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Axioms of the vocabulary


I.  Axiom:        Every word is an invention, a spiritual product.

II. Axiom:        The same vocabulary can’t be formed twice during history. One can’t

 step twice in the same river.

III. Axiom:        It is a basic mathematical statement:

    If                a = b = c is true

   than            a = c must be true

IV. Axiom:        One can’t reconstruct the forgotten words from a defective Vocabulary.

  There is no turning back in the history of languages.

V. Axiom:        Two word-roots with identical meaning and sounding are

           really one and the same word-root.

Explaining with other words: 

                         Two words with identical pictures as described by their word-roots are

                                   the pronunciation-variants of one and the same root.

 At the dawn of humanity, everything was named by its spectacle.

 Every word-root was the name of a spectacle.

The sense-giving picture of a word-root does not change by varying

the pronunciation of its name.

Most word-roots have been used with diverse pronunciations at different areas of the same language territory. Those variations multiplied further by using different languages like (Hu) KÖR (circle), (Eng) CHURCH or (Ger) KIRCHE. The meaning of them can vary as well. Examples: the root of the words Kirche, church, circular, kör <koer> (circle), kert (garden), keret (frame), Slav gorod or after metathesis grad and köröz <koeroez> (cruising) means a circular built or encircled, enclosed territory and a circular, not strait movement. (In the case of church, the archaic places of worship were round, as Stonehenge and many early Christian churches.)


The basic idea of all is kör <koer> (circle) – more accurately – the imaginary picture of a circle, being kerek (round) – or moving not strait. The group of kör is just one of many word-clusters.

This kind of word-building principle is an inheritance of our

early common ancestors.

 VI. Axiom:        Everything was developed out of the simplest condition.

 VII. Axiom:        The unproductiveness of archeological and other investigations, to learn

 about our past history, can prove nothing.

 (We can’t project the results of our actual fruitless observations

upon our past.) 

VIII. Axiom:        Humans being able to communicate in written form, are certainly

    familiar with numbers and write numerals as well.

 IX. Axiom:         If a rule works than it exists.

(In other words: if a law successfully performs in a system,

we cannot have doubt in the reality of this  system.)

The Living Language
of the Stone Age

Anima Könyv:
The Living Language of the Stone Age
(Eurasia’s Nostratic Language)
by Csaba Varga 2003 / 2009


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