Re: Part-1: About the name "BYZANTINE"
Thank you for reading my paper and writing to me. I am afraid you are wrong though! Contrary to your view, the so-called "Indo-European" languages are artificially made up languages from Turkish. On the surface they are cleverly presented as mostly related to Greek and Latin languages - but the Greek and Latin languages themselves have been made up from Turkish by way of anagrammatizing Turkish words and phrases. This fact has never been known by the public before I pointed it out. I have proven this fact with many of my papers. The secrecy by those who did the manufacturing is understandable. It is not easy to admit that their language is not genuine.
Nobody has dug as deep and as thorough under the words to see what is really there as I have. I am confident that in time, some honest people (of which there are many) will come forward and admit this fact.
"I'm thinking, after reading and re reading this post, that this thesis would not be taken seriously outside a convention of "Turanists".
Polat Kaya: My writings are not intended for "Turanists" at all as you infer. I write my postings to enlighten people everywhere - people who have been conned by certain groups throughout history. It is likely that "Turanists" may view my writings differently than others. But that does not concern me! When the sun shines, it does not care how its rays will be regarded by others. It just shines! So if you, or someone else, does not view my writings "seriously", it does not matter.
"The irony is that you accuse non Turks of hijacking Turkish words and history and changing them to suit their purposes, when you are obviously doing just that to Non Turkish history."
Polat Kaya: What they did and what I am doing are not the same thing. This you should understand and differentiate. I am just doing a linguistic detective work. And because of that, I found that some people had anagrammatized the Turkish words and phrases to come up with words for some artificially made up languages - which they then call various languages of "Indo-European" format. By way of anagrammatizing, they were able to disguise and hide what they were doing - kind of like painting over a stolen car so that it is not recognized. And they presented the end result as their own language which no one could have suspected at the time - or onwards. After all, how many people have questioned the validity of the provided meanings and etymologies for any word?
Yet, I am clearly and openly explaining what they did and how they did it with all kinds of proof and examples. There is no secrecy in my work. The paper you read is just one example of my writings. There are many more in the Polat Kaya Library where you probably found what you read. I have nothing to hide from anyone! But they did hide what they did. And together with what they were doing, they also obliterated the ancient Turanian civilization by altering the names. Furthermore, Turkish does not gain any new words by what I am doing. All those words that were used as the source database for the manufacture of these foreign words - already exist in Turkish. However what I discovered verifies the very ancient nature of the Turkish language.
As for your "Non Turkish history" comment, I say you are very much in the dark regarding Turkish history. Take away the "known" Turkish history (that you seem to have limited knowledge of), together with the stolen civilizations of the ancient Turanian Tur/Turk/Oguz peoples, there would not be much civilization and history left! If you take the Turks out of the picture, you will end up with an almost empty canvas.
The Turco-Sumerian ziggurats and their writing systems and the Turco-Masarian pyramids in Giza and their writing system and the Turkic kurgans everywhere are some of the living evidences of Turanian Tur/Turk/Oguz civilization. Furthermore, world museums are full of Turanian Turkish history artifacts as they have been dug up and robbed from the tombs of the ancient Turanian peoples' civilizations under various names.
Finally you wrote:
"Sorry, dude, Turks are one community of the human family, not the center and progenitor of it."
Polat Kaya: Yes Turks are one community of the human family, as you say. In fact some 25 years ago I would have agreed with you fully on this statement. But now, I wouldn't! My research, my digging and my keen vision have shown that Turks have been extremely influential in the making and development of human civilization, and, that Turkish is the progenitor language. I will discuss this with some examples below.
You say you read my paper at least twice and I know my name is in my paper and I am also sure that you knew my name when you wrote your email to me. Yet you addressed me with the term "dude" - the meaning of which is unclear to me. Don't you think it would have been much more friendly and sincere on your part to address me with my real name instead of "dude"? In any case, I will leave the benefit of the doubt to you regarding the context in which you used the word.
You also used the term "PROGENITOR". Let me explain to you how this word has been made up and what Turkish expressions it hides within itself. The term PROGENITOR is defined with the following meanings.
1. a direct ancestor of somebody or something
2. the originator of, or original model for, something, [Encarta® World English Dictionary © 1999 Microsoft Corporation].
Now with these attributions to this English language word, let us understand how it was made from Turkish:
1. PROGENITOR, when rearranged letter-by-letter as "PIR-ORNEGTO", reveals the anagrammatized, disguised and Anglicized form of the Turkish expression "BIR ÖRNEKTI" meaning "it is one model, it is one ancestor, it is the model that other copies are made of" - which is the exact meaning attributed to this so called "English" word, [ see No. 2 definition above]. You can see that it was a Turkish expression that was used to manufacture this word of the artificially made up language of "English".
2. PROGENITOR, when rearranged letter-by-letter as "PIR-O-TENGRO", reveals the anagrammatized Turkish expression "BIR-O TENGRI" meaning "Only him ("BIR O") is God". This clearly states in Turkish that "the 'progenitor' (BIR O) is the Turkish Sky-god TENGRI". This Turkish name (BIRO) was used by many ancient kings as a divine and elevating title. For instance, the ancient Masarian kings (of what is wrongly called "Egypt") called themselves PERU - (i.e., PHAROAH) as part of their kingly names. Please see meaning No. 1 above.
3. PROGENITOR, when rearranged letter-by-letter as "PIR-O-GONTER", reveals the anagrammatized Turkish expression "BIR-O GÜNDÜR" meaning "PIR-O is the Sun". This clearly states in Turkish that "the 'progenitor' is the Sun", that is, the Turanian Sun-God Güneş. This you cannot deny as the sun is most definitely the creator of all things in our own solar system. There are billions and billions of suns in the universe and each one is a progenitor, that is, the "model creator" for an endless number of beings. So they are all parts of Turanian God "ONE TENGRI".
4. PROGENITOR, when rearranged letter-by-letter as "PIR-O-GENTOR", reveals the anagrammatized Turkish expression "BIR-O CANDUR" meaning "PIR-O is 'LIFE'", that is, "God is life, Sun is life". Again this clearly states in Turkish that "the 'progenitor' is Life".
Furthermore, PROGENITOR, when rearranged letter-by-letter as "PIR-O-GENTOR", also reveals the anagrammatized Turkish expression "BIR-O GANDUR" meaning "PIR-O is 'blood'" which sustains the life in the bodies of living beings. Again this clearly states in Turkish that "the 'progenitor' is blood".
5. PROGENITOR, when rearranged letter-by-letter as "PIR-O-EN-TORG", reveals the anagrammatized Turkish expression "BIR-O AN TURK" (BIR O GÖK TÜRK) meaning "PIR-O is the 'Sky-Turk". This expression not only includes the name Turk in it but also the name "SKY-TURKS" (GÖK TÜRKS) which was the name of a Turkish empire in Central Asia extending over a very large geographic area.
6. PROGENITOR, when rearranged letter-by-letter as "PIR-O-TORG-EN", reveals the anagrammatized Turkish expression "BIR-O TURK HAN" meaning "PIR-O is 'Turk Lord". This equates the "Turk Lord as 'god'" of ancient times. It is no wonder that since very ancient times, Turkish Lords, that is, Hakans, Khans, Agas, Beys/Bays, Sultans, Paşas, rulers, . . . incorporated in their titles expressions referring themselves to divine nature and divinity. This is undeniable also. Others also emulated this very ancient Turanian culture!
7. Finally, when the term PROGENITOR is rearranged letter-by-letter as "TORGON-P-ERI", it reveals the anagrammatized, disguised and Anglicized form of the Turkish expression "TORGON-aPa-ERI" (TÜRKÜN APA ERI) meaning "The Father-man of Turk" which is "the ancestors of Turks".
Now, after all of these many explanations embedded somehow within the body of the one so-called English word PROGENITOR, it can readily be said that Turks, their civilization and their language were very much at the center of human development and civilization in ancient times and since ancient times! You need to think very carefully before you attempt to disagree!
I hope this removes some of your doubts about what I am saying. I must also tell you that those secretive people who usurped the Turkish language words and phrases in order to generate new languages with which they were able to form nations, also did a professional job of restructuring the Turkish language into many different, but original looking and sounding, formats. It must be understood though that they were not the creators of the "progenitor" language - which was Turkish. However, they usurped plenty from that already existing progenitor language of Turkish!
In the process of usurping the ancient Turkish language, the looters also appropriated the ancient Turanian civilization and peoples. This is contrary to what people know, but, this insight knowledge that I have been sharing with my readers has shed new light on this ancient and dark secret.
Best wishes to you,
I'm thinking, after reading and re reading this post, that this thesis would not be taken seriously outside a convention of "Turanists". The irony is that you accuse non Turks of hijacking Turkish words and history and changing them to suit their purposes, when you are obviously doing just that to Non Turkish history. Sorry, dude, Turks are one community of the human family, not the center and progenitor of it.
--- In Polat_Kaya@yahoogroups.com, Polat Kaya <tntr@...> wrote:About the name "BYZANTINE" and the Byzantine King Names
In this series of writings I want to share with you the results of astudy analyzing the name "Byzantine" and the Byzantine king names witha different perspective. The Roman and Byzantine kings initially wereso-called "Pagan" religion believers. By another name, they were allthe followers of the ancient Turanian Sky-God OGUZ religion. Thereforetheir king titles were very much in the tradition of this ancientreligion where kings would take titles that would describe the Sky-Godand the king himself - in Turkish. Even after the introduction ofChristianity, while Byzantine kings accepted it and became championsin spreading it, they still took king titles that were composed inTurkish but were restructured and disguised into a broken-up languagecalled "Greek". So in this series of papers, I will analyze theByzantine king names in this light.
This writing, in one sense, is a response to our friend Mr. James M.Rogers. In one of his critiques of my writings, he had questioned mysaying all Greek king names were made up from Turkish expressions.With his skillfully composed message, he tried to cast a shadow on thevalidity of my statement. Although he has left this forum, I hope hewill have the opportunity to read this presentation and, as thedoubter of my work, see the truth about Greek Byzantine king names.
The Byzantine Empire was the continuation of the East Roman empire inmedieval times. In a way there was no break in the continuity of theRoman Empire, for the Roman imperial tradition and Hellenistic culturecontinued to be the basic elements of Byzantine policy. Thedeclaration of the newly formed religion of Christianity as the statereligion of the Byzantine State by King Constantine I the Great, andhis renaming an ancient town of Thracian Tur/Turk peoples as"CONSTANTINOPLE" marked a new epoch. This empire of the "RHOMAIOI", a name that is sourced from Turkish expression "RUM AY ÖY"referring to the "house of moon worshipping Rums, (i.e., roamingGreeks) became an empire of the initially wandering Greeks. TheEnglish term "ROAM" comes from their name, that is, RUM in Turkish.The name "Graikos" (Greek) and Latin "Graecus")  marks theGreekness of the Byzantine Empire.
The name "Graikos" and the Latin name "Graecus")  are not as"Greek" and/or "Latin" as they appear. In actuality, they arerestructured distortions of Turkish "GARA-AY-KOZ" meaning "Black MoonEye". Furthermore, the name is also a distortion of the Turkishexpression "KARA-AYCU" meaning religiously "The followers of the"Black Moon". The name "GRAECUS" is also from Turkish "GARACU"(gezginci) meaning "wanderer" or "gypsy". With this introductory note,let us now start by reexamining the name Byzantium which has goneunnoticed for so long.
ABOUTH THE NAME "BYZANTIUM":
The name BYZANTIUM does not come from the name of the Greek colonizernamed "BYZAS of Megara" as claimed. This is a mythologicalconcoction, like all the other mythological tales, used to cover up atotally different concept. The name BYZAS, in one meaning, is adistortion of the Turkish expression "BEY-AZ" meaning "Peerless Lord"referring to the ancient Turanian Sky-God. In a second meaning, it isa distortion of Turkish word "aS BEYAZ" meaning "peerless white" whichis one description of the Sun which is the source of all colors mixedin one "white" light.
The name "Megara" is also a misleading term. Although there is suchplace name in Greece, but the name MEGARA is actually a distorted formof Turkish "MAGARA" meaning "cave" or "dark place". Turkish "MAGARA"can also be read as "MA GARA" which would mean "magnificent Black"probably referring to the "black space" above earth. In this context,the "Sky-Dome" (Turkish "Gök DAMI") is the MAGARA (cave), and also "MAGARA" meaning "magnificent black". Please note that English "DOME" isreally a distortion of Turkish word "DAM" meaning "roof" and also"house". In other words, English "DOME" is really sourced fromTurkish "DAM". A "DOME" is a "roof" and so is Turkish DAM. In thiscontext, the expression "Byzas of Megara" actually refers to the "Onepeerless Sun of the magnificent black sky-dome" and not to amythological Greek "merchant" from "Megara" as concocted.
The name BYZANTIUM was the name of an ancient town where the presentTurkish city of ISTANBUL is. ,  With my previous analysis ofmany Greek words, I have shown over and over again that the ancientGreeks restructured and disguised Turkish words and expressions tomake words for themselves in order to have a language of their own.Knowing this, let us decipher the name BYZANTIUM (and others) to findthe original Turkish texts used as the source for their construction.
When the name BYZANTIUM is rearranged as "BYZTAN-UIM", we find that itis a distortion of Turkish expression "BEY ISTAN ÖYÜM" meaning "I amthe house of Lord God", or alternatively "BEYISTANUM" again meaning "Iam the home of the Lord". The Turkish term "BEY" means "Lord", term"ISTAN" in one context means "GOD" from Turkish "ISHITAN" meaning"that which lights up" and "ISITAN" meaning "that which heats up" bothreferring to the Sun; and additionally "ISTAN" refers to a "homeland,country, region"  where one is sheltered, warmed, enlightened andheard. These Turkish expressions distorted as "BYZANTIUM" are namesjust like the other Turkish country names ending with the suffix"ISTAN/STAN". Thus the name "BYZANTIUM" is simply another old Turkishexpression taken and disguised from the ancient Tur/Turk language andcivilization and then claimed as "Greek".
This is very much like the case of the city of "ROME" which wasfounded by the Tur/Turk Etruscans and developed and administered bythem for at least a hundred years before it was lost to the Latins andGreeks who claimed it as their own. The philosophy here is that TUR(i.e., Turk or Oguz) builds it or creates it and then EL (i.e.,non-Turk or non-Oguz, others, aliens) comes in, captures it, destroysand rebuilds it, and then claims everything as their own - withoutmentioning the original owner and creators. Here, the Turkish word"EL", in one sense, means "alien" and in another sense (i.e., YEL),means "wind" referring to the "Wind God" believers.
Before 62 B. C., the town of Byzantium, that is, "BEYISTAN ÖYÜM" or"BEYISTANUM" was regarded as part of BITHYNIA. 
The myth about the name "BYZANTIUM" says that  : "Before he setsail, Byzas asked the Delphic Oracle where to establish his newcolonial city. In his usual ambiguous manner, the Oracle told him:"Opposite the blind". Only when he reached the Bosporus did Byzasrealize what the Oracle meant: on the Asiatic shore, opposite thehill-tipped, triangualar peninsula that terminated the European landmass, earlier Greek colonists had already founded a city, ChalcedonIt was they who must have been blind not to have noticed the obvioussuperiority of the site lying half a mile or so away on the oppositeshore. It was here that Byzas founded his own city, which took itsname from him. Byzantium it was to be called until Constantine theGreat made it his capital. He called it New Rome, but later it becomeknown as Constantinople, City of Constantine. Byzas' name was to liveon in history as the modern appellation of the imperial civilizationwhich Constantine established."
This is a mythological explanation by the ancient Greeks designed tocover up the truth and confuse the reality - as all Greek mythologicalstories do.
According to this explanation, the ancient name of the city on theAsiatic side of Istanbul is CHALCEDON which, we are told, was set upby Greeks. But it is known that before the Greeks arrived into thearea, the place was inhabited by the native Thracians (Türk öyler) whowere Tur/Turk peoples. The much later arriving Greeks took overeverything belonging to the native people when the opportunity arose.It seems that the Greeks had the habit of initially setting up aninnocent looking commercial trading posts which would eventually growinto a striking power from inside. This con game has been going on fora long long time. At an opportune time of their choosing, the Greekswould take over all that belonged to the natives, changing the nativenames to so-called "Greek" names and claiming everything as their own- in effect obliterating the previous people and their civilizationfrom history. Thus the previous civilization that was built by theearlier Turkic natives now becomes "Greek".
When the Greeks arrived into what is presently called "Greece", therewere non-Greek Turanian inhabitants whom the Greeks called"Pelasgians" (Turkic "SAKA" people) and Ionians (Turkic Ay-Hans) andThracians. The wandering Greeks, when the opportunity presenteditself, overran them and took over everything that was Tur/Turk,Pelasgian and Ionian.
Hendrik Willem van Loon, referring to writings by Thucydides, writesthe following about the early Greeks: 
"Of these early Hellenes we know nothing. Thucydides, the historian ofthe fall of Athens, describing his earliest ancestors, said that they"did not amount to very much," and this was probably true. They werevery ill-mannered. They lived like pigs and threw the bodies of theirenemies to the wild dogs who guarded their sheep. They had verylittle respect for other people's rights, and they killed the nativesof the Greek peninsula (who were called the Pelasgians) and stoletheir farms and took their cattle and made their wives and daughtersslaves and wrote endless songs praising the courage of the clan of theAchaeans, who had led the Hellenic advance-guard into the mountains ofThessaly and the Peloponnesus.
But here and there, on the tops of high rock, they saw the castles ofthe Aegeans and those they did not attack for they feared the metalswords and the spears of the Aegean soldiers and knew that they couldnot hope to defeat them with their clumsy stone axes.
For many centuries they continued to wander from valley to valley andfrom mountain side to mountain side. Then the whole land had beenoccupied and the migration had come to an end.
That moment was the beginning of the Greek civilization. The Greekfarmer, living within sight of the Aegean colonies, was finally drivenby curiosity to visit his haughty neighbors. He discovered that hecould learn many useful things from the men who dwelt behind the highstone walls of Mycenae and Tiryns.
He was a clever pupil. Within a short time he mastered the art ofhandling those strange iron weapons which the Aegeans had brought fromBabylon and from Thebes. He came to understand the mysteries ofnavigation. He began to build little boats for his own use.
And when he learned everything the Aegeans could teach him he turnedupon his teachers and drove them back to their islands. Soonafterwards he ventured forth upon the sea and conquered all the citiesof the Aegean. Finally in the fifteenth century before our era heplundered and ravaged Cnossus and ten centuries after their firstappearance upon the scene the Hellenes were the undisputed rulers ofGreece, of the Aegean and of the coastal regiones of Asia Minor.Troy, was destroyed in the eleventh century B. C. European historywas to begin in all seriousness."
This citing from Hendrik Willem van Loon provides us a true picturethat frequently is not drawn by the friends of Greeks. Presentlyeverything in that area is referred to as being Greek by most Western"scholars". But, as the above citing shows, the original civilizationof the area and the towns that the Greeks took over from the nativeTuranians were not Greek at all, just like the original civilizationof Mesopotamia was not Semitic. Initially the natives of ancient"Greece" and all of the Aegean islands and coasts, the MediterraneanSea Coasts, Anatolia and the Middle East were Tur/Turk peoples (e.g.,Pelasgians, Etruscans, Phrygians, Lydians and others) as the followingexample names indicate: ION (from Tr. AY-HAN), IONIAN SEA (from Tr.AYHANIN SU), AEGEAN (from Tr. AYGUN or AYCAN), CNOSSUS of CRETE (fromTurkish (Tr.) GUN OGUZ or GUNES), MEDITERRANEAN SEA COASTS (from Tr.MEDE TURAN OYLER SU), TROY (from Tr. TUR OY), THRACIA (from Tr.TURUKIYE or TURKIYE), TYRRHENNIAN (from Tr. TURHAN or TURAN OYLULER).
The power of altering the names of people, towns or geographical namesetc., is so potent and final that it cannot be overemphasized.Basically it wipes out the identity of the owners of the previouscivilization and replaces it with the identity of the invaders. Thisis what the Greeks have done all along and in the process all elementsof the previous civilization have been called Greek as if the Greekswere the original creators of that civilization - and no othersexisted before them. But as the above citing from Hendrik Willem vanLoon indicates, the Greeks themselves admit that before the Greeks,there were natives there who built castles on top of hills -indicating that those natives had a highly advanced civilization whichenabled them to build houses, castles, villages and towns etc. Andthose natives did not learn those skills from the later coming Greeks.It was the other way around. So when the Greeks refer to thesenon-Greek native people as barbarians or savages, they are switchingthe tables around 180 degrees. The reality is that the new incomingGreeks were the uncivilized ones while the natives were civilized.
Take the name CHALCEDON, a town that is supposedly established by theprevious "Greek" colonizers. When this CHALCEDON name is rearranged(decrypted) as "CC-AL-OD-HEN", with C=K and read phonetically as inTurkish, it is a distorted rearrangement of Turkish expression "KÖKAL-OD HAN" meaning "Sky Red-Fire Lord" referring to the Turanian SunGod (where HAN means LORD) or meaning "Sky Red Fire Palace" referringto the city (where HAN means PALACE). This is an ancient Turaniantradition of naming cities after the Sun-God. The present Turkishname of this old town is KADIKÖY and the origin of this town hasnothing to do with ancient Greeks other than that the deceptiveinvaders, under the guise of opening up a commercial sales outpost inthe area, took over these lands from their original owners, and by wayof misrepresentation, changed these ancient Turkish names and wordsinto so-called "Greek". In their Tur/Turk opposing culture, i.e.,anti-Tur/Turk culture, the Greeks had to change, distort and disguiseeverything that was Tur/Turk and present them to the world as theirown. This technique of usurping by way of alteration has proven verysuccessful for the Greeks and others and is still going on.
At the time that the Greeks came and put up their "sales-outlet" (mostlikely a few commercial outlet buildings in an already wellestablished town - otherwise why would one put up a sales outlet inthe middle of wilderness) on the so-called "European" shores of"BOSPORUS", both sides of the area were already occupied and owned bythe ancient Thracian Tur/Turk peoples of "BISTONIUM" (BISTONES) andBITHYNIANS. The Greek mythological explanation that the people ofCHALCEDON ("KÖK AL-OD HAN") "must have been blind not to have noticedthe obvious superiority of the site lying half a mile or so away onthe opposite shore" is an unconvincing embellishment of the Greektale. Of course they would have noticed the importance of that land onthe other side of the BOSPHORUS and of course they would have settledthere also - as the land belonged to Thracian Tur/Turk peoples.
Regarding the ancient names of BISTONES, BISTONIUS, BISTONIANS andBISTONIUM, we have the following very information under the nameBistones: "Bistones, BISTONIUM: "A Thracian people; adj. BISTONIUS,BISTONIUSA, BISTONIUM meaning "Bistonian or Thracian". 
The clear cut meaning of this is that the ancient "Thracians", thatis, "TÜRK öyler" in Turkish meaning "Tur/Turk Houses" were also knownby the name "BISTONIANS".
When the Latin name BISTONIUM is rearranged as "BI-STON-UIM", itturns out to be a distorted form of Turkish expression "BIYISTAN OYUM"(BEYISTAN ÖYÜM) meaning "I am the House of Lord God" or "My home ofBEYISTAN". Additionally, the name BISTONIUM can be arranged as"BIISTANUM" to show that it is the Turkish expression "BEYISTANUM"meaning "I am BEYISTAN", thus defining the ancient name of these landsin Turkish as Turkish.
I have already shown above that when the name BYZANTIUM is rearrangedletter-by-letter as "BYIZTANUM", it is same as the Turkish expression"BEYISTANUM" where Turkish S has been changed into Z and letters havebeen rearranged. This is the linguistic trickery used by the ancientGreeks to come up with words for a language of their own.
Thus it is seen that the names BYZANTIUM and BISTONIUM are one and thesame, and that they are both derived from Turkish expression "BEYISTANOYUM" or "BEYISTANUM". The Turkic nature of these names is alsoverified by the fact that presently many countries of Tur/Turk peoplesbear names containing "ISTAN" or "STAN" stems. Additionally, the veryfact that Turks still call "Greece" by the name "YUNANISTAN" isanother indication that ancient Greece, Thracia and the lands aroundthe Sea of Marmara were also called "BEYISTAN". Evidently, thisAncient Turkic name "BEYISTAN ÖYÜM" or "BEYISTANUM" was usurped andrestructured into the name BYZANTIUM thereby suppressing its originalTurkic identity.
Additionally, the Latin term "BISTONIANS", meaning "people fromBEYISTAN" ("BISTONIUM"), when rearranged letter by letter as"BISTONNIAS", and read phonetically as in Turkish, is the distortedform of Turkish expression "BEYISTANNIYIZ" (BEYISTANLIYIZ), meaning"we are from Beyistan". Thus two meaning verify each other. Thisexpression is in the Azerbaijan dialect of Turkish where N/Ltranslation does take place. This again verifies that the name"BISTONIANS" was sourced from Turkish and refers to ancient Turkishpeoples in ancient Greece, Thracia and the sea of Marmara areacontrary to all the disinformation that people have been subjected to.Similarly the ancient people of BITHYNIA were Turkish speakingTur/Turk people.
The ancient name "BITHYNIA" of the ancient Thracian Tur/Turk peoples,when decrypted letter-by-letter as "BIY-HANTI", is the Turkishexpression "BEY HANDI" (BEY-HAN-IDI, BEY-HANI-IDI) meaning "it is/wasLord's Palace" referring to the country as "home of Turkic Lords".
The lands of ancient "BITHYNIA" included the lands east of Bosphorusup to the River Sakarya and in the south included the present day"BURSA" which is a name that has been left over from this ancientTur/Turk peoples of BITHYNIA. The people of Bistoniums, Bithynians,Troiyans, Phrygians, Lidians and the rest of the Anatoliancivilization were all Tur/Turk peoples contrary to the deliberatedisinformation perpetrated about the ancient history of Anatolia.Thus the history and the civilization of ancient Tur/Turk peoples havebeen abducted by a handful of wanderers.
In ancient so-called "Greece", that is, "YUNANISTAN", the city namesand mythological names are the same in many cases. For example,regarding the names "Delphic Oracle" supposedly there were some"AUGURS" in the city of "DELPHI" who could tell the future. The term"DELPHIC" meaning one from "Delphy", is actually another distortedTurkish expression. When DELPHIC is deciphered as "DILCH EP", whereGreek H=I, it is the Turkish expression "DILCI EPE" (DILCI APA)meaning a "speaker person". It was such speakers in ancient timesthat would make predictions about events that would supposedly takeplace in the future.
Similarly the word "ORACLE", is another deceptive word meaning "themedium by which a god reveals hidden knowledge or makes known thedivine purpose; also, the place where the revelation is given". 
The word "ORACLE", when decrypted as "O-R-ACLE", and read phoneticallyas in Turkish, is the distorted Turkish expression "O ER AKLI" meaning"it is the wisdom of man" which has nothing to do with divinity butrather with the experience and wisdom attained by men who do suchthings. Of course it is clear that such divinations are purported inthe mind (Tr. AKIL) and then spoken via the mouth (Tr. AGUZ) by thetongue (Tr. DIL) using words (Tr. SÖZ).
Thus there could have been some people making such predictions at aplace called Delphy, but, in reality, the term "DELPHIC ORACLE" wassourced from Turkish "DILCI EPE/APA" (a speaker) and "ER AKLU" meaning"man's wisdom". Here again we are face to face with Turkish textsbeing restructured into Greek.
"The Byzantines regarded themselves as the chosen people of God". It is interesting to note that Jews also regard themselves as thechosen people of God. With this kind of claim, the Greeks and theJews are the only two groups that are elevated to a special positionin the eye of God. The rest of the world population, apparently,counts for much less in the eye of God. This preferential treatment oftwo particular groups of people above all others shows a verylop-sided God concept. Indeed this concept of "God" is very differentfrom the ancient Turanian all-fair "God" concept which was and stillis all encompassing.
Norman F. Langford, in his book entitled "Fire Upon The Earth",curiously writes: "Before Christ all men were equal, all were sinners,all were offered pardon. "There is no difference," Paul wrote,"between Jew and Greek: the same Lord is Lord of all." 
>From all this we see that the ancient Greek world changed everythingTurkish and Turkic claiming it as their own. This is also whathappened at Mesopotamia where the ancient Semitics obliterated theancient Turkic world upside down by confusing the one language thatwas spoken by all at that time. Evidently, changing and rearrangingthe Turkish words, names and phrases into artificially manufacturedlanguages (and also civilizations) has altered the ancient Turanianworld into an upside down and divided world. The ancient Greeks andSemites wrote history as it suited them. In doing so, they not onlyobliterated most of the ancient Turanian civilization, but theydeliberately alienated what was left from that ancient civilizationfrom its real owner, that is, the Turanian Tur/Turk peoples.
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