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Turanian - Sumerian : Anagram Conspiracy

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posted on Jan, 21 2009 @ 06:14 PM
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A ENGLISH - SUMERIAN - TURKISH DICTIONARY

Prepared by

Polat Kaya

(September 12, 1997)

[A to G inclusive]

In the list below, the English words are the intermediary words between the Sumerian and the Turkish words.

English ...... Sumerian ..... Turkish

___________ ... _________ ... _____________

-ablaitive ........ Ka-ta ........ Kapu-tan, Kapu-dan

-accusative ........ Ka-n-i ........ kapu-n-u, KapI-y-I

-dative ........ Ka-na ....... Kapu-y-a

-equiative ........ Ka-gim ........ Kapu-kimi

-genetive ........ Ka-na(k) ........ Kapu-n-un

-innesive ........ Ka-ta ........ Kapu-da

3 ........ Es ........ üç

10 ........ U, un ........ on

Abundance ........ He-Gal ... g>b ........ bol

Accumulate ........ dirig ........ irk (toplamak) [ONT]

Adam ........ Adapa ........ Adam (atam)=my father; (homosapien) ataapa = father's father

Advice ........ Gal-ga ...g>b ........ Bil-ge

Air ........ Lil ...l>y ........ yil (yel)= wind

Ancestor ........ Bil-ga ........ Bil-ge (=knowledgable, experienced)

Anger ........ mir ...m>k ........ kiz-mak (=to get angry)

Ant ........ marun ...m>k ........ karîn-ca [ONT]

Arm ........ Kar ........ Kol, kar?

Ashes ........ De-Dal ... d>k ........ kül

Away from ........ -ta ........ -tan, -dan, -ten, -den (suffix)

Back ........ Eger ........ Eg~er (=saddle)

Back of head ........ Arku ........ arka (=back)

Band ........ dib ........ yip (=ip=string) [ONT]

Bank of river ........ Gu ... g>k ........ Kî-yî

Base ........ Ur ........ Uruk (=family, clan)

Be strong (to) ........ kalag ... g>ng ........ kaling (kalabalik, çok sürü; kalîn, kesif; çok, sayîsîz, sîk, koyu) [ONT]

Be great ........ Diri ........ Diri (=alive with life, energetic)

Beaches of river ........ Ki-A ........ Kî-yî

Bead ........ nunuz ... n>y ........ yinçü (=inci= pearl) [ONT]

Beans ........ Lu-ub ........ Lobya, Lobi (Uygur)

Bear ........ Az ... z>y ........ Ayî

Beard ........ Sig ........ Sak-al

Beat (to) ........ Tud ... d>v ........ döv

Beginning ........ Sha-Har ........ seher, tan (=morning)

Behind ........ E-Gir ........ geri

Belligerent ........ Kur ........ Kîr-an (=one who breaks)

Beloved ........ Ki-Aga ........ Aga (=Lord, elder brother, one who is respected and loved)

Bend (to) ........ Gur ........ Eg~ (=bend; Kîr = break)

Best ........ Sag ........ Sag~ (=unbroken, in best condition)

Bird ........ Mus~en ... m>k ........ Kus~ (notice the "kus~/mus~" saying in Turkish)

Bird ........ usa^an ........ kus^ (uçan)

Birdnest ........ us^ub ........ kus^+eb (kus^evi, yuva) [ONT]

Birth ........ Gal ........ Gö-bek (=navel, emblical chord)

Blacksmiths ........ Simug-A ... s>t ........ timur (=blacksmith); (temir= iron)

Blood ........ mud ... m>k ........ kan [ONT]

Blow (wind) (to) ........ es^ ........ es-mek [ONT]

Border ........ zag ... z>y ........ yaka (taraf, yan, civar) [ONT]

Border, limit ........ mas^ ... m>k ........ kas^ (kîyî, kenar) [ONT]

Breakthrough ........ Gu-Gir ........ KIr gir (=break and enter)

Breath ........ Lil ... l>y ........ yil (yel) (=wind)

Bright ........ zal ... z>y ........ yal-drîk, (yal-druk, parlak, süslü)

Bright, light ........ zalag ... z>y ........ yalîng (alev, yalçîn) [ONT]

Broker ........ Dam-Kar ........ KIr-an

Brother (older) ........ Bulug-Gal ........ Aga-bey; aka-uka (Ui.Tr)

Brother ........ S~es~ (Ses) ........ Kardas~

Build ........ Du ........ Dik (=build a house; sew a dress)

But ........ Am ........ Ama

Butter ........ Ia-Nun ........ Yag~

By the God ........ Dingir-E ........ Tengir icin , Tengi icin

Call ........ Sa ........ Ca-g~Ir

Cast away (to) ........ ku ........ ko-y (birakmak, koymak, terketmek, atmak)

Catch (to) ........ Gab ........ Kap= to snatch

Cattle stable ........ s^urum ... m>k ........ sürüg (sürü) [ONT]

Champion ........ Ur ........ Er, yigit (= brave man)

Chanal ........ garim ........ arik (ark; irmak) [ONT]

City ........ Uru, Ur ........ Uruk (=family, clan)

City ........ Sag-Uru ........ Sag~ (=complete, whole);

Cleanse ........ zalag ... z>y ........ Yala (= to clean by licking)

Cloth ........ Tug ........ E-tek

Come ........ Gen, Gin ........ Gel

Command ........ A-Aga ........ Aga (buyuk kis^i) (=Lord, one who commands)

Conqueror ........ Al-Tar ........ Tarkan

Constable (police) ........ Aga-Us ........ Aga (=Lord); Us (=reason); koy agasi (=village master)

Country side ........ Kur ........ KIr

Country ........ tir ........ yir (yer, toprak, [ONT]

Crown ........ Aga ........ Aga (=Lord)

Crush (to) ........ Gaz, Guz ........ Ez

Crush ........ gaz ........ ez-mek [ONT]

Cry ........ I-lu ........ Agla

Cut (to) ........ Has^ ........ Kes-mek

Cut into pieces (to) ........ kid2 ........ kid-mak (kiymak, öldürmek)[ONT]

Cut up (to) ........ Sil(a) 12,117 ........ S^IlI (Tele. Tr)=it cuts

Cut, break ........ tar ........ yar-mak [ONT]

Dagger ........ Giri-Ba-Da-Ra ........ Gir-en (=piercing instrument)

Dark ........ Ku-Kuga ........ Kara (=black)

Darkness ........ Ku-Ku (G) ........ Kara

Dawn ........ Sha-har ........ Seher, Tan

Day ........ U ........ Gün, Kün

Day, time (in general) ........ u4(d) ........ kün (gün, günes^, gündüz) [ONT]

Daybreak, dawn ........ dag ... g>ng ........ tang (tan, sabah vakti) [ONT]

Dead, to die ........ us^2 ...s^>l ........ öl (ölmek) [ONT]

Decree ........ A-Aga ........ Aga sözü(=Lord's orders)

Deity ........ Dingir ........ Tengir, Tengere, Tengri, Tangara

Desert ........ Kur ........ KIr (=not fertile land); Kum (=sand)

Discernment ........ umus^ ... m>k ........ ukus^ (akil, anlayis^) [ONT]

Disperse, undo (to) ........ bur ... r>z ........ boz-mak, yikmak [ONT]

Distance ........ Us ........ Az, uz (az gittik uz gittik gibi);

District ........ nanga ... n>y ........ yanga (yan, kanat)

Divorce ........ Tag ........ Dag~-Il (=separate, disperse)

Dog ........ Lik, Ur ........ bör, börü, it; kurt (=wolf)

Door ........ gis^ig ........ es^ik (kapi =outside) [ONT]

Drill (to) ........ bur 411,104 ........ Burgu (=drill)

Drive (to) ........ Hus 565,58 ........ Kos^u (Os. Tr)=wagon, coach ???

Elders ........ Ab-ba ........ Aba, apa

Enemy ........ taga ........ yagi (dus^man) [ONT]

Energetic ........ dirig ........ irig, diri [ONT]

Enourmous ........ Diri ........ iri

Equipment(for boat) ........ Su-Kara ........ su (=water); araç (=equipment)

Estate ........ E ........ Ev (=house, estate)

Esteem highly ........ Ig Kal ........ iyi, iygi (= good); Kal (=stay)


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posted on Jan, 21 2009 @ 06:28 PM
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Hello to all who wants to contribute to this thread .

I thought that I would provide an intro ;

Please take a look at this picture below :





This is a Turkic carpet ;


(Segment of a 2500 year old Turkish carpet) (The oldest known carpet in the world found in Pazyryk, Altai Mountains of Central Asia)



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BABYLON

The name "BABEL" (BABIL) and "BABYLON" are related words. "Babylon" is
described as: "An ancient city of Mesopotamia on the Euphrates,
capital of Babylonia from about 2100 B.C.; celebrated as a seat of
wealth, luxury, and vice." [6]

The term "vice" used above has synonyms such as: wickedness,
corruption, evil, dishonesty, immorality, etc. Thus, in its most
wealthy and hence, corrupt days, the city of Babylon must have been
filled with people who contributed such fame to this city. The city
is also famed for supposedly having a tower construction called "Tower
of Babel" which is the subject of this writing.

The term "Babel" is also related to the name Babylon. "BABEL" is
described as: "An ancient city in Shinar. —Tower of Babel 1 A tower
built by the descendants of Noah in Babel and intended to reach to
heaven: God punished the builders for their presumption by confusing
their language, preventing them from understanding each other and from
completing the tower, Genesis xi 9." [7]

The Greek-English dictionary defines the term "babulwnia" (babylonia)
as "babel, confusion (of languages)." [8]

Karen Armstrong, in her book entitled "A History of God" (1993),
writes about the area saying "the region was invaded by the Semitic
Akkadians who had adopted the language and culture of Sumer".

First of all, the Semitic Akkadians adopting the language and culture
of Sumer implies that they did not have a proper working language
and/or culture (töre) of their own. Secondly, "adopting" is a very
soft or cleansed term for what happened. The ancient Semitic Akkadians
anagrammatized the Sumerian/Turkish language to come up with the
so-called "Akkadian" in the same geographical area.

Encyclopaedia Britannica provides the following information regarding
the concept of "ANAGRAM". [9]

"ANAGRAM, the transposing of the letters of a word or group of words
so as to produce other words that possess meaning. The construction
of anagrams is of great antiquity, its invention being ascribed
without authority to the Jews, probably because the later Hebrew
writers, particularly the Cabalists, were fond of it, asserting that
"secret mysteries are woven in the numbers of letters." Anagrams were
known to the Greeks and also to the Romans, althought the known Latin
examples of words of more than one syllable are nearly all imperfect.
They were popular throughout Europe during the middle ages and later,
particularly in France, where a certain Thomas Billon was appointed
"anagrammatist to the king."

Particularly the Cabalists being fond of anagrammatizing is very
meaningful. A "cabal" is defined as: [10] "1. The secret artifices
of a few persons united in a close design; intrigue. 2. A secret
association of a few designing persons; a junto. -v.i.; CABALLED;
CABALLING. To unite in or form a cabal; to intrigue."

Similarly "cabala" is defined as: [11] "1. A kind or system of
occult theosophy or mystical interpretation of the scriptures among
Jewish rabbis and certain mediaval Christians. 2. Secretor
esotericdoctrine or science, in general; occultism; mystic art ;
mystery."

As seen from these definitions, a"cabal" is someone who is involved in
secrecy, intrigue, conspiracy and junta (junto) to overthrow an
existing system or government. Evidently, ancient Semitic Babylon had
cabalists with secret activities to overthrow the ancient Tur/Turk
Sumerian civilization.

Karen Armstrong also writes about the ancient Sumer cities of Ur,
Erech & Kish as "the first great culture of 'Oikumene' (the civilized
world)". This indicates that it was the ancient Turanians, i.e.,
Sumerians, Masarians (MISIR) and other Tur peoples, who created the
first great civilization that present civilization is almost totally
based on.


SHINAR

The name SHINAR in Akkadian refers to the original owners of the land,
that is, the SUMERIANS before it was invaded by the Semitic Akkadians.
The name SHINAR is very much reminiscent of the Turkish "iSHINAR"
("iSHI + NAR") meaning "Light of glowing fire" or "light from a
glowing fire" which is a description of the SUN and the "SUNLIGHT".
Sumerians, as believers of the Sun-God UTU, in their language, would
have also been identified as SHINAR (ISHINAR) meaning "sun and
sunlight" people, where SHINAR is an anagram made by the Akkadians.

Additionally, Sumerian term for "God" was "DINGIR" like the Turkish
"TENGIR" for Sky-God. But even embedded in DINGIR is the Turkish word
"GINDIR" (Gündür) meaning "it is the SUN" which was the ancient
Turanian "Sun-God (Gün-Tanri). Thus the Tur Sumerians, like all other
Turs/Turks, were Sun worshippers all the time and had differing names
for the Sun deity. Their country being called SHINAR (ISHINAR) by the
Akkadians is quite expected, although the name is visibly distanced
from ISHINAR.


MESOPOTAMIA

The area known by the term "MESOPOTAMIA" also includes the the city of
Babylon. It is defined as the land between the rivers EUPHRATES and
TIGRIS in IRAK. It is said that the Greek name means "between the
rivers". [12] Same source also gives the Hebrew definition of this
name as: "ARAM-NAHARAIM", that is, "Aram of the two rivers". [13]
This Hebrew definition is very enlightening because both "ARA" and
"NAHAR" (NEHIR) are words that are used in Turkish. Particularly, the
Hebrew word ARAM and Turkish ARA are the same. Turkish "ARA" means
"space between two things", in this case between two rivers.
Additionally, Turkish word "ARAM" means "my space between me and the
next object". How did ARA get to be in HEBREW language - unless
HEBREW was Turkish originally? I have pointed out before that the
name "HEBREW" is a distorted Turkish expression coming from Turkish
"BIR-O" referring to the Turanian Sky God.

The ancient Canaanites and Phoeniciens were called "HEBREW" and were
Turkic speaking Tur peoples. They were not Semitics as falsely
claimed.

The Latin word HEBRAEUS is defined as "Hebrew, Jewish". [14] But the
term "HEBRAEUS", when rearranged as "HE-BER-AUS", is Turkish
expression "AHA BIR AUS" (Aga Bir Oguz) meaning: a) "Lord One OGUS"
the ancient Turanian Sky-God, and its believers i.e., the OGUZ people
and b) the speakers of "Lord One Language", that is, Turkish "AHA-BIR
AUS" (Aga-Bir Aguz) meaning Turkish - indicating that all OGUZ
believers were speaking one language. Thus, this title "HEBRAEUS"
refers very much to Turkish speaking Oguz people rather than to Jews
as wrongfully claimed. This makes the identity of "HEBREW" very
questionable. "JEWS" and "HEBREW" are not the same people.

Thus both ARA and ARAM are pure Turkish words and refer to a space
between two objects. With this background, the term "ARAM-NAHARAIM",
when decrypted as "NAHAR-ARAIAM-M", is an anagram of Turkish
expression "NEHIR ARAYAM" (nehir arasiyam, nehir arasiyim) meaning "I
am the space between rivers". This definition in Turkish is the exact
meaning attributed to both the Hebrew and Greek definitions. Such
exact correspondence is not due to coincidence. Evidently, intentional
manipulations of Turkish words and phrases have been carried out by
skillful anagrammatizers. Even the Semitic term "NAHAR" and its
Turkish version "NEHIR" are anagrams of the original Turkish word
IRMAH ("irmak" meaning "river") where an M to N change has taken place
in the rearrangement of the Turkish word into Semitic NAHAR.


The Greek term "MESOPOTAMIA" is also an anagram of a Turkic expression
but is not necessarily related to the complete land of Mesopotamia.
It seems that the meaning of this word is related to the ancient name
of Babylonia only - which was a part of all of the land between the
rivers rather than the whole of the land called "Mesopotamia"
presently. This we will see below under BABYLON.

a) "MESOPOTAMIA", when decrypted letter-by-letter as "PO ATAMIS OEM",
is an anagram of Turkish expression "APA-ATAMIZ ÖYEM" meaning "I am
the Homeland of our grandfathers". This indicates that area was
initially the homeland of Turkish speaking peoples. In this anagram,
Turkish "OEM" (öyem/öyüm) means "I am the house" or "I am the
homeland" in Eastern Anatolian, and Azerbaijan dialects of Turkish.
Türkish "APA-ATAMIZ" means "our grandfathers". We will find below in
this paper that this meaning of the word Mesopoatamia is also verified
by one meaning of the term BABIL (BABEL).

b) "MESOPOTAMIA", when decrypted as "PASA-OTEM OIM", with respect to
Tur Sumerians and other Turkic peoples, is an anagram of Turkish
expression "PASA-ATAM OEM" (Pasha Atam öyem) meaning "I am the home of
my lordly Fathers". Thus referring to this land as the home of
Turanian Tur/Turk peoples which is a fact since the time of Sumerians
and even earlier.

c) "MESOPOTAMIA", when decrypted as "POSA-ATEM OIM", with respect to
the invading Akkadian wanderers, is an anagram of Turkish expression
"POSA ATAM OIM" (Posha Atam öyem) meaning "I am the home of my Gypsy
Fathers". Thus, the term also refers to this area as the home of
wandering peoples probably since the time of Akkadians. However, the
fact is that all these references are made in Turkish.

The present name IRAK is a form of the Sumerian city name URUK which
is the Biblical name ERECH. Thus the Sumerian name has been altered at
least twice up to present times. Evidently somebody was very busy in
renaming this old Ottoman (i.e., UTU-MAN) province as IRAK. Linguists
may not necessarily connect the present name of IRAK with the ancient
Sumerian (by another name "UTU-MAN", that is "the sun believers") name
URUK. The city name URUK is very much the Turkish word "ÖRÜK" or
possibly in the form of "ORUK/URUK" in ancient times meaning "woven or
constructed". Any city is an URUK (ÖRÜK), that is, "constructed"
place.

So it is seen that many ancient Turanian names have been restructured
(anagrammatized) which leads to all the confusion that researchers experience.

Regarding the area called Mesopotamia, the same source, in an
additional definition gives the term: "PADAN-ARAM; that is, the plain
of Aram, a country between the Euphrates and Tigris northwards;
residence of Bethuel, Abram, Laban, and Jacob, Genesis (Gen.) 24, Gen.
25.20, Gen. 28.2-7, Gen. 31.18, Gen. 33.18, Gen. 46.15, Gen. 48.7."
[15]

In this definition, the term "ARAM" becomes a "noun" as if it was the
name given to the land between the rivers. Thus the land identified by
the name Mesopotamia becomes ARAM derived from Turkish again.

About The Names ABRAM, LABAN, JACOB and BETHUEL:

Additionally, I like to note that the names ABRAM, LABAN, JACOB and
BETHUEL are the anagrammatized personifications of the ancient
Turanian creator "Sky-Father-God, Sun-God, Moon-God and the Wind-God,
indicating that all of these four deities were recognized and
worshipped in Mesopotamia.

In these anagrams, ABRAM, when decrypted as BR-AAM is an anagram of
Turkish "Bir-Agam" meaning "My One Lord" referring to the ancient
Turanian creator Sky-Father-God, LABAN is from Turkish "AL aBa AN"
meaning "Red Father Sky" which is the Sun, JACOB (YAKUB), since there
was no letter "J" at that time, and "J" was a later invention to
replace letter "I" or "Y" in order to cause further confusion, is an
anagram of Turkish expression "AY-BeK" meaning "Moon Lord", and
BETHUEL, since Greek letter H is actually an "I" and U=Y, is from
Turkish "BEYTI YEL" meaning "Wind is the Lord". Thus these four
ancient Turanian deities were being followed in the place called
"ARAM", that is, Mesopotamia.


[edit on 21-1-2009 by 23432]



posted on Jan, 21 2009 @ 06:45 PM
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I am unsure what the point of this post is... I mean, it's interesting and all - I know that "En" means "Lord," and I see "Lil" means "air" - which makes sense as The Terra Papers mention that AN-EN (Enlil) was Lord of the Air...

But what was your goal in posting this here?



posted on Jan, 21 2009 @ 07:03 PM
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Originally posted by Amaterasu
I am unsure what the point of this post is... I mean, it's interesting and all - I know that "En" means "Lord," and I see "Lil" means "air" - which makes sense as The Terra Papers mention that AN-EN (Enlil) was Lord of the Air...

But what was your goal in posting this here?



Hello there Amaterasu , thanks for your reply .

The goal is to Deny Ignorance , as usual .


Many Latin and Ancient Greek words seems to be manufactured / made / produced / anagrammitised (sp?) into existence .

oh , Sumerian and Turkish are extremely related , it seem to me and Mr Polat Kaya .

just google mr Polat Kaya , Heritage Central Asia , you'll see where this is going to . .

Cheers



posted on Jan, 21 2009 @ 08:11 PM
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I recognized some of the words, other than English.

And the only recent connection that I had was this carpet
in a painting:

/96hbdg


In Russian folk tales, Baba Yaga can supply Ivan the Fool or Ivan Tsarevich with a flying carpet or some other magical gifts (e.g., a ball that rolls in front of the hero showing him the way or a towel that can turn into bridge). Such gifts help the hero to find his way "beyond thrice-nine lands, in the thrice-ten kingdom".

In 1880, the rich industrialist Savva Mamontov commissioned Viktor Vasnetsov to illustrate a folk talk about Ivan and the Firebird. The painting represents Ivan returning home after capturing the Firebird, which he keeps in a cage. Ivan is riding the flying carpet in the early morning mist. This work was Vasnetsov's first attempt at illustrating Russian folk tales and inaugurated a famous series of paintings on the themes drawn from Russian folklore. When exhibited at the 8th exhibition of the Peredvizhniki, the painting was panned by leading critics as a commercially motivated betrayal of realism and return to the aesthetics of Romanticism. On the other hand, it was enthusiastically received by the Slavophile artists from the Abramtsevo art colony.


Sorry about not contributing.



posted on Jan, 22 2009 @ 02:07 PM
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reply to post by 23432
 


Sorry... I posted my reply as you were posting the second of yours. LOL!

Having read your subsequent post I can now see where you were going. Thanks for your reply.



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