About the Greek word "THEMELITHOS"
Here are some more Turkish words and phrases restructured as "Greek" words:
1. Greek word THEMELION meaning "foundation". This word is related to the Turkish word "TEMEL" meaning "foundation". The Greek version TEMELION is the restructured form of the Turkish "TEMELIN O" meaning "it is your foundation".
2. Greek word THEMELITHOS meaning "foundation stone", when rearranged letter-by-letter as "TEMEL-TOSHH", where the Greek bogus letter H is both an H and an I, is the restructured and disguised form of the Turkish expression"TEMEL TASHI" meaning "foundation stone".
3. Greek word THEMELIWTES meaning "founder", where the Greek bogus letter W represents UU in this case, when rearranged letter-by-letter as "TEMEL-UTUSHE", is the restructured and disguised form of the Turkish expression"TEMEL ATICI" meaning "he who starts the foundation" or "he who is founder" or "he who starts something".
The word "temel" also implies that it was originally coined in Turkish rather than in Greek.
From all this, it is clear that these correspondences are not due to coincidences. They are due to defrauding. And that is why they are disguised. The implied meaning is that the ancient Greeks had no proper language of their own. They were just tribes of wandering peoples. They took the Turkish language and altered it to come up with a broken up language they called "Greek". With these alterations they also took over the Turkish civilization at all ages. It seems that it was a normal and regular thing to do for the Greeks to take the Turkish language words and phrases and alter them into so-called "inflected" format and call the resulting words as their own.
In disguising the Turkish words and phrases, the Greek disguisers of the Turkish language frequently included additional words of Turkish into the source word or phrase as "wrapping" material. The Turkish word "O" and the suffix "-TI" (-DI) are some such wrappings. By such clever alterations and wrappings, all-trusting linguists have been conned about the makeup of the words and the authenticity of the Greek language.
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