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The Fourth Vowel (generating Ego-pronouns from sets of vowels)

The Fourth Vowel (generating Ego-pronouns from sets of vowels)

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From a central Alpine viewpoint the Europeans (even the Germans and the Dutch) used sets of genuine vowels to create their Ego-pronouns. They applied a strict schematic scheme, in which merely vowels were allowed to be used for the Ego-pronouns, which all started as three-vowel sets, but transformed to two-vowel words by eliminating the u-sound:

The southern Ego-pronoun had been set to iou, transforming to the vowel set io

The western Ego-pronoun had been set to ieu, transforming to the vowel set je

The easthern Ego-pronoun had been set to iau, transforming the vowel set ja

The southern Ego-pronoun had been set to ihu, transforming to the vowel set ih

The use as a H-vowel however started with the Greeks, which would imply that the distribution scheme may have been setup under the influence of Greek wisdom.
From a central Alpine viewpoint the Europeans (even the Germans and the Dutch) used sets of genuine vowels to create their Ego-pronouns. They applied a strict schematic scheme, in which merely vowels were allowed to be used for the Ego-pronouns, which all started as three-vowel sets, but transformed to two-vowel words by eliminating the u-sound:

The southern Ego-pronoun had been set to iou, transforming to the vowel set io

The western Ego-pronoun had been set to ieu, transforming to the vowel set je

The easthern Ego-pronoun had been set to iau, transforming the vowel set ja

The southern Ego-pronoun had been set to ihu, transforming to the vowel set ih

The use as a H-vowel however started with the Greeks, which would imply that the distribution scheme may have been setup under the influence of Greek wisdom.

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The Fourth Vowel
J.W. Richter 
Introduction
Incredible as it is we will have to consider the idea of a controlled design for the European pronouns, which deliberately had been spread amongst the European population. From a centralAlpine standpoint the system had been set to the following scheme
1
:
The southern Ego-pronoun had been set to
iou
, transforming to
io
The western Ego-pronoun had been set to
ieu
, transforming to
 je
The easthern Ego-pronoun had been set to
iau
, transforming to
ja
The southern Ego-pronoun had been set to
ihu
, transforming to
ih
Three of these original three-letter pronouns (
iou, ieu
and
iau
) have been confirmed by Alpinedialects, but the fourth root pronoun
ihu
resulting in the German pronoun “ih” and the English “I”is missing. Basically each root pronoun applies its own set of vowels consisting of an I and a U, anda direction-dependent E, O, A and H. The letter H however for the northern pronouns usually willnot be considered as a vowel. It will have to be checked whether the H had been used as a vowel togenerate a symmetrical pronoun design for the European area.
The basic
I*U 
-Structure
In the Alps the Ego-pronoun
2
seemed to have been derived from a universal
 I*U 
-structure, which just like the cross-roads at Andermatt diverted in four directions
3
.
The Southern Pronouns
To the south into the Ticino valley the pronoun developed to
 IOU 
, resulting in an Italian “
io
” and inthe Roman sky-god
*IOU-pter 
or 
 Jupiter 
. In Sicily the pronoun lost the “o” and transformed to“iu”.
The Western Pronouns
Towards the west, following the Rhone valley the pronoun developed to
 IEU 
, resulting in anOccitan “ieu” and in French “je” and in the French sky-god
 Dieu
.
 
4
The Eastern Pronouns
Eastwards in the Swiss valleys the universal
 I*U 
-structure transformed to the
 
 Jauer 
-language,which uses the Ego-pronoun
“IAU” 
. The corresponding sky-god must have been a “Dyaus”-derivate, but seems to have been lost. In eastward directions the pronouns deteriorated to “ja”,which is a common pronoun in a great number of Slavic countries.
The Northern Pronouns
 Northwards along the rivers Aare and Rhine the universal
 I*U 
-structure transformed to the Ego- pronoun in German “
 Ih
” and English
“I” 
, by losing all “OU”-traces.With a growing distance from the Alps the deterioration of the Ego-pronouns increases. In fact thedeterioration reaches a maximum at the borders of European territories
5
.The trailing “u”-symbolvanishes as may be seen in the following table, in which English and German even lost twocharacters from the original I*U-pattern:
4Published by Dbachmannfor theWikimedia Commons under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.25 From lists in The Hieroglyphs in the Ego-Pronoun we may identify the deteriorated pronouns.
 
 Fig. 1: Schematic Distribution Map for the Ego-Pronouns
 
DirectionGenuine PronounDeteriorated Pronoun 1Deteriorated Pronoun 2SouthIOU (Jupiter)Io (Italian), Iu (Sicilian)Yo (Spanish)WestIEU (Provencal)Je (French)Dji (Walloon)EastIAU (Jauer dialect)Ja (Slavic) NorthIHUIh (southern Germandialect)I (English)Table 1: Deterioration of Pronouns
Schematic Distribution Map for the Pronouns
The “Schematic Distribution”-map reveals a remarkable symmetry, which seems to have been setup deliberately. Symmetry would be perfect if the letter “H” had been used as a (sacred) vowel.
 Fig. 2: Schematic Distribution Map for the Ego-Pronouns

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