Roots of the term PLUTOCRACY are from Turkish, Part-7
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"ARACHNE" ("ÖRÜNCEH"), "PLUTOCRACY", Part-7:
(Continued from Part-6)
In the previous section we showed that the term "ARISTOCRACY" had its
source in Turkish. We have another similar term that needs to be
examined. The term "PLUTOCRACY" means "government by the wealthy,
also, a controlling class of rich men." Etymologically, "PLUTOCRACY"
is said to be from Greek "PLOUTOKRATIA" which itself is said to be
from Greek "ploutos" meaning "wealth".  and 'kratia" from
"kratos" to "rule".
The Greek term "PLOUTOS" has several Turkish expressions as its
a) PLOUTOS, when rearranged letter-by-letter as "PULSOTO" where the
final "S", that is, the Greek "sigma" is a multiple identity symbol in
anagrammatizing Turkish, i.e., particularly used in replacement of
Turkish letters "C, Ç, Z, S, and Sh", is an anagram of Turkish
expression "PULCUTU" meaning "he is money man". This Turkish
expression refers to someone who has plenty of money and wealth. The
Turkish word "PUL" means "money", infix or suffix -CU designates
professionalism, and suffix -TU is the verbal suffix of verb "to be'
for 3rd person singular. Similar to Turkish word "PUL" there is
another similar Turkish word "POL" (BOL) which means "plenty" or
"wealth". Thus, the Greek word "PLOUTOS" is also related to Turkish
"POL" (BOL). For example, another related Greek word is "POLY",
meaning "plenty", which is actually an anagram of Turkish expression
"POL U" (BOL O) meaning "it is plenty" or "it is many", where the Y is
really a U in disguise.
b) PLOUTOS, when rearranged as "PUL-OTOS" or "PL-OTOSU" can also be
taken as the anagram of the Turkish expression "PUL ATASU" meaning
"the money-father" which again points to a rich man.
All of these are also verified by the definition of another so-called
"Greek" word "PLUTUS" which is described as "god of wealth" in Greek
mythology. . "PLUTUS" is a deity personification of "money and
wealth" or "money man". Of course, again the term PLUTUS is nothing
but the anagram of Turkish expression "PULCUTU" or "PUL aTaSU" as
Thus both Greek words PLOUTOS and PLUTUS have been manufactured from
Turkish expressions that use the root words "PUL" and/or "POL" (BOL)
and the Turkish suffixes -CU, -SU and -TU. contrary to all linguistic
disguise and disinformation.
In the definition of PLUTOCRACY, the ending "CRACY" is said to be from
Greek 'kratia" from "KRATOS" meaning "strength, rule". The Greek word
"kratos" also has the form of "kratous" again meaning "state;
dominion; rule; power". 
First of all, the term "KRATIA" contains the Turkish term "ITARA"
(idara, idare) meaning "ruling" indicating that Greek word "KRATIA"
has been manufactured from Turkish. The correspondence cannot be due
Additionally, the term KRATOUS is an anagram of a number of Turkish
words which are close to each other in form but have separate
meanings, with the Turkish C changed to S, the term "KRATOUS" gives us
the following decrypted meanings in Turkish:
a) "KRATOUS", decrypted as "KUROSTA", is an anagram of "KURUShTU"
meaning "it is money". Money is power and money rules.
b) "KRATOUS", decrypted as "KRUSOTA", is an anagram of Turkish word
"KuRUCUTU" (kurucudu) meaning "it is founder".
Thus these definitions refer to the power of "money' which of course
is used to establish and maintain political systems. In other words,
Hence, with this background information, and with the "K" replaced
with "C", the Greek word "PLOUTOKRATIA", when rearranged
letter-by-letter as "PULTO ITARACO", is really an anagram of Turkish
expression "PULTU IDARACU" (PULDU IDARECI) meaning "money is the
ruler". This again verifies the meaning of the Greek word
"PLOUTOKRATIA" and also the meanings that we found above for its
Similarly, we can do the analysis of the term "PLUTOCRACY". The
English ending "CRACY" itself is an anagram of a number of Turkish
words which are close to each other in format but have separate
meanings. With first C=K and Y=U:
a) "CRACY" can be taken to be from Turkish/Arabic "iCRACU" meaning
"manager, administrator, executor"; and
b) "CRACY" is from "KuRUCU" meaning "founder".
With these definitions, the English term "PLUTOCRACY" has its roots in
the Turkish source texts of 1): "PULTU ICRACU" meaning "money is the
manager" or "money is the administrator", and 2): "PULTU KURUCU"
meaning "money is the founder", both describing that in the system of
"PLUTOCRACY" rich men and their money are the "rulers".
Thus it is evident that both the Greek PLOUTOKRATIA and English
PLUTOCRACY are made up from Turkish expressions and have their roots
in Turkish contrary to the given etymology. It is amazing how
effective the simple technique of "anagrammatizing" Turkish
words/phrases is in manufacturing words for different languages.
All of these correspondences between Turkish expressions and the
so-called "Greek" words are not due to coincidence. They are due to
man made manipulations. Clearly, those ancient cabalist priests and
linguists have not been truthful about the source of the Greek
language. Evidently the builders of the Indo-European languages, like
those of the Semitic languages, had an unlimited Turkish source for
manufacturing new words. When the ancient Greeks were formulating
their words, the Turkish language was the universal language.
Unfortunately, not only the Turs/Turks have been conned and put into a
deep sleep regarding their ancient roots, but also the world public
have been conned. Turs/Turks have been alienated from their ancient
past so much that they do not question the validity of what Greeks
and/or others say.
 Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 1947, p. 765.
 Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 1947, p. 765.
 Dictionary", D. C. Divry, Inc., Publishers, New York 1988, p.
Best wishes to all,
December 30, 2003