Tuesday, June 28, 2011


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Adam and Eve were the Model-T of Modern Humans, with a factory-installed human language program.


Eden was not a gated retirement community.  Eve, and her prototype Adam were supposed to "work" and "guard" the grounds of their garden apartment.

These two words, in the original language of their lease, were  עבד  ABD   and  שמר  SMR  , sources of ROBOT and SAMURAI (royal guardsmen of Japan).


One of the entries:


ROBOT                   [E]BHeD                   Ayin-Bhet-Dalet 

EH-bhed_______עבד________[R added to BH-D à RBT]

ROOTS:   The badly-guessed Indo-European “root” of ROBOT  is  orbh (to put asunder). These  RB or RP roots are taken up at “ORPHAN.”


Robota in Czech means work, and is the immediate source of ROBOT.  German Arbeit is also an RBT word  meaning "work."


There were no ROBOTS in the Bible;  servants did all the Arbeit or      עבודה  [A]BHOADaH (work). 


The German retains the A from the  ע Ayin (the soft, Germanic Ayin, naturally) of   עבד [E]BHeD (servant --  Genesis 24:18. עבדות   [A]BHDOOT, servitude, is  the term for the slavery in Egypt.


 With  Arbeit an R was added  after theע   Ayin of    עבד   Ayin-Bhet-Dalet.  The   דDalet/D shifted dentals to T.  As happens to nonhistoric Ms and Ns (nasalizations), the added letter stayed, and the original first letter dropped away.  While nowhere as common as nasalizations,  liquids L and R can spill into and out of roots like water, see the examples below.


There is a  ו Vav in עבודה ABHOADaH, work (Leviticus 23:7), which may have shifted from V,W to R.  This is an alternative to accepting liquidization (added Ls and Rs).


BRANCHES:  The consistency of RBT  "work" words in Germanic and Slavic is almost ROBOTIC. Like the German (and Yiddish)  Arbeit is Danish arbejde, Norwegian arbeid and Swedish arbete (notice the retention of the end-Dalet).


Along with the Russian form of    עבד[A]BHoaD ( to work)  with the extra R, there are exact duplicates of Работа rabota  in several Slavic langues. In Eastern Europe the word can be traced back to Old Church Slavonic rabotya (servitude, even closer to    עבד [A]BHoaD).


 Beyond the region are variants like Albanian robtis (to work hard) and Lithuanian darbas (with the Dalet/dental moving to the front in an M321 metathesis or reversal of  עבד   [A]BHoaD.  Irish "work," obair, allows one to hear a ROBOT in reverse, but it has dropped any end-dental.


Latin labor, toil (whence COLLABORATE, ELABORATE and LABOR), along with Italian lavoro (work)  suggest a liquid-bilabial "work" word with no end-dental that is unrelated to עבד  [A]BHoaD.


That Edenic etymon could be a reversed, shifted  פעל Pa'[A]hL (do, make, act -- see "FACULTY").  Latin work, opus, is close to our ע-ב-ד Ayin-Bhet-Dalet.


Some  Slavic languages did not think ע-ב-ד  Ayin-Bhet-Dalet at all.  Polish praca and Czech prace (work) appear to be from פלח  PaLaK[H] (to labor—Daniel 3:18). This is a mere liquid shift away.


The AHD's IE "root" for PRACTICE (PRACTICAL, PRAGMATIC and PRAXIX) is prak (to make, do).  This meaning points to  פעל Pa'GHahL (do, make, act), with an M132 and a liquid shift.


 The ongoing diversification of language begun at Babel did not have descendant offshoots of a proto-language all choose close variations like robots.  More than mere migration issues are involved.  An innate Edenic language program allows a breakaway clan to think of a different way to say things according to their cultural slant.  Other varieties of "work"  words are seen at "AMERICA" and "FACILTY."


The third definition of ARBITRARY is “tyrannical, despotic.”  This has nothing to do with arbitration.  This RBT word may be echoing ע-ב-ד Ayin-Bhet-Dalet slavery, and not AHD’s given "root" of "pulling asunder."  Such a "root" may be an M231 of   טרף DTeRePH (ripping apart) -- see "TROPHY."


Examples of added Liquids (R, L)  besides  עבד [E]BHeD to aRbeit (work in German) include:

CHARM < חם K[H]ahM, warmth (see "AMITY"), חמד  K[H][eMeD, delight;  חמוד  K[H]aMOOD, charming;

COARSE  )rough, harsh, … no IE "root", "of unknown origin." If  an unhistoric R was added,

    it is a perfect קשה    QaSHeH (hard). [KASHA]

 ONSLAUGHT or SLAUGHTER from  שחט  SHaK[H]aDT (to slaughter – Genesis 37:31);

 ORDER from עדר [A]DahR (see “ORDER”);

 SLIVER from  שבר SHe(V)eR (a sliver or splinter – see “SHIVER”) 

 SLOUCH fromשוח   SOOaK[H] (to sink, bow – see “SAG”).

 German  SpRech, speech ; Old English "speech" words have no R.  [SPEECH]


 Added R’s are not common in Indo-European, but consider the chances of Arbeit and ע-ב-ד Ayin-Bhet-Dalet meaning “work” by sheer coincidence.  When considering odds one has to consider what percentage of a total vocabulary can mean the same thing.   At the  “CAP” and "CALM" entries are more examples of both added Ls and Rs.   See “OBEDIENCE.”

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