Etymology: analysis of linguistic elements to infer meaning of linguistic constructs such as words and phrases especially those which need scholastic study into ancient texts/scripts.
In the last 2 or 3 years when I have become immensely interested in language to a degree competitive with my other involvements such as mathematics and Physics I have stumbled across interesting incidents in Sanskrit, Greek, Chinese, Japanese, Indianic language closer to my mother-speak and even a small set of Europian linguistics I have found important phonetic relations among all of them, which I have gradually realized to be but only variation of a few phonetics.(that is the totality of world language emanates from only a few words or rather in each disjoint set from one meaningful and a tons of non-meaningful hence zero phonetics, this I call the sun-theory for very imminent observations of such relations to be SUN and its properties)
This realization did occur to me perhaps more than a year ago, that is after more than a year of intense and often mindful hours of head-analysis of each and every element I could make sense of. This was often painful to say the least. My original intention was to know some Sanskrit (which I now do not believe to be an actual language, ever existent, but a set of linguistic analysis that makes a great sense nonetheless) and to brush up my knowledge of Japanese. Apart from phonetics being only a variety of variations of each other and their resultant mixing to produce all languages of the world today still maintaining their disjoint nature with other to produce a vast tract of languages as is known, I have also realized that the script or alphabets of languages are merely an emanation of a single or a few variants of this single element of symbol that represents again the property that these be mapped onto SUN or its properties as is also mixed into human community’s philosophies, language, history and what not. eg an alphabet that has say 30 elements are merely circles and half-circles and arcs and a straight segment all of them only representing the SUN. eg a circle is clearly a sun and a straight segment is merely the straight sun-ray.
I have also found how easily ancient language match each other as is evident in today’s usage. Greek: Boustrophedon matches almost exactly with its Indianic: Brushav-firan (and other variants used such as brishav-fedan etc) Which is more believable given that its a conjugate word and each part matches literally. One part being OX and the other part being Return/Remove. This is the original Greek meaning: to write a script as if the OX is returned. (hence the script is written in reverse design) A funny thing is how I surmise, it concocts to Bastra-haran being the same as Boustrophedon where a favorite pastime of an ancient population might have been to caricature cultural mixations and produce newer meanings, eg when the phonetics match very well, bastra-harn or bastra-firan would mean “removing clothes” which for carnal gratification of the then ancient society one could easily associate this to remove the clothes of a woman and the story that remains with us is: Removal of clothes of Draupadi in the very infamous act of insult for which Vima had to pay his price to Dushashan. (Dushashan removed the clothes of Draupadi in a courthouse filled with 1000s for which Vima one of the penta-husband of Draupadi took revenge by killing Dushashan in battle field, uprooting the leg of Dushashan and smearing the blood into Draupadi’s hair which she had promised not to tie till Dushashan’s blood was smeared on her hair)
But apart from such interesting strange and sensible linkages I have found it very useful and often shared my eureka, with phonetic matching of various words which are always produced in their most fundamental and deep meaning to SUN. SO what I am saying is when you keep on varying the phonetics as is ordained by varying the Roman letters you will see meaning that are directly related to sun and its properties (perfectly legit, you will see much of these Roman alternation actually found in linguistic usage across the globe)
A few such matching were noted by me recently in connection to my reading of Greek Philosopher’s biographies. eg Sextus Empiricus has two parts and it easily goes to “Teacher (sextus=sixas) Ani Prakash” a perfectly sensible name for an Indian Philosophers even if he were to be Greek. I also noted how its not only any other language but English itself (often English is dealt with a degree of discrimination from sanctimonious scholars who would have little knowledge of true nature of English) where Greek can preserve its meaning through Sun-Theory of Language. eg Aristotle whose Greek meaning is “the best purpose” can be seen as Arise-Total if you are to preserve the phonetics. Arise Total is evidently SUN? But see arise total also means “Total Enlightenment” hence “the best or full purpose”. But nonetheless if you see the phonetics closer Aristotle would Indianly go to (as I have already noted else where): artha-udaya, artha-achala etc”which literally again means The rise of Sun, the rise of meaning, the infinite meaning hence the best meaning or best purpose etc. So you go with the knowledge arth which is Sanskrit or Indianic for Meaning is fundamentally and more deeply Sun. Its sun which has given us ALL meaning. (You can also see by alternating the roman letters to see how meaning as sun is preserved to Artha)
Here is one more: Plato. Plato is said to be BROAD in Greek. While Sun is clearly broad as it has to be in Sun theory, look what phonetics in Indianic matches so closely with that? In two attempts I found: Prasasta where the r/l and s/a/g/h etc [r/l means r and l alternate phonetically in their usage] So Prasasta / Plahata = Plato. Also failat (faila hua = spread = broad) whoever says Hindi is a recent and mostly foreign language will be surprised by its ancient phonetics. Prasasta is by the way conjugate of two words pura(na)+sat(ya) [purna satya = the full sun] hence satya = truth = SUN and purna = complete/transcendental SUN’s property as is formulated to be a SUN theory.
I will close this article by telling you all so called grave serious words of Hinduism like artha, nyaya, satya, jaya etc are only directly SUN in their meaning and other auxiliary words like purna, ardha, maha etc are only a property or attribute of that sun. Once conjugated and philosophized to give them a meaning they have alternated and mixed in various ways to produce various (and all of it) words of present day Indianic languages and through their mixing every other world language. I will just link you here to the article yesterday where I noted how teh Greek sceptomai is nothing but Indian: satyameva. Sceptomai means To seek truth (said often in terms of disbelief, to subject to criticism etc) which is exactly what the Indianic word satyameva means (the great truth hence closer to truth, pure truth etc). I will just note one more thing: the auxillary words such as maha/meva/purna can all be recovered from teh primary word through alternations: eg maha / baha (maha = baha = biga = big ) but also (baga / yaga / jaya ) SO there is no difference between SUN and its property. Property = Sun.