The further meaning of Sun. Reply

Copying from Japan Culture Agency Inc. (JCA) .. This is a starking example of how sun+philosophy was integrated in ancient times o create all sorts of language. In-fact if you rearrange suzuri {there is a very good reason why words should always be rearranged} you see suriz = Sun {Indic}.

“The Japanese word for “inkstone” (すずり / 硯 / suzuri), is written with a character made up of components that mean “see the stone” (いし / 石 / ishi) and (み る / 見る / mi ru).”

You can see inkstone as ankstone where ank=ankh is eye and stone is Sun. Stone is sun as son+ton. son=som=sun and ton is greek for sun {if read reverse = Not}. This also comes from fact that ton is sound/nada and tuni {Odi: silent, phil: sun is always silent} !! Not is for this reason natha=Lord and nose/nasa/naka/niku. Greek are for this reason called elnik. {light of the nose/hotoke, elnis, sunil, suneli, blue, bluish}. Greek were ancient people who lived in every country and Greek lang. mixed with all languages. Wait for meaning of Megasthenes.

Here stone is therefore a conjugated sun. Which is why you see all stone work represent Sun and budur in Boro budur means stone. Boro is Big/Pure. Sun is the Big or pure thing of all.

This stone gives to words like stan in kazak-stan where stan means land. This gives town. {which is why Japanese: ishi has a shi in it. shi means 4, sun, town, stone lol the XaMa Sun Philosophy}

The ink being ankh = eye is also ang/lang/ling = limb. Its also inkei in Japanese = shadow+contrast. Its the same Indian: anga most prominently found in al Indic lit. eg ind itself is from ink/anga {India = angya, also Ind comes from Gobind, where Go is Sun/4 and bind is band = closed/intimate/tied, Hanuman is Gobandar = Govardhan, from rearrangement of words.}

But my point is inkstone being suzuri = suraz = sun. Its looking at the sun or stone/stone-work or any object.

Actually if you see the kanji for ishi = stone you see is+hi=man +sun. And the kanji shows a man + square {if you rotate}. In general the square is a sun and hi {sun} is drawn by putting a line in the square because sun can have a split personality. Pour some light on a chair and see how one edge goes into many. SO Sun is represented by 日.

Note 1: Japan is literally “Sun’s Jurisdiction” as are all places. Here is more evidence. 本日. The first kanji has in it a K+t which stands for kyoto or chioto {hikari = hiriki = oriku=odisha= rise, light, city } or city. {C+T = K+T = K+t} The 2nd kanji is Sun. Sun city. Kanji and English (Roman are mixed in their formulation. Hi = 日 = He (Helio) {also see teh H in 日}

Note 2: The 5 dimension of language are actually an infinite dimension {Alexander = Greek = Sun = Einstein = White = Glow = 4 = 7 = nose = city = umbrella = Muhamad = what natha ? …. }

This is what humanity has been doing for 7000 of years or more if it existed .. It took universal philosophies only to render meaning to already unified linguistic structures. It just learned how to flip, break and reunite composite phrases.

You can ask me evidence for each of the above claims although I have been giving them mostly on face-book or my website. But it all comes from sun philosophy. Sun as a central figure and its extension to other objects through logical philosophies.

This also answers why Chinese/Japanese 7 and English 7 are upside down flipping of each other as sometime ago shocked me. Also why Japanistic words are found in Hindi or Odia or why Chinese/Japanese words are found in English These are anthropic coincidences. The evidence that springs up from nowhere because no one man or large groups of them can stop truth from becoming universal. This arrogant claim is often targeted because nothing substantial can be found by opposing groups.

Note 3: How words were constructed in ancient times? An universal philosophy was applied. Lets take stone. A stone is there during day and night, hence Stone can be made to split into these two parts. day and night. STone = Sone + Tone. Sone is sun/som = day. Tone is read reverse: neot = night. In-fact Greek Ton means sun, hence its reverse is meaning night. {its this not/note which has become nose, natha etc latter mean LORD/God/Person in Indic, often called sanscrit. Because you see something backwards it does not-change, so Not is still Ton = God/Sun}

You can also see sone as sound and tone as sound. hence stone can in some way represent sound. In-fact stone architecture and city/places/rivers are named/realized based on this philosophy. Which is why nada (nadi) is river in Indic while also meaning sound/voice/acoustics. Its again due to r/d alternation, nira=water. and when read reverse nira becomes arun = sun. This Sun-Shiva(fire)-Ganga philosophy is again universal because the sun melts ice on mountains which forms the river. The heat is shiva (as is understood in Chinese/Japanese/Indian etc, in Japanese shiva can be construed as the TA part of stiva which is why Japanese heat is tata, a-tata-kai, the shwaha is recognized as heat in Indic and (shi)huo etc in Chinese, again hi is recognized as heat in Japanese, see where heat is coming from? hi = sun in Japanese, In Greek the hi and ta part are present as are arun and dharma = region, the heat in Indianic is from sun, usum, usma (usmar>>summer), tati, tau, tai, ga-ram etc ) All in all heat comes from sun/light/sound/river or water/region-under-influence-of-sun etc. Its just an universal philosophy.

The fact that nose/stone/heat {and on further analysis, city, umbrella, four, color, sky, Rama, Mine, My, Voh, Chariot, car, reign, kingdom, gold …} etc are cognates are so because any analysis of any word will throw these meanings. This is only possible if in ancient times based on universal (that is: valid meaning) philosophy of Sun to all things they knew were integrated or unified. eg “Sun’s color can be a golden hue” is an universal philosophy.

Here is an example of Sun’s hue can be violet {violet lit: The law of small/Sun/subtle/light/angle}: {its no coincidence the violet appeared in two pictures I took, if you know, such might depend on time of the day and on other factors, only in afternoon and when sun is mild one can see various colors of sun} {Pic to be uploaded later}

 

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