Thursday, February 14, 2013


Combining a variation of projects, research and discoveries I've made over language in the past few years, I'm preparing to compile them into a new research project whose progress will be made public on this site. It contains the entire aim of the present blog, which is, to recapture the primordial essence of the original human (or super-human, divine) language as an expression of thought forms, manifested into physical sounds (vibrations) according to the idiosyncratic laws of expression.

This post is to signify that this blogspot isn't dead, and that very soon I'll be posting more entries.

Saturday, October 8, 2011

Holos - The Holy

Holos - the holy. Sanctified and whole; the principle of wholeness, which is the principle of health; derivations include healthy, holy, holiday, Hail, German Heil, whole, holistic, holocaust, help and hell. Hell, coming from the Germanic word Hel, meant bright (Modern German Hell - bright), significant of a wholeness like the sun from which radiated light.

Wholeness is the central idea behind the Monad, most important to religious studies both modern and ancient. The oneness of the universe, the All-God, is the supreme principle of being whole, and therefore it is holy. This is how the term holiness came to be used to describe closeness with the divine. What was whole was also what was healthy; this is part of the process of self-realization, or the becoming whole of all the psyche's parts, in Jungian psychology. By the unification of the psyche, the individual achieves wholeness, and therefore a state of supreme health. The word "health" itself is a combination of the h-l root with -t, which literally means "the wholl-ed" or "the thing made whole".

Again, we see the usage of the materialistic -p sound in the word help; to help something means to aid it, usually in a material sense; saving something from (a worldly) danger for instance.

Holos is central to the Proto-Indo-European religion. As a process, it is individuation or the connection with the Monad or the All; as a state, it is supreme health and unity of all parts, an organic whole, functional and perfected. It is a return to the origin; proximity to the center of the universe.

There is a discrepancy whether the root was pronounced Holos or Solos; Latin mutation made Holos into Solos, and then into Solvos, and finally into Salvus, which means "health".

Therefore, respect the whole; principle of the Monad.

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Guide to Primordial Sounds

Quick Primer:

b - soft version of P, growth (like a crystal), emanation, beating, pulsation, period of a cycle; baros - to bear, belos - light/emanation of light

d - soft version of T, the depths, the netherworld, transcendence, subsurface, fluctuation, degeneration into or out of matter; d+r= duros/door - door, gate

g - reflection and projection within the abstract realm, actor, initiation, to go, beget; galos - charged fluid

k/c - reflection, projection, ricochet;

l - gliding, conduit, light (as opposed to heavy); lachos - light

m - the absorptive, the well, the Mother (mater - mother), the infinite ocean (maros - sea), mass generation, the endless absorbing element, darkness, space, buffer; aum - beginning and end

n - material absorption, repository, transfer of power, electric current; namos - designation/name

p - the physical, the mundane, the inanimate, the tool, the vessel, hardness; petros - rock

r - continuance, current, facilitation, transcendence; ratos - wheel, root

s - the existential sound: constant vibration, standing, traversing; os/is - to be

t - the material, hardness, hard version of D, the earthly, physical structure; telos/terra - earth

Wednesday, October 5, 2011


It is apparent that Indo-Aryan verbs were based in stems consisting of a single syllable, that is a combination of a simple consonant with a coupling vowel that could couple the verb stem with a conjugational ending.

One example is the verb root ska-, meaning "to cut", which carries with it the full implications of "to cut or mold, to shape, create, form or scoop", such as can be read here.

The ending -t and -p are merely noun-making suffixes, which lend a particular material or definite quality to the initial stem; -t is indicative of something somehow having been enacted by ska-,  such as skatos (shadow, shaped), while -p is used for more definite material objects like skapos (shape, vessel). Yet they are both very similar, as we see here.

It should therefore be known that the nouns of the Indo-European language originated from a proto-linguistic expression of active forms of existence, that is, verb-like constructions indicating a certain way of being and a certain nature of existence as emanated by the described thing. The study of such exact sound meanings will be gone over later. Thus, nouns did come from verbs, since verbs were initially stems from which suffixes could be attached to give more definitive forms; these roots were composed of sounds indicating a certain nature (a mode of existence), and therefore a certain active behavior consequent of it's existence. The world was defined by the way in which objects affected each other; based on understanding relationships between things. That was how something was defined; by how it reacted to other things. In the same way these things were described by initially verb-type words.

The roots are all directly descended from the emanations of these particular sounds, such as the sk sound formed as the root ska-, or st being sta- (to stand), and so on.

An example of conjugation:
sta-, to stand, present tense
1st Person       staimi
2nd Person      staisi
3rd Person       staiti

Conversely, there is a variety of forms we can reconstruct for representing these old verbs. One discrepancy is that the vowel coupled to these sounds is relative. It is most certainly a more open vowel, but it ranges between an a, an o and an e in representation. Final decisions in representing these will be done from a careful aesthetic study.

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Statos - That which Stands

Statos - that which stands. It comes from the verb root ste-, which means "to stand". It is responsible for the "st" in stay, stand, still and steady; it implies the qualities of the stark, the strong and the stable. It is also the firm and unmovable placement from which something stems, a stalk firmly rooted in the ground which it stays at. It is significant because it signifies its existence; the plant spends its whole life in one spot, never moving, and therefore that steadfast placement becomes symbolic of its presence on the earth. It is that which endures; the trees of the forest are statoi, for they sit in one position, and that is their eternal physical placement in the earth, and therefore their eternal spiritual existence. To stand is to durate time, to surpass the temporal and truly exist; like rocks under the running water, they stand steadfast against time's flow, not budging or losing itself, but resisting the tide which destroys all other things.

Therefore statos is important to the spirit. It signifies the steadiness of spiritual existence against the tide of time; that which stands in the universe's flow, as opposed to those that lose themselves with the flow and thus become subject to change and corruption. It is the spirit's nature to stand.

It is also, and more so, symbolic of physical growth, since that which stands marks its own existence upon the earth. It is symbolic of earthly existence, especially things that do not move or change, like things that are tied to the land; the people are a statos, because they continue their existence on earth through their genes. Furthermore, the elements of the psyche and mind are statos, since they reoccur eternally and stay within the human mind; they stand within it because they are part of it, even if they are sometimes forgotten or marked with obscurity, such as in ours times.

Furthermore the word State is from statos; not only the state of being, which is expressive of the ontological existence of anything, but also the political state, or the structure of power on earth in any given society. Further the Latin word status is from statos, which gives rise to the words station, statement, and stance, all expressive of what statos is. The city is also a statos, which we see in the German word Stadt.

Paired with the -p sound, which is expressive of a strictly material thing, we get the English word staple, which helps two or more objects to stay in place (bind them). This combination of st- and -p is also seen in the word stupid, which literally meant "to have been made still" (imagine being "stapled" with an expression thus unable to think out of awe, to be "stupefied" or "stooped" by something). This combination is also expressed in the word step, which relates to "stoop". A step stays in place, and does not move; it is stationary, and therefore a statos. Static, stain and stall also come from statos. Stone also comes from it, since it is the greatest representative of a firm nature or existence.

Variations on the primal root ste- include a vowel insertion between the "s" and the "t", which occurs in some languages frequently and in other with occasion. In English we see this represented in the words sit and set, both expressive of statos, with a vowel put in between the letters.

More interestingly, we see an early form of this in the Latin term satus, meaning "sown", which is a form of sero, "I sow". Sowing seed and planting crops is symbolic of the universal process of growth, and the place that the seed lands on is where it will sprout and it will be its statos. Therefore sowing is the creation of statos or the foundation of such development in the material world. The term "satus" then also carries meaning to Saturnus, the god Saturn, god of the crops, sowing and agriculture. Saturn is chiefly represented in association to the element time, and Saturn personifies time, civilization and material dictation, and these things are ruled by his house. He is the farthest from the sun, the spiritual center, and he is responsible for the judgement of things on earth in accordance with time; without him nothing can grow, and without him nothing can fade away or die. He is the iron rule of time as it passes on earth, and he is also represented by the metal Lead. He represents what lets the material body stand through time, before its death and after its birth, and therefore he can be seen as the material retainer; things only stand in the material world because of his junction. His persona as an archetype is universal. Another name of Saturn is Satan, "the sower", an interpretation differing from the Semitic root s-t-n, "the adversary". Disregarding the modern concepts of "Satan", we can see how primally these qualities belong under his association. Perhaps even "adversary" could be gleamed from interpreting Satan as both a "sustainer" in the material world and the "adversary" at the same time, since it is with time which he rules that things turn back to dust. To the temporal world, he may very well seem like the "adversary" because under him everything eventually comes to death or its initial state of non-being.The construction of "Satan" or "Saturn" with the Indo-Aryan roots would be Satonos.

There are several other words that come from statos too, like steel, stitch and stick. They are not hard to identify in daily life and can be seen everywhere. It's also interesting to note that in the Indo-Aryan language, the term used to describe the third-person state of being is -est, which we can see in German ist (3rd person conjugation of sein - to be), Latin est and the vowel ending -et (Latin -it, German -t), which was once pronounced "-est". This is also present in the outdated English conjugation -eth, which can be seen in Shakespearean English, i.e. he taketh, she maketh.

The word star may also be a descendent of statos, and it makes sense, however this is unclear since it may also come from the root hestos which means "to burn or shine".

Therefore learn from statos, since it is that which stands; through time, immovable, from birth to death, in continuum or in temporality, it is that which exists in a consistency. It stays in place, firm, and can be your stepping stone.

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Manos and Askos - Mankind

Manos, the man - from this we also get the Latin word manus such as in the word manual, meaning "hand". Like the hand, Man was conceived to be a tool in himself - a vessel for enacting a will upon the world. The root-consonants M and N might signify a reoccuring frequency meaning eternity and containment, referring to man's (also the hand's) creativity and the null-containment of his bodily vessel. Further on the psychology of individual sounds will be gleamed. This is why the infant term for "Mother" always turns to be composed of M's, such as Mama, Mamma, Mother, Mommy, and even Latin "Mater". The Latin term was the combination of the primordial sound Ma designating a source or fount of production and the familial suffix -ter, such as the nurturing mother, which the members of the Indo-Aryan tribes in infancy would always think of as "Ma" due to the relation of the two thought-forms, regardless of their lack of knowledge about the world. N is a soothing and constant sound, like the end of a stream, or a brick wall absorbing sound, and therefore N becomes the vessel of containment that follows after the fount of M.

Askos - the ash tree, symbolic of man and its races; Askos was often used either by itself to denotate a man, a being or a tree which is symbolic of a human in Indo-Aryan cultures, or as a suffix. As a suffix, -askos meant a subsequent race or tribe that was an Askos but a specific type of humanoid being, such as an Elf or a Dwarf in some mythologies, which had the suffix of -askos. Indo-Aryans called themselves Araskos (Aryans, i.e. Aros+askos) when comparing themselves to other tribes. Nations were also united by the suffix -askos, from which modern divisions come marked with "-isch" in German and "-iscus" in Latin. For example, Eislandisch for Icelandic and Englisch (literally, Angel-askos, Angel being the specific Germanic tribe). Askos has also been related to the words "one" and "I".

Thus together, they become Manaskos - humankind, the specific breed of Askos which was the human race at the time of the Indo-Aryan civilization. In German this is "Mensch", literally coming from "Man-isch", which comes from Man-ask or Man-tree.

The term Askos reveals the association of the tree with man deeply engrained in the Proto-Indo-European religious psychology. Men were said to resemble trees, and vice versa.  Forests were said to be the homes of tree-spirits, which were very similar to men's spirits and walked around at night in spectral form. Unlike men, the spirits of trees lived on a more eternal individual scale. Norse myths place man's creation from a pair of washed-up tree wood, with the first man's name being Askos. In English the lineage is shown in the word ash, as in an ash tree. The ash tree was very sacred in Indo-Aryan religion due to its association with man as well as a multitude of more mysterious reasons.

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Ragos - The King

Ragos, the king - the royal host, from which the words for regal come; the reign and regnum, rex and Reich, rich and right all come from this primordial word Ragos. The word re, such as in Republic, specifically relates to Ragos implying the rules of the king in the physical, that is, the reign over things (res) and the material world. Since in traditional Indo-Aryan culture the King in society was held to be the manifestation of the godhead on earth, he would be the material component to the larger spiritual empire or reign, a Reich in German. The King was the representation of divine power on earth, the tool through which divine law and dharma was mediated and kept on earth. He was the mouthpiece of the gods, and therefore expected to be the most honorable and commendable. His conduct was of the greatest importance, more important than that of any other person - if he so showed one trait of vulgarity or petty mindedness such as found in corruption, he was killed because he had failed to carry out his office and duty. The King was thus naturally regal, and only he could perform that role in society, and it was of a certain blood and lineage that these King-castes were bred.

The King or Ragos is associated with rule over the material realm, the mediation of spiritual decree into the physical and the rulership of the world. He is the divine representation on earth, the one who makes earth holy through purification. The Ragos might be said to be an eternal Jungian archetype in the Indo-Aryan psyche, which continually manifests itself in the chosen members of the people by their aptness and situation for carrying out that role. In Christianity, this is represented by the reoccurring Christ or Rex Mundi, who continually manifests itself on earth to bring spiritual order among the physical. In Northern mythologies it is represented by Odin, and every king of the old tribes were said to have the traits and "madness" of the gods. The divine and spiritual element associated with kingship is present in all Indo-Aryan cultures: in Egypt we see this explicitly, and in Babylon and India, even so far as Japan who even though being such a distant and unrelated region shares these core values. The descent of the spiritual manifestation of the law-giver, the Roman pontifex and the Christ who comes to preach to the human world in Christian mythology, marks the beginning of all earthly hierarchy of Indo-Aryan authority in their society. From this vital bridge, all other things were justified and weighed upon.

The word "rich" comes from Ragos too - in addition to the meaning of an abundance of material wealth, it also marked the possession that the Ragos had over the material world and therefore his permission in ruling it. To be rich was to be in possession of the material like the King was, to have at their power an abundance of material wealth to draw upon as right. From this we get the name Richard.

Also from Ragos comes the word "right". Though little is left of the original meaning due to historical linguistic degeneration, the word Right had a similar sense to how it is always used in the term "right-ruler" or "right angle", the measurement from which everything was judged in accordance to what was right. That is because the Ragos is also a Judge, for it is from him that all bases for judgement, thinking and rationalization are wrought. The word Right meant correctness, such as with a right-angle which could always be used to judge the true degree of another smaller angle due to its "perfect" angle of 90 degrees, the corner of a square. The right hand was the regal hand, the dexterous one that waved the scepter and declared judgement. It was the enactor of the will, as the right hand of the body was, similar to how Christ was held to be the "Right Hand" of the Holy Father, enacting the Father's will upon the earth. Therefore the King and the Right Hand, as well as scales and units of measurement, are all interrelated in Ragos because they are all his rightful aspects. He was the authority at the top of humanity who regulated these things (regulate is another related word).

The King is the measurement through which sacred order is maintained across nations. He was the rule by which all things were measures, since he was the only rightful decreer of such rule since he was mediating it from divine origin. Evola's book Revolt Against the Modern World goes over explicitly the relationship of the traditional role of the Ragos in Indo-Aryan society and psychology and does so with intensive research. Much of what can be gathered from the thought-form of Ragos and all that associates to it can be gleamed from this book.

As a final note, it is important to remember that the more one understands the absolute nature of a thought-form, which here we see manifest as specific word/phoneme-forms, the more one will be able to use it functionally to some end in the spiritual and physical world. Extrapolation on each word is intensive and creates an entire field of revivalist research in itself, but it is well worth the effort if the outcome is as we predict can be.

You can download Revolt here or at an alternative host: Depositfiles.