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Joannes Richter (2017-2018)

A retrospective view on my linguistic studies


At the end of the year 2018 I decided to invest some precious time in a retrospect at my studies.

Tools
The year 2018 was to be dominated by a extension of the storage & publishing tools from Scribd
(jwr47) and Google (in English: The Hermetic Codex, JWR_4_7) to Academia (JoannesRichter
[with 35 document] and Joannes richter [with 53 documents])1. Academia is helpful in feeding me
with similar topics and papers.
The usage of 3 languages (English, Dutch, German) helps to document quotations in their source
code without too much translations. I know the usage of color marks may be unprofessional, but it
helps me to find keywords and I do not work with editors, who are telling me how to illustrate my
papers.
The response on Scribd and Google is poor, but I use these tools to search my own database for
topics. Only Academia gives me some encouraging response from readers. I do not really need the
response, because the topic is too isolated from the mainstream interest. I do not need the response
and feel free to choose my topics independently from any organization.

1 In using Academia I forgot an old registration with an old login and password, which allows me to login to 2 storage
areas. Academia seems to have joined these sections to one common storage platform with 87 (or 88 ?) documents.
The summary of linguistic & historical research

The vowel patterns


The course of research is the philosophical core in language. I remember the origin started with the
symbolism of the vowels I and U, which obviously dominated religion (IU-piter) and society
(justice). The vowels (A,E,I,O,U,Y) had been spread over the Latin and Greek alphabets. In theory
the central position of the alphabet had been reserved for the Yod (“I), the beginning was an “A”
and the terminating symbol was another vowel “Ω” or “U”.

The correlation iéu o-o Diéu


Generally the religions seemed to have been based on the vowels, which in some languages had to
be hidden. I found the magical correlations (such as iéu o-o Diéu) between the personal pronouns of
the first person singular (iéu = “I” in Provencal) and the divine names (Diéu in Provencal).

The Provencal concatenation of “d” & “iéu” → “diéu” [“I say”]


In The Art of Designing Languages I documented the Provencal concept of appending the singular
form of the personal pronoun “iéu” (“I”) to a root “d” for “saying”, “s” for “being”, “r” for
“laughing”, “v” for “seeing” in (“d” & “iéu” → “diéu” [“I say”]), respectively “s” & “iéu” →
“siéu” (“I am”), “r” & “iéu” → “riéu” (“I am laughing”) and “v” & “iéu” → “viéu” (“I see”).

The magical correlations in Germanic languages


These magical correlations however did not work for the Germanic languages, which had their own
correlations between the personal pronouns of the first person dual (wit = “we two”) and the divine
names (“Tiw” and “Wotan”). I identified these Germanic keywords at the first three runes ᚠ, ᚢ, ᚦ of
the Futhark alphabet ᚠᚢᚦᚩᚱᚳ respectively ᚠᚢᚦᚬᚱᚳ (Younger Futhark).
Further investigation revealed four deities inside the elder Futhark (ᚠᚢᚦᚩᚱᚳ): (1) Tuw and (2) Wut
(as Wotan), respectively (3) Thor and (4) Rod.
In the initial keyword ᚠ, ᚢ, ᚦ of the Futhark alphabet the initial rune ᚠ seemed to behave like
digamma joker, which could represent various phonemes /w/, /v/, /u/, /y/, /i/ and even /j/ in
Jutland, /g/ in Gotland. The ᚢ might represent the /u/ and /o/ and the ᚦ could be used for /th/, /d/ and
/t/, which allowed the initial keyword ᚠᚢᚦ to be translated as “wit” (“we two”, “to wit”, wisdom),
“wut”, “vot”, “fit”, “fut”, “fot”, etc....

The link between Germanic and Greek dual forms


The keyword “wit” (ƿit “we two”, “to wit”, wisdom) also might correlate with the personal pronoun
νῶϊ (“we two”) in Homer's archaic Greek language.
The alternative word wit (mind) is written and spoken as the dual form of the pronoun wit (“we
two”), but nobody seems to discover the analogy between both English words nor the correlation to
the Greek translations νόος (nous) for wit (mind) respectively νῶϊ (“we two”) for wit (“we two”)2.
The English words wit (mind) and wit (“we two”) may be identified in the first 3 letters of the runic
Futhorc-alphabet.

2 Notes to the Philosophical “Nous”-Concept


The missing dual forms in Mediterranean languages
Instead of the Roman sources nos we may also identify the imported Greek dual form νῶϊ (noi, “we
two”) as a source for the Mediterranean personal pronouns for the 1st person.
In the course of time the Mediterranean languages lost the dual form and used noi and voi as
common plurals, which eventually were to be extended by an extra redundant symbol „-otros” („-
others”). This is the same mechanism, which occurred in Iceland by defining the archaic dual
pronoun Við (“originally we two”) as the modern plural form.3
Portuguese (at the Atlantic coast), Romansh (Alpine Switzerland) and Walloon (Belgium) probably
never have been influenced from the language of the Hellenic colonists. These remote regions may
never have felt the impact of the dual form and did not introduce noi, noi or nos-”others”,
respectively vos-”others”.
In contrast Italian, Dalmatian, and Sicilian belonged to the languages near or in the Hellenic
colonies and have been equipped with pronouns such as noi, noialtri, respectively voi, voialtri.4

The symbolism in Slavic language


In a website I found a claim that the Slavic deity Rod is the creator of all gods. Rod was the patron
of crops, birth, family. All of these nouns in all Slavic languages have the root of the word ROD.
“Relatives”, “family”, “birth”, “nature”, “people”, and these are all words containing “ROD” in
their root. I checked this claim in the Northeuralex-database and found an impressive correlation for
“Rod” and the word-categories town, family, parents, people, kind, be born. Several words could be
found in Slavic languages5.

The St. Vituscult


In order to ban the pagan “Vit”-deities the missionaries introduced a Sicilian saint Saint Vitus,
transported his relics to the northern countries such as Frisia, Northern Germany and the Slavic
territories, where they organized the building of churches, monasteries and chapels, which were
dedicated to St. Vitus.6

King Chilperic's 4 Letters


Recently I discovered the correlation between King Chilperic's 4 Letters uui (as a symbol Δ), ω (as
a symbol Θ), the (as a symbol Z), and æ (as a symbol Ψ) and the 4 letters of the initial keyword
ᚠᚢᚦᚬ in the alphabet ᚠᚢᚦᚬᚱᚳ (Younger Futhark)7. In analogy to the Claudian letters King Chilperic's
proposed adaptation of the Latin alphabet failed and has been forgotten at the end of the
Merovingian dynasty.
As a side-effect I discovered The Symbolism of Hair Braids and Bonnets in Magical Powers, which
explained why the archaic sculptures had been equipped with pairs of bonnets. The real function of
these bonnets may be most practical as a storage space for the long hair braids of the ancient priests
and kings. This explains the bonnets in the sculptures of Holzgerlingen, Pfalzfeld and the Celtic
prince of Glauberg

3 Modern Icelandic plural form of those pronouns ('við' and 'þið') are what were the dual number form, while the old
plurals ('vér' and 'þér') are now only used in formal speech.
4 Notes to the usage of Nos and Vos, Nosotros and Vosotros
5 The "Rod"-Core in Slavic Etymology
6 A Scenario for the Medieval Christianization of a Pagan Culture
7 King Chilperic's 4 Letters and the Alphabet's Adaptation
The antipodes “me” ↔ “we” and “mid” ↔ “wiþ”
We may claim that the prepositions (in Dutch:) “met”, (in English:) “mid”, (in German:) ”mit”
respectively (in Dutch:) “weder”, (in English:) “wiþ”, (in German:) “wider”) behave like dual
forms, which have been derived from the accusative personal pronoun “me” (singular), respectively
nominative “we” (plural) by adding a “þ” or “t”.
The cooperative couple “Adam and Eve” would formulate themselves as “mid” (“me two”) and the
adverse couple “Cain and Abel” would formulate themselves as “wiþ” (“we two”). Obviously the
dual forms for these personal pronouns were also to be used as prepositions “mid” (“cooperative”)
respectively “wiþ8” (“adverse”)9.

8 Unfortunately the English language did not really stick to the original pattern and misunderstood the principle by
mixing up both definitions “mid” and “wiþ”.
9 In English, Dutch and German the dual form is still alive
Overview Academia-publications J. Richter (Status: 27.12.2018)

Statistics Academia-publications J. Richter (Status: 27.12.2018)


The following overview lists Joannes Richter's statistics and publications in Academia.edu (between
07.10.2017 and 27.12.2018):
Title Views Downloads
The Common Root for European Religions 53 36
A Structured Etymology for Germanic, Slavic and Romance Languages 54 34
Notes to the Philosophical " Nous " -Concept 47 18
De 4 letters van koning Chilperik I en de aanpassing van het Frankenalfabet 42 17
Encoding and decoding the runic alphabet 40 16
The Art of Designing Languages 43 15
The Role of the Slavic gods Rod and Vid in the Futhorc-alphabet 20 15
The hidden Symbolism of European Alphabets 17 14
The Descendants of the Dual Form " Wit " 29 13
In English, Dutch and German the dual form is still alive 35 12
The “Rod”-Core in Slavic Etymology 34 12
Notes to the Dual Form and the Nous-Concept in the Inari Sami language 116 11
Notes to the usage of the Spanish words Nos and Vos, Nosotros and Vosotros 25 9
Over het ontwerpen van talen 25 8
Over het filosofische Nous-concept 15 8
The Sky-God, Adam and the Personal Pronouns 13 8
Designing an Alphabet for the Runes 20 7
Etymology, Religions and Myths 6 7
The Symbolism of Hair Braids and Bonnets in Magical Powers 45 6
A Scenario for the Medieval Christianization of a Pagan Culture 18 5
The Divergence of Germanic Religions 23 5
Deciphering the Symbolism in Runic Alphabets 6 4
In het Nederlands, Duits en Engels is de dualis nog lang niet uitgestorven 26 3
Von den Völkern, die nach dem Futhark benannt worden sind 5 3
Die Entzifferung der Symbolik einer Runenreihe 1 2
King Chilperic's 4 Letters and the Alphabet's Adaptation 4 1
The Unification of Medieval Europe 5 1
Die Rekonstruktion der Lage des Drususkanals 2 1
Notes to the book TIW 1 1
Über die Evolution der Sprachen 0 0
Een scenario voor de middeleeuwse kerstening van een heidens volk 2 0
De correlatie tussen de dualis, Vut, Svantevit en de Sint-Vituskerken 0 0
The Correlation between Dual Forms, Vut, Svantevit and the Saint Vitus
8 0
Churches
Notities rond het boek Tiw 2 0
Die Wörter innerhalb der „Futhark“-Reihe 0 0
Table 1 Statistics Academia publications J. Richter (Status: 27.12.2018)
Overview Academia-publications J. Richter (Status: 27.12.2018)
The following overview lists Joannes Richter's publications in Academia.edu (between 07.10.2017
and 27.12.2018):
Nr. Title Source
0 1 King Chilperic's 4 Letters and the Alphabet's Adaptation JR
0 2 De 4 letters van koning Chilperik I en de aanpassing van het Frankenalfabet JR
0 3 The Symbolism of Hair Braids and Bonnets in Magical Powers JR
0 4 The Antipodes in PIE-Languages JR
0 5 In het Nederlands, Duits en Engels is de dualis nog lang niet uitgestorven JR
0 6 In English, Dutch and German the dual form is still alive JR
0 7 The Descendants of the Dual Form " Wit " JR
0 8 A Structured Etymology for Germanic, Slavic and Romance Languages JR
0 9 The “Rod”-Core in Slavic Etymology JR
1 0 Encoding and decoding the runic alphabet JR
1 1 Über die Evolution der Sprachen JR
1 2 Over het ontwerpen van talen JR
1 3 The Art of Designing Languages JR
1 4 Notes to the usage of the Spanish words Nos and Vos, Nosotros and Vosotros JR
1 5 Notes to the Dual Form and the Nous-Concept in the Inari Sami language JR
1 6 Over het filosofische Nous-concept JR
1 7 The Common Root for European Religions JR
1 8 A Scenario for the Medieval Christianization of a Pagan Culture JR
1 9 Een scenario voor de middeleeuwse kerstening van een heidens volk JR
2 0 The Role of the Slavic gods Rod and Vid in the Futhorc-alphabet JR
2 1 The Unification of Medieval Europe JR
2 2 The Divergence of Germanic Religions JR
2 3 De correlatie tussen de dualis, Vut, Svantevit en de Sint-Vituskerken JR
2 4 The Correlation between Dual Forms, Vut, Svantevit and the Saint Vitus Churches JR
2 5 Die Rekonstruktion der Lage des Drususkanals JR
2 6 Die Entzifferung der Symbolik einer Runenreihe JR
2 7 Deciphering the Symbolism in Runic Alphabets JR
2 8 The Sky-God, Adam and the Personal Pronouns JR
2 9 Notities rond het boek Tiw JR
2 0 Notes to the book TIW JR
3 1 Von den Völkern, die nach dem Futhark benannt worden sind JR
3 2 Designing an Alphabet for the Runes JR
3 3 Die Wörter innerhalb der „Futhark“-Reihe JR
3 4 The hidden Symbolism of European Alphabets JR
3 5 Etymology, Religions and Myths JR

Table 2: Overview Academia publications JoannesRichter (Status: 27.12.2018)


Nr. Title Source
3 6 The Symbolism of the Yampoos and Wampoos in Poe's “Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym Jr
from Nantucket”
3 7 Notizen zu " Über den Dualis " und " Gesammelte sprachwissenschaftliche Schriften " Jr
3 8 Ϝut - Het Nederlandse sleutelwoord Jr
3 9 Concepts for the Dual Forms Jr
4 0 The etymology of the Greek dual form νώ (νῶϊ) Jr
4 1 Proceedings in the Ego-pronouns' Etymology Jr
4 2 Notities bij „De godsdiensten der volken“ Jr
4 3 The Role of *Teiwaz and *Dyeus in Filosofy Jr
4 4 A Linguistic Control of Egotism Jr
4 5 The Design of the Futhark Alphabet Jr
4 6 An Architecture for the Runic Alphabets Jr
4 7 The Celtic Hair Bonnets Jr
4 8 Die keltische Haarhauben Jr
4 9 De sculpturen van de Walterich-kapel te Murrhardt Jr
5 0 The rediscovery of a lost symbolism Jr
5 1 Het herontdekken van een vergeten symbolisme Jr
5 2 De god met de twee gezichten Jr
5 3 The 3-faced sculpture at Michael's Church in Forchtenberg Jr
5 4 Over de woorden en namen, die eeuwenlang bewaard gebleven zijn Jr
5 5 De zeven Planeten in zeven Brabantse plaatsnamen Jr
5 6 Analysis of the Futhorc-Header Jr
5 7 The Gods in the Days of the Week and inside the Futhor-alphabet Jr
5 8 Een reconstructie van de Nederlandse scheppingslegende Jr
5 9 The Symbolism in Roman Numerals Jr
6 0 The Keywords in the Alphabets Notes to the Futharc's Symbolism Jr
6 1 The Mechanisms for Depositing Loess in the Netherlands Jr
6 2 Over het ontstaan van de Halserug, de Heelwegen en Heilwegen in de windschaduw van Jr
de Veluwe
6 3 Investigations of the Rue d'Enfer-Markers in France Jr
6 4 Die Entwicklung des französischen Hellwegs ( " Rue d'Enfer " Jr
6 5 De oorsprong van de Heelwegen op de Halserug, bij Dinxperlo en Beltrum Jr
6 6 The Reconstruction of the Gothic Alphabet's Design Jr
6 7 Von der Entstehungsphase eines Hellwegs in Dinxperlo-Bocholt Jr
6 8 Over de etymologie van de Hel-namen (Heelweg, Hellweg, Helle..) in Nederland Jr
6 9 Recapitulatie van de projecten Ego-Pronomina, Futhark en Hellweg Jr
7 0 Over het ontstaan en de ondergang van het Futhark-alfabet Jr
7 1 Die Etymologie der Wörter Hellweg, Heelweg, Rue d'Enfer, Rue de Jr
l'Enfer und Santerre
7 2 The Etymology of the Words Hellweg, Rue d'Enfer and Santerre Jr
7 3 The Decoding of the Kylver Stone' Runes Jr
7 4 The Digamma-Joker of the Futhark Jr
Nr. Title Source
7 5 The Kernel of the Futhorc Languages Jr
7 6 De kern van de Futhark-talen Jr
7 7 Der Kern der Futhark-Sprachen Jr
7 8 De symboolkern IE van het Nederlands Jr
7 9 Notes to Guy Deutscher's "Through the Language Glass" Jr
8 0 Another Sight on the Unfolding of Language Jr
8 1 Notes to the Finnish linguistic symbolism of the sky-god's name and the days of the week Jr
8 2 A modified Swadesh List Jr
8 3 A Paradise Made of Words Jr
8 4 The Sky-God Names and the Correlating Personal Pronouns Jr
8 5 The Nuclear Pillars of Symbolism Jr
8 6 The Role of the Dual Form in Symbolism and Linguistics (Oct 17, 2017) Jr
8 7 The Correlation between the Central European Loess Belt, the Hellweg-Markers and the Jr
Main Isoglosses
8 8 The Central Symbolic Core of Provencal Language (Oct 7, 2017) Jr

Table 3: Overview Academia publications Joannes richter (Status: 27.12.2018)


Contents
A retrospective view on my linguistic studies......................................................................................1
Tools.................................................................................................................................................1
The summary of linguistic & historical research.............................................................................2
The vowel patterns......................................................................................................................2
The correlation iéu o-o Diéu.......................................................................................................2
The Provencal concatenation of “d” & “iéu” → “diéu” [“I say”]...............................................2
The magical correlations in Germanic languages.......................................................................2
The link between Germanic and Greek dual forms....................................................................2
The missing dual forms in Mediterranean languages.................................................................3
The symbolism in Slavic language.............................................................................................3
The St. Vituscult..........................................................................................................................3
King Chilperic's 4 Letters ..........................................................................................................3
The antipodes “me” ↔ “we” and “mid” ↔ “wiþ” ...................................................................4
Overview Academia-publications J. Richter (Status: 27.12.2018)..................................................5
Statistics Academia-publications J. Richter (Status: 27.12.2018)...............................................5
Overview Academia-publications J. Richter (Status: 27.12.2018).............................................6

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