The roots of the term AUTOCRACY are from Turkish, Part-10

"ARACHNE" ("ÖRÜNCEH"), "AUTOCRACY", Part-10:

(Continued from Part-9)

Along with the political system definitions, described in previous
parts of this writing, there are also the terms "AUTOCRACY" and
"TIMOCRACY" supposedly coming from Greek. Let us now analyze the term
"autocracy" and some other words related to it.

AUTOCRACY is defined as being from Greek "autokrateia" meaning: "1.
independent self-derived power; absolute supremacy. 2. Uncontrolled
authority of an autocrat; supreme government by an individual" [37]

The Greek term AUTOKRATEIA, due to cryptic nature, has embedded in it
a number of Turkish expressions describing the system of "autokrateia"
as follows:

a) The Greek term AUTOKRATEIA, when decrypted letter-by-letter as
"OTU-AKA-ITARE", is an anagram of Turkish expression "OTU AKA ITARE"
(Odur aga idare, odur keyfi idare) meaning "It is the ruling of a
lord", that is, an arbitrary ruling by a lord who is not bound by any
law since his words alone constitute the law . Thus the Greek term
AUTOKRATEIA includes the Turkish terms: "OTU" (odur) meaning "it is",
"AKA" (Aga) meaning "lord" and "ITARE" (idare) meaning "ruling", all
anagrammatized into one word. Of course the meaning attributed to the
term AUTOKRATEIA is based on these Turkish words. Hence, contrary to
all "etymological" disinformation spread by dictionary writers, the
term AUTOKRATEIA has its roots in the Turkish language. Those Turkish
roots have been intentionally suppressed from public view.

b) The Greek term AUTOKRATEIA, when decrypted letter-by-letter in
another way as "OT AKA ITARE U" meaning "It is the ruling of a Fire
Lord". This expression identifies the ruler as someone who rules with
severity, that is, by causing torture or torment to the ruled people.
Even burning may be one of the harsh ruling means. In other words, the
ruler rules with absolute authoritarian power. Thus, this decryption
of the Greek term AUTOKRATEIA includes the Turkish terms: "OT" (od)
meaning "fire", "AKA" (Aga) meaning "lord" and "ITARE" (idare) meaning
"ruling", and "U" (O) meaning "he/she/it is", all anagrammatized into
one word. The expression also refers to the rule of the SUN ("OT AKA"
meaning "Fire Lord") as exercised on everything in its environment.
The Sun's lone power is an absolute and self generated and
self-sufficient ruling.

In this regard, AUTOKRATEIA can also be seen as an exalting title for
the autocrat since it contains "UTU AKA ITARE" meaning "Sun-Lord
Ruling" as if the autocrat is the Sun-God. Ancient SUN worshipping
Turanian rulers declared themselves as the representative of Sky-God
on earth, thus, they deified themselves. With this ruling concept
they had the absolute authority in the land just as the "SUN" has
absolute rule in the sky. The term UTU was the name of the Sumerian
SUN-GOD which is the same as the Turkish expression "UT U" (OT O", "OD
O") meaning "it is fire". UTU is embedded in the term AUTOKRATEIA.
With this concept, all rulers took titles for themselves that in some
way referred to the Sun.


There is also the Greek term APOLUTARXIA meaning "autocracy". With
X=KH in the Greek alphabet, this term becomes APOLUTARKHIA which when
decrypted letter-by-letter as "PUL AKH ITARA O", is the anagram of
Turkish expression "PUL AGA ITARA O" (O pul-aga idare) meaning "It is
the ruling of the Money Lord". There is yet to be found a money lord
employer that does not rule autocratically. This Turkish expression
again defines the concept of "autocracy" quite clearly. In this
system, the power of "money" is used as a basis for "autocratic"
ruling. Of cource, such a ruling is also called by the term DESPOTISM
from the term DESPOT.

The Greek term DESPOTISMOS is another word meaning "autocracy". When
the word is decrypted as "ISM DESPOTSO", it is from Turkish "ISMI
DESPOTCA" meaning "its name is 'acting like a despot'". In this
expression the term "DESPOT" is a Greek term which itself is likely an
anagram from Turkish. This we investigate below.

The term DESPOT is defined as "autocrat, Greek Orthodox Church despot,
title of Christian rulers" [38] Additionally, Webster's dictionary
gives the following definition: [39]

"DESPOT [from Greek "despotes" meaning "master, lord".] 1. A title
signifying "master" or "lord", formerly applied to : a) Byzantine
emperor and princes. b) Bishops and patriarchs of the Greek Church. c)
Hereditary princes, nobles, or military leaders in the Italian cities,
especially of the 14th and 15th centuries. 2. An absolute ruler;
autocrat: now, usually, a tyrant."

It is to be noted that in old times the Karaci people (Gypsies) were
also called "POSHA" in Turkish. This name also reminds us of the
Turkish title "PASHA" meaning the military general. Turkish PASHA is
the head of large military unit, such as an army, or a head of a
province or a state as a governor. He is the executive head,
administrator and the territorial leader of an area with full
authority to rule. With this background information, when the term
"DESPOTES" is decrypted as "POSSEDE T", it can be an anagram of
Turkish expression:

a) "PASh IDI ATI" (bashdi adi), SS = Sh, meaning "his name is 'head'",
that is, "he is the head man". The human "HEAD" is always the
"absolute ruler" of the body. With this understanding, "head" is a
"despot", an "autocrat" with respect to the rest of the body. It is
no wonder that Byzantine emperors and princes, and the bishops and
patriarchs of the Greek Church called themselves "DESPOT". Because
they were the "heads" (head men) of the state and the "church".

b) "PAShADI ADI" meaning "his name is miltary general or governor".
Thus they took the Turkish word "PASHA" describing a military general
of the Turkish army or the "governor" of a province and anagrammatized
it to make the word "DESPOT". As indicated above, the title "DESPOT"
was used by the Greeks for their "masters" and "lords".

c) "POShADI aTI" (POShADI aDI, Çingenedi adi, Karacudu adi) meaning
"his name is gypsy". This again defines those Byzantine "DESPOTS".

Evidently, the Turkish expressions, "bashdi", "pashadi" and "poshadi"
together with the word "ADI/ATI" were changed into the word "DESPOTES"
identifying themselves as "masters" and also as "Gypsies". Thus even
the so called Greek word "DESPOTES", and similarly "despot", has its
roots in Turkish.

In Turkish military, a "PASHA" (a general), in order to achieve the
needed discipline in the army acts as an authoritarian. His orders
are not questioned. Whatever he orders is done for him. Even the
Turkish term PASHA is from Turkish "BASH O" meaning "He is the head"
(i.e., head man, top man).

Similarly, a "BISHOP" and a "PATRIARCH" of the Greek Church are heads
of the religious organization. In fact, the term BISHOP is an anagram
of Turkish "BASH APA" meaning "Head Father" referring to his position
in the Church hierarchy. In church diction, priests are referred to
as "father", "padre", "peder". The term "PATRIARCH", when decrypted
as "APA-R-CHTIR", is an anagram of Turkish "APA eR eÇETIR" meaning
"Father is the head man of the house". The ancient Turkish word "EÇE"
is a dual identity word meaning "head of the house" which can be a man
or a woman. The Turkish expression "APA eR eÇETIR" also refers to the
ancient Turanian Sky-God, particularly the Moon-God.

Thus it becomes clear that all of these so-called Greek and/or English
terms are actually made from Turkish expressions.

Another term for "autocracy" is the term "DICTATORIAL" said to be
from Latin "DICTATOR' and Greek "DIKTATORIKOS".

The term "DIKTATORIKOS", when decrypted as "K-DITIK-ITAROSO", is an
anagram of the Turkish expression "aKa DETIK ITARASU" ("Aga dedik
idaresi) meaning "ruling by whatever the Lord says". This is exactly
the definition of the term "dictatorial", that is, whatever the "lord"
says , it is done accordingly. Thus the roots of the Greek word
"DIKTATORIKOS" is, in fact, in Turkish despite its Greek language appearance.

The term "dictator" is defined as one who dictates. Hence, it is said
to come from the Latin term "dictate" which itself is a form of the
Latin "dictare" meaning "to say". [40] or Latin "dico" [41] and its
derivatives "didicere" and "dicere" meaning "to say , speak, tell,
mention". Additionally, from "dictum" meaning a "word, saying,
speech"; Latin "dictio" meaning "saying, speaking, talk"; "dictito"
meaning "to say often, reiterate, assert repeatedly"; "dicto" meaning
"to say over, dictate a thing to be written, hence, to get written
down". All of these are related to the concept of "saying".

Now let us examine some of these Latin words:

DICTIO, when decrypted as "TIDIC-O", with C = K, is an anagram of
Turkish "TEDIK O" (dedik o) meaning "it is an order", "it is speech
that must be taken as a command".

DICTITO, when decrypted as "TIDICTI O", with C = K, is an anagram of
Turkish expression "TEDIKTI O" (dedikti o) meaning "it is an order"
which again is an authoritative saying.

DICTUM, when decrypted as "TDICUM", with C = K, is an anagram of
Turkish expression "TeDIKUM" (dedigim) meaning "my words, my orders".

DICTARE, when decrypted as "ER-TADIC", with C = K, is an anagram of
Turkish expression "ER TEDIKi" meaning "words of man", "man's speech",
or "sayings by man"..

In Turkish, a few expressions using the concept of "DEDIK" are as
follows: [42]

a) "DEDIGI DEDIK" meaning "his word is law", "what ever he says is
law" which is an expression of "autocracy" (dictatorship). Thus,
Turkish word "DEDIK" means "final word", "order", "command", "final
saying" and "final judgement". The root of the word is Turkish "DE/DI"
(söyle, de, konus, söz et) meaning "speak, say, tell" as the
expression "dedigi dedik" shows. The Turkish root word "DE" or "DI"
is the stem of the verb "de-mek" and it is in its command form in
Turkish.

Thus, the Latin "DICTA", when decrypted as "TADIC", is an anagram of
Turkish "DEDIK". It must be noted that the word "DICTATION", when
decrypted as "TADICINTO", is an anagram of the Turkish expression
"TEDIKINTU" (dedigindu) meaning "it is what you say", "it is your
order". In "dictation" somebody's words are listened to and written
down by somebody without alteration.

The Turkish word "DE/DI" also appears in Sumerian as "DI". [43] In
one meaning of the Sumerian word "DI", it is said to mean "judgement"
and "lawsuit".

Sumerian "DI-TIL-LA" means "legal decision, verdict". [44] This is
very much the same as the Turkish expression "DI TILLI" (DE DILLI)
meaning "in the language (tongue) of judgement and command" which is
court language. Turkish "TIL" (DIL) means 'language, tongue". The
Sumerian suffix -LA" must be the Turkish suffixes -LI, -LU, -LÜ
meaning "with". Thus, Turkish "DI-TIL-LI" would mean "with 'order'
language" which explains the "legal decision" meaning of the Sumerian
word "DI-TIL-LA".

Sumerian "DI-KUD", meaning "judge", is nothing but the Turkish
"DE/DI-KADI" (karar kadisi) meaning "the judge that makes decision" or
"KADI demesi", kadi sözü) meaning "decision by Judge" or "judgement".

The term in Akkadian for "judge" is given as "DAIANU" [45] which is
an anagram of Turkish expression "DEIEN U" ("deyen o", "diyen o")
meaning "he is the sayer", "he is the judge". Thus, this Akkadianword
has also been anagrammatized from Turkish. Obviously, the Turkish
word "DE/DI" has been utilized extensively by many languages contrary
to denials and disinformation.

Of course, all of this also makes the Sumerian and Turkish not only
the same but also at least contemporary with each other.

b) Regarding the Turkish word "DEDIK", there is another Turkish
expression in the form of [46]: "kumandanin dedigi dediktir" meaning
"what the commander says goes" or "what the ruler says is law". In
other words, one who says (gives) such commands is obstinate,
insistent and authoritative all of which again refer to "autocracy",
"dictatorship" and "despotism".

Along the same lines, there is the so-called "Latin" word "DICTATOR"
which is defined as: "In Rome, an extraordinary magistrate, elected in
emergency and granted absolute power; elsewhere, a chief magistrate".
[47]

With this definition, "DICTATOR":

a) when decrypted as "TADIC-RTO", is an anagram of Turkish expression
"DEDIK eRTU" meaning "he is the ordering man" or "he is man of
orders".

b) when decrypted as "TADICTOR", is an anagram of Turkish expression
"TADIKTOR" (DEDIKTUR) meaning "It is an order", as in Turkish "dedigim
dediktur" meaning "What I say is an order", i.e., as in the command of
a dictator.

The reader will note here the simplicity and power of
anagrammatization. Those who used this technique in coming up with new
words for different languages knew Turkish extremely well and knew
what to do with it by distorting it. For example, take the Turkish
word "TADIKTOR" (DE-DIK-TUR) of point b) as the source. Relocate the
first syllable "DE" after syllable "DIK" to form "DIKDETUR". Some
further vowel alteration and consonant refinement magically produces
the Indo-European word "DICTATOR". Finally, one provides a bogus
etymology (e.g., saying that it originates from Greek or Latin) and
the usurpation becomes complete.

c) when decrypted as "TOR-TADIC", is an anagram of Turkish expression
"TUR DEDIKI" (TUR dedigi) meaning "What God says" or "The word of God"
where Turkish TUR is "God". Additionally, the saying "TUR DEDIKI"
means "what Tur/Turk (Oguz) says" implying "obstinacy and
stubbornness".

All these relate the term "DICTATOR" to an absolute authority such as
"God" and mortal stuck up "Lords", but all are explained in Turkish.
Hence, the roots of the term "DICTATOR" are in Turkish contrary to
misleading etymologies given in dictionaries.

Even the term "DICTIONARY", when decrypted as "TADICON-YRI" is an
anagram of the Turkish expression "TEDIKUN YeRI" ("dedigin yeri",
"sözlerin yeri") meaning "place of what you say" or "place of words".
The dictionary is exactly the place where one finds out all about words.

The Latin term "DICTATURA" meaning "dictatorship", when decrypted as
"TDUC-ITARA", is an anagram of Turkish "TEDUK ITARA" (DEDÜK IDARA"
meaning "order ruling" or "ruling by orders".

>From all these, it is clear that all these Latin words have also been
anagrammatized from Turkish expressions, otherwise there could be no
such correspondence possible.

The term "autocracy" also relates itself to the Greek term
"AUTOKRATORIA" meaning "empire". The term "AUTOKRATORIA", when
decrypted as "ATU-KORO-ITARA" is the anagram of Turkish expression
"ATU KARA ITARA" meaning "its name is "BLACK" ruling" or "its name is
"evil" ruling". Same is also understood when the word is decrypted
as "OTU-KARA-ITARO" which is again an anagram of the Turkish
expression "OTU KARA ITARA" ("odur kara idare") meaning "it is the
black ruling".

Similarly, the Greek term "AUTOKRATWR" meaning "emperor", has several
meanings:

a) when decrypted as "ATU KORATWR" is an anagram of Turkish expression
"ATU KARATUR" (ADU KARADUR) meaning "its name is BLACK". The color
"black" represented "evil" in ancient religious understanding. This
religious belief in "black" was made evident by the followers of some
religions wearing "black" as symbol of their beliefs.

"Black" represented the "KARA HAN" (BLACK LORD). For example, when
people mourn their dead loved ones, they wear "black" indicating the
loss of loved ones to death. So "death", although natural and
unavoidable, is regarded as "evil" and "black". But, devoted belief in
"black" as being the color of "god" can darken the outlook of the
believer and prepare the believer to do "black" or "evil" things
readily. Autocrats, whether religious or not, do seem to show a
darkened heart to those around them.

b) the Greek word "AUTOKRATWR", when decrypted as "ATU KORA TWR" is an
anagram of Turkish expression "ATU KARA TUR" ("ADI KARA TUR", "ADI
KARA TANRI", "ADI KARA HAN") meaning "its name is 'Black TUR'", "Its
name is 'Black Sky-God'" or "its name is Black Lord" respectively, all
defining a Black God. Another ancient term in Turkish for this
concept is the term "ERLIKHAN" indicating the "Lord of the
underground" (see"Shamanism" by Mircae Eliade). This clearly indicates
that "AUTOKRATORIA" is a "Black" ruling" or an "evil" ruling" system.

The ancient Greek name "KRONOS" is an anagram of Turkish expression
"KARA HAN UZ" meaning "We are Black Lord" or "Black Lord Uz" which
religiously stands exactly for the "Black Sky-Lord'. The Turkish word
UZ and GUZ are also the designation of the name "OGUZ". In Greek
mythology, Kronos was "god" until he was replaced by his son "Zeus".
In Turkish mithology, OGUZ-HAN also replaced his father the KARA-HAN
(see Bahaeddin Ögel, "Türk Mitolojisi", Milli Egitim
Bakanligi,Istanbul, 1971, p. 3). In this mitholgy, OGUZ-HAN is the
Sun as we have identified before. Before the birth of SUN, there was
"black space" in the space that our solar system presently occupies.
Hence, in this respect, the black space of the universe was the
"father" or the "mother" of all stars, like sun, and also of all other
objects of interplanetary space that were born in it.

This religious belief in "black", "darkness", "night", "night sky",
"not seing" and the evil that springs forth from this "black" state is
the opposite of believing in "white", Sun", Sunlight", "daytime",
seing, "goodness to all". Thus "White" and "Black" are two opposing
entities which is ever present on earth and in the universe. It seems
that in order to avoid "autocracy" on earth and among human beings, a
"balance" must be maintained between the opposing forces.

Similarly, English term AUTOCRAT is defined as being [from Greek
"autokrates", from "auto" self + "kratos" strength]. An absolute
sovereign; a monarch ruling by claim of absolute right; a despot."
[48]

With these definitions, the Greek term "AUTOKRATES", when decrypted
letter-by-letter as: "ATU KOR ATES", is an anagram of Turkish
expression "ATU KOR-ATESh" meaning "Its name is glowing fire" which
refers to the SUN and the ancient Turanian SUN-GOD. The Sun and hence
the "Sun-God" is the only ABSOLUTE and supreme RULER of the sky. No
one can dispute the fact that the SUN (the glowing fire) has had that
absolute supremacy since its birth. The Sun has independent
self-derived power; absolute supremacy and uncontrolled authority on
all things that happen in its environment. Thus the SUN is the
absolute "autocrat" of our solar system. So too is gravity which has
its own rules.

An "EMPEROR" is also an "autocrat". Its Latin form is IMPERATOR. The
French word EMPEREOR means the "sovereign or supreme monarch of an
empire," [49] from French "imperare" to command, from "IN" meaning
"in" plus "PARARE" meaning "to order"".

Despite this etymology, the term EMPEREOR (emperor):

a) when decrypted letter-by-letter as "ME-PER-ER-O" is the Turkish
expression "MA BIR ER O" meaning "One Magnificent Man He is". This
expression may be a true indication of the emperor as a person, or a
cover up for his autocratic beliefs. As the head of an empire, surely
he would be regarded as" one magnificen man" by many.

On the other hand, the expression "MA BIR ER O" in the form of "MA,
BIR-O, ER or RE/RA" means "Moon-God, The Sky-Father-God and Sun-God".
Thus, the emperor, by such a title, deifies himself in Turkish in a
grandiose manner as the trinity Sky-God.

b) when decrypted letter-by-letter as "PORE-EREM" is an anagram of
Turkish expression "PARA EREM" (para erim) meaning "I am money man"
indicating that he is a "money lord".

c) when decrypted letter-by-letter as "PORE-EMER", is an anagram of
Turkish "PARA EMER" meaning "he sucks money" or "takes away money from
others pitilessly" indicating that he is an "exploiter". This he can
do because of his absolute power.


The Latin word "IMPERATOR" can also be similarly analyzed.

a) the word "IMPERATOR" when decrypted as "ME-PIR-AT-R-O" and read
phonetically as in Turkish, is an anagram of Turkish expression "One
Magnificent Father Man He is". An "imparator" as the head of the
empire, may be regarded as the "father figure" of the state.

b) The term "IMPERATOR", when decrypted as "MA PIR OT ER", is an
anagram of the Turkish expression "MA BIR OD ER" meaning "he is One
Magnificent Fire Man" referring to the Sun-God. The ancient Masarian
Sun-God was identified as ER, RE or RA.

c) The term "IMPERATOR", when decrypted as "PIR-O MA'TER", is an
anagram of the Turkish expression "BIR-O MA TUR" meaning "Only He is
Magnificent TUR". Here again he deifies himself as the Sky-God TUR.

Thus, throughout this writing, we have again shown that not only was
the Greek word "autokrateia", that is, "autocracy", made up from
Turkish, but also other related Greek and Latin words were also made
up from Turkish expressions. The usurpation was extensive and
complete. The anagrammatization was executed with such great skill
that an excellent camouflage was provided for each case. The
manufacture of each word was an independent project. There are many
evidences that the fabricating of words for different European
languages were done in a coordinated fashion so that they could be
related to each other yet somewhat different from each other. This is
done with simple variations in the source Turkish text by utilizing
the various conjugation modes of the Turkish verbs in the source text.
Evidently, the Greeks, Latins and the Semitics knew and spoke Turkish
in ancient times with great facility and utilized it with great skill
in making anagrams out of it. This led to the formation of the
Indo-European and Semitic languages. The new religions were the
driving force for the creation of the new tongues.


REFERENCES:

[37] Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 1947, p. 72.

[38] Türkçe - Ingilizce Redhouse Sözlügü, Istanbul, 1987, p. 287.

[39] Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 1947, p. 274.

[40] Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 1947, p. 280.

[41] Cassell's Latin - English and English - Latin Dictionary", p. 67-68.

[42] Türkçe - Ingilizce Redhouse Sözlügü, Istanbul, 1987, p. 276.

[43] C. J. Gadd, "A Sumerian Reading - Book", Oxford At the Clarendon
Press, 1924, p. 180.

[44] C. J. Gadd, "A Sumerian Reading - Book", Oxford At the Clarendon
Press, 1924, p. 180.

[45] C. J. Gadd, "A Sumerian Reading - Book", Oxford At the Clarendon
Press, 1924, p. 180.

[46] Türkçe - Ingilizce Redhouse Sözlügü, Istanbul, 1987, p. 276.

[47] Cassell's Latin - English and English - Latin Dictionary", p. 68.

[48] Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 1947, p. 72.

[49] Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 1947, p. 326.


Best wishes to all,

Polat Kaya

January 14, 2004