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Calculation - Differential Calculus - चलन-कलन - chalan-kalan

Fri, 09/15/2017 - 04:48
चलन-कलन

English is a very bad in what is being written and what is being spoken.  It is language of ancients from England who did not understand Sanskrit so well.  In Sanskrit there are 52 letters and rules to make new letters and words, and morphing of sounds.  In Ancient Times, the Science of Music was closely related to learning how to make sounds that meant by words.

"च" is ch but becomes "c(a)" as "a" is ambiguous sound.

"न" is na and ending for Active Present Participle.
"चल" becomes "cal"

"कल" remains "cal" but knowing the subject, I think it is connected with slope, "कूल" got corrupted.

Repeating sounds to convey words meaning what it sounds like when making is called "onomatopoeia" and here is a past post.  It could be that there was a practice of sounding the bell or water clock, and these sounds were "kal"-"kal" sounding.
http://sanskrit-words.blogspot.com/2008/07/onomatopoeia-aa-naam-aat-up-paay-iya.html

In the past I parsed "Calculus" like this:
http://sanskrit-words.blogspot.com/search?q=calculus

The reason being "kul" also means  movment  "to accumulate , collect Dha1tup. xx , 12 ; to be of kin , behave as a kinsman ib. ; to proceed continuously or without interruption ib. ; to count "

Calculus originated in India (check on Cambridge Paper on the subject), and it was used to keep the Almanac for Farming, Astronomy for Religious Purposes, and Ca lander, all inter-related.

Calculation has "cal-cal" sound with it.

In Differential Callculus Slope is very important.  The foundation of it goes back to Indians using "Differences" and "Interpolation" to calculate the Sin of things like 1 degree.




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smi-le,smit-t - vs smi-t and smi-T

Fri, 06/02/2017 - 06:30


smiT - as verb root means to love and to despise. In words I have seen such opposite meanings when regional boundaries are crossed. Like my gain can be enemies loss and the name of the event connote opposite meanings. In fights with loved ones we often say, "I hate you" and perhaps this phenomenon is old.

Now when one is in love, or in despise, one would also give out loving or sarcastic/ironic smile. It is like building a story around a word to create new words. It is what I discovered as my method to build a database and one basis for my Sanskrit Blog.

Past Participle of 'smiT' is 'smiTiT' or by Sandhills polishing simply 'smiT' and famine is 'smiTA'. So it is an adjective noun for a girl who smiles. Present participle will be close 'smiTN' or 'smiTaN' but needs to be polished. Since 's' is Dental, Cerebral "T", so it becomes Dental "t". Finally "smitA".

smit - means as adjective great laugh, smiled, blossomed,, expanded, and even blown.


I am not at all surprised to see "smi-le" connected with "smi-T" and "smite" also meaning "to hit" which could be related to the "hate state". Then notice "smi-th" are related to trades like blacksmith and goldsmith and the first tool was a flint based arrow or chisel or hammer.
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The Etymology of Eve, Adam, Evil and Naive

Sat, 05/06/2017 - 18:43
In past I have talked about the words like Satan and Devil being connected with "sanatan" and "dev" words of the Vedic Aryan for their Religion and God - and words of Abrahminic Religion(s) to show their hatred towards Vedic Aryans. Jews were kicked out from Babylonia but still retain ceremonies like the Thread Ceremony of Vedic Aryans or Coming of the Age ceremony.

Vedic Aryans were all over the Globe and also in Middle East. They worshiped Snakes. At sites like Nevali Cori and Gobleki Tepi, worlds oldest and 12000 years old Temple, they have found evidences of Vedic Religion. In Nevali Cori, they have found the shaved head of a priest with a pony tail like snake.

I was watching a documentary on Gobleke Tepe and they mentioned about the Kundalini Awakening when one's Consciousness is altered for better Spiritual Union and Oneness.

Now it strikes me the word "nevla" is for an Animal who eats the Snake.  So Nevali is basically "nevlA' and
"suri" is "surya" or Sun, which has become "curi". It is often seen "c" can replace "s" sound.

So "nevlA suri" would mean "Destructing Sun". Not evil is Sun. In Sanskrit, 'na-iv-l" would mean "Not Like (ness)".

The snake is represented as "evil" and "nevlA" is "not evil".  "Sun" is represented as the shining Consciousness and depicted by the Nervous Plexus seated at Pineal Gland or Shahsara.  That is the Final Eye.  The Third Eye is below and between the Eye Brows. The Third Eye is considered Opened when one Enlightened. And when one is Spiritually Merged with One, the Final Eye is Awakened.

So "Eve' is opposite of "not evil".  She enticed Adam on the urging of the Snake which is considered Evil.
Adam is connected with the word "aadau" or "the beginning" and also with root "adau" which is the root  for "eating".  In fact "eat" and "adau" are connected.  Adam ate the Apple. Man is called "aadmi".

Apple is called "seb" or "saa-iv".  The root "sa" is for verb "is,  are, or being". Or "being like". In one interpretation "Eve" is with Apple or "sa-iv" or "sa-eve".

Naive is also connected. 'na-iv" or like "nevla" or "na-iv-l" is the obe which is not eaten the Apple or "saa-iv" or "saa-ev".  So Naive is the pure person who has not been corrupted by the ways of the World, Materialism or Sensual Things. Like Child is Naive.
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Etymology of Cypress

Mon, 05/01/2017 - 04:04
The etymology of Cypress showing land cut off from main land after Great Floods. Similar analysis has been shown for Islands of Crete, Japan and Catlina Islands.

"c" is also "s", and "ch" is "sh". Sibilants like Palatal or talvaya "sh", Dental or dantaya "sa", retro flex or mURdhanys "S" and compound "kS" as (k)S(h)atri or "ksh" are often confused by Westerners who are not trained in old Vedic Aryan Sanskrit sounds. The letter "x" is crude replacement for "kS", like in X-mas or Christmas. "z" for "sh" and other variants. "s" for "sa". Cerebral sounds in normal English sounds are dropped or approximated.

kSip or same as English Ship means tossed or thrown away. By this act it is also transported.
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sri - sir, voh, who

Sat, 04/29/2017 - 11:10
It reminds me that the Sanskrit was once influencing the World as the language and there are so many proofs based on Gene, Linguistics and Archeology. Most of the History has been written by English Colonials and German Orientalists. 

There is also proof that Devnagri was influencing all over the world. I have shown proofs of these characters there in Egypt, Babylonia, Turkey, Antoloa, Minonians and even in North America. This is what has survived as DNA traces of a history that has been literally white washed, thanks to the Internet.

sri - is a respectable honor name and indicative of post Vedic Aryan period.  In English this has survived as Sir, a pattern seen where letters are juxtaposed by the illiterate or the uninitiated.

voh - means "that person". In Sanskrit this word is not there. It is a Hindi word. In English it survives as "who".  "w" is nothing but two "u" and the later's semi vowelized sound is "va".  "who" is "voh" with "h" and "o" transposed.
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Sri - Sir,

Sat, 04/29/2017 - 11:00
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Cup - Kapal

Thu, 04/13/2017 - 08:40
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skull_cup

If one sees Indian Sadhus, many times they use Skull as a cup from ancient times.

In Sanskrit, the word for Skull and Jar is 'kapAla'.
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Vignettes -> vi + gNy + it

Tue, 04/11/2017 - 08:47
Sanskrit - vi + gNy + it - Undertaking + Knowing/Learning + Past Participle -> Followed Path of Learning or Adapting to Learning, which is nature of "vine" and what the word means.
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The root 'mar'

Sun, 04/02/2017 - 10:45
marya - youth in Mitanni Sanskrit.

maRitus - Latin for husband

Other words - martial, marriage

marya - In Sanskrit, lover, suitor, mortal, limit,

mar - in Sanskrit means death, killing, dying.

Mars is a dead planet.

Marsh land is dead land for agriculture.
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Industrialize - Indus-tRi-ya-lize

Sat, 03/11/2017 - 06:08
Indus - The Indus Valley was the most Ancient and Advanced Civilization.

The Phoenicians were paaNikanah or paaNikanaas of the Vedeas. They roamed the Oceans and also settled on the North Land of Levant.

These people were adventurous, knowledgeable, hardworking and advanced. 

The word "Indus" is a Common Noun but it actually cognate of Sindhus.

The Agent Noun would be Indus-tR(i).

And Adjective out of it, will be Indus-tR(i)-ya.

"R" is also "Ri"
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Human - Hanuman

Sat, 03/11/2017 - 06:02
http://commonworldinheritage.blogspot.com/2017/03/who-was-hanuman-who-was-first-human.html
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How did Indian's discover Zero and Decimal System?

Sun, 02/19/2017 - 08:32
The hint came from Solar Orbits. This also addresses how Indian's discovered Zero and Decimal System.  This also establishes Indians knew Astronomy and Gravity well.

This was a very interesting exercise.  I was already given the clue: "chan-chan." is "sun-sun" for it being a very ever sunny site.

I thought in Sanskrit, there would be sounds like that from where the sound for Sun came out.  And I found two words.

The word for Sanskrit Sun is "sunuu".  And the word for verb "go" is "shun" where "sh" is palatal and can also become "ch" or even "z", (English letter 'x' is  Sanskrit Compound Sibiliant 'kS' or 'ksh', Dental 's' is 'sa', Palatal 'sh', 'ch' or 'z' are 'z', and there is none for Sanskrit Cerberal "S').

The Sanskrit word for zero is "O" is "shunya", and it looks like it looks like a circle and the attribute of sun as orbit is "go-go" or perpetual going. 

Indians may have got the idea of Decimal System and Zero by looking at the Solar Orbits and they completing perfect cycles before starting from scratch or zero again!
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South American Site - chan-chan = sun-sun

Fri, 02/17/2017 - 12:02
This also addresses how Indian's discovered Zero and Decimal System.

This was a very interesting exercise.  I was already given the clue: "chan-chan" is "sun-sun" for it being a very ever sunny site.

I thought in Sanskrit, there would be sounds like that from where the sound for Sun came out.  And I found two words.

The word for Sanskrit Sun is "sunuu".  And the word for verb "go" is "shun" where "sh" is palatal and can also become "ch" or even "z", (English letter 'x' is  Sanskrit Compound Sibiliant 'kS' or 'ksh', Dental 's' is 'sa', Palatal 'sh', 'ch' or 'z' are 'z', and there is none for Sanskrit Cerberal "S').

The Sanskrit word for zero is "O" is "shunya", and it looks like it looks like a circle and the attribute of sun as orbit is "go-go" or perpetual going. 

Indians may have got the idea of Decimal System and Zero by looking at the Solar Orbits and they completing perfect cycles before starting from scratch or zero again!
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Ion, Ionian - Sanskrit Suffix aayan, aayanaa

Wed, 02/15/2017 - 09:55
Sanskrit "aayaN" in RamaayaN means (story) following of "rama".

Sanskrit "aayanaa" or "aainaa" is mirror, the reflection follows you.

English suffix "ion" or "ionion" mean the same.
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Mag-ic-an - maga

Fri, 02/10/2017 - 10:01
Sanskrit is maga.  The "ik" is like "ness" or adjective and "an" is like Plural Objective or Accusative. Sun Priest also is called "maga".
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The Science in my mind

Fri, 11/25/2016 - 07:23
The Science in my mind.
2D Cycles are Sin and Cos functions. 3D Cycles are not taught to us. But in Nature, it is the Torus - concentric circles going from small to big to small, and each stage having accelerating and decelerating changes like Sin and Cos. And then radially aligned circles going round and round without changes. Between these two orthogonal extremes, Nature takes flows in 3D for 3D Standing Waves.
For every photon we see emerge and come towards us, there is a dark photon that must leave us. So there are two kind of photons. As many photons have accumulated over 14-15 Billion Years. there is less Visible Universe and Energy than the Invisible Energy. Dark Energy is Vacuum Ether. Dark Matter is space-time concentrated wells like Dark Holes but dead and lacking any Spiral Galactic motion and spewing of radiation at the poles.
The electrons are in two configurations. N-N poles in top and bottom and S-S poles in top and bottom too. This is classical explanation for Stern–Gerlach experiment. We do not have to worry about spinning charge exceeding speed of light as it is not one circular spin but series of expanding and contracting spins. Electron has "ether" pressure gradient from inside to outside to explain negative charge.
Positrons are like electrons but with "ether" pressure gradient from outside to inside. Think of them one being a positive energy taken from Vacuum or Sea of Energy and the other being negative and on the way to be given back. So in "created" Universe, we will see more matter than anti matter. There are two kind of Positrons.
Neutrinos are like Electron and Positron combined - 1/2 Electron and 1/2 Positron with zero "ether" pressure gradient. There are two types of Neutrinos like Electron and Positron. There is no Anti Neutrino but Science is calling the second type of Neutrino as Anti. This state of things are in perfect balance and zero entropy to react with any matter - except be part of weak force participants.
The expanding Universe is just a phase. It will be followed by contracting Universe. The Solar System, Galaxies, and the Universe are all Tourus in substance. We may have multi Torus and ad infinitum.
Quantum Entanglement shows hidden geometries in Ether Space - like a the wings of planes would be opposite in vortices. They happen at the same time. Measuring one creates a mirror geometry and precipitate two ends at the same time. The Ether at its level act likes One which is Distributed but still Central.
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RamStein in Germany - Ram Sthaan in India

Sun, 10/23/2016 - 02:56
The sounds "th" and "t" are often intermixed.

So are sounds "aa" and "ae" or "ei".

This is part of Linguistics Archeology and conforming with the PIE story.
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Immort-al - Amarat

Wed, 10/19/2016 - 10:10
Just realized the word Immortal is connected with the Sanskrit word Amarat.

The uninitiated speakers can confuse the sound "a" with sounds of "i", and "o", and repeat the sound "m"

So amarat becomes i(a)m(m)o(a)r(a)t - and al is added to make it adjective like -ness.
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German:Wissen and kennen - Sanskrit: viSheShaN and keNaN

Fri, 07/22/2016 - 12:31
Wissen implies knowing a fact, kennen implies knowing in the sense of being acquainted with and having a working knowledge of; there is also a noun derived from kennen..
Sanskrit viSheShaN means Adjective and meaning attribute of the knowing fact or object. Sanskrit KeNeN mean How or By What Means or Instrumentative.
So both German and Sanskrit have similar words!
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Origin of Matrix

Sun, 05/22/2016 - 01:43
Do you know the root of Matrix goes back to Sanskrit Grammar of Noun/Pronoun/Adjective Declension Matrix and Verb Conjugation?
Matra - is unit of syllables/sounds.ikS - is overseeing the above.
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