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On the Kabbalah. On Esoteric “Secrets.” A Luciferian Perspective. On the Prophet of the New Aeon

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posted on May, 17 2011 @ 03:02 AM
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posted on May, 17 2011 @ 03:17 AM
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Once again, you do not understand either Latin or Hebrew. The etymology of the word Satan has nothing to do with Summerian culture.

Yes it does, I provided enough information.



Really? Once again your ignorance in Latin is apparent. Please show me where the word 'an' appears in Modern or Classical Latin in refernce to what you said.

I quoted your masonic fried , you can find it there.




I assume that this is your childish way of admitting that you were incorrect. Be an adult and admit when you were wrong.

No on the contrary, I was right all along.



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posted on May, 17 2011 @ 07:45 AM
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Originally posted by pepsi78
I quoted your masonic fried , you can find it there.

Latin word annus is year.


Which is exactly what I posted earlier.


Further more it can be clear, the root name AN is applied to anything that has a time line.

"An"niversria, "an"niversary , from Latin feminine of "AN"niversrius, returning yearly


You do notice that there are two 'N's in those words? The reason is they are based on the word annus, not an.



No on the contrary, I was right all along.


How were you right when you quoted a site that contradicted you when you asserted that Catholicism teaches rapture philosophy? Do you have some sort of short term memory issue? You were very wrong and then refused to show any evidence claiming it was off topic. Stop being juvenile.



posted on May, 17 2011 @ 08:16 AM
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Latin word annus is year.
Which is exactly what I posted earlier.

AN means year in romanian, venetian, french, Friulian, the rest bare close resemblence so I don't know what you mean. I don't know when you are going to stop this BS.

Closest to Latin
In Romanian = AN
In Italian = Anno
In Venetian =AN
In Spanish = ANO
In French = AN
In Friulian: AN

Native Europeans and the origins of the Latin language.
The Indo european language is the language where later Latin originated from. Language like the Romanian with a Tracian tribes (the Dacians) already speaking a close language in proximity to Latin (a Indo Europian type of language) before mixing with the roman empire. It's why for example Romanian is closest to classical latin in verb and gramar pronunciation, because Latin it's self sprang from Indo Europian Language. It is the case for others as well.

Again so you can see it.
In Romanian = AN =year.
In Venetian =AN =year.
In French = AN =year .
In Friulian: AN =year.





How were you right when you quoted a site that contradicted you when you asserted that Catholicism teaches rapture philosophy? Do you have some sort of short term memory issue? You were very wrong and then refused to show any evidence claiming it was off topic. Stop being juvenile.


I don't care about the catholic rapture, it's off the subject anyway, it runs deep within catholic comunity, it's where it's from, it originated or spang from the catholics, if it's officialy from the curch or just from catholic community I don't really hold interest in it.




You do notice that there are two 'N's in those words? The reason is they are based on the word annus, not an.

It's obvius with you, you don't know how to lose, you should learn to.


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posted on May, 17 2011 @ 11:52 AM
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Originally posted by pepsi78
AN means year in romanian, venetian, french, Friulian, the rest bare close resemblence so I don't know what you mean. I don't know when you are going to stop this BS.

Closest to Latin
In Romanian = AN
In Italian = Anno
In Venetian =AN
In Spanish = ANO
In French = AN
In Friulian: AN


You really need to get a grasp on history. What do these languages all have in common? The all came from Latin. Meaning, prior to Latin they did not exist. Meaning the word 'an' can not have anything to do with Satan as the Etruscans and Romans used the word 'annus' to denote the elasping of time.


The Indo european language is the language where later Latin originated from. Language like the Romanian with a Tracian tribes (the Dacians) already speaking a close language in proximity to Latin (a Indo Europian type of language) before mixing with the roman empire. It's why for example Romanian is closest to classical latin in verb and gramar pronunciation, because Latin it's self sprang from Indo Europian Language. It is the case for others as well.


You are doing it again by talking about something you know very, very little of. Indo-European language does not us the word 'an' to denote a year. Sorry, try inventing more facts, maybe others will believe you.


EtymologyFrom Proto-Indo-European *hₐet-nos-, from *hₐet- (“to go”). Cognate with Gothic 𐌰𐌸𐌽 (aþn, “year”), Sanskrit अटति (aṭati, “he goes”)Source


Opps. Did you just do something silly again? Yup. Notice the Proto-Indo-Eurpean root has nothing to do with the word 'an'.



I don't care about the catholic rapture, it's off the subject anyway, it runs deep within catholic comunity, it's where it's from, it originated or spang from the catholics, if it's officialy from the curch or just from catholic community I don't really hold interest in it.


Of course you do not care. You posted something contradictory and now can not find anything to support your point. Stop being disengenious.



It's obvius with you, you don't know how to lose, you should learn to.


I eagerly await your next post of nonesensical and fabricated factoids.



posted on May, 17 2011 @ 12:09 PM
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You really need to get a grasp on history. What do these languages all have in common? The all came from Latin. Meaning, prior to Latin they did not exist. Meaning the word 'an' can not have anything to do with Satan as the Etruscans and Romans used the word 'annus' to denote the elasping of time.

They did exist as Indo european languages, further more the word it's self ANNUS should be enough to show that it is the derivation from AN , meaning year in so many latin langueges that are a mix between "Latin and the Indo European heritage they had" So I hold my statement. Indo european languages. Here they are, one of them that I have talked about is:


en.wikipedia.org...
Dacian language — possibly very close to Thracian.

Latin comes from Indo European Langueges and not the other way around.
To explain this it's very simple, Latin formed from these langueges, since it did it shows similarities, After Latin was formed the Roman Empire started the conquests, the teritories they occupied spoke "Indo European Langueges" as a result "Latin" that has formed from them in the past, came in contact with the langueges once again, forming a mix between the languages and Latin.





You are doing it again by talking about something you know very, very little of. Indo-European language does not us the word 'an' to denote a year. Sorry, try inventing more facts, maybe others will believe you.


EtymologyFrom Proto-Indo-European *hₐet-nos-, from *hₐet- (“to go”). Cognate with Gothic 𐌰𐌸𐌽 (aþn, “year”), Sanskrit अटति (aṭati, “he goes”)Source



There were many Indo Europian languages, some of them even went extinct, to classify everything into the "proto Indo european root language" is silly.




Opps. Did you just do something silly again? Yup. Notice the Proto-Indo-Eurpean root has nothing to do with the word 'an'.

Your idea of "proto indo european" is just one language.

en.wikipedia.org...



I eagerly await your next post of nonesensical and fabricated factoids.


I'm not fabricating anything, the word annus should be enough to show that the begining of the word starts with "An"nus.

en.wiktionary.org...
Even the pronunciation in latin is AN dot nus.
/ˈan.nus/

IT is you that are trying to prove the unprovable. Anyone can see beyond this except who does not want to see.

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posted on May, 17 2011 @ 01:40 PM
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We have deviated so much of course, we were to debate Satan=Saturn, I have provided the evidence.
Because you had nothing to contra attack me with you instead attacked me on the word "AN" as a last line introduction to hype your view higher. I find it that you have failed even here.

SAT-AN. 666 Understanding Saturn is a depiction of Satan. You quote me on "what you can" and leave the rest aside, you can't quote me on everything, so you pick out things you think you have a "chance at" what a pity.


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posted on May, 17 2011 @ 04:43 PM
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Originally posted by pepsi78
Dacian language — possibly very close to Thracian.


And? Dacian and Thracian have no know word 'an' or one that corresponds to the Latin word 'annus'.


There were many Indo Europian languages, some of them even went extinct, to classify everything into the "proto Indo european root language" is silly.


Then maybe you should take up your issue with etymologist as they are the ones who classified them as Proto-Indo-European. I only happen to be the one pointing this out to your misguided-self.


Your idea of "proto indo european" is just one language.


No, there are many.

en.wikipedia.org...


I'm not fabricating anything, the word annus should be enough to show that the begining of the word starts with "An"nus.


So do the words antagonize and anterior. What is your point? The root word for 'annus' is not 'an'. It continues to amaze me that you still argue with people who studied Latin and have pointed this out to you again and again.


en.wiktionary.org...
Even the pronunciation in latin is AN dot nus.
/ˈan.nus/


Are you kidding me? What does that have to do with anything? Here is another Latin-based word: STUPID.


Origin:
1535–45; < Latin stupidus = stup(ēre) to be numb or stunned + -idus -id4


The syllables are 'stu-' and '-pid' even though the root word is 'stup'. Your continued butchery of languages is appalling and quite frankly, ignorant.


IT is you that are trying to prove the unprovable. Anyone can see beyond this except who does not want to see.


Here is a challenege for you. Find a reputable source that says the definition of the Latin word 'an' means 'year' or 'time' and you will have soundly won your arguement. I have a suspicion that you will somehow circumvent this point and pull more misleading statements out of your anus (starts with 'an').



posted on May, 17 2011 @ 04:54 PM
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Originally posted by pepsi78
We have deviated so much of course, we were to debate Satan=Saturn, I have provided the evidence.
Because you had nothing to contra attack me with you instead attacked me on the word "AN" as a last line introduction to hype your view higher.


Are you even speaking English here? What does that mean? Contra attack? Hype your view higher?

Satan was not a being the Romans believed in, the had numerous mythological figures in their pantheon but he was not one of them. Neither was he equated with Saturn in other cultures who shared a simliar mythological being as Saturn.


In Babylon he was called Ninib and was an agricultural deity. Saturn, called Cronus by the Greeks, was, at the dawn of the Ages of the Gods, the Protector and Sower of the Seed and his wife, Ops, (called Rhea by the Greeks) was a Harvest Helper. Saturn was one of the Seven Titans or Numina and with them, reigned supreme in the Universe. The Titans were of incredible size and strength and held power for untold ages, until they were deposed by Jupiter.

In Hindu mythology and Astrology Saturn is called Shani. Shani is embodied in the planet Saturn. Shani is the Lord of Saturday; the word "Shani" also denotes the seventh day or Saturday in most Indian languages. Shani is a Deva and son of Surya (the Hindu Sun God) and his wife Chhaya (Shadow goddess) and hence also known as Chayyaputra. He is the elder brother of Yama, the Hindu God of death, who in some scriptures corresponds to the deliverance of justice. Interestingly, Surya's two sons Shani and Yama judge. Shani gives us the results of one's deeds through one's life through appropriate punishments and rewards; Yama grants the results of one's deeds after death. source



I find it that you have failed even here.


How? Did I quote a source to support my arguement without realizing it was contradictory like you did?


SAT-AN. 666 Understanding Saturn is a depiction of Satan. You quote me on "what you can" and leave the rest aside, you can't quote me on everything, so you pick out things you think you have a "chance at" what a pity.


No, my language inventing friend, I quote you on what is provable, recognizable and historical fact.



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posted on May, 18 2011 @ 01:07 AM
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And? Dacian and Thracian have no know word 'an' or one that corresponds to the Latin word 'annus'.

Most of the Dacian language has been lost, only a small portion of it survived.



en.wikipedia.org...
The Dacian language is poorly documented. Unlike ancient Thracian, or Phrygian, only one Dacian inscription is known to have survived.[7][8] In ancient literary sources, the Dacian names for a number of medicinal plants and herbs survive in ancient texts[9][10] that includes about 60 plants names with Dioscorides.[11] Dacian language is also known through about 1,150 proper names[8][12]), about 900 toponyms.[8] Finally, there are few hundreds words in modern Albanian and Romanian languages, which were often suggested to originate in ancient languages like Dacian (see List of Romanian words of possible Dacian origin).




Then maybe you should take up your issue with etymologist as they are the ones who classified them as Proto-Indo-European. I only happen to be the one pointing this out to your misguided-self.


Hardly, this proves my point.
Dacian Indo Europian Language


www.dacia.org...
What language, or dialect did Geta-Dacians (namely Pelasgians, or Thracians) actually speak? And there can be no more than two answers, between which we can choose only one: either they had been using a totally different language than their future-to-be conquerors and were compelled, as a result, in learning some Latin after around 14% of old Dacian territory being conquered by the Emperor Trajan's Legions, in 106 A.D., or... the Dacian population's very native language had already proved so similar to Latin that any need to learn something "different" was unnecessary.





en.wikipedia.org...
At this moment in the internet could be found a lot of study about the fact that the tracian language and especial the dacian language was close to latin.





So do the words antagonize and anterior.

Yes anterior, has to do with time, it's translated, "into before" "previously"
translate.google.com...|en|anterior

You should also check out "anotimp", 12 months the season
translate.google.com...|en|anterior




What is your point? The root word for 'annus' is not 'an'. It continues to amaze me that you still argue with people who studied Latin and have pointed this out to you again and again.

The root word derives from AN, it's obvius.
Proof.
Romanian AN=YEAR.

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posted on May, 18 2011 @ 02:13 AM
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Satan was not a being the Romans believed in, the had numerous mythological figures in their pantheon but he was not one of them. Neither was he equated with Saturn in other cultures who shared a simliar mythological being as Saturn.

I'm sorry you are wrong, the Romans got Saturn from the Greeks, the Greeks got it from the middle east, it's the same character. Same gods past on to civilisations in time.

SAT-AN was SAT-URN. exactly what we are talking about "THE GOD OF TIME" the yearly cicle.


www.roman-colosseum.info...
Jurisdiction: He was described as being the Roman God of Harvest and Agriculture
Mythology: Mythical Family Tree or Relatives: Saturn was believed to be the God of Time, Harvest and Agriculture.





www.wordsources.info...
Harvest time in ancient Italy belonged to the god of reaping, whom the Romans called Saturn. A symbol curved like his sickle represents the planet.


We all know who Chronos was.



Yet more evidence in my favor.
Chronos the the chronometer.
Chronometer

Ohh boy good luck debunking this.



No, my language inventing friend, I quote you on what is provable, recognizable and historical fact.

I'm not inventing anything


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posted on May, 18 2011 @ 08:18 AM
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Just a quick question....

How tough would it be for you to get back on topic and stop spamming the thread with your borderline attempts at Latin?



posted on May, 18 2011 @ 08:38 AM
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Originally posted by YourPopRock
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Just a quick question....
How tough would it be for you to get back on topic and stop spamming the thread with your borderline attempts at Latin?

If you want to quote me on something do it, it is you who is spamming not me.

Found something for you and Augustus boy.



www.thetipsbank.com...
anno (an.) - year




www.yuni.com...
Anno (an.) - Year

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posted on May, 18 2011 @ 11:51 AM
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Originally posted by pepsi78
Most of the Dacian language has been lost, only a small portion of it survived.


No kidding. So I can not see how you can try to compare a language that has aproximately 1,000 known words with any other language, let alone try to convince people that they used the word 'an' to denote time.


Hardly, this proves my point.
Dacian Indo Europian Language


www.dacia.org...
What language, or dialect did Geta-Dacians (namely Pelasgians, or Thracians) actually speak? And there can be no more than two answers, between which we can choose only one: either they had been using a totally different language than their future-to-be conquerors and were compelled, as a result, in learning some Latin after around 14% of old Dacian territory being conquered by the Emperor Trajan's Legions, in 106 A.D., or... the Dacian population's very native language had already proved so similar to Latin that any need to learn something "different" was unnecessary.


Oh man, you did it again! Your first source is a pure opinion piece from an anonymous author who does not site any known references. Nice try.

As for your second source I normally do not have an issue with using Wikipedia as a source as most reputable essays on the site will use footnoted and annotated references or sources. You, however, linked an article that is lacking in any sources, it is soley the opinion of one person. Did you even read it? Here, let me help you:


Why does this article keep changing......without at all apparently getting better?


Doh!


I think it's gotten better (NPOV, bit more exact), but I don't think it has gotten good.


Doh! Doh!


...but I'm waiting to find more real references so I can review what led to their conclusions.


Well, at least he admitted he pulled it out of his butt.


Up to date With just a few word it is not posible i supose for anybody to tell us what kind of language was dacian


Oh, no! Nort possible?! Maybe we can invent something then.



And it is also filled with such atrocious grammar and syntax for people who tend utilize it themselves. Including the one you provided.


At this moment in the internet could be found a lot of study about the fact that the tracian language and especial the dacian language was close to latin.


Well maybe we should all go 'in the internet' and find it.



Yes anterior, has to do with time, it's translated, "into before" "previously"
translate.google.com...|en|anterior


Hello McFly. Ante- is the root word of the first syllable, not 'an', ante- as in anti- from the Greek.


Origin of ANTE-
Middle English, from Latin, from ante before, in front of; akin to Old English and- against, Greek anti before, against



The root word derives from AN, it's obvius.
Proof.
Romanian AN=YEAR.


Do me a favor. Plug the word 'an' into a Latin translator and tell me what comes up? I am still waiting for you to cite a source that shows that 'an' is the root word for 'annus'.


I'm sorry you are wrong, the Romans got Saturn from the Greeks, the Greeks got it from the middle east, it's the same character. Same gods past on to civilisations in time.


Well then, please link something that shows how the Hebrews confused Satan (The Advesary) with the Roman god Saturn (God of the harvest), or viceversa.


Ohh boy good luck debunking this.


Nobody is disputing the name Saturn and what he symbolized, only that his name did not derive from Satan and that the word 'an' means time in Latin. Keep your arguement straight.


I'm not inventing anything.


Sure, and then you go out and try to find sites that match without reading them completely.


Originally posted by pepsi78
Found something for you and Augustus boy.



www.thetipsbank.com...
anno (an.) - year




www.yuni.com...
Anno (an.) - Year


Oh man, you are hysterical. Please, please, please stop and read things before you post them. Notice the . (period) after the letters 'a' and 'n'? That denotes it is abbreviated, not a whole word. You know, like tsp. for teaspoon? It does not mean that tsp is the root word for teaspoon. But you knew that, right?



posted on May, 18 2011 @ 02:14 PM
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Oh man, you did it again! Your first source is a pure opinion piece from an anonymous author who does not site any known references. Nice try.

No it's a fact that Indo Europian langueges were close to latin because that is where Latin came from.



Commenting on this.


www.wisegeek.com...
The word anterior is a derivative of the word ante, which means “before.”

It is exactly what I have said.



Do me a favor. Plug the word 'an' into a Latin translator and tell me what comes up? I am still waiting for you to cite a source that shows that 'an' is the root word for 'annus'.

The word Annus it's self starts with AN, this should be enough to demonstrate the connection.
As I told you Latin came from the indo european langueges "not regarding the "PROTO INDO EUROPEAN ROOT" but the langueges.



Well then, please link something that shows how the Hebrews confused Satan (The Advesary) with the Roman god Saturn (God of the harvest), or viceversa.

I did you will find it in my posts, they include regarding the Kabalah, deities and so on.
But just for you maybe I will do it once again.
It is clear that you have not red the posts.



Oh man, you are hysterical. Please, please, please stop and read things before you post them. Notice the . (period) after the letters 'a' and 'n'?


What an abravation is ...contraction of a word is made by omitting certain letters or syllables and bringing together the first and last letters or elements, so it is not a regular abravation( shortening as you call it)

You may be refering to a synonym or to a acronym(another trype of abbravation) in case of this initial components in a phrase or name for example .OK =OKAY in this case OK is the initial component, the root.
In case that the root word is AN then it is an abravation by acronym since it's the begining and the end of the word. Meaning it's the root word.



en.wikipedia.org...
Acronyms and initialisms are abbreviations formed from the initial components in a phrase or name


I'm sorry but I do not agree with you," it's not just a shortening"

What a regular Abbreviation is.


en.wikipedia.org...
A contraction of a word is made by omitting certain letters or syllables and bringing together the first and last letters or elements


And it is stated that.


In strict analysis, abbreviations should not be confused with contractions or acronyms


In any simple way anyone can see that An is the beggining of the word annus, and that in other Langueges AN means year. But you want to argue.

Take for example masonry.
The word mason.
....MAMA Ma-SON. A son of a mother.

Words are really simple to catch really.
Only people that do not want to see won't see it.
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posted on May, 18 2011 @ 03:12 PM
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Originally posted by pepsi78
No it's a fact that Indo Europian langueges were close to latin because that is where Latin came from.


No one is disputing that Latin is derived from Indus based languages, stop changing the goal posts. My point was that you once again posted a crap source without any citations or references. Post reputable sources, not opinions!



It is exactly what I have said.


No, you said 'an' is a temporal reference and used one of the words I supplied to prove a point (anterior), I just showed that the Greek base for this word has nothing to do with time. Short term memory loss strikes again.


The word Annus it's self starts with AN, this should be enough to demonstrate the connection.
As I told you Latin came from the indo european langueges "not regarding the "PROTO INDO EUROPEAN ROOT" but the langueges.


Genius, Proto-Indo-European and Indo-European are partically the same thing in reference to etymology. You would have understood this if you read the links I provided. It does not matter that it starts with 'an'. The root language of the Indo-Eurpoan's does not have 'an' as a temporal reference. If they did you would have had a link by now. Stop stone walling and produce it if it exists.


I did you will find it in my posts, they include regarding the Kabalah, deities and so on.
But just for you maybe I will do it once again.
It is clear that you have not red the posts.


I have indeed read your Hebrew (and other language) -butchering posts and the only thing that is crystal clear as an azure sky is that you have no idea what you are talking about. Link a source that shows that Saturn and Satan are the same diety or where that was infered historically.


Ohhh so the short meaning of annus is AN, well what a coincidence.


The abbreviation of Mister is Mr. is that now a word too? Get a grip dude. Abbreviations of words are not indicators of the roots words of the sylabelles used to construct them.


On second note..
What an abravation is ...contraction of a word is made by omitting certain letters or syllables and bringing together the first and last letters or elements, so it is not an abravation, so I would argue.


Now that you have sufficently raped and pillaged Latin, Greek, Hebrew, etc you decide to move on to English? Since you 'would argue' then argue this; what is the abbreviation for the word 'January'? Is it 'Jan.' or 'Jy.'? Or how about 'month'? Is it 'Mh'.? Hmmmmm.


You may be refering to a synonym or to a acronym(another trype of abbravation) in case of this initial components in a phrase or name for example .O.K =OKAY in this case OK is the initial component, the root.


Here is your chance to be an adult and say, "I know what you meant and I tried to put one over on you and got caught.....again."


In case that the root word is AN then it is an abravation since it's the begining and the end of the word.


You keep spinning those wheels.


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posted on May, 18 2011 @ 03:25 PM
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Genius, Proto-Indo-European and Indo-European are partically the same thing in reference to etymology.

Proto Indo European root, is a limited gathering only from some Indo European Langueges. Unlike vast Indo European Langueges that existed, some now extinct or incomplete like the Dacian.

My idea.


of several hundred related languages and dialects,[4] including most major languages of Europe, the Iranian plateau, and South Asia


Your Idea, not mine.


en.wikipedia.org...
As there is no direct evidence of Proto-Indo-European language, all knowledge of the language is derived by reconstruction from later languages using linguistic techniques such as the comparative method and the method of internal reconstruction. Relationships to other language families, including the Uralic languages, have been proposed though all such suggestions remain controversial.




You would have understood this if you read the links I provided. It does not matter that it starts with 'an'. The root language of the Indo-Eurpoan's does not have 'an' as a temporal reference. If they did you would have had a link by now. Stop stone walling and produce it if it exists.

What languege are you refering to ? the Proto IE root ? Or the indo european languages.




I have indeed read your Hebrew (and other language) -butchering posts and the only thing that is crystal clear as an azure sky is that you have no idea what you are talking about. Link a source that shows that Saturn and Satan are the same diety or where that was infered historically.

I will take the time to construct my post on this once again but tomorrow as it is very late.



The abbreviation of Mister is Mr. is that now a word too? Get a grip dude. Abbreviations of words are not
indicators of the roots words of the sylabelles used to construct them.


Yes except Mister is MR "first and last words" AN from annus is not first and last is it ?
Mister MR first and last
Annus "AS" is in this case what you want to sustain.

An abbreviation.


A contraction of a word is made by omitting certain letters or syllables and bringing together the first and last letters or elements

It is more then a shortening, you just don't want to admit it




Here is your chance to be an adult and say, "I know what you meant and I tried to put one over on you and got caught.....again."

It's not an Abbreviation, look up to my post.


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posted on May, 18 2011 @ 05:22 PM
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Originally posted by pepsi78
What languege are you refering to ? the Proto IE root ? Or the indo european languages.


Any language that predates Latin. If you can locate a language that is older than Latin and is related that uses the word 'an' to describe the temporal post. I fear, however, that you can not since you have not.


I will take the time to construct my post on this once again but tomorrow as it is very late.


When doing so please use referenced sources, not opinions.


Yes except Mister is MR "first and last words" AN from annus is not first and last is it ?
Mister MR first and last
Annus "AS" is in this case what you want to sustain.


Ah, I see you convienently left out the other examples. Here, try these; Avenue=Ave., Captain=Capt., Department=Dept.,Established=Est., Governor=Gov., Longitude=Long., etc, ad infinitum. Did this get through to you or are you still having a hard time understanding what an abbreviation is now as well?


An abbreviation.


A contraction of a word is made by omitting certain letters or syllables and bringing together the first and last letters or elements

It is more then a shortening, you just don't want to admit it


You have got to be the most disengenuous person I have come across on this site. How about including all of the explanation instead of cherry-picking? Pay attention to the bolded parts.


An abbreviation (from Latin brevis, meaning short) is a shortened form of a word or phrase. Usually, but not always, it consists of a letter or group of letters taken from the word or phrase. For example, the word abbreviation can itself be represented by the abbreviation abbr., abbrv. or abbrev. (



posted on May, 18 2011 @ 07:15 PM
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i dont believe in the book



posted on May, 18 2011 @ 10:00 PM
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Papsi...

Just dial 1-800-A-B-C-D-E-F-G.

Order the Hooked on Phonics tapes. Listen to them.

Then, when you think you have grasped enough language to have an intelligent conversation ABOUT language, come on back.

Until then, I am guessing you will continue to provide no source to your spammings and ramblings about your feeling that everything that has ever happened seems to have sprung forth from your prescious (and fictional) Latin word "AN".

Oh, and I think I found the REAL source you have been using for your "AN" word...




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