Thursday, April 14, 2011


The paradox in time travel is there in Edenic: Traveling east is going backwards in time.  On the other hand, even traveling east is taking  up time and space.
So you are BOTH moving ahead, and going backwards. It's there in

the entry:

HEAD      QaDQoaD      Koof-Dalet-Koof-Dalet

COD-CODE_______קדקד_______[KD à  HD]

ROOTS: The given Indo European “root” for HEAD is kaput (head). That sounds like   קרקפת QaRQePHeT (head), see the  "CAPITAL" entry.

If one would consider KPT as the ancestor of an HD term, why not prefer Edenic      קדקד       QaDQoaD (head, crown of head - Deuteronomy 33:16) ?

After all, the ק Koof/Q  is merely a  ה    Hey/H with a longer stem.  A similar H-from-Koof guttural shift is seen with HOT at “CAUTERIZE” and with “HEN” from a KN root.   

To lead is “to head,” as the head leads the body (or ought to).   קדם  QeDeM, besides earlier and eastern (Genesis 25:6), means front or forward (Psalms 139:5).   קדם  QaDahM is to go forward or HEAD FOR something.   קדם QeeDaiM is to HEAD OFF or precede.        קדימה   QaDeeYMaH is AHEAD;   קדמה QeeDMaH is progress or HEADWAY.   Ethiopic qadama means he preceded (or headed for).

Paradoxically,  for a word that can mean forward progress,  קדם  QeDeM is the past, ancient or previous times (Deuteronomy 33:15). The "eastern" meaning is key to understanding the paradox, since when we head east, we both progress and go back in time.

Another relevant   Koof + dental Edenic etymon for the head and tail words here is  קצה QaTSaH, end, extremity -- Exodus 25:19. See "COAST."



BRANCHES:  The  head in Hopi (SW Uto-Aztecan Indians) is ko-te.  

Arabic qadam, foot  (that which advances  the body) is from קדם  QaDaM, to go forward.

To see more examples of English H- words from Hebrew ק Koof/ Q, look up terms like HAND, HEMP (from Greek kannabis, attributed to a Semitic origin). HORN is from Latin cornu and Hebrew  קרן QeReN -- see “UNICORN.”

The given source of HATE, and IE kadh is the etymon listed for HAT, HEED and HOOD.  HEAT and HOT are from קדח QaDa[K]H – see “CAUTERIZE.” 

HOP is from   קפץ QaPHaTS (to jump – see “KIBITZ.” 

English H-from-Kahf is seen at “HEARTH.”

Franco was the political head or CAUDILLO of post-war Spain. The word is officially borrowed from the Arabic; akid is a colonel in Arabic.

A Spanish commander, ALCAIDE, and a Spanish mayor, ALCALDE, are also from Arabic words like qada (to lead). LACKEY is said to be from Arabic al-kaid (the captain). The Moslem mahdi (messiah) is from hada (to lead aright).

Other HEADS of state, or of estates, carry KD titles like the nasalized (extra N) COUNT and (reversing to DK) DUKE.  The DK terms under IE “root” deuk (to lead) include DUCHESS, CONDUCT and TUG.  Dao is the Chinese head. 

  Related to our Koof-Dalet etymon are dental-guttural leading terms like: הדיח HeeDeeYaK[H], to lead astray, or “INDUCED” in Proverbs 7:21,  דחף  DaK[H]aF to push, drive (Esther 3:15), and Jewish Aramaic-Syriac  דחק  DiK[H]aQ (he pressed, drove (similar in Hebrew—Judges 2:18).

The flip side of "HEADS" is "tails." KD or KT tail terms include  קץ  QayT(S) (end) ,קצה   QaTSeH (edge, extremity – see “COAST”) and   תחת  Ta[K]HaT (rear end, under, below).

These give us CODA (tail), CAUDAD, CAUDAL, CAUDATE, HIND (words of being posterior), QUEU and QUETZAL (from Latin and Nahuatl tail words).  If not from Latin cauda (tail), QUEU (a line) should trace its lineage to Kook-Vav,קו   Qah(V) (line – see “AQUA”).

"Down" words are the opposite of HEAD, but we expent opposite sound and sense in Edenics.  Greek kata (down) is found in many words like CATAPULT, CATARACT and CATHEDRAL.  Reverse   תחת  TaK[H](aT), below.

Reverse dental-guttural as well for taauko, a  head in Nepali.

Getting a head in Chinese is not easy. 1.  ding X136,  crown of the head; to carry with one’s head -- ß  S-G,  S-N and   2. tou  () X653  ß  S-N, S-G or drop the guttural from  קדקד  QahDQoaD, crown of head

 קדהQaDaH (Genesis 14:26) is bowing the head to KOW TOW or give KUDOS. 

The Edenic  ק-ד Koof-Dalet or guttural-dental term is both a "head" word and a term of going downward.  KUDOS is traced  to a Greek HD etymon meaning glory (see “ADORE”), but it resembles the DUCK of a head (QD reversed) in its meaning of acknowlegement and credit.  Bowing the head is a gesture of THANKS, and the T-K Scandinavian  words for THANKS, plus the Polish and Czech D-K words, make it evident that THANKS and German danke have an unhistoric N.  These nasalized guttural-dentals are all likely reversals of our Koof-Dalet nod of acknowlegement.

Back to the top of this entry, the crown or  קדקד QaDQoaD infers the protective covering of the head. HAT, HEED, HOOD and HUT should all fit our HEAD. TOQUE, a cap, reverses to TK. Oteq means "head" in the Coeur d’Alene tongue (Pacific NW).  In Japanese atama means head.  The guttural has softened or dropped out – see the Koof-Dalet-Mem words above.

 The IE “root” kadh is to shelter or cover. Katto is a Finnish roof or ceiling. 

Ending, as we began, with  קדם  QeDeM (earlier), Bambara (Mali) kotuma means "back period."

Akademia, the place where Plato taught, does not offer a meaningful etymology for ACADEMY.  קדם  QaDeM in Edenic would mean a place of advancement, progress.  Too many Humanities ACADEMICS, seem more interested in getting tenure in the previous generation’s theories.


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