ARACHNE (ÖRÜNCEH) ELEATIC SCHOOL and BIR-O, Part-5

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"ARACHNE" ("ÖRÜNCEH"), "ELEATIC SCHOOL" and Turkish "BIR-O", Part-5:

(Continued from Part-4)

Additionally, the names ANTIMACHUS and XENOPHANES, who are said to be
Colophonians, are also important to note. We have the following
information about them:

"ANTIMACHUS (late 5th century BC), Greek poet and scholar. A native of
Colophon, Antimachus wrote epic and elegiac poetry that is now lost
but was much admired by Plato and imitated by Apollonius Rhodius.
More importantly, he produced the first known 'edition' of the works
of Homer, anticipating the scholar poets of Alexandria by a century or
more". [21]

This statement indicates that Homer's works have been edited and
manipulated by ANTIMACHUS and also later by the Alexandrian poets.
This brings to mind the question: how truthful were these editors of
Homer's works to the language that Homer used in his writings? Did
they Hellenized Homer's works? Were they the ones who altered by way
of anagrammatizing the character names appearing in the Iliad and
Odysseus epics? At that time, since there was much anti-Turanian
activities aimed at destroying the ancient Turanian trinity sky-god
religion and civilization that this is highly probable. Even the name
ANTIMACHUS is an indicator of this animosity.

For example, the name ANTIMACHUS is a composite name comprised of ANTI
+ MA + CHUS (KUS) where where the Greek word "ANTI" is an anagram of
Turkish "ITAN" (iten) meaning "he who rejects", or alternatively,
"that which opposes"; MA is Turkish MA meaning "magnificent" and also
"moon"; CHUS is an anagram of Turkish "OKUS" (OGUZ, GUZ, KOZ/KÖZ,
GÖZ,) meaning OGUZ the "eye', "fire", "bird" and "Oguz". Thus, the
name "ANTIMACHUS" has meanings of:

a) "He who rejects the magnificent OGUZ", i.e., "the trinity Sky-God",

b) "He who rejects the magnificent Eye", i.e., "the sun-god",

c) "He who rejects the magnificent Fire", i.e., the Sun, and

d) "He who rejects the Moon Eye", i.e., "the Moon-God".

The implication of all this is that ANTIMACHUS was an opposer of the
ancient Turanian Sun, Moon and Sky-Father-God religion and was most
likely an anti-Tur/Turk person. There were many organizations having
names like ANTIMACHUS, ANTIGONUS (from Turkish expression: "ITEN
GUNEShi") meaning "against the sun" or "he who rejects the sun",
ANTIOCHUS again meaning "Against OKUS/OGUZ". After Alexander the
Great, there were a whole set of Greek rulers of Anatolia who had the
title ANTIOCHUS and also were busy in dismantling and changing the
Turkic character of the ancient world of Anatolia and the Middle East.
ANTIOCHUS I, king of Commagene was one of them. While they all took
anagrammatized Turkish titles to exalt themselves, yet they were
anti-Tur/Turk. Somehow, history is so lull about their activity of
confusing and obliterating the Turanian language and the civilization
of those times.


About XENOPHANES we have:

"XENOPHANES (c. 570 - c. 478 B.C.), Greek poet and philosopher.
Xenophanes left his native Colophon c. 545 BC when Ionia fell to the
Persians and lived the rest of his life in exile, mostly in Sicily. A
philosophical poet, he attacked HOMER and HESIOD for their treatment
of the gods, and his theological ideas had far-reaching influence. He
also wrote epics on the foundation of Colophon and Elea and was
regarded by Plato as founder of ELEATIC SCOOL." [22]

The name XENOPHANES is a title made up from "KHENOPHANES" where X =
KH. When decrypted letter-by-letter as "KENESH O P HAN", it becomes
the Turkish expression "GUNESH O aPa HAN" (Günesh o apa han) meaning
"Sun is that Lord Father". This title while on one hand describes the
Sun-God, and on the other it dignifies the person XENOPHANES himself.
Like many other ancient names, this one also shows that most
accomplished persons in ancient times took for themselves a "sky-name"
or a "surname" after the Turanian "Sky-God". Such titles were
formulated in Turkish with words and phrases and then were
anagrammatized into their final unrecognizable form.

The name "ELEATIC SCOOL" is said to have been named after the town
ELEA or VELIA in Lucania in Italy, birth place of PARMENIDES and ZENO
who, in the eyes of some people, are regarded as the founders of the
ELEATIC school of philosophy. In Latin its substantive form being: a)
eleates, b) eleatae,; its adjective form is given as: a) "eleaticus",
b) "eleatica", c) "eleaticum". [23]

PARMENIDES (b. c. 515 BC), is said to be a Greek philosopher, born in
ELEA, is related to ELEATIC School. His title is very much from the
Turkish expression "PIR MEN ADESh" meaning "Only I am the fire". This
is readily achieved by changing the places of A and I in the name and
separating the Turkish words from each other. The title defines the
SUN ("Sun-God") which is the only source of "FIRE". This Greek
philosopher, like many other Greeks, also has taken the name of the
sun described by a Turkish phrase to elevate himself. In his
anagrammatized name, the Turkish words are: "PIR-MEN" (Bir-Men/Ben)
meaning "Only I am", "ADESh" (Atesh) meaning "fire" are used to
describe the Sun and himself. This again shows how widely Turkish was
spoken in the ancient world and used by the Greeks and others.


ELEATIC is said to be a school of philosophy where supposedly the
concept of "universal unity of being" was developed. PARMENIDES argues
that "what exists must be one, eternal, indivisible, motionless, and
changeless". [24]

With respect to this notion by Parmenides, it must be noted that the
ancient Turanian Sky-god religious concept had been saying this
philosophy all along for thousands of years. Evidently, this fact has
been conveniently ignored altogether as if it never existed. The
ancient Turanian concept of "Unity of Sky-GOD" was defined by Turkish
expression "BIR-O" meaning "it is ONE", "it is Unity" and its
variations "PIR-O", "PER-O", "PERU", "AS ER O", "HAN-O", "ASER",
USER, etc.. The Turkish name ASER (One-Man, Peerless-Man) and USER
(Wise-Man) appear in the king titles of the ancient Masarians over and
over again. The Masarian symbol for "ASER" as "AS-ARU" ("AS ER U",
"I-ARU", "Bir Er O") consisting of the symbol of a "plant" and a
"bee" symbol representing the King of Masar (so-called ancient
"Egypt") as ruler of both the Southern Masar (Suten (Sudan) and
Northern Masar, i.e. the Nile delta area. This concept ruled the
beliefs of Turanian peoples for thousands of years before the ELEATIC
philosophers of ELEA or VELIA discussed the concept of BEING. The
so-called "pagan" world of Turanians knew it and lived it. Yet, the
ancient Greeks seem to have ignored its already known existence and
re-invented it, and thus claiming as if they developed the idea
themselves. This again seems to be another usurpation from the
ancient Turanian civilization.

Turkish word "O" is not only a name of "The Sky-God" but is also the
symbol of "zero" representing "emptiness". When Sky-God "BIR-O" ("AS
ER O") is pointed in the sky, "One and Peerless Sky-God-Man" is meant.
But, this Turkish term in a subtle way also means "One emptiness" or
"A ZERO" which again shows the "duality" aspect of Sky-Father-God (Bir
Ata Tanri).

It must be noted that even the term "ZERO" ("SIFIR" or "SIFIR O") is a
form of Turkish expression "AZ ER O" and "AS ER O". Hence,
philosophically, "AS ER O" (BIR O) and "A ZERO" (BIR SIFIR) are
related to each other and are two aspects of the same Sky-Father-God.
Thus, it can be said that the mathematical concept of "ZERO" was also
invented together with the concept of "ONE-SKY-GOD" by ancient
Turanians.

Another form of "AS ER O" is "aZ ER O". While "AS ER O" means "One
peerless man he is", thus, referring to the Sky-God, "AZ ER O" means
"Small man he is" or "Zero man he is" referring to "man". Indeed
"MAN" is an "AZ ER" or "A ZERO" with respect to Sky-God concept.
While "man" dies and becomes "zero", Sky-God does not die and is
forever.

Additionally, while Turkish "AS" means "unity", i.e., "one", in its
"AZ" form it means little, scarce, less, few, small" and in its lowest
limit is "ZERO" (SIFIR). Thus, opposite "1" is "0", that is, "ONE and
ZERO" or "BIR-O" which is referring to the "duality" aspect of the
"Sky-Father-God" again implying in one sense "GOD EXISTS" and in the
other "GOD DOES NOT EXIST".

It is curious to note that the term "AS ER O" is also Turkish "A SER
O" where "A" as the first letter of the alphabet has the numerical
value of "ONE", and thus the expression becomes Turkish "BIR SER O"
meaning "It is One HEAD". All of these refer to "GOD" as well as to
the human "head". For example, Sun (Sun-God) and Moon (Moon-God) each,
symbolically, is a "HEAD" (bash) in the sky. Turkish expression "BIR
SER O" can also be taken as "BIR SIR O" meaning "It is One MYSTERY".
Indeed, not only the Sky-God, but also the "human head' and similarly
the "head of all animals" are "mysterious" in all of their workings.
All of this linguistics in Turkish show the beauty and the
mysteriousness of the Turkish language which can express many things
with few words.

Philosophically, the meaning of all this in Turkish is the duality
aspect of GOD, that is, "GOD IS" and "GOD IS NOT" implying that to
some people "there is God" and to others "there is no God". However,
when we take the SUN as the life giver to all things on earth, there
is no question that "There is the Sun-God UTU (OT O). This ancient
Turanian duality concept of GOD probably ruled the ancient people's
lives for thousands of years.

This duality concept of GOD is also embedded in the Turkish sayings
about GOD: Turkish word "OLMADI" meaning "IT IS BEING", that is, "it
is becoming into existence", and "OLMADI" meaning "IT IS NOT BEING",
that is, "it was not born". Similarly, in all other Turkish verbs,
such as "OKUMA" (reading) "OKUMA" (dont read), "YAZMA" (writing) and
"YAZMA" (do not write), etc. both have the same form. The Turkish
word/suffix "MA" is both positive and negative at the same time as an
infix. This is a very unique characteristics of the Turkish language.
Again it reflects the duality aspect of the ancient Turanian Sky-God
concept in the Turkish language.

In Islamic religion, this concept is adopted as "OLMADI" meaning "it
was not born" implying that "God always existed" and "ÖLMEDI" meaning
"it did not die" as attributes of GOD. As it is seen, these are
different attributes of ancient Turanian Sky-GOD concept all expressed
in Turkish. It must be noted that only in Turkish are these two
opposing concepts written in the same way. The "unity" concept of GOD
is immortalized in the Turkish numeral name "BIR" meaning "ONE".
Turkish word "BIR" is the name of ancient Turanian Sky-GOD. Thus it
can be taken as "aBa IR" meaning "Father Man" and "BI-R" (Bey ER)
meaning "Lord Man" referring to Sky-God. Similarly, the English
numeral name "ONE" is the anagrammatized form of the Sumerian name
"ANU", i.e., the Sumerian Creator Sky-God, and Turkish word "HANU"
(HAN O) the name of the creator Sky-Father-GOD. So is the name "NOAH"
anagrammatized from Turkish word "HANO".

As seen from all of this Turkic background information, the so-called
Greek concepts of "unity", "the one", "atom"; "it is" vs "it is not",
etc., attributed to the Greek Eleatic School of philosophy are all
embedded in the religious concepts of ancient Turanian Sky-God
religion expressed in Turkish language contrary to coloring imparted
by disinformation.

Even the word ELEATIC is from Turkish expressions as its source. It
seems that concept is devised as source for a new religion intended to
replace the ancient Turanian "BIR O" (PIR O) religion of Oguz the
Sky-God.

The name ELEA or VELIA, with V=Y, in one meaning is from Turkish
expressions "EL ÖYÜ" and "YEL ÖYÜ" meaning "House of Wind". Even the
name LUCANIA is a Sky-God name and is an anagram of Turkish "AL KUN
ÖYÜ" (Al Gün Öyü) meaning "the house of Red Sun", and "ULU KAN ÖYÜ"
(Ulu Han ÖyÜ) meaning "the house of the Great Sky Lord". The name
LUCANIA is like the Turkish city name KONYA which is from Turkish
expression "KUN OYU" (Gün Öyü) meaning "House of Sun" and/or "KAN ÖYÜ"
(HAN ÖYÜ) meaning "the house of Sky-Lord". That is, probably, why it
has been a center of religion for the ancient Turkish peoples for a
long time. KONYA has been the residence for the world famed Turkish
MEVLANA CELALEDDIN-i RUMI where he praised the "Shems", i.e., the
"SUN-GOD" in his elaborate writings, contrary to some ignorant
people's pejorative interpretations.

The name "SHEMS" or "SHAMASH" the Semitic word for SUN have been
anagrammatized from Turkish phrase "ISHIMISH" meaning "it has
alighted" and "ISIMISH" meaning "it is hot", refers to the "SUN". It
is like the Turkish term "ISTAN" meaning "GOD" also come from the same
Turkish source of "ISHITAN" meaning "that which illuminates" and
"ISITAN" meaning "that which heats" both referring to the "Sun-God".
The term "SHEMS-I TEBRIZ", in one meaning, has the meaning of: "Shems
from Tebriz" signifying as if a person named "Shems" from the city of
"Tebriz". This is a cover up meaning for the real hidden meaning
expressed by the exalting Turkish phrase: "ISHIMISH BIR ATA-BIR'IZ"
meaning "We are one alighted Father-ONE" and "We are one Burning Sun".
By this expression, he not only admits that he is the believer of the
ancient Turanian trinity Sky-God OGUZ religion (BIR-ATA-TANRI,
GÜN-TANRI, AY-TANRI), but also exalts himself to the level of that
supreme deity. This also shows that the name of the ancient Turkic
city of "TABRIZ" is after the name of the Sky-God "ATA-BIR AZ" meaning
"Peerless Father-One".

The so-called Greek name "ELEATIC" is, in one meaning, an anagram of
Turkish "EL-ATA'CI" (YEL-ATA'CI) meaning "believer of the "Wind
Father" (Wind God). Evidently, they designed this name to suite their
"wind believing" religion. Ancient Middle Eastern wanderers were
"wind-god" believers. Additionally, the term "ELEATIC" is also an
anagram of Turkish "ELE-ATA'CI" ("ALA-ATA'CI") meaning "believer of
the spotted father", that is, "believer of the Moon". Moon is a
"celestial spotted entity" because of its crater spots on its face.
The ancient wanderers of the Middle East were also the believers of
the "Moon-Father", particularly the "Black Moon-Father" which has come
to present times.

In ancient Turanian world, Turkish "AL ATA" meaning "Red Father" was
Sun-Father; "ALA ATA" meaning "the spotted father" was Moon-Father;
and "ULU ATA" meaning "Great Father" was the Great Sky-Father God.
Additionally, "EL ATA" meaning "Wind Father" was the name for the
wind-god. Wind (El/Yel) was regarded as sacreed like many other
natural forces. All of these references to sky-god concept were made
in Turkish. EL-ATA represented the "AIR", i.e., "HAVA" in Turkish.
Surely, "HAVA", like "SU" (water) is a god without which no life can
be. It is easy to see that the so-called Greek name ELEATIC is nothing
but all these Turkish names rolled into one and claimed as Greek in
origin. Evidently, this ancient Turanian civilization, so-called
"PAGANISM" was usurped and obliterated by cabalists of ancient
Middle East.

XENOPHANES being related to ELEATIC SCHOOL indicates that he was
involved in the philosophical interpretation concept of ancient
Turanian Sun, Moon and the Sky-Father-God religion. The term
"PHILOSOPHICAL", when decrypted as "PHILI SOPHOLAC" or "FILI SOFOLAK",
is an anagram of Turkish expression "SOFULUK-BILI" (SOFULUK BILGISI)
meaning "knowledge of being religious".

Another interesting evidence is that Ion (Ay-Han) Colophonians were
removed from their city by Lysimachus, one of the generals of
Alexander the Great, and transferred to the new city of Ephesus. The
Colophonians returned to their old city after his death in 281 B.C. If
Colophonians were "Greek" would they be displaced from their ancient
city by this Greek general of Alexander the Great? It is likely that
the Colophonians were displaced because they were non-Greek people,
that is, they were Tur/Turk (Saka) people and more like the Lydians
and Phrygians in culture, language and ethnicity.

REFERENCES:

[21] Graham Speake, "A Dictionary of Ancient History", Blackwell
Publishers, Oxford, UK, 1994, p. 38.

[22] Graham Speake, "A Dictionary of Ancient History", Blackwell
Publishers, Oxford, UK, 1994, p. 679.

[23] Cassell's Latin-English Dictionary, 1987.

[24] Graham Speake, "A Dictionary of Ancient History", Blackwell
Publishers, Oxford, UK, 1994, p. 466.

Best wishes to all,

Polat Kaya

October 31, 2003