The meaning of Brahmana, Arya !! Reply

You do not know certainly this meaning. (If you do pardon me and let me know that you do) BRAHMANA comes from B Arya-mana which means M/B arya-nama = mo arya nama = “My Other Name. ” See how because B=Y we have M/B alternation giving to MY where M is used in base-Indian for meaning Me.

So brahmana simply means “sun” {glory/piety/vitality/shadow/protection/law/jurisdiction and what not}. In ancient times all of these were unified into one. This also shows how there really is no fundamental difference between brahmana, brahmana or brahma or any variants, linguistically therefore in any sense whatever. Also the 4-varna does not mean brahmana/xatriya etc thats just a later day (most likely very recent for political reason) It simply means colors of sun. It could also mean any 4 attributes. eg a 4 handed swastika is catur-varna. See analysis below.

Arya means 1/2 or other (for that reason arya=adha=1/2, see how r/d worked here). Its literally also present in other. other= the+or. where or and other have same meaning for this reason. This is like separating the languages into its various parts. Where OR is Ar (of arya=ar+ay=a(ry)=ara etc) = Other. Infact OR going to Ara as shown above leads to the Odia OR. Ara in Odia means other/another/or for this reason.

Infact Odia and Greek are congruent languages (remember how I had shown some congruence of Japanese and Odia language a year or so ago) Congruence means similarity of triangles. In other words when you break a word its 3-parts when rearranged might give exactly the other word in another language. That means any two langauges can be shown to be congruent plus the process can be applied to two parts instead of just 3 and so on. (and more than 3)

Greek is congruent to therefore Japanese and Odia, but Odia and Japanese are often the same triangle. eg RIKU means region/kingdom/nation in Japanese But its congruent RaJa = RaJya means the same in Odia (and other Indian languages) SO there alternations also form a great unified structure. eg rosh then means light/candle due to sun philosophy. Sun philosophy is when we recognize that candle or light derive from Sun and represent the fact that anything that derives from Sun is Sun’s jurisdiction or region or kingdom. Hence the same word alternates in different way to give rise to the same/unified meaning. Now tons of words in Japanese and Indian language are congruent (or same in origin) as I have been discovering. But with Greek and Odia this is in addition to the fact that the triangles are flipped only for one language and not the other. eg In Greek I checked the other day Yes is Odia No and Greek No is Odia Yes.

This happens for a very simple reason. They were used by the same people tons of years ago. Much like David’s triangle is formed from the same triangle 1. 1st flip it 2. then merge it by translating along tip to tip with the other. Now we have two triangles in opposite directions.

That happened to Greek and Odia. {Odia its said is at-least 1000 years old} .. The other day I showed how the Greek word for four tassera is a triangulation of the Indian 4 and how out of 60 some Google Translation languages 80-90% are confirming to the 4-scheme of sun philosophy I have been describing for a few months now. What a surprising evidence. The 4 comes from (and goes into) umbrella for the reason that sky is an umbrella (which holds the sun which is a 4, eg a swastika, also umbrella is a circle which is what a 4 is, 4 arcs in a circle) For this reason chatur is 4 in not only Indian but most languages (in some slightly modified phonetics) From this chatur comes char (comes and goes Jadur, which is why Ja and Da etc are sun names, Jadu is sun, Jadu Dynasty is Sun dynasty for this reason and alternates to all other words, eg sada=forever, sidha = straight, shudha = pure/four/purna/fourna/varna/fornia, )

So tassera is sat+char = Sun-4 or simply 4. sat is sun = truth/roof/star/4 etc.

So like two squares can sit on top of each other and still be a square, 4+4 = 4, this style is found in various language where you have to recognize where to break and flip. I have been seeing that most Greek words can be broken and flipped this way to interesting meanings. Greek itself is Gora+ca/ka which means “of the white”, “of the sun”, “of the 4”. Gora is Sun, as I have explained above G/J is for sun from Jadu/chatu/chatur. Also you can see Jadu is J+ada= 1/2 sun. A sun is a multitude of 4 or ilum not just one. It splits into two and two and two and … Its this Goura which is present in Oria (Odia, Udaya etc)

Congruence is when you recognize Japanese/German/Indian can have the same word same meaning, eg ken part in gedanken, jikken and ken = kem/kam of Indian have the same meaning. But a special arrangement is found only in case of Greek/Odia (in-fact such can be found in case of any two language since they are all mix of each other) This special congruence {reverse meaning like a David’s flipped triangles} points to the fact that they were used by the same people and then split.

This just compliments my finding a year or two ago how a Greek word Brousphaedon is exactly so in Odia with same meaning.

Also note how Brous is Mrous = My light/jurisdiction/vitality. A Brous or Ox is Sun’s vitality. All animals were formulated this way .. Infact ras is also used in Indian in the sense of juice/vitality. Hence you know how brous or brusav is constructed. This word might be 3000 years old but you know how. Very simple now.

There is no word in the world that you can give me now that I will not show in some way comes just from a simple sun philosophy. (in a fundamental sense)

Going back to where we started arya or brahmana can have negative connotations in how someone sees it not in how they were existent.

You can also see how brahmana is a linguistic-rearrangement of pranama (purnanama = complete-honor)

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