Monday, August 20, 2012

cellulo

from goddess of chess, tletlt, math etc.

"the number of the goddess is 5/coatl=snaca/snake/nacatl(N)=flesh. they've found
the 5th arch at chauvet pont d'arc painted cave where she was worshipped as regent of the tonalamatl/tonatiuh(N)=sun, tonalli(N)=soul(tone/tune). her animal is the ocelotl/
ocelome/(oc)elo(hi)m=elohim, a hebrew god(in plural), also, cell(E/biology). " by Carlos
http://goddesschess.blogspot.com/2009/05/tletl-and-mathematics-and-number-of.html

under=enter=endura=duna=tuna
endura BaMbuti pygmy congo: mongolu hut structure enc(u)loses space called endu/ra just as forest includes openings!

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I noticed the overlap of BaMbuti mongolu-endura (dome enclosure-space) and Nauatl ocelotl-Hebrew (oc)elo(hi)m cat-god, and related cell, cf cellulose, kell, shell.

enj/ch/sh/g/cel/u/lo-se

34 comments:

carlos lascoutx said...

...lots of good stuff on Goddess Chess,
also, Mathilda's anthro blog,
zmescience, and leggo jesus. tks. you have my confidence to use whatever you like in your work as i bounce off you as well. one cannot work in a vucuum.
...for a look at letters vs sound,
try, Afferbeck Lauder's books, e.g.,
Fraffly Strine Everything, and the new,
Fraffly Suite, Ure Smith, Sydney/London, 1969. realy great stuff!

carlos lascoutx said...

...under/unter/endure/duro/dolorous/
dolor/Dolores/Dorothea=D/Toloa teotl(N)
=bow(the head)to Deo. under=untar(OHG)=
untar(sp)=annoint(E)=for all its n's,
annoint=untar(sp/OHG)=under(E)=in toloa(N)=the bowing of the head,
the tolerance(E). here you have to be guided by meaning and feel your way through form/letter, also with the
knowledge of what religion is today
and how it got to be so painful, i.e.,
because its terminology is one of
dolor(sp), horror(E) at what we are
and what we have to do to survive,
i.e., the human condition/back drop
with a final curtain we try to raise ourselves again
from the orphan state by deserving=
icnoa(N)=Noah(Bible)=where/ic no/my
-a/atl(N)=water? orphan=icnopilli(N)=
where/ic-no/my child/-pilli?=
icn/o(r)ph/pilli=Orpheé/Orpheus=
orphan/huerfano(sp)=the original
state of Jesus, before the Kirk/
Circle Church/Jerk got hold of him.
Orpheé's myth from the East, first
the west knows about coming back from
the dead=Isah(Arab)=iza(N/verb)=revive/
resuscitate.
...the Japanese knew his story as the
Yose(J)=yotl ce(N)=I, one/alone,= yose(J)=vaudeville, house where fables are told, story-telling.
note, Yose(J)=José, father of Jesus, is a story in Japanese. the story was called, I Alone, or, the End Game. when a young man, Jesus, wandered, may have met the story, interacted
with it, and modeled his life on it.
at least that's the most charitable
explanation i can think for the case.

carlos lascoutx said...

...let that read, the phallic number
of the Deity, CiuaCoatl(N)=Lady Snake
is the Mother of Mankind, also the
Defense and Public Works Minister of the Aztecs.

DDeden said...

We just had hurricane Isaac/Ishak soak us to the bone in Miami, Florida. Too much water!!!

isah(Arab)iza(N)v return/revive
teshuva(Heb) repent/return

yose(J) show-tell-tale-taler(Scand)
shavuot(Heb) show? yeshiva/jesua?

jah|obalisk - yeshivalechm - shivalingam - (ysalam)alaikum - welcome/selemat/yamsing/selaintje

yotl ce = first/pri(m/a/s)t = prometheus? = Adam reborn without sin = jesus/jehova as male god replacing (eve=sinful) female goddess?

DDeden said...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ise_Grand_Shrine

"The empty site beside the shrine building, the site where the previous shrine once stood and where the next will be built, is called the kodenchi (kota/golu/goati- (Saami) hut). This area is strewn with large white pebbles and is left totally empty apart from the oi-ya, a small wooden hut containing a wooden pole a little over 2 metres in height called the shin-no-mihashira (sacred central pole)."
mi-ha-shi-ra =
(mi/o) + ba/ha/ja/ye + shi + ra/va/la/li + sk/chem/kum

jah|obalisk(m) - yeshivalechem - shivalingam - (yselm)alaikum - welcome/selemat/yamsing/selaintje

I see that Jasher/Yesh-r (biblical book of upright/erect) may have derived this way, perhaps a greeting made when setting up tents/huts around a central fire/hub, Arab abu=ash~apa/api/agni (pyre-ignite)

Tallin fire & ice sculpture:
http://www.tallinnfireandice.ee/2012ee/

DDeden said...

etymology of temr: Among
among (prep.) early 12c., from O.E. onmang, from phrase on gemang "in a crowd," from gemengan "to mingle"). Collective prefix ge- dropped 12c. leaving onmong, amang, among. Cf. O.S. angimang "among, amid;" O.Fris. mong "among."

among/ge-mang/gemengan(geman)=amongamong=kami, kamikami(M): group associated with mongolu dome hut cf mingle shingles(multiple leaves "sewn" around dome to waterproof, used before oiled/ghee animal skin/sheen/screen was used for ger/gufa(probably first skin boats were inverted dome huts of wicker/river cane & fur hides by neanderthals eg. in Tigris))

Estonian/Finnish: puhutko tervetula/mas

DDeden said...

mi-ha-shi-ra =
(mi/o) + ba/ha/ja/ye + shi + ra/va/la/li + sk/chem/kum

jah|obalisk(m) - yeshivalechem - shivalingam - (yselm)alaikum - welcome/selemat/yamsing/selaintje

Estonian/Finnish: puhutko (speak)tervetula/mas(welcome)
xi/ter va/ve [se/tu]l a/i[gh] m/as/at = "lord welcome [into my] abode" = oluwali (yoruba)

possible: jablonski oja ba lonsk/e

moving from Congo east along Indian Ocean coasts, mongolu hut from mongongo leaves/branches became ba/ungalo hut from mangrove (mangi-mangi (M)) leaves/branches cf among

DDeden said...

Estonian: thanks - tanen ~ danke, tanej/yawad/t (sawati, awed)

yeshivalichm sawadikam (ugama (M))
sawadika - sawat di ka(lap/gh/m)
swastika sawa(s) ti ka?

tervetula/mat ~ serv/ic/e + (t/c/s)u/El/a/m/at (mat = among(st=od - 1god/hoard/guardian/garden/(or)chard/shared?)
yeshival'h'm alaikum, lechaim

DDeden said...

apa/para/peri/paradise
(dise(Farsi dirt form)/dough/dug clay)/dheigm/figure

per (prep.) 1580s (earlier in various Latin and French phrases), from L. per "through, during, by means of, on account of, as in," from PIE root *per- "through, across, beyond" (cf. Skt. pari "around, about, through," O.Pers. pariy, Gk. peri "around, about, beyond," O.C.S. pre-, Rus. pere- "through," Lith. per "through," O.Ir. air- Goth. fair-, Ger. ver-, O.E. fer-, intensive prefixes).

give: beri(M) ~ terve/serve cf beli/bagi/bawa. formerly "send greeting" = beri selamat, now kirim salaam (Arab)

dough O.E. dag "dough," from P.Gmc. *daigaz "something kneaded" (cf. O.N. deig, Swed. deg, M.Du. deech, Du. deeg, O.H.G. teic, Ger. Teig, Goth. daigs "dough"), from PIE *dheigh- "to build, to form, to knead" (cf. Skt. dehah "body," lit. "that which is formed," dih- "to besmear;" Gk. teikhos "wall;" L. fingere "to form, fashion," figura "a shape, form, figure;" Goth. deigan "to smear;" O.Ir. digen "firm, solid," originally "kneaded into a compact mass").

DDeden said...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Sepak_takraw
Thai society, the term "Takraw" is just simply the name of the sport. It by no means gives the meaning or connotation of the general term "ball" or "basket". To emphasize specificity, "luktakraw" (ลูกตะกร้อ) is used to name the ball used in Thai takraw - "luk" when added with a name of a sport is modifed to "ball". Also depending on context of Thai speech, "luk" may be dropped and the word "takraw" alone can be understood to mean a specific actual takraw rattan ball, rather any ball (basketball, golfball, etc) in general. As for the claim of takraw meaning "basket," the Thai term for "basket" is "takraa" (ตะกร้า), which can never be mistaken by the Thai ear for the different sounding "Takraw" (ตะกร้อ) - very different Thai vowels sounds.

In Sejarah Melayu (Malay Annals) written in the 15th century the name of the game is written as "sepak raga", "sepak" = kick, "raga" usually means weaved (rattan) basket but it could mean weaved rattan ball in this context. The manuscript was written during the era of Malacca Sultanate, before the arrival of Portuguese.
The original name for Sejarah Melayu is Hikayat Melayu.
More evidence say Sepak Takraw is originated from the Malay Peninsula, the style of this sport change when the British colonial era in the strait states in Malay Peninsula, can be seen the rules and style of this game similar to badminton, a very popular sport among the English colonists in India, while Thailand and Indonesia are not under the British colonial
The object of Kemari is to keep one ball in the air,[2] with all players cooperating to do so. Players may use their head, feet, knees, back, and possibly elbows to keep the ball aloft. The ball, known as a Mari, is made of deerskin with the hair facing inside and the hide on the outside. The ball is stuffed with barley grains to give it shape. When the hide has set in this shape, the grains are removed from the ball, and it is then sewn together using the skin of a horse. The one who kicks the ball is called a mariashi. A good mariashi makes it easy for the receiver to control the mari, and serves it with a soft touch to make it easy to keep the mari in the air.


Kemari is played on a flat ground, about 6–7 meters squared.[1] The uniforms that the players wear are reminiscent of the clothes of the Asuka age and include a crow hat. This type of clothing was called kariginu and it was fashionable at that time.

DDeden said...

A competitive form of cuju was used as fitness training for military cavaliers, while other forms were played for entertainment in wealthy cities like Linzi.[2]

During the Han Dynasty (206 BC-AD 220), the popularity of cuju spread from the army to the royal courts and upper classes.[3] It is said that the Han emperor Wu Di enjoyed the sport. At the same time, cuju games were standardized and rules were established. Cuju matches were often held inside the imperial palace. A type of court called ju chang was built especially for cuju matches, which had six crescent-shaped goal posts at each end.

The sport was improved during the Tang Dynasty (618-907).[4] First of all, the feather-stuffed ball was replaced by an air-filled ball with a two-layered hull. Also, two different types of goal posts emerged: One was made by setting up posts with a net between them and the other consisted of just one goal post in the middle of the field. The Tang Dynasty capital of Chang'an was filled with cuju fields, in the backyards of large mansions, and some were even established in the grounds of the palaces.[5] Soldiers who belonged to the imperial army and Gold Bird Guard often formed cuju teams for the delight of the emperor and his court.[5] The level of female cuju teams also improved. Records indicate that once a 17-year-old girl beat a team of army soldiers. Cuju even became popular amongst the scholars and intellectuals, and if a courtier lacked skill in the game, he could pardon himself by acting as a scorekeeper.[5]

Cuju flourished during the Song Dynasty (960-1279) due to social and economic development, extending its popularity to every class in society. At that time, professional cuju players were quite popular, and the sport began to take on a commercial edge. Professional cuju players fell into two groups: One was trained by and performed for the royal court (unearthed copper mirrors and brush pots from the Song often depict professional performances) and the other consisted of civilians who made a living as cuju players.





One Hundred Children in the Long Spring (长春百子图), a painting by Chinese artist Su Hanchen (苏汉臣, active 1130–1160s AD), Song Dynasty
In the Song Dynasty only one goal post was set up in the center of the field.
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Neither cuju nor kemari sound or are played like sepak raga (Thai basket).

DDeden said...

apple: Apple of one's eye (Old English), symbol of what is most cherished, was the pupil, supposed to be a globular solid body.

PIE *ab(e)l "apple" (cf. Gaul. avallo "fruit;" O.Ir. ubull, Lith. obuolys, O.C.S. jabloko "apple" cf jablonski - jah|oba|liske/m

apa(Mb) - circular f/ring-ed camp
fringe/rimfired/s-f-ringed/frost/frozd
kepala(M) - head/haid/hide(E)

melon: L. melopeponem, a kind of pumpkin, from Gk. melopepon "gourd-apple" , from melon "apple" (see malic) + pepon, a kind of gourd, probably noun use of pepon "ripe"

In Greek, melon was used in a generic way for all foreign fruits (cf. similar use of apple). The Greek plural of "melon" was used from ancient times for "a girl's breasts." mammary/mongolu/guo|rd/wok

note differs from wombelly/umbel, related to nipple/knob.

cellulo - ghulela (Hindu) ball cell jell bell kel etc.
romanian minge

DDeden said...

http://translate.definitions.net/ball

http://translate.definitions.net/apple

http://translate.definitions.net/bowl

http://translate.definitions.net/dome

DDeden said...

dolor/ous: grieving for loss
[from Latin, from dolēre to grieve]

loss: [Middle English losen, from Old English losian, to perish, from los, loss; see leu- in Indo-European roots.]

toloa Vt3 = to swallow
http://weber.ucsd.edu/~dkjordan/nahuatl/ReadingMictlan.html

Perhaps swallow refers to entering/endura the dome hut interior/endura

DDeden said...

the priests=tlamacazque(N)=tlama(N)=doctor/heart surgeon(my joke)kept the record of births and told the Tonalamatl birthing calendar when the new-born was baptized, usually settling on the date of baptism as the ruling date, e.g., gossip=g/cot/s s/cip= cotoni Cipactli(N)=the cutting scribe/sepukku(J)=ritual suicide/ cutting of the ombligo(sp)/umbilical/Cipapu(Hopi=Tohopa(OE)=hope(E)= Toptli/idol/wrapped Kachinas)=hole of origin

hole/pole/bowl/golu/colu/mold
maz/meat/mastitus-mammary/milk/meal
but sailboat mast from what?

DDeden said...

Sailboat mast: pole-pohon-post, maul-mace-mast, possibly linked to mat/sailcloth

DDeden said...

then goes on to become the devil, the joker, the clown but
remains the twin-brother of proto-christ, whose mother is venus the wind, whose
name venus=venison, giving away her previous identity as the red deer=deor(OE)=
teotl=tea/the/dea/doe(E), the goddess whose flesh sustained us during the 40k bc glaciation in europe when other prey fled.
kubaba/kibel(arab)/kybele/cybel is a later compilation of old goddess qualitys,
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Russian: called Hross and Vene by Estonians, meaning Horse and Deer?

ventilate - ven(t)us the wind, venture forth

DDeden said...

Resemblance of kohen/khan/kachina/pahana/kahuna
Pahana: (Sri Lanka) "light & life"
http://pahana.com.au/paper.php?fldrY=2012&fldrM=2&fldrType=MM

Pahana: Hopi myth of lost white brother to east
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hopi_mythology

The true Pahana (or Bahana) is the Lost White Brother of the Hopi. Most versions have it that the Pahana or Elder Brother left for the east at the time that the Hopi entered the Fourth World and began their migrations. However, the Hopi say that he will return again and at his coming the wicked will be destroyed and a new age of peace, the Fifth World, will be ushered into the world. As mentioned above, it is said he will bring with him a missing section of a sacred Hopi stone in the possession of the Fire Clan, and that he will come wearing red. Traditionally, Hopis are buried facing eastward in expectation of the Pahana who will come from that direction.[26]

The legend of the Pahana seems intimately connected with the Aztec story of Quetzalcoatl, and other legends of Central America.[4] This similarity is furthered by the liberal representation of Awanyu, the horned or plumed serpent, in Hopi and other Puebloan art. This figure bears a striking resemblance to figures of Quetzacoatl, the feathered serpent, in Mexico

was the horned/feathered serpent originally a hooded cobra from India? quetzacoatl cowl(hood) co(bra)l

Parana/paraguay/pathan/path?

DDeden said...

quetza feathered, coatl serpent
perhaps the eagle headdress of plains indians might relate

Interesting addition:
Esther, only book in bible/tanakh that does not include name of god, a story about a jewish queen in mesopotamia, is derived from 'conceal' eg. hidden estrus, esther appears to be formed from endura/interior-entry-under but is also similar to (m)ongolu/enclosure in the structural sense and perhaps to hide/haid-head-hat/hair-fur/aurah and plausibly relate to a feather cape-coat-headdress in some cultures.

P/Bahana perhaps linked to Bwana (Mister/sir in Swahili, from Arabic abūna our father, master

DDeden said...

Semit-e/ic = Shem = Xem/Axumite
KMT/Kehmet/CoPTic/GBT/Gebt-Geez/Egypt<->DjiBouTi trade route
possible from Dharfur/Nubia-Sudanubya to Dhofar/Oman-Yemen-Xemiti, possible link to Ad-Iram-ites=hadramaut = shah(a)ra people of blue-dyed hair/skin, perhaps hair/haid/hide due to desert travel of incense

DDeden said...

esther-estefan-christopher
esteban-estuva-estupaghoda-ghoti
jyoti (Hindu name)-judith/judah/yahudi/yeshivalechaim/jahobalisk/shivalingam
tube/tuba/trumpet/Tuva dual-voice singers

sail mast: orig. tomahawk/mallet, mace/maul/masticate/macerate/mush/mazz significance is hammer is 90 degrees to impact vs spear 180 deg so although a mast resembles a spear it fights wind at 90 degrees.

Esther-conceal, aether/ethereal(invisible) from Mbuti endura+apa

Ital. duomo/Fr. madame/homemaker ~ Jap. domo?

Dak. wakkan (tanka) ~ great spirit ~ Qechua huaca

Buddhist Stupa = Zuni kiva Estuva = Eng. stove/steeple/staplefoodstuff/staff of life = tapa(bark-acornmast pounded-milled-millet)/staba-table/stepel/tepe/esther
stuPagoda = Span posada?
Mbuti apa-campfire
pustaka- perpustakaan/ library/biblioteca

DDeden said...

estuva from spanish?

Kiva Architecture
http://archaeology.about.com/od/kterms/a/kiva.htm

Prehistoric kivas were usually underground chambers. This characteristic is linked by archaeologists to earlier pit houses, also typical of ancestral puebloan societies. The earliest, and simplest, examples of kivas are known from Chaco Canyon for the late Basketmaker III phase (AD 500-700).

Architectural features typical of a kiva are: an enclosing wall with a bench, a central fireplace, a vent in the wall to provide fresh air, and a pillar to support the roof. Entrance to the kiva is usually made from a hole in the roof, along the north-south axes of the structure.

Many kivas have a small hole in the floor, a feature referred to by archaeologists as sipapu. In modern Puebloan cultures, this term is used to define similar features and symbolizes the shipap, the place of origins, where humans emerged from the underworld.

Great Kiva

In Chaco Canyon, the better known kivas were constructed between AD 1000 and 1100, during the Classic Bonito phase. These are called Great Kivas, and are associated with Great House sites, such as Pueblo Bonito, Peñasco Blanco, Chetro Ketl, and Pueblo Alto. In these sites, great kivas were built in central, open plazas. A different type is the isolated great kiva such as the site of Casa Rinconada, which probably functioned as a central place for adjacent, smaller communities.

Archaeological excavations have shown that kiva roofs were supported by wooden beams. This wood, mainly from Ponderosa pines and spruces, had to come from a huge distance, since Chaco Canyon was a region poor of such forests.

DDeden said...

cibola lang list

k'ohanna white cf cohen/pahana
kechiba whitewash
chuwabi who
ts'i'le wicker strip
o:ye wife
bila willow

keresan
white sh'amətsi
why dzeeguma

DDeden said...

shiwi ma ZUni tongue
http://www.suduva.com/english_zuni_words.htm
http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Appendix:Swadesh_lists_for_Uto-Aztecan_languages

DDeden said...

Newman comments that the Zuni language has no specific term for the copula, that function being filled by the term teya, which means “be” or “to live in a place”[95]; te- meaning terrestrial containment and location (both space and time)[96], and ya a collectivity

Cushing also describes the making of a canteen [cf Malay kantong=pocket/can/wineskin], which is formed in the shape of a female mammary gland. It is named me'hetonne, according to both shape and function, where mehana is the word for a human mammary gland, and ettonne is a word for fetish or ceremonial object. The design images receive their specificity, which is to insure that vessel is always providing the milk of the desert (water), by the context, or function of the canteen. It is an ettonne because it contains the "treasured source"[104].

DDeden said...

table/teple/tapa/apa post:
lipid,
kelapa (Malay) coconut copra food-oil fuel
k/t + l + apa(MButi) fire cup = lamp
acorn mast maaz mush/mulch/hummus/human

early "deer" simply meant thing which breathes

oikos-eco/house-wikiup-wicker-vintner-vine-oinos

stagnant ~ tannin/c - sta|ll/nd/cking still-stable/table/sedan/sedentary/set

KMT/GBT Semit/Gebt Axumite/Djibouti

Elder/Altar/Psaltar - merchants of sacrifice, quick change artists

DDeden said...

Hawaiian: Lau lima lau lama = many hands (paddling together in synchrony) many torches/campfires (indicates a village as seen from distance in canoe)

lama = apa(Mbuti)/api(Malay)

DDeden said...

preambulo of tletl blog 2008:

note: translation has errors eg. " tletl: t/l/network/t/l" translated from "t/l/red/t/l." red(sp) = net(e)/rete(Latin) while red(e)=rojo(sp)

aco(N)=desde lo alto/pasado, hasta inglès, ago(E)=aco(N), tambièn

pasado: pass/path/past + ago/al/of

añadimos: aqui(N/verbo)=entrar/aquì(sp/adverbo)/aq(egipciaco)=entrar.

entrar(Sp): endura(Mbuti) endo(Greek)

aqui(N): acquire, acquiesce: to accept/assent(cf ascent)/submit passively —often used with in


dag/tag (Ger) = day
(nauatl) tlac/t/g = tlacatli (N) = day = dia (Span) = hari (Malay)

(Malay) hari: day
matahari: eye/center of day(midday)/sun
pusat: center; titik: point/tip

tag day dia tlacatli hari
what is midday in spanish & Nauatl?

DDeden said...

addit:

(Malay) hari: day
pagi: morning
Malay, german & English, good morning
Span, french, good day (am)
(Nauatl) tlacatli day

but One standard way to say hello is "Cualli tonalli", which literally means "good day" (cualli = good, tonalli - day, Sun).

to|nalli ~ mata|hari

DDeden said...

kadoor (Heb) ball/sphere
equator/ecuador/floor/door all from midline of ball = dome base
kwekwel (PIE) - wheel
gulu (Ch) kolo (Pol) are related to kadoor

tonALLI/tlACTLI(N)/pAGI(M)/hARI(M)/mATIn(Fr)

DDeden said...

window(early no glass), from Old Norse vindr|auga wind+eye

auger from nauger from OE nafogar from nafa(Mbuti apa, knob) wheel hub + gar (spear); nau PIE ship


adder from naeder serpent

ballot (ital.) small ball, OE beall
bead from gebed(OE) prayer rosary
banquet from banc/bench
library liber inner bark (Latin)
tea/chai from old Chin drai/dre(dry/dye/drain/rind/rim; perhaps writ was dried ink/tannin cf rete/root/wrote/rett/rotten)

DDeden said...

tletl iberia post:
olotl(N)=corncob
cob from apa-hub, core/t also
corn/grain = grind kernals on quern
cel/celtin(N)={whole, separated} only/alone

Karhu(Finn)=bear, Karthunen(Oldest Finn Clan){my classmate Panu Varjonan}=ka/Ca(r)th/tonen=Ca Tonatiuh(N)= Sun/Tona ca/being=Katonah(Amerind Chief/Town,NY)=Ca(n)ton(Swiss)

Squeez/quiza(N) stop {acquit, squish, pitstop}

DDeden said...

naeder serpent
naga snake (Hindu)
natrix N Am water snake
(relates snake to needle/nadala/nal & sodium/natrium)

"...let that read, the phallic number of the Deity, CiuaCoatl(N)=Lady Snake is the Mother of Mankind, also the Defense and Public Works Minister of the Aztecs. "

DDeden said...

Now, 2013 being the "year of the water snake"