Part-8: About the name "LEO"

Part-8: ABOUT THE NAME "LEO"


By POLAT KAYA

(continued from Part-7)

The name "LEO" [LION from Latin "LEO" or "LEONIS", Greek "LEWN"] [61]
appears not only in the titles of a number of Byzantium (Beyistanum)
kings but also in the titles of Christian popes (some thirteen of
them). One could understand a king taking on the name "LEO" perhaps
because he wants to be remembered as fearless or brave as a lion. But
why would a religious leader take on the name of LEO -unless the name
has a religious context. The religious context of the name LEO comes
from the fact that these kings and popes were representatives of "EL"
the wind-god which was the wanderer peoples' adversary-god to the
ancient Turanian Tur/Turk peoples' "AL" representing the Sun-God (the
ancient Turkish Oguz trinity religion was comprised of the sun, the
moon and the Sky-Father-God).

The wanderer peoples, starting with the Akkadian invasion of the land
of Sumer, who manufactured all of their "gods" from the Sumerian
pantheon by changing their god names into non-Sumerian or non-Turanian
names. While ANU was the chief Sumerian creator god, Sumerian ENLIL,
the wind (storm) god (YEL-HAN) was adopted as the chief deity of the
wanderers of the Arabian peninsula. Thus the name LEO, vocalized as
"LEYO, is a personification of the "wind", that is, "YEL O" meaning
":it is wind" in Turkish, rather than the "LEO" the "Lion".

In other words, the name "LEO" is an anagram of the Turkish phrase
"YEL O" meaning "It is wind". In Judeo-Christianity, anothe name
representing "God" based on Turkish EL/YEL is the name IMMANUEL
supposedly meaning "God with us" from Hebrew "immanuel". [62]

The name EMMANUEL or IMMANUEL, meaning from Hebrew "God with us"
[63], is an anagram from Turkish "MEN MA YEL" meaning: a) "I am
Magnificent Wind" thus, referring to the "Wind-God"; or b) "MEN U
ELEM" or "MEN U YELIM" is the Turkish expression "MEN O YELIM" or "MEN
O YELEM" meaning "I am that wind" which is another way of saying "God
with us". The name Immanuel is a concept modelled after the ancient
Turkish concept of "O MEN" and Tur/Turk Masarian "AMEN" (AMON) for the
creator Sky God. The Turkish term "O MEN" means: 1. "That Man"
referring to the Sky-God, and 2. "He is me" or "I am Him" indicating
that God created "man" in his image, or viceversa. In this ancient
Turanian concept "God" and "man" are regarded as parallel.
Similarly, in the name IMMANUEL, the "wind" is personified as "god"
and additionally, it states "I am that wind" which in one context says
"I am Wind-God" but in another context says "I am that wind follower".
These are all plays on words using Turkish language done esoterically.
Being "esoteric", that is, "lying beyond ordinary comprehension" has
been the main doctrine of the wanderers since ancient times.
After the Greek and other wanderer (gezginci, garaci) groups turned
away from the very ancient true Sky-God Oguz religion of Turan, by
another name "Paganism", they became the followers of the storm-god EL
in addition to the Kara-Han (Black Lord). This "wind" deity of the
wanderers was portrayed (i.e., disguised) by a "human hand" coming out
of the sky. [64] One such picture is shown among many mosaics on the
ceiling of the 11th Century church in Phocis, Greece, dedicated to
Hosios Loukas (probably anagrammatized from Turkish "OGUZ ULU GÖZ"),
the holy hermit Luke. In the caption of the picture it says:

"In one squinch Christ is shown being immersed by John the Babtist in
the waters of the Jordan while angels hold his clothes. The Holy
Spirit descends upon Jesus in the form of a dove bearing an olive
branch. The heavenly Hand pointing at Him from above represents God
the Father, who proclaims: "Thou art My beloved Son; with Thee I am
well pleased."

Whether or not God made such a pronouncement is very questionable but
there are two things that are very clear. One, the "wind", which is
"YEL" in Turkish, is a "spirit", and two, the "hand" that is coming
out of a dark (kara) source in the above described mosaic is "EL" in
Turkish meaning "hand". (Please see the picture on page 106 of this
reference).
Another such source is the picture given on page 2 of the book
entitled "CULTS" by Michael Jordan [65]. In this picture a
candelabrum style picture is designed with tree arms on each side of
an apple three reaching to pick apples. The Sun, sky and other things
are embellishing the drawing. At the top of the picture there is a
cloud, out of which comes out a "hand", which is EL in Turkish.
These are not coincidences, but rather very carefully usurped and
restructured concepts.

This "hand" extending out of a cloud towards the ground is regarded as
if it was the "hand of god". The Turkish word for the human hand is
"EL" which further proves that these religious cabal groups, who knew
Turkish so well, used all the tricks available to them to come up with
a religious cult based on "wind" but portrayed as a hand to keep the
wind aspect.secret. Of course, the hand extending from sky to the
ground was nothing but the "TORNADO" form of the wind which is being
portrayed metaphorically as the "hand of god".

But all of this has been disguised under the name "LEO", which, on the
surface, means "lion" --a symbol of heroism and courage for mortal
kings. Yet, secretly it represented the "wind-god" belief. Of course a
"tornado" or a storm is also a symbol of strength and ferociousness.
Together with other mystery cults that were concocted from time to
time, religious secretive partisans always conned the ordinary public
for political control, personal supremacy and economic exploitation.
The true nature of "cults" were known only by a few founding members
while the rest of the followers were kept in total darkness. This
mode of operation continues to present times. That is the way cults
are and operate.

The "lion" figure symbolizing God comes from the ancient Turanian
Tur/Turk peoples Sky-God OGUZ religion. In many archaeological
findings, we see that many ancient town-gates had lions guarding both
sides of the gate. We also see lions on both sides of a king's
throne. There are many examples of these lion-gates discovered all
over the ancient world of Tur/Turk peoples.

The Turkish word "ARSLAN" (aslan), meaning "lion", was one of the
animal logos of the ancient Turanian Sky-God and was portrayed in many
ancient Turanian lion-bodied griffins, Chimera and Sphinxes, such as
the one in Giza, Masar/Misir ("Egypt"). Embedded in the Turkish name
ARSLAN are the Turkish expressions: "ER AS AL HAN" or "AS ER AL HAN"
meaning "Peerles-Man Red Lord" referring to the SUN (Sun-God); "AS ER
ALA HAN" meaning "Peerless-Man Spotted Lord" referring to the MOON
(Moon-God); and "AS ER ULU HAN" or "AS ER ALI HAN" meaning
"Peerless-Man Great Lord" referring to the "SKY-FATHER-GOD".

This ancient Turkish religious concept usurped by the Greek and also
other wanderer groups in the form of LEO, LION or LEON, has been used
by the Byzantine Greeks, in one hand, to personify the Byzantine king
as a fearless "LION" and, in the other, to liken him to the Storm-God
EL. At the same time they were also deceptively entering into the name
shell of the ancient Turanian sky-god concept because of the fact that
LEO is not only an anagram of Turkish "YEL O" meaning "it is wind",
but also because "YELO" is homonym with Turkish "AL-O" (meaning "it is
red" referring to Sun), "ALA O" (meaning "it is spotted" referring to
the Moon), and "ULU O" (meaning "it is great" referring to the
Sky-Father) -all three representing the ancient Turanian Sky-God. With
these Turkish expressions embedded within LEO, those Greek Byzantine
kings and the Christian popes who used LEO in their titles were
ennobling and exalting themselves in Turkish but without giving due
reference to its Turkish source.


The King title LEO IV the KHAZAR

One of the Byzantium kings had the title of LEO IV the KHAZAR
(775-780). While this title carries the name LEO disguised from
Turkish as explained above, it also includes the Turkish name
"KHAZAR".

Embedded in the Turkish name KHAZAR is the Turkish expression "AGA AZ
ER" meaning "Lord Peerless Man" describing the ancient Turanian
Turkish Sky-Father-God "OGUZ ER". But it was also the name of the
Turkish HAZAR Empire which had a life span of about 700 years in
Eurasia.

This great Turkish Hazar Empire was founded and flourished in the
geography stretching from the Balkans to the Caspian Sea. The Caspian
Sea, "HAZAR DENIZI" in Turkish, carries this name. This most just and
most democratic Turkish empire, established and reigned in the second
half of the first millennium A.D., provided safe and secure haven for
Jews and many other ethnic groups who were being persecuted at
elsewhere. When this Turkish Hazar Empire was providing the utmost
protection, tolerance and "human rights" to its minority citizens,
there was no concept of "human rights" in Christian Europe and the
Byzantine Empire. The Christian Europe and Byzantium were busy
annihilating the native Tur/Turk peoples of Europe and Anatolia under
the pretext of "witchcraft", "devil-worship" and "paganism".

The present day Jews are trying to own this ancient (yet most
tolerant) Turkish empire as a "Jewish" empire by way of deceptive
language. Historians should take clear note of this ancient Turkish
Empire before they come up with baseless villifying statements about
the Turs/Turks. It is no wonder that Byzantium (Beyistanum) kings were
ennobling and exalting themselves with Turkish names and expressions.

The Turkish state of AZERBAIJAN, the name of which is from ancient
Turkish expression "AZ ER BAI CAN"(Az Er Bey Can) meaning "Peerless
Man Lord Life", still carries a descriptive name of the ancient
Turanian "Sky-God" OGUZ just as the Turkish HAZAR (KHAZAR, GAZAR, GUZ
ER, OGUZ ER), that is, "OGUZ MAN" Empire did.

The Greek word "PERITULISSW":

The Greek word for "wind' is given as PERITULISSW. [66] One wonders
how this so very complex looking word was ever made up. In this Greek
word the letter W is a bogus letter which deceptively can represent,
that is, can be used in place of UU, YY, VV or any combination. Like
the other letters of the Greek alphabet, Greek W is designed to help
plagiarize and disguise the Turkish words and phrases used as source
material for making "Greek" words and names. By using W=UU in this
Greek word, we get the form of "PERITULISSUU".

When the word PERITULISSUU is deciphered letter-by-letter as
"PIR-U-SESU-ILTU", it is found that this is the Turkish expression
"PIR-O SESU ILTU" (BIR-O SESI YELDI) meaning "Voice of the One-Sky-God
is the wind".

The "wind" is the movements of air. It presents itself as an
invisible but sound making "spirit". It can be felt as air pressure on
the body, and its howling voice can be heard, but it is not visible.
It can vary from being a gentle breeze to a hurricane of unimaginable
force and speed. Indeed in the religious context, "wind" can be
ragarded as "the voice of God", just like "thunder" may be regarded as
the voice of God. During storms, Zeus peeks through the clouds and
throws his spears of lighteining at those whom he has become angry.
Evidently, the Greek language makers formulated this Turkish
expression describing the "wind" rather than using the Turkish word
"YEL" (EL, IL) which is hard to disguise because it contains too few
letters.

Additionally, the word "PERITULISSUU", when rearranged as "IL PERI
SUSUTU" is the Turkish expression "YEL PERI SÖZÜTU" ("yel peri
sözüdür", "yel peri sesidir") meaning "wind is fairy language" or
"wind is voice of fairy". A "fairy" ("peri" in Turkish) is an
imaginary being that is not visible. Hence, in this description "wind"
has been likened to a "fairy" (peri). Again a Turkish expression has
been used for this kind of definition of the "wind" to come up with a
word in Greek. It should also be noted that even the English word
"fairy" is an anagram of Turkish expression "peri" meaning "fairy".
In these anagrams, Turkish "BIR-O" is a description of the
Sky-Father-God, "YEL (EL or IL) means "wind", SESI (SESU) means "its
voice", "SÖZÜ means "its language", and suffix -TU (-DI, -DU) means
"it is". "EL" is the name for the wind-god of the wanderers and it is
taken fromTurkish "YEL" meaning "wind".

We have already identified in our "BABYLON" papers that all "angel"
names were personifications of different winds but they were all made
up from Turkish "YEL" based expressions. Sometimes when "EL" is
portrayed as a "hand" extending down from dark cloudes or the sky,
this is taken from Turkish "EL" meaning "hand". A "hand" coming down
from a dark cloud is symbolic of a tornado and in our earlier Babylon
papers, we identified the Tower of Babel" as esoterically represenying
a tornado because "BABEL" is sourced from Turkish "BABA-YEL" meaning
"father wind". "BABA-YEL" also contains in it the Turkish phrase
"BABA-EL(I)" meaning "Father's hand".

The Greek word "ELISSW":

Another Greek word for "wind" is given as "ELISSW" [67]. When the
bogus letter W in the word "ELISSW" is replaced with YU, it becomes
"ELISSYU". When "ELISSYU" is rearranged letter-by-letter as "YIL SESU"
and read phonetically as in Turkish, it is the distorted form of the
Turkish phrase "YIL SESU" (yel sesi) meaning "voice of wind". This
Greek word "ELISSW" and its source material Turkish "YIL SESU" being
so closely associated with each other cannot be due to coincidence but
rather deliberate restructuring of the Turkish phreses by cabal Greek
priest-linguists in order to come up with a "Greek" language that they
did not have. Any other linguistic explanation can only be sophistry
and an attempt to cover up a wrong with another wrong.

The Greek word "AEOLOS":

The ancient Greek word "AIOLOS", English "AEOLUS", is defined in
classical Greek mythology as "the god having dominion over the winds".
[68]

In other words, the Greek word "AEOLOS" is the "wind-god". The same is
also true for English "AEOLUS",

The Greek word "AIOLOS", when decrypted letter-by-letter as "IAL OOS",
is the Turkish expression "YEL OOS" (Yel Oguz) meaning "Wind God"
where "OOS" ("OGOS") is the name for the ancient Turanian trinity
Sky-God OGUZ referring to the Sun which has control of all winds.
Additionally, "YEL OOS" is the Turkish expression "YEL AUS (aguz)"
meaning "wind mouth, wind speech, wind voice" referring to the sound
of the wind. Thus in this example, the Greek cabal linguists usurped
the Turkish words YEL (YIL) meaning "wind", OOS meaning OGUZ the Sky
God" and AUS (AGUZ) meaning "mouth, language" to come up with their
so-called "AIOLOS".

The word AEOLIAN:

The English word "AEOLIAN" is defined as "pertaining to or caused by
the winds; wind born; also "eolian"." [69]

The word "AEOLIAN", when rearranged as "EL IAOAN" where "O" is
deceptively used to replace Turkish letter "P", that is, the letter
next to the letter O in the alphabetical order, and I is "Ye, Ya" in
addition to being "I", is the restructured form of the Turkish
expression "EL YAPAN" (yel yapan) meaning "that which is caused by the
wind", "that which is done by the wind" which is exactly the same as
the meaning attached to this "Greek" word. This is another perfect
correspondence.

AEOLIAN is also defined as "Of or pertaining to ancient AEOLIS in Asia
Minor, its people or their language". [70] The area defined by the
name AEOLIS in Asia Minor refers to the north-western coast of the
Aegean sea. But this is where the Tur/Turk "TROJANS" (TUR CANLAR in
Turkish) of TROY (TUR OY) lived. These lands were also the western
extension of the Tur/Turk Phrygian and Lydian states. It is quite
clear that the ancient Greek wanderers had infiltrated these Turkic
states and were braking the native Turkish language of the native
Phrygians, Lydians and Trojans, and most likely others as well, to
make a language for themselves. Thus the "Greek" language,
manufactured from Turkish words and phrases has been sold to the world
as an authentic language, and the "historians" and "linguists" have
collaboratively approved these concoctions without a question being
asked.

The name "AEOLIAN" HARP

AEOLIAN HARP is a stringed instrument so constructed as to produce
musical sounds when exposed to a current of air". [71] This
instrument may be hung on an outdoor object such as a tree, and when
the wind blows on it, its chimes make musical sounds. Of course the
"current of air" here is the "wind", i.e., "EL/IL/YEL/YIL" in Turkish.
Thus an "AEOLIAN Harp" is a "wind caused" ("yel yapan", yelin
çaldigi) musical instrument whose name is sourced in Turkish and not
in Greek as deceptively portrayed.

CONCLUSION

The conclusion of this essay about "LEO", as used in the titles of
Byzantine kings and Christian popes ("papa" or "baba" in Turkish), is
that, on the surface, the term "LEO" appeares to represent a "LION"
image, but below the surface, it represents the wind-god "EL". The
term "LEO" is constracted (restructured) from Turkish "YEL-O" meaning
"it is wind". The etymological story that is sold to the world,
however, is that it is "Greek". We have shown that all the Greek names
related to wind and the wind-god have their source in Turkish contrary
to any claim coming from Greek or other sources. Claiming that "Greek"
is the reference source for countless number of subject and concept
names is a sophistry that is designed to con the world. Evidently,
they have been very successful in that game. But for the sake of
millions of honest people everywhere who wish to know nothing but the
truth about the ancient world religions, and how the Indo-European and
Semitic languages came to be, the game of sophistry must be admitted
and stopped.

REFERENCES:

[61] Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, Fifth Edition, 1947, p. 584.
[62] Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, Fifth Edition, 1947, p. 498.
[63] EBWLD, 1963, Vol. 1, p. 414.
[64] Philip Sherrard and The Editors of TIME-LIFE BOOKS, "BYZANTIUM",
TIME Incorporated, New York, 1966, p. 106.
[65] Michael Jordan, "CULTS', 1996, p. 2.
[66] DIVRY's "Modern English-Greek and Greek-English Desk Dictionary,
p. 383.
[67] DIVRY's "Modern English-Greek and Greek-English Desk Dictionary,
p. 383.
[68] Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, Fifth Edition, 1947, p. 17.
[69] EBWLD, 1963, Vol. 1, p. 22.
[70] EBWLD, 1963, Vol. 1, p. 22.
[71] EBWLD, 1963, Vol. 1, p. 22.


Best wishes to all,

Polat Kaya

26/10/2004
(Copyright © 2004 Polat Kaya)