading header ᚠᚢᚦ (“futh”), which seems to be an important philosophical keyword. This
keyword is followed by the alphabetic section A....I.....Ω.
The keyword ᚠᚢᚦ starts with a digamma, which may be interpreted as wildcard for several
characters such as F, V, U, UU, Y, J, I,....
Therefore the keyword ᚠᚢᚦ may symbolize the personal pronoun for the 1st person dual
“wut” or “wit”, the divine name “Vut” (a core for “Woden”) and in a reversed reading mode
the deity “Tuw” or “Tiw”.
The word at the third, fourth and fifth letters ᚦᚩᚱ (in forward reading → Thor, honored in
Thursday and the planet Jupiter), respectively ᚱᚩᚦ (in backward reading → Rod, honored as
the planet Saturn in Saturday) also symbolizes 2 deities.
The ᚠᚦᚩᚱᚳ (“Futhorc”- and “Futharc”)-alphabets therefore contains the shortcuts for the
names of the gods ᚠᚢᚦ (“Vut”), ᚦᚢᚠ (“Tuw”), ᚦᚩᚱ (“Thor”), ᚱᚩᚦ (“Rod”).
Jacob Grimm claims that the letter “T” in “ƿit” (“Wit” → “We two”) as the dual for for the
personal pronoun for the first person) refers to the duality of the word “we” (wir).
The first letter ƿ in “ƿit” may be the digamma, which is a universal letter to symbolize F, V,
U, W, Y, J, G, ...In “ƿit” the ƿ obviously symbolizes “W”.
Usually the Kylver inscription is interpreted as [ᚠ] ᚢ ᚦ ᚨ ᚱ ᚲ ᚷ [ᚹ] ᚺ ᚾ ᛁ ᛃ ᛈ ᛇ ᛉ ᛊ ᛏ ᛒ ᛖ ᛗ ᛚ ᛜ ᛞ ᛟ in
which the first letter “I” (a vertical stroke) is interpreted as an error, but in this case I think
the digamma simply had been translated into a vowel “I”.
This concept transforms both initial runic letters I” (a vertical stroke) and “ ᚢ” (the rune for
“u”) to the Roman initial letters I and U of IU-piter.
Therefore the leading header ᚠᚢᚦ (“futh”) in the Kylver inscription may be interpreted as
“Iuᚦ” (“Iuth”).
• The Gods in the Days of the Week and inside the Futhor-alphabet 26.4.2018, 16:44
The Names of the days of the week have been based on 4 planets which have been arranged
in a pedigree pattern based the sun and the moon, on a legal pedigree Saturn → Jupiter →
Mars and two bastard gods named Mercury and Venus.
The Germanic names (sun, moon, Tiw or Tuw, Woden, Thor, Freya, for these “planets” are
well known from the English words Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,
Friday. However the Saturday lacks a planet's name in Germanic mythology.
The name for an equivalent deity in Saturday is found in Germanic myths. The name Rod in
Slavic mythology is documented as the Saxon king Krodo or Chrodo, whose statue had been
demolished at the Harz Mountain in 780AD by Charlemagne and he may have been an
equivalent of Saturn.
• The Symbolism in Roman Numerals - Uploaded 04/2/18
Roman ideology developed a philosophy concentrated on a correlation between the ego-
pronoun and the Creator god Jupiter, who also took care of justice, and judicial law and
order, symbolized by the vowel core IU.
The bipolar vowel core also may have symbolized the dual root for the Roman numerals I
and U, which had been defined as the fundamentals for a bi-quinary coded decimal place
value system. The Romans never modernized their IV-calculus method, which was to be
modernized by the Indo-Arabic mathematicians.
At an early stage the Romans and Greeks abandoned the dual form and the duality in their
pronouns. In contrast the Germanic peoples developed a philosophy concentrated on a
correlation between the dual we-pronoun and their relevant Creator gods, which had been
encoded in the first three letters ᚠᚢᚦ (f,u,þ) of the Futhark-alphabet.
Apart from the ᚠᚢᚦ (f,u,þ)-root of the Futhark-alphabet most European alphabets had been
designed as a list with an initial vowel “A”, a central vowel “I” and a terminating vowel
“Ω”, “Y”, “U” or “O”. The Gothic alphabet had been based on a Greek alphabet in which
the letters ᚠᚢᚦ (f,u,þ) evenly had been distributed over the alphabet.
• The Keywords in the Alphabets - Notes to the Futharc's Symbolism - Uploaded 03/21/18
Most alphabets share difficulties in integrating foreign phonemes, discerning complex
variants and symbolizing important topics. To solve these problems letters may have to be
added or removed.
The earliest documentation of alphabets takes place in an era in which special letters and
keywords are used for magical formulas to prolong the validity of the uttering towards
“forever”.
Important symbolic elements often may be coded by special characters and/or ligatures such
as Þ þ, ð, ƿ respectively Æ, æ (in English & Danish).
Samples of Germanic ligatures are the words: æ (Old Norse), translated as: ever, at any time;
and (in Old English): æ, translated as: (1) law, scripture quotations - (2) ceremony, custom,
marriage.
A genuine mechanism for a group of letters as a word has been used in the Futhark, in which
a keyword has been formed by choosing the three initial letters as a keyword ᚠᚢᚦ for Wut
(the ego-pronoun in dual: “we both”) and divine names Wut (Woden) and Tuw (Tui). In
Dutch the word “fut” describes “vital energy”.
The Futhark seems to be initiated by a digamma (waw, with graphical symbol like an “F”),
which allows a transliteration to various letters.
Other Futhark-runes are combining the Alpha (A) and Omega (Ω) in one runic symbol ( ᚭ) or
in the case of the rune “ᛁ“ (the vowel “I”) the axis for the alphabet respectively the universe.

The Transition from the Futhark to the Gothic alphabets


• The Reconstruction of the Gothic Alphabet - Uploaded 03/07/18
The concept of the Futhark alphabet is recognized as a normal Greek/Roman alphabet (with
a central axis I, an initial vowel A and a trailing U (V) or Ω vowel), which is to be preceded
by an initial 3-letter keyword ᚠᚢᚦ (f,u,þ)1.
If the Futhark alphabet had been designed from a Greek (or any other) alphabet the
transformation of the Futhark to the Gothic alphabet may have followed a similar process in
which the initial 3-letter keyword ᚠᚢᚦ (f,u,þ) had to be reinserted into the original template,
for which the classical Greek alphabet seemed to be the best-fit pattern.
This essay intends to visualize the reinsertion procedure and the impact of the replacement
at the relevant alphabetical positions.
The Visigoth bishop Ulfilas invested a lot of energy to hide the symbols ᚠᚢᚦ (f,u,þ) as good
as possible. The Gothic alphabet should not reveal any traces of the 3-letter keyword ᚠᚢᚦ
(f,u,þ)

Decoding the Hellweg-names


• The Etymology of the Words Hellweg, Rue d'Enfer and Santerre - Uploaded 02/25/18 56
Loess is classified as the most fertile type of soil which allowed the archaic farmers to grow
crops with a minimal amount of fertilizers.
This important condition caused the densest population in a belt of loess, which expands
from the Belgian coastline, the southern part of the Netherlands, the wide Munsterland
valley between the German Ruhr valley up to the Teutoburger Forest all the way to the
56 German version: Die Etymologie der Wörter Hellweg, Heelweg, Rue d'Enfer, Rue de l'Enfer und Santerre
Magdeburg Börde, where the loess in large typical Ukrainian “Black earth”-areas
Chernozemor extends toward the Black sea.
This report describes the etymological relation between the words Hellweg, Heelweg and
the French words Rue d'Enfer, Rue de l'Enfer respectively Santerre.
The etymological root for the Heelweg- and Hellweg-labels is „hail“ or „healthy“). The
derivation is based on the runic word Hila, Icelandic. Heill, “sound”, → healthy, Swedish
“hel”, Danish “heel”, Gothic “hails”, ahd. “heil”, ags. “hal”, English “hail”, “whole”.
In analogy to Santerre (Latin: „healthy earth“, „Terra sana“) the names Heelweg- and
Hellweg refer to a fertile soil.
Based on the already existing names Hellweg the French people chose a French translation
related to „Enfer“, which refers to the hell (“inferno”) instead of „hail“ („healthy“).

Decoding the futhark-runes


• Recapitulatie van de projecten Ego-Pronomina, Futhark en Hellweg - 1.03.2018
In an overview the documentations for the projects Ego-Pronouns, Futhark and Hellweg
result in a redefinition of the Dutch words “Tuw”, “wut”, “Wodan”, “Fut”, “Heelweg”, the
German word “Hellweg”, and the French words “Rue d'Enfer” and “Rue de l'Enfer”.
• Over het ontstaan en de ondergang van het Futhark-alfabet - 1.03.2018
Het ontstaan en de ondergang van de runenalfabetten kan slechts met concessies aan de
nauwkeurigheid worden gereconstrueerd. De in dit essay ontworpen reconstructie baseert op
een tweedelig alfabet, waarin een sleutelwoord ᚠᚢᚦ (“fuᚦ”) geïntegreerd is, dat in de
Germaanse filosofie een belangrijke rol speelt. Dit sleutelwoord ᚠᚢᚦ (“fuᚦ”), dat
onveranderd in alle mij bekende Futhark-alfabetten op de eerste drie letterposities van het
alfabet teruggevonden wordt, is een leesbaar woord, dat verwijst naar de goden “Vut”
(Wodan) en “Tuw”, naar het persoonlijke voornaamwoord der 1e persoon dualis “wut” en
bijvoorbeeld ook het Nederlandse woordje “fut”, dat de levensenergie beschrijft. In het
Futhark alfabet wordt dit sleutelwoord direct voor het eigenlijke alfabet geplaatst, alhoewel
de letters zonder nadere toelichting ook tot het alfabet gerekend moeten worden. Deze
geheimzinnige werkwijze wordt nog versterkt door de moeite, die de ontwerper van het
Gotische alfabet moet investeren, om de letters voor het sleutelwoord zo goed mogelijk
onsamenhangend tussen de overige letters te plaatsen. Het doel van het Gotische alfabet is
elke vorm van relatie en betekenis van het sleutelwoord ᚠᚢᚦ (“fuᚦ”) te laten verdwijnen....

The Kylver stone


• The Decoding of the Kylver Stone' Runes - Uploaded by jwr47 on Feb 25, 2018
The enigmatic Futhark runes seem to have started from a genuine alphabet, which had been
designed to start with a header “IUÞ” (at the Kylver stone) respectively “ᚠUÞ” (at the other
versions of the Elder Futhark), to be followed by an alphabet-body “A R K G [W] H N I J P
Ï Z S T B E M L Ŋ D O”. The runic alphabet-body has been designed according to the
optimized rules for the optimal Greek and Roman alphabets, which open with a vowel “A”,
end with a vowel “O” respectively “U” and are mirrored in two halves (or wings) around a
central vowel “I”.
The central vowel “I” (or “Y”?) may be considered as a the axis of the world. For
similarities with other alphabets the alphabetic AIΩ-structure of the Futhark-body may be
related to the IAΩ-tradition of the archaic Mediterranean IU-piter and IHVH-cults. The
“IUÞ”-header of the Kylver stone probably directly correlates to the archaic IU-piter cult.
The “ᚠUÞ”-header of later runic alphabets correlates to the words such as WuoÞen (Voden)
and wit, respectively Þuw (Tuw, Tiw), futter, fodr, fud, foster, father, feed, fed-up, well-fed,
fat, food, fit, fathom, fetter, fasten, foot, and feast. Did the Goths really design this “IUÞ”-
header as their own Yod to describe a Deity (“Goth”) who created the world from one core-
word “IUÞ”, which had to be separated in a secret and sacred header of their alphabet?
• The Digamma-Joker of the Futhark - Uploaded by jwr47 on Feb 23, 2018
An overview of the runic inscriptions by Dieterich (1844) reveals three different classes of
words such as FUT*, KUT* and JUT*, which may be identified as word definitions for the
subjects (including the slaves), the elites (the Gothic “kings”), respectively non-categorized
words. I the Younger Futhark the characters letters ᛁ, ᚴ, ᚠ are designed to each consist of a
stave without twigs (ᛁ), with one (ᚴ), respectively two twigs (ᚠ). These three characters
represent the three consonants “J”, respectively “K” and “F” (or “V”, “U” or “W”). The
initial section “ᚠ-ᚢ-ᚦ” (Futh) of the word “Futhark” however merely contains a specification
of the FUT*-pattern. The other patterns KUT* and JUT* may be generated by replacing the
initial character “F” by “K” or “J”. The analysis reveals how important the Futhark's Futh-
core may have been in understanding the runic symbolism. The Futhark's Futh-core ᚠᚢᚦ is
not a simple list of three individual characters, but also a keyword which is needed to
understand the symbolic cores of the runes. Probably the word ᚠᚢᚦ also symbolizes “Wut” as
a personal pronoun for the 1st person dual and simultaneously the sky-god Wut(an).
• The Kernel of the Futhorc Languages - Uploaded by jwr47 on Feb 17, 2018
Germanic languages may have been founded on a nuclear wordlist, based on the Dutch core
words “fut” (English: “energy”) and “pit” (“the kernel”, “the seed”) and consisting of a
handful of elementary word definitions, which meet the core pattern F*T (derived from the
ᚠᚢᚦ-rune word). The keyword ᚠᚢᚦ “fut” is the initial phrase of the German runic word
“futhorc”. The most important proof for the impact of the ᚠᚢᚦ-core is the FuþiR-rune, in
which the fuþ-core refers to the elementary “food” “fat”, “fostering”, “father” and the
private parts (“vot”, resp. “fut”) and the copulation. In the core pattern F*T the initial
consonant “F” (just like any digamma) may be replaced by a V, W of P, whereas the central
vowel “u” may be replaced by any other vowel “a”, “e”, “i”, “o” respectively “oe”. As for
today the elementary wordlist which is derived from the “futhorc”-array consists of the
following English words (incomplete): wit, futter, fodr, fud, foster, father, feed, fed-up, well-
fed, fat, food, fit, fathom, fetter, fasten, foot, feast, Voden, resp. Tiw & Thor.
• Notes to the book TIW - Uploaded by jwr47 on Feb 12, 2018
Abstract According to Udo Waldemar Dieterich the runes FuþiR and Faþir cover (1) birth
and raise, (2) fatness, (3) father, (4) food, (5) fostering, (6) madness, (7) female and (8) male
private parts, (9) sex, copulation. Additionally I include the word (10) fetter. These runes
FuþiR and Faþir probably refer to the first 3 symbols Fuþ of the Fuþark-array. The list of
Tiw-dictionary includes most of the FuþiR/ Faþir-symbols in some of the Germanic
languages, but only English language allows us to identify all 9 Fuþ-categories as integrated
inside FuþiR/ Faþir which are correlated to the “fuþ”-core in “fuþark”: (1) to feed up, (2) fat,
(3) father, (4) fodder, (5) foster, (6) wod, (7) fud, (8) butt, (9) futter, (10) fetter.
Most of these words had been listed in the vocabulary of William Barnes, who wrote a book
named TIW, which he had identified as the name of the god from which the Teutonic race
seem to have taken their name. 50% of the10 categories have been found in his list, but
probably for prudency (?) the private parts fud & butt (female resp. and male) and futter
(copulation) as well as “fat” and “feed up” are missing. The important entries “wit” and
“witness” (Dutch “weten”, German “wissen”, probably related to “wod”) are missing in
Barnes' view of the English as a Teutonic tongue.
• Von den Völkern, die nach dem Futhark benannt worden sind – 9.02.2018
In a research of the Futhark-runes arrays 57 I noticed all variants scattered over Europe were
different except for the first three characters ᚠ , ᚢ , ᚦ („Fuᚦ“ or „Vuᚦ“) which always seemed
to be identical. Not even the fourth character („A“ or „O“) could be relied on, as even this
letter might be missing.
The study of the Futhark also unveiled a correlation between the personal pronouns of the
first person dual („Wut“ or „Wit“) and the sky-god („Tuw“ or „Tiw“), which had been
documented in the database for „forgotten words58.
I decided to skip investigations of the legendary leader Widowuto, but I decided to include
Grimm's references to „Vuodan“ (Woden) as „Vut“ in the Swiss canton Grissons.
Additionally Widukind or Wittekind and Svantovit are candidates for correlations with the
personal pronouns of the first person dual („Wut“ or „Wit“) and the sky-god („Tuw“ or
„Tiw“).
And of course this is not the first time a people may be named after an ego-pronoun
(singular) such as the Jauer people in a valley near the Swiss city of Chur, who are still
named „Jauer“ after their ego-pronoun „jau“ („I“)59.
The personal pronouns nominative 1e Person Dual („we two“) such as Wut, Wit, Vut, Vit do
not simply refer to the sky-god Woden and (in a reversed reading direction) Tuw, Tiw, but
also the initial three characters ᚠ , ᚢ , ᚦ („Fut“ or „Vut“) of the Futhark's runic array.
The initial phrase ᚠᚢᚦ also represents the core for the peoples' names Gotes, Jutes and Vides,
which have been derived from the core word ᚠᚢᚦ as it had been transliterated by the
corresponding dialect into „Got“, „Jut“, respectively „Vid“.
This thesis is to be proven by the quotations, which have been sorted and documented in the
following appendices.
• Designing an Alphabet for the Runes - upload: 2/05/2018
The design of the runic arrays (sometimes also named “alphabets”) follows patterns, which
suggest that the designers decided to build the structure around a central global axis,
represented by a vowel “I”, which was to be considered as the most sacred pillar of the
world.
In the runic arrays the design started with the sacred names of the principal deities. The first
concept of the runic array started with a sky-god named Vut, to be followed by the larger
batch of normal characters, centered around the I-axis according to their statistical
frequencies and terminated by some additional extensions and terminating symbols.
This runic design concept may explain some religious details of the runes and archaic
Germanic philosophy.

The Alphabets
• The hidden Symbolism of European Alphabets - 1/31/2018
From the very beginning I knew the most important letter had been the Yod, which also had
been given the central position of an axis inside the alphabet.
The alphabet had been designed as a well-thought concept by starting at a central foundation
focus, which has been expanded to the end with dedicated terminal vowels to the left and
right.
I understood this concept of alphabetic expansions also might have used the vowels as
synthesizing blocks for the linguistic fundamentals, especially for the prominent classes
gods, personal pronouns of the 1st person and words for eternity, law, scripture, matrimony,

57 Designing an Alphabet for the Runes


58 Vergeten woorden | Taaldacht
59 The inhabitants of this Alpine valley are named «ils jauers» (English: «the Jau-Sayers»).
etc. .
Some variants of the runic alphabets contain integrated phrases for the three Germanic sky-
gods (“Wuth-an”, “Thuw”, “Thor” - “þor”) and/or personal pronouns of the 1st person
singular (“Æ”, “IA”), respectively dual (“ƿiþ” or “ƿuþ”).
• Etymology, Religions and Myths - 1/17/2018
In the course of time religions and myths may be replaced by other myths such as laws,
money and historical records.
We also may alter language, replace obsolete structures such as gender and the grammatical
dual number by new and easier structures to accommodate the myths to larger communities.
Language however also contains a common core, including religion, in which the myths
partially may be kept alive.
This paper describes the common core, which may be considered as the minimal foundation
to keep the mythical machine alive.

Etymology, Linguistics Study


• Notes to Guy Deutscher's "Through the Language Glass"- upload 1/7/2018
Genders indeed are a language's gift60, which helps us to interpret archaic religious symbols.
Genders also reveal the balance between the male and female components, which in archaic
societies were considered as antipodes.
In Germanic and Roman societies the sun may be considered as the most powerful “planet”,
which as a god ruled the world. In contrast to the Romans, who preferred the daylight the
Germanic and Celtic peoples always chose the nights (die Nacht) as their favourite time for
decisions.
Traces of the ancient female dominance may be found in the gender of the German words
for the sun (die Sonne) and the Night (die Nacht), whereas the Rome's symbols (the sun as
the male “Sol invictus”) represented the “male” power and male “Daylight” (der Tag) in
controlling society.
If the role of the colours and the genders in philosophy and language is understood (and
practised ?) the genders may stabilize societies – especially in reorganizing the equality and
balance in respect between the genders.
Without any knowledge of the symbolic foundation (of genders and colours) society will
drift into a turbulent “survival of the fittest”.
Without any knowledge of the basics of genders and colours the grammatical genders may
be abolished as a superfluous ballast, which may be thrown away.
• Another Sight on the Unfolding of Language – 1/9/2018
Linguistic degradation and sophistication is considered as an unplanned series of events,
which occur to isolated words.
In the case of the personal pronouns of the 1st person dual and singular however there seems
to be a planned concept in which the personal pronouns of the 1st person are matched to
correlate to the Creator's and/or sky-god's Name.
The adaptation occurred in several stages and different roots (inside/outside of the Roman
Empire), which results in several generations of personal pronouns of the 1st person.

60As stated at page 215 in Through the Language Glass by Guy Deutscher (2010)
2017 The dual form
• Notes to the Finnish linguistic symbolism of the sky-god's name and the days of the week –
12/9/2017
In Europe and a few external linguistic regions a correlation exists between the sky-gods'
names and the personal pronouns of the first person singular respectively dual, which
gravely influenced our philosophies and religions.
These correlations may vary in their coding systems which seem to have experienced
different evolutionary accelerations and velocities.
In the PIE-languages some of the earliest coding systems correlated the sky-gods' names and
the personal pronouns of the first person dual, which resulted in sky-gods' names such as
Tiw and corresponding personal pronouns of the first person dual Wit.
Another linguistic region of the Roman Empire correlated the sky-gods' names and the
personal pronouns of the first person singular, which resulted in sky-gods' names such as
Diéu and corresponding personal pronouns of the first person dual iéu.
A third linguistic category of the Uralic languages seems to have developed a coding system
which concatenates ancient philosophical cores such as “IU” or “EL” and the personal
pronouns of the first person “ma” to the sky-gods' names *Juma respectively *ilma.
These correlations between the sky-gods' names *Juma respectively *ilma and the
corresponding personal pronouns of the first person “ma” exist for the languages Finnish
(Jumala and Ilma), Karelian (Jumala), Estonian (Jumal), Erzya (*Juma), Moksha (*Juma), and
Komi-Zyrian (Ilma).
• A modified Swadesh List – 12/9/2017
The grammatical dual (abbreviated DU) seems to have played a prominent role in the
development of Indo-European languages which as a thesis may be proven by the dual
character of the sky-god's name *Dyeus.
However the standard Swadesh list (which starts with the words I, You, We, this, that,...)
does not include the most prominent dual pronouns and at least from a historical standpoint
the standard list seems to be incomplete.
In order to demonstrate the impact of the DU the Swadesh list should be extended by
inserting the three etymologically leading elements (specified in English): (1) the sky-god
*Dyeus, (2) Ƿit (“us two”) and (3) Ȝit (“you two”).
According to Jacob Grimm the duality Ƿit (“us two”, spoken “Wit”) and (3) Ȝit (“you two”,
spoken “Git”) is characterized by the trailing letter “t”.
On a local scale the corresponding sky-gods' names have been specified as Tuw, Tiw,
respectively Wuotan, Wōden, Vut, Wêda, etc...
In Latin and Greek the religious symbols of duality and the DU have been eliminated at an
early stage, but survived in the languages of the surrounding territories. Especially the old
writings in the border regions of the Roman Empire reveal characteristic symbols for duality
and the DU.
Outside the borderlines of the Roman Empire the barbarian (modified) Swadesh List is ruled
by the dual (1) sky-god *Dyeus, (2) Ƿit (“us two”) and (3) Ȝit (“you two”). Inside the Roman
Empire the reconstructed DU in the Latin Swadesh list may demonstrate the common
symbolism of the IU-vowel combinations in Ju-piter, ius, iustitia, just, iugum, etcetera.
In both the “official” and the “modified, barbarian” Swadesh list the priority of the personal
pronouns of the 1st person singular respectively dual form had a considerable impact on
language and philosophy.
Most of the impact of the DU has been suppressed by the illiteracy of the barbarian people
and the absence of written documentation. This paper describes the concept of
reconstructing the original historical etymology.
The impact of the dual form
• Capita Selecta for the Dual-Number Form - 12/6/2017
The dual (grammatical number), in this paper abbreviated as DU, may be considered as the
most significant manifestation for dual religions in Indo-European languages. In some
languages such as Germanic languages the DU has been lost in various fields1 and now
concentrates on personal pronouns, which may suggest the disappearing monument stick to
what Morris Swadesh (1909 – 1967) considers the 3 most important words: (1) I
(Pers.Pron.1.Sg.) (2) You (2.sg! 1952 thou & ye) and (3) we (1955: inclusive) Swadesh list.
In a certain sense these personal pronouns and the name of the Creator God seem to be
correlating in a great number of Indo-European languages, which has been documented in A
Paradise Made of Words.
This overview however reveals a remarkable difference between the languages which had
been included in the Roman Empire, in which the divine Name had been correlated to the
ego-pronoun I (Pers.Pron.1.Sg.). Outside the borders of the Roman Empire the divine Name
correlated with Wit (the Pers.Pron.1.Dual).
In a number of cases such as IU-piter and Tuisto the vowel structures of the Indo-European
divine Names and the ego-pronouns have been interpreted as dual structures.
• A Paradise Made of Words - 11/30/2017
The consonants and the vowels in the sky-god's name “Dyaus” may be interpreted by
analysis of the names' variants, which need to be categorized as “barely influenced by
Roman civilization” and “intensely influenced by Roman civilization”.
In the regions “intensely influenced by Roman civilization” the personal pronouns of the 1st
person singular are simply composed by the vowel-word “eternity”, which eventually may
be extended by leading or trailing consonants.
In the regions “barely influenced by Roman civilization” the personal pronouns of the 1st
person dualis such as Ƿit (Wit) / Ȝit (Git) may be found by mirroring the name of the sky-
god Tīw, respectively Tīg.
The leading consonants “D” in “Dyaus”, “T” in “Tyr” and “Z” in “Zeus” or “Ziu” may be
considered as symbols for the dual character of the sky-god. The trailing consonant “S” may
be interpreted as an extension for “S” = “the son” for the younger divine generation. Both
consonants may be skipped, e.g. in IU-piter.
The Vowels Y, A,U or simplified I, A, U symbolize eternity, which in most PIE-languages
has been composed by a long series of long vowels.
In the transitory dialects (such as Savoyard, Sardinian and Walloon) the ego-pronoun
(singular) often reveals similarity to the sky-god's name.

The mirror between Tuw and the dual “we”-pronouns


• The Sky-God Names and the Correlating Personal Pronouns - 11/12/17
The consonants and the vowels in the sky-god's name “Dyaus” may be interpreted by
analysis of the names' variants, which need to be categorized as “barely influenced by
Roman civilization” and “intensely influenced by Roman civilization”.
In the regions “intensely influenced by Roman civilization” the personal pronouns of the 1st
person singular are simply composed by the vowel-word “eternity”, which eventually may
be extended by leading or trailing consonants.
In the regions “barely influenced by Roman civilization” the personal pronouns of the 1st
person dualis such as Ƿit (Wit) / Ȝit (Git) may be found by mirroring the name of the sky-
god Tīw, respectively Tīg.
The leading consonants “D” in “Dyaus”, “T” in “Tyr” and “Z” in “Zeus” or “Ziu” may be
considered as symbols for the dual character of the sky-god. The trailing consonant “S” may
be interpreted as an extension for “S” = “the son” for the younger divine generation. Both
consonants may be skipped, e.g. in IU-piter.
The Vowels Y, A,U or simplified I, A, U symbolize eternity, which in most PIE-languages
has been composed by a long series of long vowels.
In the transitory dialects (such as Savoyard, Sardinian and Walloon) the ego-pronoun
(singular) often reveals similarity to the sky-god's name.
• Architectural Symbolism - 07/17/17
Alberdingk Thijm had been convinced that a lost symbolism had caused the differences
between twin towers in various French Gothic cathedrals. According to Thijm the “lost”
symbolism had been based on “David's Tower” (Turris Davidica) in the Song of Solomon
4:4 and the “Ivory Tower” (Turris eburnea) in Song of Songs 7:4.
The architect Pierre Cuypers had been inspired by the symbolism in the Chartres Cathedral,
which has been equipped with a “graceful” 105m high southwest-tower and an “armed”
113m high northwest-tower, which results in a height ratio of 1,076.
Thijm convinced Cuypers to study this symbolism for Eindhoven's St. Catharine's Church
(building phase 1859-1867), in which the design resulted in an asymmetric western tower
design with an extension height level of 43m for the David Tower and 38,8m for the St.
Mary Tower, resulting in a height ratio of 1,0824. The towers' structure is asymmetrical but
both towers reach equal heights (73m).
Both the height ratios of the Chartres Cathedral (1,076) and Eindhoven's St. Catharine's
Church (1,0824) are comparable to the average height ratio's for human male and female
adults, but there is no evidence any of the churches' designs had been chosen for the human
body's height ratio as a symbolism.
The architectural symbolism is one of the typical symbolic elements in architecture and may
be compared to the knot-pillars, the color codes in temples' colors, paintings, flags and
clothing, symbolism in linguistics.
Today however the historians suggest the differences between the churches' twin towers
mostly have been caused by financial shortages and Thijm's interpretation of architecture
had been erroneous.
• The Nuclear Pillars of Symbolism - 10/28/17
Unimpressive words are carrying the load of symbolism languages. Originally the Tuitsch
people felt committed to the sky-god Tuitsch, but lost the divine power at the arrival of
Roman armies and Christianity. The Germans however saved their pagan gods by
integrating the pedigree of their ancestors in the Biblical extensions. Legends helped the
people to conserve their historical records.
Divine names such as Tuitsch were not the only pillar in European languages. On an
European scale other symbolic cores had been composed from vowel-combinations which
symbolized eternity and could be considered as nuclear element in linguistic symbolism.
I noticed the words for eternity had been chosen close to the vowel-combinations for the
river names Aa - Ae – Die - Ee – IJ. Some of the East-Frisian names even shared the word
Ehe for the river-names and for “matrimony”.
Originally Dutch words such as “eigen” had been spelled as “eygen”. “Iemand” had been
spelled as “yemand” and “ieder” as “yder”. The original spelling intended to isolate both
vowels from each other and seemed to have forced the speakers to spell each vowel as a
long isolated individual sound.
I also noticed a strange phenomenon which concentrated the short nuclear words such as æ
near the coastlines of the ocean and the seas, whereas the long nuclear vowel-combinations
such as iéu are found near the high Alpine mountains.
In order to generate a divine name for a Latin-based language we would normally have to
insert a genuine personal pronoun of the first person singular between a leading character D,
Z, Th or Þ and eventually the trailing character S. In Provencal language for instance the
divine name Diéu will be generated by D and the pronoun iéu.
For a non Latin-based Germanic language the name of the sky-god (such as Tuw) is found
by reversing the personal pronoun (such as Wut) of the 1st or 2nd person in dual form.
Savoy, Sardinian and Walloon dialects often reveal an intense similarity between ego-
pronouns and the corresponding divine names. In these regions the divine name seemed to
be correlated intensely to the ego-pronoun. Obviously these transition regions filled the
border areas between two mayor linguistic territories such as French-Dutch (→ Walloon),
French-German (Savoy) and French-Italian (Sardinia).
A rule for South-European dialects (French, Provencal, Italian, Iberian, Swiss) to generate
the divine names (Dieu, Dio, Dios) by concatenating “D” and the corresponding ego-
pronoun may have been introduced at the time these languages lost their dual forms.

The role of the dual form


• The Role of the Dual Form in Symbolism and Linguistics - 10/17/17
The concept of eternity had been based on vowels, which originally had to be long and
individually uttered vowels.
The Greek word for eternal was a pure vowel sequence: αει or even αιει which had been
abbreviated to the Old-English word æ. Æ symbolized law, scripture and ceremony, custom,
marriage and all of these important mechanisms depended on stability and eternal
characteristics.
The vowel word “æ” symbolized eternity and for some Danish and Norwegian dialects also
a personal pronoun of the 1st person singular.
Most of the divine names (Dyaus, Dyeus, Diéu, Dïou, Dio, Deus, Diu, Theos, Tuisto, Tiu,
Ziu, Zeus) started with a “D”, “Th”, “Z” or “T”, which represented the duality, which as a
trailer is found in the Dutch dual-pronouns of the 1st or 2nd Person Wit or Wut (“us two”)
and Jit or Jut (“you two”).
At least two generic formulas are ruling the generations of divine names:
-- Divine name = “D” + ego-pronoun ( + “s”4)
-- Divine name = Reverse the dual-pronoun of the 1st or 2nd Person
The second formula refers to the divine names Tiw or Tuw corresponding to the old-Dutch
pronouns Wit or Wut (“us two”) respectively to the divine names Tij or Tui corresponding to
the old Dutch pronouns Jit or Jut (“you two”).
In old-English the corresponding dual-pronouns of the 1st or 2nd Person are ǷIT (“us two”)
and ȜIT (“you two”), which also refer to a trailer consonant “T”.
In analogy to the Claudian letter “Ⱶ” and the intermediate Greek vowel “Y” (ranging
between the I and U) the name Tyr probably may also be interpreted as Tiur or Tuir. In a
similar way Wycliffe's ego-pronoun Y also may be interpreted as a “UI” or “IU”-
combination.
• The Central Symbolic Core of Provencal Language - 10/07/17
In Provencal language four elementary verbs (to say (dire), to be (être/estre), to laugh (rire)
and to see (voir/veire) conjugate according to the pattern *iéu in which the wildcard * is to
be replaced by a letter d, s, r, or v.
In Provencal the expression “I say” is translated as “diéu”, which is equivalent to “Diéu“
(God).
The Dutch, German and French root expressions IE, JE respectively JA represent eternity
which is correlated to the elementary Provencal core element “iéu” in Diéu (God), in the
ego-pronoun iéu (“I”), in diéu (“I say”), siéu (“I am”), riéu (“I laugh”) and in viéu (“I see”).
In the Mediterranean, Romansh, Provencal, Italian, Spanish, Catalan and French dialects the
symbolism of the ego-pronouns iau, iéu, jau, jeu, jou, eau, iau, ia, io, iu, eu, je, jo, ju,… is
based on the same Dutch, German and French roots expressions IE, JE respectively JA
representing “always” / “eternity”.
Especially in the neighborhood of episcopal centers such as Chur (Switzerland) the divine
name may have been reset to a required standard word.

The masking language Old-Greek


• The Masking Language Old-Greek - Published in Scribd, 09/21/17
As a summary this paper concentrates on the vowel triad I,A,U and the extended versions
I,A,E,O, U respectively A,E,H,I,O,U,Ω, which originally up to the Greek Axial Age (the
pivotal age around 500 BCE) as I,A,U may have been a common core for divine names,
ego-pronouns, various important words (for eternity, law, contracts, vows and matrimony)
and conjugations. From Greece some of these vowel cores jau, iéu and iòu may have
emigrated by sailing to Massalia and surviving linguistic deterioration in the Alpine regions
of the Chur region in Switzerland and the French Provence.

The origin of long vowels (in Dutch)


• Over Het Ontstaan en Het Verval Van de Ego-pronomina (Published in Scribd, ca.
19.5.2017)
Om dit proces te illustreren ga ik uit van een perfecte impulsvorm, die de primaire vocalen
als blokvormige signalen afbeeldt. De lange klinkers worden als
-- î = iii, met de hoge klank en spleetvormig samengeknepen lippen (rode symboolkleur)
-- â = aaa, met de volle klank van een geheel geopende mond (gele symboolkleur)
-- û = uuu, met de lage klank en rond getuit samengeknepen lippen (blauwe symboolkleur)
afgebeeld

The iéu-conjugations in Provencal language


• The Etymology of the Earliest Vocabulary (Published in Scribd, ca. 19.4.2017)
Provencal contains some strong correlations between the ego-pronoun (iéu), the divine name
(Diéu), the iéu-conjugations diéu (I say), siéu (I am), viéu (I see) of verbs and some
fundamental words such as fiéu (son), viéu (alive), siéucle (century)1. I noticed the
remarkable identity for the words for God (Diéu) and “I say” (diéu).
In Provencal there is a strong correlation between the vowel roots for “Diéu” and “siéu” (I
am). As in Hebrew these Provencal words seemed to have been chosen to match to each
other.

The iéu-suffices in 90 Provencal verbs


• The Symbolism of Long Vowels (Scribd) (Published in Scribd, ca. 19.3.2017)
This time I concentrated on the conjugation of the verbs for which I had discovered a fine
database1 full of circa 90 verbs. It turned out to an archaeological treasury of iéu-suffices in
the conditional and imperfect conjugations. Some of the iéu-suffices even spread into the
present conjugations.
The lists clearly revealed the immense power of the ego-pronoun, which may eventually
dominate all other words including the divine names.
Morris Swadesh intuitively seemed to have been right in placing the ego-pronoun on the
first position of the most important words in all languages, although he may have suppressed
the sky-god's Name Dyaus, who also provides us with a genuine iéu-core.

The Hebrew triconsonantal root of Adam's language (in Dutch)


• De Geheime Klinkers in de Oertaal Van Adam (Published in Scribd, ca. 19.2.2017)
De oertaal van Adam baseerde op een degelijk fundament van drie consonanten, die als
pijlers de taal moesten dragen. Alle nieuwe woorden werden daaruit afgeleid. Het proces is
in de Sefer Jetzira beschreven. Het Tetragrammaton (Yod He Waw He) baseert kennelijk op
de radicaal Hebrew triconsonantal root ‫( היה‬h-y-h), maar past vele eeuwen later uit het
lijstje de eerste drie leesmoeders (hee waw jod) toe. Daarmee kunnen een groot aantal
permutaties van diverse klinkers (i ā ē ō) worden gevormd.
De ware naam van de Schepper bestond dus uit klinkers maar was aanvankelijk
onuitspreekbaar, omdat deze door medeklinkers waren vervangen. Waarom de Schepper de
eerste mens met een dergelijke geheimschrift heeft uitgerust werd geheimgehouden.
2016 Keywords (Dutch: Sleutelwoorden)

The impact of too high and too low concentration of keywords


• Over de Juiste Dosering Van Sleutelwoorden (Published in Scribd, ca. 19.10.2016)
Te hoge doses en te lage doses van sleutelwoorden kunnen tot complicaties leiden. In Schlaf,
meine Liebe beschrijft de IJslandse auteur Andri Snaer Magnason de inflatoire verliezen van
het Engelse woord “liefde” (“love”), dat ook voor kip met appelmoes en gebakken
aardappelen wordt gebruikt.

The origin of language (De oorsprong van de taal)


• Over het ontstaan van de taal (Published in Scribd, 07 / 24 / 2016)
In zijn autobiografie “Dichtung und Wahrheit” beschrijft Johann Wolfgang von Goethe in
het tiende boek hoe hij door Johann Gottfried Herder op de vraag naar de “Oorsprong der
talen” (1770) werd gewezen.
Al op de eerste pagina van “Ursprung der Sprache” gaat Herder ervan uit, dat de taal een
uitermate ongeschikte codering voor de spraak is. Uit de geschreven taal kan men
onmogelijk een spreektaal reconstrueren. Ook Goethe beschouwt de geschreven taal als
inferieur aan de gesproken taal.

Shakespeare's definition of Iago and Jonathan Swift's Yahoo


• From „I Am That I Am“ and “I Am Not What I Am” to „Yahoo“ ( in Scribd, 05 / 15 / 2016 )
Shakespeare explicitly defined Iago as an antithesis of God by explaining Iago's character as
“I am not what I am”.
Jonathan Swift describes the Yahoos as “Hnea Yahoo” (not-Yahoos, an antithesis of God).
According to Irving N. Rothman1, Swift described the Yahoos as Hnea Yahoo, and
Rothman claims the word Hnea, if read right-to-left as Hebrew is read, is the word ayn, or
not. “Those beasts are the opposite of God and the antithesis of God,” he said.
These vowel-rich names have been based on IAΩ. Jehowah is the all vowel (7-vowel)
construct for the divine Name. AEIOU is emperor Frederick III's device consisting of the 5
Roman vowels.
IAΩ is the original vowel triad which had been selected as a foundation for the divine Name
and generally all important words in any Indo-European language, including the ego-
pronouns and the words for law, marriage, eternity, etc..
2015 Synthesis Phase – Counterfeiting (2)

Synthesis of Counterfeiting methods (in Religion and Economy)


• A Portrait of the Student as a Schoolboy - Published in Scribd, 11/12/15
As a child we may be accustomed to believe stories, which are told by trustworthy people.
We consider these as the truth, although the trusted relation often results in a trap, because
the truth for its timidity seems to veil itself by hiding behind a scenery or a Potemkin
village.
• Five-Teen - Published in Scribd, 11/04/15
In retrospect it became clear how I learned to optimize thinking. It took me 50 years to find
out how the word “fifteen” or to be precise “five-teen” influenced my life.
• Technology of the Blushing Subjunctive Mood - Published in Scribd, 10/28/15
This shameful “blushing subjunctive” compensates for the dishonored job of idealistic
journalism, in which editors and writes are forced the publish lies and manipulated reports
or wisdom, unscientific definitions and bad statistics. And any time you read and identify a
shameful “blushing subjunctive” you know there are censors waiting to put such journalist
in jail or to send them away into oblivion and a jobless existence...
• The Glass Bead Game as a Scenario for the Crash of the Fiat.. 61- (In Scribd, 09/24/15)
Studying these biographical characters I understood the three protagonists represented
human failures in efforts. Especially I understood the trio represented central bankers and
politicians, who started as rainmakers to summon the monetary rain falling, but failed and
used to be forced to offer themselves as a sacrifice for the good of the tribe. In the French
revolution these bankers had been guillotined.
Hermann Hesse could have stopped here, but he added two extra biographical elements. The
second character is the confessor, who represents the reciprocal confessions of the central
bankers and politicians, who allow themselves to be cleaned up after monetary crashes and
catastrophes. The crashes cannot be avoided or repaired, but by confessions the rainmakers
may be spared, kept alive and be sent into cultivated pensions (rated at $250k for a first
post-Fed speech).
• The Keyword „Surprise“ in in Th. Wilder's “the Bridge of Saint Louis. - Scribd, 07/12/2015
This version fortunately had been followed by an analysis by Helmut Viebruck, who claims
that Thornton Wilder uses explicit verbal expressions to control our interpretation of the
novel's text. He also gives some samples of the keyword's usage.
The explicit keyword Helmut Viebruck specifies is “surprise”, which in English language
may be used in various ways for passive and active actions. In other languages the word
“surprise” may translate to different wordings, in which Thornton Wilder's concept may be
lost. And unfortunately German also uses different translations for “surprise”, which invited
me to read the book in its original version English.

61 German version: Das „Glasperlenspiel“ als eine Metapher für das monetäre Fiat
Additional Color Symbolism
• The Colors at the Main Gate of the Mainz Cathedral - In Scribd, uploaded: 06/15/2015
At the northern side of the Mainz Cathedral the main entrance provides access to the main
market of the city. The bronze doors have been cast around 1000 AD and the surrounding
pillar section has been dated 1200AD.
Next to the bronze doors we may identify two pillars with Corinthian capitals. The pillars
have been replaced in earlier eras. One of the pillars has been painted black, the other one
red. Originally both pillars had been made from black slate.
The red and black color contrasts of the painted pillars suggested to investigate the traces of
red color at the former pillars at the Würzburg cathedral, which I had discovered a few
months ago. Mainz and Würzburg are being connected by the river Main and of course the
color symbolism of the pillars might have been synchronized around 1200AD.
• The Symbolism of Yellow in Painting the Apostles - In Scribd, uploaded: 06/12/2015
In El Greco's Pentecost St. Peter and St. Paul seem to have been grouped as the male
antagonists around St. Mary and are communicating by gestures.
• Vincent Van Gogh's Complementary Color Symbolism - In Scribd, uploaded: 04/27/2015
In a letter to his sister Wil, van Gogh compared the fundamental harmony of chromatic pairs
that together "shine brilliantly" to a human couple declaring, the colors "complete each other
like a man and woman.".
Vincent's samples of pairs illustrate his expressive idea of chromatic pairs. The finest
samples of red & blue color symbolism may be found in Courting couples in the Voyer
d'Argenson Park in Asnières (1887, Paris), Two Lovers (Walking Couple) – (1888, Arles)
and Couple Walking among Olive Trees (Saint-Remy, May 1890).
• The Pancreator's Colors - In Scribd, uploaded: 04/08/2015
Purple and scarlet represent male nouns, whereas blue violet represents a female noun.
These gender references suggests to link shani and argaman to male and tekeleth to female
elements. The fourth color “white” does not really show up in all translations. In the Luther
bible I found a reference to “white” for Exodus 25:4 and highlighted the word (weiß for
white) yellow.
• Notes to the Paintings "Sorrow" and "Madonna" - In Scribd, uploaded: 02/27/2015
Once again I decided to start a series of paintings, two of which started as female faces.
These experiments are aiming at learning to express compassion.
First of all I had to create a drawing which – titled sorrow – seemed to concentrate on the
blurred eyes. I used my fingers to spread the gray tones.
In order to conserve the image I conserved this pencil image with some hairspray. The
background is formed by a thin layer of dark umbra oil color.

Overview (and Access tool)


• Overview of JWR's Document List - In Scribd, uploaded: 01/18/15
providing reading access to all documents
Miranda & Goethe
• Miranda's Conversation With Goethe in Weimar - In Scribd, uploaded: 01/16/15
In a letter dated 1792 Francisco de Miranda describes count Simon Romanovich Woronzoff
his motivations for using the colors yellow, blue and red in the flag design for the Flag of
Colombia. The conversation has been dated in the wintertime 1785 in Weimar, Germany.
• Formula to Generate the Divine Names From Ego-Pronouns - In Scribd, uploaded: 01/05/15
Some of the ego-pronouns are following the rules for generating divine names by the
formula: <The Divine Name> = (“D” &) <the relevant ego-pronoun> & “s”
This rule had been identified from numerous Mediterranean languages and dialects.

The study of German and Walloon Dialects


• Notes to the German Dialect-Words for the Ego-Pronoun "I" - In Scribd : 3.1.2015
The German dialects often reveal an impressive variance in the dialect-words for the Ego-
Pronoun („I“). The following variants have been found at Wiktionary's entry “Ich”- dialect
variants. The words for Tuesday often carry the local divine names, mostly Tiw (or maybe
Tuisto respectively Tuisto), Tir or Ziu (Zeus), sometimes also Ares respectively Mars. Of
course these days and/or gods may also refer to the planets (Jupiter, respectively Mars).
• Notes to the Walloon Dictionary - In Scribd, uploaded: 2.1.2015
Walloon is a most interesting source of vowel correlations, because with the help of Walloon
we may understand why the “Dj”- or “Di”-initiations may be understood as vowel
structures, representing “j” or “i” respectively the “G”-initial as an equivalent of “j”. In this
language the “Dj” or “Di” is a vowel, which is related to the “i”.
2014 Synthesis Phase – Linguistics (1)

The study of Sumerian Cuneiform, Gothic, Manx, Danish, Oscan


• Notes to the Basque Dictionary - In Scribd, uploaded: 12/28/2014
A language isolate, Basque is believed to be one of the few surviving Pre-Indo-European
languages in Europe, and the only one in Western Europe. Therefore the investigation of the
history and structure of the Basque lexicon is intriguing. I concentrated my study on the
symbolism in the divine names, the words for Lord, Father & Mother, eternity, water, the
ego-pronoun, the days of the week, etc.
• Notes to the Vowels A, I, U - In Scribd, uploaded: 12/28/2014
From Sumerian hieroglyphs we may identify the correlation between the words for
“mother”, “house”, “I” and the divine symbol for Sumerian “An” or Akkadian “Ilu”. The
divine symbol Dingir both symbolized the words Ia'u or Ya'u respectively the ego-pronouns
Ia-a-ti or Ya-ti.
• A New Language is Being Born (In Scribd, uploaded: 23.12.2014)
The first written language may have been designed in Sumer, which had been located in
southern Mesopotamia. This manuscript suggests a logical linguistic design-phase in which
core-words may have been chosen in a chronological sequence. The origin of the “ego”-
words may have been founded in Sumer, where more than 5000 years ago the writers
transformed the archaic hieroglyphics into cuneiform scripture .
• Overview of the Sumerian Word-trees for “Grandfather" (In Scribd, uploaded: 11.12.2014)
Inspecting the ePSD (→ Sumerian Sign-name Index) I discovered there were three different
trees for the word “grandfather”,
• The Sumerian “Water”-Codes - (In Scribd, uploaded: 12/10/2014
Inspired by John A. Halloran's Proto-Sumerian Language Invention Process I analyzed the
Sumerian “Water”-Codes for Offspring, which all seemed to have been based on the basic
one vowel-word “a” (water).
The first design had been the simplest and easiest trace a → aya → ayaya developing from:
“a” (“seed-water”) via “aya” (“father”) to “ayaya” (“grandfather”).
• Notes on a Gothic Glossary (In Scribd, uploaded: 3.1.2015)
Studying Gothic language is quite educative as it reveals much illustrative etymological
effects.
First of all the English expression Gothic is erroneous and should be altered to Gotic, as the
form Gut in Gut-þiuda shows, that the th of the English Goth and of the German Gothe
stands incorrectly for t.
Special characters usually may have played an important symbolic role in any language.
This role may be derived from the words, which had been designed as their mayor
representatives. One of these archaic ideas has been Aƕa (water stream), in which the
character ƕ may have been defined to achieve perfect symmetry between the left and the
right side of the word.
• Notes on a Gaelic – Manx Dictionary - (In Scribd, uploaded: 12/5/2014
Analysis of the Gaelic Dictionary and other papers reveals interesting details for symbolism
in this Gaelic Manx language.
In Manx the divine name is “Jee”, in the vocative written as “Yee”.
In Manx the ego-pronoun is “mee”, which also is translated as “month”, which may refer to
an ancient lunar religion based on a moon-god. The emphasized ego-pronoun “mish” may be
correlating to German “ich”. The word Lhiam is understood as “my, with me”.
• The Strange Link Between Sumerian A & E-Words and Scandinavian Æ-Words 12/1/2014
The simplest words are the 1-vowel words, which exist in archaic Sumerian and ancient
Scandinavian dictionaries.
In The Proto-Sumerian Language Invention Process John A. Halloran claims that earliest
words had been designed as vowel-only words (e.g., a, → 'water')
• Notes to Oscan and Other Italic Languages - (In Scribd, uploaded: 12/1/2014
This essay is part of the analysis of correlations between etymological and religious
symbolism of the ego-pronouns, the divine names and the words for eternity.
In Oscan the special characters Í and Ú for the long vowels of [i:] and [u:] have been added
to the alphabet.
The Oscan ego-pronoun “íív” preserves the typical “IU”-core of Jupiter and YHWH, which
may carry the symbolism for the archaic philosophy. Also the personal pronouns tiium
(“you”), iusc (“they”) and iúkleí (“day”) are using IU-cores.
In Sicilian the ego-pronoun is IU, which matches to the Oscan ego-pronoun “íív”.
• The Role of Ego-pronouns in the Creation Legend - (In Scribd, uploaded: 11/28/2014
The points of resemblance between Zoroastrianism and Judaism, and hence also between the
former and Christianity, are many and striking. Both religions obviously share the creation
in six days and the deluge history.
Some other studies revealed these events may have influenced etymology. Especially the
ego-pronouns (the personal pronoun of the first person singular) had been linked to the
creation legend by using ego-pronouns such as “adam”, “man”, “mæn” and even “Dji” or
“ieu” as a scattered parts of the Provencal deity “Dieu”.
• Etymology for the Name Dyaus (Concept) - (In Scribd, uploaded: 11/25/2014
In the course of studying the ego-pronouns I discovered the cuneiform old-Persian ego-
pronoun “adam”, which directly correlated Persian ‫“ من‬mæn”, the Turkish ego-pronoun
variants “мен”, to the creation legend in which the first “man” Adam had been created. Due
to its vocal similarity the Sanskrit ego-pronoun aham1 may be correlating to “adam” and to
the creation legend as well.
I interpreted European ego-pronouns such as the singular letter Neapolitan, Norsk and
English vowels “i”, Wycliffe's “Y”, the Scottish, Venetian “a”, the Icelandic “e”, the
Albanian “u” and the Danish “æ” as deteriorated versions of the long variants like the
Provencal ieu, the Jauers' jau, the Macedonian jac (jas), the Italic iou and the German ih,
which in shortened versions are known as French “je”, Slavic “ja” and Italian “io” or
Spanish “yo”.
These ego-pronouns all seemed to correlate to the creation legend in which a first human
being Adam or Man, had been created as an image “yau” (the basic ego-pronoun) of the
divine creator, the sky-god “Dyaus”.
• Notes to the Cuneiform Old-Persian Scripture - (In Scribd, uploaded: 11/25/2014
In the course of studying the ego-pronouns I discovered the cuneiform old-Persian ego-
pronoun “adam”, which directly correlated Persian ‫“ من‬mæn”, the Turkish ego-pronoun
variants “мен”, to the creation legend in which the first “man” Adam had been created. Due
to its vocal similarity the Sanskrit ego-pronoun aham may be correlating to “adam” and to
the creation legend as well.
In this paper I analyzed the cuneiform words of old-Persian scripture, which has been
documented in Old Iranian Online: Old Persian: Master Glossary.
The most interesting words of the Old Iranian cuneiform "syllabary” are the old-Persian ego-
pronoun “Adam” (“I”), its accusative “mām” (“me”), the you-pronoun “tuva” (“you”), the
equivalent word for “Eve”: “Jīva” (“Life”), and Baga (“God”).
• History of the Ego-pronouns' Etymology (In Scribd, uploaded: 14.11.2017, 07:13)
My etymological studies concentrate on the evolution of ego-pronouns, which ultimately
seem to have been arising from divine names.
The etymological mechanism had been analyzed in a great number of individual
manuscripts, each concentrating on a dedicated topic.
The idea, that some vowel-structures may have symbolized a set of antipodes also suggested
to consider some color pairs as sets of colors. Colors therefore have been included in this
study.
Recently I decided to list these topics for better overview and searching the web-links. In
this overview the documentation has been rearranged to form a structured documents' tree,
which allows me to find patterns and links.
• Proceedings in the Pronouns' Etymology (Summary) (This Paper)
My etymological studies concentrate on the evolution of ego-pronouns, which ultimately
seem to have been arising from divine names.
The mechanism had been analyzed in a great number of individual manuscripts, each
concentrating on a dedicated topic. Recently I decided to listed these topics for better
overview and searching the web-links.
I concentrated the search-keys and reduced the documents according to relevance.
Downloads and external access frequencies as well as comments and like-signatures
virtually have been annihilated since September 2014. The Scribd-documentserver is being
reduced to a private data storage.

Etymology
• An I, Which had been Copied from the Word (In Scribd, uploaded: 11/19/2014)
An inspection of ego-pronouns reveals that the oldest layer of ego-pronouns had been based
on the first human being „Adam“ (мен → „men“, respectively „mæn“ → „Mannus“, or old-
Persian „adam“). The names „Adam“ and “Men” in the ego-pronouns and „Mannu“ in the
Sardinian divine names „Babbu Mannu“ & “Mere Mannu” are signaling a correlation
between the ego-pronouns and the creation legend(s).
Ego-pronouns such as Sardinian DÉU are corresponding to the divine name DÈU. The
majority of all modern ego-pronouns consists of vowel combinations or scattered parts of
the names of a sky-god Dyaus or its derivatives such as Deus and Zeus.
From the ego-pronouns at border areas the typical „D“- respectively „Z“-derivatives such as
Walloon „dji“, the Savoyan „de“, „d'“, „zheu“, The Sardinian Ego-variants „dego“, „ego“,
„zeu“ and „dèu“ indicate the preservation of less deteriorated versions of the ego-pronouns.
The ego-pronouns belong to the most frequently used words and tend to deteriorate towards
single vowel versions in busy and densely populated trading areas (such as England,
Norway, Venice, Naples). Therefore the ego-pronoun deteriorated to “i” in Naples, West
Norway, Scotland and England, to “a” in Scotland and Venice, to “e” in Iceland, to “u” in
Albania, to “æ” in Jutland and west-Norway.
• Etymology of the Genesis Legend (In Scribd, uploaded: 11.11.2014, 21:17)
Creation legends describe the separation process of heaven and earth, day and night, man
and woman. In this creation process language supports the creation process by introducing
antipodes.
Does language repeat the creation process and symbolize the separations with linguistic
tools?
The creation process has been based on the dot-letter Yud (in Greek: the iota), from which
all other alphabetic letters and the composed words had been synthesized.
Even the teachers, such as Joseph Heinrich begin their reading lessons with the smallest
letter, the vowel “i” and teach reading and writing at the lower case cursive letters62: i, n, m,
u, e, ei, eu.
• Genesis Starting as the Vowel Word AEIOU - (In Scribd, Uploaded 10/28/2014)
The painting "Genesis Starting as the Vowel Word AEIOU" symbolizes a synthesis between
the world's creation as a design of a letter Jot, a set AEIOU of vowels, an alphabet and a
written script.
Especially the (included) old German Kurrent script reveals a set of handwriting letters,
which may have grown from multiple and variable extending one letter (Jot).
The basic principle probably may have been derived from Hebrew scripture and the
designers of the old German Kurrent script must have been scholars in ancient literature and
writing.
The color symbolism for the painting has been copied from my own, old school's notebook
and symbolizes alternating symbolic colors in medieval, “illuminated” scripture.
And having found the ancient Kurrent script lessons in old Austrian schoolbook I decided to
synthesize (1) the generation of scripture from Jot and (2) the color symbolism of the
creation legend in an oil-painting.

Overview of the Synthesis Phase


• A recursive concept for the Biblical Genesis - (In Scribd, Uploaded 10/20/2014)
In the Scandinavian alphabets the Æ-vowel seems to have enherited the Hebrew Yod's
symbolisms, which concentrate on including a subset of vowels to represent the male and
female components of the creation process. The subset is male A and female E in the Æ-
structure and a male I, a crown O and female U in the Yod-structure. The IOU-root is also
shared by the Roman deity Jupiter.
The Æ-vowel as well as various Yod-structures have been used as ego-pronouns such as I in
English, Æ (and also Eg, e, æg, æi, æig, jeg, ej, i) in Scandinavian dialects and IOU
(Aromanian, from Vulgar Latin *eo, from Latin ego) in Swiss dialects such as Romansh.
The word nought describes the “nothing” from which the creation started as a derivation
from Old English nōwiht, a negation (ne + ōwiht) of aught, which refers to Old English āht,
from ā (“always", "ever”) + wiht (“thing", "creature”).
Wycliffe's Nyyt (cognates: Greek nuks "a night," Latin nox) obviously is a negation of Liyt
(cognates: Greek leukos "light," Latin lūx). The “yy” or “iy”-vowel combinations in Nyyt
and Liyt may have been understood as IU-combinations.
The sun and the moon have been used to represent the male and the female elements in
matrimony. Matrimony involves the symbolic mating of the vowels shuruk (female, the
moon, left column, U) and chirik (male, the sun, right column, I), which has been explained
in the Zohar.

62 Josef Heinrich's Schreib-Lese-Fibel (1874)


Sometimes the Hebrew letter Hei directly seemed to have been copied from Hebrew to the
German language, especially in “Heirat” (German: “marriage”) and Ehe” (German:
“matrimony”). The correlation between the vowel Hei and “ewig” (German for “eternal”)
and “eeuwig” (Dutch for “eternal”) seems to be obvious.
• Zeus' Derivation from Ieus - (In Scribd, Uploaded 10/18/2014 )
Zeus' Derivation from Ieus - equaling the etymological expressions for Zeus (→ Ieus), Iove
(→ Iupiter) and Yahweh. This probably indeed proves Divos' claim, that the basic
cabbalistic symbol has been a Yod, which had been shared by Hebrew, Greek and Roman
mythology.
• Notes to the Letters' Symbolism in the Zohar - (In Scribd, Uploaded 10/15/2014 )
The Hebrew of the late centuries BC and early centuries AD had a system with five
phonemic long vowels [aː eː iː oː uː] and five short vowels [a e i o u]. Of these vowels a
subset I, O, U and Hei intensely has been used for symbolism, which is explained in the
Zohar.
Most of the symbolism refers to the creation phase, in which words are being generated by
combining letters. The three basic vowels I, O, U also refer to three pillars, which represent
gender, planets, colors, etc.
There is a striking correlation to the IOU-root for the central Roman god Jupiter. The words
ius, justice, judge, iugum, yoke, etc., which may relate to Jupiter, belong to derived subsets
of the IU-words.
References for the vowel Hei to West-European languages exist in the categories: ǣw
(“custom, tradition, law”), which has been derived from Proto-Germanic *aiwō, *aiwaz
(“law”), from Proto-Indo-European *oiw- (“custom, tradition, law”). Cognate with Old
Saxon êo, Ol Frisian ewa, êwe, ê, â, Old German êwa, êha, êa, ê (German Ehe →
Matrimony). Even “heaven” may be correlating to the vowel “Hei”.
• Halving & Joining the Creature's Words in Symposium - (In Scribd, Uploaded 10/12/2014 )
Concatenating the ego (*eg)-pronoun (singular) and the *yu-pronoun (plural) often
generates a highly correlating divine name such as:
• Ja & vy (Russian) = Javy, correlating to Jeve or Jahweh
• Je & vous (French) = Jevous, correlating to Jeve
• Ih & Iuwih (Old high German) = Ihiuwih (→ “Jehovah”, “Jahweh”) or (T)iwes or
IU-piter
• Yo & vos (otros) (Spanish) = Yovos, correlating to Jueves (Jovis díes, o 'día de
Júpiter'. )
• Io & Voi (Italian) = Iovoi correlating to Giove (dì ) (Jovis díes)
• Dji & Vos (Walloon) = Djivos, correlating to Dju (di) (→ Dieu di)
• Eu & Vos (Portuguese) = Euvos, correlating to Joves (Jovis díes)
The concatenation method had been derived from Plato's legend for splitting up the first
human creatures into halves, which might have been modeled in splitting up divine names
such as YHWH or its vowel representative Ieve63.
In his work Kabbala the author Papus gives a sample of a split-up “Ieve”-composition in “I”
(I → explained as άέί - “eternity”) and the trailing “eve” (representing the “not-I”).
The split-up (IU → I and U) had been explained as a split-up of the “I” (the Ego) and the
“not-I” (all others → the plural form for “you”).

63 See the Patristic writings in which is listed: "JEVE", Ἰαῶ (Iao); Ἰαοὺ (Iaou), Ἰευώ (Ieuo), Ἀϊά (Aia), Ἰαβέ or Ἰαβαί
(pronounced /ja'vε/ ), Ehyeh, Jehjeh, (with references to the Catholic Encyclopedia (1910) and B.D. Eerdmans)
(source: Tetragrammaton)
• I sing, therefore I am - (In Scribd, Uploaded 10/06/2014 )
Based on comparative analysis in A Dictionary of Proto-Vowel Words the Creator Name and
the Ego-Pronoun are identical, similar of at least highly correlated. Now we might
investigate the philosophy behind the vowels' structure. The vowels themselves seem to be
sequenced according to their characteristics, which usually are related to the tongue's
position in singing or speaking
This process may be compared to Decartes' Cogito ergo sum - "I think, therefore I am".
In Singing the Divine Name the vowels of the words should be uttered in the correct
sequence. Animals may be inhibited in producing the correct sequence.
Only those who were able to produce the sound sequence [i][o][u] IOU (or DIOU-piter)
belonged to the human creatures. Controlling the tongue in the correct sequence and fashion
secured the identification of a human being.
“I am a singing thing to prove that I am a human being”.
• Red & Blue in Salvador Dali's Illustrations for Dante's "The Divine Comedy"
Red & Blue intensely have been applied by Salvador Dali in his 100 Illustrations to „The
Divine Comedy“. In 1957, the Italian government commissioned Salvador Dalí to paint a
series of 100 watercolor illustrations of Dante’s Divine Comedy, the greatest literary work
written in the Italian language. The illustrations were to be finished by 1965, the 700th
anniversary of the poet’s birth.
The color symbolism clearly follows the rules red for male, blue for female persons as given
in The Hermetic Codex II and A Lifetime's Coloring Book (1954-2014), e.g. blue for
Beatrice and orange for Dante.
A complete set of illustrations can be previewed at Salvador Dali Divine Comedy – 1963,
from which I selected those which obviously had been painted in red & blue. Most of Dali's
watercolor illustrations use orange or red for male and blue for female persons. I highlighted
some of the most remarkable color combinations
• A Dictionary of Proto-Vowel Words - (In Scribd, Uploaded 09/30/14 )
Having discovered the vowel roots in European philosophy and mythology I decided to
design a Dictionary of Proto-Vowel Words, which might have followed the general design
rules for the most important formulas by applying pure vowel structures only.
The most relevant vowels are the low vowel [a], the front vowels [i] [y] [e], a semivowel [w]
and the back vowels [o] [u]. Corresponding vowel characters are A, I, Y, E, W, O and U.
Several vowel combinations and permutations have been analyzed:
-- AEIOU as a 5-vowel word for “lifetime” or “eternity”.
-- ÆIWO as a 5-vowel word for (eternal) “custom, tradition, law”
-- IAΩ as an alternative spelling for YHWH.
-- IU is an alternative 2-vowel root for IEUE (Jeve1), IOUE (Jove), -- IOU-piter's core
(Jupiter). The root IU also refers to just, justice, judge, Jew, etc.
-- IAU as a prototype for the personal pronoun of the first person singular (I), which might
have been designed for similarity between the Creator God and the creature.
-- (H)AWA (a prototype for Eve, the Biblical first woman, “a living being”)
The permutations for three vowels I, A and U are AIU, AUI, IAU, IUA, UAI, UIA. Only
AIU and IAU, AWA have been identified as elementary vowel-based roots.
• Eternity - a Pre-Thales-Root for Western Philosophy - (In Scribd, Uploaded 09/30/14 )
Historians usually start their history of western philosophy with Thales64. According to
Bertrand Russell, "Western philosophy begins with Thales".
The analysis of linguistic statistics for patterns such as a high concentration of vowels
however reveals substantially relevant philosophical pre-Thalic philosophical ideas.
High concentrations of vowels indicate sacred words such as “eternity”, “very old”,
“custom”, “marriage”, etc.
The most relevant vowels are the low vowel [a], the front vowels [i] [y] [e], a semivowel [w]
and the back vowels [o] [u]. Corresponding vowel characters are A, I, Y, E, W, O and U.
Symbolically relevant vowels usually are long vowels.
Words for long time (“aion”), eternity, high age, custom, law, marriage, etc. usually start
with a low vowel [a] – or an “A”, to be followed by a front vowel such as [i] - “I” and
eventually to be closed by a back vowel such as [o] – or Ω.
This vowel sequence contrasts to the ego-pronouns such as jau, which usually start with a
front vowel such as [i] - “I”, eventually to be followed by a low vowel [a] – or an “A” and
eventually to be closed by a back vowel such as [u] – or U.
Ancient divine names usually are similar to ego-pronouns whereas modern divine names are
being generated by a formula: <divine name> = “D” & <ego-pronoun>.
A relevant anomaly for the etymological transitions of ego-pronouns ieu, iau, iou and ih (and
their corresponding divine names) is found near the Rhine's bifurcation at Chur,
Switzerland.
Both Jupiter and YHWH are to be interpreted as vowel sequences.
The vowel set in the Greek alphabet had been designed seemed to start with a low vowel [a]
– or an “Alfa”, to be centered by a or the front vowel Yod [i] - “I” and eventually to be
closed by a back vowel such as a long [u] [o] – respectively Y or Ω. The front vowel Yod
[i] - “I” is antipodal to the long [u] [o] – respectively Y or Ω.
The Greek alphabet (now with seven vowels: A-E-H-I-O-Y-Ω) lost its symmetrical vowel
structure at the introduction of the long vowels H and Ω (6th century BC). The Latin
alphabet lost its symmetrical vowel structure (now with six vowels A-E-I-O-U-Y) at the
introduction of the specific Greek letters Y and Z (146 BC).
Latin started with 5 vowels A, E, I, O, U. The primary diacritic was the apex used to mark
long vowels, which had previously been written double. However, in place of taking an
apex, the letter i was written as a long I-vowel.
Initially the ideal alphabets seem to have been designed for symmetrical arrangements of 5
vowels in a pattern A, E, I, O, U around the central vowel “I”. An ancient version of the
arrangement uses 3 vowels in a pattern A, I, U respectively A, I, Ω around the central vowel
“I”. The pattern A, E, I, O, U is equivalent to Frederick III's device A-E-I-O-U.
The 5-letter design has been optimized very carefully. The extension to a 7-vowel pattern
however lacks symmetry and seems to have been managed by ill-prepared or unknowing
architects.
Most detailed documentation has been listed in the overview Proceedings in the Ego-
Pronouns' Etymology (Overview).
The vowel symbolism in the pre-Thalic sources significantly influences etymology for the
ego-pronouns and the divine names.

64 c. 624 – c. 546 BC
Overview of Symbolism in my Paintings
• A Lifetime's Coloring Book (1954-2014) - (In Scribd, Uploaded 09/16/14 )
The following documentation has been composed from a (high-quality) 100-page photo-
book of my paintings between 1981 and 2014.
The androgynous paintings have been copied several times to optimize the graphical
representations of platonic ideas. Most of the inspiration for androgynous portraits have
been given by Colan and Picasso.

Implementing the Ego-concept


• A Letter-Based HuMan – (In Scribd, uploaded 6.9.2014 )
At last the study of Hermann Burger's essay „The Word-Based Man“65 helped me to
decipher the last encoded consonant. Even the Germanic Ego-pronoun and the Latin word
„human“ had been derived from the Creator's name „Yahoo“ („Iahu“). The consonant in εγώ
(egó) and German „ich“ had been derived from the letter „H“ in the consonant-based version
of the name YHW, respectively its vowel-based version „Yahoo“ („Iahu“).
Basically the word „I“ and the various translation equivalents ic, ich, ia, iu, jau, jeu, jou,
εγώ (egó) and also „human“ had been derived from Jonathan Swift's Creator-name Iahoo
(YHW) in which the “Y” or „I“ had been interpreted as „God's Image“. Several root words
had been derived from the concept of naming Man according to „God's Image“.

Analyzing Emerson's work "Nature" & the Yahoos in Gulliver's Travels


• Black Traces in White Noise (analyzing Emerson's work "Nature") – Upl. 29.8.2014
Ralph Waldo Emerson's work Nature reveals some prophetic visions on linguistic roots and
especially antipodal symbolism. Emerson describes how antipodes need to be joined to
procreate life. His interpretation of right (straight) as correct or good and wrong (twisted) as
incorrect or bad however seems to be as uncertain as the interpretations of light as
knowledge and darkness as ignorance.
My analysis in this paper illustrates how twisted (wrong) may be interpreted as “good”
(correct) and straight (right) may be interpreted as “bad” (incorrect).

Robert Musil's Salvator (or “Man without Qualities”)-Project


• Tracing Sequences in a Philosophical Library - (In Scribd, Uploaded 08/14/14 )
Most famous works in literature somehow all at least temporarily had been influenced by
androgyny. In my lists however Musil had been missing. I simply had overlooked Musil's
key concept of androgyny and stopped reading before I reached the “Siamese Twins”-
chapter. In a way I seemed to be following a scent trace which guided me like a dog on its
trail. The trail I was following had been androgynous concepts in art, architecture, literature
and language.
• A Mausoleum of Words – Musil's Design of „The Man Without Qualities – Upl. 08/5/14
Initially Musil had planned to create a fictive biography, in which a sibling love had to be
playing a central but not an evidently dominant role. In this novel Musil chose the chapter
“The Siamese Twins” as a central core. Inside ourselves we all may identify the twin sister
as a mental Utopian half, respectively as a manifested alter Ego idea of ourselves.

65 Title in German language: „Der Mann, der nur aus Wörtern besteht“
Musil symbolizes the color contrast of clothing as the significant difference between both
mythical “Siamese Twins”, represented by the siblings Ulrich and Agathe, by their clothing
colors. In his design papers Musil had named these primary colors red, green, blue and
yellow as “bordered areas”.
• The Color Symbolism of Philosophers - (In Scribd, Uploaded 07/28/14 )
In “Man without qualities” there is a quotation of antipodal color symbolism, which I tried
to decipher. Musil must have considered yellow and blue as the complementary color pairs,
as well as red and green, whereas he considered the mixture of antipodes violet or purple:
“We might dress ourselves in an opposite pattern, Agathe delightedly responded. Yellow one
of us, and the other blue, or red opposite to green. And our hair might be colored violet or
purple”. The quotation does not meet Goethe's nor Newton's theory. However searching the
web I identified the four color system of Ewald Hering, explaining Musil's expression. The 4
color system also has been applied to setup the Natural Color System (NCS).
• In Search for a Keynote in Robert Musil's „Man without Qualities" - Uploaded 07/22/14
Wading through Musil's voluminous, complex manuscripts including his sketches, diaries
and other 8pt-shorthand coded writings it took me some time to identify the keynote in
Robert Musil's „Man Without Qualities“.
Having found some of the keys the keynote soon became clear to me. Musil is one of the
great authors who returned back to the androgynous roots of mystical experience.
• Notes to Robert Musil's 'Salvator'-Project - (In Scribd, Uploaded 07/12/14 )
Using mythical names such as Diotima and Bonadea the author Robert Musil in his work “A
Man without Qualities” may have designed an allegoric interpretation of Philo's theory, in
which God as a “Creator without qualities” created a “Man without Qualities”. This creation
procedure however will only be successful if we include an intermediate creation phase.

Zeus & the pillars of the sky


• Red & Blue in Solomon's Temple – (In Scribd, published 21 / 6 /2014 )
In Theosophy some of the symbols1 for Boaz and Jachin have been painted red and violet-
blue – suggesting a representation of the red & blue blood.
Generally the red J-pillar is arising from the sea and the violet-blue B-pillar from the soil.
Boaz is known as the pillar of strength or severity and represents the Sun. Jachin is known
as the pillar of beauty or mildness and represents the Moon. Boaz and Jachin are built into
the architecture of all masonic lodges.
From the triad-concept (of two antipodes and a shared union symbol) it should be clear that
we are using a trinity symbol of three pillar & three vowel symbols. Although in the course
of time the divine name tended to expand to seven vowels it originally seemed to have been
restricted to three elements (I, A, U respectively in Hebrew Y, H, V).
• The World's Pillar in the Words – (In Scribd, published 30 / 5 /2014 =
Based on Synthesis of the Data in 'Zeus' I noticed the impact of the fear for a collapsing sky
in the ancient world, which had been demonstrated by the Celts' confession to Alexander:
"We fear no man: there is but one thing that we fear, namely, that the sky should fall on us;
but we regard nothing so much as the friendship of a man such as thou."
I investigated the pillars which had been described by Arthur Bernard Cook in his book and
the remaining pillars I remembered from previous studies (but had not been included in
Zeus).

• Synthesis of the Data in 'Zeus' by Arthur B. Cook (1925) – (In Scribd, publ. 28 / 5 /2014 )
The book Zeus by Arthur Bernard Cook (1925) still is a good lecture with numerous
excellent graphics, although it is being loaded with lots of footnotes.
The book documents the historical impact of Roman/Greek trading and the religious
boundary conditions of Janus/Zan as the world's support pillars, their successors Jou-
respectively Jeu-piter/Zeus, who gradually have been replaced by younger successors.
• Notes to "Zeus" by Arthur Bernard Cook (1925) published 27/5:2014, consisting of
1. The E-Inscription at the Omphalos of Delphi - Notes (1)
2. In the Name of Zeus - Notes (2)
3. The Holiest Spot in All Hellas - Notes (3)
4. Januslike Deities - Notes (4)
5. Amber Trading - Notes (5)
6. Retrospect - Notes (6)
Zeus, 'the Bright One,' was originally nothing but the day-light Sky, conceived in zoïstic
fashion as alive with a life of its own ; and traces of that primitive conception could be
detected here and there throughout the classical period. But already in Homeric days, indeed
long before Homer, the divine Sky had developed into the Sky-god, a weather-making ruler,
who dwelt in upper glory (aither). As such he became the recognised head of the Hellenic
pantheon, and in the Hellenistic age was brought into connexion with other manifestations
of celestial brightness—sun, moon, and stars alike.
Further consideration of the sky-prop, as exemplified by the Diana-pillars of Italy and the
Agyeús-pillars of Greece, threw light on some perplexing phenomena of popular cult...

E-Vowel inscription at the Omphalos of Delphi


• The E-Inscription at the Omphalos of Delphi – (In Scribd, published 25 / 5 /2014 )
The Delphic omphalos often is associated with 2 eagles, which would refer to Zeus. If this is
true, then the Apollo sanctuary had belonged to Zeus and the letter E may have been
assigned to Zeus as well. This is another fundamental approach.
On the block are engraved four archaic letters, referable to the seventh century B.C., of
which the last three give us in the genitive case the name of the earth-goddess Ga (or "Gas",
respectively "Gaz") and the first appears to be the mystic symbol E.

Androgynous symbols
• Androgynous Symbols in Rembrandt's Return of the Prodigal Son – published 25/4/2014
The Return of the Prodigal Son is one of the last oil paintings, which Rembrandt completed
before his death. The brightly illuminated hands of the father suggest “mothering and
fathering at once”; the left hand appears larger and more masculine, set on the son's
shoulder, while the right hand is softer and more receptive in gesture. The left hand seems to
be heavier than the elegantly fingered right hand, but this may also be a treacherous track. Is
there another alternative method to verify the idea of fathering and mothering?
We may also check the fingers' length. For fingers we may measure the digit ratio, 2D:4D,
which may be varying from a median value 0,98 for white males and 1,0 for females.
Another statistics documents for males: mean 0.947, standard deviation 0.029 and for
females: mean 0.965, standard deviation 0.0261.
Red & Blue in Aachen and Maastricht
• Red & Blue and Other Symbolism at the Heart of Europe – published 4/1/2014
Looking for the heart of Europe I visited Aachen and Maastricht.
I checked colors in a number of ancient paintings, frescoes and sculptures, which were
supposed to depict Charlemagne, saints and noblemen. Indeed nobility referred to the
biblical colors red, blue and purple as they had been defined before translators started
misinterpreting yellow for blue.
Charlemagne used the same basic principle in concentrating his (holy?) vowels in his
monogram, which seems to have been designed as a cartouche made of surrounding and
protecting consonants.
2013 – Vowel Symbolism

Æ-words
• Etymology of the Æ-words - (In Scribd, Published on Dec 06, 2013 )
The æ-vowel is a grapheme formed from the letters a and e, which has been promoted to the
full status of a letter in the alphabets of some languages, including Danish, Norwegian,
Icelandic and Faroese.
As a letter of the Old English Latin alphabet, it was called æsc ("ash tree") after the Anglo-
Saxon futhorc rune ᚫ, which it transliterated; its traditional name in English is still ash /æʃ/.
As a remarkable feature the ancient word æsc seems to have bene equipped with a long
vowel æ, whereas the modern word ash contains a short vowel “a”.
• Red and Blue in the Paintings Titled Cleansing the Temple - Published on Dec 02, 2013
Visiting the National Museum, Warsaw, Poland I observed Bernardo Bellotto's (Canaletto)
painting titled Jesus Cleansing the Temple, in which:
-- Jesus was wearing the traditional red & blue garments and
-- the most prominent female visitors did wear a yellow and the most prominent male visitor
did wear a green robe.
I wondered if a statistical analysis of these paintings would reveal a trendsetting for these
colors and investigated some web-images for the standard colors, the alternatives and for
Giotto's series of images in which the cleansing of the temple had been included.
• An Analysis of Language - Testing Google's Ngram Tool - Published on Nov 25, 2013
Using Google's Ngram Viewers we may analyze the development of the verbal spectrum of
the words in our language. The software uses a base of 5 million digitized books which have
been published between 2005 and 2008. The application of the tool is simple and may be
found at Ngram Viewer.
Some test results produced extraordinary results, which I tried to trace back to their roots.
Most of the strange effects had been found in the samples of referenced manuscripts.
The tool is easy to use and very fast. Initially a number of crashes occurred, but the system
recovered quickly.

Alphabetical hieroglyphs
• Encryption and Decryption of the Alphabetical Hieroglyphs - Published: 18 / 07 / 2013
The oldest A-I-U vowel concepts seem to have retained their original vowel structures in all
languages. Existing A-E-I-O-U vowel concepts seem to have retained their original vowel
structures up to their first modifications in which vowels had been modified.
Greek language lost its symmetrical vowel structure at the introduction of the long vowels H
and Ω (6th century BC). Latin language lost its symmetrical vowel structure at the
introduction of the specific Greek letters Y and Z (146 BC).
In the Greek alphabet the first letter A and the last letter Upsilon (U) initially had been
defined as vowels. In the 6th century BC the Greek alphabet had been modified to use a first
letter (A) and the last letter (Ω) as vowels. Latin obviously always used a consonant (X or Z)
as a last letter. The vowel concept for the Latin alphabet may be considered as intact if the Y-
vowel is ignored.
• Notes to Sefer Yetzirah - (In Scribd, Published: 17 / 07 / 2013 )
Early philosophy generally had been based on vowel symbolism to design the divine names,
eventually to be paralleled by other basic concepts for the ego-pronouns and followed by the
design for the days of the weeks as illustrated in the appendix I.
Sabian philosophy, based on 7-fold Chaldean planetary system, is not consistent to Greek
philosophy as described in Timaeus and the Hebrew concepts in the Sefer Yetzirah. The
allotment of the Seven Letters is not found in the ancient copies of the "Sepher Yetzirah".
The basic system seems to have been started as a trinity-based system (based on I, A, U or Ι,
Α, Ω), for generating the five long vocals â, ê, î, ô, û, which gradually expanded to the 5-
fold Latin system (based on the vowels A, E, I, O, U) and culminated in the 7-fold Greek
vowel system (based on A, E, H, I, O, Y, Ω).
Sometimes the letter “H” has not been interpreted as a vowel ā or e, but left as a vowel
symbol “h” (probably interpreted as an “eta” or” “æ”). See the appendix for these cases
ĪHŌA, IHE, etc...
The basic trinity concepts may also be expressed by the leading trinity vowels ΙΑΩ in the 7-
fold ΙΑΩΟΥΗΕ (Jehovah), suggesting some expansion phases in which the concepts had
been evolving by adding vowels in a sequence, following a pattern I, IA, IAU or ΙΑΩ,
IAUA, IEOUA IHEHOUA, ΙΑΩΟΥΗΕ..
• Permutations of the Trigrammaton YHW - (In Scribd, Published: 16 / 07 / 2013 )
- documenting the appendix in Notes to Sefer Yetzirah -
• Notes to Etymons of English Words (1826) - (In Scribd, Published: 15 / 07 / 2013 )
I, pron. personal; Gothic: i, eij, eg, iag, ik; Saxon: i, ie; Teutonic: ich; Danish: ieg; Greek:
ἐγὼ, ἐὼ; Latin: ego; Italian: io; French: je; Welsh: i, signifying the same, the self-same
individual.
I was used by the Goths and English instead of their ia, our yea, which have nearly the same
formation, and was written y by Shakespeare. The Arabs say y for me.

The planetary symbolism


• Notes to Plato's Timaeus and Symposium - (In Scribd, Published: 17 / 07 / 2013 )
Basically the planetary system consisted of the seven Chaldean planets and the stars.
According to a common representation of the Chaldean planets referred to seven Greek
vowels:
Moon = A, Mercury = E, Venus = H, Sun = I, Mars = O, Jupiter = Y and Saturn = Ω
• The Seven Temples of Harran - Explaining the vowel symbols in ΙΑΩ – 07 / 06 / 2013
According to several sources1 the ancient peoples assigned seven vowels to the seven
Chaldean planets: Moon = A, Mercury = E, Venus = H, Sun = I, Mars = O, Jupiter = U/Y en
Saturn = Ω
The symbolic sources for the vowels may help to understand how religion evolved from the
seven visible planets by designing the names ΙΑΩ, ΙΑΩΟΥΗΕ and the most important
words of all languages (the ego-pronouns1). The theory also explains why the name
ΙΑΩΟΥΗΕ starts with ΙΑΩ and why this triad may be considered as the most archaic of all
vowel trinities.
• Some Notes to Sabian Philosophy and Timaeus - (In Scribd, Published: 07 / 05 / 2013 )
The planet cult of Harran (Roman: Carrhae) and Edessa (Urfa, and today: → Şanlıurfa) is
based on worshiping the sun, moon, and five other visible “planets”.
The Sabians also related these seven planets to vowels, metals and colors, which allows us
to identify vowel symbolism in some of the words we use in modern languages. The
worshipers did build seven temples, which individually had been devoted to each of the
seven planets.

Harran's seven planets however cannot be considered as equal partners. According to


Timaeus the sun had been accompanied by two “illegal children” (Mercury and Venus) to
meet four other planets (Moon, Saturn, Mars, Jupiter) in their special universal orbits.
Plato's Timaeus reduces the seven planetary orrery ΙΑΩΟΥΗΕ (Jehova66) to a basically
simpler five “swiftness”-system IAΩOY, which may be represented by 5 basic vowels. The
other 2 planets (Mercury and Venus, represented by the vowels E respectively H) are
additional elements, which didn't play a substantial role in the fundamental laws of harmony.
This subordinate role may also explain why the Greeks illustrated the insignificance of the
planets Mercury (Hermes) and Venus (Aphrodite) by their illegal positions in the pedigree
Saturn (Kronos) → Jupiter (Zeus) → Mars (Ares).
The vital elements in the universe's harmony are the Sun, the Moon, Saturn (Kronos), Jupiter
(Zeus) and Mars (Ares), in that order represented by ΙΑΩΟΥ, which initially – before the
birth of Zeus - seems be have been originated as the Trigrammaton ΙΑΩ.

The Number of Vowels in Alphabet


• Permutating the Vowels - Permutations in the Evolution - (In Scribd, Publ.: 06 / 12 / 2013
To investigate the Ego-words another approach is investigated, in which the common PIE-
source is abandoned and the ego-pronoun is to be considered as a derivation of the local
divine name of the sky-god. The sky-god's name has been evolving by extensions of the
vowel series, which had to be followed by similar extensions of the ego-pronouns, which
cannot be explained by the PIE-reconstructions.
• The Derivation of European Ego-Pronouns from the PIE-Sky-God Dyaus
By designing his own ego-pronoun Man may have tried to derive his identity from a divine
Being. This concept is man-made and may have been encoded in our languages. Originally
the ego-pronouns and the divine names have been designed with specially matched selected
vowel sequences.
In Germanic languages the word Æ has been used as a core-word for an ego-pronoun, law,
history and tradition. Some languages still use the original vowel sequences such as Æ, ê, â,
and ehe. Some of the Norwegian and Danish ego-pronouns still may be identified as genuine
vowel cores: I, Jé, jè, or jei, E, æ, and æi and "Ej".
The English ego-pronouns Y and I probably have been inherited from the Vikings'
definitions. The originals still may be heard in Norwegian dialects.
The consonants such as “g”, “k” in the ego-pronouns merely hide the religious symbolism.
They may have been introduced to enforce the correct spelling instead of the standard
methods of a hyphen, diaeresis or trema.

66 “In the Jewish-Egyptian magic-papyri it appears as Ιαωουηε.” (source: NAMES OF GOD - JewishEncyclopedia)
PIE-Design
• (Re )Designing a PIE Structure - (In Scribd, Published: 05 / 08 / 2013 )
What if the PIE-concept has been designed by an intelligent engineer?
Some of the words for "eternity" and similar definitions have been equipped with a surplus
of vowels. Did our ancestors design words with dedicated symbols I, A and U?
The published designs analyses a dozen of concepts such as pronouns, wisdom, evening,
darkness, light, for their vowel-structures.

Archaic Vowel symbolism


• Archaic Fetishism - (In Scribd, Published: 04 / 30 / 2013 )
Archaic fetishism is an antipodal pole to modern fetishism: the belief that common objects
such as colors might be attributed with supernatural powers. The divine name largely
consists of vowels, because only vocals may be extended to great lengths and spoken or
sung at a very loud intensity. Therefore all alphabetical vowels (including Æ,H and Y or Ω)
should be considered as potential fetishes. The consonants are what they are named: con-
sounding start and stop elements.
These samples demonstrate the correlation between the divine names, the words for “day”,
Thursdays and ego-pronouns. Also the words for justice, piousness, youth, yoke and joy
belong to the words with traces of etymological fetishism.
• The Hermetic Codex III - Vowel Symbolism - (In Scribd, Published: 03 / 27 / 2013 )
This overview of vowel symbolism suggests to consider the vowels as the most sacred
symbols in etymology. Pure vowel words have been identified as the most important deities.
Some of the names have been equipped with consonants (D, T, Z and S), which seem to be
needed as definite leading and trailing signals.
In Mediterranean areas the divine names are correlating with the ego-pronouns.
From the overview it may be seen that vowel symbolism never has been interrupted from
3,500BCE to approximately 1900CE.
• The Vowels' Symbolism in Archaic Hymns -
Notes to the vowels in De Elocutione of Demetrius - (In Scribd, Published: 03 / 24 / 2013 )
A remarkable historical remark to divine names in Egyptian religion may be found in the
work De Elocutione of Demetrius and this seems to refer to the archaic vowels, which may
have been uttered in their succession A-E-H-I-O-U-Ω:
"In Egypt the priests, when singing hymns in praise of the gods, employ the seven vowels,
which they utter in due succession ; and the sound of these letters is so euphonious that men
listen to it in preference to flute and lyre."
The principal application of vowels is to produce sounds with an open vowel tract. The role
of the consonants is to define the exact timing for the opening and closing phases in
controlling the vowel tract.
In order to analyze the vowels' symbolism the following report lists all references to the
vowels in De Elocutione.
• The Timeline of Vowel Symbolism - (In Scribd, Published: 03 / 21 / 2013 )
The time-line for the evolution of the divine names reveals an intense vowel concentration
in some of the divine names, and (in a reduced segment of the time-line) also in the ego-
pronouns and days of the weeks. The vowel-sequences seem to symbolize eternity and
eternity-related stabilizing attributes such as law, tradition, marriage.
Between the 1st and 3rd centuries the Roman Empire gradually replaced the eight-day
Roman nundinal cycle with the seven-day week. At that time the divine names Iaoue, IAÔ
and Iabe which had been specified by Clement of Alexandria, Irenaeus of Lyons,
respectively Theodoret of Cyrus, may have been popular,
In Greek/Roman-traditions the words for the days of the week officially have been chosen
according to the names for Jove (→ Jupiter), but according to the divine names Iaoue, IAÔ
and Iabe as the valid translations for YHWH the names for the Thursdays might also have
been derived from YHWH (which according to the Church Fathers at that time had to be
translated as Iaoue, IAÔ and Iabe).

A Review of Vowel symbolism in IAU


• A Review of Vowel-Symbolism - (In Scribd, Published: 03 / 17 / 2013 )
The archaic vowel symbolism seems to interrelate the Jupiter-tradition, the Hebrew tradition
and the Germanic, respectively Scandinavian traditions. These vowels seem to reflect
religious symbolism such as eternity, law, tradition, marriage.
[i] and [u] are the close or high vowels, [a] is a open or low vowel, and [i], [u], [a] represent
the fundamental vowels. Therefore [i] and [u] seem to be antipodes. In the sky-god's name
Dyaus the set of high/close vowels [i] and [u] include the low/open vowel [a].
• The Vowels in the Divine Name(s) - (In Scribd, Published: 03 / 15 / 2013 )
The most common observation for all of the divine names is the abundance of vowels in
these names, varying between I, U, A, Y, O, E.
Some of the documents seem to refer to the similarity of the vowel cores of the Hebrew and
the Roman names. According to John Pic della Mirandola (1463-1494) numerous Hebrew
scholars believed that the name Iehoua had been derived from the name Ioue (Jupiter)
converting into Ioua and subsequently to Iehoua. This however has been rejected by
archbishop Gilbert Génébrard (in his book written in 1568 to defend the Trinity). He
attacked the form Ioua used by Chateillon reminding that St Augustine had explained
according to the writer Varro that the Jews had worshiped Ioue (Jupiter!), and that the use of
Ioua was thus a return to paganism. He proposed the verbal form Iehue or Iihue for the
divine name corresponding to the Aramaic yihweh, rather than Iehoua, the usual Hebrew
name. This should be sufficient to deny any correlation between Jupiter and Iehoua.
Apparently none of these scholars ever referred to the PIE-core yau of the sky-god
Dyaus/Dyeus, which of course implicitly also correlate with Jupiter, its derivatives Dieu,
Jeu, Jove, Dios, Dio, Dis, and many similar variants, including the southern German names
Tyr, Tuis, Ziu, Dius, Deus, and e.g. the Greek deity Zeus.
No correlation ever has been diagnosed between the divine names and the ego-pronouns as
well. Although correlations exist for numerous divine names and their corresponding ego-
pronouns (equally overloaded with vowels).the common root for Jupiter respectively the
sky-god Dyaus/Dyeus and Iehoua seems to be absent.
• Notes on the Vowels (as a Foundation for the Symbolism of the Claudian Letters)
Studying the Claudian letters I identified the vowels as the purest of all characters. Although
some vowels must be considered impure some fundamentals have been well-known for
ages. Only the true vowels may be considered for sacred symbolism such as vows, which
excludes semivowels and consonants.
Nearly all languages have at least three phonemic vowels, usually /i/, /a/, /u/. [i] and [u] are
the close or high vowels, [a] is a open or low vowel, for which the tongue is positioned low
in the mouth. In the PIE-sky-god's name Dyaus, respectively Diæus the high vowels (I, Y,
and U) are enclosing the low vowels (A, Æ). This overview certainly explains why I, U and
A have been seen as the most important and fundamental vowels.
• A Reconstruction of the Claudian Book "On the Alphabet's Redesign"
Having identified the identity between the divine names Jupiter, IAΩ, YHWH and Ziu,
respectively Zieus, the author suggests to synchronize the fundamental vowel symbols A, I
and U in the Greek and Roman alphabets by adding a qualified vowel in lieu for the Greek Y
and a dedicated alternative as a consonant ɟ to distinguish the consonantal V from the vowel
U. A third letter, the antisigma, may be added as a reversed C, used for the Ψ or in lower
case ψ (psi) to express the consonant combination “bs” and “ps”, much like the Χ or in
lower case χ (chi) is used for the consonant combination “cs” and “gs”.
The proposal for these three new letters ├ , ɟ and Ɔ has been documented with the relevant
religious fundamentals. The letters will synchronize the number of genuine vowels A, I, U
of the Roman Alphabet to the equivalent set of the Greek vowels: A, I, OU/Ω respectively
the Hebrew symbols YHWH, which as a vowel structure are to be understood as IAΩ.
• Notes to Colors (sensation – association – psycho-energetics) by Franz Immoos
The manuscript lists an extended overview of historical details for the symbolism of the
primary colors.
These notes represent my own selection of the overview as a database for quick researches
for background information.

Semiotics
• Semiotic Studies (explaining the shibboleths) - (In Scribd, Published: 03 / 05 / 2013 )
Membership to clans seem to have been the main reason for the definition of shibboleths.
Etymological shibboleths are special pronunciation (such as the King's or the Queen's
English), the letters in the divine names and ego-pronouns. Some of these shibboleths
became obsolete with the transition from dialects to standard languages. Other shibboleths
involve the colors in flags, coats-of-arms, burial tombs, temples, sculptures, medieval
manuscripts and paintings.
All deformations seem to have been used as various archaic forms of shibboleths. Teeth
deformations such as sharpening, amputation and coloring have been applied to encode the
clan membership respectively the noble or married status. Other deformations include foot
deformation, the piercings, incisions and colored tattoos, which in detail have been reported
as red colors (for Roman emperors, for marriage in India and Vietnam), blue colors (reported
by Julius Caesar for the Picts). Originally all deformations have been considered as honor
and “beautiful” in the sense of the accepted membership to a honorable clan or a social,
respectively religious community.
Decoding the shibboleths may often be difficult for various reasons, mostly for the loss of
the original symbolism. Generally shibboleths however must have been referring to
important archaic structures, such as marriage, maturity, readiness for childbirth, birth,
death, rebirth, religious concepts, clan-membership, etc.
• Notes to Colors ( sensation – association – psycho-energetics) by Franz Immoos
The manuscript lists an extended overview of historical details for the symbolism of the
primary colors.
These notes represent my own selection of the overview as a database for quick researches
for background information.
• Red, White and Blue in some Artworks (Hamburg) - (In Scribd, Published: 02/16/2013 )
Researching the symbolism of red, white and blue I visited the museum Hamburger
Kunsthalle in Hamburg, where the Grabow Altarpiece is exhibited. This masterpiece uses a
set of bright colors, which is being dominated by red and blue to symbolize antipodes such
as salt and sweet waters, Adam and Eve, Cain and Abel.
• Notes to "Origins of a Pronoun" by Palmer, S.B. (2005) - (In Scribd, Published: 01/23/2013)
There are some traces of capitalization of the personal pronouns of the 1st and the 2nd person
which have been documented in "The Origins of a Pronoun" by Palmer, S.B. (2005). Some
of the ancient customs in capitalizing ego-pronouns suggest that the Y, I, Ik, Ic and Ich
might have been derived or correlated to the very holy Yggdrasil, an æsc "ash tree", which
may have been honored by an upper case for religious reasons. The word Ygg (Odin) might
also have been considered as a master for his creature “Y”, Yg, Eg, Ich, Ik, and Æ consisting
of a vowel combination Æ = a male Askr & a female Embla.
• Some Notes to "Etymons of English Words" by John Thomson (1826) – Publ.: 01/23/2013
The first chapter explains a great number of names and wordings. Unfortunately the
manuscript's scans are graphics and do not allow a search procedure. Some samples will be
documented in plain text. Due to the age of the manuscript (found in an interesting
collection of Scribd-papers at dravivararo) most derivations may be deviating from modern
etymology. Still some of the author's ideas seem reasonable. Even at the time of Shakespeare
the spelling has been arbitrary, as he occasionally varied his name in writing. Initially letters
have been understood as both hieroglyphics or runes: sacred symbols used in an atmosphere
of superstition67.

67 Etymology of English Words , page 24-25


2012 – Vowel-oriented Symbolism

Etymology
• Archaic Phrases - (In Scribd, Published: 12/28/2012 )
Occasionally I feel to dig into the etymological treasury of my memories. Only few of us
seem to enjoy the revival of lost words, but I do.
A great number of strange etymological anomalies may be identified in remote areas, such
as colonies, islands mountains and other remote territories. I remember those strange south-
African words which had been invented by the colonists to describe new objects, animals
and situations. The naming conventions used Dutch words which in their combinations turn
out to be most inventive: peuselhappie68, hijsbakkie69, moltrein70, papwiel71. Usually these
newly created words are rather long.
In contrast the archaic words will often be the shortest words in a dictionary. In studying the
shortest and probably also oldest words I identified æ as a multifunctional word, which may
have been a root for may other words and symbols. This root-word may be identified as a
basic principle in Germanic, especially in Scandinavian and Anglo-Saxon dialects. The tree's
common English name, ash, goes back to the Old English æsc, while the generic name
originated in Latin. Both words also meant "spear" in their respective languages.
• As Slow As Possible – S(t)imulating Eternity - (In Scribd, Published: 11/30/2012 )
From the early beginnings the idea of eternity seems to have been fascinating our species. It
must have been a religious thought that man as an image of God should try to be as eternal
as his/her's Creator.
There have been numerous attempts to symbolize eternity – in thoughts, tones, songs,
vocals, vowels, words, poems, architecture, paintings, books … Thinking of an instrument
the human voice has its limitations and choosing from the alphabet the vowels, which are
representing the vocals, seem to be the best of all choices, much better than the consonants,
which must end at the closing of one of our muscles.
• Images of God - The Origin of the Ego-Pronouns in God's Name - Published: 11/29/2012
Hidden in some of our common words languages probably hold some of the oldest historical
records we might decipher. Deciphering however suggests that someone must have
undertaken the trouble to encrypt a message we may have lost.
The message I found is a strange correlation between some European Ego-pronouns72 and
the words for the Proto-Indo-European sky-god Dyaus. The correlation seems to be varying
over the European continent and may have disappeared in large areas. Still a number of
these links may have survived the turbulence in a series of migrations of peoples. This report
will be dedicated to the possible impact of the mass migrations on the concentration of the
Ego-Pronouns in God's Name.

68 snack
69 elevator
70 subway
71 broken tyre
72 The personal pronouns for the first person singular
Savoy and Nimes
• The Ego-Pronouns in the Divine Names - (In Scribd, Published: 11/17/2012 )
An analysis of the ego-pronouns for various European dialects reveals a strange correlation
between the ego-pronouns and the corresponding divine names in this dialect or language.
These correlations mainly occur in the areas which had belonged to the Roman Empire, but
some strange exceptions (such as the Baltic states) cannot be explained by linguistic rules.
Special details have been delivered by a Savoyard dictionary with most specific annotations
to the exact location of the dialect variants. Dialect variants seem to be concentrated in
Alpine and remote areas, but it is not easy to find the detailed dictionaries for these dialects.
The Savoyard dialect is a mystery because it uses so many ego-pronouns beginning with “D”
and “Z”. An abundance of consonants in neighboring European areas had not been found
before.
• The Ego-pronouns and Divine Names in Savoy French Dialects - Published: 11/16/2012
Savoy-French is the name for a French dialect, which has been spoken in the landlocked
duchy Savoy. It has been independent between 1416 - 1714, then belonged to the kingdom
of Sicily and from 1720 to the kingdom of Sardinia. From 1792 Savoy has been occupied by
and from 1805 it belongs to France. These relations probably had some impact on the
dialects.
“Jeudi” is “de diu”, literally translated Diu's day: “God's day”. A voluminous dictionary
defines the variants for the word “God” and the ego-pronoun73 kunnen zijn74. The divine
names are correlating to the sky-god Dyaus, Zeus, respectively Jupiter and the equivalent
Nordic god Tyr.
In the central area of Savoy the ego-pronoun is “DE”, whereas God is named DYU or
dejeû, dezyeû in which the ego-pronoun seems to be a sort of preposition for the divine
name.
All samples in the table suggest a strong correlation between the word God and the ego-
pronoun.
• “Yiou” & “Dïou” in the dialect of Nimes - (In Scribd, Published: 11/15/2012 )
Antoine Hippolyte Bigot (1825 - 1897) wrote an interesting and beautiful poem in Provencal,
or to be more precise: the dialect of the city of Nîmes. The dialect proves the correlation
between the ego-pronouns75 (“yiou”, respectively “mïou”) and the divine name (“Dïou”)
which are contrasting to the Occitan versions “iéu” respectively “Diéu” as they have been
found in Frédéric Mistral's Mirèio).
The “Dïou”-spelling directly seems to refer to *Diou-piter, the PIE-root for Jupiter. Diou has
also been found in the dialect of Villar-St-Pancrace where the ego-pronouns are iòu më,
respectively m’ iòu 76
The poem is named “Fraternita” and I was unable to find it at the web, so a few hard-copies
will have to do to explain some of the special words.

73 the personal pronoun of the first person singular


74 The dialects SAVOYARD - Arpitania.eu
75 The personal pronoun of the first person singular.
76 Patois of Villar-St-Pancrace (for the moment this site unfortunately seems to have been lost) :
Personal pronouns: (Cas sujet Cas régime atone tonique direct indirect)
Sg. 1°p a (l’) iòu më, m’ iòu 2°p tü, t’ të, t’ tü 3°p M u(l), al ei(l) së lu ei F eilo la eilo N o, ul, la - lu - Pl. 1°p nû*
nû* 2°p òû* vû* vû* 3°p M î(z) së lû* iè F eilâ (eilaz) lâ* eilâ
The Habsburg AEIOU-device
• Love is a five-letter bird - (In Scribd, Published: 11 / 11 / 2012 )
Frederick III had an obsessive belief in the inevitable destiny of Habsburg glory and
grandeur and invented the mystic initials AEIOU. However he designed his device in his
youth. Then he ordered the device to be inscribed in all his books and engraved on all public
buildings.
In fact Frederick may not have invented, but reinvented the vowel-sequences such as
AEIOU. If he borrowed the idea from ancient gnostic wisdom he was wise enough to keep
his device sacred and to keep the message encrypted. Abraxas has been depicted as a bird,
encoded in a triad Α,Ι,Ω and/or the seven Greek vowels Α,Ε,Η,Ι,Ο,Υ,Ω, which in Latin
would be reduced to the fivefold AEIOU.
Additionally the duchess Hedwig von Mecklenburg. abbess of the cloister Ribnitz, 1423, †
1467, and the duchess Elisabeth von Meklenburg, daughter of Heinrich III. of
Mecklenburg=Schwerin (abbess 1467 † 1503) used a similar AEIOU-device for their
signature stamps77. The stamps included the image of a bull's head. The stamps have been
used for at least 2 documents, dated 1469 respectively 1482. This however is a strange
signature stamp for two abbesses!
• Designing a new Language - The Dictionary of sacred Vowel Triads – Publ.: 11 / 09 / 2012
Considering the cabalistic (or kabbalistic) Jewish idea of a language which may be
generated from one letter (the Yod or iota) a simple exercise may be done to find some
correlations to existing modern dialects and languages. The first hierarchy in letters starts
with the vowels, either the previously mentioned AEIOU (which skipped the letters H and
Ω) or in Greek the sevenfold αεηιουω or in capitals ΑΕΗΙΟΥΩ.

The PIE-Trinity-Concept
• Lamentation for Tyre - (In Scribd, Published: 11 / 04 / 2012 )
The biblical text Lamentation for Tyre exactly describes what has been important those days
in antiquity. The list also includes the state of the art, including materials, soldiers, payments
and special quality descriptions.
Hesekiel 27 seems to specify exactly the same colors White, Purple, Red and Blue as they have been
listed in the divine commands at Exodus 25:4 and 2 Chronicles 3:14.
• Symbolizing Eternity - The Table of Vowel-Symbolism - Published: 10 / 30 / 2012
The following table suggests a synthesis of the most relevant historical information
(Correlations between vowels, pitch, metals, planets, days of the week and the rainbow's
colors), which to a large extent has been condensed from Joscelyn Godwin's work. The
derivation of the information has been documented in A Short Treatise of Vowel Symbolism.
Except for some uncertainties in the Hebrew vowels and in the color assignments the table
seems to be consistent.
• A Short Treatise of Vowel-Symbolism - (In Scribd, Published: 10 / 29 / 2012 )
The correlations between vowels, pitch, planets, metals, days of the week and the rainbow's
colors (Table) are consistent in explaining the seven earth-bound elements in the vowels,

77 Georg Christian Friedrich Lisch :


Siegel der Herzogin Hedwig von Meklenburg, Aebtissin des Klosters Ribnitz, 1423, + 1467, und der Herzogin
Elisabeth, Hedwigs Nachfolgerin
In: Jahrbücher des Vereins für Mecklenburgische Geschichte und Altertumskunde, Band 21 (1856), S. 314-315
metals, planets, days of the week and the rainbow.
• Reconstruction of the PIE-Trinity-Concept - (In Scribd, Published: 10 / 24 / 2012 )
A PIE-trinity-concept may be reconstructed from the sources divine names such as Dyeus,
Dieu, IOU-piter, IAO, the Claudian letter, Plato's Symposium, Homer, Exodus 25:4, 2
Chronicles 3:14, The Parallel Lives by Plutarch, Schoolclass Religion in1954-1955 and the
anomaly for the ego-pronouns near Chur, Switzerland.

Retrospects
• Memories of Languages - (In Scribd, Published: 10 / 23 / 2012 )
The oldest of all hierarchies is the most successful of all hierarchies. This hierarchy is the
PIE-language with its hierarchical vowel structures, the primary color-hierarchy, and the
ego-pronouns as top-elements in the etymological hierarchy.
• A Retrospect on the Pronouns' Etymology - (In Scribd, Published: 09 / 10 / 2012 )
discussing a check for integrity and contradictions respectively "Cargo Cult Science" as
defined by Richard Feynman.

Color Codes in Josephus' records


• The Symbolism of the Colors Purple, White, Red and Blue - Published: 09 / 04 / 2012
Josephus seems to have categorized red and blue as images of the fire and the sky. In
contrast purple and white have been considered as representing their sources (the sea,
respectively the earth).

Back to the Roots (Archetypes, Trinity, the Assyrian Ego- pronoun)


• The Trinity Concept - (In Scribd, Published: 07 / 21 / 2012 )
The idea of reducing symbolism to its roots has been inspired by combining earlier insights
with the remarkable explanations in “Tengri, Khuday, Deos and God”, in which the earliest
written divine concept of the sky-god has been documented as 3 stars – indicating a 3-fold
basic concept, which subsequently has been reduced to a singular star.
• Notes to the Turkic Runic Alphabet - (In Scribd, Published: 07 / 20 / 2012 )
The Turkic sky god Tengri is strikingly similar to the Indo-European sky god, *Dyeus, and
the structure of the reconstructed Proto-Indo-European religion (PIE-religion) is closer to
that of the early Turks than to the religion of any people of Near Eastern or Mediterranean
antiquity. As a remarkable observation the Assyrian first personal pronoun seems to be
related to the divine name (God), which also has been observed in modern languages such as
French/Provencal (ieu – related to Dieu), Italian (io – related to Dio) and in a great number
of Mediterranean dialects.
• The Superman Archetype's Colors - (In Scribd, Published: 07 / 20 / 2012 )
In a historical retrospect the designers of the most popular superheros preferred the primary
colors red and blue to characterize their most important symbolism. The ancient decorations
of temples, sculptures, bibles, paintings, frescoes, coats of arms, flags have been revived in
the modern comics, games and movies of the twentieth century. Subconsciously the
archetypes survive and will be inherited to the next generations to perform their stabilizing
functionality in coming generations.
• Red and Blue in C.G. Jung's "The Red Book" - (In Scribd, Published: 07 / 16 / 2012 )
The bipolarity, the androgyny, the coloring of initials, the colors' red and blue in Jung's
masterpiece corresponds to similar symbolism in a great number of medieval manuscripts.
Jung created this document as his private overview and record of his own experiences.
• Capita Selecta on Red and Blue Coloration - (In Scribd, Published: 07 / 10 / 2012 )
In a search for the oldest traces for flags I found a description in the Kudrun (or
Gudrunlied), which provides us with a medieval description of medieval flags. In tale the
27th (“How Ludwig and Hartmut met the Hegelings”2) Hartmut names to Ludwig the
banners of the coming knights.
The earliest historical evidence for an existing flag may be found for the Frisian flag.
Additionally I found another source for the East India Company's flag as a predecessor for
the Stars and the Stripes. Evidence may be found for masonic origins for flags and other
predecessor links between flags.
• Reinterpretation of the Creation Legend - (In Scribd, Published: 07 / 03 / 2012 )
There are serious suggestions to investigate the correct translations of the Biblical word
“bara”, which had been misinterpreted as “to create” instead of “to separate”. A correct
translation “to separate” leads to the question of the objects to be separated and the intention
of the separating process.

Designing a High-Precision language


• Language as an "Intelligent Design" - Designing a High-precision Language (06/26/2012)
Studying Phaedrus' ideas I considered the precision of our linguistic tools. What could be
said about its precision and tolerances?
• The IO-Words in the Welsh Dictionary - (In Scribd, Published: 06 / 22 / 2012 )
In the Dictionary - English to Welsh I found some interesting IO-words, which seem to be
correlating to other IO- and IU-words in Mediterranean languages.
• Some Notes to the Word „Awe“ - (In Scribd, Published: 06 / 19 / 2012 )
The word “Awe” is a quite interesting object for study. The word may have deviated from an
early word “aghe” (→ agony?) to another, newer expression found in the runic dictionary:
ewa, ava, euwin, euwinik, which are used for “eternity”.
Color Symbolism
• Some Notes to "The Chronicles of the Picts" - (In Scribd, Published: 06 / 09 / 2012 )
“Chronicles Of The Picts” provides me with excellent information about the colored people
(the Picts) in a region full of whites (the Albiones).
• Madonna Vasa Vasa - (In Scribd, Published: 05 / 19 / 2012 )
Christ is wearing a red robe. The main outer robes however are a blue coat for the Madonna
and a red robe for Christ.
• The Flag's Colors of Bad Wimpfen - (In Scribd, Published: 05 / 05 / 2012 )
Bad Wimpfen uses a red-white-blue flag, which motivated me to research the origin of these
colors.
• Why Blue has been Made an Inferior Color (explaining the symbolism in positive Red and
negative Blue) - (In Scribd, Published: 04 / 23 / 2012 )
To my opinion the avoidance of blue had nothing to with the development of dyes and other
forms of artificial coloring. The main reason for avoiding the word blue had been its evil
character. It has been a bad omen like the evil eye and the word must have been avoided at
any cost. On the other hand blue had to be accepted as a normal antipodal force in life, in
which fertility required the synergy of good male and evil female forces for procreation.
These fertility forces had to be honored in the temples and required to decorate the sacred
locations with red and blue.
• An Endless Chain of Metaphors - (In Scribd, Published: 04 / 17 / 2012 )
The driving concept of pre-medieval and medieval life and language has been androgynous
Man, in which the male and female partners were to be considered as halves of Man. This
concept has been symbolized in the couple of paired metaphors for some the ego-pronouns
and the divine names.

Rainbows in the “Stuppach Madonna”


• False Rainbow Symbols (in symbolic and religious paintings) - Published: 04 / 09 / 2012
Having identified the false rainbow(s) in the Stuppach Madonna I started a search for some
other samples of similar deviations from traditional symbolism in order to study the idea of
intentional symbolic ordering of colors in the rainbows.
• Etymology for Dæy, Tiw and æ (“I”) - (In Scribd, Published: 04 / 08 / 2012 )
The words for ᛞ “day” (→ Dyaus, Dies), ᛏ - “Tiw” (the supreme sky-god of daylight,
respectively Tiwaz, Ziu, Dyaus, Deus, Dis) and the ego-pronoun ᚨ - æ (“I”) are interrelated
and most important linguistic elements. Due to these correlations the analysis of the
etymological roots in complex greeting formulas may often be misinterpreted.
• The double rainbow in the “Stuppach Madonna” - (In Scribd, Published: 04 / 08 / 2012 )
The ultimate information is found in the (two ?!) rainbows or nimbus-circles crowning the
divine, probably solar image of God. This or these rainbows respectively nimbus-circles
may only be seen in a good photograph from an art-book or close inspection of the artwork
itself.
The rainbow crowning God is a purple image, which may symbolize a mixture of male red
and female blue, resulting in an androgynous symbolism. The adjacent secondary
(purple/blue) rainbow is hardly visible at all.
• The Etymological Fieldlines - (In Scribd, Published: 04 / 08 / 2012 )
In "Æ for Æternity - A World made of Word(s)" it has been documented that in Western
Europe two etymological poles may be identified: the Æ-pole at the Scandinavian North
pole and the IU-pole in the Swiss city Chur. Both poles seem to have generated a linguistic
field distribution for the ego-pronouns. Between these poles, which are not allowed to alter
their wordings the population will have to adapt the language to provide us with smooth
transfer zones between both poles. These are the field lines of the vector fields we may
observe. Of course some border lines of the rivers, sea shores and mountains may influence
the pattern, but the dipole's pattern may still clearly be identified...

New Year
• The First of April as New Year - (In Scribd, Published: 03 / 30 / 2012 )
In earliest eras the end of March respectively the first of April marked the beginning of the
year. The natural beginning of life cycles seems to be the end of March whereas the
symbolic beginning of life cycles in contrast seems to be the end of December.
The end of December is marked by the sun's rebirth at the winter solstice. In the wintertime
the sun is reborn, but nature remains quiet and frozen. At this wintertime only the human
being is engaged in turbulent feasts, which in Rome have been named Saturnalia.

Salutations
• Salutations, Divine Names, Weekdays and Ego-pronouns in Many Languages – (In Scribd,
Publ.: 03 / 07 / 2012 )
In Europe salutations will often be based on the “good day”-wishes or alternatively an
“Adieu”-reference (In French a “Goodbye” or “Farewell”-salutation). Most of the “day”-
words also correlate to the divine name and to the ego-pronoun.
Of course one of the days of the week (usually Tuesday or Thursday) will also correlate to
the same divine name which had been chosen as a reference for “day”. In this overview
consisting of 9 maps the standard salutations may be correlating with: divine names, the
word for “day”, ego-pronouns and weekdays (usually Tuesday or Thursday).

The Danish Æ-pronoun


• Dictionary of the Germanic Keywords (based on the Æ- respectively ÆI-keys) - (In Scribd,
Published: 02 / 18 / 2012 )
This dictionary lists the keywords, which may have been derived from the top-level-rune
Asch (Æ), which has been illustrated in æ (The Creation Legend encoded in a Singular
Vowel) and Æ for Æternity - A World made of Word(s).
The Æ-symbol may be the fundamental symbol for Germanic mythology and language by
encoding this symbol the creation legends, the unifying symbolism, the eternity-concept, the
clan's stability factors, the home-concept, the ego-pronoun, the basic words “to be” and the
“the”-article, a number of quality-concepts (courage, respect, fame, etc.), sacredness, holy
stones etc.
Apart from the Æ-words the holiest of all Germanic words may have been the eternity-
concept æi (always), æinigʀ (uniqueness), æiða (mother) and æiga (property).
• æ (The Creation Legend encoded in a Singular Vowel) - Published: 02 / 16 / 2012
In a great number of Germanic dialects the phoneme Æ [ae] has several significant
meanings. The vowel Æ represents the first person singular pronoun I, a definite article
“the”, the verb “is”, “running water” and (in Old-English): law, scripture, ceremony, custom,
marriage. In the Germanic legends the Æ-vowel refers to the world's axis, poles, running
water and the gods (Æsir).
• Æ for Æternity - A World made of Word(s) - (In Scribd, Published: 02 / 14 / 2012 )
The old-English word Æ, which had been defined as “eternal law, archaic custom and
marriage” has also been used as an ego-pronoun in many Norwegian and Danish dialects.
This ego-pronoun may have been derived from the central letter in the PIE-root *Dyæus.

Mithras Liturgy
• Vowel-Sequences in Archaic Manuscripts - (In Scribd, Published: 02 / 07 / 2012 )
Vowels must have been the archaic fundamentals for religious symbolism. This manuscript
documents the typical vowel-sequences in various ancient papyri.
• Addenda to the Mithras Liturgy's Translations - (In Scribd, Published: 02 / 07 / 2012 )
Analyzing Dieterich’s book in Marvin W. Meyer's translation A Mithras Liturgy I identified
a number of other vowel sequences, which may add some details to the understanding of
these vowel-sequences.
• The Vowels AEEIOYO in the Mithras Liturgy - (In Scribd, Published: 02 / 06 / 2012 )
The English version of the manuscript the Mithras Liturgy reveals some interesting
quotations of genuine vowel sequences such as Aeeiouo in several divine names and other
sacred texts.

Tuesday and Thursday


• Dyaus in the Germanic Weekdays - (In Scribd, Published: 02 / 03 / 2012 )
For its correlation to the ego-pronouns (in Germanic language mostly “Ih”, respectively “I”)
the most important Germanic deities are those which are related to Tuesday: Týr, Tiw, Tig
and Ziu.

The PIE-concept
• The I's Antipodes (In Scribd, Published: 01 / 31 / 2012)
In a marvelous concept our language has been built around a central core 78, which seems to
have been designed around the PIE-names *Dyēus Ph2tēr (the god of the day-lit sky79) and
*deiwos (god)80. Obviously there is a remarkable difference between the original PIE-
concept (using a “D” or “Th” as first letter for the divine PIE-names Dyaus and Deiwos) and
the Mediterranean system (avoiding a “D” or “Th” in Jupiter and in “YHWH”). This topic is
to be discussed for its consequences.

78 The Key Morpheme - analyzing the PIE-concept


79 See for details: PIE-religion
80 Deus (Latin pronunciation: [ˈdeːʊs]) is Latin for "god" or "deity". Latin deus and dīvus "divine", are descended from
Proto-Indo-European *deiwos, from the same root as *Dyēus, the reconstructed chief god of the Proto-Indo-
European pantheon.
• The Key Morpheme - analyzing the PIE-concept (In Scribd, Published: 01 / 28 / 2012)
In a vocabulary of words we may try to find the most important word, or to be more precise,
to find the top-morpheme or key-word, which may be traced as vowel-sequences in a few
word-categories (the divine name, the ego-pronoun, the day and the day of the week).
• A Divine Sequence of Vowels (In Scribd, Published: 01 / 24 / 2012)
Both divine PIE-names (*Dyēus) and (*deiw-os) have been based on antipodes, symbolized
by the vowels I and U. A breakthrough may be reached by accepting the “jod”-consonant as
a vowel “i”.

Redundancy
• The Philosophical Nucleus (In Scribd, Published: 01 / 17 / 2012)
The top level philosophical hierarchy originally consisted of several redundant structures,
which are containing Cup and ring marks, a standardized color hierarchy, a biblical
creation legend, a vowel's hierarchy, a word hierarchy. Redundancy allows us to
reconstruct disturbed or corrupted hierarchies.

Goethe's Color Theory


• Symbolism in Antipodal Colors (In Scribd, Published: 01 / 03 / 2012)
Up to 1785 Goethe clearly identified the three basic color elements, in which blue and
yellow are the basic, antipodal elements and red is the synthesis of light. “A country”,
Goethe concluded, “starts out from a name and a flag, and it then becomes them, just as a
man fulfills his destiny“. This idea has been interpreted by Francisco de Miranda to derive
the present national flags of Colombia, Venezuela and Ecuador (1785).
2011 – Vowel-oriented Symbolism

Overview
• Bipolar Monotheism (In Scribd, Published: 12 / 21 / 2011)
Initially bipolarity has been identified in the cups and pillars, in various burial rituals. In a
second phase the Indo-European language developed a bipolar god's name *Deiwos and a
sky-god's name *Dyeus and its derivatives. In the Proto-Indo-European system all European
ego-pronouns seem to have been designed as vowel sequences. In a third stage ancient
religions often started from a bipolar deity, such as the Roman god Janus or Dianus,..
In a fourth period of time both Julius Caesar and Tacitus compare the most important deity
in Germania to Mercury (Hermes). In the Middle Age the emperors and kings preferred the
colors red, blue and purple for their garments, graves and flags.

Claudius' letters
• The Y-Proceedings (The Y-Key to the English Ego-Pronouns) Published: 12 / 01 / 2011
One of the first genuine English Ego-pronouns is the capitalized word “Y”, which has been
used by Wycliffe between 1382 and 1395. Suetonius describes Claudius' invention of three
new letters Y, Ↄ and V and added them to the alphabet. Wycliffe may have understood the
symbolism of the sound between u and i and the androgynous creation legends.

The Alpine Pronouns 2


• Analysis of a Linguistic Anomaly in the Alps (In Scribd, Published: 09 / 29 / 2011 )
My journey to Graubünden and my research left little doubt that the majority of the Alpine
dialects correlate the Ego-pronouns “iéu”/”iau”/”iou” to the divine names
“Diéu”/”Diau”/”Diou”. The Alps seem to have conserved some genuine forms of the
original Ego-pronouns and their corresponding divine names.
• The Secrets of the Pronouns (Diary Fragments 2009-2011) Published: 09 / 13 / 2011
This manuscript describes the decoding process of religious symbolism in the PIE-
languages.
• Vowels for Eternity (In Scribd, Published: 09 / 10 / 2011 )
According to Morris Swadesh in any language the most important word is the ego-pronoun.
The most important characters are the vowels – the non-vowels merely are to be considered
as “additional” consonants, as helping mates to produce powerful vocals.
• Dictionary of Sacred Words (In Scribd, Published: 09 / 08 / 2011 )
In fact the vowels may have been the carriers of symbolism, whereas the consonants were
merely providing the carrier structure.
• The Creation of West-European Pronouns (Summary) (In Scribd, Published: 09 / 04 / 2011 )
From this overview we may identify the mayor role of vowels in naming the Gods, the ego-
pronouns and the yes-words. The vowels I and U must be considered as the most prominent
male, respectively female symbols, but the most sacred symbol (at least in Greece and the
Middle East) seems to have been the “E”-vowel, respectively the “Æ”-vowel (Eta ,“H”).
The Alpine Pronouns 1
• Andermatt – Center of the Celtic Anderworld (In Scribd, Published: 08 / 16 / 2011 )
There is no real proof for the idea, that the Celts may have defined the Alps as their
mysterious religious headquarters. However the very concentration of the pronouns IEU,
IOU and IAU and their controlled deterioration (JE, YO, JA) from the center towards the
borders may invite us to look for special landmarks in the Alpine region.
• A Celtic Religious Centre in the Alps (In Scribd, Published: 08 / 14 / 2011 )
The existence of two parallel series of Ego-pronouns the iòu, ieu and iau-series in parallel to
the “me”- and “moi”-series suggests that the vowel-pronouns I*U may have originated as
Celtic etymological and religious traces in the Alpine region, where they may have survived
in remote Alpine areas in their most original state.
• Thou, I and We - An Analysis of Pronouns (In Scribd, Published: 08 / 11 / 2011 )
IU-combinations have been identified in most names for important sky-gods (Iupitter, Šiu,
IHVH), in the „Ego“-Pronomina (ieu, iou, iau), in the “we”-pronoun UUI(R), but seldom in
the Thou-pronoun.
• Spelling Joke 26 - Is it a joke at all? (In Scribd, Published: 08 / 06 / 2011 )
One of the most remarkable linguistic inventions has been found in Spelling Joke 26 How
do you spell “we” with two letters without using the letters W and E? Answer: U and I.
• Languages, Religions and Names (In Scribd, Published: 08 / 04 / 2011 )
Which of these, the Proto-Indo-European language or the Bible, is the elder of both?
• The Reconstruction of Some Original Ego-Pronouns (In Scribd, Published: 08 / 02 / 2011 )
Originally the Ego-pronouns have been designed as pure series of vowels. Initially the word
“Ego” may have been designed as “eio” or “eiu”, which had been derived from “”Deios” or
“Theios”, respectively “Deius” or “Theius”. These Ego-pronouns served as the vowel-cores
for the divine names.
• JWR's Scribd-Archive – An Overview (In Scribd, Published: 08 / 01 / 2011 )
• Gender-Concepts in Creation Legends (In Scribd, Published: 07 / 31 / 2011 )
Complementary creation processes in the biblical Creation Legend.
• Updating My 12 Paradigms (an overview & summary) (In Scribd, Published: 07 / 29 / 2011)
The following overview suggests a new set of paradigms as a concept of the origins of
myths, grown from a common source of bipolarity, evolving in several sets of symbols – the
colors, the vowels I,A,U,E,O,Y, the Ego-pronouns (“Mannus”, “man”, “moi”, “me”,
expanding to “iéu”,“iau”,“iou”, and culminating in “Ih”, “Y”, “I”), the divine names (“Diéu”
→ the French Dieu , “Diaus” → the Indo-European Dyaus, “Dious” → the Latin IU-piter).
• An Androgynous Allegory - A Visual Chautauqua (In Scribd, Published: 07 / 12 / 2011 )
The androgynous allegory symbolizes the androgynous religious background, as
documented in Hieronymous Bosch's paintings, in the pronouns of our languages, in the
flag's colors, in the fertility rites of the Hermetic Codices and numerous other works, in the
sagas, narrations, legends and Chautauqua-sessions of the past.
Ælfric's Sermon
• Analysis of Ælfric's Language (Old English text - before 1025) Published: 06 / 21 / 2011
In this sermon (Ælfric's Sermon, before 1025) of Old English a number of words have been
explained in relation to their possible German roots. Some of these words (such as Tha, The,
Gelyfath, Ne, Thurh, Agenne, etc.) however may also be explained in relation to Dutch and
French roots or even to alternative German or Latin roots.
• The X- And Y-Events in the Roman Empire (In Scribd, Published: 04 / 30 / 2011 )
The first event X, probably triggered by a powerful emperor Constantine I around 313,
standardized the divine name to Diòu or Diéu and the corresponding Ego-pronouns to iòu or
iéu. The second event Y, probably triggered by a less powerful European leader between 400
AD-800 AD, redefined the divine name to Diò or Dié and the corresponding Ego-pronouns
to iò or ié.
• A Short History of Language (In Scribd, Published: 04 / 29 / 2011 )
Most of the complex Ego-pronouns are using similar patterns for their structure: the
predecessor pronouns refer to the archaic “me”-concept, whereas modern pronouns all use
vowels, which originally may have started with a Yod (“I”), to be followed by another vowel
A,E,O and a trailing vowel U.

Dante
• The Prime Words in Adam's Language (In Scribd, Published: 04 / 23 / 2011 )
The origin of human speech may have been based on the prime words which most probably
may have included the personal pronouns of the first and second person. Dante Alighieri in
his De vulgari eloquentia suggests that the name El was the first sound emitted by Adam.

The Mystery of the Seven Vowels


• The Sacred Vowels in Pronouns (In Scribd, Published: 04 / 06 / 2011 )
Notes to “The Mystery of the Seven Vowels” (1991) Joscelyn Godwin, who identified
Vowels as the sacred symbols in Indo-European and other languages. The number of vowels
may vary between three (I, A, U), five (I, A, U, E, O) or seven (I, A, U, E, AE, O, OO), or
even more.

Translation Errors in Exodus


• Analysis of the Translation Errors in Exodus 25-4 (In Scribd, 4.4.2011, 12:36)
A great number of Bible-translations does not refer to blue, but to yellow. The error has been
revealed at the Luther Bible 1534, but the error had been introduced at least 1477 - decades
before Luther published his work.
• Some Color Keys in Paintings (In Scribd, Published: 03 / 27 / 2011 )
Some of the medieval symbols have been devoted to a special message, which could not be
written down in plain text, but may have been encoded in some of the graphical elements
such as the color codes.
The Vowel's Symbolism
• On the Symbolism of the Vowels A-E-I-O-U … (In Scribd, Published: 03 / 14 / 2011 )
In her overview Joscelyn Godwin correctly describes the various religious symbols hidden
in the vowels of ancient languages. The number of vowels may vary between three (I, A, U),
five (I, A, U, E, O) or seven (I, A, U, E, AE, O, OO), or even more. Godwin quotes the most
interesting series listed by Godfrey Higgins in the one-vowel name I, the two-vowel name
IE / EI on the sanctuary of Apollo at Delphi, the three-vowel name lAO, the four-vowel
name IEVE, in which U and V are equivalent and the multi-vowel name JEHOVA .

The IU-Codes
• The Diety IU (In Scribd, Published: 02 / 16 / 2011 )
IU has been identified as a mayor early deity in several works. The name has been found in
a variety of other important divine beings, such as: - IU-piter (Jupiter and Juno) - YHVH (to
be interpreted as IU - Iao and Iau - Diaus and other Indo-European names for the sky-god
and the Ego-pronouns.
• English and Globish - Optimized Linguistic Designs (In Scribd, Published: 02 / 08 / 2011 )
The Morse-code-principle of assigning shorter sequences of dots to frequently used symbols
obviously has been designed to optimize the communication speed. Now it might be
interesting to derive a theoretical linguistic design by shortening words according to their
priority.
• E for Enigma (An Overview) (In Scribd, Published: 01 / 24 / 2011 )
Genuine vowel-structures may be identified in the Ego-pronouns and in divine names, which
seem to contain a triple set of gender information: a male I-, respectively an androgynous A-
and a female U-element. Androgynous symbols may also have been replaced by other E- or
O-vowels or IU-combinations. These male, androgynous and female elements may have
been considered as the archaic fundamentals in human society and creation.

Delphi's Letter E
• E - of the E-symbol Engraven Over the Gate of Apollos Temple at Delphi (In Scribd, Publ.:
01 / 20 / 2011 )
The shortest of all aphorisms is the E-vowel, inscribed above the entrance portal. The vowel
has been explained as a monotheistic concept Thou art one, resembling the biblical response
I Am that I Am to Moses, when he asked for God's name (Exodus 3:14). Simultaneously the
E-concept may also be the valid answer to the enigma of the ieu-pronouns and the Dieu-
names in Provencal language.

Symbolism of Colors
• Symbolism of Purple and Scarlet in Greek and Roman Societies (Published: 01 / 19 / 2011 )
In order to investigate the symbolism of purple and scarlet in Greek and Roman societies I
searched the "The Parallel Lives" by Plutarch for quotations of purple and scarlet, which
seem to be the most prominent symbolic colors – from the beginning of Roman history until
Plutarch's writings around 100 AD.
• Red and Blue in Architecture and Artwork (In Scribd, Published: 01 / 15 / 2011 )
There is a strange imbalance between red & blue-combinations and other basic colors like
green and yellow. The imbalance has been identified from the earliest forms of Jewish,
Greek and Roman cultures. Greek temples were, as a rule, colorfully painted. Only three
basic colors, with no shades, were used: white, blue and red.
2010 – The Ego-pronouns, PIE, Mirèio

Wycliffe
• The Wycliffe Bible (In Scribd, Published: 12 / 24 / 2010 )
The Wyclif Bible clearly defines a common source "nouyt" for the creation of the sky, earth
and for “man”. “God made of nouyt hem, male and female” defines the first “man” as a
plural individual, male and female character, which implies an androgynous couple.
The Ego-pronoun (the personal pronoun of the first person singular) has been defined as an
upper case character “Y” instead of the modern “I”. In analogy to the Ego-pronoun "iéu" in
Occitan language the Y-pronoun symbolized an androgynous iu-synthesis in the divine
concept.
• The Central Religious Images in the Garden of Earthly Delights (In Scribd, Published: 12 /
09 / 2010 )
The central religious image of the Garden of Earthly Delights may be identified in the
androgynous symbolism of the red pillar over a blue pond in the fountain(s) of fertility and
love.

The Ego-Pronouns
• Etymology of the Ego-Pronoun („I“) (In Scribd, Published: 11 / 27 / 2010 )
Three layers of successive pronouns (Man-Ieu-I,Yod) may be identified in IE-languages,
which all symbolize the creation legend of a first human being. The IeU- and Yod-layers
may probably have been influenced by the Hebrew religion at Abraham's contact to the
Indo-European migrations. The divine name IHVH corresponds to the IeU-core in the
second layer of the pronoun's evolution.
• Decoding the Ego-Pronoun („I“) (In Scribd, Published: 11 / 26 / 2010 )
In Tajik, Persian, Hindi/Urdu and Kurdish the Ego-pronoun is identical to the name of the
first human being “man”, who had been identified as the first man “Mannus” - Tuisco's child
by Tacitus (98AD). In Europe some dialects and languages in the remote mountainous areas
still conserve the original form of the European Ego-pronoun in the threefold vowel-
combinations ieu, iau respectively iou, which as IU-Symbols refer to the androgynous core
in the series IU-piter, Dieu, Diu, Diou, Dio, Dios, Dievas, IHVH, etcetera. In a singular case
(the Sardinian dialect Campidanese) the Ego-pronoun dèu is identical to the divine name
Deu.
• The Hieroglyphs in the Ego-Pronoun (In Scribd, Published: 11 / 24 / 2010 )
Most European languages and dialects (French, Iberian, Italian, Celtic (southern German
and English) and Rumanian reveal a simple relation between the Ego-pronoun (I) and the
divine name. The divine name may be generated by adding up “D”, the Ego-pronoun and
eventually a trailer character “s”.
• Sacred Phonemes - Moulding the sacred words (In Scribd, Published: 11 / 19 / 2010 )
The Ancients of Day described the creation of man as a moulding procedure, in which God
created an Adam Cadmon (symbolized by the personal pronoun iéu) from an image Diéu.
They literally developed the idea of a creation from one singular word Diéu which has been
used as a mould for a complete dictionary.
• A History of Proto-Indo-European Religion (In Scribd, Published: 11 / 17 / 2010 )
The PIE-System has been designed as a bipolar concept of an androgynous deity, which
created an androgynous human being according to its own image, consisting of a male and a
female half. The first androgynous human being has been encoded in the divine name (e.g.
Diéu), in the corresponding pronoun of the first person singular (e.g. iéu) and in the colors
red (male), blue (female) and purple (androgynous, divine).

Widukind's Tomb
• Widukind's Tomb (In Scribd, Published: 11 / 15 / 2010 )
A remarkable tomb in orange-red, blue and purple from the early 11th century is to be found
at Enger, Westfalia. It may have been related to the Plantagenet tombs at Fontevraud Abbey
(1189-1246) and the grave at Roermond (1240).

PIE-Concept
• Antithesis to the Standard PIE-Concept (In Scribd, Published: 11 / 14 / 2010 )
In "Indo-European and the Indo-Europeans" Calvert Watkins published a fine representative
sample of the available reconstructed Indo-European lexicon, which will be used to check
some new evidence against recent scientific positions.
• The Deity Dis in the Gallic Wars (In Scribd, Published: 11 / 12 / 2010 )
The specified formula for generating the divine name, in which the divine name is being
derived by concatenating a character “D” (respectively Z, Th or Þ), “the pronoun of the first
person singular (for English and old-German “I”) and a trailing character “s” works
perfectly for English and old-German languages: - English: “D” + “i” + “s” => “Dis”.
• Hieroglyphs in Indo-European Languages (In Scribd, Published: 11 / 12 / 2010 )
This overview considers the characters I, J, Y, U, V, the characters D, Th respectively þ and
S, as well as the vowels O, A and E, along with the joining element H as the main
hieroglyphs in the Indo-European languages.
• The Indo Europeans - A Ground Zero for Civilisation (In Scribd, Published: 11 / 03 / 2010 )
Etymological traces guide us back to the origin of civilisations. In analogy to genetic
information our ancestors pass their roots by inheriting dictionaries and grammatical rules to
their grandchildren. Inheriting genes and linguistic codes is extremely resistant to
falsifications and will allow us to reconstruct the roots of civilisation
• A Cultural Earthquake (The Proto-Indo-European-concept) Published: 10 / 26 / 2010
The Proto-Indo-European-concept seems to have been originated 4000 BC at Volgograd,
Russia. Originally the concept developed an agricultural revolution, an improved
domestication of cattle and an integrated management, which proved to be successful as a
combination.
• Reconstruction of the PIE-History (In Scribd, Published: 10 / 25 / 2010 )
According to etymological studies the PIE-language arose around 3500 before Christ. The
language and its derivatives started spreading in all directions, quickly penetrating the
continents on westward and eastward directions.
• T-V-Distinction in the PIE-Concept (In Scribd, Published: 10 / 19 / 2010 )
In southern Europe the Indo-European core *iou has been used to encode a divine name (e.g.
IU-piter), pronouns (e.g. iu) and supreme justice (ius) and as a joint, especially a
matrimonial joint.
• An Integrated Proto Indo European Concept (Overview) (In Scribd, Published: 10 / 12 /
2010 )
This essay joins the PIE-languages and their pronouns, religions and their gods as well as all
correlated symbols (such as colors, paintings and heraldic flags) to an overall concept. The
impact and magnitude of an integrated PIE-concept must be considered as much higher
compared to the mere sum of the singular concepts.
• The PIE Concept - Decoding the Proto Indo European Language (In Scribd, Published: 10 /
08 / 2010 )
This overview investigates the correlation between a number of divine names, the pronouns
and their bipolar elements. European languages derived their linguistic concepts from the
common Indo-European sky-god Dyaus, which in its purest form has been copied to god's
name (Diéu) in Provençal language.

Frederi Mistral's poem Mirèio


• The Keywords in God's Name (In Scribd, Published: 10 / 06 / 2010 )
Obviously the religious IU-concept (applying I and U-symbols to derive divine names and
pronouns) has been shared by most Indo-European peoples, the Hebrew and Arabic people.
• The Book Genesis Inside of a Single Word (In Scribd, Published: 09 / 28 / 2010 )
By Frederi Mistral, in a poem Mirèio (published 1859).
• Etymology for the Pronoun 'I' (In Scribd, Published: 09 / 27 / 2010 )
The most important words in the Proto-Indo-European language (PIE-language) are reported
to be the personal pronouns for the first and second person singular, and for the first person
plural. In order of their priority these pronouns are I, You and We.

Book of Common Prayer


• King Edward VI's Legacy (1537-1553) (In Scribd, Published: 09 / 10 / 2010 )
As a remarkable effect a great number of words in the Book of Common Prayer have been
written in UI & UI – combinations, which previously had been documented in Latin V and I,
e.g. diuine – divine, diuerse - diverse, diuision -division, fiue – five, iudge – judge, riuer
-river, wiues – wives, etc...
• Jupiter's Legacy (In Scribd, Published: 09 / 08 / 2010 )
Religion started as a series of bipolar elements, symbolizing the principle of fertility.
Usually the bipolar religious symbols cover a range of popular human artefacts, such as:
Pillars and circles, the antipodal letter symbols I and U, the colors red & blue.
• The Keystone to Religion - Interpreting the Kylver rune-stone (In Scribd, Published: 09 / 02
/ 2010 )
The combination of an alphabet starting with the sacred combination I, U and“þ”, a stacked
Tiwaz-rune and the Indo-European divine name “Zueius” transforms the Kylver stone to a
keystone in understanding Germanic religion.
• Dyaus' Legacy - A Quest for the Origin of Religion (In Scribd, Published: 09 / 02 / 2010 )
Analysis of early religions starts by identifying the Cup Marks, Pillars and Circles as divine
symbols, inherited from the Stone Age. The Cups, Pillars and Rings have been transformed
into alphabetic letters U, I and O, which symbolize divine, bipolar elements, comparable to
the ancient yoni and lingam symbols.
• Summary - Archaic Rock Inscriptions (1891) (In Scribd, Published: 08 / 26 / 2010 )
An Account of the Cup and Ring Marking on the Sculptural Stones of the Old and New
Worlds.

Red & Blue, Purple's Symbolism


• The Hermetic Library (In Scribd, Published: 08 / 25 / 2010 )
There is a strange trace of a common bipolar symbolism in the applications of the colors
Red & Blue, discovered in studies and documented in a series of manuscripts.This religious
bipolarity has been named Hermetic for the bi-faced idols and the naming conventions by
Roman historians (Caesar and Tacitus) and archaeologists, who compared early idols
(including the Hermes of Roquepertuse) with Roman bi-faced idols of Mercury / Hermes.
• Liturgical (and Royal) colors (In Scribd, Published: 08 / 25 / 2010 )
Although the Book Exodus defines blue as a divine prescription for the Hebrew High
Priests' garments and curtains at the Covenant Tent the symbol blue (and equally yellow)
have been avoided as standard liturgical colors, probably resulting from the idea of avoiding
any evil influence from the altar.

Fontevraud
• Red and Blue in British Royalty (In Scribd, Published: 08 / 20 / 2010 )
Early English royals preferred red and blue garments for their tombs, located at Fontevraud
Abbey and for their coats of arms. Further analysis of royal tombs at the British island will
not result in an overwhelming amount of evidence for red, white & blue patterns.
• Red and Blue as Gender Symbols (In Scribd, Published: 08 / 17 / 2010 )
This overview lists some of the relevant gender specific color codes which have been
applied in artwork and publications. Modern gender specific colors refer blue to male and
pink to female children.

Waiblingen
• The Nuns' Church at Waiblingen (In Scribd, Published: 08 / 15 / 2010 )
The Nuns' Church at Waiblingen has been erected between 1426 and 1510. The decorated
ceiling is a highlight in the city's architecture. The medieval masons have chosen keystones
decorated in red and blue colors. Red and blue are quite common for medieval keystones.

Freemasonary
• Blue and Red Symbolism in Freemasonary (In Scribd, Published: 08 / 09 / 2010 )
This summary documents the starting point for early religion as an Ancient Symbol
Worship. Ancient peoples erected pillars and created circles as religious symbols,
representing the male respectively female reproductive organs.
Illuminated Manuscripts
• Illuminated Manuscripts (In Scribd, Published: 07 / 28 / 2010 )
Most decorations of all medieval manuscripts are often in two or three primary colors, in
which red and blue are the dominant colors for initials, decorations and illuminations. In
most analyzed illuminations red and blue must be considered as the dominant symbolic
colors.

Notitia Dignitatum
• Blue and Red in Notitia Dignitatum (In Scribd, Published: 07 / 26 / 2010 )
The Books Exodus and Chronicles reveal a great number of symbolic colored woven
materials (red, blue and purple twining) in the divine instructions for the Covenant tent and
for Solomon's temple. Medieval paintings and illuminated manuscripts provide us with a
vast number of red and blue colored illustrations.

Colored Idols
• Colored Idols (In Scribd, Published: 07 / 17 / 2010 )
The international exhibition Bunte Götter (“colored Gods”), organized by the Munich
Glyptothek in 2004

St. Peter
• Yellow for Saint Peter (In Scribd, Published: 07 / 04 / 2010 )
There are a number of paintings in which Peter has been dressed in yellow, obviously for his
threefold denying of Jesus.
• Symbolism in the Paintings by Hieronymos Bosch (In Scribd, Published: 07 / 02 / 2010 )
The following rules seem to be valid for all Bosch' paintings:
- (Except for the Marriage at Cana) Jesus as a Creator and almighty God is dressed in red.
- In contrast the mocked (suffering) Jesus is wearing white or green-white
- In contrast the suffering Jesus (wearing a crucifix) is wearing blue garments
- As an unknown visitor at The Marriage at Cana Jesus is dressed in black
- The Virgin Mother Mary is wearing a blue or a red dress.
• Capita Selecta for the religious symbols Red and Blue (In Scribd, Published: 06 / 26 / 2010 )
Most of the illuminated medieval manuscripts do contain scriptures in alternated red and
blue lines, initials or letters. Sometimes gold, purple or green will be applied for extra
decorations. Yellow will largely be reserved for a traitor's symbol (e.g. Judas).
• Dyeing Purple in the Middle Age (In Scribd, Published: 06 / 21 / 2010 )
Between the 10th and the 15th century the red-dyers and blue-dyers have been
manufacturing precious textiles in Flanders and the neighbouring countries. The chemical
processes required separate guilds for these dyers
• The Hermetic Codex (In Scribd, Published: 06 / 13 / 2010 )
The PIE-System has been designed as a bipolar concept of an androgynous deity, which
created an androgynous human being according to its own image, consisting of a male and a
female half. The first androgynous human being has been encoded in the divine name (e.g.
Diéu), in the corresponding pronoun of the first person singular (e.g. iéu) and in the colors
red (male), blue (female) and purple (androgynous, divine).
• Threads of Bipolar Symbolism in Religion (In Scribd, Published: 06 / 02 / 2010 )
The overwhelming number of bipolar symbols found in ancient documents reveals a vast
religious movement developing parallel to the mainstream medieval religion. In this
overview additional information has been grouped according to regional areas to allow the
identification of historical threads in European countries. These threads may allow to
identify the sequential steps in developing the bipolar symbols.

Hieronymos Bosch
• Symbolism in the Garden of Delights by Hieronymos Bosch (Scribd, Publ.: 05 / 27 / 2010 )
The analysis clearly identifies rose-red and blue as the central symbolic elements, referring
to human fertility and the androgynous creation legend. Of course red and blue have been
identified in other documents and paintings, especially in the illuminated medieval Bible's
manuscripts and medieval religious icons and other paintings.

William of Orange
• The Majestic Singular in William of Orange's Letter (In Scribd, Published: 05 / 24 / 2010 )
In a singular, rare case both the capitalization of the singular first-person pronoun, "I" and
the second-person pronouns, "U" may be found in a document, written in the 16th century
by William of Orange.
• Red and Blue in the Middle Age (In Scribd, Published: 05 / 05 / 2010 )
An analysis of the ornaments in medieval Bible-codices reveals an overwhelming number of
red & blue scripting lines, garments and other ornaments, which are referring to divine
commands in the Book Exodus.

The Kingfisher
• The Kingfisher - The etymology of kingfisher (In Scribd, Published: 05 / 01 / 2010 )
The name "kingfisher" refers to the Norse roots "Kungsfiskare" and may have been defined
by the Normans. The tombs at Fontevraud in France also refer to the etymology for the
Kingfisher birds.

Color Codes
• Blue and Red in Roermond (In Scribd, Published: 04 / 27 / 2010 )
The colors red, blue and white may correlate to a couple of graves located at abbeys in
Fontevrault and Roermond. These tombs belong to the royal clan of the Plantagenets and to
the counts of Gelre.
The Last Supper
• Color Codings in the Last Supper (Overview) (In Scribd, Published: 04 / 17 / 2010 )
Usually Judas will wear yellow, green or black (or combinations of these medieval “evil”
colors). Sometimes the artist will dress Judas in “good” colors (blue and red) and applies
“evil” colors for other disciples, in order to trigger the attention of the observers.
• Color Coding in the Last Supper (by Leonardo Da Vinci) (In Scribd, Publ.: 04 / 16 / 2010 )
This analysis documents the color codes in the garments at The Last Supper (Leonardo da
Vinci) to investigate the thesis that in the Middle Age red & blue may have symbolized the
Good and yellow & green the Evil forces.

Judas
• Yellow for Judas (In Scribd, Published: 04 / 14 / 2010 )
In ancient and medieval eras yellow is a betrayer's symbol for the evil, which has been
documented in a great number of examples in this manuscript.
• Language and Religion (In Scribd, Published: 04 / 07 / 2010 )
Two different versions of creation legends exist for mankind: The first legend describes the
creation of a male person Adam, from which subsequently a female servant Eve has been
extracted. The second version of the legend describes the creation of an androgynous being
Adam, which has been split in a male Adam and a female person Eve.
• Blue and Red in Medieval Garments (In Scribd, Published: 04 / 02 / 2010 )
The colors red, blue and purple have been defined as religious symbols in the divine
commands in the books Exodus and Chronicles.
• Body Mirroring at Burials (In Scribd, Published: 03 / 30 / 2010 )
Both the Kurgan period (4th Millenium B.C.) and the "Corded Ware culture"-period (2880
B.C.-2000 B.C.) buried their women left sided and their men right sided as mirrored images,
both facing towards the east.
• Summary of some religious color Codes (In Scribd, Published: 03 / 23 / 2010 )
The document summarizes a derivation of color codes ranging from several coats of arms as
referring to decorations in medieval Bibles and the ancient garments' coloring codes, which
may have been derived from the biblical Books Chronicles and Exodus.
• Cross-references for Deities and Man (In Scribd, Published: 02 / 22 / 2010 )
This documentation lists a number of available cross-references between the most important
pre-Christian deities with respect to selected parameters: - androgyny, duality, multiple-
faced - permanent or temporary fetters, immobility - horns or antlers - references to time-
and calendar-keeping.
• Dies Fasti - Understanding the Fastened Sculptures (In Scribd, Published: 02 / 18 / 2010 )
This document illuminates some of the ancient customs, which may be known to scholars
but remain hidden in the old and worn out books, paintings and sculptures.
• Patrism, Matrism and Androgyny (In Scribd, Published: 02 / 12 / 2010 )
Our study reveals the struggle of patrism against matrism, in which the ancient Celtic,
matristic religions may as well be characterized as androgynous philosophies. Originally all
societies relied on androgynous-matristic religions, but historical records clearly reveal the
growing predominance of patristic religion, resulting in the eradication of the Cathars, a
violent suppression of sexuality and progressive, scientific research.
• The Symbolic color Green in Islam (In Scribd, Published: 02 / 02 / 2010 )
Green has been associated with Islam for many centuries. It is not clear why this is so. The
colors purple, red and blue traditionally have been in use from early beginnings in
Christianity. They may be found in the imperial garments, in the biblical decorations, in
icons or paintings and in flags.
• A Loss of Symbolism in Communications (In Scribd, Published: 01 / 28 / 2010 )
The androgynous basis of symbolism seems to have been restored. The symbols reveal an
impressive monument for the matrimonial link between man and woman, as a divine
highlight to praise marriage, as a statue to praise fertility, as a bond linking peoples; and yes,
even as an origin for an original and common Divine Principle, which may even have been
the source for a common Indo-European deity.
• A compact Overview of Bipolar Symbolism (In Scribd, Published: 01 / 23 / 2010 )
The summary will cover etymology in the PIE-language, the name YHWH, IU-piter, the
Celtic weaving technology, the Book Exodus, Plato's Symposium, Yin & Yang, Celtic
sculptures, Janus & Jana, medieval Bibles, medieval Genesis documents, the Zohar,
medieval garments for emperors and kings, the peerage system and flags.
2009 – Dyaus, Colors, Exodus, Flags, Hochdorf

Red & Blue-combinations


• Gender References for Purple, Red and Blue (In Scribd, Published: 01 / 18 / 2010 )
Purple has always been a divine and imperial color. The divine commands in Exodus 28-28
and 39 (-21,22,30) clearly reveal a preference of blue for Aaron and his sons.
• Etymology for Flags (In Scribd, Published: 01 / 14 / 2010 )
In the Middle Age Europe may have known a basic symbolism ruled by the biblical colors
purple, red and blue, which must be considered as androgynous symbols.
• Another Etymology for Purple (In Scribd, Published: 01 / 06 / 2010 )
Dutch language provides us with a word “paars” for the color “purple”, which may have
been in use in ancient eras as religious symbols in analogy to the colors red and blue.

Red & Blue & Purple in the Bible


• Paint It Purple - A short History of painting Red and Blue (In Scribd, Publ. 01 / 03 / 2010 )
According to a number of divine commands in the Book Exodus and the second Book of
Chronicles the colors Purple, Red and Blue must have been religious symbols for a very
long time.
• Genesis - Weaving the Words in Red and in Blue (In Scribd, Published: 12 / 23 / 2009 )
The published layout for the Book Genesis explains the basic idea of weaving words like
human beings symbolized by male and female persons as married couples. Initially man had
started as a couple of two individuals colored red and blue, which had to multiply.
• Secret color Codes in the Bible (In Scribd, Published: 12 / 05 / 2009 )
The coloring codes for the garments in ancient oil paintings seems to be following the
wealthy decorations in the medieval codices, which mainly consist of Bibles.
• Notes to the Sacred Symbols of Mu (In Scribd, Published: 11 / 24 / 2009 )
While studying these kind of manuscripts, which have been written before 1950, I noticed
some problems in understanding these texts due to the background knowledge for modern
readers. The main cause for these misunderstandings is a dramatic changeover in social
position for women (voting, property, etcetera).
• The Fundamental Color Symbols Blue and Red (In Scribd, Published: 10 / 21 / 2009 )
A great number of ancient -mostly religious - codings has been conserved in antiquities. One
of the fascinating topics in these areas is the use of colors as ancient symbols, which have
been documented in writings such as the Bible, in ancient sculptures and in ancient
buildings.

Hochdorf
• Hochdorf Revisited - A reconstructed Celtic Site (In Scribd, Published: 10 / 02 / 2009 )
The museum is located in an area populated in the 6th century before Christ, but is famous
for the findings in an untouched imperial grave, which had been discovered in 1978.
Brabant
• The Brabantian Dictionary (In Scribd, Published: 10 / 01 / 2009 )
In a study project I derived the following dictionary Brabantian – Dutch – English – German
from three novels by Antoon Coolen: - "De goede moordenaar" (1931), - "Hun grond
verwaait" (1927), - "De man met het Jan Klaassenspel" (1933) and some other sources
including: - "Telemachus in het dorp" by Marnix Gijsen (1947) and “Beekman & Beekman”
by Toon Kortooms (1950)

Dyaeus
• The Sky-God Dyaeus (In Scribd, Published: 05 / 15 / 2009 )
Dyaeus is a common deity, shared by all Indo-European communities. From a great number
of palaeolithic dual-headed divine sculptures, burial ceremonies, biblical quotations and
color codes the author develops the characteristics for the androgynous sky-god Dyaeus,
whose "Hermaphrodites" are referring to the famous androgynous creation legends in Plato's
Symposium and in the Kabbalistic Book Zohar.
Appendix 2 – Published papers of Joannes Richter at Academia.edu
In reversed chronological order:
• Traces of an Old Religion (The Root “Wit” in Wittekind) – (uploaded: 28.9.2019)
• Woden (Wuþ) as the Designer and Author of the Futhark Alphabet
• Is the Core "Wut" in "Wutach" symbolizing "Wutan" ("Woden")
• The Bipolar Core of Germanic Languages
• Simon Stevin's Redefinition of Scientific Arts
• Simon Stevin's definitie van wetenschappelijk onderz
• De etymologie van de woorden met Wit-, Wita en Witan-kernen
• The "Vit"-Roots in the Anglo-Saxon Pedigree
• The Traces of "Wit" in Saxony
• King Chilperic I's letters (ΔΘZΨ) may be found at the beginning ("Futha") of the runic
alphabet and at the end (WIJZAE) of the Danish alphabet
• Aan het slot (WIJZAE) van het Deense alfabet en aan het begin ("Futha") van het
runenalfabet bevinden zich de letters (ΔΘZΨ) van koning Chilperik I
• The Role of the Ligature AE in the European Creation Legend
• A Concept for a Runic Dictionary
• Concentrating the Runes in the Runic Alphabets
• Traces of Vit, Rod and Chrodo
• De sleutelwoorden van het Futhark alfabet
• The Keywords of the Futhark Alphabet
• Het runenboek met het unieke woord Tiw
• A short Essay about the Evolution of European Personal Pronouns
• The Evolution of the European Personal Pronouns
• De miraculeuze transformatie van de Europese samenleving
• The Miraculous Transformation of European Civilization
• The Duality in Greek and Germanic Philosophy
• Bericht van de altaarschellist over de Lof der Zotheid
• De bronnen van Brabant (de Helleputten aan de Brabantse breuklijnen)
• De fundamenten van de samenleving
• De rol van de waterbronnen bij de kerstening van Nederland
• De etymologie van "wijst" en "wijstgrond"
• The Antipodes Mith and With
• The Role of the Dual Form in the Evolution of European Languages
• De rol van de dualis in de ontwikkeling der Europese talen
• The Search for Traces of a Dual Form in Quebec French
• Synthese van de Germanistische & Griekse mythologie en etymologie
• De restanten van de dualis in het Nederlands, Engels en Duits
• Notes to the Corner Wedge in the Ugaritic Alphabet
• The Origin of the long IJ-symbol in the Dutch alphabet
• Over de oorsprong van de „lange IJ“ in het Nederlandse alfabet
• The Backbones of the Alphabets
• The Alphabet and and the Symbolic Structure of Europe
• The Unseen Words in the Runic Alphabet
• De ongelezen woorden in het runenalfabet
• The Role of the Vowels in Personal Pronouns of the 1st Person Singular
• Over de volgorde van de klinkers in woorden en in godennamen
• The Creation Legends of Hesiod and Ovid
• De taal van Adam en Eva (published: ca. 2.2.2019)
• King Chilperic's 4 Letters and the Alphabet's Adaptation
• De 4 letters van koning Chilperik I en de aanpassing van het Frankenalfabet
• The Symbolism of Hair Braids and Bonnets in Magical Powers
• The Antipodes in PIE-Languages
• In het Nederlands, Duits en Engels is de dualis nog lang niet uitgestorven
• In English, Dutch and German the dual form is still alive
• The Descendants of the Dual Form " Wit "
• A Structured Etymology for Germanic, Slavic and Romance Languages
• The “Rod”-Core in Slavic Etymology (published: ca. 27.11.2018)
• Encoding and decoding the runic alphabet
• Über die Evolution der Sprachen
• Over het ontwerpen van talen
• The Art of Designing Languages
• Notes to the usage of the Spanish words Nos and Vos, Nosotros and Vosotros
• Notes to the Dual Form and the Nous-Concept in the Inari Sami language
• Over het filosofische Nous-concept
• Notes to the Philosophical Nous-Concept
• The Common Root for European Religions (published: ca. 27.10.2018)
• A Scenario for the Medieval Christianization of a Pagan Culture
• Een scenario voor de middeleeuwse kerstening van een heidens volk
• The Role of the Slavic gods Rod and Vid in the Futhorc-alphabet
• The Unification of Medieval Europe
• The Divergence of Germanic Religions
• De correlatie tussen de dualis, Vut, Svantevit en de Sint-Vituskerken
• The Correlation between Dual Forms, Vut, Svantevit and the Saint Vitus Churches
• Die Rekonstruktion der Lage des Drususkanals (published: ca. 27.9.2018)
• Die Entzifferung der Symbolik einer Runenreihe
• Deciphering the Symbolism in Runic Alphabets
• The Sky-God, Adam and the Personal Pronouns
• Notities rond het boek Tiw (Published ca. 6.2.2018)
• Notes to the book TIW
• Von den Völkern, die nach dem Futhark benannt worden sind
• Designing an Alphabet for the Runes
• Die Wörter innerhalb der „Futhark“-Reihe
• The hidden Symbolism of European Alphabets 31.1.2018, 09:46
• Etymology, Religions and Myths 17.1.2018, 08:36

• The Symbolism of the Yampoos and Wampoos in Poe's “Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym
from Nantucket” 6.1.2019, 05:43
• Notizen zu " Über den Dualis " und " Gesammelte sprachwissenschaftliche Schriften "
• Ϝut - Het Nederlandse sleutelwoord
• Concepts for the Dual Forms
• The etymology of the Greek dual form νώ (νῶϊ)
• Proceedings in the Ego-pronouns' Etymology
• Notities bij „De godsdiensten der volken“
• The Role of *Teiwaz and *Dyeus in Filosofy
• A Linguistic Control of Egotism
• The Design of the Futhark Alphabet
• An Architecture for the Runic Alphabets
• The Celtic Hair Bonnets (Published Jun 24, 2018)
• Die keltische Haarhauben
• De sculpturen van de Walterich-kapel te Murrhardt
• The rediscovery of a lost symbolism
• Het herontdekken van een vergeten symbolisme
• De god met de twee gezichten
• The 3-faced sculpture at Michael's Church in Forchtenberg
• Over de woorden en namen, die eeuwenlang bewaard gebleven zijn
• De zeven Planeten in zeven Brabantse plaatsnamen
• Analysis of the Futhorc-Header
• The Gods in the Days of the Week and inside the Futhor-alphabet
• Een reconstructie van de Nederlandse scheppingslegende
• The Symbolism in Roman Numerals
• The Keywords in the Alphabets Notes to the Futharc's Symbolism
• The Mechanisms for Depositing Loess in the Netherlands
• Over het ontstaan van de Halserug, de Heelwegen en Heilwegen in de windschaduw van de
Veluwe
• Investigations of the Rue d'Enfer-Markers in France
• Die Entwicklung des französischen Hellwegs ( " Rue d'Enfer "
• De oorsprong van de Heelwegen op de Halserug, bij Dinxperlo en Beltrum
• The Reconstruction of the Gothic Alphabet's Design
• Von der Entstehungsphase eines Hellwegs in Dinxperlo-Bocholt
• Over de etymologie van de Hel-namen (Heelweg, Hellweg, Helle..) in Nederland
• Recapitulatie van de projecten Ego-Pronomina, Futhark en Hellweg
• Over het ontstaan en de ondergang van het Futhark-alfabet
• Die Etymologie der Wörter Hellweg, Heelweg, Rue d'Enfer, Rue de l'Enfer und Santerre
• The Etymology of the Words Hellweg, Rue d'Enfer and Santerre
• The Decoding of the Kylver Stone' Runes 25.2.2018, 15:43
• The Digamma-Joker of the Futhark
• The Kernel of the Futhorc Languages
• De kern van de Futhark-talen
• Der Kern der Futhark-Sprachen
• De symboolkern IE van het Nederlands
• Notes to Guy Deutscher's "Through the Language Glass"
• Another Sight on the Unfolding of Language (Published 1 maart, 2018)
• Notes to the Finnish linguistic symbolism of the sky-god's name and the days of the week
• A modified Swadesh List (Published 12 / 17 / 2017)
• A Paradise Made of Words
• The Sky-God Names and the Correlating Personal Pronouns
• The Nuclear Pillars of Symbolism (Published 10 / 28 / 2017)
• The Role of the Dual Form in Symbolism and Linguistics (Oct 17, 2017)
• The Correlation between the Central European Loess Belt, the Hellweg-Markers and the
Main Isoglosses
• The Central Symbolic Core of Provencal Language (Oct 7, 2017)
Contents
Abstract.................................................................................................................................................2
My first contacts to the Walloon dialect...............................................................................................3
Correlating Walloon, Italic, Sardinian, Savoyan and Provencal dialects.........................................4
Correlations between sky-gods and personal pronouns around France...........................................5
The Sky-God Names and the Correlating Personal Pronouns..............................................................6
The main transit region in the etymological European pattern .......................................................7
The traces in the runic alphabet............................................................................................................8
The missionary effort to replace the old religion by Christianity.........................................................9
Saint Vitus........................................................................................................................................9
St. Willibrord...................................................................................................................................9
The Slavic deity Rod..........................................................................................................................10
The Names of the days of the week...............................................................................................10
The four names Krodo or Rod(u), Woden (Odin), Thor, Tiw or Tuw...........................................10
Notes to the Philosophical " Nous " -Concept ...................................................................................11
The archaic creation legend in Plato's Symposium.......................................................................12
The usage of the Spanish words Nos and Vos, Nosotros and Vosotros ........................................12
The role of Chilperic letters................................................................................................................13
The terminal phase of the archaic religion.....................................................................................14
The Search for Traces of a Dual Form in Quebec French..................................................................15
Conclusion..........................................................................................................................................16
Abstract..........................................................................................................................................16
Correlating Walloon, Italic, Sardinian, Savoyan and Provencal dialects.......................................16
The traces in the runic alphabet.....................................................................................................16
The missionary effort to replace the old religion by Christianity..................................................17
The Slavic deity Rod......................................................................................................................17
Notes to the Philosophical " Nous " -Concept ..............................................................................17
The archaic creation legend in Plato's Symposium.......................................................................17
The role of Chilperic letters...........................................................................................................17
The end of the archaic religion......................................................................................................18
The Search for Traces of a Dual Form in Quebec French.............................................................18
Appendix 1: Scribd- and Academia.edu-databases............................................................................19
2019 Woden (Wuþ, Wit)................................................................................................................20
Vit, Wit, Wittekind, Wita, Witan, Wiskunde (Simon Stevin)....................................................22
Runes (Futharc, Chilperic, Tiw, AE, Vit, Rod and Chrodo)......................................................23
Papers in Dutch language..........................................................................................................27
Mith and With ..........................................................................................................................27
The Dual Form..........................................................................................................................28
Alphabets (Ugaritic, Dutch, runic)............................................................................................29
The Creation Legend.................................................................................................................34
Chilperic's letters.......................................................................................................................35
Hair Braids and Bonnets...........................................................................................................36
2018 Tiw & Wit (Runes)................................................................................................................37
Nos and Vos, Nosotros and Vosotros ........................................................................................40
The Nous-concept.....................................................................................................................41
The Common Root for European Religions (The Vitus-cult)...................................................42
The Drusus' channel .................................................................................................................45
The Personal Pronouns .............................................................................................................46
The Dual forms.........................................................................................................................47
The alphabets............................................................................................................................48
The standard Header of the Runic Alphabets............................................................................52
The Transition from the Futhark to the Gothic alphabets.........................................................53
Decoding the Hellweg-names...................................................................................................53
Decoding the futhark-runes.......................................................................................................54
The Kylver stone.......................................................................................................................54
The Alphabets...........................................................................................................................56
Etymology, Linguistics Study...................................................................................................57
2017 The dual form........................................................................................................................58
The impact of the dual form......................................................................................................59
The mirror between Tuw and the dual “we”-pronouns ............................................................59
The role of the dual form..........................................................................................................61
The masking language Old-Greek ...........................................................................................62
The origin of long vowels (in Dutch)........................................................................................62
The iéu-conjugations in Provencal language............................................................................62
The iéu-suffices in 90 Provencal verbs.....................................................................................62
The Hebrew triconsonantal root of Adam's language (in Dutch)..............................................63
2016 Keywords (Dutch: Sleutelwoorden).....................................................................................64
The impact of too high and too low concentration of keywords...............................................64
The origin of language (De oorsprong van de taal)..................................................................64
Shakespeare's definition of Iago and Jonathan Swift's Yahoo..................................................64
2015 Synthesis Phase – Counterfeiting (2)....................................................................................65
Synthesis of Counterfeiting methods (in Religion and Economy)............................................65
Additional Color Symbolism....................................................................................................66
Overview (and Access tool)......................................................................................................66
Miranda & Goethe....................................................................................................................67
The study of German and Walloon Dialects............................................................................67
2014 Synthesis Phase – Linguistics (1).........................................................................................68
The study of Sumerian Cuneiform, Gothic, Manx, Danish, Oscan..........................................68
Etymology.................................................................................................................................70
Overview of the Synthesis Phase..............................................................................................71
Overview of Symbolism in my Paintings.................................................................................75
Implementing the Ego-concept.................................................................................................75
Analyzing Emerson's work "Nature" & the Yahoos in Gulliver's Travels................................75
Robert Musil's Salvator (or “Man without Qualities”)-Project.................................................75
Zeus & the pillars of the sky.....................................................................................................76
E-Vowel inscription at the Omphalos of Delphi ......................................................................77
Androgynous symbols...............................................................................................................77
Red & Blue in Aachen and Maastricht......................................................................................78
2013 – Vowel Symbolism..............................................................................................................79
Æ-words....................................................................................................................................79
Alphabetical hieroglyphs..........................................................................................................79
The planetary symbolism..........................................................................................................80
The Number of Vowels in Alphabet..........................................................................................81
PIE-Design................................................................................................................................82
Archaic Vowel symbolism........................................................................................................82
A Review of Vowel symbolism in IAU.....................................................................................83
Semiotics...................................................................................................................................84
2012 – Vowel-oriented Symbolism................................................................................................86
Etymology.................................................................................................................................86
Savoy and Nimes......................................................................................................................87
The Habsburg AEIOU-device...................................................................................................88
The PIE-Trinity-Concept...........................................................................................................88
Retrospects................................................................................................................................89
Color Codes in Josephus' records..............................................................................................89
Back to the Roots (Archetypes, Trinity, the Assyrian Ego- pronoun).......................................89
Designing a High-Precision language.......................................................................................90
Color Symbolism......................................................................................................................91
Rainbows in the “Stuppach Madonna”.....................................................................................91
New Year ..................................................................................................................................92
Salutations.................................................................................................................................92
The Danish Æ-pronoun.............................................................................................................92
Mithras Liturgy.........................................................................................................................93
Tuesday and Thursday..............................................................................................................93
The PIE-concept........................................................................................................................93
Redundancy...............................................................................................................................94
Goethe's Color Theory..............................................................................................................94
2011 – Vowel-oriented Symbolism................................................................................................95
Overview...................................................................................................................................95
Claudius' letters.........................................................................................................................95
The Alpine Pronouns 2..............................................................................................................95
The Alpine Pronouns 1..............................................................................................................96
Ælfric's Sermon.........................................................................................................................97
Dante.........................................................................................................................................97
The Mystery of the Seven Vowels.............................................................................................97
Translation Errors in Exodus.....................................................................................................97
The Vowel's Symbolism............................................................................................................98
The IU-Codes............................................................................................................................98
Delphi's Letter E........................................................................................................................98
Symbolism of Colors................................................................................................................98
2010 – The Ego-pronouns, PIE, Mirèio.......................................................................................100
Wycliffe...................................................................................................................................100
The Ego-Pronouns...................................................................................................................100
Widukind's Tomb....................................................................................................................101
PIE-Concept............................................................................................................................101
Frederi Mistral's poem Mirèio.................................................................................................102
Book of Common Prayer........................................................................................................102
Red & Blue, Purple's Symbolism............................................................................................103
Fontevraud..............................................................................................................................103
Waiblingen..............................................................................................................................103
Freemasonary..........................................................................................................................103
Illuminated Manuscripts.........................................................................................................104
Notitia Dignitatum..................................................................................................................104
Colored Idols...........................................................................................................................104
St. Peter...................................................................................................................................104
Hieronymos Bosch .................................................................................................................105
William of Orange...................................................................................................................105
The Kingfisher .......................................................................................................................105
Color Codes.............................................................................................................................105
The Last Supper......................................................................................................................106
Judas........................................................................................................................................106
2009 – Dyaus, Colors, Exodus, Flags, Hochdorf.........................................................................108
Red & Blue-combinations.......................................................................................................108
Red & Blue & Purple in the Bible..........................................................................................108
Hochdorf.................................................................................................................................108
Brabant....................................................................................................................................109
Dyaeus.....................................................................................................................................109
Appendix 2 – Published papers of Joannes Richter at Academia.edu.............................................110

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