hiragana, katakana and romaji characters. The Japanese alphabet-syllabary. I created the following charts with color, and design. The original source of
Rule 3: I merged rule 3 into 2 and sub-itemized into i) and ii). Smart? I think necessary. They say “necessity is the mother of invention”. I thought last night, as I was totally ill, by body pain and head ache, and didn’t do much except weeping in pain, “what if, invention is actually a baby of inspiration as inspiration died quite young and necessity was the only aya available in the neighborhood to take care of these baby inventions. The father was totally taken to be abusive, towards society’s tastes and high handed dealing with everything, so the poor guy doesn’t often show up. He loved inspiration, in a total spell of Romance, then inspiration after bearing the pain of invention, died young. The abusive father married, necessity and its necessity which now communicates with society and the father mostly thinks of more romance and more babies.”
Here is the rules then, without any more drama.
1 = 一 = 西
六6、七7、八8、九9=西 [Define 9 first then go on omitting 1, 2 sides …, although this is quite not simple as said now, eg 7 to 6 is not clear]
10 = 十=西
Note that: 1一 is a single side and 10 being an end of digit, is a criss-cross of two single lines; 十, saying: enough.
Next time you see a kanji or kanji part like that ask yourself is it connected to the word “enough” in any way? You will have discovered perhaps another fact.
mangal which also means welfare. Because again, 2ndary, all nouns have primary meaning sun, 2ndary and therefore 2ndary to 2ndary and so on, anything; tree, place, life forms, action, people, law, … thats how language developed, according to sun as central theory, and I think it was known far deeper into humanity’s history, the most primate civilizations, so heliocentrism in philosophy and religion might have predated the modern science, OR modern science as in Galileo, might have been the recent successful renaissance after Religious bigotry over ruled all forms of heliocentrism to run its covert practices, by subverting the actual sun to various forms of regional and national cultural Gods, thats is Budha, Jesus, Shiva, Bishnu they all might simply have been derived by subverting the humanist helio-centric philosophies. The nasty politics we see today is a result of much ancient practice of elaborate forms of bullying; religious subversion. And in-fact they are. There is enough attributes in all these provincial and religious gods from the philosophical and universally humanistic God: Sun.
the shimesuhen 礻 ( 礻, a kanji radical, radicals are called so when they occur as part of another kanji, eg 神 ) just occurred to me, how its created: Zoom it and see. Each part of the kanji: 礻is (almost) same, only topologically (that is geometrically) rotated before conjugated (glued, so as not to be removed from each other until death does not do them part)
That each part are two people, who are struck because they are husband and wife, and if you already got: your parents. (you can also see as two folded palms united as when you do namaskar) Your parents are namasya
(namasya: honorable, like divinity, thats where the idea of divine or Godly as represented by this kanji comes, its called shimesu, which I do not know exactly as of today as to why, eg phonetically isu means Lord/Divine etc, but there could be other meaning)
I thought when I observed, that they would be stolen from one language to another but there is an elaborate structure of unity across language that I have been calling as sun theory of language. eg what would be 4 in one language would be umbrella in another due to their philosophical relevance with each other through sun, city of residence or anthropology connections.
In that respect much has been found on this website. eg 日本, the kanji for nippon, nihon or Japan (whose Indianic I am finding to be agni, niyam or swapna “desha”) is nothing but first kanji is sun and 2nd one is an umbrella (as held by kings) Sun’s city or Sun’s country. This is the same reason ko 少 = small is so kanji-ized because that represents a small umbrella, when folded.