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#Jumpstart2018 ~ Reader Q&A (Putin, Calibrations, Plans, The Lost History)

EDITED BRIGHT Lada Sau lge    Dear friends,

I hope you all have had a great New Year’s! It’s time to get back to reality and work. You know, in Russia the New Year statewide holiday lasts from January 1 through January 8, covering both New Year and Rozhdestvo (Russian Christmas). It used to be longer, but there were complaints from citizens regarding too much holiday! 😉

Here at FuturisTrendcast, we begin complaining even sooner and so, by January 4 we are ready to roll! This New Year 2018 I decided to begin with the #Jumpstart2018 series. It was nice to take a few days off to celebrate, but I think you all want me to re-engage as the world keeps spinning, stuff keeps happening and Earth Shift keeps developing.

This is the first post of the week-long #Jumpstart2018 series and you’ll just have to bear with me to see what surprises I decide to include in it.


You all know that one of the topics I always try to talk about whenever I can is #ForbiddenHistory, falsified timelines and the Russian Truth Code.

I get a lot of emails and questions much like this one from Norway, from yesterday ~

“Since I read Anastasia by Vladimir Megre, many years ago, I have felt the Russian connection and that the history is so manipulated, and still is. I would love to hear more of the lost 1000 yrs and the Scandinavian connection to the Motherland. It has bothered me a lot and I have not found the answers as yet.”

Interesting choice of words in this comment, don’t you think? ‘Scandinavian connection to the Motherland’ that is Russia. I think the author of this comment truly and profoundly feels the forbidden truths of our origins! Incidentally, such understanding only comes to those souls who are higher-dimensional and highly calibrated, which a lot of my readers and followers are.

I already have these two related and very popular articles under Forbidden HistoryForbidden Linguistics

I also talk about that in these 3 recent interviews

 The Plane Truth ~ with Lada Ray – PTS3160 TimeMonkRadioNetwork

But these are just the beginning. I am happy to tell you that I am preparing a new major series of Earth Shift Webinars, which will address the issues of forbidden, falsified and manipulated history, the truth about the lost 1000 years (or more?) and the New Chronology, the multidimensional mysteries of Hyperborea, Atlantis, Antarctica and EurAsia, as well as the forbidden linguistics that reveals much through delicate clues hidden in plain sight. As always, I won’t rehash anyone else’s material, although homage will always be paid to interesting sources I recommend. The story you will hear will be my own, told as always from my multidimensional perspective.

Please stay tuned, official announcements coming in the second half of January!



Posting link to Putin’s New Year Address to the Nation. I would be interested in Lada’s calibration of this speech. I found it full of love, unity & power. I stumbled across this link to English translation on official President of Russia site. If you’re interested you can scroll down and read about Putin’s phone conversations with Netanyahu on the first, India’s prime minister Modi on the 3rd or click around and check out his schedule. Or you can click on “documents” at the top & read gems like this one dated 12/29/17: Federal law on ratifying Agreement between Russia & Syria in extending Russian Navy’s inventory and logistics support centre area in port of Tartus. ..


Well said, Nancy — and a great question! I get a lot of questions about calibrations of various things, people and events. I know I am behind on some calibrations people have asked me to perform. Promise to do better in 2018 and post them more regularly. I might start a new Quantum Calibrations Series, actually. In what form and where — we’ll know soon.

Today, per Nancy’s New Year’s wish, I’ll calibrate Putin’s speech for you all.

I would usually post on FT Russian President’s traditional New Year’s Address, always delivered live at the stroke of midnight on Dec 31. Belatedly, here is Putin’s 2018 New Year Address.

Original Russian version

English translated version


QUANTUM CALIBRATIONS for Vladimir Putin’s live New Year’s Address 2018

QC = Quantum (cosmic energy) Calibration
CHI = Chi (earthly energy) Calibration





No surprise there, actually. Putin’s been busy presiding over Russia — the Great Balancer Earth-Shifting the world into the new reality, while doing it with care, humanity and compassion towards his citizens and compatriots, as well as making sure the humanity doesn’t plunge into a new global war. Such compassion and humanity have not always been displayed towards Russians in the past, and Russians often had to carry the load of the world on their shoulders in the past, sacrificing their well-being and needs to keep the world spinning. This is the first such successful and very careful experiment in recent history.

It is an extremely difficult endeavor indeed, as detractors, skeptics and enemies abound, but so do friends and supporters.

All about Putin, his secrets and role, and lots about Russia’s forbidden history, including fascinating mystical, multidimensional & geopolitical truths & revelations can be found in that famous

​Earth Shift Webinar 6 



Khazarian Mysteries: What do Russian, Polish, Kossack, Jewish, English and Asian Names Have in Common?

Dear readers, this is the last post of the 3 I promised today. I’m practically on vacation mode and I’ll see you all again next week. Please read, like and share all three of these new posts! Don’t overlook any! This article is of a lighter tone than the other two. See Post 1 and Post 2.

Mysteries of Linguistics: What do Russian, Polish, Serb, Kossack, Jewish, English, Italian and Asian names have in common?

Below is a quote from a comment by a reader. As you know, I love getting comments from you. FuturisTrendcast is dedicated to spreading and uncovering the truth, dispelling lies, illusions, confusions, and disinfo. I do this to educate people. Since many from all over the world read my articles, as well as comments, I usually post reader comments that are in line with this mission. To make sure your comment is posted, please always write what you know to be true and helpful to others. Writing from the heart helps.

Russian, Serbian and Bulgarian surnames usually end with -ev/-ov (e.g: Vorobjov, though there are some Middle-Asian surnames ending with -ev/-ov as well, they are distinguishable if the root of a name is typical Asian)
Surnames ending with -in, -vich, -man, skij/-sky have Jewish connotation (Abramovich, Berezovskij, Waltsman, Zvezdin)
Surnames ending with -ko are typical of Ukraine and Belarus.
During Stalin persecution of Jews in 1930-s, many ethnic Jews married Russians and adopted Russian names to avoid persecution, some are doing it now for political reasons (Poroshenko, who is Valtsman, Turchinov, who is Cogan)
In any case, it is difficult to say if someone is Russian by surname only.
If you speak Russian, have a feel of belonging to Russia, can find a common mood with Russians, people will see you as “ours”, even if your surname is Smith. 🙂

  • Hi, Nemo. You’re correct about the fact that Russians will accept anyone who identifies with the Russian culture and respects it as their own. Hence, the names are secondary to Russians. There are lots of Ukrainians, Armenians, Balts, Germans, Georgians, and even Africans, occupying high positions in Russia.
    You’re also correct about Poroshenko and Turchinov’s real names and the reason they changed them to sound Ukrainian.

    Stalin’s repressions and changing names

    Also true: people did change their names through marriage during Stalin’s repressions. However, they didn’t do so because they were Jewish, but rather to avoid association with the family name that had been repressed, regardless of the name origin. For example, my best friend’s grandmother’s family name was Ramzin – a perfectly Russian name (with Turkic roots to be sure). Ramzin was one of the famous oppositioners to Stalin, who was repressed in the 1930s. She married a Jew named Bronfman and became Natalia Ivanovna (a perfectly Russian name) Bronfman (typical Jewish). Of course when we grew up, my friend expressed regret that his grandma didn’t retain her pretty famous in Russia family name. In that case, he used to say longingly, I’d be a Ramzin. He loved telling this story to illustrate that there was no antisemitism in the USSR in the 1930s. Antisemitic problems started in Russia in late 1940s-1950s. Why – that’s a different story.

    As to the rest, you are incorrect. I want to keep your comment for the sake of all of my readers, so they could see your point of view. However, I have to correct you.

    Ancient ending ‘ov’ and its meaning

    Ending ‘ov’ (‘ev’ is just a variation) is the ancient Rus ending. Bulgarian names are of the same origin, hence the same kind of ending. You and others can read my article Words, Spells and Linguistical Traps talking about that under the category Mysteries of Linguistics.

    The ending ‘ov’ simply means ‘of’ = ‘belonging to.’ This could be a son of, or belonging to a family, clan, or location. English ‘of’ IS the Russian ‘ov.’ This is one of the original ancient Rus roots. For example, Bolotov, Elfimov, Rosanov, Brezhnev, Gorbachev.

    Asian – primarily Muslim – sounding names in Central Asia and Caucasus have the ‘ov’ ending because these are names that have been russified later, during the centuries of these territories being a part of the Russian world. There is no mystery there, just need to have a correct historic perspective.

    As to the names ending in ‘in,’ ‘vich,’ ‘sky,’ etc., your statement is unfortunately untrue. I would appreciate everyone on this forum not repeating things that have no scientific or logical basis, and smack of antisemitism. Antisemitism is as bad as rusophobia. I am sure you meant nothing of the sort, but whoever released this hoax first, did (I’ve seen this floating around the net). Such erroneous ‘scientific conclusion’ lacks the elementary understanding of history and language.

    Ending ‘in’ throughout the world, and its meaning

    In reality: ending ‘in’ is one of the most ancient endings, which can be seen throughout the world in colorful variations. It is so ancient that it predates by far any modern language. Its origins are those of our common Earthly mother tongue. Ending ‘in’ means the same as ‘ov’ – that you belong to something or someone, or are a derivative of something. If you are a son of, or are of a specific tribe or location – you are a derivative of that location, or of that father. Another way of saying this is: you are the in-sider of that family or tribe.

    It is used in the ancient Russian names such as Putin, Kalinin, Ramzin. And yes, Rasputin, too.

    ‘In’ becomes “ing,’ ‘en,’ ‘y’ or even ‘on’ in English, as in Pickering, Dowdy, Lynden, or Clinton (in the olden days it sounded more like ‘Clinten’ or ‘Clintin’); in Germanic languages it becomes ‘ung;’ in Italian it becomes ‘i,’ as in Pallini; in France or Spain it may become ‘ion’ as in Collinion; and in Asia it can be seen in many countries, becoming ‘ing,’ ‘ang,’ or ‘en,’ as in Nguen (Vietnamese).

    Which ‘vich,’ and do you want to know Lada’s full name?

    Ending “vich’ can be used as ‘ovich,’ ‘vich,’ or ‘ich.’ Russian ‘ovich’ is in reality a composite of two suffixes/endings: ‘ov’ and ‘ich.’ ‘Vich’ (or rather ‘ich’ spelled ‘ic’ – ‘c’ in Slavic languages is often historically pronounced as ‘ch’) is of the very ancient Rus/Slavic origin and is used in Yugoslavian (Serbian, Croatian, Slovenian, etc.) names. Means the same exact thing as above: ‘son of,’ = derivative of. ‘Vich’ or ‘ich’ is common to Southern and Eastern Slavs. All of former Yugoslavia (Southern Slavs) uses this ending for their last names. ALL Eastern Slavs (Russians, Belorussians and Ukrainians) use it with EVERY name as well, but differently. In Russia it’s used as a patronymic, not as a traditional last name. Example: Viktor Ivanovich Kuleshov. Or Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin. ‘Vladimirovich’ and other patronymics, always used with all FULL Eastern Slavic names and all names on the territory of the Former Soviet Union, including Central Asia, Ukraine, Moldova, Caucasus, mean: son of Vladimir, or… fill in the blank with any other name.

    For women: ‘Vladimirovna’ means ‘daughter of.’ Lada is the daugther of Vladimir = Lada Vladimirovna. That’s the truth, actually – I am. 😉 Full names are used in passports, official documents and as a respectful address. 

    Incidentally, you are also wrong about Serbs using ‘ov’ in their last names – they use ‘ich.’ All inhabitants of the former Yugoslavia, including Serbia, Chernogoria, Croatia, Bosnia, Slovenia normally have last names ending in ‘ich.’ Some Belorussians have such last names as well.

    Bulgarians, on the other hand, have last names ending in ‘ov,’ or ‘ev,’ like Russians. This indicates that Bulgarians have separated from Russians very recently, much more recently than is commonly described in traditional history books. This is to the issue of the distortions of history: this separation is no more than a few centuries old. I suspect, it dates back to as late as 17th century as that’s when massive re-writing of history occurred. In the ancient Russian bylini – chronicles – Russian bogatyrs (knights, heroes, protectors) had last names ending in ‘ovich.’

    The well-known painting below by Victor Vasnetsov (1898) ‘Tri Bogatyria’ – ‘The Three Bogatyrs’ depicts the famous historic bogatyrs and heroes of ancient bylini: Ilya Moromets, Dobrynia Nikitich and Alyosha Popovich.

    Tri Bogatiria

    Ending ‘ov’ is a more recent ending. Sometimes ‘ich’ was cut off from ‘ovich,’ forming a shorter name. As a result, Popovich could become Popov.

    The fun part: Did you know that English word ‘which,’  is in fact ‘vich’ …well, with English accent. That is because it comes from the same root. ‘Which’ means exactly the same as ‘vich’: ‘belonging to what or whom,’ as in: Which book do you want? Which of these towns are you from? Which lord’s son are you?

    Ending ‘sky’

    A lot of what I said above applies to the ending ‘sky.’ It means ‘from’ or ‘of.’ This ending was used primarily by Poles, and by Russians. Belorussky means from Belarus. Moskovsky means from Moscow.

    ‘Sky’ can denote noble origin, as in the famous Russian princes: Prince Volkonsky and Prince Obolensky. Prince Obolensky happens to be the true historic name of one of the main characters of Gold Train (Accidental Spy Russia Adventure).

    Kossacks and the ending ‘ko’

    As to the ending ‘ko,’ it indeed denotes Ukrainian origin, sometimes Belorussian as well. But in reality, this ending is a Kossack ending. ‘Cossack’ is normally spelled with a ‘c’ in English. But leaving aside the fact that ‘c’ is simply wrong here, I also want to make a point by spelling it with its authentic ‘k.’ You’ll see the point below.

    Kossacks everywhere, including in the Russian Urals and Siberia (very far from Ukraine), have names ending in ‘ko.’ Therefore, this ending is not Ukrainian; it is Kossack. Kossack history is very interesting and complicated. I will discuss it in a dedicated article soon. Until then, just this: because so many Kossacks settled in what is now Ukraine, their typical name ending became eventually fashionable with Ukrainians, and Ukrainian names more and more began ending in ‘ko’ as in Volochko, Shevchenko, Pestushko.

    But here is the clincher: ‘ko’ was initially ‘kov’ – here is this ‘ov’ again! During a couple of last centuries, ‘v’ was gradually dropped. ‘Kov’ is a variation of ‘ov,’ as in Volochkov, Naboykov, Pestushkov, Shevchenkov, Kochetkov. Usually, names ending in ‘kov,’ as well as ‘ko’ are of Kossack origin. ‘Kov’ is diminutive compared to ‘ov.’ As in ‘of lesser importance.’

    Nobles had names ending only in ‘ov,’ never ‘kov’ or ‘ko.’ Examples: Countess Rosanov(a) – the name of the main character of Gold Train (Accidental Spy Russia Adventure). Or Elfimov – family name of the main character of The Earth Shifter.

    On another note: 

    Prussian names end in ‘ov,’ denoting their ancient Russian origin, as in the fashionable towns near Berlin: Beeskov and Bukov, where my German friends reside. P-russia of course was Po-russia (flat Russia) well before it became German. Not to get off topic, but look at the name of the capital of Germany: Berlin. Ber – bear (a Russian symbol no less) with the ending ‘in’ = belonging to the bear, ‘of the bear.’ How interesting. More about that in: Words, Spells and Linguistical Traps.

    The Jewish names and Polish pani

    What ending Jewish names received depended of what geographic area within Slavic (and before that, ancient Rus) world they had originated from – where they lived for centuries. Oftentimes, Jews, like peasants living on the territory of a certain lord in Ukraine (today’s territory of Ukraine is where most Jews traditionally settled), would oftentimes be referred to by that lord’s last name. ‘Sky’ means ‘belonging to,’ so these Ukrainian peasants, or local Jews, belonged to, or were subordinate to, say, pan Vishnevetsky, or another similar pan (lord). Apparently, there was a “pan Kolomoysky” at one point, resulting in the last name of the infamous Jewish-Ukrainian oligarch Igor Kolomoysky, who is trying to create a fiefdom out of the eastern Ukrainian city of Dnepropetrovsk, and who has a lot of blood on his hands.

    ‘Sky’ was popular in Ukraine as most lords (or ‘pani’ in Polish) were of Polish origin. In Polish ‘sky’ is spelled as ‘ski.’ Vishnevetski, Pilsudski – Pilsudsky, Sikorski – Sirkosky, like the inventor of the helicopter Igor Sikorsky.

    The Khazarian mystery

    To wrap this up, I’ll just drop another historical bomb. Many people know that the ethnic origin of the Eastern European Jews is primarily Khazarian, or non-Semitic. Ancient Khazarians were the population of the south Russian, and what is now Ukraine and Novorossia, stepps. Khazarian history is very complicated, but I’ll just say that they were a part of the Rus heritage, albeit its southern manifestation. Because of the many malicious and ignorant re-writings of history, some links are lost. However, the ancient Skiffs (Scythians) and Khazars are parts of the same massive Arian Eurasian Rus culture.

    But here is my bomb: Kossacks are the heirs of Khazarians (note how similar these two words are in Russian: Kazak and Khazar). As we established previously, so are most Jews on the planet. As Kossacks are quite the opposite of the Jews in so many ways, it’s interesting how this happened. But that’s the story for another article. Stay tuned!

    That’s it for today’s journey into the mysteries of language and history. For more on this, please follow my future posts and special reports in which I will peel off more truths.

    P.S. A bit more clarification to answer some reader questions: 

    Although presently the Russian word for bear is ‘medved’: literally “the one who knows about honey,” the ancient Rus/mother tongue for bear was ‘ber’ – hence the Russian word for bear den: ‘ber-loga.’ ‘Ber’ is one of the most ancient words.

    ‘Log’ is another mother tongue root and it is visible in many languages. ‘Log’ means anything to do with being horizontal or settled. Like ‘lodging’ in English or ‘logovo’ in Russian: cave, underground dwelling, hiding place. Russian ‘log’ means a trunk of wood – obviously a horizontals item, when layed down or set as part of the wall of a dwelling. English word ‘long’ also comes from this root. Russian ‘lozhitsia’ – ‘to lie down’ is obvious too.

    Berlin: from ‘ber’ + ”log’ + ‘in.” Literally means ‘in the bear den.’ Incidentally, the capital of Switzerland is called ‘Bern.’


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Words, Spells and Linguistical Traps

Video call snapshot 78By Lada Ray, M.A.: comparative linguistics and history of languages

This post is about the fascinating world of linguistics and how language can help us uncover the truth… or spin a lie, thus shrouding the truth and creating a far-reaching confusion, depending on the intention of its user. What we will talk about is very timely for this revolutionary decade when old distortions are poised to be revealed.

I love getting interesting and thought-provoking comments from my readers. Here is one of them!

In response to my recent article Truth, Lie and Propaganda. An Appeal to the American People from a Ukrainian, JR said: “The Russian people speak from the truth in their hearts, and from a genuine compassion and love for the brotherhood of all peoples of all countries. How can one not be aware of the sincerity and honesty even while listening to what we in the US would call a foreign language ? Thank you for sharing his stirring message — one that leaves me so profoundly ashamed of the depths to which this once “great” nation has fallen. The so-called US gov’t., now the throne/stronghold of the most evil and corrupt power in the world, is seated in that tiny 10 sq. mile pentagram in Wash. DC. Yes, we are under a spell, and it has been shown that even our English language is a language full of spells — just what is a “spelling” test, or a “spelling” bee (does someone get stung??) ?? There’s dark magic holding us hostage, and keeping us prisoners in our own minds by the spells they weave using propaganda, lies and deceit, and all the tricks of their trade. Yes, many are breaking out of that death grip, but at the same time it seems that for every one freed, many others must pay the ever escalating price to keep the devouring darkness well fed. Looking at the videos of Donetsk and eastern Ukraine atrocities, I see a fast-forward of what’s planned for us here in the US. We have been warned by the “‘prophets” in the past, and now we are being warned by the victims of our future.”

I thought this was a wonderful and thought-provoking comment. And another thing that I appreciated as a linguist was the apt linguistical parallel. I replied: ““Spelling” = under a spell. Good one – and that’s coming from a linguist.”

In response, JR posted new comment: “Here is something else to add to your oddities/absurdities (nevertheless true) info as a linguist: The word Parliament means “Speaking Lies” from the French words Parler which means to speak, and mentir which means to tell lies. Also the word Politics, poly meaning many; tics are blood-sucking parasites; thus politics means many blood-sucking parasites. This is taken from a post re the “Queen of England” proven not a lawfully coronated monarch. More spells cast over the people.” See comments.

I thought this new comment was cute the way JR drew comparisons between lies and “parliament”; however, I also saw that all these interesting “discoveries” required a major clarification.

First, a little back story:

The earthly languages form and develop according to certain rules. They are often not quite tangible rules; sometimes I would call them divine laws, or the laws closely related to sacred geometry. Here is my personal opinion based on my lifelong contemplation of life and languages: another law that applies to language is the Lorenz Butterfly, also known as the Chaos Theory, which postulates that from the seeming confusion and chaos on a small scale the orderly big picture can be predicted (albeit, depending on random developments, such prediction may be difficult). For instance, if we draw a diagram of many chaotic and seemingly random hurricanes taking place around the globe at the same time, we will get a very orderly sign of infinity, which is called the Lorenz Butterfly, also known as the “butterfly effect.”


Lorenz Butterfly

How is all this related to language you ask? I will try to explain.

My response

Thanks for the comments, JR. I agree wholeheartedly that both politics and parliaments in the modern world are being misused by the elites presently in power. Some humans tend to abuse power they are entrusted with. This has long been the case in our earthly 3D reality – the reality which many of us, in our own special ways, are working hard on shifting into the new, much higher level. However, we must always remember that there is a difference between the initial idea and later implementation of said idea, between the word and the later distortion of that word’s meaning.

A great example of how this works is religion – any religion. Take Christianity for instance: Jesus spoke of peace, love and forgiveness. But look into what humans, in their thirst for control over others, have turned his teaching! How many wars and how much hatred took place in the name of “Jesus”?

The initial ideas behind the words parliament and politics weren’t negative at all. These words in fact were created as progressive, and even revolutionary, for their day.

A word about how linguistics works: the language evolution follows certain laws, which linguists study. Those who are in the linguistics field also tend to have heightened intuition about the language truth. Just because a word seems similar, doesn’t mean it is related to another coincidentally similar word. On the other hand, some words that don’t seem as similar to a layman’s ear, come from the same root.

Sometimes the word with the opposite meaning comes from the same core root. A good example of that is “rose” vs. “rude” or “crude” – all three come from the same root! As a matter for fact, the root “ros,” “rus” or “ru” is so important in human development that I will have a whole article dedicated to that soon. Stay tuned!

This is how language develops – words and their meanings shift. Substitutions of sounds, spelling and meaning happen depending on the tragedies, confusions and triumphs any given culture experiences throughout its history. And yes, as always there are malicious manipulations and deliberate substitutions based on ulterior motives, too. Much of the manipulations that were safely hidden away, are coming to the surface as more and more discoveries are made based on new revolutionary methods.

Russian linguistics school was always superb and I am happy that I had the opportunity to study under its wing. It taught me to think and see the hidden connections between words; it showed me the way to uncover the hidden and distorted truths. But of course, I had this talent since I was young.

Russian mathematicians, astronomers/physicists have been famous throughout the 20th century. It is on the cross-section of these three sciences that many new discoveries are being made. These discoveries are so earth-shattering that very soon the history of the entire planet will simply have to be re-written.

I promised that I would start talking about all that soon, and I will. Today, I want to give a primer demonstrating how language works, and how it doesn’t; how important language is to preserve our history in order to avoid past mistakes; how important the language is in uncovering the truth. Let’s consider it a sneak peek into the big adventure still to come.

JR, let’s review the etymology (origins) of the words you mentioned in your comments.

Spell and spelling: These two words come from the same root “sp” or “spr.” It is the same root as in the word “speak.” In German: “sprechen.” The root of this word, as explained by the English sources, is old Norse: from spraki – rumor or report. As we know, English language belongs to the Germanic group of languages, although the past relations among language groups and families are also being shattered as new discoveries by the Russian scientists are being revealed.

For more insight into how languages work and interact, read my popular article on Lada Ray Blog: Best Way to Learn Russian Language.

If I dig deeper with the root “sp,” I will get to the ancient origins of the mother language predating Germanic cultures. The root “sp” is much older than any language groups recognized today. It is one of the original mother-tongue roots – what we used to call Indo-European, and what I would now call more correctly the Vedic Rus mother-tongue.

The root “sp” can be seen in ancient Russian and Ukrainian words, such as: Rus: spet’ – to sing, ” Ukr: spivati – to sing, Ukr: spilkuvatisia – to socialize. Here is a very telling word: Rus/Ukr and many other Slavic languages: ispoved’ – sermon or atoning. And of course, the Russian word everyone knows: Spasibo – “thank you” – which means extending gratitude through voice. Couldn’t be any more clear, could it?

So, the mother-root “sp” signifies joining, connecting, socializing, usually via one’s voice, in other words, via communication.

The word spill in English comes from the same root, and this is an indication of how bizarrely languages work sometimes. What is the logic here? Spill means getting out of own boundaries and again making a connection with a different entity – sort of communicating with another surface. That’s what happens in a water, or oil, spill. However, the original meaning of spill was language related, as in: “spilling the beans,” which means “blabbing it out or betraying a secret.”

Another interesting word is cooperation. Recognize the same root “sp?” Coop = “sp.” This is a Latin influence. In Latin “s” became “c.” “Sp” becomes “cp” and then “coop.”

The connections between languages and words are fascinating and educational. Since I was a child, I contemplated these connections, which taught me that people are much more similar than they are different, no matter how much various interests with ulterior motives are trying to convince us otherwise. I intend to write much more about this, but that will be another time.

For now, I think I’ve made my point: “sp” means to connect, commune; “el” means god or divine. Consequently, the original meaning of a spell is: to “connect with the divine” and by extention, to “voice an intention.” Of course the contemporary meaning of  a “spell” is broader. It is a spoken incantation to actualize an intention, sometimes to deceive or confuse others, but sometimes to empower self – it all depends on who and with what motives is doing it. Spelling means: “voicing – or actualizing – the written word.”

But what an irony! As JR correctly noticed, a spell, meant to actualize, or clarify things, is often used to manipulate and confuse. And spelling is derived directly from spell.  So, when I applaud JR’s parallel between spell and spelling, I am referring to the fact that I appreciate as a linguist his ability to see the hidden ironic connection between the two.

Now let’s proceed to the other two words. These two are a different story altogether as the examples from the article JR quotes, unfortunately are incorrect translations, even if they may seem valid on the surface. Here, much later derivatives or coincidental words are being substituted by the author of the article quoted.

In my earlier comments to this same post I already cautioned someone else to avoid falling for pseudo-truths. Not all alternative sources are created equal and not all tell the truth, either because of ignorance, or hidden agenda – or both.

Let’s try not to twist or stretch the truth, even if we have the best intentions, shall we? Because the truth has this interesting quality – eventually, everything comes out anyway. That’s why truth is always the best policy.

I can tell you as a trained comparative linguist and language historian what the real meaning of these words is:

Parliament is from parler (to speak) + ment (mind). (Incidentally, the word mentir also comes from ment and means “inventing things with your mind’, or, “irritating mind by misusing it”).

So, parliament is translated as the place where people speak their minds. And that was the original intention behind parliaments. At the time, Western-style democracy was a progressive thing and it was necessary to hear different opinions when they all were valid in some way. It is now that the Western-style democracy turned into its opposite.

Politics is from Greek politicos, meaning: “related to citizens or affairs of a city” (polis – city, polites – citizens). It has nothing to do with “tics” of course — “cs”  or “s” is a common English ending for Greek-related words, shortened from the common Greek ending “os.” “Os” also has much deeper Vedic Rus roots, demonstrated in Russian last names: Volkov, Elfimov, Yablokov. “Ov” = “os.”

Further, the ORIGINAL root of the word “Polis” is the ancient Vedic Rus (later Slavic) word: “Polie.” Polie is a field or flat surface. It originates from the Rus “po” – flat, on top, along a flat surface. Example: “idti po ulitse” – “to walk along the street.”

Here are some examples of this ancient root in action: Prussia – original meaning: Po-Russia, in other words, flat or wide Russia. Later Prussia was taken over by Germans and that’s how Prussia became German, but originally it was Po-Russia. The country next to Prussia is called Poland, in Polish: Polonia. This name comes from “polie” – literally: the flat country. And believe me, Poland is really flat.

From “Polie” the ancient Greek word “polis” = city, was formed. It meant flat surface, populated with people. The “people,” or “citizens,” meaning was added later. Initially, polites meant those people who lived in flatlands, which eventually were built into cities. The word “poly” came to signify “many” much, much later. It is a modern-day derivative from “polis,” which is logical as it signified a city populated by many citizens. There was no word “poly” with today’s meaning in Ancient Greek. This is one of the manipulated subsequent additions into the language.

P.S. A reader has suggested that the word religion = re-ligion has something to do with “military rebuilding” as in re-legion (meaning military legion.) This is an exellent example of a confusion that I have talked about in the beginning.

In reality: the root “log” = “lg” means “word” in Vedic mother-tongue, and later in Latin (logos), and it has nothing to do with war. The word “legitimate” “legislature” and “library” come from the same root. Later, the word “legion” was also derived from the same root – not from war, but from “law and order.” “Logos” – “legis” – “legitimate” – “law” = “order” – “legion.” The word “linguistics” also comes from the same root. Russian lozh and English lie – same meaning, same root.

Religion simply means “reciting words” = cermons and prayers.

This is enough linguistics for now.

I hope you enjoyed this article and I hope you learned something today. Even though my time is limited, I try to clarify and explain things as much as I can, and I try to share my knowledge with all. Regrettably, I can’t always do that and many confusions perhaps go unanswered. Sometimes I answer people’s comments in the comment section of my blog. My goal is always to reveal the truth from under the layers of confusion and lies, whether intentional or inadvertent.

In this case, of course the intention of the reader, JR, was high and honest, as much of what he says rings true. Therefore, I thought it was a good idea to clarify as much as possible.

About me: M.A. (summa cum laude) in Comparative Linguistics, Translation and History of languages. I studied at Odessa Mechnikov State University, Moscow Lomonosov State University and Complutense University of Madrid, with graduate study at the Universidad de La Habana, Cuba. Read my bio here.

I see my role as someone who uncovers and reveals deep truths that had been suppressed. My mission is to help people clear the existing fog of confusion and misinformation.

In the upcoming posts I will continue this topic. Stay tuned!

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