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Reconstruction of the PIE-Trinity-Concept

Reconstruction of the PIE-Trinity-Concept

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A PIE-trinity-concept may be reconstructed from the sources divine names such as Dyeus, Dieu, IOU-piter, IAO, the Claudian letter, Plato's Symposium, Homer, Exodus 25:4, 2 Chronicles 3:14, The Parallel Lives by Plutarch, Schoolclass Religion in1954-1955 and the anomaly for the ego-pronouns near Chur, Switzerland.

Except for the Danish concept:
-- the first element seems to be a male symbol, represented by a vowel I, the sun and the color red or blue.

-- the central element seems to be an androgynous or synthesis, respectively divine element, represented by regionally varying vowels (generally E or A, in seldom cases O) and the color purple.

-- the third element seems to be a female symbol, represented by a vowel U and the color blue or red.
A PIE-trinity-concept may be reconstructed from the sources divine names such as Dyeus, Dieu, IOU-piter, IAO, the Claudian letter, Plato's Symposium, Homer, Exodus 25:4, 2 Chronicles 3:14, The Parallel Lives by Plutarch, Schoolclass Religion in1954-1955 and the anomaly for the ego-pronouns near Chur, Switzerland.

Except for the Danish concept:
-- the first element seems to be a male symbol, represented by a vowel I, the sun and the color red or blue.

-- the central element seems to be an androgynous or synthesis, respectively divine element, represented by regionally varying vowels (generally E or A, in seldom cases O) and the color purple.

-- the third element seems to be a female symbol, represented by a vowel U and the color blue or red.

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Reconstruction of the PIE-Trinity-concept
 jwr  Inthe Mystery of the Seven Vowels in Theory and Practice the author  Joscelyn Godwindescribes a  philosophical concept in which seven vowels may be related to seven planets, seven colors andseven tones.This concept however may have been preceded by a three-poled concept, which has been describedinMemories of Languages. Several reasons may be given for this reduced and simpler concept,which may have evolved to the newer 7-vowel system. Let's start with the oldest root symbolDyeus, which eventually may also be written as Dieus (?).
Dyeus -> y, e, u
The three-vowel system originally has to be based on theProto-Indo-Europeansky god concept had been personified by
, whose name clearly had been built from three vowels: y, e and u.Unfortunately we do not really have a clear idea of the symbolic contents of each of these vowels inthis word.The first idea was to eliminate the trailing letter U, which could not be interpreted as a leading(principal) symbol. This would reduce the choice between the leading “Y” and the central vowel“E”. In this study of course I noticedPlutarch's On the
at
 , who describes the inscription Eat the entrance of Apollo's sanctuary.There is a slight chance that the sequence of these letters in the word have been chosen in the sameorder in various structures. One of the possibilities to check this thesis are other divine names, suchas IOU-piter, which later had been changed to Jupiter. IOU-piter uses the same sequence for Romanletters: I, O, U which is equivalent to Y, E, U.In the same way we will investigate the Trinity-concept of YHWH which generally had beentranslated to IAΩ
1
. If this concept uses the same sequence IAΩ is equivalent to YEU.This would imply that all records might document the three corresponding elements in the sameorder y, e, u, respectively i, o, u. Let's apply this method to the creation legend in Plato'sSymposium.
Plato -> y, e, u
In his famousSymposiumPlato describes the strange three-fold structure of man as follows:“Now the sexes were three, and such as I have described them; because the sun, moon, andearth are three;-and the man was originally the child of the sun, the woman of the earth, andthe man-woman of the moon, which is made up of sun and earth, and they were all roundand moved round and round: like their parents.”This seems to be a good start for a three-fold concept, in which the sun will be named “planet”instead of a star.
1A Brief History Of Gnosticism- According to theCatholic Encyclopedia (1907)Diodorus Siculus (1st century BCE) writes YHWH as Ἰαῶ (Iao). Others listed in the Wikipedia-site Tetragrammaton applied similar spellings: Ἰαωθ (Iaoth), Ἰαῶ (Iao), Ἰαοὺ (Iaou), Ἰευώ (Ieuo) , Ἰά (Ia), Ἰάβε (Iabe), Iaho and Jehjeh.
 
Concept of a PIE-trinity concept
 Now let's assume that Plato, the author of Exodus 25 :4and 2
3:14chose the samesequence of these three elements in their documentation.
The Bible
Exodus 25:4, for the Delft-Bible (1477), derived from a medieval History-Bible (approx.1360) reads: blue / red / yellow / white[4] ende zide blaeu root gheel ende twewarf gheuerwet ende wit vlas ende haer van gheyten
Exodus 25:4, Luther 1545 (Original script), reads: “yellow / scarlet / rose-red / white”[4] gele seiden / scharlacken / rosinrot / weisse seiden / zigenhar /
Exodus 25 :4for theKing James Bible (Cambridge Ed.)reads: “And blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine linen, and goats'
hair 
, “
2
2
3:14reads: “He made the curtain of blue, purple and crimson...”
Homer 
According to Homer the rainbow merely had one color:
 
 purple -
(porphureos). 
3
"The Parallel Lives" by Plutarch
4
A great number of coloring codes for purple and scarlet, but none for blue could be detected in thehistorical records of Plutarch. Purple seems to be the imperial and divine symbol, such as the purplevestment of the goddess Demeter. Scarlet may have been a male symbol for warriors.Kings and generals make their appearance in a purple robe, but the kings wear a royal diadem and a purple robe. In a battle the king and the generals wear scarlet coats. The usual signal of impending battle was the display of a scarlet tunic (probably as a male symbol for a male warrior).From the earliest eras of Roman history (the Life of Romulus) the leader wore purple: a scarlettunic and a toga bordered with purple.
The Claudian letter Y as an intermediate between I and U 
Claudius now introduced the Ⱶ, a half H to represent the so-called
, a short vowelsound between U and I. In time, the letter  Ywas added to theLatin alphabet, filling the role of the  broken "H" which Claudius had promulgated. This defines the Roman letter Y as an intermediate between I and U.
The Danish elements A, Æ and E 
In many western, northern, and southwestern Norwegian dialects, and in the western Danishdialects of  ThyandSouthern Jutland,
æ
has a significant meaning: the first person singular pronounI, and it is thus a normal spoken word; usually, it is written as
æ
when these dialects are rendered inwriting.The Scandinavian creation legend describes the first human beings as
, which mayhave been represented by A and E, joined as the bipolar unity  Æ. 
2The original Vulgata-text is: hyacinthum et purpuram coccumque3Ancient Greek Color Vision4Symbolism of Purple and Scarlet in Greek and Roman Societies
 
Religion class 1954-1955 
At the age of 7 years in 1954-1955 I learned the Creation legend in Religion Class, where a priesttaught me to draw the first man in red and the first woman in blue, wheres after the fall the couplehad to be drawn purple. The notebook of these lessons has been documented
5
.
The ego-pronouns at the Anomaly near Chur, Switzerland 
I invested a trip to the Swiss mountains near the Rhine's bifurcation atChur . At this bifurcation alinguistic anomaly seemed to have been survived all Barbarian Invasions and migration of peoples.At this point we may find three or four different ego-pronouns and incidentally also their corresponding divine names.The west-sided branch used the
ieu
-core corresponding to the French version of Provencal ego- pronoun
ieu
, which may have mutated to the modern French ego-pronoun “
 je
” and the divine name
 Dieu
.The south-sided branch used the
iou
-core corresponding to the Italic version of the original Roman-italic ego-pronoun
iou
, which may have mutated to the modern Italian ego-pronoun “
io
” and thedivine name
 Iou
-piter.
The east-sided branch used the
iau
-core corresponding to the Slavic version of the ego-pronoun
iau
,which may have mutated to the modern ego-pronoun “j
a
” for the Jauer-languages and the Asian or eastern divine name
 Dyaus
.
Of course the Jauer have been named after their most important word,the ego-pronoun “
 jau
”.The north-sided branch for symmetry has been concentrating on another vowel, the letter “H”, or 
eta
, which would have generated a basic vowel core and ego-pronoun
ihu.
The letter H obviouslymay have caused some problems for its consonant behavior and its after introduction the H may aswell have been produced an ego-pronoun in a German dialect-form “IH”, which further northmutated to “ich” and in the Netherlands “ic” and “ik”.The first three of these ego-pronouns may be used to fill the table with modern ego-pronouns for well-conserved Alpine dialects.
The Ego-pronoun iòu më, m’ iòu 
The inhabitants of the small
village
Villar-St-Pancrace in the West Alpes between Grenoble andTorino near Briançon are using a strange Ego-
 pronoun
iòu më 
or 
m’ iòu
 
.
The flag of William I, prince of Orange
In the 16th centuryWilliam I, prince of Orange, became a leader of the Dutch independencemovement against Spain. Based on thearmsof his ancestral territory of Orange, William usedlivery colors of orange, white, and blue. At the siege of Leiden in 1574, soldiers wore those colorson their uniforms, and the popularity of the colors among Dutch nationalists subsequently spread.
ja= Runic ek, and Celtic Ø8Analysis of a Linguistic Anomaly in the Alps, in thePatois of Villar-St-Pancracethe following Personal pronouns have been used: ( Cas sujet Cas régime atone tonique direct indirect )Sg. 1°p a (l’) iòu më, m’ iòu 2°p tü, t’ të, t’ tü 3°p M u(l), al ei(l) së lu ei F eilo la eilo N o, ul, la - lu - Pl. 1°p nû*nû* 2°p òû* vû* vû* 3°p M î(z) së lû* iè F eilâ (eilaz) lâ* eilâ

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