Thursday, October 29, 2015

Over the possible name and possible meaning of Macedonia

Comparative methodology Comparative method In linguistics,is a technique for studying the development of languages by performing a feature-by-feature comparison of two or more languages, as opposed to the method of internal reconstruction, which analyzes the internal development of a single language over time. Ordinarily both methods are used together to reconstruct prehistoric phases of languages, to fill in gaps in the historical record of a language, to discover the development of phonological, morphological, and other linguistic systems, and to confirm or refute hypothesized relationships between languages. The comparative method was developed over the 19th century. Key contributions were made by the Danish scholars Rasmus Rask and Karl Verner and the German scholar Jacob Grimm. The first linguist to offer reconstructed forms from a proto-language was August Schleicher, in his Compendium der vergleichenden Grammatik der indogermanischen Sprachen, originally published in 1861.  .. Subjectivity of the reconstruction The reconstruction of unknown proto-languages is inherently subjective. In the Proto-Algonquian example above, the choice of *m as the parent phoneme is only likely, not certain. It is conceivable that a Proto-Algonquian language with *b in those positions split into two branches, one which preserved *b and one which changed it to *m instead; and while the first branch only developed into Arapaho, the second spread out wider and developed into all the other Algonquian tribes. It is also possible that the nearest common ancestor of the Algonquian languages used some other sound instead, such as *p, which eventually mutated to *b in one branch and to *m in the other. Since reconstruction involves many of these choices, some linguists prefer to view the reconstructed features as abstract representations of sound correspondences, rather than as objects with a historical time and place. The existence of proto-languages and the validity of the comparative method is verifiable in cases where the reconstruction can be matched to a known language, which may only be known as a shadow in the loanwords of another language. For example Baltic-Finnic languages such as Finnish have borrowed many words from an early stage of Germanic, and the shape of the loans matches the forms that have been reconstructed for Proto-Germanic. Finnish kuningas 'king' and kaunis 'beautiful' match the Germanic reconstructions *kuningaz and *skauniz(>German König 'king', schön 'beautiful'). -1 Lets compare Greek’s given meaning with some of Mediterranean languages:  Arabic :Tall-Tawil,Long-Tawil,Highlander-Reefiy; Catalan:Tall-Alt;Long-llarg;Highlanders-gent de la muntanya; Spanish-Tall-Alto;Long-Largo;Highlander-Montaniero;... We have not connection at these languages .Why and how come not to ? Now lets put at this way Make -Mother All around the Globe not only Mediterranean Ma mean Mother ? he very first ever recorded name/tittle for God is the word Ma ? His symbol is the one above |`- God..2 All of archaeologist will agree that this is the very first word for  God. All of the linguistics will agree that this is the letters used for spelling of the word for  God. But none of them will say that these are letters for describing of God at femine form.as Her ,or as Mother As far as we know for those ancient times two things must to be pointed :  - matriarchy as kind of religious form and - cult of maternity  According to those facts we must to have a bit of different description |` Goddess instead of |` God  and Her very first recorded and shortest as well form of Ma  So we certainly have  | -consonant or "M" `-vowel or "a" joined together as the very first word  |`= Ma  "Make" in many other languages means many other things except mother..." That is quite correct   I am claiming that  as a word Make has got its root at the word Mama  As neologism of the word  Makedonia or Make+Don+ia , Make is neologism for it self make up from joining of two words Ma+Ma or Mama. At Hindi  This is the word standing for Mama   माँ   or Mām̐  And it so , and no one could say that  Mām̐ it is not shorten from Mama. And it is Mama because here they are two  symbols joined together as one  माँ  = two symbols  First one is  |`  Second one is so called fish symbol . So we have  माँ  = 1 + 1 or  माँ  = |` +  ﻻ  Where  ﻻ - is rotated so called fishy symbol. Lets moving foreword have a bit of search into the symbols  The pre-Christian history of the fish symbol:  The fish symbol has been used for millennia worldwide as a religious symbol associated with the Pagan Great Mother Goddess. It is the outline of her vulva. The fish symbol was often drawn by overlapping two very thin crescent moons. One represented the crescent shortly before the new moon; the other shortly after, when the moon is just visible. The Moon is the heavenly body that has long been associated with the Goddess, just as the sun is a symbol of the God. The link between the Goddess and fish was found in various areas of the ancient world: # In China, Great Mother Kwan-yin often portrayed in the shape of a fish # In India, the Goddess Kali was called the "fish-eyed one" # In Egypt, Isis was called the Great Fish of the Abyss # In Greece the Greek word "delphos" meant both fish and womb. The word is derived from the location of the ancient Oracle at Delphi who worshipped the original fish goddess, Themis. The later fish Goddess, Aphrodite Salacia, was worshipped by her followers on her sacred day, Friday. They ate fish and engaging in orgies. From her name comes the English word "salacious" which means lustful or obscene. Also from her name comes the name of our fourth month, April. In later centuries, the Christian church adsorbed this tradition by requiring the faithful to eat fish on Friday - a tradition that was only recently abandoned. # In ancient Rome Friday is called "dies veneris" or Day of Venus, the Pagan Goddess of Love. # Throughout the Mediterranean, mystery religions used fish, wine and bread for their sacramental meal. # In Scandinavia, the Great Goddess was named Freya; fish were eaten in her honor. The 6th day of the week was named "Friday" after her. # In the Middle East, the Great Goddess of Ephesus was portrayed as a woman with a fish amulet over her genitals. The fish symbol "was so revered throughout the Roman empire that Christian authorities insisted on taking it over, with extensive revision of myths to deny its earlier female-genital meanings...Sometimes the Christ child was portrayed inside the vesica, which was superimposed on Mary's belly and obviously represented her womb, just as in the ancient symbolism of the Goddess." 4 Another author writes: "The fish headdress of the priests of Ea [a Sumero-Semitic God] later became the miter of the Christian bishops." 5 The symbol itself, the eating of fish on Friday and the association of the symbol with deity were all taken over by the early Church from Pagan sources. Only the sexual component was deleted. Ma+Ma=MakE Those two Ma+Ma words are marked at the word Make , with a letter E 
So we have got MakE  E = dual As far as I found it, at the present standard literary Macedonian language have these letter E examples for dual : Hands -racE Legs -nozE And It is so . At Macedonian , we have got these way of vowel stream A E I O U And it is a princip that letter A goes for singulare ,and letter I going for plural word expressions.In between two of them letter E been used for dualistically word expressions. A- singulare E-dual I- plural According to this order we have this "metamorphose" for Mothers as the word MajkA -sing. MajkE- dual MajkI -plural _______________ Source 1-http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparative_method#cite_note-64
2-Dr. Stephen Guide, “The Thracian Script Decoded -1”, Institute o Transcendent Science, Sofia, 2006. page.120 Internet resource: http://www.institutet-science.com/dictb.htm
4. B.G. Walker, "The Woman's Encyclopaedia of Myths and Secrets", Harper & Row, San Francisco CA (1983), Page 313-314  5. J.C. Cooper, op cit, Page 15.  Internet source http://www.religioustolerance.org/chr_symb.htm