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son - sUn

Fri, 02/09/2018 - 01:28
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seam - siima

Mon, 01/29/2018 - 09:19
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Narrow - a-Nhura

Mon, 01/29/2018 - 00:48
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Widow - vi-dha-va

Mon, 01/29/2018 - 00:44
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Divine - divya Navigation - navik

Wed, 01/17/2018 - 09:04
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Thirst - tRSita

Sat, 01/13/2018 - 08:27
tRSitah has Cerberal Sibiliant Vowel R and means "thirsty".

We see loss of Cereberal and conversion to Dental "t" and semivowel "r".

Then there is aspiration of "t".
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Comb - kaNg

Thu, 01/11/2018 - 08:11
Comb is Sanskrit kaNg.

The guttural nasal became labial nasal in english.

"C" has many sounds and one sound is guttural "k".
"a" became "au" or "o", a very common mistake done by even Indians like Bengalis.

Guttural "g" became labial "b".
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Bath - baaD

Thu, 01/04/2018 - 21:02
Both mean the same.
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Stump - स्तम्

Thu, 01/04/2018 - 19:54

Stump means:
Stump (cricket), one of three small wooden posts which the fielding team attempt to hit with the ball,
A rare tumour of the uterine smooth muscle or prostatic stroma,
Stump (drawing), an artists' drawing tool made of rolled paperTree stump, the rooted remains of a felled tree, and
The remains of a limb after amputation.

Basically it means to "disturb" something from its normal position.

स्तम, to disturb.
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Song - Sangeet

Thu, 01/04/2018 - 11:44
Sangeet is Music and made of two words, "sam" and "giit" .

Yet another pointer that the English people picked up the "sang"
 sound for a part of music which is singing,

Here "sam" means Sum All.
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English Words Encoded With Sanskrit Wisdom

Sun, 12/24/2017 - 06:38
The Sanskrit word for Birds is "vI" or "vii". The shape of wings in birds is "v". The aerodynamic principle is encoded in "v" shape.

The English word "have" indicates a gratified want. In Sanskrit "havan" is the sacrificial incitatiins and callings, albeit prayers, for gratifying our needs.
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Night - nukt(a)

Sun, 12/24/2017 - 06:20
How many educated can understand the relationship? They are same.
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Black Sea in Russian = kRSNA Udara

Sun, 12/17/2017 - 09:17
In Sanskrit, Sea is called sam-udara.

udara is basically connected with udder in English, whose Sanskrit is udhara, udhanI, udharA.

Black - kRSNA or someone that attracts everything.

Sea - is udara.

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Grab and Voice - grabh and voca

Thu, 12/14/2017 - 12:25
tgey mean the same or related.
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Roar, elope, lopping-off - ror-Si-ya=ti, lopa, lopa

Sun, 12/10/2017 - 09:44
Roar -ror-Si-ya-ya-ti. the root is "ru" to cry or make sound.
elope - same as Sanskrit lopa.
lopping-off - lopa which means lopping off.
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The Ancient Greeks and Romans Worshipped AUM

Wed, 12/06/2017 - 10:19


There are 3 words that give us the clue, besides Greek being Sanskrit's daughter or sister, depending on whom you ask, and Latin is Greek's daughter.

I have often found that the languages of countries closer to India, like Russia, are more closer to Sanskrit.

AUM is also written as OM, as A+U = O.

The 3 words are: OM-ni-present, OM-ni-scient, and OM-ni-potent - the three attributes of the Super Soul or AUM.

AUM is Brahman. 

AUM is Sat-Chit-Anand or (Ultimate and Everlasting) Truth- (Final Summum Bonum, Sentient and Ultimate Knower) Consciousness- and (Constant Elixir) Bliss

Scient - is Summum Bonum, Sentient and Ultimate Knower or the "Chit".

Potent - is Constant Elixir which wipes all Cycle of Temporary Lasting Sorrow and Happiness (it is beyond happiness) and the word Potion goes to it.  It is medicinal. It makes one immortal as one identifies oneself with the pure soul - without any desire, without any karma, and without any memory, when individual soul merges with the super-soul.

Now we will parse Present.  There is a saying that the present is the present!  This is to remind us to live in the present.  In Sanskrit, present is 'pra-saad'.  One can see the corruption going on, e.g., pra => pre. saad -> se(n)t, as "t" and "d" are also related.  "present" is also "pre-set" as per the Karma Theory, another word for Destiny or Fortune.  Past Karmas express themselves in this or coming lives. The karma of this life, or the right ful action (desire-less, ego-less) with rightful knowledge (knowing the Truth), can pre-empt the past Karmas.

The root "brah" means to expand. There are two kinds of Space. One is Geometric Space which was always there,  Then there is a Physical Space which is full of Prana or Dark Energy.  Science has found this to be ever increasing, and this is what Brahman means, applying to both (as two are described to explain the static and dynamic nature of the same).  The ultimate truth is Brahman and it is the Space.

It is only the Space which is present as presence, and present as given.  This is the Om-ni-present and present all over over.
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Sweat - svedah, Divine - devah, Angel - aNjali

Tue, 11/28/2017 - 10:48
Sweat is svedah in Sanskrit.
Divine is related to God and dev-ah in Sanslrit, though the dev-il becomes opposite, which shows how Semtic relgions became A-brahmanic from Brahmanic.
Angel - aNjali. Here we fold our hand and offer water - do angali - to Gods or their Messengers or Angels.
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Darvidian, Druid - drav-vidyA-N

Mon, 11/13/2017 - 11:11
The south was sa-arth (which means with purpose, as east is ast, west is vvast ot uuast ot Ust, and north is na-arth).
When we do ceremonies, we face east and right hand is facing south. Right hand also means dextrous and is connected with dakS-tra-uah (which becomes ous in Greek). This is why South was called dakS-iN.
I always found South people to be more Spiritual and Intellectual - this can be explained historically or through Islamic Conquest (why do so many Tamil Brahmins still chant in Sanskrit?). In fact India is saved because of South (imagine India full of Punjabi Islmic confused people).
I think dravidians is basically drav-ya-vidyA-N or the people who relic the sutble spirt(ual) nectar knowledge pracrioner. This is also blessed by the Shaivism fact which also has aspects of Yoga and Vedenta. This is my Shaivism and Siddhas were more prevelant. Britishers could not spell it.
Druids are also drav-vidyA-N
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Siddhi, Siddha and Siddiqui

Mon, 11/06/2017 - 05:19
I will show the relationship between Siddhi, Siddha and Siddiqui.
In India, siddha are perfect Yogis. The first principle of 8-steps Yoga is Yama which also has Satya or Truthfulness. It is abbreviated form of siddha-ka for male and siddha-kA for female. Siddhi are powers attained in the path of Yoga.
Mohammad's wife Aisha, daughter of Abu Bakr. was called al-siddiqa bint al-siddiq,
The descendants of Abu Bakr are called Siddiqui but later it may have been abused to indicate a great power bearer and false origins. Mohammad was also called al-saddiq.
"al" is a definitive article like "the".
She is called the siddhi-kA daughter of the siddhi-ka (of Abu Bakr) or the truthful woman, daughter of the truthful man.
The adjective truthful also means perfect.
The sound "a" and "A" or "aa" are very confusing, and hence Ram, KrishN and Yog become Rama, Krishna and Yoga
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Land in Scotland. Ireland and England

Sun, 10/29/2017 - 07:35
For a long time I was wondering the etymology of the English word "land".

In Sanskrit the word "laND" means also toss away or toss around. It also means excrement and speak. In colloquial Hindi it has taken a negative meaning for Male Genitalia, where other meanings are still relevant, like excrement and toss around.
Now I understand the "land" first must have meant the countries that got formed after the sea tossed them away from the main land. No one would call their land as "place of excrement" or "land which speaks" (or unless the sea waves and wind make so much of sounds in a small island). A lot of times a word had polymorphic attributes associated with it.

I had already parsed Ireland as Arya-Land. England I think is uNGl-land as it is finger shaped and I have seen somewhere else this is also mentioned, The spelling may be incorrect. Scotland is "skat-land". I do not know of any other countries having suffix as "land". The Indus Valley Shiva or Pashupati is seen in Ireland and Demark. So "skat" could be "skand", or son of Shiva. Please read Celtic Druids and they are known to be Brahmins from India. This fact is well accepted in academia and DNA and Linguistics also endorse it.

It is already established that Man from Indian continent stepped in to Europe around 40,000 BC.

The Wikipedia says it is connected with Gael or Gathalik. In Spain and France area, there used to be Asthagoths and VIsigoths or asta-gotRa and viShi-gotRa or eiight and twenty'th clans. The Gathalik could be connected with "gotra" or "gatha" or "story tellers by singing".

Japan - or ja = pAN, Crete = kRit and Catilan - kati-l-an or kati-laN(D) are countries named after they got separated from the main land after the last Ice Age and when Great Floods happened. kati-laN(D) agains points to this use of land to show land that was tossed away into sea.
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