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CANA-REIS at ​Cana'aRa

Achaean or acan ​‘foederati’​ colonia were regulated via form and

as such were numbered according to form.​ ​This entailed a cheironomous
port signal system that enumerated via pneuma. Hand gestures indicated
messages that were both signals upon status and alert.

Hence, a vindi scalar was put to use--​ni sa re ga ma pa dha​--of a

series type custom, [ᚠ]ᚢᚦᚨᚱᚲᚷ[ᚹ]ᚺ ᚾᛁᛃᛈᛇᛉ ᛊᛏᛒᛖᛗᛚᛜᛞᛟ -- ​Yarmuta,
Norumbega [Batiscan], Ternes, Fines, Rys, Cainas, Xinnes, Pines,
Helnas, Tijl, Lymas, Jarnes, Kilarnes, Silnes, Wilnas, Etnas, Tinas,
Bjarnes, Marcas, Piq, Rijra, Omnes, Winas, Karnes​--for each port or
harbour of ​norre​ custom.

One of the first mappa mundi proviso via cult was the babylonian
script of ​Sippar​ near the Euphrates. By similar process of exhaustion,
​ ​ Garsis​ and ​Asochis​ near Sepphoris provided a ‘tuj’ or foreign
delegate protocol as a protocol based system ​ex audia​ and ​ex
caudra--​or​ xocio​. ​Aris​ or ​A-ris​ or ​Rys​ was an indicator of custom in
this system, as was ​As Ochis​, or ​Aso Chis​ possibly ventured via​ Īweriū
delivered in a proto-Japonic ​‘langue d’oc.’

Nearby Khirbet Qana as an archaeological site in the Lower

Galilee of Israel, was a proof of settlement via both ‘ypta’ greca and
coptic besant rule.

As such, meanings of ​Garis​ morphed in multiple ways--line, dash,

strip, rule, regulation and fish sauce, derived via the Latin garum.
Garsis, or G-arsis derives via custom from the greek verb ἄρσις or
​ meaning “lifting” as well as from the verb from αἴρω or aírō​,
“I lift,” which also means burden or a repeated music measure or a
lifted hand in ​cheironomy​ as an indicator of ​pitch, onset, rime,
nucleus, coda​ in speech pronunciation.

Cheironomy surfaced as a tool for communication in the bas

reliefs of Tel Bismaya near as a pr-djt or ‘lemma’ heiritic Old
Kingdom Mastaba, ca. 2001 BC. The port signal system derived from this
cult was based on tonal insert via grecanized syllabary. Thus, each
port was accorded a space according to social custom, density, and

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Palestine: Memoirs of the topography, orography hydrography,
archaeology,​ ​ Palestine Exploration Fund, vol. 1, sheets 1-7, 338.

Strange, J.F., Groh D.E., Longstaff, T.R.W., [1994] ​Excavations

at Sepphoris: The Location and Identification of Shikhin: Part I,
Israel Exploration Journal, Vol. 44, No. 3/4 (), pp. 216-227.

Russell, K.L. [2006] Reconstruction and Morphophonemic Analysis

of Proto-Japonic Verbal Morphology, Phd University of Hawai’i.


Old japon -- a na si -- wa x x
Akkadian ​ -- ku ta ti su si -- ni at nu na
Greek​ -- ey du - tn -- nu vu toi -
Japonic --
Heiritic -- ​j k t f s -- n tn sn ny
Demotic -- p t ma -- m i s
Hittite -- uk zik x -- wes sumes x
Palaic -- x ti x -- x x x
Coptic -- a x su -- an x un
Kushite -- ni kai shi -- mu ku wa


Norre T-O distal mapping [eratosthenes parallels]

Ni Sa re ga ma pa dha

Thule [ᚠ] ᚢ ᚦ ᚨ ᚱ ᚲ
Sadu uru ura assur der
Borys ᚷ [ᚹ] ᚺ ᚾ ᛁ ᛃ
Paru susa qu ia ru
Byz ᛈ ᛇ ᛉ ᛊ ᛏ ᛒ
Ban tin tum nagu
Rho ᛖ ᛗ ᛚ ᛜ ᛞ ᛟ

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