Introduction to Edenics

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By Isaac Mozeson

EDENICS is about sound and senseMUSIC and MEANING — in language.
EDENIC (Proto-Semitic, best documented in Biblical Hebrew) was HARD-WIRED in the brains of Modern Men (since Eden). Its software design matches the hardware ANATOMY of Lips, Throat, Tooth Ridge, Nose, Tongue, and Whistling Air (to pronounce the letters/sounds).

Then, in Shinar (Sumer, referenced as the later Babel) a neuro-linguistic disturbance was the Big Bang of language dispersion. The single, specieswide human language program was diversified into 70 languages. The ongoing natural breakup of these languages, like Proto-Germanic, have now given us 6000 “languages” (really dialects), like English.

Genesis 11 does not reveal the mechanics of the TOWER OF BABEL’s “confounding”, but global Edenicists are making great strides. Firstly, there were immediate LETTER SHIFTS within 7 ANATOMICAL GROUPS.

  • Interchangeable Voiceless Vowels - א ה ו י ע
    Aleph/any Cap Vowel & Sometimes Vowels, Hey/H, Vav/OO or OA, Yod/Y,J or eeY Ayin/GH or bracketed [CapVowel]
  • Interchangeable Bilabial Letters (LIPS) - ב ו פ
    Bet/B, Bhet/BH or [V], Vav/V or W, Pey/P, Phey/PH or F
  • Interchangeable Guttural Letters (THROAT) - ה ג ח כ ע ק
    Hey/H, Gimel/G or J, Het/[K]H or K[H], Kahf/K, Khaf/KH, Ayin/GH or bracketed [Cap Vowel], Koof/Q
  • Interchangeable Dental Letters (TOOTH RIDGE) - ד ט צ ת
    Dalet/D, Tet/DT, Tsadi/TS, Tahf/T, Thaf/TH
  • Interchangeable Nasal Letters (NOSE) Mem/M, Noon/N - מ נ
  • Interchangeable Liquid Letters (ROLLING TONGUE) - ל ר
    Lamed/L, Resh/R or WR
  • Interchangeable Fricative/Sibilant Letters (WHISTLING) - ז ס צ ש ת
    Zayin/Z, Samekh/$, Tsadi/TS, Sin/S, Shin/SH, Sahf/(S) (Sahf is a variant of Tahf)

Sometime VOWEL to Voiceless VOWEL YaGOAN to AGONY יגון

Secondly, METATHESIS scrambled ROOT WORDS: positions 1-2-3 of ROOT LETTERS swapped places in traceable patterns, even Reversals. (Reversals are most common with two-letter root words)

DEGREE M132 (easiest) from DaRGaH (step, rank) דרגה
WORD M231 from Da[V]aR (word) דבר
BEAUTY M213 from TZiBHeeY (beautiful) צבי
MERCY M312 from RaK[H]eM (mercy) רחם
TERRA M321 (Reversal) from AReTS (earth) ארץ

During millennia of language corruption, survival of the easiest caused NASALIZATION (inserting extra Ns or Ms).

AND [O]aWD (furthermore) עוד
SLING SHaLaK[H] (to send off, release, throw) שלח
SWAMP $OOF (German Sumpf, a marshy swamp, bog) סוף
BRONZE BaRZeL (bronze, brass) ברזל

With Edenics we can now know WHY words mean what they do.
Why is a Spanish firemen a bombero, and a French one a pompier?
Because firemen PUMP water, and history’s first PIPE was the ABOOBH אבוב , (hollow reed). See Nazalization and Bilabial Shifts above.

Languages everywhere are ultimately from Babel.

The migrating Native Americans "remembered" the Edenic word צחן TSaK[H]aN (stink), scrambled a bit at Babel, when they encountered a black and white stinker. English got SKUNK from Native Americans. To hear STINK or SCANDAL (a big stink), see the M132 Metathesis above.

Edenicists apply fundamentals of SOUND-BASED LETTER SHIFTS, METATHESIS, and NASALIZATION to search for Edenic ROOTS. Only a few hundred words are as simple as Japanese SaMuRai (the emperor’s royal guard) from SHoMeR שומר (guardian). The vast majority of words are as hard to get as 1) English LONG from Edenic AROAKH ארך (long) -- the Resh has to shift liquids to L, and an added N (Nasalization) must be felt . Or 2) English WORD (before German vort) from Edenic Da[V]aR דבר (word, thing) – where an M231 metathesis with bilabial and dental shifts are needed.

Jamie Withers   10/17/2015 8:06:00 AM
ome people claim the Bible is a book of fairy tales because it mentions unicorns. However, the biblical unicorn was a real animal, not an imaginary creature. The Bible refers to the unicorn in the context of familiar animals, such as peacocks, lambs, lions, bullocks, goats, donkeys, horses, dogs, eagles, and calves (Job 39:9–12).1 In Job 38–41, God reminded Job of the characteristics of a variety of impressive animals He had created, showing Job that God was far above man in power and strength.2 Job had to be familiar with the animals on God’s list for the illustration to be effective. God points out in Job 39:9–12 that the unicorn, “whose strength is great,” is useless for agricultural work, refusing to serve man or “harrow (plow) the valley.” This visual aid gave Job a glimpse of God’s greatness. An imaginary fantasy animal would have defeated the purpose of God’s illustration. Modern readers have trouble with the Bible’s unicorns because we forget that a single-horned feature is not uncommon on God’s menu for animal design. (Consider the rhinoceros and narwhal.) The Bible describes unicorns skipping like calves (Psalm 29:6), traveling like bullocks, and bleeding when they die (Isaiah 34:7). The presence of a very strong horn on this powerful, independent-minded creature is intended to make readers think of strength. Unicorn Courtesy: Domenichino, Virgin and Unicorn, [working under Annibale Carracci], Fresco, 1604–1605, Farnese Palace, Rome) The absence of a unicorn in the modern world should not cause us to doubt its past existence. (Think of the dodo bird. It does not exist today, but we do not doubt that it existed in the past.) Eighteenth century reports from southern Africa described rock drawings and eyewitness accounts of fierce, single-horned, equine-like animals. One such report describes “a single horn, directly in front, about as long as one’s arm, and at the base about as thick. . . . [It] had a sharp point; it was not attached to the bone of the forehead, but fixed only in the skin.”3 The elasmotherium, an extinct giant rhinoceros, provides another possibility for the unicorn’s identity. The elasmotherium’s 33-inch-long skull has a huge bony protuberance on the frontal bone consistent with the support structure for a massive horn.4 In fact, archaeologist Austen Henry Layard, in his 1849 book Nineveh and Its Remains, sketched a single-horned creature from an obelisk in company with two-horned bovine animals; he identified the single-horned animal as an Indian rhinoceros.5 The biblical unicorn could have been the elasmotherium.6 Assyrian archaeology provides one other possible solution to the unicorn identity crisis. The biblical unicorn could have been an aurochs (a kind of wild ox known to the Assyrians as rimu).7 The aurochs’s horns were symmetrical and often appeared as one in profile, as can be seen on Ashurnasirpal II’s palace relief and Esarhaddon’s stone prism.8 Fighting rimu was a popular sport for Assyrian kings. On a broken obelisk, for instance, Tiglath-Pileser I boasted of slaying them in the Lebanese mountains.9 Extinct since about 1627, aurochs, Bos primigenius, were huge bovine creatures.10 Julius Caesar described them in his Gallic Wars as, . . . a little below the elephant in size, and of the appearance, color, and shape of a bull. Their strength and speed are extraordinary; they spare neither man nor wild beast which they have espied. . . . Not even when taken very young can they be rendered familiar to men and tamed. The size, shape, and appearance of their horns differ much from the horns of our oxen. These they anxiously seek after, and bind at the tips with silver, and use as cups at their most sumptuous entertainments.11

Kevin O'Neil   9/24/2014 8:23:00 AM
Very intriguing. I discovered this site by searching for 'Zodiac' which I had been led to believe was derived from the Greek root Zoe/Animal, hence 'circle of animals'. I was unconvinced and then stumbled here, and the explanation that Zodiac derives from Tzedek, righteousness/justification is nothing short of exhilarating. I am indebted already, thankyou. Keep up the good work, Isaac Mozeson.

susanna   8/14/2014 7:36:00 AM
Who was here first a man or a baby? A baby cannot speak nor take care of himself. He learns. BELIEVE. God spoke the world into existence

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