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A Loss of Symbolism in Communications

A Loss of Symbolism in Communications

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This document will start by summarizing the lost androgynous symbolism, which has been detailed in a separate document (The Sky-God Dyæus).

The described loss of symbolism refers to a global communication problem with a major impact in European countries.
The androgynous basis of symbolism seems to have been restored. The symbols reveal an impressive monument for the matrimonial link between man and woman, as a divine highlight to praise marriage, as a statue to praise fertility, as a bond linking peoples; and yes, even as an origin for an original and common Divine Principle, which may even have been the source for a common Indo-European deity.
This document will start by summarizing the lost androgynous symbolism, which has been detailed in a separate document (The Sky-God Dyæus).

The described loss of symbolism refers to a global communication problem with a major impact in European countries.
The androgynous basis of symbolism seems to have been restored. The symbols reveal an impressive monument for the matrimonial link between man and woman, as a divine highlight to praise marriage, as a statue to praise fertility, as a bond linking peoples; and yes, even as an origin for an original and common Divine Principle, which may even have been the source for a common Indo-European deity.

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A Loss of Symbolism inCommunications
Joannes Richter 
 Fig. 1: Initials in Ancient History (14th Century.)
 
1Modern communicating problems
From time to time a court happens to be confronted with peculiar communication problem. A few years ago a privateGerman college ordered a few “g
” of toilet paper.To be more precise the management ordered 25 “
 gross
” rolls of toilet paper in an ordering sheet specifying the largelyunknown and antiquated unit "grossas “12 x 12" at the bottom of the supplier's ordering sheet.As soon as the supplier delivered the required amount of 3600rolls of paper the school merely accepted and paid the 25“double” rolls, which had been ordered. The superfluousamount of 3550 rolls had to be returned to the supplier.The management understood the order as “25 rolls” packed in a box “specified by
 say
12 x 12 inches”. The school manager explained she never heard of the antiquated unit "g
ross
” as “12x 12". The court agreed the management had treated the matter in a legal way.This case describes a quite common communication problem,Although nobody suffered any injury the matter did costenough money to start a lawsuit. Now we may think of a worstcase scenario in which a continent like Europe or on a globalscale a major part of mankind may be damaged by a similar communication problem. One of these cases may have beenidentified in
androgynous symbolism
.2
 
2Lost androgynous symbols
This document will start by summarizing the lost androgynoussymbolism, which has been detailed in a separate document(The Sky-God Dyæus
1
 ):
The symbolism for the colours
 Red 
and
 Blue
in flagsand heraldic signs
The symbolism for the colours
 Purple, Red 
and
 Blue
inthe garments for the peers, kings and emperors
The symbolism for the colours
 Purple, Red 
and
 Blue
inmedieval manuscripts of the Bible and in ancient paintings and sculpture.
The symbolism in the divine commands referring to thecolours
 Purple, Red 
and
 Blue
in
 Exodus
and
Chronicles
The symbolism in tweed and weaving technology, inwhich
 Red 
and
 Blue
are to be woven to “
 paars
2
” or 
 purple
.
The symbolism in the true creation legends and theoriginally androgynous stature of the first man
 Adam
.
The symbolism of the ancient dual-faced sculptures.
The symbolism of the vocals U, O and I, Y.
The symbolism of the personal pronouns U
3
and I inseveral
 Indo-European
languages
1:
A summary may be found inA compact Overview of Bipolar Symbolism
2:
The colour “paars” is a Dutch adjective for Purple, referring to the peers.
3:
U = “you”
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