Vishnu is a distant cousin of Calypso


This text underneath is a small example showing the way in which the linguistics (especially historical) should be treated with care, experience and philosophical attention. If you compare all the words I mentioned below you will see a great number of phonetic changes (some regular and much more irregular), which clearly indicate that phonetics and phonology cannot be the basic sub-disciplines for the understanding of the development of language/s. As I told many times, the primary weapon of the linguistics should be the semantics and the philosophy of language.

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Vishnu is the Supreme Being equal to Serbian Višnji (Lord) or Sve-višnji (Almighty). This name is derived from Bel-Gon ur-basis. Name Vishnu could be compared to English 'big' and Serbian velik (big; cf. Lat. pollex the big toe; Eng. bulge; Serb. buđža big man, but, club). Sanskrit Vishnu and Serbian Višnji are the words referring to 'height' or 'highness' (Serb. visina height). Indirectly, these words are also connected to the Serbian words blag (benign, mild) and blažen (blessed). Serbian syntagm "blagi Bog" (the merciful God) clearly shows that Serbian modern name for god (bog) is derived from Bel-Gon basis; i.e. from the word velik (velik <= belik => bulge => big).

I hope there is no need to point out that English words big, bulge and bless clearly correspond to Serbian velik (big), budža (big man), and blažen (blessed). In addition, we must say that Serbian visina (height) is related to the verb visiti (hang) and adjective obešen/ovešen (hanged, suspended; cf. Serb.vešanje hanging; vešala gallows). The Serbian adjective obešen indicates that all the above-mentioned words are the cognates of the Serbian word nebo (sky) and Latin nebula. Following the simple laws of Xur-Bel-Gon formula (HSF) we are getting to a conclusion that Latin G/nobilis is most closely related to Serbian nebo (sky), Greek καλύπτω in sense of "throw a cloud over", νέφος (cloud), Latin nebula and German Nebel. The basic meaning of the Greek word kalypto (also known as καλύβη/kalybe) is "to cover with" and it is the older cognate of the "modern" cap (Serb. kapa /cap/ and kaput /coat/).

The world is small, really! Now we can understand the etymology of words like cup (Srb. kupa/kupelj; Greek κύπελλον) or Greek κύφελλα (clouds), Serb. oblak (cloud) and even Serbian koliba (hut). Also it bacame clear that Greek Calypso was a nymph and her name originated from the Gon-Bel-Gon basis, wherefrom originated all the above Greek, English and Serbian words (cf. Latin. nimbus). In fact, the sky (or clouds) was understood as a kind of cover/armor around the body of Earth (Serb. oklop armor, cover).

Calypso and nimph are the words that sprang from the same ur-basis (above-mentioned Gon-Bel-Gon) and their literal meaning is "covering". Of course, in this case we know that nymphs are spiritual and "veiled" (concealed) creatures and Calypso is also "covered" (Greek kalypto /to cover/; Serb. oklopiti cover) with "clouds" and hardly visible.

Conclusion: Vishnu is a distant cousin of Calypso!

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