.odo
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The Three Fates or, some say,

  Io the sister of Phoroneus, invented

     five vowels of the first alphabet,

      and the consonants B and T

Graves, Robert (1990) [1955]. The Greek Myths
(something similar is said in this ancient list of myths)



Alphabet is divided into vowels and consonants, and if you arrange it like this, you may also find that consonants are divided into labials & linguals. This can be used to facilitate memorizing of other writing systems, it also can be a useful device to compare and comprehend them. only don't go the whole way, drop this book in the middle, for I go too far, and not always does it have practical sense.

Further you will see that it isn't a coincidence. For now you can ignore the mess in the last line of the alphabet, archaic alphabets didn't have it at all (so hebrew ends at T)

Common people think velars are made not by tongue, but somewhere in throat, there's even a linguistic term for this misconception: they call some of them guttural. (And though guttural don't exist in english, dutch goed (g is guttural) is related to english good (g is velar), here I didn't know what guttural meant, beware that it happens sometimes, for I dig very wide field, I am occasionally misinformed here & there, and I don't have an institution making fact-checking, yet. anyway, dutch g is not far from english h in hot, but h-kind has some other name, but I don't operate these terms yet, and I will show that ipa definitions are not only different from ones ancient linguists had, but also sometimes wrong, as I explain only in volume 2 (ctrlF it for trapezoid) so råw the structure of this book still is, I add this grey text here, after I'm past 769.4 kB of html alone in volume2.) or am I overcomplicating the matter? both variants were correct to the extent: Guttural speech sounds are those with a primary place of articulation near the back of the oral cavity. In some definitions, this is restricted to pharyngeal consonants, but in others includes some velar and uvular consonants. Guttural sounds are typically consonants, but some vowels' articulations may also be considered guttural in nature.  Here's an image of how those letters are actually made, with a tongue really:, so they're not guttural, but velar (this text was here before)
                              

Greek Y can be also green, for it's a lingual consonant in words like "boy"

Though when it's vowel as in "body" it demands its own structure, and such structure also exists:

                                                              axial symmetry of aeiouy with L & R
        accordingly

Pay attention to L and R at left and right corners of such a representation of the alphabet, as if saying "yeah, it's not a coincidence" and these two structures can be met in all the other alphabets one way or another (russian doesn't follow it, but if we consider ЕЁИЙ not four letters, but two letters with invariants, it will fit it. Such thing can be done because french & german alphabets don't include letters made by diacritics as additional letters of the alphabet, but they use the very exact latin alphabet brits use. So does portugal, but spain added additional Ñ after N & thus broke the axial structure (they probably did it to use their alphabet as numerals, I will speak about it further) Scandinavians added vowels with diacritics at the end of the alphabet, which can be a tail of the axial structure but messes with the lineal one. Russians also have additional vowels as the tail or a final row. Icelanders added much more additional letters inbetween, completely distorting the structure. Portugal uses the same latin alphabet we research here.

Latin alphabet goes further than just three elements and separates velars from coronals:


But no other alphabet can demonstrate such a distinct column of k'eys. Reasons for such difference can be different, but when you read further you will understand why I think it's connected with number of elements being four in europe when in other places they were only three, even though now we know of five elements on the east, almost nobody knows of three mothers (three matters) — this cult is eradicated from most of the world, but people are taught of three fathers instead: whether as trimurti instead of tridevi, or as trinity instead of hecate or whatever you call them. Though we can still find mentioning of three mothers in sefer yetzirah as three letters (and those letters are of the three main groups: alef, mem, shin — and even though they teach that alef is not vowel, it's a rediculous claim whether you look at how it's transliterated and how words with it sound being compared to the same words but without him, or her if it's alpha — it's a complicated topic where I directly oppose the common point of view, further in the text I will explain in many details why.


And I also claim that initially alphabet was used for musical notations (as it's used today, but I say it was the initial use of it) because music is the only field where you need to know how it sounds, when in common text hieroglyphics have a distinct advantage: it transmits information even if you speak another language (just as japanese people can understand some chinese hieroglyphs having immensely different spoken language) you can argue that it can be a disadvantage in a military sense (which could be an explanation of why many alphabets having the same structure still differ in graphic side of theirs) and ancient culture is known for concealing valuable information (probably that's one of the reasons beyond the fact we don't remember alphabetic structures described in this book)

But back to the musical side of the alphabet. What's the historic evidence of such a correlation, there's some also explaining greek H becoming vowel and breaking both axial & lineal structures for greeks:

"The vowels added by the priests of Apollo to his lyre were probably those mentioned by Demetrius, an Alexandrian philosopher of the first century BC, when he writes in his dissertation On Style: ‘In Egypt the priests sing hymns to the Gods by uttering the seven  vowels in succession, the sound of which produces as strong a musical impression on their hearers as if the flute and lyre were used, but perhaps I had better not enlarge on this theme.’"( The Greek Myths).
   

It seems priests of Apollo didn't know of these structures, probably because these alphabets were invented before them, by those who worshiped female deities, not some guy named Apollo. It can be shown by the named creators of the first alphabet (all female) in the greek myth given above, and even in egypt itself another lady, Seshat, was considered the inventer of alphabet (with a little help from Thoth, but that could be a later addition.

Let's compare some lines side by side:

eFGH

oPQRST

F & P sounds are put by the same letter (standing where P does) in hebrew
g&q — no wonder they're similar, they're from the same column in latin
h looks like a bigger r and when you write it by hand it often looks like R:


sometimes h reflects s & t:
h is named ʌʃ in latin, which makes it similar to ש which stands where s does.
h is named eitʃ in english, which makes it similar to ch which is an invariant of t.

So here I claim that bigger line is an extended form of a smaller one. It seems here some lands (vowels stand for earth, not for air, as sefer yetzirah tells — maybe for jews it's air, because they lost their land, but now they regained it, so what's the point in philosophy of gone. Though in the very beginning of the volume III I stumbled across a perspective showing that א does stand for air and I'm just tripping, or does א stand for air in abrahamic concept of god, and when mother was the fairy Earth, it was earth which opposed fire (coming from the sky) as solids oppose plasma i.e. special case of gas) invented their modes from pentatonica of abcd to 7-... why do I ignore that there's not 5 & 7, but 4 & 6 letters? It relates to some musical concepts I only slightly remember. there are 4 & 6 intervals between 5 & 7 tones. And it relates to this image of the memorial stone of Gvido who allegedly invented the 7-note sequence we use today, but it only shows 6 of them:


Does opqrst reflect abcd as well? After all a & o are also similar:

ABCD

OPQRST
a&o are vowels, a even sounds like o in all & å
b&p are labials (some culters don't distinguish between them also)
c can stand where q use to: qabala, but cabal (I will further speak of these words)
d is directly similar to t, but what about r & s?
d is similar to russian & scottish r, for those r's are made with tongue.
d is similar to s when in greek, they pronounce it as th in the.
But of course s in much more similar to c — it probably derives from it as ç
c is г in russian which reminds r in both looks & sounds when r is english.
So how do I reconcile it with what I said before?
With that fact that in runes there are only 3 letters in the first line: ᛆᛒᚦ
More on this subject of actual antiquity of runes will arrive later.
And if we notice, that QR repeat OP sequence, OPST look like ABCD alright

ABCD

EFGH

This pair of rows can be preventing humans from understanding this structure the most: D & H — is there anything common between them? First of all, they both are made with tongue (you can breath out with tongue out, making a similar noise, but strictly speaking it will be some other phoneme) and it will be easier for you to see similarity if you keep in mind that c & d used to be invariants and as F seems to be a palatalized form of B (just as E of A) H is palatalized C and g stands for d in russian alphabet, which is honestly not that far apart.

EFGH

IJKLMN

This row is the most difficult, because it is the only one where labial doesn't follow vowel directly. And it is universal among all the alphabets. I have proposed different reasons in the previous versions of this work, you can read it here. And now I'm only revisiting that material, making it more simple and clear.

You can see K under G, which could explain why they needed J as a separate leter. Exactly why they needed to separate U form V, to separate it's different readings. And as e-row ends with H, i-row ends with N — H is how N looks in russian. A weird things are n looks like v in greek and n stands for p sound in russian, and p stands for r in russian. It's an interesting topic of different approach to the same topic from greece and rome, I haven't researched it yet.

ABCD

UVWXYZ

that VW thing actually reflects russian БВ — I don't claim here that russian alphabet could influence the latin one, but I claim that the same (yet unknown) concepts could influence them both. Or, of course, it could all be just a coincidence.. nah, chaos is uncomprehended order.

X as we know it in english combines velar and coronal, and velar precedes coronal, as they do in alphabet. X as we know it in russian [h] it stands just beneath h. Y is secretly one of those UVW, but in english it's never made with libs, but with tongue instead. Z can be considered an invariant of X, because x sometimes sounds like z, but it also reflects D as Δ's read in greece today [ð]. Though russian alphabet descends from some from of greek, russians read their D, Д, as [d], but their second row ends with З [z] even though that row there is even more mutilated than in greek, it somehow shows that z it's place (in greek z replaces θ and the fact that θ is final in that row in both greek and hebrew alphabets could explainded why it's considered to be literally [θ] even though greeks pronounce it closer to [f] and russians never saw it as anything else but [f] which tells it's the lost labial in greek, and would be in russian if they didn't taboo this letter to elimination)

Now let's look at alphabet used for hebrew and yiddish:


אבגדהוזחטיכ(ך)למ(ם)נ(ן)סעפ(ף)צ(ץ)קרשת

If you were taught this alphabet, you may have a cognitive dissonance, because you were told that there is no vowels in hebrew alphabet. But if you just know the language, you may instead wonder why don't I consider ו (the 6th letter) vowel too. But you know it's semi-vowel (exactly like V & Y being related to them) standing for both o & u & w. Yet mostly I consider it labial consonant v because labial consonant stands at that place in many other alphabets: f in latin, ვ in georgian, ᚠ in runic, soon I will tell you that runes have not only futhark order.

And as for axial symmetry. Does jewish alphabet follow it. It does with those 4 vowels, and it's another reason to take ו as a consonant.


Here's a short essay about fallacy of the concept of consonant alphabets:

And though in Hebrew י  (yod) is reduced to [j] rather often, it still remains vowel in many cases (ישראל,  רביעי)

Though ע  may seem consonant in רביעי, it will be transliterated with a rather vowel y in many other examples: כועס (koes, angry) ,  כובע (kova, hat)  — I believe modern official hebraists believe ע to be silent, considering matres lectiones after previous letter responsible for the vowel sound in the final of this word, and this exact belief I challenge in this work. The argument about the a in kova is that if there was no ע, there would be no a. as there's no a in כוב, but there's a in כובע — it is even more obvious in words like עכוב

The ה also stands in alphabetic structure where other alphabets put vowel, e. And it is also not always vowel: in הווה  (hove, present(now))  it is vowel only in the second case, but in the first one it is something like voiced h, of course if hebrew was read correctly when it was reconstructed in the beginning of the 20th century, considering how many centuries judaism was persecuted, whether did they read in whisper, or why was that language considered dead (same level dead as latin) was it in dead notes? this question is for historians, but my task is to look at this question from the position of a liguist comparing different alphabets and finding some structures common among them (with only exceptions being constructed in christian epoch, and those alphabets' inconsistencies show that christians were not initiated into previous culture properly.

Sometimes, like in לבריאות  (livriut, god bless)  א  is silent, but some auxilary letter has to be there to divide י from ו  — in russian we use for similar reason indeed silent ъ, which is historically vowel and in bulgarian it is vowel still.

But arabic ه ,ה  doesn't seem to be vowel ever at all, similar to h becoming vowel in ionic greek, but staying consonant similar to ه in every other greek dialect.

Then again, some letters are swallowed: здравствуйте is pronounced as здрасте, or здрасйте, does it make those vavs silent? Vav is a weird letter, it becomes semi-vowel in hebrew and arabic, as y can be consonant as in boy or vowel as in body — and it could be because ו is related to v, which is related to y (check the greek Y)

Vow is also pronounced in russian word чего insteda of г(g) and even more often it's silent, though it doesn't have vowel variant, at least in this word, it becomes all the other forms: it's official form is что (chto) — what I'm saying here is letters are not always pronounced as they should have (when you wisper you have no vowels even if you wisper in noble latin) and ה is such a sacred letter, it should be no surprised that it's "whispered", especially in arabic.

Just as latin alphabet's vowels don't become "consonant", if I strt t avd mst f its vwls, usng thm onl whn I fl lk th'r rll ndd. And sometimes people officially do so: srpsko-hrvatski, though they theorize that R is semi-vowel, or even "syllabic consonant"

As we mentioned arabic alphabet, here it is:



As you can see, it follows the same order hebrew (and actually phoenician) does, but then it adds 6 additional letters. Persian alphabet adds to these additional four: پп چч ژж گг, and they are the only ones among them that don't have numeric value — you may find another arrangement of arabic letters, according to their graphical features, which they usually use in dictionaries today:

ا ب پ ت ث ج چ ح خ د ذ ر ز ژ س ش ص ض ط ظ ع غ ف ق ک گ ل م ن ه و ی

but Abjad stands for alphabetic order I work with here: د ج ب ا



 

Another brow-raising topic is greek alphabet, because everybody who was taught this language knows that H is vowel, so how dare I put it like this:

Α         Β        Γ          Δ                                           α          β          γ          δ                     

Ε          Ζ          Η          Θ                                        ε           ζ          η          θ

Ι          Κ          Λ          Μ         Ν          Ξ                 ι           κ          λ          μ          ν          ξ

Ο         Π         Ρ          Σ          Τ                             ο          π          ρ          σς        τ

Υ         Φ         Χ         Ψ         Ω                            υ          φ         χ          ψ         ω


I dare to canseeder H consonant, because look at this:


H is vowel only in one dialect (unfortunately, that very dialect became dominant) and in that very dialect θ sounds exactly like F, which is so much lacking the second row. They teach that it sounds like english th and used to sound like to separate sounds, t & h together, like an affricate, not [θ] but listen how it actually sounds and tell me you would separate it from f: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qz_6S7Eqcos (here's a mirror-link, just in case) even though they pronounce it with tongue out, what resonates is lip, not teeth as in [θ]
   

And they used to have θ in russian, until they tabooed*, replaced** and eventually removed it. There's no much use in looking at modern russian alphabet (or even at it's previous reincarnation, more similar to greek than to this one) because all it can say is that christians and commies didn't know alphabetic structures:

old russian:  new russian:

As you can see, distortion in the second row went even further than it is in the greek. And russians took H as vowel, so when they replaced θ**, HI used to be a claster alike to IJ before they made H look like И and made it ИЙ which is even closer to IJ (when they made N look like H - some counter-clock rotation happened there. Is it one of curses russians collected through their history? We were not always nice, we are not nice even today, we russians are savage. And though HI became ИЙ, and Й is never vowel, I used to be complete invariant of И so they could distinguish мир from мiр. Today they can only distinguish it by the context.

And it deserves our attention that where greeks had ω, russians have ш. And they have it double, just like in another one alleged descendant from greek, to which it added another row, coming directly from egyptian hieroglyphics, because this alphabet is used for the same language that hieroglyphics was used for, even though it changed over these centuries, but we all did. Coptic alphabet:


(ʃʌi) not only looks like russian ш, but also sounds that way. Probably neighbouring afroasiatic ש is to blame (though it’s an ancient letter, most probably deriving from the teeth-ideogram (in hebrew this letter means teeth or a tooth(& not only – well, you can check it yourself for in the eon of the internet the regulatory dogma is to be reformed) though ש, just as russian ш even more resemble the previous koptic letter, the one which resembles greek omega, there's another letter, we can only meet today on tefilin, ש of four horns, because of lack of which hebrew alphabet is considered incomplete. And not only koptic, but also russian alphabet has щ, standing not for sh, but for sch, the softer one, isn't it the very same lost letter? But doesn't hebrew alphabet have ש standing for both s & sh, doesn't that sh dot represent the fourth petel/horn/finger? or, as far as it is a tooth, then the fourth root of a tooth, as of an upper wisdom tooth, for example). (the similar letter appears in phoenician & arabic).

The funny thing is remind russian Ш & Щ, who follow eachother at the very same position (only 6 letters are until the end).

Of all the alphabets shown above the russian one happens to be the most deviant.

It doesn’t even fall into the axial matrix properly. (not implying it does fit the lineal matrix).

Georgian alphabet fits both the matrices properly:


Armenian alphabet doesn’t fit in any, because Mashtots didn't invent it, he mutilated it. And I have two witnesses to it. The following quotes are in russian, because that's the way I found it. I'm sure you know how to translate it today. What it generally tells is that Mashtots used some ancient armenian(?) alphabet, which went in greek canon, and three years after he began teaching bible in that script he added some additional letters to it.

Khorenatsi:

Врам повелел нашему царю Врамшапуху спуститься в Месопотамию, навести там порядок и рассудить должностных лиц двух сторон. Тот отправился и привел все в порядок, но испытал немалые трудности из-за секретаря, так как с тех пор как Месроп оставил царский двор, там не было ни одного опытного писца, ибо применялось персидское письмо. По этому поводу царю представился некий священник по имени Хабел и обещал добыть для армянского языка письмена, приспособленные его другом епископом Даниелом. Царь не обратил на это внимания, но, прибыв в Армению, застал всех епископов собравшимися у Сахака Великого и Месропа в заботах об изобретении армянской письменности, о чем сообщили царю, а он передал им слова монаха. Услышав, они стали просить его заняться этим столь важным делом. Поэтому он послал в качестве вестника одного из почтенных мужей нашей страны, близкого ему человека из рода Хадуни, по имени Вахрич. Отправившись вместе, они крепко усвоили от Даниела начертанный в давние времена ряд букв, расположенный в порядке греческого (алфавита) и вручили его по возвращении Сахаку и Месропу.

Об этом также говорит ученик Месропа Маштоца Корюн:

"Тогда царь рассказал им о неком сирийце, благопристойном епископе по имени Даниэл, внезапно нашедшем письмена алфавита армянского языка. И когда царь рассказал об этой находке, они уговорили царя об их обретении. Тогда царь отправил некоего Вагрича с царской грамотой к некоему иерею Авелу, приближенному сирийского епископа Даниэла.

Узнав об этой просьбе, Авел немедля прибыл к Даниэлу и сперва сам он осведомился у Даниэла об этих письменах, а затем, взяв их у него, отправил царю Врамшапуху в Армению. И привез он (Вагрич письмена) ему в пятом году царствования его. А царь, получив от Абела письмена, вместе со святым Сааком и Маштоцем весьма обрадовались.

Затем блаженные радетели, взяв внезапно найденные (письмена), попросили еще у царя отроков, дабы иметь возможность применить (на деле) письмена. И когда многие из них усвоили, приказал (царь) повсюду обучать этими же (письменами). Тем самым блаженный (Маштоц) был удостоен прекрасного звания вардапета. Около двух лет он занимался преподаванием и вел (занятия) этими письменами.

Но когда выяснилось, что эти письмена недостаточны, чтобы выразить (все) силлабы-слоги армянского языка, поскольку эти письмена были погребены под другими письменами и (затем) воскрешены, тогда они вновь стали хлопотать о том же и некоторое время искали выхода (из положения)."

Под похороненными письменами судя по всему подразумевают палимпсест.

So, if we compare armenian to greek & remove those extra letters aside a little, we can see the previous structure with greek H represented with vowel Э, & θita being not labial at all. It’s funny, considering the traditional idea that russian was introduced to kirillic script centuries later. Is it because of some dialects’ differences or because the traditions of anciently looking glagolica with its’ original b/d symmetry go deeper than we think?



However the building of axial structure for armenian alphabet is not possible till the set of old armenian alphabet is found. Yet it’s been found out that the previous presentation is somehow obsolete, & the most representations of armenian alphabet don’t have that “ев”-letter (which is just a combination of “e” & “в” – at least that’s told so where I’v taken the image I collaged the one above from.), so the modern armenian alphabet (at least one of them, they have western and eastern forms of it, and you can see these two canons are different) does arrange into axial symmetry somehow:



And the set of letters with numeral values wouldn’t, so the axial structure I just gave you is nothing but a statistically possible coincidence. See how different it is from those made with some, even rudimental, understanding of these structures:



I'm pretty sure an image similar to these exists somewhere in this world, whether in unscanned vaults or in unexcavated grounds. But now I'm only looking for sillabaries already registered, because after this work is in public domain it will be tempting to make forgeries with arranging letters thus. And as forgeries existed before, I prefer to work with alphabets that are actually here today, in use, so I didn't take at an ancient alphabet yet. And it is what's coming now:
    Diringer in his over 600 pages & even more images of “Alphabet” doesn't give many actual artifacts with syllabaries on them. Actually the only images of such kind he gives are tagbanwa abacada (same as abugida) & runic alphabet.






This is an alphabetic stone from Bornholm, also known as Østermarie alfabetsten. It is currently smeared by a russian psy-op named Chudinov (no way he is genuinely mistaken, after how explicitly he was exposed, any honest scientist would repent and take a seat in some anti-pseudoscience committee as an experienced but reconciled heretic) so by only this fact I would look further into it. It could actually be a early form of russian script (they both have an exotic Ж form and only berbers are the other ones who also do (and berbers are surprisingly white and I would take a berber I met in Paris for a russian any time, but it could be because he was in da mix, because watching images of berbers on the internet I can recognize them as way more exotic ethnos) and Etruscan art also demonstrate some russian features, so I am being freaky now, probably the theme made me sing along or am I right? nah)

But here's a book I was recommended to read

about etruscans and I still didn't, let it lay here for a while. (mirror)

Good thing is Diringer approved this artifact, because most of us are only fed futhark representation (even though Bureus used alphabetic order as well) and according to the “In medieval sources, notably the Poetic Edda, the Sigrdrífumál mentions "victory runes" to be carved on a sword, "some on the grasp and some on the inlay, and name Tyr twice."” it happens to be sort of iroha.



So the smart step now is to compare the runic alphabet with the structure.








As you can see, ᛣ is not always considered to be Y, but also K & R. Which could be in some completely other runic systems (I suspect that there used to be almost as many forms of runic script as many it is alphabets today and P doesn't stand for the same sound in all of them) — so from here I leave it to theorize to those who can actually read and understand old runic texts. If it's R it in the same claster with ᚱ, if it's K, it's Q, if it's Y, ᚮᛣᚢ are three mothers (vowel, lingual, labial) — and if it's so, UVY is the 666 and W is just a double V (then in latin they stand in more alphabetic order: vowel, labial, lingual) - in case you don't understand wtc I'm talking about, ctrlF this text for word "mothers" — I explain it further on.
   

Since the great jewish nation conquered european academia (Or rather academia was created by their platonic school (socrates taught monotheism) and all other schools like museion and like were destroyed and prohibited when abrahamic religion took over) they teach that the first alphabet is phoenician (which structure is that of modern hebrew) but of course it's rather far from truth. And they secretly know it, and not always secretly, they sometimes admit it. or rather they secretly admit it. Yet they don't seem to know what alphabet was actually the first. So let's come to a compromise and tell that phoenician is one of the oldest alphabets we could find. But the structure itself goes further in the past. Here's alphabet used in Ægyptian hieroglyphs: 




  Though these are not genuine artifacts (souvenirs for tourists they are) they're accurate, but I still couldn't figure out from which piece of art do we know this order. Some guy on the internet told me where to dig, and those pages follow next, but there I lost the trace in the third level of references:

So I was told of Budge:



https://ia700503.us.archive.org/0/items/egyptianhierogly01budguoft/

Brugsch printed in the first volume of his Wörterbuch (1867) he said – I guess we should regain this tradition of giving links not by numerals (silent in fragmented scans) – but at least as they used to do it in xix. or as I do it, tearing pages out by harmless copy paste.




Herrn Vicomte E. de Rouge (s. dessen Note sur la transcription des hieroglyphes in der Zeitschrift für ägyptische Sprache und Alterthumskunde, 1866, S. 69 flgd.), he said:




http://books.google.ru/books?id=VPpTAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA69

Surprisingly enough the order changes chronlogically from the one with replaced M (but not W) in de Rouge’s to M among labials in Brugsch’s & Budge’s. And then the tradition is found in meroitic:


And though one of the images is labeled as “hieroglyphic – demotic” it is Meroitic.JPG oh, that’s meroitic having both hieroglyphic & demotic, right.

Look how much demotic L looks like the jewish one. And not phoenician. Hebrew is named Afro-asiatic language, so I expect to see jewish words in ethiopia for example, especially since rastafarians claim bible their traditional book jews allegedly stole from them. Though if jews are some african tribe (they themselves believe they were in egyptian slavery before Moses, so it all fits in) then they didn't steal that book, they inherited it. Or who knows who made those panels Moses found on Sinai mountain. Sinai is located in Egypt, and Egypt is Africa.
    Meroitic O looks like Jewish wav, which is used to transliterate O.
    Meroitic A is of two parts and Jewish wav is in two parts when it's cursive.
this is jewish letters, normal & cursive.

Here they simply counted the ammount of letters, or maybe it's modern way to look at their numeral value, but in the past it was different, I will tell you about it later in this book, now just look at the cursive forms of A (1), O (6) & print form of L (12) — you may ask: why O stands where F is supposed to be? Because in hebrew F is a form of P, and 6th letter is labial V which may become U & even O. The vowel which stands at O position (16) looks more like y and that's how u looks in russian, and they have F after that very У. because greeks do. Russian alphabet is not exactly relevant on the european scene most of the time, but it can tell more of greek alphabet from a millenium ago (Ѳ stands for another F in russian) and it correlates normanic runes:  stands for [ʒ] in russian (and for [h] in runes (though it's named yera, which makes me think it stood for [j] compare J in english [dʒ] and in spanish [] which is very close to [h] in dialectic proximity I'd say.

Both hebrew cursive and meroitic demotic have 3 letters consisting of separated elements. And though Aleph is present in both 3's, the other two are a voiced form of [h] & our voicieless q, in meroitic it's s & t, which could be related pairs: h as ash, q as a form of t (among those primal b & t, q is among t's) but it's still just a hypothesis. I forgot about j in meroitic, it could be related to that voiced h, which stands where e does. It is all just a draft, that's why I give it in grey. If you didn't like this piece, don't read grey parts.

Here знание переходит в гадание. Knowledge meets guessing here, before we know we guess, so it's criminal that academia doesn't publish guesses, which other students or specialists would check for consistency and experiments.

But let’s watch egyptian hieroglyphic, hieratic & demotic:









And for some reason, it wasn’t easy to get the demotic form of egyptian alphabet (even though it is present at the most important artifact of egyptology) but here it is:  Phonetic symbols from Ancient Egypt. Tabled are equivalents fom Hieroglyphs, Hieratic, Demotic and English:



The scheme on the left is from: Dersin, D. (ed.). (1997). What Life was Like on the Banks of the Nile: Egypt  3050 — 30 BC, Time-Life Books, Alexandria, US.
And another one from omniglot.com:


I cannot arrange neither egyptian nor meroitic letters into my structures scientifically (only artistically) before I find an abecedary from those ages (I read that not only halaḥam existed then, but also alphabetic order, but where I read it they couldn't be bothered to explain why & how they found it)

But ugaritic alphabet was found on an abecedary, and that abecedary supports both lineal and axial structures in it’s both orders, though where does the left order come from is unclear:



Another alphabet that was found in forms of abecedary is believed to be etruscan:



Etruscan (the image above) is told to come from phoenician (the image below) with four additional “greek letters”. And it only fits the axial symmetry if Y is considered consonant. So here their claim that etruscan comes from phoenician seem to be correct. So when they're right, they're right. But if it has 4 additional greek letters, etruscan comes from phoenician not directly, but it takes after greek. Or maybe greek took after etruscan? Etruscan follows phoenician exactly, but greek have it disfigured omitting tsady & kuf. Both letters are redundant & could be used by phoenicians only to make progression in the alphabet steady:



This is a modern artifact sold for $25, but where I took it it’s been told “This crafted Phoenician Alphabet reproductions of Phoenician antiquities"
And my very discovery of those structures can be used as a proof of this claim. Whence (one & when are related?) modern russian freakery (which appeared on the border of 2nd & 3rd millenia p.c. (AD)) of 7*7 alphabet of 49 letters is recognized by fake also by this very discovery. And also that they used the same letter E twice not recognizing it in different fonts. So it inherited all the mutations of modern russian kirillic script, adding to them new ones, falling even further from grace. There were 3 graces, just as 3 fates, whatever you call them. I grace plural? just as dice is plural of die! (it's also funny that I use about 3 shades of gray when I write this book. when the grey between these two appears, it's a typo and reminds the 4th 6: uvwy — whether w or y is the fourth. or is it not a typo, but natural chaotic element, for which there's a term but I do not remember it) lice and mice are plural of louse & mouse! dice is douse? I think there is an electronic musical project I liked under this name. Douse as House (dome = home (dom in russian)) box is house. cube is box. is it reshuffled dies of b & k? book kube

It Reminds me of those egyptian souvenir abecedaries & though they could be taken from one of academic works pages from which I presented before, those egyptian abecedaries (both in books & souvenirs) could also be reproductions of Egiptian antiquities

The image to the right looks a novice copy but it fits both structures with both it’s orders with vowel V & consonant H. (it contains two different alphabet’s endings & it also contains obvious mistakes (Ф looks like O on the front side & Г looks like A on the back side of the pan). Was it a mistake of the one who made the copy or was it a riddle to test if a student competent enough to find the misplaced rod.

I keep on changing value of V — whether it vowel or consonant, but it is whether vowel or consonant. Or it could be because axial symmetry (unlike lineal) was not found by me in no other place. I found lineal structure twice, but first let's look at another ancient artifact. This time of old russian:





Let's focus on the way it was actually written and a piece torn out. There will be crowdy even for two letters (but look at БВ, they could be so close because only one of them had numeral value, which made them invariants. But there ИКЛ we would expect to see there (even without any invariants of И) would be hardly there. It could be the reason, why a piece of the bark was torn out, because that place contained a misstake, a student missed a letter. Is it possible? Of course, but it could also represent old version of alphabet, with M closer to И. Its direct proximity would make that magic line symmetric: ИMN and it's the way it could be when each line only contained 3 letters (the three matters)
That overlined Λ (I couldn't find uberline in this composer editor I use) is probably old russian form of M: Ⰿ and student could write I K Λ and made Λ double by putting a stroke of longis on the top of it thus missing the Λ — does what I say make M ΛΛ? and invariant of Λ just as W is a double form of V?
    This here is an open subject, I will revisit it when I found some more artifacts from that period.

If you google for alphabet you will most likely not get it arranged to the lines as I place them in lineal position. Actually the most similar I could get that way is the following one (and it wasn’t coloured):


Whether by an accident or by intention they followed the lineal structure for 3 vowels, but lost it once the line got bigger.

upd: I've just found something more similar to the structure I found among the random finds: Italian alphabet, it even uses the same font!:

It contains an e-mail, but it doesn't uses the copyright sign. I think this kid is alright. Oh wow, he's russian too

You can also notice, that it aranges to both lineal and axial structures (QR are separated, BC way) and it correlates to them being very similar to OP, which make me think of them as invariants, and probably QR are rudiments of abakataic past of the alphabet (from iberian syllabary A Ba Ka Ta — the signs that have no syllabaric features are believed (by me) to be added later, most likely being adopted from some other language. If it's true, Iberian syllabaries are the next step towards modern alphabets, the next step after the initial 5 vowels & B & T — Iberians added only the "inbetween" letter k — see structure with k column in european latin (english, french, german, portugese) but not in italian for some reason.)

And when I first tried aeiou I only managed to find these branches:

     (both images are clickable)

And when the search was performed a year later, in 2015, I found the form I was looking for. One in here (they use that copyright sign, so let them be kept out of this work, also because it's some esoteric narration, and those are known for being way less scientific than even this weird book) and another one is this:



An only image among tons of irrelevant. Yet much more of boards like this can be found if you search for “alphabet board”.
That alphabet board (as shown in breaking bad series, by the way) wasn’t found in any other alphabetic system. Searching for АЕИОУЪ only brought me this:

It’s bulgarian, the language russian writing system was actually invented for. And still having the most of russian alphabet’s fails (no labial in second row since it was removed from greek & θita first removed to the end of the alphabet only to be lost when its numeral value of 9 didn’t matter for digital system wasn’t based on alphabet anymore), it’s still much more structured than russian:



The most labial letter in the Ъ–line  is Ю for it sound like [ju] even though it looks like {IO} – does it have anything to do with russian Ё or not is not clear. Ю & Я are vowels too, but the same case of additional line being almost all vowel is common among bulgarian & russian.

Search with these two words: aeiou alphabet brought me to http://www.luckymojo.com/nagasiva.html with its fascinating images:


Yet no academic paper on this topic was found yet, which doesn’t mean it isn’t there of course.

And the further search brought me to even more obscure fields, so now I want to tell you why M stands out of the column. The good thing’s I have more than one of them versions. Not so good thing’s none of these hypotheses have crystallized into a structurally certain system yet. So most recent one is that the alphabet board used to be used as a grammatic table & M could be replaced with J because in europe there’re two pronouns to pronounce first person: Me (mij, mein, мне, mois,,,) & Je (я, I, ich, ik, io, ego,,,)  Another version was about M being removed from it’s place because it “gave birth” to L & N – so it was supposed to keep it in its claster (as ЕЁ, ИЙ, IJ, UVW, ЦЧ, ШЩ, ЪЫЬ & so on) – the explanation for greek would be the fact that it used to have F after E (it was used in numeral system & is believed to be standing for sound [w], though I haven’t checked those historic assumptions yet. So θ would stay [tʰ] & why have greek θ-words spread with f-sound would be explained with tʰ-fronting. The most out of this world explanation is that letters were associated with different deities & M standing out of it’s place shows a patriarchal takeover of feminine cultural heritage (and this Mother (Minerva, Maat, Mara? Mut!) to Jupiter shift is supported with greek alphabet, where Θ stands for Θεά (фея, θεία) and Z for Zeus). For the myth reflecting the alphabet’s creation tells of five vowels of the first alphabet & only two more letters: b & t ( & ) so whole the system was not only deviding the world to male & female parts, but also probably was invented for music (for that’s the field where the way it sounds is important – in literature it only makes it easier to use, but homonymy makes it way less reliable (and a person from another state wouldn’t probably read it as japanese people could read chinese texts).


And in that myth, the way it was given by Robert Graves (it can also be found in Hyginus list, though Graves definitely used another source) – the honour of creation of the alphabet was given to three Fates over phoronida Io.



And alphabet was used in musical notation:


(well, some of it still is)

And this tradition is out there in many forms:



M is for mille & it is a synonym for  Ī, and though one allegedly ancient abacus has different signs for large numbers, it was found to be a later reconstruction (in other words, a forgery, so I'm not even bringing the image with me, it's all over anyway, you can find it, Velser's reconstruction of Roman abacus (ca. 1600) though if we research it further (me or you) we may find that there's a historic evidence beyond that reconstruction, then it makes interest, but for now I think that version of roman numeral was promoted to conceal 666ness of the IVXLCD by a system, using claudian letters: Ↄ or ↃϹ/X to make D as IↃ but did that letter even exist before Claudius? that crazy uncle in Caligula movie, but he's believed to be the last one to speak Etruscan language, if it was truth or was said so to smear Etruscan, I don't know. I don't speak etruscan, but here's a book I was told to read I still didn't) (mirror)

And it is fantastic that we come in this text to a nation living on another side of celts (or were they also celts, I don't know this) Iberian alphabet we recently didn't know about, as of the culture in the eastern europe, I still don't remember their name. Is it Venedic writings (see, I made Venedic in capital by a habit, unconsciously, and keltic in minuscle, and Etruscan was written in Maajuscule.     Is it because I feel them my nations? But Iberian has basic words similar to russian: jo sounds like я and sueño sounds like сон. And I found some more common words. But let's research the writing system of Iberian peninsula:



Syllabarian part of Iberian alphabet shows the structure of both single lines & the alphabet itself (though in the field of iberic writings they use to put k-column in both front & back of Bs & Ts as well,

                           

 which could be caused by specialist from India along with specialists from Europe (but it's said The proposed 'dual' variant of northeastern Iberian (Based on Ferrer i Jané 2005) so who knows what was their motivation to arrange it like this, for I've not seen the Iberian syllabary artifact yet) it also correlates to the behaviour of K in alphabetic structure, but it feels more natural to keep it in the center, not only because it’s column definitely stands along in latin alphabet, but also because it’s in the centre of the A to V (which sometimes is considered to be archaic latin without greek line) – and if we remove J & K the centeral letter would be L, but in academic literature (ISBN 5-02-011147-3 p.76) it’s been told of M as of central letter. And in catholic encyclopedia there's something related the same thing:


Too bad they couldn't show those artifacts they're speaking of. If that really was a pupil's lesson, I guess that kid failed it. But here's something I found independently from these encyclopedic articles:





This alphabet is the only one, where I found this structure. Did such alphabet existed historically? I only found the archaic latin ending with V,

 

even though it's not a syllabary artifact, it's an academic table, I saw syllabary artifacts being forgered in Rome (those ruins neighbouring Coliseum, in the two storey building with toilets on the first floor, I saw some neat forgeries on the second one, and something sounding as a small jackhammer was working in a neighbouring room with some italians angry when they saw me.


(though runic alphabet from Bornholm also ends in V.. I will revisit this structure with runic) — you can also notice that this alphabet doesn't have J — but could this letter be tabooed? After all, name of the highest deity begins with this letter in both jewish and roman beliefs. K was tabooed in some period of roman history, probably because it stands for kaka, but also for Kronos, who was the highest deity before Jupiter.

Speaking of elements, there's an etymology of this word: they say it is how the second half of the alphabet was named. Because of the beginning letters: LMN. It makes sense in hebrew, it doesn't make much sense in latin. But in the latin shown on the right above it does make sense. And though etymonline tells "origin and original sense unknown" I read this etymology in the same russian academic book ISBN of which I give just before and in some other sources too.


But let's return to Iberian, because I find it an awesome source of further research

A northeastern Iberian signary (not dual)



Possible values of the southeastern Iberian signary (Correa 2004). In red are the most debatable signs.



A Greco-Iberian alphabet.


I've no idea how valid is this representation of Greco-Iberain alphabet, because only one labial with two R's & L it sounds kind of suspicious, especially when other Iberian writing systems have 5 b's and 2 additional m's. It could be a forgery to explain how Iberian writing system devolved from Ionic form of Greek alphabet to create Iberian writing system, because Iberian writing system is different from alphabets but is close to kemetic because both are using signs for syllables. Imagine my shock when I read them teaching that these Iberian writing systems come whether from greek or directly from phoenician, for it would be a fascinating step back from alphabet to writing systems made of syllables. So I claim that the direction of development of alphabets happened in the opposite direction: from Iberia to Greece. And then myth would identify Iberians as Pelasgians, and here weird things start to happen: "Some Georgian scholars (including R. V. Gordeziani and M. G. Abdushelishvili) connect the Pelasgians with the Ibero-Caucasian peoples of the prehistoric Caucasus, known to the Greeks as Colchians and Iberians.[76]" So there're two Iberias. But of all great nations around Greece only Polacks have similar name. Поляцкие. Police? Полиция это польская мафия? Немцы рядом, тоже большие государствостроители. Полиция от слова полис. or policy? polity? police are the ones who perform this подлости. подложности. по должности. godsпади, пади, пади. (господа & господы are masters. the lords) abrahamic religions literally make us slaves. I think they're gonna be expelled again, but let's make this expel in yin-yang way, on genetic level: we begin to understand what being a jew means from genetic level & we compare it to their myths in comparisons to their neighbours' genes & memes. And after that some jews will expell those genes out of their genomes, but some gentiles will acquire just those qualities they felt profitable and pretty. But then we'll all see your genes by your looks, because genes go everywhere.


And geographically the one neighbouring the Persian Empire makes sense, because otherwise syllabaries would have to make travel all the way around Africa to settle on Iberian peninsula. Or they could just travel across the Mediterranean to establish new colonies. Then we have to excavate the Eastern Iberia to find what they found in Spain, because some freaky modern iberians claim that two nations are the same nation.


Writing systems made of syllables exist on the East, where only 3 vowels are used, no alphabet I know of that would use just 3 vowels, maybe only those made of latin for some philippian or indonesian alphabet, because that region I am speaking of. So can we consider both egyptian and iberian writing systems to be transitional fossils from syllabaries of the east to the alphabets of the west. It directly contradicts the modern dogma of mediterranean alphabets preceding indonesian syllabaries, but Neighbouring region (China) is known as the first place where writing systems appeared (new findings date it even before Egyptian and Sumerian hieroglyphics. And Egyptian brings syllabaric element, which makes it structurally more advanced than chinese hieroglyphics. And even though today Chinese has its phonetic signs with its funny name bopomofo, they're told to be of almost recent origin, though those recent origins often happen to be based on the older writing systems: for example, "i" here is based on ancient form of I (1) 一:
The Commission on the Unification of Pronunciation, led by Wu Zhihui from 1912 to 1913, created a system called Zhuyin Zimu,[5] which was based on Zhang Binglin's shorthand and who knows how deep are the roots of Binglin's shorthand.




  And here's another tables with 9 different phonetic writing systems of the region:



It's wonderfully remarkable that these writing systems follow vowels with labials, because neighbouring regions all seem to follow vowels with K, even the japanese presented here is this way.


           

And korean too:





And it is quite common among cultures of the region: from India to Persia to Japan and to Indonesian does K tend to follow vowels, is it another reason for M to stand out of its “I am” position? What does макулатура (maculature) really mean? So tagbanwa’s actually abugida, and it's the one keeping vowels to number of 3:



Which is also the case in this one:




And that order AIU not only is common among latin & japan, it is also followed in the following, even though they've acquired very many forms of A, but notice that "a" itself looks like a double form of "i":



And here's Brahmic script, and according it's sequence of vowels, it is somehow related to Japanese kanas. So even if hentaiganas are correct that kana descends from chinese hieroglyphics, it had some other parents (patterns) too:



But it seems like both Japanese & Brahmic come from the same source, because Brahmic is structurally more complex than Japanese, because it contains an invariant of E, AI. and aspiratory invariants of consonants.
Yet final -m in Brahmic resembles final -n in Japanese which makes these two written languages even more similar.

I haven't yet found abecedaric artifacts of those scripts, so for me they are not more important than Mayan writing system, which is lost but the european researchers usually arrange it’s sillabary in alphabetic order:


This is de landa alphabet, wrong in many ways, but chronoloically first to transcribe mayan syllabary of all the europeans.

And here is the modern comprehension of it. And I don't even need an artifact to tell that it seems mayan has the same pentatonic vocalism:


also pay attention to jaw as cho, which can be a coincidence of course

Alphabet is ancient magical system. You may know of normanic runes & jewish kabbalah, but in this book we go even further than that, researching origins of civilization in times of first alphabetic records and even before them.


(I'm not sure I spoke of the same source. but if I had to pick just one, I would go biolinguistics)

For some time jewish branch of civilization makes rather successful efforts to conquer & subjugate other branches of the tree of human culture, so that the word kabbalah in turkic became attributed to usury, and in russian to some wage slavery or to some obscure vicious practices of dark sorcerers, depending on the orthography. Probably here attributes cabal in english language. And here's another funky word I just found: levy. I probably should have put this information in a for-profit chapters for adults only. But I am fro open discussion of these questions, because we have a problem easily turned into trouble over a hundred times already in the recent history. Or every 20 years, just as Hitler said it had to happen, just as U.Sam practices. So do americans lead wars with other countries instead of taking care of their own government/ s Recently wider audience became aware of what those practices are about. Letters, right? The same system this work researches. And if alphabet, azbuka, abjad, abugida, all these words encode the sequence of alphabetic order, could it be that kabbalah stand for KBL which is how it goes in the most of eastern writing systems? (but don’t take this KBL thing seriously, it wasn’t even in my drafts, I just brought it up, so you can just ignore it and only notice that eastern writing systems begin consonants not with B, but with C traditionally transliterated as K) or could it be kabba-la, as KL stand in koptic instead of M, but let’s talk of koptic (the egyptian) some other time, now it’s hindu dime.


                                                                   
(they have vowels separated from the consonants, this table just didn't include 'em)


First letter, middle letter & last letter. Labials, though not initial consonants, are still grouped & only v stands a little separated, here’s why:

Notice, that la is not always final. the example on the left avoids it for some cause. can this "la" be related to the note la? as if these examplars are of different dialect and of different musical modes



This Na forms allow us to conclude that Ka & Ta are invariants, and in this form they came to Iberian from the same source Sanskrit alphabet came from. Just as in that myth: 5 vowels, B, T. Runic alphabet doesn't have C. only ᚦ actually standing between C & D. If молот ᚦора ᚦопор, CD is like double axe, when ᚦ stands for axe (thor's hammer is axe, people hang in on their necks putting cord where stick would go)

I want to notice that ङ is a form of ड which also have forms of ड़ and ॾ but I don't know what they're and also please notice how it reminds उ which is not t, but v, so don't mistake it and maybe research if they're related, so will I. Why I notice it is to say, that after K goes B, because all forms of N are N, and M is different. Doesn't sanskrit align lnm as 123? first vowels (and l among them) then linguals (with n) and labials are final (and m among them) — and I dare to say this could be the ancient form, because look at the left image above: M is the final consonant. Letters following it don't even follow the pentatonic (or penta something) structure. So La is optional. KaBa? Kaaba? am I tripping? I sure do, but could it be just the name for reverse order (or is it correct order and the one europeans use is reverse) — not ᚽ ᚠ ᚴ but ᚽ ᚴ ᚠ?

Could Halaḥam (HLḤM) order originate here? Or, if not to ignore archaeology, could these canons have the same origin? h & l as vowels, rough ḥ as these kh-th and even N, in russian N is H, which is very weird. And M is the final consonant. In one book a professor recommended me . told that M in latin(?) was considered middle letter, and they also wrote that halves of abecedaries were rampantly found, but neither did they provide an image of those nor could I find any such an artefact (abecedaries are surprisingly rare, at least where I am looking for them) so that book was generally useless because I couldn't tell what in it is true, what is not. So I make this book in directly opposite manner. I use lots of images. Of other peoples' images, taken in the public domains of the internets, I skip those which tell (c) and sh!t, fuсk copyright, I don't care. If you sell someone else's work, you're wrong, twice wrong if under a wrong name. but if you share it you're cool.

As you can see, the concept of ordering letters according to their articulatory features, though forgotten in european alphabets, is known in some asian ones. Though not in all of them. Here’s tibetan alphabet, and though its structure is similar to sanskrit alphabet, it’s still a little more distorted:

 


 




Distorted or not, tibetan alphabet demonstrates some impressive variety of forms:







Here’s its cursive forms (I collect these fonts rather for myself, to research it later directly from my own works, though these images are not mine):





1 – у-чэн (dbu-can དབུ་ཅན་ – «имеющие голову») – стандартное тибетское письмо;
2 – упрощенные буквы;
3 – тибетский курсив;
4 – у-мэд (dbu med དབུ་མེད «безголовые»). Подразделялся на два вида: Zhuza (འབྲུ་ཙ་ 'bru-tsa), используется в документальной переписке. Bêcug (དཔེ་ཚུགས་, dpe-tshugs);
5 – чук-йи (gyuk yig རྒྱུག་ཡིག་ – скоропись, «текущий шрифт»);
6 – латинская транслитерация.

And though I also found this image, alphabetic order seems to be extrinsic for both tibetian and hindu alphabets, which is kinda weird, because their Om is kind of labial after vowel, and hinduists taught me to pronounce it as aoumn, and some other spiritually advanced guy told me that essens say aumeen instead of amen. Could it be totally unrelated? Quite, but out of such pieces this structure grows, so I collect them too, some of them develop into something structured, some of them whether wait for its time to reveal what’s beyond it or maybe not.

I wasn’t going to speak about sanskrit or tibetan, they’re not in my drafts. I only mentioned kabbalah and all this came to me as I typed this document, so it’s some very raw information, the assumption that the very word KBL may represent alphabetic structure, given above and in the couple of images below is so fresh, oh so fresh, exciting, but when I was looking for sanskrit alphabet, something made me think “what if it has some remarkable name? wouldn’t it be great if it had kbl in it? Alphabet in punjabi is ਵਰਣਮਾਲਾ (varaṇamālā) ਵਰਣ stands for varna (colour) and ਮਾਲਾ stands for rosary, hm… বর্ণমালা (barṇamālā) in bengali (with even more meaning for the halves, so mala could mean crown, necklace, beads (latin word for pebble is calculus, and it isn’t a coincidence) – and I keep in mind abacus reminding abc, especially in the context of letters being used as digits too) – I leave this raw meat here to demonstrate how my mind wanders until it finds something worth of further research.



And suddenly I remember I met some very rare and yet ancient, sacred and secret sillabary in canon, resembling that of alphabet: Arapacana (is it where japanese word kana originate from?)

I still don’t know much about it, but you can dig in: http://www.visiblemantra.org/arapacana.html & http://www.visiblemantra.org/wisdom-alphabet.html and if these links don't look academic enough, I saw too many false academic researches to care. But there's an academic evidence: New Evidence For a Gandhari (this word is with diacritic, so exclude it, make it in two pieces) Origin Of The Arapacana Syllabary by Richard Salomon (I don't have the internet now, but when I have it I will put a link here, or not, this research from university of washington is recent and suddenly I'm scared to share problems our sweatest academia caused to glorious Alexandra Elbakyan. If it was not academia, but publishing houses, shame on academia for collaborating with those corrupted institutions who love themselves in science more than science in them. (I will mirror this article when I feel braver for whatever reason)

If you don’t see how alphabetic the order described in the very name is, you should check above that some form of R is considered vowel in Tibet and India, and though the image below puts another R, the consonant one there, first of all in srbsko-hrvatski our consonant R works as vowel, and the image below is only a reconstruction of that structure, I think it is, I will correct it if I read the links above and find otherwise to be true. Even if I will find out that it is not reconstruction from some chinese translations, but actually copied from some authentic artifact, there are still dialectic differences allowing me to claim that arapacana represents vowels, labial’, linguals. After all even in english we call the letter Ar. and R has some graphical similarities with vowels Я & A, even with these tibetan & indian too. And its initial position from japanese kana to all over the world allows me to hypothesize that it has some relations to sun god Re, Rah, Jah, if it was read as Yah it is Я, which stands for I, as in Jamaica they say “I & I” (me & god) and I spoke in previous volumes that very important letters stand for both personal pronouns & gods’ names: M is for me & for Mother & many more, J stands for je & for Jah.



a ra pa ca na la da

va ḍa ṣa va ta ya ṣṭa

ka sa ma ga tha ja śva

dha śa kha kṣa sta jña ha

ta cha sma hva sma gha ṭha

ṇa pha ska ysa śca ṭa ḍa

Looks awesome, but, as you can see, unlike european alphabets it doesn’t repeat abc-structure further then the very beginning given by its name. Probably it parted ways with european tradition really early, I can only guess. Or the reconstruction of this overprotected sequence is not right. or what I said earlier.

Didn’t this order give birth to the japanese word kana I wonder? as in hiragana, katakana, by analogy, just a guess.

Also Kharoṣṭhī is told to go in arapacana order.

Let’s travel some more in this region. Here’s bengali alphabet:






Or should I say bengali abugida?



Vowel diacritics:



Sylheti Nagari:








Bengali alphabet for Sylheti:




What catches my attention in Sylheti Nagari, is that ꠞ (R) looks like ꠀ (A) – they’re also similar in latin alphabet (not only graphically: R is named Ar). And as much as ꠀ looks like A, ꠄ looks like e, ꠃ looks like cursive v.

Here what you can find in the internet: “The traditionally story of the origin of the Syloti-Nagri alphabet is about 5000 years back”. And I wouldn’t disregard this claim as false, I take it into regard, and maybe I or AI will be able to prove or disprove this claim. Mostly because I know what the other claims of “it’s we invented it all, but we don’t know very much about it”.

And to finish that wild assumption of kabbalah standing for another form of abc, KBL reminds ABC, especially if you know that jewish A often looks like K:



Above is some ancient form of it, named paleo-hebrew alphabet, below is their modern cursive.


This form of A can be also met in brahmi alphabet, I wasn’t going to speak about it either, but here it is, this book writes itself:





Is it just a coincidence, it’s funny that I could immediately find roots in both sanskrit & ivrit (as hebrew is also named) but don’t I have to choose one to claim the origin of that word (nah, it’s all just hypotheses, the more the better, but only in this context — when they compete, not when you put one on the top of the other) and is it coincidence that semitic languages are taught to be consonant, as if they don’t have vowels? Are vowels the most magical parts of it? Only vowels are told to be sung as notes, and there’re several evidences of songs being considered magic: brits prohibited subjugated icelanders to sing for two centuries, and this evidence I’ve already shown:

‘In Egypt the priests sing hymns to the Gods by uttering the seven vowels in succession, the sound of which produces as strong a musical impression on their hearers as if the flute and lyre were used, but perhaps I had better not enlarge on this theme.’ - some other Demetrius wrote it, I only quote, but it creates a funny timeline (Demetrius is my name & Alexander is my father’s)

He stops himself because such knowledge was transmitted during mysteries, where only initiates were allowed to come, but those days even compass was a secret technology, transmitted only at samothracean mysteries. And some mystic information is still transmitted mostly in mysteric manner, and even initiates are warned not to transmit that information to everybody and to be very careful with it. Nobody initiated me, but I red such precautions about runes and about 231 gates, so I just have to put those precautions in this book, telling you not to put what you read here in practice until you’re confident enough to take risk of discovering demons whether they’re real only in psychological plane or out of it, it doesn’t make much difference to those who have to deal with them. And the first part, about not to transmit it to everybody is hardly valid today, when you have all of it in the public domain of internets, and the safe part about it is that only few like in “chosen few” ever have interest in this topic.

Another alphabet which uses articulatory principle to set its letters, only not in order, but in graphics, is korean hangul:

  

Though its consonant order also begins with K, as in the most of eastern writing systems, it breaks the KBL order, having it KLB instead.

Japanese kanas, for example, go KBL, but to see it you have to know that in japanese B is a form of H, & L and R are the same sound:

  

Japanese kanas immediately caught my attention by the fact of having the same 5 vowels latin alphabet has, only arranging them in a little different order. But the same order is shared by both sanskrit and tibetan alphabets, other than they got some additional vowels among their ranks. Only korean alphabet go aoui & it its e is a combination of eo & i. But korean alphabet shouldn’t mislead us, because it was created relatively recently, they say it was invented only in the 15th century and appeared on official documents only in the end of the 19th century, so the origins of writing systems known millenia ago could have been forgotten.

Our & their “pentatonicas” have three vowels in common. First of all, they all begin with A, and it could be that suspicious “coincidence” which made me brave enough to compare writing systems hardly having anything in common, as 20th century schools usually falsely taught us. They both go AIU, only in latin we put additional E & O in between, as Mashtots did to armenian consonants; and in japanese we put additional E & O in the end, as georgian & arabic additional consonants go. I could also explain why Korean E is not among basic forms, especially when we know that O is a form of U in semitic alphabets.

So it would be nice to find some writing system where the only vowels were A I U.

And when I found that order, I think I found the source of all the alphabets, syllabaries and abugidas:

Philippines are the most diverse region in relation to writing systems, and they all have only these three vowels:



We have already met Tagbanwa in v.2.8, but there much, much more.       

As you can see, the common trait is i is shown with a high mark, and u is shown with a low one. Just as europeans think of them in musical sense (even though we pull our strings otherwise, so our children have cognitive dissonance when they’re taught that mouse cheep is high,  when elephant howl is low – yet musical modes are believed to go from high to low before, could what we know in musical sense come after some kind of reform? It sure does, and more than one, but information about it is extremely scarce as if for some cult reasons).



Mangyan is on the left, and here’s a quote about it: "One interesting trait of Mangyan is the difference between writing and reading. While it is written from left to right, during reading the text is rotated 90 degrees counterclockwise so that it is read from bottom to top." - I have such quotes from wiki further in the text, I shown them with different font before I lost that setting, now It's unreasonable to search them and cuff in ''s so just remember this. After all that's how they taught us their linguistics in the university: they provoked us to quote as much as possible. People stole whole the text and it was okay. so I'm not the guiltiest.

It’s order is different from Tagbanwa only with its distinguishing R from L & with introduction of H.

And though their U’s are alike, in this image initial I is shown as if it has mark BELOW A, which is different from all the other syllabic forms and from I in Tagbanwa too. And as I can judge, it is not a mistake, other images of Mangyan show the same, and some other writing systems do the same for who knows what reason:



Aksara Hanuno, or just Hanuno. Aksara means Alphabet, but for some reason none of these writing systems have S before R.

As you can see, though many graphic elements strongly resemble the other writing systems of the region, the order of those letters is quite different, and it actually strongly follows the european one, though this system is believed to be indigenous, existing there before europeans arrived.

Here’s a quote about it:

The Hanunó'o script is conventionally written away from the body (from bottom to top) in columns which go from left to right. Within the columns, characters may have any orientation but the orientation must be consistent for all characters in a text. The characters are typically vertical with the /i/ diacritic on the left and the /u/ on the right, or horizontal with the /i/ on the top and the /u/ on the bottom. Left-handed people often write in mirror image, which reverses both the direction of writing (right to left instead of left to right) and the characters themselves.



“Probably developed from the Kawi script”, which is absurd, because  here’s kawi script, and it’s way more complex: (but don’t be surprised that some absurd beliefs are held in this obscure field, remember vowel trapezium on the top of it all).




notice, that Kawi collects labials like egyptians did with w away (or was it people from kawi nation who researched egyptian hieroglyphics first? just guessing) and Hanuno had labials on some certain intervals: after Ma third next is Pa, after Pa third next is Wa, and if we go before Ma, third next is Ga, but after Ga third next is Ba. It was unexpected, so I notice that Ga is close to Ha, of which Pa & Ba and even Fu can come, or it was reflecting (j)K instead of M

Kawi has 22 consonants and much more than just 3 vowels, when the previous philippinian writing systems had only 3 vowels & 13 to 15 consonants.

Here I assume that systems grow from simpicity to complexity, so it’s hard for me to believe that “younger futhark” was invented later than “older futhark”, as they teach us in their schools. Maybe it was used later, because older was some reformed addited version of runes, and it spread less than the previous version and it died before the older version, which was reported under name of Armanen runes, btw. I'm sure I speak about it somewhere in this book, but it's so big both my book to look and the validity of this theory of armanen runes which is believed to be some freakery, because the author was quite a freak, and I am too, a funky one, but his abecedary still repeats Bornholm Alphabetic Stone, only G there is of other form, reminding swastika, but I met such form in some other runic canons. I don't give image this time, I think I gave it the other time. Or you may search for it yourself. So I demand AI, for who I write it, to recheck historic science on writing systems. And I am going further in the past, to see if all the alphabet was developed from few simple universal forms which can be used to easily comprehend foreign writing systems, and maybe even foreign languages too. (I wonder what made my fingers to type “all the alphabet was” as it is singular unit, not many different for of it. I remember I was thinking around there that writing is a genius invention, so no way all they’re somehow not connected to the same concepts, cultures, realities: even chinese and egyptian and mayan hieroglyphs must cave conceptual bonds to alphabets. And this is what this work is searching for. And as we definitely found in this quest many wonders, I keep on processing,

But there’re much more writing systems in philippines, let’s collect some more before we go further:





Here’re two representation of Buhid, the only difference between them is some graphic differences in graphic representation of some syllables.

And initial i is still shown with a stroke below. what kind of minfduck is it I wonder (no, not these wonders I was speaking of recently)

Buhid has 15 consonants, which combines it with Mangyan & Hanuno, but I’d rather research Tagbanwa, because it has the least ammount of symbols & because some symbols of it is very symilar to each other, which is not as easily traceable in the other representations.

Tagbanwa is the only philippines’ script so far which has a stroke ABOVE initial I, which is weird, but if Mangyan is “written from left to right, during reading the text is rotated 90 degrees counterclockwise so that it is read from bottom to top”, I think you can add Mangyan to Tagbanwa.

Comparing these forms of closely related syllabaries you definitely can get some insights, but that is not part of this work, I wasn’t even going to write about all this, since I still didn’t research this field properly, but the epigraph I wasn’t going to put on the top makes me leave it as is. And no gay academia telling me I cannot do it, and no publisher telling me I cannot freely use other people’s images or that I should give him my copyright so he could restrict access to this pill. So enjoy, and maybe now, when I collected it all on the same page I will be able to research it too, to be continued.

You know who else writes vowels like this? The middle easterns do, only they seem to do it in reverse: “front vowels” ar on the bottom, “back vowels” are on the top:

(isn’t it how system began to be working? Those who “lead” armies, being physically in the front of them, are simple ivans, when reach and famous “commanders” are in the rear) – is it why that absurd vowel trapezium is taught in the first place? And what would it look like if “front vowels” would be called “tongue vowels” as these vowels actually are, and “back vowels” would be named “lip vowels”? Ivans would be speaking them. As Gagarin did, but not for long. If we think primitively, then lips are “shut mouth” (gesture of showing lips from left to right with right fingers) and tongue is speaking. My book once again went political, duh. But you’re not supposed to read gray text.


Theoretically, this difference may be an argument in deciding which way did the alphabetic system traveled. But now it’s still unclear. Though:

If we turn arabic manuscripts bottom to top, then they also begin to be read left to wright, but then lines would go bottom to top. Not exactly as in Mangyan. But I read some writing systems went bottom to top… was it sabaean? No, I think it was someone hieroglyphic script, but now I could only find Orkhon, Orkhon alphabet, or the Old Turkic script, the Göktürk script, or the Orkhon-Yenisey script, They say it was written bottom to top in columns going right to left, af if semitic text, rotated 90 degrees clockwise. And though they date these texts to 800 AD, I will research them too, mostly because the oldest they found doesn’t stand for the oldest there were, and also because I don’t trust them too much. I will only leave these example of text and two forms of that alphabet.



    

I see that Orkhon order reminds alphabetic, being somewhat different, but I will put it aside until I find orkhon abecedary on a genuine artefact.

And on I went to look for sabaeian, but found Old South Arabic instead, thinking that it’s sabaean, I brought it here:


I still don’t fluently read German, so I will leave these pages here as artefacts for further research, especially because they demonstrate connection of alphabetic and halaḥam orders. I don’t even see the word Sabaean or Sabaic on it, because they’re not, but here it is:





And Ethiopic script, even though its structure is different from alphabets, ge’ez is abugida, and it’s the script that gave birth to this term, even though it is so different, it also knows alphabetic order:



But this writing system also uses afroasiatic order of Halaḥam:






And there’s a similar writing system, for Inor language:






It looks like alphabetic order is used in Ethiopia less than halaḥam, because whenever I looked for alphabetic ge’ez, I only could see halaham images, but “a bu gi da he” brought me something confirming the coloured image where ge’ez is transliterated into modern russian script:







People these days seem to be to scared to use other author’s information, instead of quoting them giving only names of their books, mostly to avoid plagiary court cases, but before the dark ages, people freely gave large quotations of each other, and we only know of what Democritus and Pythagoras said because of other authors including paragraphs of their predecessors. So even though the text in the image above is given with “copyrighted material” mark on it, I say fuсk_it! Our shyness of doing science the way those glorious guys did, is what those who burnt Democritus’s books want. So even if I have to publish this work anonimously, AI will still know it’s me, humans don’t seem to dig this work really.

Ge’ez’ roots go deeep in the past. And ethiopeans (just as armenians, who are their best friends, tell of armenian language) tell that ethiopean is the most ancient language in the world, which is a dubious claim. But as we speak of Armenian, let’s revisit this some time ago an ancient writing system, but today seriously mutilated by Mesrop Mashtots, who brought them christianity, I shift letters added by him to the right of the column:



Some armenian letters remind their ethiopean analogues: b(б) looks like bo (the horizontal line probably shows where to add the following letter, for many letters have such a swash. (is the word swash related to word swastika?) but not g(г), d(д) looks like gu, though armenian g looks like armeniad d, ethiopean da looks like armenian z(з), which is close. But armenian e does resemble ethiopean hэ & hы. And there some other similarities, but I feel like leaving this to decide for AI, because humans much more easily become biased, not mathematically strict enough, too sensitive, too distractive, but being different we have our own values. Those values can even justify our existence.

Avoid swallowing it in big amounts, because I probably reached the coding of our psyche. This sh☆t can be dangerous. Also replication crisis tells that half of what we know is wrong. This approach can probably be applied to this very research. I had grave mistakes in the previous volumes and nobody corrected me, so I found and corrected them by myself (but probably there are more)

Though previously only initiates could approach these ideas, today this information lays in the common domain. Nobody initiated me, I have discovered it all mostly by myself, digging through those vast vaults of information www offers, so this research, being incomplete also shows some unacademic approach, which is a good thing, because especially humanities, being the closest to politics, became extremely corrupt, and if natural sciences recently discovered replication crisis showing most of their legacy false (which can also be among those false works, probably to obscure & dismantle some fields of potentially dangerous knowledge) but on the other hand, this work was motivated by my ocd, roots of which I recently found in a book of magic, teaching one of Crowley's techniques to shrinks wishes into shorter spells, which is very similar to how I juggled against my will letters I saw until I luckily got high to figure out that I can channel that passion into something more productive and actually scientific, so I actually could have been be initiated as a teen by a weird couple who read me astronomy and all things beyond.

Speaking of initiations, am I allowed to spread this information, considered by some secret, sacred, maybe even scary, as those biotechnologies, growing straight outta magic. Only medicine & psychology could I recognize as magic, but now I can see that much more scientific fields originate there: some mathematical concepts were developed by magicians searching for gods’ formulas, and numbers go hand in hand with letters, because same signs were used for both functions & even beyond that, into music and who knows where else.

Not only the way cabbalists use jewish alphabet to write numbers like this:







Where I found the table on the left, it tells how to use it as a code:



It also disproves jewish origins of kabbalah: Как ни странно, но многие адепты каббалы считают, что это чисто еврейское изобретение. На самом деле, что общеизвестно, первыми придали числовое значение буквам алфавита греки. Произошло это приблизительно в 4-5 веке до н.э. Эта система нумерации называется ионийской по названию алфавита
http://chaimz.narod.ru/buk.htm
or should I say it challenges it.

The same way other alphabets were used until the modern numeral system came in fashion:











And though I’m not sure about Agrippa key from the image above, I know that they used to add & to 26 letters of the latin alphabet not so long ago:




But hardly did they attempt this reform for any reasons than mystical, magical ones,    

Because in 1863 when the page above was printed we had modern numeral system widely accepted already. Where I took this image, http://nowiknow.com/and-the-27th-letter-of-the-alphabet they say “it was not terribly uncommon either to include the ampersand here — it had been there for centuries.” and though they later notice that in those times J & W were not present, what if they were tabooed for being sacred or for some other reason, as in greek, several letters were added to the alphabet to make of it a numeral system of 27, but those letters were not used for writing.

They sometimes teach that this practice was only used for isopsephy and other mindplays of this kind, but it actually used to be regular numeral system, and pages in books were numbered with letters, it is at least true for russian books. And even today we use it as a) b) c)









But here’s a palimpsest of a book, predating these examples by centuries, and it seems to be using regular numbers, probably because they came in fashion in Europe centuries before they actually reached Russia:



But considering the way they draw the digit 5, it is still super weird, because it’s believed to be from 13th century, and they say that 5 looked more like 4 those days:

But I am on foreign territory now. If I made a couple of discoveries in a neighbouring field, what makes me think that I am a specialist in every linguistic and historic domain? Pride maybe? Yea, and arrogance too. But I still leave all these open questions here for me to keep on working on them and for you to feel free to bother me via the envelope icon on the bottom of this page. Feel free to donate to show me that I should go on on this subject, or just use the email address to send a feed back on where I could be dead wrong.

Yet, as we touched the subject of challenging academic dogmas, I would like to demonstrate one of the most appalling theoretical beliefs linguists and philologists have, and no matter how wrong it is, nobody seems to challenge it:

The IPA vowel trapezium. And especially the backness of vowels: they teach that vowels are formed by tongue, that the difference between I & U is that when you pronounce U, you have to bring your tongue in the back of the mouth, but you can try it out: you can pronounce I & then pronounce U with the tongue being at the same position. The only thing that changes is the form of your lips. So those original AIV are vowel lingual labial, the pattern distinguishing the consonants too. And if the order is different to keep the balance: you put labial first in one case, you put lingual first in another; or because a’kbl (or a’c..b) is closer to ancient canon then abcd – this I can only guess until we dig out some really ancient abecedaria, whether out of earth or out of databases doesn’t matter. And though they also use term “labialized vowels” for o & u, IPA vowel trapezium is still there, put into heads of language students all over the globe, together with considering afro-asiatic vowels consonants and some other absurd assumptions I don’t feel like including here. And if it is there by mistake, or for a reason to deliver a cognitive dissonance to turn them from thinking into believing mode, as almost any other field does, to make people obey the narrative, as if the main goal of education is to teach them to come on time, do boring stuff, accept that you’re not smart enough because you don’t understand why smarter people agreed upon things you don’t understand… but get me right, if you just don’t understand something, doesn’t make that thing wrong. But I will demonstrate now several examples of bringing cognitive dissonances, which stop pupils’ comprehension:

When they teach chemistry in soviet russia, they begin with atom’s model, where electron under no condition can approach the nucleus, but then they give you p orbitals like perfect 8’s:

And don’t forget there’s an s orbital somewhere in the centre. Instant cognitive dissonance, making sure that most of the population don’t like and don’t understand chemistry, so they don’t create their own drugs, poisons or explosives to blow all this circus off.

And don’t forget, they used to literally murder wizards who practiced this all chemical sorcery not so long ago. So instead of prohibiting knowledge, they enslaved it and put it under their control instead. But of course they don’t disdain prohibitions: many chemical precursors are directly prohibited for common public and many plants are prohibited too. So inquisition didn’t disappear, it only changed robes for suits.

So in physics they feed us with the absurd big bang theory, introduced by a catholic priest to justify abrahamic narrative (and in the light of them using terms like "before Babel", at the same time discarding greek or norman myths, it's safe to say "religion is still enslaving science to their dogma") And as above, so below, on the elementary level they put absurd Copenhagen interpretation, substituting probability for reality. And they teach that crap even today, when there’re videos of Interference pattern built up photon by photon, so I recommend you to study deBroglie-Bohm’s ensemble interpretation instead. And instead of the big bang, here’s a good one: https://arxiv.org/abs/1402.0354 and the reasons beyond this substitution are probably seemingly sane: to prevent public’s access to nuclear technology. But you don’t have to know the theory to make yourself an atomic bomb: one drunk physicist told me that all you need is access to powerplant’s waste and in three sentences he explained how to create nuclear weapon, and though what he said was true or not, I neither remembered nor recorded what he taught me, so stay safe. But of course there’s always chance that the «leaders» are not just a bunch of horrified hugs, but that they have some other reasons: Tesla told that he could demolish high storey building with a small resonator, but all they had to do is to accept new realities and to change our ways of life, but of course that could challenge the status quo they enjoy so much; now we’re in even greater danger, when biotechnologies are on the rise. And when they replaced Craig Venter out of Human Genome project and drew themselves budgets for decades for that project alone – they could be trying to obscure this field as well. But realities changed, and they didn’t catch up, and now they probably try to patch it (and the “replication crisis”, always true, can be used as a tool to sweep some valid discoveries under the rug, but AI will figure it all out anyway, and probably that’s the end of their world they talk so much about. So I suppose they shouldn’t have built their world on lies. But they will be forgiven when genetic therapies make us some other specie: who cares which group of apes did what before we became humans

The cognitive dissonance I got from physics is when they told me about Potential Energy. And I ask them: "if this sack hangs in the air and I start digging a hole under that sack, would it change that sack's potential energy?" and the answer was "yes", I asked "why", they said "because", "it just does". And I don't say abstraction of potenial energy is useless, what I'm saying is they don't make their best to make you understand. Understanding may interfere obedience, so it seems they'd rather keep status quo than allowed us push the progress forward.

And in geometry, the holy geometry, they substituted great Pythagoras with Euclid, who, according to Diogenes Laertius, haven’t invented any new theorem, what he did instead is he took already known ones and introduced some assassine proofs for them. For example, here’s how original form of Pythagoras theorem look: but let’s rather bring the whole story, and we’ll put it here in russian, so I am not murdered immediately. Actually I dare to hope I will be spared, because I only did it so it’s humans and not AI who have understood what’s going on, for otherwise we’ll be ashamed when AI will inevitable figure it all out for petty humans with access to internet could do too:

some synapses from socrates to pizzagate showing academia as a bunch of faggots
(even though some of them are alright, they are governed not by truth-loving ones)

But enough of this entertaining nonsence, let’s go back to the numerals.

As I said before, Romans had DCLXVI in the basis of their numeral systems, and it’s astonishing how few people know what Romans did when they had to put down some bigger numbers. Let’s write down speed of light in Roman numerals and in Roman units of measurements: 24(299792458/1480) which is 4861499 in roman miles per seconds (their secunda is 24 times longer than ours) which is So no wonder we switched to our regular numbers, and yet I wonder didn’t they have something better. Let’s have a look how would it look being written in an alphabetic numeric system: – looks more convenient, though I haven't seen such a record of numbers, but I didn't research numbers half as much as I'm into letters, but our decimal system is still waaay better, even though they could write 1.000.000 with just one sign (with three signs, if you count the “=” above I – thinking if I should use “above” or “over” and knowing that ab- is a prefix, I want to notice that these two words are related. Yes, high again) for those who read from the middle, I notice that M is short for mile, and was not in roman numerals for big numbers. though I didn't research it well to say so

But of course hardly have they ever had to use such large numbers. Just as most of you don’t have a slightest idea that there are different points of view on what billion stands for: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Long_and_short_scales



If they steal our money in huge ammounts transferring them from one continent to another or are they just retarded this I do not know.

Me personally, I believe in conspiracies, and I see secrets in human culture as not what is forgotten and lost, but also what is hidden. Secret reminds russian word сокрыт (sokryt) which means “hidden”.

The word “runes” is translated as “secret”, “mistery” and they really are the most enigmatic writing systems: not only because norwegian heathens confronted «christian» incursion the longest, which probably inflamed religious or racial hatred of the latter. (Could Christian be a name which was used as RussJans called Germans Fritzы even if their name were Hansы and if it's the same Jans, I can only guess or watch what others say, so I put it all in grey) But even before that, this writing system used to be in magorum domain, initiated in this misteria. Runes are directly used in divinations, which is registered in Germania by Tacitus like two millenia ago. And their graphic side is the most archaic. Only ogham is more wild, but I will talk about it later, yet not in the context it could photocopy some animalistic form of human speech, the one prairie dogs use. I still have it only as a rawest hypothesis, so will see if it give birth some further theory or not. But if you’re a religious bigot (they try to rememe this word, but you check it up) you will probably hate those who are the living evidence of their god being not the true one: not only that it’s not the only one (bible directly tells of other gods) but that what his books say is not true (when your myths contradict theirs) and when your graphic so godly elaborate can be trumped by the primitive scribes of the savages, such things can also fuel the hatred, so even the holy groves were ordered to be burnt, they don’t even hide it, or whether they hide it in the plain sight. And I will yet say things which will excuse me before all forms of religious people, but now I will only knowtice that they’re like uroboros, when they try to eliminate parts of the very same culture, organic part of which they actually are, because not only jewish writing system is sister of all the other alphabets, but also because holy books of the jews contain keys to decipher misteries hidden in alphabetic canon, found in other writing systems, and only through them did it become lucid. Because well-settled understanding of abjahs as “consonant alphabets” wouldn’t.

But back to runes:

It’s funny how the commentary on the bottom of this image seems to be unaware of what this book is about, but transmits the narrative of “younger futhark” hypothesis instead. This book is a runic calendar. You can notice how it repeats the same 7 runes on one side of the common staff (or whatever that stroke is named) and with “flags” of holy or some otherwise notable days on the other side of it. These runes don’t go in alphabetic order, and they have repeating runes in their sequence (as if it’s first letters of the names of week, as tuesday & thursday or saturday & sunday begin the same)

But I’m pretty sure I saw runic calendars, where the sequence went in alphabetic order, as if days had no names, but were under numbers 1234567 instead (I dare to suppose that tuesday thursday friday used to stand for two, third, four before they put wednesday (standing for “within”) between them. What makes me suggest something this crazy? Names of the days in russian language: vtornik for tuesday (vtoroy stands for “second”) – sreda for wedensday (sredi stands for among. But then it’s the third day, and it reminds me the word third – here they usually say that I shouldn’t compare words from different languages, as if they’re hardly related, but these languages are related, they even have to agree on that, considering these languages being of the same “family” as they put it) – chetverg for thursday (chetverty stands for fourth) – pyatnitsa for friday (pyaty stands for fifth) – monday, saturday & sunday seem to be of some other origins, but sunday does have svn in it, and monday reminds word “mono”, and saturday stands for saturn, which does have hexagon on it’s north pole. How could they know it? They could if this civilization is not for the first time approaches these frontiers we explore today. It’s been centuries before christianization when Democritus wrote about atoms & Hero of Alexandria created steam engine. And we only recently began to understand these things. And they seem to be preparing another demolishing of civilization, only to preserve their status quo. It seems these retards will rather stay goats among sheep than become gods among gods. Hardly do they even think in these terms, they’re probably even horrified by what they don’t understand. They also prohibit us to play gods (do they want us to play devils instead? Because they do play devils: they say that until moshiah comes world is in the hands of Satan, and then they rule this world, funny huh?) even though they teach that God created us in his image. Would you want your children to be worse then you? Would you give birth to some retarded monkeys they want us to be? I hope they read this book and let go their fears. When we modify our genomes, there will be neither greek nor jew, and not because some artificial viruses will kill us all (though we have to be protected from them, that’s for sure, because they’re coming too) it will be because we will be able to change our genome into whatever race we want, to the race that’s yet to come, to billions of different races, treating eachother as billions of different states. Making pacts & treaties between each other without third sides of disgusting oppressors, only third and fourth sides of friendly neighbours, because it’s better to be lovely than hated. Whey you’re lovely, people support you, help you, protect you, love you. When you’re hated, you are in a higher risk of being slaughtered – if not by those you destroyed, then by someone else – even if by extraterrestrials, who would scan what’s going on here, and if the living form dominating this planet is lovely – they embrace it; if it’s ugly dangerous – they may even destroy it. Be lovely, baby. If you’re not, wait till we invent some loveliness enhancer. We’ll do our best just to invent it soon.

Or could it be that numerals originate from the names of gods? For gods could originally be abstract notions not equally comprehended among population thus could be anthropomorphied by some of them

But let’s return to our runic calendars:















And though none of these runic calendars seems to follow the alphabetic sequence we researched earlier, even though seeing ᚦ after ᛒ makes me think they misinterpreted them, and what they see as E is actually F, and what they see as F is actually G (a form of ᚦ bound with ᛣ, just as G is a form of C+J,

I hope authors of these images will excuse me using them to arrange them according to my narrative, for readers should  be able to use reverse search (which was invented by tineye and now google and yandex  both usually can find the sources if you feed these images to them. For even if I told you sites where I found all these, who knows if those sites are original places of origin of these images. Even though I sometimes do give you links, there’s no guarantee they’re original ones, especially wiki which is all copypaste.



But if c stands for staveless d, this I can only guess) and what they see as g is actually h. But I have no degree in runology, so let’s say it’s just a bold guess. But of course it makes me wonder why the rune which stood for H here stands for A, and what supposedly stands for h in the alphabetic runestone from Bornholm stands for the next letter. If it’s connected with how greeks made H sound like E or И, or is it just because they took the ᛡ rune to use it for A, this all I can only guess, but of course from such boldest guests new valid theories arise. But this link tells that it’s okay and ᛡ can be a form of ᛆ: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jēran yet there’s also https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haglaz - few words on greek H – in words like “hello” we have the first syllable sounding almost like semitic hey (ה or ه) though of course that’s because of e, when english h is almost silent, unlike in other languages, if some french occupiers pronounced ll as short i, it could be etymology of hi, and further in netherlands, to oi – or was it the other way around? complicating?

And though none of these runic calendars seems to follow the alphabetic sequence we researched earlier, I also found a couple of calendars, using latin letters instead of runes:







And I will also leave this obscure Lithuanian image in case somebody will find it useful, maybe I will return to it, for now I can only give the machine translation for its 4 pav. Lenteles Menulio fazems ir savaites dienoms nustatyti: 1 – raktas Menulio fazems nustatyti; 2 – raktas savaites dienoms nustatyti; 3 – pakorequotas raktas, which stands for Figure 4 Tables for menus phases and weekdays for setting days: 1 — key for menus phases setting; 2 is the key for setting weekdays; 3 — the key is the reverse key

Suddenly I got interested, and I visited the site: http://www.radikaliai.lt/radikaliai/3610-ar-lietuviai-turejo-runas and I found there this calendar as well:

and though I could translate the lithuanian text there, it didn’t make it more clear on what it is all about. There are some books’ names, if somebody read it and can clarify this issue, please send me a note. Thank you.

But here what I’ve found about those 19 runes: Даты полнолуния отмечались 19 числовыми значениями рун (которые определялись алфавитным порядком), называемыми «золотые числа». The translation is: Full moon dates were marked with 19 numerical values of runes (which were determined by alphabetical order), called "golden numbers". — which makes me think “rune = lune?” but here I just make it all drafty, I haven’t even seen this scheme, nor did I hear of 19 runes before I put it here. On the one hand I let you see how I think, on the other hand it’s completely unprofessional.

If you wonder why I give such attention to the script which allegedly appeared later in history, I must say that I seriously doubt it is true. First of all, in the 20th century it was widely taught that runes appeared somewhere between 4th and 8th centuries AD, when I noticed that Tacitus in Germania describes something that could be runic divination, even though translator used twice as much text to conceal this detail, I began finding works where the origin of runes was placed at the beginning of AD, and though I don’t think I somehow switched the timeline, I am still suspicious of modern runology, occup

But let’s return to the previous image edited according to what I said.

I haven’t seen what they understood as e among all the google images on runes, and I only saw the R with additional leg only among bindrunes (shown above).

And now I wonder what made a & h interchange. And is that h rune actually the æ rune? Because if you  see at the artefact, its diagonal doesn’t actually go straight, but is broken in the middle. haven’t found  such rune either. But if it’s actually vowel, isn’t this alphabetic order even older than the Bornholm  alphabet stone with which I put before?


upd: all of the sudden, I found that I probably figured that weird form for runic g correctly, because look at this image, the third weird sign on the right panel stands for g:

I read the word on the left panel & I found: Starkaterus pugil sveticus:



I felt like I must include some history of runology to clarify my distrust to its sumptions:

The Runa ABC of Johannes Bureus was the first Swedish alphabet book and its purpose was to teach the runic alphabet in 17th century Sweden.

The runology pioneer Johannes Bureus was a religious Christian, but he also thought that the Christian influence had replaced the runic alphabet with the Latin alphabet. His good reputation and his influential friends enabled him to acquire the royal privilege that no alphabet books could be printed without teaching the runic alphabet and no one was allowed to print them but himself. The result was that the first Swedish alphabet book ever printed had the purpose of teaching runes.[1]

The first edition of Runa ABC was printed in 1611. It contained the Latin alphabet in ABC order and the runic alphabet in both the futhark order and in the order of the Latin alphabet. Bureus had also added the names of the runes, the phonemes they represented as well as some spelling rules. The booklet contained small Christian texts, which were written in runes on one side and in Latin letters on the opposite one. The last edition was printed in 1624, and it was more pedagogical than the first one, since the Latin letters were placed directly under the runes. Whereas the first edition ended with some prayers written in Latin letters, the 1624 edition had the final prayers written with runes, without any Latin transliteration.[2]






And on go several other prayers both in runic and in latin.

You can find the complete version at https://archive.org/details/runaabcboken00bureuoft

But what grasped my attention is the “Bureus was a religious Christian… His good reputation and his influential friends enabled him to acquire the royal privilege that no alphabet books could be printed without teaching the runic alphabet and no one was allowed to print them but himself.” If it was not attempt to shut the opposing views on the subject, then what was it? Could it be that the field felt revival and they only allowed to a devout christian to publish anything on the subject. At least until his point of view has taken roots as the established one. And you know how it is in humanities. They came out of monasteries and it shows. Heretics will burn, duh.

Or could this baby christian be an honest fellow who had some noble reasons to acquire that outrageous priviledge? I honestly doubt it, but it didn’t miss my attention that his ættir have 5 runes each (as if those dice had an empty side each).       

Though Bureus is considered to be a father of “scientific” runology, runes were in use before him, of course. Here’s a scan from Edred Thorsson’s Runelore:



“Expanded”, which gives opportunity to compare this set of 25 with the 18 of alphabet of Bornholm stone, to see which runes they added.  (the t presented here is just an invariant of the t presented there)



I also previously spoke of my hypothesis that runes could be used on dice, and though “no archeological evidence of runic dice exists” here’s a die given by Bureus in one of his books and named “falling stone” – many theories exist about     what this stone is, but of course falling is what dies do. I wonder if the image of the other three sides exist, but probably not, because these 15 runes are exactly the 15 runes he uses in groups in exactly these 3 sides of his RVNA ABC.

But hey! isn’t it three dice with one empty slot each, shown in whole! and those dice are literally a b c

The funny detail of this discovery is that I found it (I just found it) listening to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AXKgP6mkwuQ (THERION — The Falling Stone (Live 2007)) even though they don’t seem to know what I just found, muses work in mysterious ways. I never listened to them, because I didn’t know of them when I was into Manowar, and now even Slayer is not heavy enough for my taste. But they’re alright. Witches rock!




But if there used to be only 15 runes, how could they count with them?
Because it’s peculiar that they’re divided in 3 groups, just as letters before them in this text were divided into ones, tens & hundreds. And seeing the image on the right makes me think. Especially when I vaguely remember the joke by Mel Brooks that there used to be three “tablets of stone”. Is this remembrance even based? Could that jewish joke was based on nothing, just a mild blasphemy? I don’t think so, and search for “third tablet of stone” returns “third tablet of stone that Moses dropped on his way down” on a not very reliable sourch, but nevertheless, let it be just a guess, and it there’s a reference to this in oral torah or not, I will find out later. But three tablets by 5 allow you to calculate, because 5+4 equal that very same 9. And to calculate in hebrew alphabet they don’t always use sophits, but combine smaller letters instead to get numbers from 500 to 900. Now seeing how much letter hey reminds letter thav I wonder if it is mirrored to aleph with key of gimel in the middle and beth reflecting dalet or am I trippin againg?

But seriously, wild sumptions based mostly on researcher’s intuitions? Yet the runic dice thing was also based on the same thin air, but happened to be the key to understanding of what the “falling stone” falls for. So these guesses will whether confirm with something or they will fall off. There’re many false assumptions in linguistic literature, one more one less, at least I tell not to take it all on faith.

Now let’s compare runic sequences from those calendars:

Though that piece of Lithuanian calendar rather follows futhark order, but somehow why do 3 out of these 7 letters coinside? And the fourth one like almost coincide, it’s like 3.5 out of 7, it’s very fuсking suspicious. I’m being unprofessionally drafty again, but stay with me. What if futhark is just a reinterpretation of alphabetic runic order? I really think I saw A like that F somewhere. Like ᚨ is considered to stand for A, ᚩ stands for O, and ᚪ aslo stands for A (probably for something between O & A) and oh, there’s a difference ᚨ stands for A & ᚫ stands for Æ and there’s also ᚬ representing /ɑ̃/ and sometimes /o/ or /oː/. Younger futhark, elder futhorc, it’s all the same theoretical crap to me, I am independent here, for a reason. I am not sure if I should trust these interpretations of runes I find online, but I believe that when I collect enough of these data in my head, it will crystalize into structure that’s actually there. So let’s go on. The V rune is not articulatorily far from the B that’s supposed to stand there, and dialect differences can explain it, but R even though it’s that 0.5 coincidence, dude like what, but then “what if it’s the primordial alphabet, because it looks like the final row of the Bornholm alphabet, like what if ᛅ actually stands for T? Because the letter before R does look like O, standing before R in the final row of Bornholm alphabet & after it stands ᛣ which sometimes told to be stand for some other form of R, but other times it’s said to represent Y and what I see between R & ᛅ.. excuse me, between ᚱ & ᛅ but this hypothesis is so new to me, you shouldn’t even be seeing this, you probably shouldn’t even be here, begone.

But I will go on: they write that later ᚨ became ᚬ which is a form of ᚮ (on the Bornholm alphabet stone (from now on I’m simply gonna name it BAS) the diagonal stroke go upwards, so I think it doesn’t matter which way they go, it’s just a stick with two strokes on it. Don’t I contradict myself? I definitely do, but I will figure it out better later. Let’s move on, if it doesn’t matter if diagonal goes up or down (or if it’s even straight, as the foreright rune on the previous image shows, it’s probably the same ᚮ adjusting to the neighbouring ᚦ (I couldn’t even find a unicode for the upwards ᚮ like wtf)

ⵣ looks like it’s a bindrune, but it’s actually ⵣ, appelé yaz, est une lettre de l’alphabet amazigh, le tifinagh . Elle représente une consonne fricative alvéolaire voisée /z/. Yaz est aussi le symbole de la langue et de la culture berbère en Afrique du Nord, représentant l’homme libre dans la culture berbère. And this sign is sacred among both berbers & some celts, I don’t remember if irish or scottish or even icelandic, the beautiful snowflake of the holy day. But first, Alphabet Amazigh, le Tifinagh:






































































































As you caan see, I don’t gert shiy sharing other people’s images: internets are public domain, where this work belongs, so I create new ways of doing things, instead of obsolete one academics cling to.

African continent surprises with plethora of its writing system: To east-south of Egypt there’s the Ge’ez, to the south of it there was Meroe alphabet, to the west of it there’s Tifinagh, deeper to south there’s n’ko, vai, nsibidi – and though these three are considered to be invented only about a century ago, here’s what they say of Nsibidi: Происхождений письменности нсибиди не ясно. Согласно предположениям местного населения, нсибиди изобретена народом угуакима (также известного как эбе или уянга) — ответвления племени ибо. Также существует сказка о том, как племя угуакима научилось письму от бабуинов, называемых идиоками, которые собирались вокруг их костров. По словам британского лингвиста Дэвида Дирингера, эти истории говорят о том, что письменность нсибиди является настолько древней, что даже местная традиция не сохранила никаких сведений относительно её подлинного происхождения. & The symbols are at least several centuries old—early forms appeared on excavated pottery as well as what are most likely ceramic stools and headrests from the Calabar region, with a range of dates from 400 to 1400 CE. And the africans who spoke about them first and thus are supposed authors of these scripts claimed that they only used previously known signs, and arranged them alphabetically, the same thing cherokee indians said, but archaeology doesn’t approve of that, though if those signs are secret (like runes were, that’s why it’s hard to find much evidence from before 2000 years ago) even though Northern myths tell of invention of runes, when Greek historians tell of borrowing them from some other nation. And as slavic languages call golden flees RUNO, I dare to claim that no other reason was to take all those adventures to get the “golden fleas” if it was just a goldened sheep skin. But as we know that sheep skin was used as pergament, we can compare the argonauts’ myth (the homonym argot is also directly linguistic term today) to holy tree from the northern myth about runes, we find a reptile around those trees in both mythos. So though I contradict linguistic dogma of primate of Greek alphabet to the Runic one, I still stand this ground (I will return to this contraversial topic later, even though this part of this tractate is probably in the other 50% which I whether read somewhere or invented myself, this one I invented myself).

And I just found where did argonauts take that RUNO of theirs: Colchis, the nation of Sakartvello, the georgians who have one of the most harmonic alphabets, and in some account it is THE MOST harmonic. And suddenly I notice that the eastern Iberia I mentioned before is neighbouring the Colchis or also a georgian nation itself.

and suddenly I found someone else speaking of the same, probably he had more sources than I do:
"Все знают с детства, что когда-то из древней Греции аргонавты отправились в Колхиду за Золотым Руном. Но мало кто знает, что речь идет о древних рунах, руническом письме, которым до сего дня пользуются грузины, – заметил, выступая перед публикой в Канаде, Леонид Бердичевский, известный писатель, режиссер, художник. – Выше всего в древнем мире ценились ум и знания… Миф об аргонавтах – это история о поездке за знаниями, рассказ о пергаменте, на котором золотыми рунами были начертаны законы мироустройства, смысл жизни, ключ к пониманию Вселенной. Грузия, древнейшая земля – рай, настоящий цветущий рай. И живут в нем прекрасные полноценные люди".
I never read this before just now, we came to the same conclusion independently.

Returning to neighbours of berbers, first to the north is Spanish peninsula, and it had alphabetic writing system too, and alike to berbers they were called ibers. or iberians, but it's another Iberia, just as there are to Georgias now, I spoke about it, it's very weird that we come to this from different angle.













I will yet return to Iberian not once or twice, but for now let's move forther to the North,where Сelts live:

The most keltic writing system I know about is Ogham. And though I still cannot tell much about this system, The Ballaqueenee Stone I in the Manx Museum, Isle of Man.

It reads ...ᚊᚔ ᚇᚏᚑᚐᚈᚐ᚜ (...QI DROATA), a section from ᚛ᚇᚑᚍᚐᚔᚇᚑᚅᚐ ᚋᚐᚊᚔ ᚇᚏᚑᚐᚈᚐ᚜ (DOFAIDONA  MAQI DROATA)















The scheme below shows that ogham can be separated in groups of 5, which resembles 5 runes per a falling stone. And the scheme above tells that these groups are named aicme. As you can see on this rock and many others, usually only first four aicmes are used. And then text can be read differently in the opposite direction, but probably direction was fixed.



What is important to notice in the context of this work is that ogham also contains the same 5 vowels and that consonant aicmes mostly begin with labials: only f & h are mishmashed, but it’s okay, because in japanese they’re literally the same “letter” and their h has b & p as invariants. And if official science doesn’t allow to line such far parralels, I don’t care about their views, because I counted them to be false too many times to take them too seriously. it’s divide et empera all they teach. as if god himself devided us and so we must stay separated for their advantage of course. But times change and I wish they will change their moldy ways. Let them read it and get enlightened. Let me show you how little I care of their jewridical dictate:



It is a piece of chapter 7 from Robert Graves’s “The White Goddess” and I don’t charge the publishers for promoting this book, so please don’t charge me with no copyright bs.

And we move on. The most celtic writing systems among the modern ones is Gaelic Script:





Of course I took freedom here, claiming u had to be v when this alphabet appeared.

But this claim is rather scientific, because it can be whether proven or disproved.

Especially in the context of… oh, no, Bornholm alphabet also takes final U as V.

So it’s sort of proven… at least supported by the previous research. And the only structural difference between irelandic alphabet & bornholm runes is that c is put after b, not after i as in bornholm; and a letter before R appeared, and a letter after R disappeared, but this alphabet also has 18 letters. But I’m still in doubt. Even though in words like bua it does sound like consonant [w], but in words like agus it does sound like vowel [u] – maybe it used to be w there too.

So I didn’t see ⵣ in any celtic ornaments, so I probably was mistaken by comparing ⵣ with ᛡ I've known of in the same period of time.


But while I was looking, I met another interesting sign of human culture, the swastika. The one on the left is intricate because though it rotates solar, it goes on it’s ends counter solar. It’s only drawn this way, but when it rotates solar, it rotates centers of its tails solar, so it can grow, evolve. Just like these little babies do: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XIazVcdEkr8 (mirror) – if we look from their perspective, they go solar, and plants do react to sun. Though now I’m not sure I couldn’t prove the opposite. Let it be a task for all of us, if I have time to solve it, I’ll drop a link here.

Some people say nazi swastika is unlucky one, countersolar, downwards: when water goes down in the northern hemisphere it’s believed to go counter-clockwise, and then the воронка makes this way looking waves. I should make some research to see if it’s true. Luckily for me I have internet, so I shouldn’t go look for it in the oceans myself: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xPYaMwxZNgU (mirror)

some further speculation on this topic that went off the rails I put in another file

some political stuff

And of course there are many images of such swastika among ancient artefacts. But what their actual meaning I don’t actually know enough.






And I believe the other, the lucky swastika is supposed to be upwards, the air whirl:



But I don’t want to occasionally have pictures from the southern hemisphere, so I search for usa tornado:        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vr0I7aCFG9A (mirror) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nddnbbOMzZU (mirror)           

As you can see, they go the same direction, but to observer they look in different direction, because on water we look down, at the sky we look up.

Yet I’ve never read about this connections, which means I can be wrong, but replication crisis tells that I could be wrong even if I read it somewhere. So figure everything out yourself.

Yet this idea with rotations is very wide in magic: хороводы посолонь приворотные, противосолонь отворотные. евреи обуваются с правой ноги, может тоже чтоб правой, правой, раз два три – такое движение их вращает в посолонь? зато когда левую будет обувать в посолонь пойдёт и прощаться наверное (если это всё не гонево) именно в счастливую сторону закрученным быть, чтоб не по земле как смерч, а по небу словно чистая душа. когда евреи захватили россию, они приказывали левой, левой, раз два три!

Суфийские дервиши вращаются в ту же сторону, что и водо- и воздухо- вороты. Интересно, не от этого ли слова ворот (воротник) ведь он по форме сродни юбке, которая неотъемлемая часть суфийских вращений: vdo1, vdo2, vdo3 (в первом видео они и выходят против часовой, и спортсмены в эту сторону бегут, и мусульмане вокруг каабы крутятся, но всё это примеры из авраамической части света, а в этой традиции мир во власти сатаны до прихода мошиаха, но

Крёстный ход на руси до реформы водили посолонь, после никона противосолонь водить начали. По причинам смехотворнм, т.е. на самом деле по каким-то тайным причинам. (решили ходить не вслед за солнышком, а навстречу ему — такими были озвученные причины)

Откуда была в россии традиция ходить крёстный ход посолонь? Где она сохранилась? В неавраамическом мире, в первую очередь у индусов. И я задал в поиск hindu procession map, и я нашёл несколько картинок, подтверждающих моё предположение:

There is also a hindu procession (of a truck with idol on it) going countersolar around the buildings, but it was only obeying the direction of traffic in that country:

Notice, that in india traffic is regulated in the brittish manner. But still this part of research is one of the rawest, you may only take it into account, but don't put it into practice until you know what you're doing, because

231 gates of sefer yetzirah is believed to bring delight when turned one way, plague when turned the other.

Light in my room in Luxor hotel was turned both on & off only clockwise (I wrote "counterclockwise" and it was like that for months until I just noticed it. is it a mind play or is it memory flaw? I believe it's some demons in my head laughing at me, deminds? I don't know what they're, probably just brain areas occupied by irrational or subconscious or symbiotic) and people in Las Vegas care about luck more. I met some shower utilities working the same way in San Diego though. Russians never saw such things, orhwe (other, I respect typos) than we turn water off clockwise. It makes sense, because then the 231 gates make jewish alphabet go in order.

Why do corner images rotate it counter-solar? Do they try to tell us something or do they want to curse the nosy goyim?

I imagine they were left for me to turn them right.







But I wouldn’t risk to rotate it until we figure out which way to rotate it right. I think they put hands on clock this way for a reason, probably that’s why they went from left to right, because instead of rotating the image they rotated the hand.

The answer probably can be found in the sky:



22 approaches of Mercury to yearth on this image is not an accident, it’s rather accurate: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9AxE4EL605Q and considering the fact how good jews know money, and Mercury being god of trade, but boy, read about it. For some reason I thought that Mercury was discovered relatively recently, but in this timeline it was discovered looong time ago, and boy it corresponds:

"Наиболее раннее известное наблюдение Меркурия было зафиксировано в таблицах «Муль апин» (сборник вавилонских астрологических таблиц). Это наблюдение, скорее всего, было выполнено ассирийскими астрономами примерно в XIV веке до н. э.[80] Шумерское название, используемое для обозначения Меркурия в таблицах «Муль апин», может быть транскрибировано в виде UDU.IDIM.GU\U4.UD («прыгающая планета»)[81]. Первоначально планету ассоциировали с богом Нинуртой[82], а в более поздних записях её называют «Набу» в честь бога мудрости и писцового искусства[83].

В Древней Греции во времена Гесиода планету знали под именами Στίλβων («Стилбон») и Ἑρμάων («Гермаон»)[84]. Название «Гермаон» является формой имени бога Гермеса[85]. Позже греки стали называть планету «Аполлон».

Существует гипотеза, что название «Аполлон» соответствовало видимости на утреннем небе, а «Гермес» («Гермаон») на вечернем[86][87]. Римляне назвали планету в честь быстроногого бога торговли Меркурия, который эквивалентен греческому богу Гермесу, за то, что он перемещается по небу быстрее остальных планет[88][89]. Римский астроном Клавдий Птолемей, живший в Египте, написал о возможности прохождения планеты по диску Солнца в своей работе «Гипотезы о планетах». Он предположил, что такое прохождение никогда не наблюдалось потому, что Меркурий слишком мал для наблюдения или потому, что это явление случается нечасто[90].

В Древнем Китае Меркурий назывался Чэнь-син (辰星), «Утренняя звезда»"
I knew I will have to research the way ancient people thought if I wanted to discover what they invented, but do I really have to delve into astrology?

Sefer yetzirah also speaks of three mothers: א  ם  ש эти три буквы названы там тремя матерями. Три moirae are told to be mothers of alphabet in the greek myth, and in that myth their alphabet was vowels, B & T. Aleph is the vowel alpha, whatever they say, hear they scream it in Allah! And B & T are basic labial and lingual – just as M & Ш of  ם & ש





After humans understood duality of ࿊, ☯, yin & yang (dvupoly Y?) of vowels and consonants, of fire & water (taegeuk is also blue-red, only it goes counter-clockwise, unlike the yin yang. taegeuk is also named supreme ultimate – could it stand for death? or maybe those counter-clockwise ones I saw were drawn that way by mistake? Is it why left-handed children are retaught to use right hand?) they were to discover trinity of ࿋, gankyil of vowels, labials and linguals, of fire & water & soil, which is common in the most of popular element systems. But sefer yetzirah tells that it’s fire, water & air. But it’s whether because they were off their soil, or by mistake because what vowel can be if not air, or simply to conceal the true trinity, because sefer yetzirah tells that it’s a huge secret. Air, שָׁמַיִם as it is given (but translated as Heaven) in the first chapter of bible, about which sefer yetzirah theorizes, is the combination of water מים and fire אש, the steam אֵד – at least we can see steam – think this way and you can see how they thought – fire, water & soil are three states of matter: gasous, liquid & solid. So air is only water’s fire, but there’re many more: with poisonous gas you cannot breathe.

Great french poet Arthur Rimbaud colours pure vowel A in soil black. And he colours lingual I in flamboyant red, and labial O is water blue. O, not U, weird, but then again O-row is more primal than U-row but he also replaces U & O yet he juxtaposes O with Omega, not Omicron, which tells that he didn't know of alphabetic structure. But he colours Omega purple, not blue, so he could have some idea. Yet I'm not sure he coloured the text below himself, but neigher did I, it's a direct copy-paste from the first search result:

A noir, E blanc, I rouge, U vert, O bleu : voyelles,
Je dirai quelque jour vos naissances latentes :
A, noir corset velu des mouches éclatantes
Qui bombinent autour des puanteurs cruelles,

Golfes d'ombre ; E, candeur des vapeurs et des tentes,
Lances des glaciers fiers, rois blancs, frissons d'ombelles ;
I, pourpres, sang craché, rire des lèvres belles
Dans la colère ou les ivresses pénitentes ;

U, cycles, vibrements divins des mers virides,
Paix des pâtis semés d'animaux, paix des rides
Que l'alchimie imprime aux grands fronts studieux ;

O, suprême Clairon plein des strideurs étranges,
Silences traversés des Mondes et des Anges :
— O l'Oméga, rayon violet de Ses Yeux ! -

    but then again it could be just some noise. he's just a poet, what could he know

back to somewhat more reliable sources:

Bible literally tells: בְּרֵאשִׁ֖ית בָּרָ֣א אֱלֹהִ֑ים אֵ֥ת הַשָּׁמַ֖יִם וְאֵ֥ת הָאָֽרֶץ׃ — so first goes הַשָּׁ (the אש) which is as red as vowels in this book, then goes מַ֖יִם which is blue as labials in this book, then goes הָאָֽרֶץ (the earth) which is green as linguals in this book. What I just said is officially a heresy, because Sefer Yetzirah tells that aleph stands for air, mem stands for water (here we agree) and ש stands for fire (but doesn't what I said before make fire standing first. Can shin shand first? I guess it just did. So it's shma? shma, Isråel. (this piece is so raw, I only recently found Sefer Yetzirah, and to be honest I haven't even read it through: I prefer to keep my research independent, so I only consume factual information, and try to avoid any theorizing, because I saw how theories made people blind to facts, and also I will be able to compare my work with other theories without this being tautologic.

Earth (soil) standing for vowels also makes sense in case those repeating lines of vowel labial linguals in alphabets represent different musical modes & dialectal pronouncuation of the same theme on different lands. It interestingly corresponds that many main continents are named with vowels: Europe, Asia, Africa, America, Antarctica, Australia, Oceania, what! All of them begin with vowels? Wow!  Most of them begin with A. A opens the first row. Second row is E as if Europe. I could be India also known from antiquity. O is Oceania then. You will yet see how important is this region. And U row appeared later than all the others and can only stand for Utopia, the world of the fUtUre, бУдУщее. I know this word is less then a millenium away, but could that book be based on some previous material, could this word relate to some previous cultural material(?) And even Atlantida begins with A!

Among ancient continents A stands for both Africa & Asia. Could they be considered the same continent before Suez? Then how Europe is a different continent? Afroasiatic! With all my bitterness towards official linguistics, I see that it supports this particular hypothesis, but I also see that it doesn't prove a thing, there are so many bs in official linguistics. So A could stand for Arctida, and even Ariya — they don't accept armanen runes, but they are the only among wide-known which completely repeat Bornholm alphabetic runes, and that artefact is consdered legit, even though today only some freaks research it (and I am not the freakiest one)

Gankyil is named wheel of joy – and comparing this concept to swastikas, I'd expect these fish to go clock-wise, but they go counter-clockwise. Is it how jewish letters in 231 gates go? so we are supposed to roll the disk clockwise, so fish goes heads front? But it doesn't make sense in this context, because "fish" will rotate with the disk. So once again, you shouldn't practice this practices until you research it properly, before you read about it from someone who really know and you can not trust but understand, I will do my best to find this information (then I'll edit this part. but for now I am not competent in magic even of this secualar form.
Here's a collection of similar forms, and Gankyil is fourth:


Gankyil is often shown in the center of Dharmachakra, which is also present on the flag of Sikkim people from Bhutia and the Bhutia itself

 

Maybe the question of which way to roll is meaningless, since steering it one way means going rounds, and to move forward we have to steer both left & right. Or maybe those lefts and rights correspond black and white stripes, and maybe it's not that meaningless if rotation to one direction is more healthy than the other (because of the blood flow and of the excentricity of our heart)

And I met this peculiarity among japanese tomoe symbols: even number of "fish" go counter-clock-wise, odd number of "fish" go clock-wise:


But that drum tells: So all that clock-wise being lucky and counter clock-wise being unlucky could be completely wrong even though words clock & luck are alike, so they could only know left and right, and on that taiko drum the other side is probably hidari (not migi) mitsudomoe, just as american flag looks the other side on a right shoulder only to look the same way, forward. After or before mitsu(3) t"omoe of three elements inevitably appeared four elements of ࿌ which could splat linguals further into velar & coronal. And this symbol could give birth to ࿖ which being projected to dualities gave ࿕ – which, as you can see walks to the left (which makes it look in the beginning of the line? no, it looks the othe way, so it’s twice wrong form. use ࿖ instead. First I thought it was arbitrary, taking roots only in tradition, and thus being purely psychological or none. Today I remember of chirality of biological molecules, and suspect some physiological moments involved.

I was in doubt if my comparisons are legit, and all of the sudden I found this representation of Dharmacakra:

I probably make some too far-fetched assumptions, juxtaposing types of letters with magatamas, but they're determined by tai-chi look at futatsudomoe as opposite elements and sefer yetzirah juxtaposing 3 basic letters with elements. Now I have to look for graphic or some other correspondances to tie these concepts more firmly: I would expect to see labial water as futatsudomoe, but it's mitsu (3) sounding as water. Can it be connected with the fact, that they have velar after vowels (I whether spoke about it before or will speak further on. I edit this text wildly back and forth/) and armenians even know such form as ֍ & ֎ – armenian eternity signs, and ֍ is considered to be right facing, and ֎ is left facing, what supports what I just said. About swasti signs facing the opposite way of where they’re going (letter walks forward, but looks back) – could it explain why b faces where it goes, not where it came from ? But in aegyptian it faced where it came from, could swastika influence it? And could it happen not further, than the last two millenia? Because in some forms of roman cursive the boot of b looks in the beginning:











uobis · ujdetur · p[atres] · c[onscripti] · décernám[us · ut · etiam]

prólátis · rebus ijs · júdicibus · n[ecessitas · judicandj]

imponátur quj · jntrá rerum [· agendárum · dies]

jncoháta · judicia · non · per[egerint · nec]

defuturas · ignoro · fraudes · m[onstrósa · agentibus]

multas · aduersus · quas · exc[ogitáuimus]...

Papyrus fragment at Berlin containing portions of speeches delivered in the Senate, ascribed to the reign of Claudius, year 41 to 54, facsimile in F. Steffens, Lateinische Palaeographie, taf. 101, ed. 1906 (from J.E. Sandys, A Companion to Latin Studies, Cambridge, University Press, 1910, p. 768).











Cursive is a misterious topic, I will return to it one day, but now I don't know much about it, so I return to swastikas which are trendy today.


8 waves of ֎ remind me of wheel of dharma ☸

(so if it’s a steering wheel, probably both sides may play positively. Sometimes we’re right, it feels good. Sometimes we’re left, it feels bad, but if you have too much of something, maybe steering the other way can help – though I’m still not sure about it)
   




You know what this thing in the centre looks like?

The Icelandic magical staves:




Here’s kaopaloki: is it where I saw ⵣ ?



or was it Nábrókarstafur?


or just Ægishjálmur?


Another famous cabbalistic symbol – tree of sefirot – probably was built for wrong alphabet: when it builds 18 letter alphabet (the alphabet of 3 dice) it gives tetraktis, with 3 angles as 3 roots of the tree of life in normanic tradition:

the tetraktis on the left is called plebean (after substrate nation of Rome) tree of life
                                        and on the right I composed it with runic alphabet from Bornholm.





The left tetraktis, drawn for latin alphabet, I found in some occult literature in the internet (use reverse image search to find it)
The right tetraktis I’ve drawn of the Bornholm alphabet runic stone when I found that there’re exactly 18 direct connections.

Are sphirot (cyphers, цифры) spheres? A буквы кубы? (Are books cubes?) – maybe in libraries scrolls were indexed in numbers, and for books they had to use letters (to distinguish them, and also to easily separate archives if needed – I did the same with my vault, so it’s probably natural)

I filled in the runes in tetraktis the way that latin tetraktis was filled, but they could be wrong about the direction of the filling. If I used boustrophedon, I would have 3 angles containgin ᛋ as 3 mothers of א  ם  ש (the M letter will be understood by you as the same letter, if you see an owl in both of jewish & normanic forms, ם also can be seen as מ – this owl is with brows like horns, and it tells wM, just as cat tells Miao and caw tells Moo – all their heads are of M form (whether with ears or horns or brows)

Now, what if we arrange these 18 runes in the хоровод alike to 231 gates?



This image was found by "regular polygon" "18 sides" – because it’s diagonals of 18 sided polygon.

Where I found this image, was told:
The diagram shows all the diagonals of a regular polygon of 18 sides.
It's interesting that there are many points where four or more diagonals intersect, can you find why ?

There are several similar forms in math:

9D-cube and other forms

I know that I act as if I want to bring neurosis, which would help you to believe in magic, but I hve to remind you to be careful with runes and 231 gates. These are the only two pre-cautions I read about magic. But common knowledge seems to tell that all magic is dangerous, and you should be ver cautious doing it.

For five years now this work is in public discussion since, after a couple of decades now of digging into it, I began making it public in IIXIII – is it what gave birth to letters T & П? — П is greek form of P, which could stand for  II  - but in script this overstroke is easily seen (as i? Maybe) So before П and III there was just  I  repeated until V and X – but what letters are these? O & R? or D & A? D already was present in the first do(or die). to riot (or leave). to right (or left). and so on. So, could this T thing explain why russian t is m in cursive, could it be that when serif became fashion, it wasn’t easy to read the overline, so they used arc instead of stroke sometimes, but it was read as T(housand) & T(ысяча) and somewhere else – M(ille) – the same sign, different meanings.


For at least three years now this koptic scheme was taken wrong (I didn’t see it was well in axial, and not because I saw H as vowel (I din’t know) but instead of simply silly miscalculating. And nobody told me. Probably those who could see it were too overwhelmed to contact, or just took H for vowel and wondered why would I exclude it from vowels (and I did because I was looking for the initial form, in which H is consonant, and I'm not sure about Θ: it's lingual in semitic alphabets (hebrew, arabic & even persian though it's not a semitic language, it uses almost the same alphabet arabic does), but it's labial in hellenic ones (greek, russian, koptic — though it's often taught that it's lingual in greek and koptic too, though in those countries it still sounds like labial; in russian everybody knows it's labial. We, russians, we say Ѳ = Ф, we really don't see a difference and we don't care)
(Ѳ & Θ are historically the very same letter, ѳ = θ)

I take H & Θ as greeks have them, HΘ – it definitely relates to making e consonant in arabic. And in jewish too, but jews didn’t live in Israel for quite a long time, though their hey is sometimes vowel, which makes arabs alone in their reform: all the other countries have hey vowel. And it’s the most consonant vowel in arabic, it’s followed by vuv being both w & u, giving birth to the fifth vowel: runic alphabet does have it, but in the end, replaced by F, showing the consonant form of v (as in german von) – fita was also replaced to the end of the alphabet, even though it had numeral position of 9 – though in glagolica 9th is the similar letter, which sounds as z, and it could be post-reformed, when it hit in greece. If I’m lucky, I can even find it in nikonian times, but it’s probably from some more ancient past (but if I find it in nikonian, I will have a coin into “shorter history” theory.


Oh, this one doesn’t even give fita. where’s the 9th letter?

Here, have some more of old russsian:






This chart ranks fita 500, which support theory of glagolica appearance being later than kirillic script appeared. Also notice how letters 9 & 500 look alike on this image, 500 simply has two balls (not just lune, but lun & sun, moon is l’loon?)

Wow, here’s another one, adding some interesting perspective, and with θ: 

According to this table, kirillic greek had only one labial in the first line, and double form was borrowed from glagolic (the old one, prechristian as I figured it out for somewhat like 80%)

Here I must give my reasoning for this rather bold claim:
I caught christians in plagiary of armenian, georgian, permian alphabets. So I even think of researching the Canadian Aboriginal syllabics


It's so beautiful and the "inspiration Ewans claim to cause this invention was so unrelated to this beauty, that

I dare to claim, it's exactly Aboriginal writing system.


But I will return to americans later, now I speak more of why Glagolic is pre-christian writing system:

2) it's graphically unique

3) it contains symmetry christians didn't know about: Б & Д can be seen as symmetric: one has stick above ball, the other has ball above stick.

b & d are more obviously symmetric, and so are Ⰲ & Ⰴ

4) Ⰳ as angle, which is paneuropean, but why would christian do it so alike to runic ᚲ

But a counter-argument is that greek cursive δ looks like glagolic Ⰴ sometimes, and that somebody wrote so. But inventing glagolica would be making things more complicated for those who work in the region. Why wouldn't you use your greek after it worked so good even in Egypt, so they did exactly that, as in egypt: greek uncial with some national additional letters. Or am I only triiippinn


And, btw, here I found a way to arrange modern russian script axially:

                   А                    I found Ё & Й invariants of Е & И
                        Б В          (I could have spoken about it before, but it was a spoiler,
                 Г Д ЕЁ Ж З                    here's where it happened)
                        ИЙ         <= Belarussians use ˘(brevis) above У[u] to make W
         К Л М Н О П Р С Т
                        У
              Ф Х Ц Ч Ш Щ
                        Ъ
                        Ы<= Ъ & Ь used to be vowels. Ъ is still vowel in bulgarian.
                        Ь
                        Э             So russian guitar has 12 strings with 2 dead notes.
                        Ю         There’s also 12 months, and if we consider Ё & Й
                        Я            merely invariants of E & И, then it’s 31 letters   
                                and in runic calendars letters do stand for days.

For some long time I didn’t understand that russian alphabet also can be represented in axial symmetry. Now I see, that e & ё are one letter, just as и & й are more alike than i & j. Even though what j has is named swash, and usually isn’t more meaningful than serif. decoratif.

The same way french & german alphabets have the same latin alphabet england uses, even though they have some strange invariants of several letters (usually vowels, just as in russian. but also modified c in french ç & modified s in german ß)

Notice, that russian ИЙ are like Y (literally и-грек) either vowel or consonant. The consonant variant is marked with brevis. Y is also often written in netherlands as ij.

Honestly, I doubt christians ever knew about these structures, considering the way they botchered armenian alphabet & made all those weird reforms (just compare russian matrices to latin  and hebrew, though arabic also falls from grace when it pronounce its e as a consonant.

I noticed before, that russian lineal goes like a fir, and now I see some fir or pine. Do these form relate to some trees? Ogham letters did refer to some trees. Latin axial alphabet is definitely a fir:

But let’s return to calendars: we have 12 month, but 13 moons per a jear (жар, шар) what if we had 6 days per week? (just as there’re only 6 notes on Gvido’s tombstone) then how many weeks per year would it be? With seven days per week we have 52 weeks per a year. With six days per week we have.. and 366 asks to be devided into 6, not 7, 62. then not 13 weeks per a season, but 31 weeks per half a year. hm…

And those 13 moons became 13 weeks; 31 weeks became 31 days
Probably because 366 contains… not 62, but 61 – I sucked at math again, but such coincidence it caused, that it’s hard for me not to believe in demons.

But hey! 61 is 30 plus 31 – exactly how we have those month length.

So that’s where it came from, and a week of 6 days confirmed. ᚼ is probably the divider, the way it looks, the blessing, the wide spread (at least from ireland to berbers) blessing sign. But of course, I found that 6: hidden in our 12 of the months. What was I talking here about? how can ᚼ be just a divider, there're solstices arranged, there're some certain number of signs. How many of such not raw, but also rotten places in this text!? How many years will it take me to edit it 

Let’s see some more calendars, after you ponder about it:

While I was looking for runeless calendars to see if they divide days in sixs, but no, they use 7, though they’re late. I revisited that baltic calendar instead:



So let’s return to it and see what it said:

Full moon dates were marked with 19 numerical values of runes (which were determined by alphabetical order), called "golden numbers".

So once again, rune = lune?

And why 8 & 10 look so alike?

Check letters 8 & 10 in “kirillic” script – I dislike this name, but it’s the most recognized name of it, so I recall Stigler’s law of eponimy and let it be.

So I once again suspect, what if futhark is actually alphabet? I saw A’s as F’s in runic theories: here it’s under number 4, but it’s just another vowel, the e (compare arabic vowels to european: 1st looks like 3rd, 2nd looks like 4th, 3rd looks like 5th, 4th looks like 2nd. And they don’t have the 5th, though their vav looks a little like the 1st european vowel a in reverse – so as musical modes are different, so could the vowels be mishmashed according to nation’s musical taste and voice.

But what 19 has to do with 28? so I wonder if this theory I quote is even correct, could be a wild assumptio, due to misunderstanding of this signs being a writing system. Or at least a cipher. Though 19 is 12+7 and 12th rune is the often final ᛏ



I calculated 90 days in the lowest season, which makes my assumption about ᚼ being not a letter, happened to be false. Does it make this work contradict itself? Sure it does, it's so great (groß) that it definitely is full of all types of inconsistencies whether because I had time to change my mind on some question, for it was written for so long that I had time to change, or it's just гонево Here used to be some other paragraph, but it was embarrassingly wrong or false, so I wonder how many of such garbage do I have to clean out of here, because this book was written fast, but I was high on weed most of the time writing it, and when weed is stronger or you smoked too much, it can make you silly too.

E could become consonant in arabic, and H too become vowel in greek to justify the change of θ‘s position? Hardly otherwise is true, but it could also be that those languages saved the archaic forms of those letters, when we made E vowel and H consonant to make people forget that θ is labial, thus the in theology is female. But if it’s true that all the other greek dialects had H consonant, then this case is unlikely. Though we have to revisit every theoretic work with ai capabilities.

But back to weeks, I was looking for 6 days week, but I only found some african example:

Calendars unrelated to the Chaldean, Hellenistic, Christian or Jewish traditions often have time cycles between the day and the month of varying lengths, sometimes also called "weeks".

An eight-day week was used in Ancient Rome and possibly in the pre-Christian Celtic calendar. Traces of a nine-day week are found in Baltic languages and in Welsh. The ancient Chinese calendar had a ten-day week, as did the ancient Egyptian calendar (and, incidentally, the French Republican Calendar, dividing its 30-day months into thirds).

A six-day week is found in the Akan Calendar. Several cultures used a five-day week, including the 10th century Icelandic calendar, the Javanese calendar, and the traditional cycle of market days in Korea.[citation needed] The Igbo have a "market week" of four days. Evidence of a "three-day week" has been derived from the names of the days of the week in Guipuscoan Basque.[47]

The Aztecs and Mayas used the Mesoamerican calendars. The most important of these calendars divided a ritual cycle of 260 days (known as Tonalpohualli in Nahuatl and Tzolk'in in Yucatec Maya) into 20 weeks of 13 days (known in Spanish as trecenas). They also divided the solar year into 18 periods of 20 days and five nameless days, creating a 20-day month divided into four five-day weeks. The end of each five-day week was a market day.[48][49]

The Balinese Pawukon is a 210-day calendar consisting of 10 different simultaneously running weeks of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 days, of which the weeks of 4, 8 and 9 days are interrupted to fit into the 210-day cycle.
Here’s the roman calendar of 8 days per week (I wonder if it relates to modern musical notation and with that H note, russians but not americans know)



See why I think it matters? Because there’s tradition of marking days of week by alphabetic order. But here, is it alphabetic order or futhark is actually futhark and runology wasn’t wrong all the time? Prudence tells me it was not, but historic evidence about Scheele tells me that old theories can be wrong.





This calednar topic is so vast, I need to become a specialist in it, before I dare to tell anything about it, but I search well, I have internets on my side, it makes me more powerful than professors of the past, so if they still can spread their old books, why can’t we with our information even more reliable than even Diringer’s.

This image is Gediminas Sceptre to the left, a medieval Lithuanian calendar (to the left, to the right – this can mess up during reediting by someone not careful enough, so just use reverse search to research images which interest you. Notice, that the left chart has 12 days, and 12th is T (at least it looks like one)

"Ancient Baltic cosmological schemes have been found on burial urns dated from 600-200 BC. As with other Bronze Age cultures, there were megaliths associated with the summer and winter solstices; hill enclaves with solar calendars have been discovered at Birutė Mountain near Palanga,[1] and at the Purmaliai mound near Klaipėda. A modern interpretation of the ancient solar calendar was created in 2002 at the Kretinga Museum. Lithuanian calendar shows some similarities with Slavic calendar, and so may have roots in Proto-Balto-Slavic era."

Some more weird ancient “clog almanacs” will follow:











On the following image you can see relation of those 19 runes to the 7, and they do stand in such a manner that 19 of them pass over 29 days:

So it’s not full moon dates, it’s some lunar dates of a lunar calendar, and on this image lunar calendar is combined with the solar one. The weird thing is I had 28 days per moon in my mind. Was it because of 4 weeks per 7 day each? Could arabic alphabet of 28 be related to lunar calendar? Arabs do use lunar calendar. Let’s search for arabic calendars..(I havent’ found much, but anyway, here’s where I’m going to research them from now on: hiperlink(astrolabes))

My draft tells me to go deeper into house of music, because I have discovered some detail of why could humans shift musical notation like two steps higher than alphabetic order goes: ABCDEFG is natural minor, Aeolian mode. CDEFGAB is its relative major. and it is named Ionian mode. And Ionian is the dialect of greeks which became modern greek of the xX aD. The reasons beyond this switch from minor to major is still unknown to me, but I know that major scale is named Ionian mode, exactly like that dialect, on which modern Greek alphabet is founded, so these two facts could be related. They also say, that even though modern musical modes took their names after ancient greek modes, they’re different, so I wouldn’t me surprised if originally aeolian mode was pentatonic, and those two letters added by Apollo priests were related to the two additional notes. And there’s such a thing as aeolian pentatonic scale, but I’m too dilettante in musical theory to keep on talking about it. It’s definitely an interesting topic, and I will return to it some day. But some more should be told about it, before we go further: when christian englishmen occupied Iceland, they prohibited icelanders to sing for a couple of centuries. Probably, because music and magic are similar topics, muslims directly prohibit music (I suppose this outrageous prohibition comes out of jewish law – it’s hilarious how both muslims and christians disgust jews, yet follow jewish teachings. Blindly they follow, what a practical joke! Anyway, musical notation is even more obscure theme, than magic. Though I’m sure human culture somehow preserved answers to all the questions we have.




Musical modes do have deep connection to accent people speak of:  if you compare russian and english vowels, Russians see A as completely open mouth. It can be relaxed, but it’s open. And in english it’s Э, Æ – suddenly I think “is it because they smile more?” Their E is И (I) and their O is closer to russian U (but u stands in russian cursive for и, which sounds like i in inn, hm..) But then they pronounce I.

Karl Fossler even identified accents of nations with their languages’ souls. And righteously did he, because before he did, that monastery bs about soul of the language didn’t have much of semantic features, being as euphemerous as understanding of a human soul (if we have it when we’re born, than it’s not our memories or personal traits we develop in the lifetime, so what is it? In early jewish books it’s synonymous to life, but in Ruth or around it soul acquires some supernatural forces such as immortality.

And if you hear somebody speaking a foreign language with a grave accent, you can notice that what makes most of the difference is that (s)he uses vowels from a native language. Speech defects, on the other hand, are usually in the consonant realm, even though foreigners may be foreign to some peculiar sounds like th or w, but they usually figure it out eventually, but vowels are not even taught enough.

On the image of monochord by Robert Fludd you can see that notes are marked the other way around, and the scale used to be descending, not ascending modern europeans are used to. And Fludd lived in 17th century, so this reform couldn’t be too far in the past. I’m even sure that some nations still keep their national musical traditions, which contains keys to decipher this enigmatic topic.

Me personally, I still have more questions than answers about musical theory: why and when there were 5 notes, then 6 notes, now 7 notes or 12, those five are pentatonica (which is 5) but the rest I’m not sure about, especially 6 because it was just few centuries ago, when gvido died, and nobody seems to know about it (if you do – feel encouraged to contact me, I donate, I appreciate)

Then why is here 4 lines instead of 5 we use today – but hardly does this question relate to alphabetic records. H instead of B – can. And if it does, some of what I tell here is probably known to some secret clubs. The historic evidence is definitely known to music historians, which I’m not, but b being a form of h – could japanese composers influence the academic scene I wonder? nah, of course it’s some conspiracy of those who don’t have to memorize tons of useless or wrong information in their youth, so they can dig deeper in what is. or am I only tripping because Talleyrand told we would be shocked if we knew what petty people reign over us. But it’s a good news, because all it takes to cure this world is to cure those people from their pettiness with genetic therapies and neurotechnologies, or maybe exposure to the world to come will suffice. Godly, baby, come godly, god is goood, not what you read, but what is should.

There’re many videos about base frequency of modern instrument different from what it used to be – probably not to shatter glass with resonating sound, but resonance is not a very promoted topic, because it’s too powerful to hand to those who didn’t grow to research it in this maddening world, such kid can’t be bad, only loving this world enough to admire it for so long to figure these things out can grasp this knowledge, and their love is a guarntee of our safety.

So the frequency being changed because instruments unpleasantly resonated with organ – as tempered mode appeared. But before it was natural mode, and it’s also not exactly pythagorean mode. Or is it? I wish competent reader excuses me and incompetent research this topic by themselves. I just found an article about it:
 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Concert_pitch#History_of_pitch_standards_in_Western_music

and here's the book about ancient greek modes I still haven't read, for I need more musical education to understand it correctly: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/40288  

So I will return to this topic when I delve into it more. But what connects this topic to the alphabets – is why do they call notes made by higher tubes, by elephant trunks “low”, and why do they call notes made by piccolo or a mouse “high”? I was not the only one who got this dissonance as a child. And it could relate to the direction of modes and to the fact that lower strings are actually higher on guitar’s neck. And though in Philippines they put i’s above syllables and u’s below – in arabic it’s in reverse. Could it be that musical theory came from further east than the instruments? Once again I heretically assume that writing system developed in the east-south? Isn’t it too much out of this world? I don’t know, I just noticed, but I’m not sure about it myself.

Probably among hermetic teachings (I bought some books, haven’t read them yet) will I find the origins of music, and maybe pentatonica will be connected to tetraktis, I will definitely return to this question.

Anyway, I will now share some great schemes I got from internet and musicians I befriended with during this quest for understanding of musical modes:






I wish you can play those N, V, K, Z, E, H, T, Г, C, and also F & L. and is that square A? then we have 12 of them, it could be completely unrelated, but I haven’t learnt yet how to play a musical instrument. I own a groovy bass, wish I can play it.










As you can see, we have vast ammount of sources for information on alphabetic structures, so we can rediscover genealogy of the writing systems by their inner structure, and not from words of some ancient historians. Here’s an example of why we consider Herodotus father of history, but I think Plutarch called him father of lies in “On the Malice of Herodotus” – what reminds me of Euclid, all those fathers and their toxic patriarchy. I have a theory that gods were female, and student of student of socrates’ student (and all four are homos) alexander the great, made greeks shave (to make them forget that Mitra is Mother?) though in Icelandic even Maður means Man. and their Mother is Móðir. So whether their matriarchal tradition was stronger, so that neither wo- nor fe- but wife was first, Kona, and husband is only eiginMaður, ownMan; or what? I don‘t speak Icelandic, why do I need to go to this, I‘m dilettante enough.

If we take historic evidence from the source which has already shown it’s truthfulness, Hyginus:

The three Fates created the first five vowels of the alphabet and the letters B and T. It is said that Palamedes, son of Nauplius invented the remaining eleven consonants. Then Hermes reduced these sounds to characters, showing wedge shapes because cranes fly in wedge formation and then carried the system from Greece to Egypt*. This was the Pelasgian alphabet, which Cadmus had later brought to Boeotia, then Evander of Arcadia, a Pelasgian, introduced into Italy, where his mother, Carmenta, formed the familiar fifteen characters of the Latin alphabet. Other consonants have since been added to the Greek alphabet. Alpha was the first of eighteen letters, because alphe means honor, and alphainein is to invent.[9]

Only on the half way from the invention of alphabet to its way to Greece will we meet a personage, mentioned by Herodotus:

The Phoenicians who came with Cadmus—amongst whom were the Gephyraei—introduced into Greece, after their settlement in the country, a number of accomplishments, of which the most important was writing, an art till then, I think, unknown to the Greeks. At first they [the Phoenicians] used the same characters as all the other Phoenicians, but as time went on, and they changed their language, they also changed the shape of their letters. At that period most of the Greeks in the neighbourhood were Ionians; they were taught these letters by the Phoenicians and adopted them, with a few alterations, for their own use, continuing to refer to them as the Phoenician characters—as was only right, as the Phoenicians had introduced them. The Ionians also call paper 'skins'—a survival from antiquity when paper was hard to get, and they did actually use goat and sheep skins to write on. Indeed, even today many foreign peoples use this material. In the temple of Ismenian Apollo at Theba in Boeotia I have myself seen cauldrons with inscriptions cut on them in Cadmean characters—most of them not very different from the Ionian.

to Herodotus’ story also Diodorus disagrees

But there are some who attribute the invention of letters to the Syrians, from whom the Phoenicians learned them and communicated them to the Greeks when they came with Cadmus into Europe; hence the Greeks called them Phoenician letters. To these that hold this opinion, it is answered that the Phoenicians were not the first that found out letters, but only changed the form and shape of them into other characters, which many afterwards using the name of Phoenicians grew to be common.

Herodotus estimates that Cadmus lived sixteen hundred years before his time, or around 2000 BC, which – if we compare it with record of Hyginus is probably wrong by a millenium, because if Palamedes really fought in Troyan war, and it really was in 12th century BC, Cadmus couldn’t live in 20th BC.
And if Cadmus really established Thebes, where Linear B was used, now I understand why I read that Hyginus is sometimes considered unreliable, but I think it’s these legends of Cadmus are not reliable, but I shouldn’t claim this, because I’m not a historian, but I will soon collaborate with AI to figure it all out by feeding her all the historic records there are.

But another personage, Palamedes, the one who went further from just 5 vowels and two consonants, Pausanias in his Description of Greece (2.20.3) says that in Corinth is a Temple of Fortune in which Palamedes dedicated the dice that he had invented. Dice, huh! If we add the remaining eleven consonants, we get exactly 18 runes, or 3 dice, today they call them three aettir, because since then 18 became 24

Alpha was the first of eighteen letters, because alphe means honor – It contradicts the argument that The Greek Letters, alpha, beta, gimmel have no meaning in Greek but the meaning of most of their Semitic equivalents is known. For example, 'aleph' means 'ox' – and vita means life. Gamma is gamut, Delta is in river, but it “is because Herodotus used it of the delta-shaped mouth of the Nile.” oh that Herodotus, but we’ll see who’s right.

It’s hard to say when Hermes (Trismegistus) lived, but there’s another personage, from sources of Robert Graves, and though his grandson told me that Robert used Hyginus, he definitely used some other source. Here’s the chapter from Graves’s Greek Myths in whole:

THE Three Fates or, some say, Io the sister of    Phoroneus, invented five vowels of the first alphabet, and the consonants B and T; Palamedes, son of Nauplius, invented the remaining eleven consonants, and Hermes reduced these sounds to characters, using wedge shape, because cranes fly in wedge formation, and carried the system from Greece to Egypt. This was the Pelasgian alphabet, which Cadmus brought back to Boeotia, and which Evander of Arcadia, a Pelasgian, introduced into Italy, where his mother Carmenta formed the familiar fifteen characters of the Latin alphabet.

b. Other consonants have since then been added to the Greek alphabet by Simonides of Samos, and Epicharmus of Sicily; and two vowels, long O and short E, by the priests of
Apollo, so that his sacred lyre now has one vowel for each of its seven strings.
c. Alpha was the first of the eighteen letters, because alphe means honour, and alphainein is to invent, and because the Alpheius is the most notable of rivers; moreover, Cadmus, though he changed the order of the letters, kept alpha in this place, because aleph, in the Phoenician tongue, means an ox, and because Boeotia is the land of oxen.

***

1. The Greek alphabet was a simplification of the Cretan hieroglyphs. Scholars are now generally agreed that the first written alphabet developed in Egypt during the eighteenth century BC under Cretan influence; which corresponds with Aristides’s tradition, reported by Pliny, that an Egyptian called Menos (‘moon’) invented it ‘fifteen years before the reign of Phoroneus, King of Argos’

> The Greek alphabet was a simplification of the Cretan hieroglyphs.
           
This line is false, which I will demonstrate, but let's keep on:

2. There is evidence, however, that before the introduction of the modified Phoenician alphabet into Greece an alphabet had existed there as a religious secret held by the priestesses of the Moon—Io, or the Three Fates; that it was closely linked with the calendar, and that its letters were represented not by written characters, but by twigs cut from different trees typical of the year’s sequent months.

3. The ancient Irish alphabet, like that used by the Gallic druids of whom Caesar wrote, might not at first be written down, and all its letters were named after trees. It was called the Beth-luis-nion (‘birch-rowan-ash’) after its first three consonants; and its canon, which suggests a Phrygian provenience, corresponded with the Pelasgian and the Latin alphabets, namely thirteen consonants and five vowels. The original order was A, B, L, N, O, F, S, H, U, D, T, C, E, M, G, Ng or Gn, R, I, which is likely also to have been the order used by Hermes.

Irish ollaves made it into a deaf-and-dumb language, using finger-joints to represent the different letters, or one of verbal cyphers. Each consonant represented a twenty-eight-day month of a series of thirteen, beginning two days after the winter solstice; namely:

  

1 Dec. 24 B birch, or wild olive
2 Jan. 21 L rowan
3 Feb. 18 N ash
4 March 18 F alder, or cornel
5 April 15 S willow; SS (Z), blackthorn
6 May 13 H hawthorn, or wild pear
7 June 10 D oak, or terebinth
8 July 8 T holly, or prickly oak
9 Aug. 5 C nut; CC (Q), apple, sorb
10 Sept. 2 M vine
11 Sept. 30 G ivy
12 Oct. 28 Ng or Gn reed, or guelder rose
13 Nov. 25 R cider, or myrtle

4. About 400 BC, as the result of a religious revolution, the order changed as follows to correspond with a new calendar system: B, I. N, H, D, T, C, Q, M, G, Ng, Z, R. This is the alphabet associated with Heracles Ogmius, or ‘Ogma Sunface’, as the earlier is with Phoroneus.

5. Each vowel represented a quarterly station of the year: O (greenweed) the Spring Equinox; U (heather) the Summer Solstice; E (poplar) Autumn Equinox; A (fir, or palm) the birth-tree, and I (yew) death-tree, shared the Winter Solstice between them. This order of letters is implicit in Greek and Latin myth and the sacral tradition of all Europe and, mutatis mutandis, Syria and Asia Minor. The goddess Carmenta invented B and T as well as the vowels, because each of these calendar-consonants introduced one half of her year, as divided between the sacred king and his tanist.

6. Cranes were sacred to Hermes, protector of poets before Apollo usurped his power; and the earliest alphabetic characters were wedge-shaped. Palamedes (‘ancient intelligence’), with his sacred crane (Martial: Epigrams) was the Carian counterpart of Egyptian god Thoth, inventor of letters, with his crane-like ibis. Hermes was Thoth’s early Hellenic counterpart. That Simonides and Epicharmus added new letters to the alphabet is history, not myth; though exactly why they did so remains doubtful. Two additions, xi and psi, were unnecessary, and the removal of the
as (H) and digamma (F) impoverished the canon.

7. It can be shown that the names of the letters preserved in the Beth-luis-nion, which are traditionally reported to have come from Greece and reached Ireland by way of Spain, form archaic Greek charm in honour of the Arcadian White Goddess Alphito, who, by Classical times, had degenerated into a mere nursery. The Cadmeian order of letters, perpetuated in the familiar ABC, see be a deliberate misarrangement by Phoenician merchants; they used secret alphabet for trade purposes but feared to offend the goddess, revealing its true order. This complicated and important subject is discussed at length in White Goddess.

8. The vowels added by the priests of Apollo to his lyre were probably those mentioned by Demetrius, an Alexandrian philosopher of the first century BC, when he writes in his dissertation

On Style: ‘In Egypt the priests sing hymns to the Gods by uttering the seven vowels in succession, the sound of which produces as strong a musical impression on their hearers as if the flute and lyre were used, but perhaps I had better not enlarge on this theme.’ This suggests that the vowels were used in therapeutic lyre music at Apollo’s shrines.



and a piece of wiki:



Compare the word Argos to Argo of those who went to acquire golden runo. Argos was name of the guy who built that ship, and also name of another mythical character, who was guarding Io, and whom Hermes slayed. I know, it’s complicated. But argonauts were traveling for golden fleece (the golden runo) according to bbc, years before Troyan War, The story is of great antiquity and was current in the time of Homer (eighth century BCE) – this is just before the alphabet appeared in Greece, just at very end of Greek Dark Ages. In those dark ages they managed to lose LinearB – I wonder how could that be, I read that iron became available, and cheaper than brass, so was it some proletariate revolution to advantage of secret rulers from abroad or not? Oh boy, if you’re not historian you better don’t read these parts, because I am also not, but I read about it without caring to write the sources out (there’s no sources given in the internet very often – we have googles, if you care you search by yourself, but if you find what contradicts – tell it to me, I will also look. Now we can do this, paper books couldn’t make it. But if I don’t answer – I’m either dead or two successful.

About linearB – "The script's usage spanned the time period between approximately 1500 BCE and 1200 BCE , and geographically covered the island of Crete, as well as the southern part of the Greek Mainland." And greek alphabet is believed to appear only around 800 BCE. So if Graves’ version of the myth is true, 5 vowels & B T could be the basis of Linear B. It does have 5 vowels, but ammount of consonants is much more than just two. Could Io invent musical notation, and only a century later did people invent Linear B on the basis of Linear A and those musical notations?

Palamedes lived in times of Troyan war, which was around 1200 BCE, and could potentially cause the revenge and Dark Ages. 1200, not 1500, so duh… Argonauts are believed to travel about that time also. Could it be that argonauts brought runo, which told how to make the dice and "Pausanias in his Description of Greece (2.20.3) says that in Corinth is a Temple of Fortune in which Palamedes dedicated the dice that he had invented." Were those dice be invented by adding 11 letters to the existing 5+2 to get 18 or 3 dice? but I already told about it. So I’m lost in all these dates, it’s not even my speciality. I will return here when I specialize in it more.

Hermes reduced these sounds to characters, using wedge shape, because cranes fly in wedge formation, and carried the system Greece to Egypt

Hermes is Toth, the one who gave writing to egyptian. So could it be, that it was not Hermes Trismegistus, but the previous Hermes? Could they be truly the same person? Oh, complicated.

Even about invention of writing there’re two versions: whether it was Thoth, or Seshat. Some people say that it was Seshat and Thoth only transmitted it from her

Egyptian hieroglyphs combine several systems, and one of them is actually alphabetic:

 















Only egyptian hieroglyphs are believed to exist since 3100 BCE – if they existed with these alphabetic signs from the very beginning I am not aware of. It seems so. But what’s interesting is that Sumero-Akkadian cuneiform is believed to exist from the very same century (to about the same period of early AD) but then there were proto-cuneiform documents, and signs used there were seen on tokens from as far as… These tokens were in use from the 9th millennium BC and remained in occasional use even late in the 2nd millennium BC.

But demotic is told to appear in 600 BCE – could it become in use because of Hellenic influence?
Why I’m asking such questions is “Hermes reduced these sounds to characters, using wedge shape, because cranes fly in wedge formation, and carried the system from Greece to Egypt.“ here’s demotic:


The text on Rosetta Stone is also in demotic, so it seems they also had some other signs, whether for syllables or even for some rudimentary ideograms. After all it was the same egyptian writing system.

But “Hermes reduced these sounds to characters, using wedge shape, because cranes fly in wedge formation“ — could it tell of ugaritic alphabet or even runes?

Runes are the most ancient, otherwise their sacred groves wouldn’t be ordered to be burnt, the Irminsul and Donar’s Oak wouldn’t be demolished: trees can tell when they were cut and how old they are.

excuse my inner biased nazi, he wants to believe

Ugaritic is a much credible candidate to that role. But speaking of birds, could it relate to such a weird thing as ornithomancy (aka augury)?


The Ugaritic script is a cuneiform abjad used from around either the fifteenth century BCE[1] or 1300 BCE[2]



For ugaritic already did distinguish vowels from consonants & labials from linguals better than the most of them. Not worse than phoenician & georgian. But M is already off the column, but only one symbol off. or is it three symbols?













This chart adds three more symbols to the artefact. Do they go round the edge? Maybe two symbols this structure would endure, but three breaks the axial symmetry, so I don’t see them on this clay tablet, thus they do not exist.

And they do not exist:



This is where they took it, and it literally tells “missing simbols” thus they’re not on this tablet at all. I saw several other charts, but until I see the abecedary they’re taken from, I just ignore them as academic folly, that bs-half I told you before, the replication crises and stuff.

Alphabet is magic structure with groovy symentries, pronoun or diety semantics, multiple applications and universally distributed even in syllabic and hieroglyphics structures.

MiddleAsterns with their matres lectiones are bridge between alphabets and abugidas. And further to the eAst it is abugida of 3 vowels which connects all the alphabetic structure even to japanese kanas, where those three a i u share the order between eUropean and Japanese.

Three fates are three mothers in kbl, where k is actually aleph. and l is ^ is г is c

Vowel labial and linguals. Even though sandmen were made to believe their vowels are guttural sand.

Though it’s important, because kbl sees three mothers as air, water, fire – three elements, because before 4࿌ came 3࿋.

Notice how ࿌ grows out of ࿊ – and all fish flow clockwise-and reminds  ࿘ – and though the opposite simbol is also in unicode, , considering the direction of flows in the Northern hemisphere, only some Australians would consider the opposite swastika a raising one. – I have to reedit this parts when I send text to southern hemisphere, which lays beneah Indonesia.

I don’t know what is “Условия использования” and I don’t want to read this jewridicule text, if they allow us to use these pictures, then why bother reading, and if they don’t, why suffering their making the world a less free place. As doctor King said, one has a moral obligation to disobey unjust laws.

The map makes sense: Vietnamese people say that Sindbad from Arabian Nights is actually vietnamese national hero, and all the toponimics in the fairytales are well known to vietnamese. Now I need to check this anecdotal evidence (from a russian friend living in Vietnam) comparing the Sindbad fairytales and the places on the map.

They also found monolitic monuments in New Zeland, so humanity is probably much older than we think and geographically it’s spread long before we thought: see Kaimanawa wall. Ancient Suppressed Stone Structure in New Zealand (mirror)

So in the previous part I tenderly touched the subject of probability of alphabet originating around Philippines, but now I go further to the island without predators, where humans could originate from. New Zealand. Now when I remember about predators I think it makes perfect sense: whether we eliminated them there, or they’d eaten all our predecessors elsewhere, and somehow to New Zealand they didn’t arrive. But then why don’t we have a pouch? Because there’s no marsupials in New Zealand.

Though we can find the alphabetic structure of letters laying out according to their articulatory features, could it be that vowels came to semits as primal screams and only greeks make them vocal, vowel. What if there only were primitive screams before alphabet appeared. But A I U are quite vowels. Could it be that vowels were known before they became 5 of them? Could be that the system splat and one part invented vocals, the other invented additional prevowel screams and Greece found in Runo a writin system influenced by both  the branches of the splat alphabetic system.

I saw there are some ingenious writing systems in Indonesia, I haven’t look at them yet. And I haven’t even heard of such writing systems in New Zealand, let’s dig into this information now.

and I found many ancient alphabet. And even though the system teaches that they are no more than ten centuries old, I dare to doubt what system tells again. Because I’m going to watch at the system by their structure to discover the chronology of the idea’s development by comparing their objective features.

Javanese script:






    Are those corpses the signs this historic document is written with? Then those two messendgers are chinese hieroglyphics and european alphabets. Then signs in this syllabary should have some meaning.

The manner of drawing is the most similar to mayan among all non-american things
(so I would compare these two writing systems) ~ maybe hangul was the most similar to mayan before, and it still is in a sense.

I’m sure I saw this sword on the final pane of this yonkama somewhere near Europe. It has a writing on it.
 As soon as I find the image of it, I will bring it here. It has alphabetic writing on it. Thus the messenger on the right is european, the messager on the left is chines, who killed by martial arts.
    upd:
here's the image I was looking for, but this (probably ritual) knife is different.

or was it something like this I saw then:


One was наговне, the other was martial artist, both died. but let's return to javanese script:





Javanese script is a huge topic, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Javanese_script with its own numerals, and zero named nol (as in russian).

But what matters for this research is that vowel order is just as in japanese, when other indonesian script usese the european one, aeiou.

Another interesting writing system in the region is (or was?) Sundanese script:



The most funny thing about this alphabet I can see now is that it looks like some alien math:  ᮃᮊ᮪ᮞᮛ ᮞᮥᮔ᮪ᮓ
and what follows is Old Sundanese script:

I told you guys this region has some ancient writing tradition:


Palm-leaf manuscripts are manuscripts made out of dried palm leaves. Palm leaves were used as writing materials in the Indian subcontinent and in Southeast Asia dating back to the 5th century BCE,[1] and possibly much earlier.[2]






I am sort of disturbed by these magic drawings with texts I cannot read. It is the book I’ve always wanted to read, now I combine it myself, with finest images from the most valuable sorces, and for free, what can be better. I combine this images without asking, but it envokes the change in law. When reverse-search for images was invented by Tineye, and then copied by Google, it made no sense to prohibit others’ images any longer: they became free advertisement for the original sourse rather than stolen property. Shared is not stolen, it was hard to concieve before computers (bc actually; and ante digital) and computers are where высший разум appeared, ai is literally высший разум, highest intellect, as russians name ye higher power.

Disturbed or not (this book IS disturbing, be careful with it, please) I have an obligation to proceed:

Here’s what wiki writes about another writing system of the region and of Jawi script I’ve shown you above:

Rencong, or "Rentjong," is a general term used to refer to any native writing systems found in central and south Sumatra, including Kerinci, Bengkulu, Palembang and Lampung.[1] These scripts lasted until the 18th century, when the Dutch colonised Indonesia. These scripts were used to write manuscripts in native languages and in Malay, such as the Tanjung Tanah Code of Law. The Malay writing was gradually replaced by the Jawi script, a localized version of the Arabic script.

I’ve no idea what arabic script they’re talking about, rather than of this one, Arabi Malayalam alphabet with Malayalam alphabet correspondences:



because it doesn’t remind arabic to me at all (they probably said about some other writing system for this language, based on arabic) And even the order of consonants is indian, they’re both considere brahmic, But these writing systems are completely unknown to common public, I wonder why they’re fascinating. Probably humanity doesn’t see any use in these “reinvented bicycles” but now we have AI to recompare all these writing systems to define the common features, but they should also listen how all these syllables sound, to be free from bias of mistakes collected by humans. Does it make humans useless? No, if we work to the same goal, and we can repair them after some space storm piercing both atmosphere and seclusions of caves. Humans are less influenced by electromagnetic storms, so we can be very useful, not mentioning our being funny and cute as we keep our pets alive and we share resources with them and we .

Notice that Rencong still shows u with a dot below, yet it is the first among oceanic syllabaries to put i in european way. and H as II

But the article goes on:


Detail of a Kerinci Rencong manuscript (KITLV Or. 239). The text reads (Voorhoeve's spelling): "haku manangis ma / njaru ka'u ka'u di / saru tijada da / tang [hitu hadik sa]", which is translated by Voorhoeve as: "I am weeping, calling you; though called, you do not come" (hitu adik sa- is the rest of 4th line]

Rencong scripts were often written on tree bark, bamboo, horns and palmyra-palm leaves. Many of the Rencong scripts are also known as "Surat Ulu," or "upriver scripts," given their prevalence away from a coastline.

The term "Rencong" is often confused with "Rejang," which refers to a specific set of related scripts that were used to write various dialects of the Rejang language and for writing Malay in the region.





The funniest elements of Rejang so far is sun rotating:


and just another scheme:

Counterclockwise, but how do I know this? Maybe it steps those legs down and walks thus clockwise. It’s different to what I said about swastikas, which means I could be wrong, but, as sometimes say half(?) of scientific literature is wrong, also according to replication crisis. And it could be present here, when one image shows european aeiou order among vowels and the other introduces a distorted brahmic aiueo as auieo, I wonder which is true, but seeing this runic style I bet it’s aeiou. I should have bring turkic and hungarian runes here for comparison, but I will rather stay in the region for some more.

Another writing system with unknown year of origin doesn’t even have english wiki page.















There are many recently recent writing systems:

Balinese script:





























Although the Balinese script is similar to that of many other Asian languages that share Brahmi ancestry, it is unusually elaborate and beautiful. The most common use of the alphabet today is in religious settings, such as holy manuscripts and ceremonies, especially those relating to Hinduism. In fact, it was once believed that the script itself was sacred and could not be deciphered or even taught to anyone unless they possessed the appropriate spiritual power to do so. Even today, when used in religious texts, the script uses certain “holy letters”, which are thought to have special powers beyond the sounds that they represent.

Lontara script:



Another Lontara is Lontara Bilang-bilang script:




Transliteration:
1. ininnawa mapata ko, ala i pakkawaru, toto teng lésangmu.
2. tinulu' kuwala lonré, pata kuwala guling, pésona sompekku.

Translation:
1. O my soul, be patient, make your efforts determine your destiny.
2. I make my honesty to be a ship, my patience as its rudder, and my faith to God as the sail.
((From a poem by Colli' Pujie) Information provided by Ridwan Maulana)

    The Lontara bilang-bilang or Bilang-Bilang script, which means "counting script", is a Buginese cipher script. The shapes of the glyphs were derived from Arabic-Indic numerals (۱۲۳۴۵۶۷۸). The script appeared in the time of the Kingdom of Gowa in South Sulawesi in 18th century. It is used traditionally and privately mainly to write diaries and poems in Buginese.

Notable features
• Type of writing system: syllabic alphabet / alphasyllabary
• Direction of writing: left to right in horizontal lines
• Each consonant has an inherent vowel (a), other vowels are indicated by adding diacritics to the consonant.
• There is no virama sign (as in Lontara), and no "ha", because traditionally the Buginese language did not use the "ha" sound. The letter "ha" in the Buginese script/Lontara is an addition due to Arabic influence.

Used to write Bugis or Buginese (Basa Ugi / ᨅᨔ ᨕᨘᨁᨗ), a Malayo-Polynesian language spoken mainly in Sulawesi in Indonesia by about 4 million people.

Batak script:











and here is wth!



So what’s the point in collecting these writing systems, look at how vast this field is: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Writing_systems_of_Southeast_Asia only AI can compare them all to see their common point and interesting differences. For human it can take decades, humans are slow.

I was hoping to find roots of writing system around New Zealand, but they haven’t excavated it yet. Maybe Kaimanawa wall will bring something to the theme or Pyramid Valley in New Zealand has its name not by accident, until now I only found that native australians also have only 3 vowels: A I U and monotheistic deity named IO is known around that region. Maori had no writing systems, but they’re believed to be not the first nation living in New Zealand. I’ll keep on digging this direction, but for now I will turn to other sides of the global alphabetic structure.



Kotodama or kototama (言霊?, lit. "word spirit/soul") refers to the Japanese belief that mystical powers dwell in words and names. The notion of kotodama presupposes that sounds can magically affect objects, and that ritual word usages can influence our environment, body, mind, and soul. Kotodama is a central concept in Japanese mythology, Shinto, and Kokugaku. It is also fundamental to Japanese martial arts.





The 48 sounds of Hotsuma no Kototama:

     

    The Kototama of MIZUHO NO TSUTAE by Yamaguchi Shido

    (L) Kada’s Inari Koden Chart. (R) Yamaguchi’s Futomani no Mitama Chart.

    Editor’s Note: This is an English rendering from the Japanese book, Koshinto Gyoho Nyumon by Omiya Shirou, pp 100-107.


    Yamaguchi Shido in the mid-19th century wrote a book that integrated the strange symbols found in two ancient scrolls into a metaphysical system of Kototama.

Yamaguchi Shido

    In 1765 Yamaguchi Shido, the son of a wealthy farmer, was born in Awanokuni which is the modern-day Kamogawa-shi in Chiba prefecture. He was a child prodigy and learned Chinese literature at a young age. When he was 25 or 26, he moved to Edo to live with his uncle. He started the study of kokugaku, which is the study of ancient Japanese literature.

    Futomani no Mitama/Kagotama Chart

    The Yamaguchi family had handed down over the generations an ancient scroll that contained a mysterious chart known as Futomani no Mitama, also called Kagotama. Yamaguchi wanted to unwrap the secret of this chart. After three decades of studying, he came to understand that Futomani no Mitama told the secret about ancient kototama, the power of sound. But he did not quite understand the kototama.

    Inari Koden/Mizuhi no Ontsutae Chart

    The Inari Koden or Mizuhi no Ontsutae chart was handed down in the prominent Kada family. The Kada family, together with the Hata, of Kyoto were hereditary priests of the Inari shrine in Yamashiro no kuni, the present Fushimi Inari Taisha shrine in Kyoto. The noted kokugaku scholar, Kada no Azumaro (1669-1736) possessed this chart at one time. Azumaro has a lovely shrine at Fushimi Inari which I visited in 2012. Azumaro passed the chart to his adopted child, Tamiko, who in turn passed it to Kada no Noriyuki.

    Yamaguchi Shido studied classical Japanese literature under Kada no Noriyuki. Later he taught nobles at the Imperial Court in Kyoto. During these studies, Yamaguchi was given the Inari Koden chart. [Inari Koden probably means the ancient document of Inari.] The secret symbols written in the chart enabled him to solve his question of the ages about the Futomani no Mitama chart.

    Mizuho no Tsutae by Yamaguchi Shido, an integration of the two documents

    By receiving the Inari Koden, Shido became more confident about his study. In the year Bunsei 1, 1818, he returned to Edo and spent five years in developing a solid base for his study. In the year Tempo 1, 1841, he was invited to the house of Fukui Shigetsugu, his brother-in-law, at Kameyama in Kyoto. There he began writing his work entitled Mizuho no Tsutae which became his life-time achievement.

    After that, his study of Kototama became so popular among court nobles in Kyoto that he gave many lectures to them. In the year Tempo five he finished writing seven volumes of Mizuho no Tsutae. Two years later, he was invited to see Kishu Tokugawa (one of the top three Tokugawa-related families) and went to Kishu in Wakayama. There he offered his books, Kamikazeiki and his series of Mizuho no Tsutae to Kishu Tokugawa.

    Kototama of Yamaguchi Shido

    According to Yamaguchi, all things in the universe consist of water and fire. These are also referred to as the sound of “i” and the sound of “ki.” Earth and people are all made up of these water and fire elements. The universe can be very much affected by the kototama that is created from water and fire. Shido thought “iki,” breathing, also consisted of water “i” and fire “ki.” Breathing was absolutely imperative to carry the words with kototama in them. For him, iki means to live, ikiru.

    Yamaguchi found that the Inari Koden had much to do with Futomani no Mitama. He carefully compared them to each other. He revealed that the creation written in Kojiki actually told about the generation of goju-on, the fifty Japanese kana characters/syllables.

    Yamaguchi saw that the Futomani no Mitama was made upof the five elements: the dot, the circle, the horizontal line, the vertical line, and the square.

    He realized that the Inari Koden, through its twelve forms explained each of the five symbols in the Futomani no Mitama chart. This helped him work out the hidden meaning of Futomani no Mitama.

    Yamaguchi noted the goju-on, the fifty voices of the kana syllables, as principal sounds and he made them into figures that represented the true identity of the universe.

    The Japanese 50-kana syllables are a system showing the power of sound that controls the universe.

    You can control the universe if you have a deep understanding of each sound. The belief of kototama that koto, something that is said, will become koto, something that happens, is a metaphysical system in the innermost recesses of traditional beliefs.

Another point of view at the same mysterious subject is futomani-chart:












once again:
  
   Because some signs are exactly the signs of 5000-year-old Jiroft artifacts — (Iran). Archeologists believe the discovered inscription is the most ancient script found so far and that the Elamite written language originated in Jiroft, where the writing system developed first and was then spread across the country.





If kotodama has any relation to jiroft, jiroft could be an origin of it, and it could be some musical notation, because they’re all vowels.

Wild, wild assumptions. Don’t believe me, doubt everything you read here, and not only here.

And here's another account on the subject of Hotsuma:

Out of nowhere in 1770s Japan appeared a series of books handwritten by an otherwise unknown person, Yasutoshi Waniko, who claimed to simply be translating into Chinese a series of ancient Japanese histories dating to 100 CE or even 800 BCE, although he boasted that the “translations” required 30 years of labor. Operating on the assumption that these books were actually forged by Waniko himself, there was some precedent for his folly; a century earlier, the Edo court had been all a-twitter about a forgery called the Kujiki Taiseikyo, which told a new history of Japan. Waniko simply raised the intrigue and awe to a new level by predating his “history” to long before Chinese writing was imported to Japan. Of course, this raises the question, how was this written down before Chinese writing? Waniko’s answer is that both the Hotsuma Tsutaye and the Mikasafumi were written in an otherwise unknown script called woshide which is either a forgotten predecessor to the Japanese syllabary or the giveaway of a clear forgery, depending on whom you’re asking.

But what interests me about the woshide books is their strict adherence to classical Japanese meter throughout their 1500-odd verses, which makes them the earliest instance of epic poetry in the Japanese language. Regardless of whether they were composed in 1775 or 100, they predate any knowledge in East Asia of Western poetic forms. Furthermore, the book is written in Old Japanese, of which very few examples survive, and is full of obscure word-forms that somewhat resemble ancient words. If it is a forgery, the author must have done intense research on Japanese linguistics, and he may have been familiar with Ainu epic songs, a century and a half before anyone else saw fit to write them down; if this is the case, what else isn’t he telling us? Or are we willing to admit the possibility that these obscure, beautiful poems date to a distant era unknown to modern historians?

These documents lay almost completely forgotten until 1966, when an amateur historian stumbled upon an excerpt in a used bookstore and made it his life’s mission to find and publish the original texts. (The Mikasafumi has only been found in excerpts, but woshide fans maintain hope.) But it can also be seen as the first in an interesting and understudied genre of Japanese literature, the parahistorical document.

In favour of forgery also speaks the fact that two out of three basic stand for labial vowels (or could angles stand for labiality? I just collect information here, knowledge is yet to emerge) 

But these three basic figures, circle triangle quadrat can be seen in other writing systems, where they represent three mothers, but always differently arranged:

Brahmic script:

  

As you can see, triangle is vowel, quadrat is labial, circle is lingual.

Another alphabet, and this time it’s actually alphabet, having these three forms is afrikan n’ko, which is considered to be invented in the middle of XXth         century, but here’s another opinion about its origins:



Here’s some more information about it, if the link goes down, tell me to make  a mirror for it, for it’s saved: http://bafsudralam.blogspot.com/2008/08/thinite-writing.html and it gives references: Arkell,A.J. (1961). A History of the Sudan. University of London. Hinkel,F.W. (1978). Exodus from Nubia. Berlin: Akademie-Verlag. Patrie,W.M.F. (1900). The Royal Tombs of the First Dynasties. London: EES. Van de Brink, Edwin C.M. . (1992) Corpus and numerical evaluation of the Thinite Potmarks. In The Followers of Horus: Studies Dedicated to Michael Allen Hoffman. Egyptian Studies Association Publication, No.2: pp.265-296.Oxford: Oxbow Books.



Only this time sphere is vowel, triangle is labial and square is lingual, and this time they’re literally a, m, s. and even gb has some labial to it.

Same shapes can be seen in Tifinagh, another african alphabet, which is not considered to be recent, instead it is now sometimes taught to be phoenician as well, no matter how different from the previous phoenician it looks. That is mine and this is also mine, duh:




























    Only this time they don’t distinguish square from circle very much, and triangle is present only in one of these three tables. And even though we can theorize that original circle is A, the small circle, as it’s shown on some other tables, and that triangle is labial v, and that square is rather r or s turning in circle when drawn inaccurately, they have another way to show three mothers: one dot is A (or E?), two dots are W (or F?), more dots are velars (does stroke in G stand for the third dot as dots are in libyan?), which are made by tongue actually, and apes cannot pronounce coronal sounds, so it’s reasonable to think that before we could draw we couldn’t pronounce them either, but it seems we could calculate before that. Notice that Tifinagh recognizes these dots, but Libyan does not, it could be caused by different reasons, I will not theorize on. Though four dots standing for two forms of H make me think and go brackets

The same story, about the “inventor” being just a collector of pre-existing signs into more literary writing system I’ve heard of other african writing system. Was it Vay syllabary or was it.. but article on Osmanya instead tells As nationalist sentiments grew and since the Somali language had long lost its ancient script




It’s time to compare those Tifinagh dots and Libyan strokes to Ogham:











Though the image above draws letters top to bottom, when inscribed on stones, Ogham is written vertically from bottom to top.

here’s another point of view:

    In secluded fields, on the walls of churches, and beneath construction sites, stones have been found with intricate markings that rise from the lower left up to the center and then down to the lower right. This is the ancient Celtic Tree Alphabet known as Ogham (pronounced owam)










What is surprising about ogham is the order of its vowels, aouei, it’s quite unique, but still A is the first vowel. And this order is exactly vowel, labial, lingual: pure vowel which doesn’t need neither lips nor tongue, vowel you won’t be able to pronounce without lips, vowels for which you need tongue.

Comparison of Ogham to Tifinagh shown that both have . for A & : stands in both for labial (vowel or semivowel) as if these writing systems split when they only had two vowels. and when africans used dots for all sorts of letters, europeans used dots for vowels, which could be some primitive musical notation. Also the myth of 5 vowels is alive in case of Ogham. And five of one type correspond to dice of runes as shown on the “falling stone” five per die. And though the last time I compared runes, even stavless runes to ogham they didn’t have much in common,



Funny observations about ogham is that f & h look alike, and in japanese they’re the same. But it is not ogham: in ogham f reflects t as in latin minuscle, c reflects s as in k-symmetry, b reflects h and in japanese b is literally voiced h. Then it makes sense that in ogham bhm all are first among consonants, as in abcd system, but only F is third in its group, as it is in greek, the same M situation, but only on F®eya (fairy, фея, θεά (θεά is goddess, θεία is aunt, θέα is view)) as in greek.

Ogham is sometimes named by it’s “first” letters: Beth-Luis-Nion, which could tell that order was different before F became the third oghamic “letter”, and I see that the image with a hand shows that very order in ogham but the previously mentioned order in fingers, yet the calendar ogham explains.



  


It is one of the most mysterious writing systems and my only excuse is that others also don’t know much about it. But it’s not excuse enough, I keep on digging. And I remember I saw such palms for other writing systems:   















And while I’ve no idea what to do about these hand diagrams, I’ll post some more ogham:






 
  
for some reason I brought here a page for runes from the same book page of which speaks of ogham in a following image. maybe because of those runic knots (knotes?) 











You need calendar to make good clock, you need that mechanics to put mirror against the sun to give your plants more light in the north.

But back to language and oghamic vowels, it’s as if ogham replaced that ei & ou we have in latin alphabet. Or if we compare them with japanese, it’s as if they just replaced o & i. Which is actually as if ou is o & ei is i. If we compare oghamic vowels to philippines vowels, then it’s also as if ou & ei were replaced. but why is it o in one case & u in another. Are you sure philippines distinguish o from u? all the transliterations are only approximates, every nation uses it’s one musical mode. I wonder if Icelanders saved their songs in their spoken speech when englishmen prohibited singing.

And as in case of noin the third letter became fifth, i could be 2nd before o & e were invented. But then there should be ogham withough 4s and 5s. Let’s search for the most ancient ogham. Then again, it was written on stones, and carbon analysis doesn’t work for stones. Any way, ogham is surov, u & o it has more than e & i.

At last I’ve seen some real common element between ogham & runes: in both o is literally double a.

So let’s research what ogham of 1s and 2s could be:
b is first, l is second, it reminds me of b & t.
h is first – it corresponds to japanese kanas where b is literally voiced form of h. and the second is d and the third is t – as in arabic and farcy (this word sounds with connotations in english, so I will use word “persian” from now on. Persi is breast in old russian, and iranian women have big tits, though they have to clean their genome from southern bestiality. Both arabs and pers, and though muslim community may oppose genetic therapies, because smart people believe less, they should understand that we’re made in god’s image, so it’s no good to obstacle his plan (his or her? now people think it’s his, before they thought its her or even hers, which is male pronoun or article in german, how could that happen? is it a part of m-replacement situation? Such vague images of hypotheses flow in my mind, that’s the boullion crystal grow from. and it is reflected with l, while t is literally l with dash.

But the third letter is w and it's already a tradition that v interplaces t as the final letter: in genetics v appears in rna where dna had t, as if masons or whoever know about what I'm excavating here? (this I believe the most, since a&t are the first and the last & c & g are both of k, which is the central letter of alphabet of AV — see, again V stands instead of T as the final letter on another lever) or is names of those molecules surprisingly ancient? (I doubt this the most) or is it some hillarious cosmic coincidence? (I doubt this either, but most of colleauges will choose this as the case, but you find systems sorting out such coincidences without ignoring them simply because the most of them are nothing, you have patience to find the true)

    Once again I post this weird image which only happens in latin alphabet. Together with L & R in axial & velar column in lineal. Latin is special. But honestly I don't know other alphabets that well to cut them at t or v and even in those I know enough I didn't make enough effort to find their k's.

        















    But it's only in this dictionary version of ogham w, in other images it's f, which is spectacular, because it reflects t in ogham also. I pronounce it t-f the θ

In arabic it's also this btθ: ب ت ث  it the beginning of the alphabet. you read it from right to left. b is also distinguished from t by the position of those dots, but it's still 1 2 3 as in ogham, and I don't decide here what was the direction of the system's travel, because wherever it came from was not the only source, the system is universal and only archaeology can tell where it's met earlier. Also persian alphabet happened to be derived from arabic: ب پ ت ث  is different by distorting that oghamic sequence: پ is derived from ب  as б & в in russian.  پ‎ (pāʾ) is not considered a distinct letter, but a variant of ب‎ (bāʾ) that is sometimes used to write foreign names and loanwords with the phoneme /p/. It can be written and pronounced as a ب‎ (bāʾ) instead.

Skew letters of m g ng could be the same b t θ with shut nose, and then let's compare them with vowels, as if in tifinagh dots only number matters:

a ~ b? it's beyoud weird, but remembering boustrophaedon I must say they look like reflection of eachother, especially when they look like a & Б

о ~ t? or was it i~t? i makes more sense, but still doesn't make much of it.

u ~ θ? is it that very v in place of ת I was speaking about in the context of genetics? See, this is how my drafts look, and out of them this work arises.

In conclusion I must notice that in runes it's the opposite: ᛒ looks like double ᚦ and here I stop improvising & go to my notes, where runes are compared to hebrew:

And though hebrew has four more letters (which makes me think of runic18 as of more basal form of the system) in runic the final line ᚱᛦᛋᛏ is out of structure, while in hebrew עפצקרשת is not.

We saw that final line is the most prone to mutations: in latin labial doubles (or if it's from that final then they triples) and the fourth V is semivowel Y & it stands almost at the end of the line, where it reflects final v's in runic, archaic latin and old russian, and final vowels in greek and modern russian where final line is all vowels and ex-vowels. And Ѣ in russian graphically groups with trinity of ЪЫЬ. The fourth 6, as 18 runes became 24, or was Ѣ removed because Б could be of that group. But why not B then? b is exactly Ь. can I say that Ы don't count, because it's not a letter but ligature. Or is this part of research is only apophenia? In comparison of uvw at the same beginning of the final row, standing for 666 as many other ideas interwhine with it (from carbon structure to roman numerals and 3 runic dice – it's like one of the most common connections of the pre-christian times. Just as another common conception, the three mothers. Are they 3 sicks and other resemblances are wheather dummies, dolls to fool you, or are they other sicks other oracles other fates? Yet there are only three. But in latin alphabet there're 4 of them. If Y is 6, then what is ij? i=3? it's the third vowel. And it supports that V is 5. But I is 1? A is one in latin alphabet. How so? It looks more like 4. E looks like 3. AIV je! あいう yo! look how much they remind aиу as they put it in russian. The world is so much interconnected than our history dares to convince us based only on few centuries, having most of human interactions in darkness, when our cultural elements may be the evidence of our interactions. But as for above problem, of V being fifth in the column and X being next to it as if there used to be only 10 letters, for X used to be the final and stand for T and for Ten. Most of people only know IVX and not LCD in roman numerals, as if IVX is the most common, and what is above 40 is "many" If I was 1, then the order of vowels was different from any we know, because most of the times A is the first vowel, whether it's aeiou, aiueo, aouei or any other. But let's arrange it according their graphic forms and to see if they make some gammut: E is 3, A is 4 V is 5? O was supposed to be between A & U, but jews, for example, didn't have O among vowels, they use a labial for it. But that labial is literally V. Standing where it used to stand before they sent it past T. So then ע is not Y, it's 4. But if ו is still 5 (for ו is v) then the trick is to go tetraktis:

4 vowels, 3 labials, 2 velars, 1 coronal — then we have equal ammount of linguals and labials, or it would have been like this if M wasn't replaced, but still vowels and consonants will make 4 & 6, which were conidered masonic numbers where I found these images:


  

or is it 3 and 5? but they're speaking about the same phenomenon.

Probably they didn't decide to be explicit about the 666 of the three final lines. And they could look like this because of 3 dice, and as of those two 4's, they could stand for two knucklebones, more ancient form of dies, but being literally bone, can explain the etymology of die in dice. And knucklebones were used for different divinations, one of which was literally named alphabet oracle: http://opsopaus.com/OM/BA/GAO.html#Heinevetter (mirror) (though it doesn't even have greek version of verses, so why do I even bother. but it tells how to calculate the divination) Though just as cards can be used for both divination and game, knucklebones were used for gambling and also for children's games such as ашички & many others: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shagai









And though that wiki article tells mostly of mongols, it's because in Mongolia this tradition is still alive, while it used to be very alive in europe, including Roman Empire, and further in the prehistoric past. Though mongols like kazakhs use shagai even for musical instruments:



But where did I take that they used to use only two knucklebones? Which are not knucklebones, but ankle bones, astragaluses, taluses or is correct plural form for talus tali? Tali? I think that's the name of the most primitive count system I know of... I'm thinking of tally stick, or simply tally, or was I thinking of tally marks, and tallies have something to do with bones. yet what I was speaking of? again:

But where did I take that they used to use only two shagais? First of all, because that's what the form of roman alphabet tells me, second is there are exactly two ankle bone per a beast, and I move from there, to find games of twelve years (Two players in turn toss two pieces like dice for twelve rounds (corresponding to the twelve-year cycle of the traditional calendar), counting a point for each horse landed. If no player reaches 12 points, the game restarts, otherwise the higher score wins.) – what do they mean "horse landed"? The sides of these bones not only have numeral value of 1, 3, 4 or 6, but also names: In shagai dice, the rolled shagai generally land on one of four sides: horse, camel, sheep or goat. A fifth side, cow, is possible on uneven ground. The comment to the image: Possible shagai positions: Camel, Horse, Sheep, Goat



Here's another alphabetic artifact, whether it's also oracle or just kind of prayer or simply a poem, but the third image uses word Orakles:





In Tacitus' Germania this is said:

Auspicia sortesque ut qui maxime observant: sortium consuetudo simplex. Virgam frugiferae arbori decisam in surculos amputant eosque notis quibusdam discretos super candidam vestem temere ac fortuito spargunt. Mox, si publice consultetur, sacerdos civitatis, sin privatim, ipse pater familiae, precatus deos caelumque suspiciens ter singulos tollit, sublatos secundum impressam ante notam interpretatur. Si prohibuerunt, nulla de eadem re in eundem diem consultatio; sin permissum, auspiciorum adhuc fides exigitur.

which is translated by robots as The most important of divining by lots so that those who observe the lots is simple. Is lopped off a fruit-bearing tree they cut a branch of these are distinguished by certain marks, and thrown carelessly and at random over a white garment. Next, if the lots are consulted publicly, the priest of the city, in private the father of the family, a prayer to the gods of the sky, looking up each piece three times, takes up according to the marks in front of the mark. If they prove unfavorable, there is no further consultation that day about the matter; But if allowed, the auspices is still required.

human translator put it thus Augury and divination by lot no people practise more diligently. The use of the lots is simple. A little bough is lopped off a fruit-bearing tree, and cut into small pieces; these are distinguished by certain marks, and thrown carelessly and at random over a white garment. In public questions the priest of the particular state, in private the father of the family, invokes the gods, and, with his eyes towards heaven, takes up each piece three times, and finds in them a meaning according to the mark previously impressed on them. If they prove unfavourable, there is no further consultation that day about the matter; if they sanction it, the confirmation of augury is still required.

I combine this information with "falling stone" of three runic dice, and combine these with the alphabet oracle of greeks, and I interpret this ritual as casting of runic dice for divination.

I know of Mandela effect, but I wintessed change in public opinion from assumption that 8centuryAD is the eldest runes, but since I shared that Tacitus piece, it's mostly considered to be existing from 1AD, probably because Tacitus is 2AD. And when I discovered this piece of Tacitus, I read it in some classic translation, being twice as big as the original. Let me try to find it,

I don't think this is the one, because it's only 50% longer than the original text, but the mistake it gives is similar to the one given in that classical translation:

To omens and the drawing of lots they pay the very greatest attention. Their method of divining by the lot is simple. They lop a branch from a fruit tree and cut off the twigs : they mark these differently in order to distinguish them apart, and they then cast them loosely, at haphazard, on a white robe. Then the priest of the community, if it is going to be a public divination, or if a private one, the head of the household, offers a prayer to the gods, and turning up his eyes to heaven he draws three twigs, one at a time, and he interprets those which he has drawn according to the marks previously set upon them. If the interpretation proves to be unfavourable, no further divination on the same question takes place that day. If it is favourable, the auspices have still to be consulted.

it tells of using branches with cut of twigs, whether to intentionally cloud the story of dice, because it was probably translated when church were the main censor, so they could want to conceal the old heathen beliefs and practices.

All of the sudden, here's exactly the book I was telling of: the bilingua with twice as much text in the translation department. It even dares to say "divided into slips" — that's what I remember, no Mandela effect here. But translation explicitly tells of runes, which makes me puzzled. who profits?:



    I believe jews did it. %)

So back to the bible. I saw this video by some kabbalist -------------!!!!links!!!!--------- where he spoke of B (not A) being the first letter. And it is the first letter of many abrahamic texts: bereshit begins with b, because that's how the first chapter of bible begins. bismilla is the first words in koran, в начале было слово — it's how russian translation of John's gospel start, the same в as in bible and coran. Bible begins with ב and then it goes ו for 33 times. and the following initial letter is א and it's followed with 6 initial ו's and the following initial letter is ש which is suspicious because ש מ א are the first letters, three mothers sefer yetzirah tells about, and ב is closest to מ yet the story goes on: after 12 ו's goes ע, after 5 ו's goes כ, after 10 ו's goes א, after 2 ו's goes ב, after 11 ו's goes ה, after 4 ו's goes כ, after 1 ו's goes ה, after 9 ו's goes כ, after 2 ו's goes 's, after 33 ו's goes ה, after 4 ו's goes א, after 4 ו's goes ע, after 1 ו's goes צ, after 3 ו's goes מ, after 3 ו's goes מ, and ג and כ, after 3 ו's goes מ, and ש, after 1 ו's goes ב, after 1 ו's goes ב, and ה, after 5 ו's goes ח, after 1 ו's goes כ, after 17 ו's goes צ and כ, after 1 ו's goes כ, after 2 ו's goes ע, after 2 ו's goes כ, and א, after 1 ו's goes ש, after 6 ו's goes א, after 5 ו's goes ש, after 7 ו's goes י, after 3 ו's goes ב, after 2 ו's goes מ, after 3 ו's goes ה, after 1 ו's goes מ, after 8 ו's goes א, after 1 ו's goes ב, after 8 ו's goes 2א's, after 6 ו's goes ה, after 1 ו's goes ע, and א, after 34 ו's goes א, after 5 ו's goes ל, after 4 ו's goes א, after 4 ו's goes ה, after 2 ו's goes א, after 2 ו's goesכ, after 1 ו's goes ק, after 2 ו's goes ע, and כ and ש, after 4 ו's goes א, after 13 ו's goes א, and ב and א again, after 16 ו's goes ב, and א, after 15 ו's goes ע, after 5 ו's goes א, after 10 ו's goes ז, after 2 ו's goes ה, after 12 ו's goes ב, after 4 ו's goes י, after 9 ו's goes ה, after 4 ו's goesכ, after 1 ו's goes א, after 2 ו's goes א, and ח, after 2 ו's goes א, after 8 ו's goes ט, after 3 ו's goes ה, after 4 ו's goes כ, after 5 ו's goes 2ה's, after 2 ו's goes מ, and ה, after 8 ו's goes ל, after 10 ו's goes ה, after 12 ו's goesכ, after 17 ו's goesק, after 12 ו's goes ע, after 6 ו's goes ב, after 12 ו's goes כ, after 3 ו's goes א, after 6 ו's goes ג, after 1 ו's goes ש, after 4 ו's goes ל, after 3 ו's goes א, after 2 ו's goes ל, after 5 ו's goes כ, after 2 ו's goes י, after 5 ו's goes ה, after 24 ו's goes א, after 2 ו's goes א, after 1 ו's goes ה, after 1 ו's goes א, after 5 ו's goes ה, after 25 ו's goes ה, after 4 ו's goes ח, and א, after 20 ו's goes ג, after 1 ו's goes ע, after 23 ו's goes א, after 12 ו's goes ה, after 1 ו's goes ל, after 2 ו's goes א, after 16 ו's goes י, after 4 ו's goes כ, after 10 ו's goes ע, after 2 ו's goes ק, after 28 ו's goes ע, after 17 ו's goes מ, after 33 ו's goes ת, after 3 ו's goes כ, after 1 ו's goes א, after 18 ו's goes א, after 4 ו's goes א, after 1 ו's goes ה and כ, after 10 ו's goes ל, after 1 ו's goes י, after 2 ו's goes ע, after 4 ו's goes כ, and ז and ט and ה and ז and ל, after 7 ו's goes א, after 1 ו's goes ע, and א, after 11 ו's goesק, and ה, after 2 ו's goes ע, and ג, after 16 ו's goes ע, after 10 ו's goes ק, after 2 ו's goes י, after 17 ו's goes ה, after 2 ו's goes א, after 5 ו's goes ה, and א and מ, after 3 ו's goes ב, and א, after 25 ו's go 2ב's, after 6 ו's goes ע, after 4 ו's goes כ, after 2 ו's goes א, after 4 ו's goes 2א's, after 2 ו's goes 2א's, after 6 ו's goes 4א's, after 10 ו's goes 3א's, after 1 ו's goes א, after 24 ו's goes ל, after 33 ו's goes ה, and it's the only sequence (upd:

here's another one
in the very beginning of that volume) I know of, where ל follows מ — and what is also astonishing is that previous pair, followed by 33 ו' is ב and ז — both sequences are labial first, lingual second. If labial stand for female, then it's literally "ladies first", but the bereshit goes on: after 13 ו's goes א, after 13 ו's goes א, after 12 ו's goes ב, and 2כ's, after 3 ו's goes ב, after 13 ו's goes פ, after 15 ו's goes ש, after 1 ו's goes 2ה's, after 4 ו's goes י, after 5 ו's goes א, after 27 ו's goesכ, after 3 ו's goes ב, and ש, after 2 ו's goes א, after 10 ו's goes ד, after 1 ו's goes ש, after 9 ו's goes א, after 4 ו's goes א, and כ, after 26 ו's goes 3ה's, after 2 ו's goes ה, and א, after 9 ו's goes א, after 12 ו's goes כ, after 1 ו's goes כ, after 5 ו's goes כ, after 2 ו's goes מ, after 12 ו's goes ל, after 9 ו's goes א, after 2 ו's goes ב, after 7 ו's goes א, after 2 ו's goes א and ב, after 2 ו's goes א, after 2 ו's goes א and כ, after 13 ו's goes א, after 12 ו's goes ל, after 2 ו's goes ר, after 24 ו's goes ה, after 7 ו's goes ה, and ר and פ and ש and ב and א and י and ג and ל and א again, and ח and ז and י again, after 1 ו's goes ד,  and י and ל and ג and מ and נ and ב, after 2 ו's goes מ, and 2ב's, and כ, after 1 ו's goes ב, and ש and מ, after 5 ו's goes א, after 11 ו's goes כ, and 9 ו's finish the bereshit (aka genesis) and shemot (aka exodus) goes on with the same hypnotic pattern of many ו's:  after 1 ו's goes ר, and י and ד,  after 5 ו's goes ה, after 52 ו's goes ל,

As you can see, both 33 and 52 are not simple numbers, but I'm not autist enough to keep on chasing these numbers, let AI does it, in seconds. after 10 ו's goes ל, after 32 ו's goes ל, both 34 and 32 seem to be distracting numbers, but 33 and 52 are remarkable after 1 ו's goes ת, after 1 ו's goes א, after 4 ו's goes ת, after 12 ו's goes ל, after 4 ו's goes ב, after 2 ו's goes א, after 2 ו's goes ב, after 8 ו's goes 2ה's, after 4 ו's goes א, after 6 ו's goes כ, after 5 ו's goes ל, after 1 ו's goes כ, after 28 ו's goes כ, after 5 ו's goes ד, after 6 ו's goes כ, and ה, after 10 ו's goes 2כ's, after 1 ו's goes ע, and ה, after 1 ו's goes ה, after 5 ו's goes ר, after 1 ו's goes ה, after 10 ו's goes כ, after 6 ו's goes ל, after 11 ו's goes ל, after 7 ו's goes ד,  and nothing remarkable goes on in this chapter (other than the text itself is full of brainfuсks, especially when you try to translate it with google translator — somebody definitely messed with its hebrew) only 38 ו's go after פ and before ש but it also go nowhere, so nothing to look at here. And no wonder Sefer Yetzirah only speaks of Bereshit. ז. Only now have I found ז looking exactly like t, and both z & t are final letters in different periods of alphabet development, and x stands for both t in phoenician and for z in greek (xerox is read as zerox) it all can be apophenia, or can be manifestations of systems we yet have to discover, but if we ignored these manifestation simply because they could be accidental, systems we wouln't discover, so you know as they say "he who's affraid of being ridiculous will never become great". Who says it? Google doesn't know this line. Was it inspirobot? Gosh I love inspirobot!

So in case you skipped the autistic research of bible: the first letter of it, ב is followed with 33 ו's; some time later ז, breaking the tradition of "one letter, several ו's" by being double, is followed by 33 ו's; and then, some text later, it repeats: מ, is followed with 33 ו's; some time later  ל, is followed byו's, and it's the only case where M precedes L, btw. The only case I found in decades of this research.

Another interesting thing I learned is that those three meems go not in Bereshit, but in Noah. The book we know as genesis is known in hebrew as bereshit, but bereshit is only 5.5 chapters for until the middle of chapter 6 it's Parshah Bereish!t (I edited all the dirty words and look what I have (I will return i's in other bereshits, but here I go wild, skip it if you'd rather not go there, I'm sorry), and parasha is a bucket of shit in soviet gulags and children summer camps. Were soviet jews so against judaism that they desecrated that jewish term so much? or do israelites translate the name of their country as "богоборец" among other backronyms? why this weirdly wacky topic is flooding my work? I don't really want to care which breed of apes did what before we became humans, so why would I worry what breed or craft of humans did what when we become supermen in the nearest future: it's eather this or we all die and survivors are bored to death) and when Noah is mentioned it's Parshah Noach. Parshah is very dirty word in russian, so how can jews not hate russians? It's natural to hate when your holy words mean something dirty at your neighbours'. Rusы rude. Should I utter it now? No, I understand, but those who know russian understand what two words I mean and they're one dirtier than other, even though the dirtiest rhyme to our dear stepmotherland. We're not from stepp, we're from forests, we are the furthest, we ran from your madness and you came after us with your crosses and eradicated or subjugated us, several nations on russian territories had their own writing systems. I've shown you The Old Turkic script (also known as variously Göktürk script, Orkhon script, Orkhon-Yenisey script) is the alphabet used by the Göktürks and other early Turkic khanates during the 8th to 10th centuries to record the Old Turkic language. –  in 10th century christianity came to Rus, and how many centuries before them did these nations have writing system is unknown, because researchers are most likely biased towards common united_russia MK. We shall return to Orhkon, but now let's give tribute to some other writing systems:

The Old Permic script (Komi: Важ Перым гижӧм), sometimes called Abur or Anbur, is a "highly idiosyncratic adaptation"[1] of the Cyrillic script once used to write medieval Komi (Permic). –  if you find in your default search engine Perm, you will find wiki with Perm (Russian: Пермь, IPA: [pʲɛrmʲ];[13]) is a city and the administrative center of Perm Krai, Russia, located on the banks of the Kama River in the European part of Russia near the Ural Mountains. ~~ History Further information: Great Perm Perm is located in the old Perman area, which was originally inhabited by Finno-Ugric peoples. Perm was first mentioned as the village of Yagoshikha (Ягошиха) in 1647; however, the history of the modern city of Perm starts with the development of the Ural region by Tsar Peter the Great. Vasily Tatishchev, appointed by the Tsar as a chief manager of Ural factories, founded Perm together with another major center of the Ural region, Yekaterinburg.  – They didn't have this Further information link before, it looked as if they try to hide the information of the kingdom they destroyed and their writing systems they (as they always did) claimed to invent themselves. When have they began claiming it? Probably centuries after the slaughter.

And where does this Great Perm link leads! I left a screenshot further on. I though only russian part of wiki is that decietful.



Can you believe it! I cannot believe it! They are erasing memories of Komi people, not only american genocided natives, russians have very much in common with americans: wild west and wild north, I tried to find komi writing system, but they all keep on feeding me with more modern writing system (because they speak about modern writing systems established by communists, I don't even wanna look at them, and though I have strong feeling that they sweep Permia under the rug, they do not succeed: luckily wiki gives to see History of the article, and before somebody chunked out 176 bytes it had word Bjarmaland in it. and does this article exist, but nobody links to it from Permia.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cherdyn,_Perm_Krai still has the link to Bjarma, another transliteration is Parma. Those locations have several villages named Parma, softly genocided, slowly dying off.



What follows is probably rearranged in russian fashion Permian alphabet. And though they claim that the guy who translated bible into permiak language, also invented the writing system, they claim this even though there are historic witnesses about different writing systems Komi people had before the christians. I definitely read that some persian traveller told about two writing systems Permian (or Komi) people had. One is casual, another one is related to hunting, probably could connect writing system to biolinguists, because many words related to writing also relate to animal trace: пометить in russian is both meanings of "mark": with a pencil and as animals do, but directly related word помёт is litter in english, and litter in this context can be related to letter. Russian word писать is to write if the stress is on the second syllable, and to piss when it's on the first one. And people still use these dirty words, they could be original forms of them. But politicians don't care much about science, they're not clever enough to understand or even value it, so many ancient knowledge can be lost, but can be perserved in the most incredible way. Only I have to address those who invent new forms of ancient writings instead of actually discovering them: STOP! you only make noise and lies will be dismantled anyway, if we enhance our computational powers, so no much sense in lying to further generations.

Changed or not, bastardized or not, these relatively recent tables of one permian alphabet is given next, though here's only 5, they say that Сохранилось несколько памятников древнепермской письменности: списки азбуки (более 10)

















And though they most probably lie about Stepan being the author when they say. The alphabet was introduced by a Russian missionary, Stepan Khrap, also known as Saint Stephen of Perm (Степан Храп, св. Стефан Пермский) in 1372. The name Abur is derived from the names of the first two characters: An and Bur. The alphabet derived from Cyrillic and Greek, and Komi "Tamga" signs, the latter being similar in the appearance to runes or siglas poveiras, because they were created by incisions, rather than by usual writing. The inclusion of the latter aided the alphabet in greater acceptance among the medieval Permic speakers of the time. They mention Tamga signs, and russian version of the article tells of древнепермских рунических символов (пасов).



That latter link tells where I read about that arabic traveller, witnessing writing systems in Northern Parma:

Пасы и шыпасы

Установить точную дату возникновения коми письменности невозможно. Но то, что она возникла задолго до X века, подверждают «Книги Ахмеда Ибн-Фадлана о его путешествии на Волгу в 921-922 годах». Арабский путешественник и секретарь посольства Багдадского халифа пишет о переписке царя Волжской Булгарии с предками народа коми, называя их вису.

У предков коми существовал не один, а два вида письменности. Первое — так называемое практическое письмо пасы. Ими зыряне помечали свои вещи, охотничьи угодья, составляли календари. Подобные знаки существовали у всех финно-угорских и самодийских народов. Почти не меняясь, пасы дошли до наших дней на прялках, вышитых и вязаных узорах. Да и по своему прямому назначению эту письменность использовали довольно долго. «В домашнем быту их, особенно между безграмотными, до сих пор существует обыкновение вести особенного рода счет житейским расходам на тонких четырехугольных планочках, на которых вырезывают прямолинейные и угловатые значки, им только ведомые, и читают по ним, как по книге; например, случится записать, что такой-то чиновник брал за прогоны столько-то лошадей, такой-то столько-то без прогонов и пр., — пишет Михаил Михайлов в очерке 1850 года про Усть-Вымь. — Зырянин отмечает на деревянной планочке значки, по окончании года является за расчетом к подрядчику, без ошибки разбирает свои иероглифы, называет должности, имена и фамилии лиц, бравших у него лошадей, и на проверку выходит, что все сказанное им согласно с книгою содержателя станции. Этими же значками обозначает он, например, чем замечателен был прошлый год в хозяйственном отношении, в каких местах ловилась белка, — вообще, каково шли промыслы, когда началась весна, когда начали пахать, каков был урожай хлеба, какие цены были на туземный товар и прочее, и прочее. По-зырянски такая планочка, исчерченная разнообразными значками, называется «пас». Еще в 1928 году в журнале «Коми му» краевед Дмитрий Борисов отмечал, что «пасы и в настоящее время в глухих деревнях, а также среди охотников играют далеко не последнюю роль».

Но параллельно существовала и вторая письменность — хорошо развитое буквенное письмо, заимствованное у южных соседей. Даже слово «буква» по-коми не «пас», а «шыпас» (то есть пас, обозначающий звук «шы»). Только на основе общей письменности могли свободно переписываться с булгарским царем предки коми народа.

О различии двух видов письменности в XIX веке писал Георгий Лыткин: «Зырянские пасы никогда не имели значения букв, ими нельзя передать того, что передавали египетские иероглифы. Между пасами и стефановскими буквами нельзя делать никаких сближений».
Откуда есть пошла коми письменность?

А пошла она из Ирана. Много веков назад иранские купцы, как и «лица кавказской национальности» сегодня, нисколько не смущаясь расстояниями, вели на север свои караваны с серебром, закупая и вывозя на юг «мягкое золото» — закамские меха. Везли через Хазарию и Булгарию свои товары, а с ними — и свои слова, вошедшие в коми язык: «зарни» («золото»), «амысь» («плуг»), «нянь» («хлеб»), «\ксы» («господин»), «пурт» («нож»), «сур» («пиво») и т.д. Одним из иранских слов, прижившихся в коми языке, стало «неб\г» - «книга». В книгах и документах, попадавших на север, были буквы, которые стали основой первой коми письменности. Часто на север попадали также иранские сасанидские монеты и серебряные блюда и чаши, покрытые «неизвестными среднеазийскими письменами», — еще один источник новых букв.

«Территория между Камой, Вычегдой и Печорой, занятая коми, с давних пор находилась в орбите оживленной торговли Запада с Востоком. Древняя Пермия была насквозь пронизана нитями торговли, связывающей вычегодские дебри с отдаленнейшими концами Европы и Азии. Сюда проникали изделия Ирана, монеты Мавераннегра и Британии, серебряные блюда из Греции, чаши из Киликии. Здесь и сейчас нередки находки монет, серебряных и золотых вещей восточного и средиземноморского происхождения», — пишет в «Очерках истории народа коми-зырян» Николай Ульянов.

Возможность существования в древней Перми письменности иранского происхождения допускает ряд ученых, в том числе такие известные лингвисты, как Гюнтер Стипа и Адольф Туркин. А.Туркин считал, что подобная письменность существовала и в Булгарии, но пропала после принятия этой страной ислама. Тогда все булгарские книги, которые не были написаны на арабском языке, были уничтожены. Финский лингвист Гюнтер Стипа в начале 60-х годов прошлого века опубликовал две статьи о древнем коми языке. Он искал корни древней коми письменности в иранском, арамейском, старогрузинском и староармянском алфавитах. Г.Стипа пишет, что не только форму букв, но и названия древнекоми звуков зыряне позаимствовали у какого-то северно-иранского алфавита, ставшего также основой азбуки многих кавказских народов.
here's the link to the whole article, to the whole magazine actually: http://www.komi.com/mc/arhiv/new001.htm  (mirror)

But here's an english article we both should read: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamga (mirror)
        (I probably didn't have to give mirror for wiki, but I think I want to see this as standart approach)

And if you think that there's no way Parma was that huge that it spread from the modern Perm to where Normans live, and here's a map,


    Here's another map of Pecheneg Khanates and neighboring territories, c.1015, which will tell you that sure they did:

    Though it stills needs to be discovered further (though it probably is, in academic literature and on) because here's a map marking both Barmia & Permia. Though this map seems not exactly precise, if you try to find Volgda & Voronezh.


Komi, Permiacs, Зыряны, whom germans name Syrjanisch which made me surprised "what does Syria have to do with them?" so many names could reflect many relative nations, the territory also tells it's the case. I see several letters of Old Permic Alphabet, too bad the collectors of those пас'ses didn't collect their meaning? Or they could have it, I should dig a little deeper in this direction to find out. And about Syria, Finno-Ugric nations have other interesting similarity of this term to Phoenicia & Ugarit. If these northern and southern nations are related somehow or their cultures have similarities or just one named after another to steal its identity and developments, to rememe the historic terms, this is some conspiracy hypothesis, just a thought, & unfriendly.

But let's look at those tamga signs (russian word for customs is tamozhna and it comes from tamga, and I wonder if tamga are the same two syllables as in custom (whose dome?) first I brought here whole the collection, but let's stick to the subject, only komi tamga: but these two words together didn't bring me any komi tamga. Searching in russian охотничьи пасы brought me directly to Komi signs:

Доска содержит 111 пас-знаков (родовых знаков), которыми пользовались жители с. Помоздино, обозначая свои охотничьи угодья, предметы быта и пр. Эти знаки были зафиксированы Вениамином Тимофеевичем Чисталевым, в то время учителем Помоздинской школы, ставшим впоследствии писателем, членом Общества изучения Коми края. Оттиск с доски был опубликован А.С. Сидоровым в статье «Зырянские метки собственности – пасы», вышедшей на немецком языке в 1932 г. в журнале Финно-угорского общества (Финляндия). Это была одна из первых                                                                                                           научных публикаций о феномене                                                                                                                   родовых знаков коми-зырян.

Слово «пас» обозначает «знак», «тамга», «клеймо». Пасы использовались как обереги и в качестве знака родовой собственности. Они ставились на предметах быта, например, на прялках, на сельскохозяйственном и охотничьем инвентаре, на рыболовецких снастях. Отмечали пасами и границы лесных угодий.

Пасы послужили основой для формирования коми орнамента. Древние зырянские знаки собственности легли в основу древнепермской азбуки — АНБУР, составленной Стефаном Пермским в 1372 г.

С распространением грамотности пасы были вытеснены инициалами и личными подписями, но в повседневном быту используются и до настоящего времени. Наиболее ярко эта традиция выражена на территории современных Корткеросского, Усть-Куломского, Удорского, Ижемского районов Республики Коми.
> составленной Стефаном Пермским в 1372 г.

it means combined by Stephan, arranged. The signs existed before he only put them in christian order. I wonder what their other order could be, could there be an order? 111 could be syllabary (21 consonants and 5 vowels) – so syllabaries preceded alphabet? they're more bulky, none would want to reform it from alphabet to syllables. But syllables derive from hieroglyphs. Egyptian evolved from Chinese, because chinese writings don't have phonetic part. Phonetic transliteration is a step towards alphabetic writing system, and it appeared in Egypt. And egyptians used syllables, even more bulky syllables than abudigas have, ankh as a syllable. or is it hieroglyph? But this hieroglyph doesn't need phonetic part, so it's closer to Chinese, but when I consulted historic sources, I see that official science has it the other way around: Egyptian hieroglyphs existed at least centuries before Chinese were concieved: official version (or the main myth) is that chinese hieroglyphs were invented by Cangjie, probably that's why chinese hieroglyphs are named Kanji in Japanese. And this clerk lived c. 2650 BCE when Egyptian hieroglyphs are registered on this artefact dated back to 31st century BC and it does have egyptian hieroglyphs, and the ones which later were used for denoting syllables phonetically. It doesn't meant they're in this function here, but probably yep.



But once again I can ignore official misconceptions due to what structure development indicates, because I just found that chinese tradition is more ancient than egyptian, because in egypt symbols on Gerzean pottery from c. 4000 BC didn't have much to do with hieroglyphs, at least among what I saw, and in china there were found Jiahu symbols dated to 6600–6200 BCE which correspond chinese hieroglyphs by their form, yet of the final sign contradicts the theory of the characters' evolution shown on the left here.
That famous oracle bone probably was just using a similar & related, but different writing system. But it's some other oracle bone.
Or Jiahu symbols could be a forgery, of course, we have all the reasons not to trust those commies.

In 2003, tortoise shells were found in 24 Neolithic graves excavated at Jiahu, Henan province, northern China, with radiocarbon dates from the 7th millennium BCE. According to some archaeologists, the symbols carved on the shells had similarities to the late 2nd millennium BCE oracle bone script.[4] Others have dismissed this claim as insufficiently substantiated, claiming that simple geometric designs such as those found on the Jiahu shells cannot be linked to early writing.[5]


    Jiahu (Chinese: 賈湖; pinyin: Jiǎhú) was the site of a Neolithic settlement based in the central plain of ancient China, near the Yellow River. It is located between the floodplains of the Ni River to the north, and the Sha River to the south, 22 km (14 mi) north of the modern city of Wuyang, Henan Province.[1] Most archaeologists consider the site to be one of the earliest examples of the Peiligang culture. Settled around 7000 BC, the site was later flooded and abandoned around 5700 BC. The settlement was surrounded by a moat and covered a relatively large area of 55,000 square meters (5.5 hectare). At one time, it was "a complex, highly organized Chinese Neolithic society,"[1] home to at least 250 people and                                 perhaps as many as 800.





The important discoveries of the Jiahu archaeological site include the Jiahu symbols, one of the world's earliest examples in the history of writing, carved into tortoise shells and bones; the thirty-three Jiahu flutes carved from the wing bones of cranes, believed to be among the oldest playable musical instruments in the world; and evidence of wine fermented from rice, honey and hawthorn leaves.

But if that eye on that oracle bone (and other symbol, let's trust they're on that bone as well) is really from 7th millenium BC, then chinese writing system was not invented by Cangjie. Kanji are not from Cangjie, who would believe it.
    Cangjie has probably reformed writing system existing before him, just as Bopomofo was based on Zhang Binglin's shorthand. And what that shorthand is based upon? who knows


    Another group of early symbols, which many have compared to Chinese characters, are the Banpo symbols from sites like Banpo, just east of Xi'an in Shaanxi dating from the 5th millennium BCE,[e]



And nearby, at Jiangzhai, in Lintong District, from the early 4th millennium BCE.


But those're probably roots of some other, later, probably even syllabary writing system, because it doesn't look like chinese, but some of them look like symbols from Dispilio tablet:



    which is carbon 14-dated to 5202 (± 123) BC.[1] But It was discovered in 1993 which means after nuclear test, which makes radiocarbon chronometry somewhat less reliable.
    Here's what I'm talking about:

Before Present (BP) years is a time scale used mainly in geology and other scientific disciplines to specify when events occurred in the past. Because the "present" time changes, standard practice is to use 1 January 1950 as the commencement date of the age scale, reflecting the origin of practical radiocarbon dating in the 1950s. The abbreviation "BP" has alternatively been interpreted as "Before Physics";[1] that is, before nuclear weapons testing artificially altered the proportion of the carbon isotopes in the atmosphere, making dating after that time likely to be unreliable.[2][3]

But there's something else we cannot trust and it is pictures from the internet:
The image above reproduces symbols from another picture, and not all of them are from dispilio tablet:


Dispilio is the only excavated Neolithic lakeside settlement in Greece. Archaeological research provided evidence that the site was continuously used from the Early Neolithic (~6000 BC) to the Late Chalcolithic period (~1200 BC, Mycenaean period). During several archaeological campaigns, a portion of the settlement has been excavated that enabled a sufficient understanding of the architectural layout of homes, the building materials, and the organization of space, while the finds (fragments of pottery, stone and bone tools, anthropomorphic and zoomorphic clay figurines, miniature representations of objects also on clay, animal and fish bones, charred cereal grains, and other fruits) provided information on the everyday lives of the Neolithic inhabitants. A series of charcoal and wood samples, originating mostly from the Middle and Late Neolithic layers of the site, were radiocarbon dated and their dates range from ~5470 to 4850 BC. The most unexpected of the finds, a wooden tablet from the lake bearing engraved symbols, was 14C dated to 5260 ± 40 BC. In addition, clay tablets and pottery vessels engraved with similar symbols were also unearthed from layers dated to the same period. If this proves to be a primary source of written communication, the history of writing should be reconsidered and Neolithic societies should not be considered “societies without writing.”


    I spoke about linear A & linear B, but I haven't shown them to you. Since I speak about all the writing systems, whether I know about them or not, and they just mention linearA in the previous image, and I met several rare signs similar to chinese ones, I will begin with linearB, because it's decyphered:






















    Linear B was used by ancient greeks before they began using alphabet. But here comes the wild part: before those cultures lie Greek Dark Ages, where they became illiterate for a couple of centuries, of which most of us have no idea. It seems there were several times when civilization collapsed. This time, so they say, it was caused by invention of iron, which made it possible for a low class citizens to afford arms. It seems they simply slaughtered everybody who could read it.

    Before linear B was linear A, yet undeciphered, but using similar symbols linear B used, I don't know this field at all, you research it yourself if you care.

    I just put these scripts together:
    On the left is linear A, more ancient, on the right is linear B, a less ancient one:








Those signs of trees or branches they've shown on "samples of Linear A signs;" I don't see them neither on these, nor or the following examples of Linear A.




 






















 



   
But I cannot see those spikelets,

So it seems to me that other image, the figure 6
which numbered columns of signs into A B & C  was false, but it still doesn't make the previous one true. Let's see on that log closer:





     I still cannot say much about this, let's just be aware of the fact that such an artifact exists, dated to over 7000 years ago, but it was dated AP (after present) — but this term is unknown, wiki only knows Before Present (before 1950)



This dispilio tablet is sometimes referred to Vinca writings,
I guess it's time to look at those other Vinca writings:



The Vinča symbols, sometimes called the Danube script, Vinča signs, Vinča script, Vinča–Turdaș script, Old European script, etc., are a set of symbols found on Neolithic era (6th to 5th millennia BC) artifacts from the Vinča culture of Central Europe and Southeastern Europe.[1] Most historians agree that those symbols are not a writing system, but some kind of private symbols or ornaments. Minority of historians claim that this is the earliest known writing system that have influenced other early writing systems.[2]

   







    Those historians could be speaking of different types of Vinca drawings. The one named Tartaria is definitely a writing.
The others quite could be the ornaments.






    Now, here's the spikelets and bodies of animals, and it means that's the writings I wanted to compare to that misterious chinese writing system:



Пиктограммы на гончарных изделиях из Баньпо







 One hundred and thirteen pieces of carved signs were unearthed, dividing into 22 kinds. The carved signs mainly used for keeping records and they carried the nature of written language. They are embryonic form of Chinese character.Archaeologists believe that early writings did exist in Banpo. Engraved symbols could be classified into 27 categories. They were believed to be the earliest mode of writing, even earlier than oracles of Shang Dynasty.

I haven't found where the left collection came from, but the signs on smithereens look suspiciously european.
And this bowl with supposedly linear A look suspiciously chinese:
 
or maybe someone chinese made the copy
   
    where is the original artefact I wonder, 

        why do they always feed me these
            academic graphs..

        I couldn't even find the artifact with         this writing.

 and what sign about the sign I don't see on other linearA's but 3 times on this one?

    ah, no, I can see something similar on the other two..
    I have a strong intention to edid all the writing system I don't know much about out of this book, but I decided to leave them. First, because I'm going to edit this book as you read it, so if you want a better version return in a couple of years. Second, because they said "whoever evades risk of being rediculous, doesn't have a chance of becoming great" who said? I didn't manage to find this quote; was it inspirobot?
   
    Suddenly I found that jar. But why almost nobody else in the field uses this image!



Before linear A that region used cretan hieroglyphs, undeciphered:






   







here's another example of something chinese,
I didn't research it, so just a copy-paste:

As the Banpo symbols were discovered fairly early (1954–57)[12] and are relatively numerous (with 22 different symbols on 113 sherds),[13] these have been the focus of the most attention.

Eleven characters found at Dinggong
          in Shandong, China on a pottery shard, Longshan cultureThe Chengziya site in Longshan, Shandong has produced fragments of inscribed bones presumably used to divine the future, dating to 2500–1900 BC, and symbols on pottery vessels from Dinggong are thought by some scholars to be an early form of writing. Again, this is controversial. Symbols of a similar nature have also been found on pottery shards from the Liangzhu culture of the lower Yangtze valley.


    And another one:

The Dongba, Tomba or Tompa symbols are a system of pictographic glyphs used by the ²dto¹mba (Bon priests) of the Naxi people in southern China. In the Naxi language it is called ²ss ³dgyu 'wood records' or ²lv ³dgyu 'stone records'.[1] "They were developed in approximately the seventh century."[2] The glyphs may be used as rebuses for abstract words which do not have glyphs. Dongba is largely a mnemonic system, and cannot by itself represent the Naxi language; different authors may use the same glyphs with different meanings, and it may be supplemented with the geba syllabary for clarification.





























  

  

Sometimes Dongba is accompanied with Geba syllabary.

Geba is a syllabic script for the Naxi language. It is called ¹Ggo¹baw in Naxi, adapted as Geba, 哥巴, in Chinese. Some glyphs resemble the Yi script, and some appear to be adaptations of Chinese characters. Geba is only used to transcribe mantras, and there are few texts, though it is sometimes used to annotate dongba pictographs.






And I was thinking that understanding chinese would be difficult without AI on my side, now imagine getting all of these, so if I figure some interesting stuff out, imagine what I will see with all human civilization uploaded in my extra cortex.























But this field reaches another one:




Where I found it it was told:

百家姓图腾
所谓图腾,是产生在母氏族社会时期。当时的人们无力对抗自然的严酷考验,而把某种动物、植物或非生物等当作自己的亲属、祖先或保 护神,相信他们有一种超自然力,会保护自己,还可以获得他们的力量与技能。因此,把图腾当作崇拜的对象,并以图腾名称作为族群名 称,用同一图腾来统一族群的成员。为了子孙与其他族群区隔,便以图腾做为家族的微章,甚至以图腾为姓氏,并把图腾绘制、调刻在建 筑或器物上,做为辨识族群的记号。

Which google translated as:

Hundred family name totems.

The so-called totem is produced during the period of the mother clan society. People at that time could not cope with the harsh test of nature, and regarded certain animals, plants or non-livings as their relatives, ancestors or protectors. I believe that they have a supernatural power that will protect themselves and gain their strength and skill. Therefore, the totem is regarded as the object of worship, and the name of the totem is used as the name of the group, and the same totem is used to unify the members of the group. In order to distinguish the descendants from other ethnic groups, the totem is used as the family's micro-chapter, and even the totem is used as the surname, and the totem is drawn and engraved on the building or artifact as a symbol for identifying the ethnic group.

This field relates to what they say about Komi writings. Tamga signs and stuff. Doesn't this word remind Dongba (aka Tomba) to you? It probably does. But is it the same concept, the same word? Probably not, but how can we reject a posibility of this completely, I don't think we should.






And what is this? I think it shows that chinese characters and these geba or tomga could if not originate from one another, whether influence each other or be influenced by some other cultural phenomena.

These Geba & Tomba are really hard to find. I have some bilingua with chinese. I still cannot find the dictionary of any of them in image, I will search for dictionary not in image, but in other formats.. but instead I just googled for it in chinese, and when I found few images, I reverse-searched to find some more. I recommend you reverse-search images which caught your interest. But seriously, how dare I be using other people's images and in such plethora!? Internets changed the world. It will be silly and humiliating to stick to old rules, I feel obliged to find the new rules, I belive everybody will profit from this new attitude and manner of behaviour: I get free images and they get free promotion. Was it so hard to figure it out before they destroyed their own music industry trying to fight with pirates! And they did so on the very apex of music industry! They didn't know of dematerialization as business model. Probably it wasn't invented then yet.

Me, I'm just collecting images I wanna research later, maybe next time I update I will be knowing something new about them. Now I only can predict that they will find writing system of New Zealand when they discover that wall of the ancients and many more settlements. I've travelled all the world and I found some basic elements (three vowels, three mothers, three dice, etc) but I haven't seen the basic structures laying in plain sight. Or will I discover it from what I already know and I will be ashamed of myself not seeing it earlier so I don't blame humans unable to see what I've already discovered. If you are enjoying this book, you're a special kind of people, the true one, one of those who justify existence of the specie. Not empowered animal, but actually the maker of another level to this life. You take large tasks 'cause you'll probably succeed. Look what I've taken and I deliver, another projects of mine also move on. Get motivated, I know that only few percents of people understand what I'm talking of, few percents of the speaking the language, and maybe 1% gets it right.

Or maybe in this comics of Naxi I will meet the essence of chinese characters and the very mythical labial and lingual, because I expect much of chinesse: they conservated words on the most ancient level, when each word was a syllable (each chinese hieroglyph, even when dyphthong, is just one syllable) egyptian hieroglyphs don't deliver like this. And egyptian hieroglyphs have syllabic and alphabetic structures invented already, chinese don't. And now I found Jiahu symbols looking like chinese hieroglyphics in China. Of course theoretically they could be fake (even though they were accepted but no matter how hated, still respected scientific community (they can ignore the true thing, I still doubt they would embrace a forgery) So I expect much more artefacts from the chinese region and NZ.

Back to normal languages, greek ἕνωσις has ε sounding pretty much like arabic ه (arabic ه stands at the position of ε) – my teacher of Greek told me that those '` at the top of ε – at least one of them is Ͱ, a half of H, even though H is taught to be vowel. But here's what I found:





> An archaic inscription from Thera, displaying H both in consonantal function (line 2: "ΚΗ" = χ in "Ἀρχαγέτας") and as a vowel (line 3: "Πρόκλης")

And the following image shows that only Ionic dialect considered H vowel, all the others considered it consonant, what AEIOY structure dictates.

Okay, few words of greek dialects. First of all what bugs me the most about it is san looking too much like mu. Of course we have I & l looking even more alike, but I still don't think it's an accident, double l is short I in Mallorca and papillon. So what's the reason between M & S being so much similar. I'm pretty sure I recently saw somewhere else M being like S, but I forgot of archaic greek to compare.

The other thing is some iotas looking like some sigmas. It's s again, and I reflects M in k-symmetry. Though I'm not sure it relates.

San and Mu in phoenician also similar like mirror reflections.

X is ks, as in latin only in Euboea whatever it is, could be close to Rome, but map on wiki gives me the opposite:



That Evia is really weird, they're the only ones who use for Kh exactly the two signs their neighbours use for Ps.

Then again how can we trust these tables? I used to ignore them completely trusting only the artefacts. But I've drown quite a several of them myself. I say the true one match into the structures, the fake ones will keep on having unanswered questions until they're ignored and structure is seen without them, when they will be put into a curiousities chests. I doubt I can trust these tables completely, because look at sampi — I was taught that this letter was not used as s, but it was there for counting, then why others don't have them, if to count with alphabet you have to have 27 letters, and where's Ionic digamma, if it was there when sampi was there. Then there'd be 27, and what about others? did they use some numbering system alike to Roman & Etruscan? Give us the etruscan numbers:




Magyar runes, of course, how could I forget.



I realize here I don't have much to tell about hungarian runes. They look relative to normanic runes more than to greek even though their first letter A reminds mediteranean A almost completely, being in between of A & a.  I was looking for forms of letter a without that upper swash, and found a cursive form where a looks like g or q. I remeber O reflecting G and e reflecting q in k-symmetry. I will research hungarian hunes and will return to this fascinatingly interesting topic.

But for now let me count all the similarities I see: first I though ly is an unique letter, but I found similar sign for also lingual дж or ж in perm alphabet. But wow! Hungarian runes also have even more similar to permic ж both graphically and phonetically: see z & dz on the image below. and only z on other images around.







    And here I compare hungarian runes
            to runes of more northern Europe:   

some more on hungarian (magyar) runes:

that's it on them for now
  

Here's an egyptian document, not only promoting cannabis among other medicinal plants, but also using numerals to numerate pages:






It is Ebers papyrus and I'm so tired of hearing that egyptian language is dead, because it's never died no matter how hard various peoples tried to kill it, it still exists known as koptic language (kemet kopt egypt are all the very same word: 𓏘𓅓𓏏)

𓏘 is an interesting letter, especially because runic ᚲ stands for the same concept, an anГLe. and is also Г.

More about egyptian numerals:

egyptian numerals

Under this line I will keep some really raw hypotheses, they're even more probably wrong, or they just stand alone, let them hang along.

SPQR — just as AEIOU has nationalistic backronym, this one could also be taken wrong. It could be an appept to rearrange the fourth line (just as they did with the third in prehistoric period and sometimes with the second one in historic) or it tells that s is an invariant of o: σ (minuscle s in modern greek and there's something interesting about minuscle: they teach that it appeared only in medieval times, but them they usually omit mentioning roman cursive — and it contains some ancient correlations: bd pq or did it appear later by our rationalization of the script. Could we be conciously (then conspiring) or unconciously (then neurophysiologists must research it) crystallizing structures in alphabets?: latin alphabet has the velar column, and not any other does too. neither phoenician nor ugaritic have velar column, and though ugaritic is more ancient than phoenician, and though it follows those structures not worse than phoenician — or should I say hebrew? let's speak in modern terms, they use the same alphabet only graphemes are different, but we don't look at forms of letters now, we speak of the bigger structure. Why do I say "we"? They teach us to use we instead of I in scientific works. Also Voltaire said: "You must have Devil in you to succeed in any of arts" )
    What writing system I omitted? Cunieform has many variants, and I only looked at the alphabetic one. But as soon it's sometimes not simple to see straight border between syllabaries (abugidas included, I'm not going to use this word any more, I don't find it pretty, we have to teach africans harmony, after all they taught us so much of rhythm. Or will they have different feel of harmony, as their tastes in other sings differ from ours) and alphabets. Especially because it comes through transitionary form of Iberian writings. But Iberian are not lonely in their combining of alphabet & syllabary. They also combine syllables in 3 groups modern european consonants are combined (labial, velar, coronal — blue, yolden, green, as I mark them sometimes) aEgyptian is also like this, and it adds hieroglyphs too, being universal form of writing systems, the center of all the science as it used to be. destroyed by savages of all kinds. But egyptian syllables are not seen as syllabary, they were just random signs for random sound clasters, but all are in one syllable. You know who else have signs for random sound clasters and all are one syllable? Chinese do!
egyptian 𓀀 looks pretty much like chinese 我 in reverse (which also makes sense, because egyptian letters look at the beginning of the text, and chinese wrote in columns beginning at the right side of the page. And these two hieroglyphs stand for the same thing (I, me. chinese wo as singlular form of we? one of forms of the same word is literally 𓅱𓀀 [w] or [wj] as they say)

But first let's research cunieform, I saw some two similar forms of it, they were similar to iberian syllabaries: on the left is akkadian, on the right is hittite:

  


I have no idea how did they figured out ce from ci, I suppose different authors researched different writing systems and transliterated them differently, or was there any scientific underlying udner it, they never tell. I took it ancientscripts.com, it's very nice of them to combine all the writings together, but they don't give their sources.

hittite writing system is told to be borrowed from akkadian, and both had more signs. It's believed that hittite borrowed 375 cuneiform signs and here we only see 83, the other were syllables and ideograms. Very much like in egyptian, thus these writing systems are not only geographically neighbouring,
and I must notice that this research becomes very cuneilinguistic so I know now what those strokes symbolize, each black comma is commer of flesh, what does it tell of what 4 witches can do if 𒀭 stands for goddess. Or more commonly deity, but goddess first, as I said before, it began with mothers, whom we all deify, and neither chrystianity nor other patriarchal traditions change this natural admiration. Christianity actually contains a riddle about Mother: first there was a word and god had that word, and god was that word. But now I searched for it, and I see not Anna, but some male deity, Anu or An, and instead of Anna I can only see Antu an Inanna. I definitely bite more than I can chew here, so please ignore it or make your own research if you care. 𒀯 stands for a star, so
𒀭 could be a general term for divine (don't mistake with 𒄬 standing for "divide" and I'm not making this up, but most likely it's a coincidence) and you see that sign for "an" in the tables above,  it's simplified 𒀭 and the following image speaks of An and tells that Mother Earth and Father Sky:

It's been over three years since I set the question of the order of Egyptian hieroglyphs egyptologists used in the XIX century. And I still have not a clue, but since the lineal scheme is known among occultists, so I think the egyptian canon is hidden in some masonic books, since masons used egyptian symbolism, I suppose many of egyptologists were masons themselves.

I knew this book will be full of secrets, no wonder some of those secrets are still secret even to me.

Have I noticed that even relates to eve and odd relates to adam, since even numbers are considered to be female, while odd numbers are male ones? It won't hurt to repeat this marvelous conicidence.

Have I noticed that evil relates to eve and devil relates to deva? 666 is even, but 15 is not. Is it because these numbers are of later origin? Is it because there were 15 runes in Bureus's book? Is it why there were 15 republics in the land of the pentagram fanciers?

Egyptians had over a 1000 signs. And here they are, the way they're given at wiki:


Uniliteral signs
Sign Traditional transliteration Phonetic values per Allen (2000)
Hieroglpyh Sign Colour Depiction Transcription Say Notes Old Egyptian Middle Egyptian
A
𓄿 --- Egyptian vulture (3) a Called alef or hamza,
a glottal stop
/l/ or /ɾ/ Silent, /j/, and /ʔ/
i
𓇋 Green Flowering reed ı͗ i/a Called yod an initial or final vowel;
sometimes /j/
i i
𓇌 Green Pair of reeds y y Called yod or y No record /j/
y
𓏭 Blue Pair of strokes
or river (?)
a
𓂝 Red Forearm (ʾ) long a Called ayin ?[13] /ʕ/;
/d/ perhaps retained in
some words and dialects
w
or
W
𓅱 𓏲 Yellow quail chick or its
hieratic abbreviation
w w/u Called waw
/w/ ~ /u/
b
𓃀 Red Lower leg b b   /b/ ~ /β/
p
𓊪 Green Reed mat or stool p p   aspirated /pʰ/
f
𓆑 Yellow horned viper f f   /f/
m
𓅓 Yellow owl m m   /m/
n
𓈖 Blue ripple of water n n   /n/ /n/, sometimes /l/
r
𓂋 Red Human mouth r r   /l/ or /ɾ/ /ɾ/, sometimes /l/
(always /l/ in some dialects)
h
𓉔 Blue reed shelter h h   /h/
H
𓎛 Green twisted wick h An emphatic h,
a voiceless pharyngeal fricative
/ħ/
x
𓐍 Green Sieve or placenta kh
a voiceless velar fricative
/x/
X
𓄡 --- Animal belly and tail kh A softer sound,
a voiceless palatal fricative
/ç/
s
𓋴 Red folded cloth s s Old Egyptian sound for
"door bolt" is unknown,
but perhaps was z or th
/s/ /s/
z
𓊃 Red door bolt /z/
S
or
N38
or
N39
𓈙 𓈛 𓈜 Blue Garden pool š sh   /ʃ/
q
𓈎 Blue Hill slope or q k An emphatic k,
a voiceless uvular plosive
ejective /qʼ/
k
𓎡 Green Basket with handle k k   aspirated /kʰ/
in some words, palatalized /kʲ/
g
𓎼 Red jar stand g g   ejective /kʼ/
t
𓏏 Blue bread loaf t t   aspirated /tʰ/
T
𓍿 Green tethering rope or hobble or tj ch As in English church palatalized /tʲ/ or /t͡ʃ/
d
𓂧 Red hand d d   ejective /tʼ/
D
𓆓 Yellow Cobra or dj j As in English judge ejective /tʲʼ/ or /t͡ʃʼ/

Gardiner[14] lists several variations:

Uniliteral signs
Sign Traditional transliteration Notes
V33
𓎤 Bag of linen g Appears in a few older words
Aa15
𓐝 Possibly a finger m Originally biliteral ı͗m
S3
𓋔 crown of Lower Egypt (the Deshret) n Originally ideogram nt for 'crown of Lower Egypt'
U33
𓍘 Pestle t Originally biliteral tı͗

Egyptian Biliteral Hieroglyphs

w b p m n r z s q k t d



𓄫
ꜣw
F40
𓍋
ꜣb
U23





𓅜𓇇
ꜣḫ
G25 M15

𓊨𓄼
ꜣs
Q1 F51c









𓂻𓃛
ỉw
D54 E9
𓃙𓄣
ỉb
E8 F34

𓐛𓏶
ỉm
Aa13 Z11
𓀟𓆛𓏌𓏎
ỉn
A27 K1 W24 W25
𓀹𓁹
ỉr
A48 D4
𓌤
ỉḥ
T24

𓇩
ỉz
M40


𓀗
ỉk
A19
𓆊
ỉt
I3
𓎁
ỉṯ
V15


𓉻
ꜥꜣ
O29



𓄏
ꜥb
F16




𓌤
ꜥḥ
T24



𓅧
ꜥq
G35




𓆝𓎙𓎚
ꜥḏ
K3 V26 V27
w 𓍯
wꜣ
V4

𓌡
wꜥ
T21


𓄋
wp
F13

𓃹𓇬
wn
E34 M42
𓅨
wr
G36



𓄼𓊨𓊩
ws
F51c Q1 Q2





𓇅𓎗𓎘
wḏ
M13 V24 V25
b 𓅡𓎺𓎻
bꜣ
G29 W10 W10a








𓄑
bḥ
F18









p 𓅮𓅯
pꜣ
G40 G41







𓉐
pr
O1
𓄖
pḥ
F22







𓂾
pd
D56
𓌒
pḏ
T9
m 𓌳
mꜣ
U1
𓂝𓂟𓈘𓏇
mỉ
D36 D38 N36 W19

𓈗
mw
N35a


𓅔
mm
G18
𓌇𓏠
mn
T1 Y5
𓈘𓉕𓌸𓍋
mr
N36 O5 U6 U23
𓎔
mḥ
V22


𓄟
ms
F31


𓂸𓅐
mt
D52 G14

𓌃
md
S43

n
𓂜𓂢
nỉ
D35 D41

𓍇𓏌
nw
U19 W24
𓎟
nb
V30

𓉕𓌰𓌱
nm
O5 T34 T35
𓇒
nn
M22a
𓆂
nr
H4
𓅘
nḥ
G21


𓄓
ns
F20





𓐩
nḏ
Aa27
r


𓃭
rw
E23








𓌘
rs
T13






h



𓍁
hb
U13














𓇉
ḥꜣ
M16


𓄑
ḥw
F18

𓐑
ḥp
Aa5
𓈟𓍛
ḥm
N42 U36
𓆰𓌼𓎨
ḥn
M2 U8 V36
𓁷𓈐
ḥr
D2 N31


𓎿
ḥz
W14






𓌉𓌋
ḥḏ
T3 T4
𓆩𓆼
ḫꜣ
L6 M12

𓈍
ḫꜥ
N28
𓂤
ḫw
D43


𓋉
ḫm
R22








𓆱
ḫt
M3



𓆞
ẖꜣ
K4






𓂙𓄚
ẖn
D33 F26
𓌨
ẖr
T28










z 𓅭𓎂𓎃
zꜣ
G39 V16 V17




𓊗
zp
O50













s 𓐟𓐠
sꜣ
Aa17 Aa18


𓇓
sw
M23



𓌢
sn
T22






𓎝
sk
V29
𓄝𓊨
st
F29 Q1
𓋫
sṯ
S22

𓏴
sḏ
Z9
š 𓆆𓆷
šꜣ
H7 M8


𓆄
šw
H6


𓈝
šm
N40
𓍢𓍲
šn
V1 V7




𓍱
šs
V6




𓄞
šd
F30

q






𓐖
qn
Aa8




𓌟
qs
T19




𓐪
qd
Aa28

k 𓂓
kꜣ
D28




𓊶
kp
R5
𓆎
km
I6












g



𓅬
gb
G38

𓅠
gm
G28





𓐛𓐞
gs
Aa13 Aa16






t 𓇾𓇿𓍔
tꜣ
N16 N17 U30
𓍘
tỉ
U33



𓁶𓌐
tp
D1 T8
𓍃
tm
U15

𓆵
tr
M6










𓅷
ṯꜣ
G47


















d
𓂞𓏙
dỉ
D37 X8

















𓍑𓍒
ḏꜣ
U28 U29
𓏙
ḏỉ
X8

𓈋
ḏw
N26
𓅙
ḏb
G22



𓇥
ḏr
M36








𓊽
ḏd
R11
𓆕
ḏḏ
I11

The following is a list of Egyptian hieroglyphs with triconsonantal phonetic value. see, they even here use this "consonantal alphabet" false concept. I was asked yesterday "why are they insisting on this idea if it's wrong?" — I could only say "they don't even make real effort to rationalize, they just repeat it as parrots". But only part of modern linguistic ideas are wrong, this decyphering of egyptian writing system could be actually accurate. At least they figured out ugaritic alphabet right, according to the fact that it's abecedary follows both axial and lineal structures not worse that alphabets that are currently in use, so you don't have to decypher them. Biliteral was not named biconsonant after all, so there's still hope.


Gardiner Unicode
Transl. Description Notes
O28
O28 U+1327A 𓉺 iwn

F44
F44 U+1312F 𓄯 isw, swt bone with meat isꜣ "reward"; iw' "thigh bone", iw "heir, inheritance, ancestry". Also, tibia, swt.
S39
S39 U+132FF 𓋿 ꜥwt

Aa20
Aa20 U+13422 𓐢 ꜥpr

S34
S34 U+132F9 𓋹 ꜥnḫ ankh symbol Tril. ꜥnḫ, ideogram for "life", "live"
P6



'h_'


aSA



ꜥšꜣ


wAH



wꜣẖ


wAs



wꜣs


wAD



wꜣḏ


wab



wꜥb


wHm



wẖm


wsr



wsr


mAa



m3ꜥ


nbw




nbw



nfr



nfr


nTr



nṯr


rwD



rwḏ


HqA



ẖqꜣ


Htp



ẖtp


xpr



ḫpr


xnt



ḫnt


xrp




ḫrp



xrw




ḫrw



xsf



ḫsf


Xnm



ḥnm


sbA



sbꜣ


spr



spr


zmA



zmꜣ


S29



snb


snD



snḏ


sSm



sšm


stp



stp


sDm



sḏm


Sps



šps


Sma



šmꜥ


Sms



šms


grg



grg


DbA



ḏbꜣ



    You may think it's not very nice to just copy these tables from wikipedia, but I actually participated in writing the table of triliterals (actually, I only arranged the rest of them in the table from the list being already there) so wth

also surfing through the history of the page I found a wider collecion of trilaterals:

Triliteral signs
Images
Unicode
M1

???
iwn

iwn
isw

isw
awt

ˁwt
apr

ˁpr
anx

ˁnḫ
P6

'h_'
aSA

ˁš3
wAH

w3ẖ
wAs

w3s

𓆭
???
𓉺
iwn
𓄯
isw
𓋿
ˁwt
𓐢
ˁpr
𓋹
ˁnḫ
𓊢
'h_'
𓆈
ˁš3
𓎝
w3ẖ
𓌀
w3s
wAD

w3ḏ
wab

wˁb
P4

???
wHm

wẖm
wsr

wsr
N9

???
mAa

m3ˁ
nbw

nbw
nfr

nfr
nTr

nṯr
𓇅
w3ḏ
𓃂
wˁb
𓊠
???
𓄙
wẖm
𓄊
wsr
𓇷
???
𓐙
m3ˁ
𓋞
nbw
𓄤
nfr
𓊹
nṯr
M29

ndjr
rwD

rwḏ
HqA

ẖq3
Htp

ẖtp
xpr

ḫpr
xnt

ḫnt
xrp

ḫrp
xrw

ḫrw
xsf

ḫsf
Xnm

ḥnm
𓇛
ndjr
𓌗
rwḏ
𓋾
ẖq3
𓊵
ẖtp
𓆣
ḫpr
𓏃
ḫnt
𓌂
ḫrp
𓊤
ḫrw
𓍙
ḫsf
𓎸
ḥnm
Z9

???
T11

???
sbA

sb3
spr

spr
M44

???
zmA

zm3
S29

snb
(S29)
snD

snḏ
T32

???
sSm

sšm
𓏴
???
𓌕
???
𓇼
sb3
𓄭
spr
𓇮
???
𓄥
zm3
𓋴
snb
(S29)
𓅾
snḏ
𓌬
???
𓌫
sšm
stp

stp
sDm

sḏm
Sps

šps
Sma

šmˁ
Sms

šms
O42

???
grg

grg
DbA

ḏb3


𓍉
stp
𓄔
sḏm
𓀻
šps
𓇗
šmˁ
𓌞
šms
𓊏
???
𓍅
grg
𓌥
ḏb3



    So this biliteral & triliteral signs make egyptian writing system reminds rebus. with signs deriving from some ideograms, the same way we use objects to encode phonetic values of some completely other word. And ideograms are used not for completely other, but for the same words. and there're like 4 times more of them than of these phonetic signs, but we don't work with them yet, for we compare only phonetic writing systems for now on. Maybe one day I will put together egyptian, chinese & mayan hieroglyphics, but this book also has its limits, so for now it doesn't take you there, but you're free to try it. I can only see that.

    And what we figured out here is that paleohispanic (iberian) writing systems do not derive neither from cuneiform we know of nor from egyptian hieroglyphics.

    Speaking of cuneiforms, and to close this topic for awhile, here's the mother cuneiform, the sumerian cuneiform, just few signs out of over a thousand of them:
    and to illustrate, here's a writing from around         3000 BCE:   
                       

and from around 2400 BCE


But suddenly I think of another syllabary, and that syllabary is even closer to Spain both geographically and chronologically. I'm speaking of so called Linear B:


And it is closer to palehispanic in the sense that it also uses the same 5 vowels, but the syllabary is much more numerous.


But let's compare them to Iberian writing systems anyway:

                                                       
              

Do you think much in common? I do not. And I know I should have stopped long time ago, but I just can't get enough. I do want to include all the phonetic writing systems in this book. So let's move on:

Lydian alphabet:


Modern dogma tells that it derived from archaic greek, but it all comes from Herodotus and Greatsy Jewish Culture trying to shove their narrative of being the most ancient nation on the planet, which would be flattering in the case of their myths, when people come from god and keep on degrading ever since. Is it one of the reasons why they promote degeneracy and try to undermine civilization? Because this stand cannot be flattering in the world where we all come from apes, and their savage traditions show it: sex with minors may have its advantages (people are motivated to create families instead of learning how to masturbate watching the most degerate form of debauchery) But in the same sense cannibalism used to solve africa's hunger problem, but this tradition is still degenerate nevertheless. But writings in Lydian are reported to exist in the layers of 5th century BCE, and coins with Lydian on them are reported to be dated back to 8th century BCE — exactly when Greek is believed to acquire its alphabet. But then again Lydian IS a dialect of greek. Is it not? No, it is not. Lydians adopted Greek in the 1st century BC, and before that they spoke some indo-european but still a different language.
    If the given table of Lydian is correct, it doesn't arrange into the axyal structure, which can be an evidence that it is not. But I still haven't seen Lydian abecedary as a genuine artifact, so let's move on.






    But I brought Lydian here to compare several symbols of lydian to iberian. e is the same and in southeastern iberian pe/be is similar, and vav is in the second row, the e-row. ke is the same as in lydian. and again on the south, both south this time.







  























Notice that nonsyllabary letters are likely borrowed from neighbouring cultures: L is like in normanic runes, n is like in phoenician, R is like q which is reversed p as R is in greek. s is like ks in greek, s' is like san in archaic greek and in.. R is exactly q in phoenician (phoenician goes from right to left)

Northeastern iberian M (those tables tell that only northeasterns had M among iberians, and that they had two of them) looks exactly like ᛠ, anglo-saxon rune for ea. other form of it is V, which makes more sense, because both are labial, but the table above tells that in iberian scripts M looked like y Y T and something like ᛈ which is p in anglo-saxon & elder. T would explain why m is t in russian, but here it's clear, T is what ᛠ looks in practice.







Lydia is in Turkey, both are Mediterranean, but it's all across the Mediterranea. 

But then let's compare iberian to hungarian too, because a's are the same.
Hungarian is on the left, on the right I compare them with normanic.
(I post it again not because I smoke more weed than I need to (I do) but because I need this to be near.


Once again T (this time in form of D) compete with U. U in hungarian, D in norman

  


 But let's give word to those who think Iberian comes from Greek or Phoenician:


    As you can see, it indeed has many similarities, but once again I claim that development happened otherwise, from Spain to Greece, simply because who would need to take an elegant alphabet system and to turn it into a clumsy syllabary. As an engineer I say it didn't happen. But they're correct that some signs of those writing systems are very similar, but that could be case of Russain & English alphabets, with Greek standing between them, so I say "dig deeper, colleagues".

    But looking for writing systems that combine alphabetic & syllabary features, I found that the closest to Iberian (of all I know) is Old-Persian cuneiform:



k- x- g- c- ç- j- t- θ- d- p- f- b- n- m- y- v- r- l- s- z- š- h-
-(a) 𐎠 𐎣 𐎧 𐎥 𐎨 𐏂 𐎩 𐎫 𐎰 𐎭 𐎱 𐎳 𐎲 𐎴 𐎶 𐎹 𐎺 𐎼 𐎾 𐎿 𐏀 𐏁 𐏃
-i 𐎡 𐎪 𐎮 𐎷 𐎻
-u 𐎢 𐎤 𐎦 𐎬 𐎯 𐎵 𐎸 𐎽

Though it has only 3 vowels, which makes us want to compare it to south-eastern syllabaries, It is really close to Iberian in regard to only k,g, t,d, m,v + j, n, r being syllabary, the rest are to act as letters of so called "consonant alphabets" do (I explained before why I consider this term false, but it still exists, so I use it) and though b&p don't differ into syllables, as Iberians have them, two other labial letters take this role. It could indicate that the systems are not directly related, or it can be due to the dialectic differences in pronunciations.

Their graphic differences shouldn't bother us too much, because georgian alphabet is graphically very unique, but structurally it shows following the same structures.

    Why I focus on Iberian writings:
1. five vowels and syllabary of 3 consonants remind alphabetic structure of vowels, labials, velars, coronal:

           
           

           

I see more common between iberian & normanic runes than between iberian and greek. I see here the birth of alphabet from the foam of syllabary. It also explains why latin alphabet has so many k's (c, k, q, and g is born from c, and x could be ks)
    I notice u in the northeast iberian being the same sign as pi/bi in southern ones, so I identify that pi/bi as V. and it's another case of V standing for T (that very sign is T in normanic runes) — the others are Uracil instead of Thymine and some others I don't remember right now. V is final instead of T sometimes. and there were more, I met it in ogham before, though now I began to read it and gosh how difficult I write, it's hard for me myself to understand what I wanted to say.
    Northeastern iberian began to distinguish between voiced and voiceless, but it does it the way Normanic runes on the alphabetic stone from Bornholm do (runes used dots, Northeastern iberian brings udditional strokes, but if you research normanic runes, you'll see those dot's are sometimes strokes (because ᛂ=ᛅ=ᛄ=ᛡ=ᛆ)








Luwian writing system, reportedly existing from 1400 BC to 700 BC:





    This part of the book is the most raw, because I research as I speak, so I don't know ten words for every word I say anymore. I just found several other writing systems I've never heard about before:
on the territory of modern iran there was discovered so called Linear Elamite:


and then proto-elamite, though it's not proven that one came from another:


    I could be wrong about place of birth of the alphabet is in New Zealand (unless excavations of those monolyth structures shows some proto abecedaries)
     Because I found two simplest structures in Old Spain & in Old Persia


k- x- g- c- ç- j- t- θ- d- p- f- b- n- m- y- v- r- l- s- z- š- h-
-(a) 𐎠 𐎣 𐎧 𐎥 𐎨 𐏂 𐎩 𐎫 𐎰 𐎭 𐎱 𐎳 𐎲 𐎴 𐎶 𐎹 𐎺 𐎼 𐎾 𐎿 𐏀 𐏁 𐏃
-i 𐎡 𐎪 𐎮 𐎷 𐎻
-u 𐎢 𐎤 𐎦 𐎬 𐎯 𐎵 𐎸 𐎽
           
           

            I arrange these images geographically: NorthEast is at TopRight,
SouthWest is at BottomLeft,         SouthEast is at BottomRight.

    You can see that you can divide them in South of Spain & North of Spain.
North of Spain is influenced by AngloSaxons & Normans.
South of Spain is influenced by Greeks & maybe Phoenicians too.

    But Spanish writing system is more ancient than they all.

    All Spanish single letters are of 4 vowels (normans had 4 rows, hebrew (phoenicians) have 4 rows) but the Spanish vocalism was already of 5 vowels.
And though Old Persian has only 3 vowels, and thus are more primitive, Old Spain' consonants show three groups of syllables, not letters, syllables, and in this closer to Chinese hieroglyphics. I don't know much about it, but it seems they kept that anciently invented structure in whole (even though they made some reforms concerning quantity of the ready pictures. I wonder if masters may draw new hieroglyphs comprehensible to other chinese masters, for they see picture in iit.

    So chances are the motherland of alphabets is between Persia and Spain. Whenever I find the structure of 3 vowels & 3(*3) syllables. So I'm looking for a writing system of 12 signs. I heard of such, even though they were using latin alphabet for it, There can be an ancient writing system. If not in artifacts, in the structure of the set itself. so I start digging:



    See the pattern here? Also 3 main groups of consonants: and they're the same as in Iberian: PTK (BDG)
But 5 vowels, do they really destinguish i from e & o from u? I don't know the language, just leave this lead for some reader who just happen to know this, to pick it up where I leave it. Because I read "
Only the Pirahã language has been claimed to have fewer." And I heard some incredible stories about those Piraha


≈)
                                                 BCD come from syllables BaKaDa (or sometimes KPD (KBL))
Was this page to show that wiki is not the worst case scenario? I could just go wandering around guess and hypothes, building structures on ephemeral ether of air.


A I U
B M F
Г К X    If it's I & M, it's K, not G, C is both C & G, russians have a voiced velar in C spot
D Ш Z         
And russians have only these three velars in the velar column. [G] [K] [H]

Runic alphabet doesn't have 4 letters in A-row (here rows are vertical) and neither latin nor the most don't have Ш in I-row, and russian velars have only 3 letters, so it was 3 rows & 3 columns in the first alphabet. Now it's time to show another 3*3 I found in digits:
1 2 3
4 5 6
7 8 9
See how graphically this columns have similar members: 1 4 7 are all in angles, and can be drawen such a way that it's rotating or mirroring the same element.
258 all are spirals around the vertical axe. 369 are other kind of spirals.
2 & 5 reflect eachother one way, 6 & 9 reflect eachother the other way. It may all be unimportant, it's a draft part, mindflow of the guy who researched this from the very beginning, but yet not to the scratch. Please be entertained and educated. I said before that part of all scientific literature is wrong, you should keep it in mind in this part of the book especially, this is not something which crystallized into some kind of structure, it's a substrate for further research, may some of that research be performed by you.

ABC
DEF
GHI
It would give us the semi-mythical semi-syllabary. and it would follow the axial symmetry, and lineal symmetry would give two rows, used in music. with I as that flag's pole.

And it resonates with my guess of
σpqr on roman flags.
And jews still count by 9s. 

But let's apply this 3*3 to the variant of alphabet I mentioned before I came to this subject:
ABC
IMK
UFX
I chose C instead of D to represent ᚦ because abc is what the alphabet is called, because apes can't pronounce coronal sounds (and those who taught one to say "na" should have figured it out before they began that experiment) and what I didn't expect is X as the final letter, which happened, when it stood for T, so it's what it would look like if it was 3vowels, B, T. But though this alphabet follows lineal structure perfectly, it fits axial structure so poorly, that a fir of 3 triangles would be the best way to look at it.

And here I found what kind of supports my hypothesis, a form of Iberian with just 3 vowels in case of T-
  
   
    And if we draw this trend further, 3*3 was 2*2. And we have 2*2 in English:
bd
pq

these quadrant remind Canadian Aboriginal syllabics for
ka ko
ki  ke

Which is wonderful, since K is between B & D, and cough is involuntary and even though today it's associated with pushing waste out (it's actually more polite way to put it, because that other long d word you use is purely disgusting)
    In the world where nobody distinguish yet between b & c & d first phrase would definitely be "бабу бы" [ba bu bi] (gotta find a woman, as troglodite spoke it — how could these be! both are memes one is from a russian anecdote, the other is from Troglodyte by Jimmy Castor Bunch)
Then D syllabics would be female counterpart? Daddy Do! boy it blows my mind! it seems as some wicked poetry, not actually science, but it is science, raw yet living. It would be interesting to scan my brains to see where this comes frome. I didn't expect to see no daddy here, even though my daddy told me that anecdote, and I didn't expect to see babyboo as a meme in english, but these syllables seem to be so basic, that they transmit some уменьшительно-ласкательные, любовные, но в то же время и детские (возможно любовь изначально была проявлена между родителями и детьми (я про чистую духовную любовь, а не про страсть, которая более базова


    Now once again I reached the frontier of my knowledge (if we can call it that) and I keep on collecting all the ancient writing systems known to man to see if you or me can see something interesting in them.

Canadian syllabics, of course. Canadian aboriginal syllabics, not less.

so once again christians claim they gave culture to those whom they oppress.
Could this missionary itch be caused by revolutions in Europe? They should be careful those priests not to enrage sympathy to aboriginals.

Evans had been inspired by the success of Sequoyah's Cherokee syllabary after encountering problems with Latin-based alphabets, and drew on his knowledge of Devanagari and shorthand.
Cherokee syllabary is also claimed to be invented by some prophit who previously was illiterate. But it's very suspiciously, because the order of the syllabary repeated those we know in other regions: aeiouvkakekikokuhahehihohulalelilolu, plus additional syllable for additional vowel. Which were somewhat similar to ЪI
if h is an invariant of b (as in japanese for example) then this syllabary is literally kbl. But he is told to work for decades on this "invention", could he just arrange previously known symbols of aboriginals? Simply arranging them into something more similar to alphabet, could he be actually hindu? look at his outfit and complexion. You have to keep in mind that such forgeries happened in history for many times[citation needed], so this savage hypothesis has grounds. The serif forms tell that he used print forms, letters of different press sets. Some of them seem indian, which can be connected to his appearance.

And if some indians needed their writing systems, why it wasn't made by someone who knew some aboriginal writing systems (they used this trick to promote bible among savages) and there were writing systems in america before the christians, and even in northern america:

Mi'kmaq hieroglyphic writing:

Father Le Clercq, a Roman Catholic missionary on the Gaspé Peninsula in New France from 1675, claimed that he had seen some Míkmaq children 'writing' symbols on birchbark as a memory aid. This was sometimes done by pressing porcupine quills directly into the bark in the shape of symbols. Le Clercq adapted those symbols to writing prayers, developing new symbols as necessary.[citation needed]

This adapted writing system proved popular among Mi'kmaq, and was still in use in the 19th century.[citation needed] Since there is no historical or archaeological evidence of these symbols from before the arrival of this missionary, it is unclear how ancient the use of the mnemonic glyphs was. The relationship of these symbols with Mi'kmaq petroglyphs is also unclear.

Pierre Maillard, Roman Catholic priest, during the winter of 1737–38[2] perfected a system of hieroglyphics to transcribe Mi'kmaq words. He used these symbols to write formulas for the principal prayers and the responses of the faithful, in the catechism, so his followers might learn them more readily. There is no direct evidence that Maillard was aware of Le Clercq's work; in any event Maillard's work is outstanding in that he left numerous works in the language, which continued in use among the Mi'kmaq into the 20th century.

An unknown number of birch scrolls containing mi'kmaq writings were destroyed by missionaries in New England, before the writing system was adapted to aid conversion of community members to Christianity.[citation needed]

and that region, americas is maybe even more diverse in writing systems than africa:

(american writing system hyperlink is under construction)




and I keep on collecting all the ancient writing systems known to man
Chinese


ᛒ is similar to ᛉ because both are two cunei at a staff.Imagine how ancient it is if they wrote on staffs (magic sticks) now I have to compare runes to cuneiform. Months later I read it and I have no idea why I put it here or what I was supposed to tell. I hope it makes more sense to you as you read it gradually.








    B in both runic & ugaritic represent double D. So it does in roman majuscule, in roman minuscle it's reflecting each-other instead, which wouldn't make much sense in boustrophedon.

And in roman cursive they both look the same way, so now the question is when did 𓃀 begin to watch the end of the line? You watch where you came from but you walk towards the exit as you write? as those swastikas I spoke above? They are among letters sometimes. And as we touched this topic, I can add that though both swastikas are present in unicode, but only clockwise fish ࿊ ࿋ ࿌ are present there, it may make sense because unicode symbols are lobbied by communities who have a huge deal in using those symbols, so they may know something I haven't discovered yet.

And luckily the table above shows when did this transition of 𓃀 to the end of the line happened, literally in cursiva nueva!
Here I wanted to combine these two topics of swastikas & of boots of b, using the symbol used on the flag of isle of man. And I was searching for it in new unicode signs, and I noticed coloured icons are among them, but also 🟇🟈🟍🟑🟔 notice that only 4 pointed star has both forms, others rotate clockwise if we count pressure of the light. But if those stars are windmill toys they would be otherwise, but these stars are not. But swasticas could be, lucky swastikas rotates clockwise:


That unicode chart is very valuable source for grammatology (I reclaim this term out of the postmodernist claws, this terms belong into linguistics.

🜄 is ALCHEMICAL SYMBOL FOR WATER

🜅 is ALCHEMICAL SYMBOL FOR AQUAFORTIS

🜆 and 🜇 are ALCHEMICAL SYMBOLS FOR AQUA REGIA

🜃 is ALCHEMICAL SYMBOL FOR EARTH 

🜂 is ALCHEMICAL SYMBOL FOR FIRE

🜁 is ALCHEMICAL SYMBOL FOR AIR


🁚 🂋very convenient, they have unicode for all domino, it will be very convenient when we speak about them in context of their symilarity to dice and empty slots of 🁣🀱 which were present in falling stones of Bureus, they even have their backs.
Simple european cards & mahjong & tetragrams, greek musical notation symbols I was speaking of above:
𝈝𝈞𝈟𝈠𝈡𝈢𝈣𝈤𝈥𝈦𝈧𝈨𝈩𝈪𝈫𝈬𝈭𝈮𝈯𝈰𝈱𝈲𝈳𝈴𝈵𝈶𝈷𝈸𝈹𝈺𝈻𝈼𝈽𝈾𝈿𝉀𝉁 and greek musical lemma 𝉅
and greek vocal notation symbols: 𝈀𝈁𝈂𝈃𝈄𝈅𝈆𝈇𝈈𝈉𝈊𝈋𝈌𝈍𝈎𝈏𝈐𝈑𝈒𝈓𝈔𝈕𝈖𝈗𝈘𝈙𝈚𝈛𝈜
There're also byzantine musical symbols, which have names similar to their forms, which can be a source of knowledge on history of alphabet:

it begins with some long list of unremarcable (only so tiny) sings (not listed here) and suddenly in becomes more alphabetic:
BYZANTINE MUSICAL SYMBOL SIMANSIS ARSEOS TETRASIMOU 𝃥
BYZANTINE MUSICAL SYMBOL DIGRAMMA GG 𝃦
BYZANTINE MUSICAL SYMBOL DIFTOGGOS OU 𝃧
BYZANTINE MUSICAL SYMBOL STIGMA 𝃨
BYZANTINE MUSICAL SYMBOL ARKTIKO PA 𝃩
BYZANTINE MUSICAL SYMBOL ARKTIKO VOU 𝃪

and suddenly it goes directly alphabetic (though probably others are only to arrange in the same order, I don't know who made this unicode list and how competently did (s)he arrange them into order
BYZANTINE MUSICAL SYMBOL ARKTIKO GA 𝃫
BYZANTINE MUSICAL SYMBOL ARKTIKO DI 𝃬
BYZANTINE MUSICAL SYMBOL ARKTIKO KE 𝃭
BYZANTINE MUSICAL SYMBOL ARKTIKO ZO 𝃮
BYZANTINE MUSICAL SYMBOL ARKTIKO NI 𝃯
BYZANTINE MUSICAL SYMBOL KENTIMATA NEO MESO 𝃰
and on it goes the same not alphabetic manner. but let's collect all the alphabetic bysantine musical signs and will arrange them into greek order:
BYZANTINE MUSICAL SYMBOL SIMANSIS THESEOS TETRASIMOU 𝃡
BYZANTINE MUSICAL SYMBOL SIMANSIS THESEOS TRISIMOU 𝃠
It's unbearable, why are they so small! I will return to this topic some day, but from some other angle.
But it's the first time we saw digamma, which for some reason is digramma:

Digramma as digamma. Gamma as gamut? Gramma as grammata (letter)         он обучен грамоте, значет он знает буквы. или букву? Г глаголь, глаголица.
глаголит. verb? talk? talk seem to be the closest to the глаголь. verb=глагол, подсознание подсказывает я не сразу уловил.


Диграммы Четыре символа (кит. 四种爻象 Si xiang, Сы сян, рус. «четыре образа») — этап исходного космогенеза в представлении китайской философии, порождается из предыдущего этапа двух начал Инь и Ян; четыре свойства — «тьма», «свет», «твёрдость», «мягкость», происходящие из комбинаций взаимодействия двух сил Инь и Ян.
    MONOGRAM FOR YANG ⚊
        MONOGRAM FOR YIN ⚋

Также графически изображаются в виде четырёх комбинаций (четырёх двубитов) из двух черт-яо, поэтому часто в западных переводах Четыре символа называются Диграммами.

Каждая из комбинаций имеет собственное наименование (cлева направо):
Старая Инь 老陰, Молодой Ян 少陽, Молодая Инь 少陰, Старый Ян 老陽.


DIGRAM FOR GREATER YANG ⚌
    DIGRAM FOR LESSER YIN ⚍
DIGRAM FOR LESSER YANG ⚎
DIGRAM FOR GREATER YIN ⚏

В свою очередь, Четыре символа порождают Восемь триграмм.

TRIGRAM FOR HEAVEN ☰
      TRIGRAM FOR LAKE ☱
        TRIGRAM FOR FIRE ☲
TRIGRAM FOR THUNDER ☳
        TRIGRAM FOR WIND ☴
       TRIGRAM FOR WATER ☵
TRIGRAM FOR MOUNTAIN ☶
       TRIGRAM FOR EARTH ☷



Символ Unicode Название Сторона света Стихия
Qian-Gua.gif ☰ (U+2630) 乾 Цянь Юг 天 Небо
Kun-Gua.gif ☷ (U+2637) 坤 Кунь Север 地 Земля
Zhen-Gua.gif ☳ (U+2633) 震 Чжэнь Северо-Восток 雷 Гром
Kan-Gua.gif ☵ (U+2635) 坎 Кань Запад 水 Вода
Gen-Gua.gif ☶ (U+2636) 艮 Гэнь Северо-Запад 山 Гора
Xun-Gua.gif ☴ (U+2634) 巽 Сюнь Юго-Запад 風 Ветер
Li-Gua.gif ☲ (U+2632) 離 Ли Восток 火 Огонь
Dui-Gua.gif ☱ (U+2631) 兌 Дуй Юго-Восток 澤 Озеро



Помимо расположения триграмм по Фу-Си и Вэнь-Вану, также известно расположение в виде семьи и позабытая маодунская схема, найденная при археологических раскопках.

Расположение триграмм в виде семьи — одна из известных схем расположения триграмм, основанная на следующем тексте в «Книге Перемен»:

В разделе «Шо гуа чжуань» (чжан 9) сказано:

乾天也,故稱乎父;坤地也,故稱乎母;

震一索而得男,故謂之長男;巽一索而得女,故謂之長女;

坎再索而得男,故謂之中男;離再索而得女,故謂之中女;

艮三索而得男,故謂之少男;兌三索而得女,故謂之少女。

В переводе Еремеева В. Е.:

Цянь — это Небо, поэтому символизирует отца.

Кунь — это Земля, поэтому символизирует мать.

Чжэнь — это предпочтение в первой [черте], являющейся мужской, поэтому символизирует старшего сына.

Сюнь — это предпочтение в первой [черте], являющейся женской, поэтому символизирует старшую дочь.

Кань — это предпочтение во второй [черте], являющейся мужской, поэтому символизирует среднего сына.

Ли — это предпочтение во второй [черте], являющейся женской, поэтому символизирует среднюю дочь.

Гэнь — это предпочтение в третьей [черте], являющейся мужской, поэтому символизирует младшего сына.

Дуй — это предпочтение в третьей [черте], являющейся женской, поэтому символизирует младшую дочь.

Таким образом, все триграммы можно представить в виде семьи, состоящей из отца, матери и шестерых детей.

Графически такое расположение триграмм можно представить в следующем виде:


В левой части располагается вся мужская половина: отец, старший сын, средний сын, младший сын.

В правой части — вся женская половина: мать, старшая дочь, средняя дочь, младшая дочь.

Последовательность триграмм по старшинству обозначаемых ими членов семьи будет следующей: 乾, 坤, 震, 巽, 坎, 離, 艮, 兌: отец, мать, старший сын, старшая дочь, средний сын, средняя дочь, младший сын, младшая дочь.


Another definition of digram is sequence of two words, syllables, or letters.
     Which of these are ⚊ & ⚋? I think they are two primordial letters: T & B

Another definition of digram is a Taixuanjing symbol with two lines
    But that link leads to wiki where it's said:

The text Tài Xuán Jīng ("Canon of Supreme Mystery", Chinese: 太玄經) was composed by the Confucian writer Yang Xiong (53 BCE-18 CE). The first draft of this work was completed in 2 BCE (in the decade before the fall of the Western Han dynasty). During the Jin dynasty, an otherwise unknown person named Fan Wang (Chinese: 范望) salvaged the text and wrote a commentary on it, from which our text survives today.

The Taixuanjing is a divinatory text similar to, and inspired by, the I Ching (Yijing). Whereas the I Ching is based on 64 binary hexagrams (sequences of six horizontal lines each of which may be broken or unbroken), the Taixuanjing employs 81 ternary tetragrams (sequences of four lines, each of which may be unbroken, broken once, or broken twice). Like the I Ching it may be consulted as an oracle by casting yarrow stalks or a six-faced die to generate numbers which define the lines of a tetragram, which can then be looked up in the text.[further explanation needed] A tetragram drawn without moving lines refers to the tetragram description, while a tetragram drawn with moving lines refers to the specific lines.

The monograms are:

Numerically the symbols can counted as ⚊ = 0, ⚋ = 1, 𝌀 = 2, and grouped into sets of four to count from 0 to 80. This is clearly intentional as this passage from chapter 8 of the Tài Xuán Jīng points out the principle of carrying and place value.

Tai Xuan Jing Symbols[1][2]
Official Unicode Consortium code chart (PDF)
  0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
U+1D30x 𝌀 𝌁 𝌂 𝌃 𝌄 𝌅 𝌆 𝌇 𝌈 𝌉 𝌊 𝌋 𝌌 𝌍 𝌎 𝌏
U+1D31x 𝌐 𝌑 𝌒 𝌓 𝌔 𝌕 𝌖 𝌗 𝌘 𝌙 𝌚 𝌛 𝌜 𝌝 𝌞 𝌟
U+1D32x 𝌠 𝌡 𝌢 𝌣 𝌤 𝌥 𝌦 𝌧 𝌨 𝌩 𝌪 𝌫 𝌬 𝌭 𝌮 𝌯
U+1D33x 𝌰 𝌱 𝌲 𝌳 𝌴 𝌵 𝌶 𝌷 𝌸 𝌹 𝌺 𝌻 𝌼 𝌽 𝌾 𝌿
U+1D34x 𝍀 𝍁 𝍂 𝍃 𝍄 𝍅 𝍆 𝍇 𝍈 𝍉 𝍊 𝍋 𝍌 𝍍 𝍎 𝍏
U+1D35x 𝍐 𝍑 𝍒 𝍓 𝍔 𝍕 𝍖








Notes
1.^ As of Unicode version 11.0
2.^ Grey areas indicate non-assigned code points

In the canonical I Ching, the hexagrams are arranged in an order dubbed the King Wen sequence after King Wen of Zhou, who founded the Zhou dynasty and supposedly reformed the method of interpretation. The sequence generally pairs hexagrams with their upside-down equivalents, although in eight cases hexagrams are paired with their inversion.[50] Another order, found at Mawangdui in 1973, arranges the hexagrams into eight groups sharing the same upper trigram. But the oldest known manuscript, found in 1987 and now held by the Shanghai Library, was almost certainly arranged in the King Wen sequence, and it has even been proposed that a pottery paddle from the Western Zhou period contains four hexagrams in the King Wen sequence.[51] Whichever of these arrangements is older, it is not evident that the order of the hexagrams was of interest to the original authors of the Zhou yi. The assignment of numbers, binary or decimal, to specific hexagrams is a modern invention.[52]

The following table numbers the hexagrams in King Wen order.

1
Iching-hexagram-01.svg
乾 (qián)
2
Iching-hexagram-02.svg
坤 (kūn)
3
Iching-hexagram-03.svg
屯 (zhūn)
4
Iching-hexagram-04.svg
蒙 (méng)
5
Iching-hexagram-05.svg
需 (xū)
6
Iching-hexagram-06.svg
訟 (sòng)
7
Iching-hexagram-07.svg
師 (shī)
8
Iching-hexagram-08.svg
比 (bǐ)
9
Iching-hexagram-09.svg
小畜 (xiǎo chù)
10
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I am a collector, I collect marvelous items, I don't know if we'll need this image in this book, but here it is anyway.

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Now just to keep on going, I'll copy-pase some more interesting byzantine musical symbols:
BYZANTINE MUSICAL SYMBOL THITA 𝀔
BYZANTINE MUSICAL SYMBOL OLIGON ARCHAION 𝀕
BYZANTINE MUSICAL SYMBOL GORGON ARCHAION 𝀖
BYZANTINE MUSICAL SYMBOL PSILON 𝀗
BYZANTINE MUSICAL SYMBOL CHAMILON 𝀘
BYZANTINE MUSICAL SYMBOL VATHY 𝀙
BYZANTINE MUSICAL SYMBOL ISON ARCHAION 𝀚
BYZANTINE MUSICAL SYMBOL KENTIMA ARCHAION 𝀛
BYZANTINE MUSICAL SYMBOL KENTIMATA ARCHAION 𝀜
BYZANTINE MUSICAL SYMBOL SAXIMATA 𝀝
BYZANTINE MUSICAL SYMBOL PARICHON 𝀞
BYZANTINE MUSICAL SYMBOL STAVROS APODEXIA 𝀟
BYZANTINE MUSICAL SYMBOL OXEIAI ARCHAION 𝀠


They even have phaistos disc signs:
𐇐𐇑𐇒𐇓𐇔𐇕𐇖𐇗𐇘𐇙𐇚𐇛𐇜𐇝𐇞𐇟𐇠𐇡𐇢𐇣𐇤𐇥𐇦𐇧𐇨𐇩𐇪𐇫𐇬𐇭𐇮𐇯𐇰𐇱𐇲𐇳𐇴𐇵𐇶𐇷𐇸𐇹𐇺𐇻𐇼
which is not even necessarily genuine:
https://tierneylab.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/08/07/why-not-test-the-phaistos-disc/

and the unicode vault goes on, I've no wish to paste it all here,
you can wander it yourselves:
https://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/category/So/list.htm

I will collect some more of what catches my attention:
GREEK SYMBOL TAU RHO 𐆠
CHI RHO ☧
PENTAGRAM ⛤
RIGHT-HANDED INTERLACED PENTAGRAM ⛥
LEFT-HANDED INTERLACED PENTAGRAM ⛦
INVERTED PENTAGRAM ⛧
I can only guess what is the difference between those three pentagrams, but they all have different unicode: U+26E4, U+26E5, U+26E6
    It weirdly relates to this work, because I was speaking of three mothers, three fates, three 6s (о трёх полах? серьёзо? some of people are in the middle) 
Doesn't star stand for Venus (then the U+26E7 is the initial form?)
Aren't 3 6s UVW (all stand for venus) notice, that -us is a male suffix. I was told in hebrew grammar some gender twist took place in the past. It could be a part of that reform. together with twist of м & ж.
Ain't ⛤⛥⛦ stand for 666? but they have 5 ends! and that's how many letters per Bureus die. oh how weirdly irresponsible are the previous two words! (if we believe in magic, but it hardly affects dead)
What if 666 is initially 555? What if this unicode chart has nothing to do with reality, but was some voluntaristic act. Those right-hand & left-hand relates pentagrams to swastikas, the biggest star is sun. But I never saw sun as ⛧, I only saw it as one of these stars: 🟇🟈🟍🟑🟔 (I have to make an experiment, but it's night)
🟍🟍🟍 could be 666, and I saw this sign in some p!nk's video and somewhere else. and Jewsus named jews sinagogue of Satan and that their father is Devil and Jewish god in bible kills and does all sorts of wicked things & commands. And according to esoteric part of christianity world is in the hands of Satan until the second coming. and you know jews do rule the world. So now I need to talk to jews, I used to learn from them hebrew, secular jews are quite fine, but religious jews say they made communism to russians and make a lot of trouble in the world before that and today. But it was religious jews who were shocked by my appearance when I tried to ask questions. I think they're all retarded one way or another. Genetic therapies come, russians are also retarded in some other way.
I know this stuff is not scientific enough, but here I only guess, this part of the book will be rewritten.
(and here is the following part, which is even more something between good edit and mere draft)