Universal Language

Part 4 of 4 Edenics Introductory Videos

The Universal Language | Edenics

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Slide #25
Now for one particularly, ravenous bird, the RAVEN. The Edenic Ayin-Resh-Bhet is usually pronounced OaRaiBH. It means RAVEN, the bird as black as EReBH, evening. You can see and hear how it’s a fine source for RAVEN. But it’s even better. The soft Germanic Ayin matches the Anglo-Saxon raven word, hraefn. The harsh, guttural Mediterannean Ayin is behind RAVEN words like Latin corvus and French corbeau [core- BEAU]. The absurd dictionary source for CROW is a form of "CRY" with a mysterious W at the end. What bird DOESN’T have a cry? What kind of birdbrains wrote and read these Semitically-challenged reference books? The Bible calls smaller blackbirds "BiNaY HaOaRaiv, the children of the Ayin-Resh-Bhet" – also pronounced like G-R-BH or K-R-V. Yes, Edenics has skeptics. Let them eat crow.
Slide #26
The GOPHER is nature’s prolific digger of tunnels. The dictionaries guess that GOHPHER is from a word for honeycomb. A simple guttural shift from Het to G allows GOPHER to come from K[H]oPHeR (digger.) Native Americans didn’t borrow words from Hebrew speakers. They knew these words from Adam. The Algonquian word sa-khank’-ka gave us the SKUNK. TSaKHaN means to stink in Edenic. With a metathesis you can hear the word STINK, as well as SCANDAL – which is a big stink.
Slide #27
The name HORSE has no known meaning. At one time, at the dawn of time, the word HORSE must have been as clear as descriptive names like GRASSHOPPER. A HEARSE used to be an elaborate plow pulled by an animal. To plow in Edenic is [K]HoaRaiSH. This is why the "HORSE" name was only used by the British, since only they plowed with a horse instead of a bull. Horse in German is pferd; from the Edenic mule, a FeReD. Nature’s natural plower is the SHoaR, (ox). It plows with Shin-Resh words like SHOORaH YaSHaR, a straight line.
Slide #28
The Universal Language: If one learns the compact vocabulary of Biblical Hebrew, one will have an easy time mastering several derivatives of each word. For example, learn that Dalet-Resh-Khaf, DaReKH, means a road, way or path, a DIRECTION.. and you could quickly learn some of the following: Arabic (highway, way) Ta Ri Q Australian (paths) Tu Ri(n) Gas Australian (straight, direct) Thoo R Gool Basque (street) kaL eKo Malay: Bouton (road) Da Ra Chinese (way) Dau Lu Czech (track, way) T Ra Ha Dutch (draw; a long journey…TREK) T R eK Finnish (course, way) To La Gaelic (journey) Tu Rus Gaelic (direction) uD aR u German (through, by way of) Du R CH (source of THROUGH, THOROUGHFARE, THRUWAY …) Indonesian (direction) a Ra H Indonesian (manner, way) Tja Ra Japanese (journey) Ryo Ko Japanese (fashion) Ryu Ko Japanese (road) Do Ro Japanese (street) To Ri Korean (manner, way) Ro Khe Korean (reversal of kil, road, street) Li K Latin (to direct; whence DIRIGIBLE) Di Ri Gere Latin (journey; whence, ITINERANT) iT eR Old English (reverse of rad, a road) Da R (source of RAID, RIDE and ROAD) Old French (reverse of rote, way, path) eT oR (source of ROTE, ROUTE, ROUTINE) Old French (reverse of route, way, road) eT ouR (source of RUT) Old French (track, way, course) T R aC (source of TRACE, TRACK… Polish (course, track) To R Polish (way) D Ro Ga Russian (road, way) Da Ro Ga Spanish (right direction, straight) De Re CHo Thai (direct, straight) Dt Ro Hng from. Karate is a Japanese word that everyone knows. Here it breaks down to 2 words, both reversed and exactly captured in the Edenic.
Slide #29
The topic of this slide, and presentation itself is more than just etymology, the history of a word. It is about truth itself.
Slide #30
SHaLoM is all about finality. SHaLeM is to pay up, to conclude negotiations amicambly, to make final payments. Thus the peace of SoLeMnity, and the base-clearing finality of a grand SLAM. So LoNg? That’s just an awkward borrowing from hearing Semites say goodbye as SHaLom and SaLaaM. Does Edenics have a future, or will it be a flash in the pan like the Bible Codes? The Prophets seems to think that finding a common, pure language will turn us back to knowing that we are creations, and that we have a Creator.

Mail   3/25/2016 4:39:00 PM
This site is wonderful! All languages come from ONE language - Seeing it in writing took my breath away. Thank you teacher. Thank you for sharing it. To God be the glory.

Kathy Leontitsis   6/17/2012 9:44:00 AM
This site is awesome. I am going to find the time to really explore everything here. I'm so exxcited that I came across this site! God bless you for all your hard work!

Kerriann   12/27/2011 6:35:00 AM
Keep on writing and chguging away!

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