This is a translation which I have made of Billy Meier’s book which was published in 1987. It does not include the list of names.
There is also a post which gives the original German version.
6360 Interplanetary NAMES in their ORIGINAL FORM and their MEANING
Received and written down
by Billy Meier
Time and again, the people of the world search for first names when it comes to giving their descendants a suitable and appropriate name. However, the spelling, emphasis, origin and meaning of the names that still exist today are very often dubious, inadequate or have been lost altogether. For this reason, the ‘FREIE INTERESSENGEMEINSCHAFT’, CH-8499 HINTERSCHMIDRUETI, has decided to research and record the names once in use on earth in their actual original form, including their accentuation, meaning and spelling. The result was that some of the original forms of the names have been preserved up to the present day in terms of meaning and pronunciation etc., while other parts have been completely or partially altered or even completely lost.
In this edition of the name book, a total of around 6360 female and male names are listed in their original form, as they were used thousands of years ago in seven different basic languages on earth. These original names can still be used today, just as they were then, thus preserving the traditional and somehow romantic in modern times. It must be said, however, that the present names represent only a small fraction of all the names that existed and were used in the past, which, as already explained, go back to seven basic languages, but which have demonstrably found their way into and been used in ALL the languages of the world since then, even if they have often been changed or made completely unrecognisable up to the present day.
The spelling, meaning and emphasis of names is very important, which is why each stress/extension sound in a name must be emphasised, both in pronunciation and spelling. In the spelling of names, this is done by emphasising the corresponding letter with an underline or overline, in accordance with the original languages. However, this method of emphasising the letter may be somewhat cumbersome for the latest spellings of the people of Earth and is also no longer stylistically correct, which is why a letter to be emphasised can nowadays very well be written with a DOUBLE LETTER, for example the name ANJTA, which according to the original spelling was emphasised as follows:
ANJTA or ANJTA
while today it is pronounced without special emphasis, which no longer corresponds to the value and meaning of the original meaning, whereby the name becomes a worthless phrase and or even an alienation of meaning. In truth, the original form of the name ANJTA had a stretched J sound, according to which it must therefore be written and spoken in the same way according to today’s value, although according to the writing style and writing value prevailing in modern times, a double sound can simply be written as a stretch, after which the name is then written as follows:
A N J J T A
In its original meaning, this name, which serves as an example here, indicated that the bearer of the name was ‘worthy of love’ = meaning of the name: ‘worthy of love’. In this case, the original name ANJTA was changed over the millennia and found its way into various languages, albeit with severe mutilations. Interestingly, it has reappeared in an almost correct form in more recent times in the German language, from which it was adopted from the Spanish Juanjta as a short form, whereby in the earliest times the original name ANJTA was changed to the Spanish Juanjt, whereby the name was probably preserved in a new name, but completely lost its meaning and significance. But because the meanings and significance of many names were lost, the people of Earth simply invented new meanings for them, which in no way do justice to the names in their sense. As a result, many of the names in use today have become smoke and mirrors that no longer harbour any value whatsoever, although we must disregard those names that originated specifically from the various ‘vernaculars’ of the people of Earth, such as the names used in German, for example: Adalbert, Albrecht, Anke, Anneliese etc. etc. However, it is often quite difficult to find out whether a name in use today is an original name or a new name, because even today original names are still in use, albeit in a modified form, for example:
E D U A R D
E W A R D
whose meaning and sense in the original sense was: ‘The Keeper of the Treasure’, from which it can be seen that at least the meaning and sense were only changed in the form that the necessary DER was omitted before the ‘Keeper of the Treasure’, while the name itself suffered a strong change and falsification in the German language, as well as in the Italian language, since it is known as EDUARDO, while probably the English form of this name is still closest to the truthful original form, namely EDWARD.
The alphabet of the original languages must also be taken into account, which does not recognise the various letters of the new languages, nor does it recognise umlauts and so on. In the old languages, only the pure alphabetical letters apply, whereby two letter values of similar form do not appear, as is the case in the new alphabets of various new languages, in which, for example, the I and the J appear, or the C and the Z, and so on. In the original language alphabets, therefore, there is only a J, while the I is completely absent. However, the C is also missing in the old original languages and their alphabets, while the Z and K are present instead. The following alphabetical table therefore serves as a comparison:
Lat. Alphabet: Old-Alphabet:
As can be seen from the table, there are 5 fewer letters in the old alphabet than in the new Latin alphabet. The old alphabet lacks the letters C, I, Q, V and Y, and interestingly enough, the old languages get by remarkably easily and without difficulty without these letters. The following name is written as follows in the Latin alphabet:
Q U E T Z A L
while the old alphabet writes the same name much more logically and simply as follows:
K W E Z A L
This shows that there are far fewer spelling difficulties with the old alphabet of the original languages than with the new alphabets, which can be illustrated with the following examples using German words:
today’s German at that time – standardised
Q U E L L E K W E L E
Q U A D R I L L K W A D R J L
Q U A N T E N K W A N T E N
Q U A L K W A L
Q U A D R I U M K W A D R J U M
Q U A I K W A J
Q U A N T K W A N T
Q U A R K K W A R K
Q U A E K E R K W E K E R
etc. etc. etc. etc.
V A T E R F A T E R
V O G E L F O G E L
V E R E I N F E R A J N
V E R G I B F E R G J B
etc. etc. etc. etc.
C A B A L L E R O K A B A L E R O
C A D M I U M K A D M J U M
C A B A R E T K A B A R E T
C A F E K A F E
etc. etc. etc. etc.
I M M A N U E L J M A N U E L
I M M E R D A R J M E R D A
I N M I T T E N J N M J T E N
I N B R U N S T V O L L J N B R U N S T F O L
etc. etc. etc. etc.
The letters appearing in each case are used and expressed exactly as they are written, whereby only the emphasis of the expansion must be taken into account. Everything else, such as umlauts etc., is completely omitted, which simplifies everything and brings it back to the old logic.
The origin of first names in the original languages of the earth is based exclusively on the fact that people first had some kind of designation, to which very specific terms were then assigned, depending on what activity this person carried out or what qualities, deeds and abilities he had. For example, if a person was called FJTUR in the original languages and it turned out that he possessed gifts of foresight, then he was called FJTUR, THE FORESIGHT. If, on the other hand, there was a female person who made many discoveries and was called FJKORA, then she was called FJKORA, THE DISCOVERER, etc., etc., but if, for example, she was a ship canal builder and called herself GRAKA, then she was called GRAKA, THE SHIP CANAL BUILDER. This in turn shows that there were first names from and for people before the meanings for them emerged. These, the meanings and the sense of the individual names only emerged afterwards – after it was established what the individual people did, what abilities and characteristics or what special features they had. In the course of time, these emerging meanings and values were then further developed into other new words, which then formed the meanings for certain activities, characteristics and abilities etc., resulting in a real language with many words and concepts, which enabled people to communicate more and better with others. Let’s take the following example:
There was a man, many thousands of years ago, and he called himself ULHO because he lived on a mountain. Not yet able to speak a proper language, he called himself UL, while referring to the mountain as HO. Since he now lived on the mountain, he thought that he would simply call himself ‘UL who lives on the mountain’ so that his sparsely populated neighbours would know who he was. Consequently, he added the name of the mountain to his own name, so that he was called ULHO = UL WHO LIVES ON THE MOUNTAIN = ULHO. One day a stranger passed by the cave dweller ULHO, according to whose terms a mountain was called FA. He thought that ULHO lived on the mountain, so he added his mountain name FA to ULHO’s name and called him FAULHO. A few years later, another stranger appeared and his name and term for a mountain was different again, namely RN. Following a similar train of thought, he added his mountain name to the existing one, but this time at the end, so that the initial ULHO was now called FAULHORN. Over time, this name was transferred to the mountain, because the strangers became friends with FAULHORN, which is why they often visited him. So they always went to FAULHORN, WHO LIVED ON THE MOUNTAIN. The name stuck for many millennia, and then came new times, new people and new languages – and then came the German languages, which simply called the mountain Berg and which went to the mountain FAULHORN, because again they put their name for the mountain, namely Berg, before the old name FAULHORN, so that in future the mountain was called BERG FAULHORN. Of course, with regard to the actually existing mountain FAULHORN, one must not assume that this name actually originated in ancient times and in this way, because the Faulhorn only received its name much later and in more recent times, even if certain old language elements are involved. But in fact, the names and their meanings and the actual languages of mankind came into being in precisely this way, as was mentioned and explained in the previous example. This is an indisputable fact that is also slowly becoming clear to today’s scientists and for which they can already provide evidence, even if much is still unclear with regard to the findings in this area and they still dispute many facts that are already known – as usual. However, they cannot deny that words and terms that mean the same thing are still in use in many of today’s earthly languages. For example, in North and South America, India, Tibet, Africa, Australia and Polynesia, etc., there are words of great similarity. For example, in North and South America, India, Tibet, Africa, Australia and Polynesia, etc., words of great similarity occur which, fascinatingly, all mean one and the same thing and have the concept of running water: RINA, RINI, RINGUEN, RAN, RINAN, ROANOKE, RININ.
Words from original languages, and why so similar? Indeed, words from the original languages, and so similar because the original languages emerged as extended languages from a single language, as dialects, so to speak, from which new languages were then formed.
The first comprehensible and conceptual word was formed from the actual language, which originated millions of years ago and which was actually gradually developed from grunts, chokes and sibilants, etc. This one word was soon followed by others, created and compiled by prehistoric man. In this way, prehistoric man gradually created a repertoire of a few words that he used to communicate with his neighbours, acquaintances or strangers when he had the opportunity to do so. The neighbours, acquaintances and strangers themselves, of course, also formed intelligible sounds from their grunts, chokes and licks, which found their way into communication as words. Slowly but surely, word after word came together, the concepts and communication accumulated, and soon the first primitive human language emerged, the actual primitive language, which already contained a good number of words with which one could communicate quite well.
The original language that developed on earth is called BRO, which in this original language meant something like: ‘THUNDER that comes out of the mouth’. Over the course of time, this term expanded more and more until finally, after a better understanding of things, it completely disappeared as an expression and designation for human speech and was replaced by the term GLOS, which soon changed to GLOSA, meaning ‘speech’. But even this term did not remain constant and changed more and more, giving rise to the term GLOSIA, which now meant LANGUAGE. The original term BRO, on the other hand, underwent many changes until it finally became the first names JSBRON and JSBRONA, but also a further and completely changed word meaning in linguistic usage.
In the course of time, all the languages of the earth developed from this original language BRO, but only because it was mixed with 7 old Lyranic languages, which, already very highly developed, raised the value of the language enormously and made the new languages perfect means of communication not only orally but also in writing. The seven lyranic languages, which were truly already highly developed and therefore no longer original languages in the usual sense, but which can only be regarded as original languages today, were:
Note: The Lyrian language was first spoken on Earth 389,000 years ago when millions of colonisers from Lyra-Vega came to Earth – most did not stay.
1) W E S T A N
2) T R J D J N
3) A R J N
4) H E B R J N
5) K J D A N
6) B A M A R
7) S U M A N
These seven original languages represent the actual basic languages from which all ancient earthly languages were developed in the course of time, from which in turn new languages were gradually formed and from which today’s languages ultimately emerged – including Latin, which is probably no longer in common use among the people, but still has great value as a technical language, and which was created by some clever language experts from old languages and new word formations.
The seven original Lyranic languages thus developed into the ancient languages from which today’s known earthly languages emerged. The process of development and transformation is as follows:
W E S T A N: all African languages
T R J D J N: all Native American languages and island languages of the southern and central hemisphere
A R J N: all Germanic, Indo-European, Latin and English and Celtic languages etc.
H E B R J N: Assyrian, Arabic, Hebrew, Babylonian, Aramaic languages, etc.
K J D A N: Chinese and Japanese languages
B A M A R: Australian, Middle Eastern and Ottoman languages
S U M A N: Minoan (from which ancient Greek emerged) Atlantean, Goban, Sumerian, Limurgic languages, etc.
Of course, only the most important points of the language lines listed are mentioned, as the exact subdivisions would be very time-consuming and extremely tedious, costly and space-consuming, which is why they cannot be listed here. However, the above does provide a valuable little overview that allows the development of today’s languages to be traced back to their origins to some extent.
The first name, it is clear, is full of vibrations that have a harmonious or disharmonious effect on the bearer, which is why many people find their names a joy, while for many others their names cause discomfort, unhappiness and even suffering. Therefore, the responsible name givers must ensure that when choosing a name, they do not simply look for a name that appeals to the parents or simply seems appropriate to them. A name must always be searched for and chosen according to the value of the child, and this value results primarily from issues that are fundamentally based on the parents, while only two points are directly related to the expected child.
There are 7 points, including the Zodiac sign of the possible birth.
The values of the 7 individual tables are added together at the end, giving results between 11 and 49, which then determine whether a name to be chosen belongs to one of the following astrological signs: fire sign, earth sign, air sign, water sign.
The character affiliation is determined from the following point evaluation:
10 to 21 points = earth sign
22 to 30 points = fire sign
31 to 41 points = air sign
42 to 49 points = water sign
The names to be found are therefore divided into the four astrological signs.
The name meanings themselves contain values that determine the affiliation to the respective astrological signs.
e.g. Air sign:
Wissen, Weisheit, Intellekt, Beweglichkeit, Raschheit, Verständnis, Schrift, Transzendenz usw. usw.
Knowledge, wisdom, intellect, agility, swiftness, understanding, writing, transcendence, etc., etc.
Unfortunately, for centuries and millennia, people on earth have had the misguided habit of simply naming their offspring after their father and mother, or grandparents, great-grandparents and all kinds of objects, landscapes, events and occurrences, etc., without considering that this does their offspring no favours or service whatsoever.
Blogger Comment: According to Billy, whenever we read, think, or speak a person’s name, swinging waves radiate out from our material consciousness & can travel over large distances to impinge upon & affect the person concerned, the result of which would be harmonious or disharmonius.
- AABATON Der nie berührt wurde
Abaton The one that was never touched
- AABEL Der Hauch des Vergänglichen
Abel The breath of the ephemeral
- AABRAM Der erhabene Vater
Abram The exalted father
- AADONJS Der Schöne
Adonjs The beautiful one
- AAGAPOS Der Liebende
Agapos The loving one
First names are a legal right for a person, while they automatically acquire their surname at birth, whereby they are automatically assigned to the surname of the father (or in special cases the mother), depending on the existing and applicable law. Therefore, the newborn person cannot decide on this, nor can the parents, unless special laws are applied for a change of name if the newborn person is to bear a surname other than that of the parents.
The rule is that parents usually choose the first names for their conceived children. The children are then bound to these first names given by the parents (there may be several) as well as to the family names for their lifetime, and names may only be changed or altered by way of a legal act (by official authorisation). By law, not even syllables or letters in the names may be changed without authorisation, as this requires official permission. This also applies to women who receive their husband’s surname through marriage. However, a child also receives the surname of the adoptive father when a child is adopted.
A person’s first name is a unique personal asset and the person and name are closely linked. However, a first name, like a family name, can only be changed or altered for very important reasons and with special authorisation from the authorities. This also means that once the spelling of the name has been established in a document, it must remain unchanged. Violations of this can be punished by the authorities and the courts, as spelling the name differently from the way it was first recorded at the registry office/birth register etc. constitutes a forgery of documents that can be prosecuted under criminal law, i.e. a criminal offence against the law and its provisions. This also applies if a pseudonym is used without official authorisation vis-à-vis official bodies and authorities, etc., or if false names and pseudonyms are used for the purpose of misleading, etc.
Naming the new citizens of the world is of enormous importance to them, which is unfortunately either completely forgotten or paid far too little attention to by parents and others who are responsible for naming them. The first name, it is clear, is full of vibrations that have a harmonious or disharmonious effect on the bearer, which is why many people find their names a joy, while for many others their names cause discomfort, unhappiness and even suffering. Therefore, the responsible name givers must ensure that when choosing a name, they do not simply look for a name that appeals to the parents or simply seems appropriate to them. A name must always be searched for and chosen according to the value of the child, and this value results primarily from issues that are fundamentally based on the parents, while only two points are directly related to the expected child. The following things must therefore be taken into account when choosing a name:
1) The sex (which can be determined with complete certainty long before birth thanks to today’s advances).
2) Zodiac sign of the possible birth.
3) Character of both parents.
4) Education of both parents.
5) Physical condition of both parents at conception.
6) Educational expectations of both parents.
7) Mental state of the parents at conception.
The observance of these seven points is of enormous importance for the naming of the expected child, whereby the necessary values can be determined by means of a simple table, through which a name search and naming can be made easier and more accurate. The tables can be used to determine the values of points 3, 5, 6 and 7:
to which the corresponding values of the parents must be added. These values can be determined as a mean value by taking an average value that results from all points equally. Practice proves that spouses are always unequal in their characteristics and states etc., which means that the individual partners must be assessed unequally in their values. However, if the partners are honest about their characteristics and states, a full assessment can be made, which produces a very accurate result. If one partner can be judged as EXCELLENT in one characteristic or condition and the other as AVERAGE, then the average value for both partners is GOOD. This results in the following schematic value determination template:
- Partner: 2. Partner: Average value:
Outstanding Mediocre Good
Excellent Good Excellent
Excellent Satisfactory Mediocre
Excellent Unsatisfactory Satisfactory
Good Mediocre Mediocre
Good Satisfactory Mediocre
Good Unsatisfactory Satisfactory
Mediocre Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
Mediocre Unsatisfactory Unsatisfactory
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Unsatisfactory
These are therefore the average values to be assessed, whereby no other compositions can apply. It is therefore only necessary to start from the list given here. The average values found in this way are now added to the special tables, which have their own values for each characteristic and for each condition, and which must also be worked out as an average value for each table. The values of the individual tables are added together at the end, giving results between 11 and 49, which then determine whether a name to be chosen belongs to one of the following astrological signs:
either : fire sign
or : earth sign
or : air sign
or : water sign
The character affiliation is determined from the following point evaluation:
10 to 21 points = earth sign
22 to 30 points = fire sign
31 to 41 points = air sign
42 to 49 points = water sign
The individual tables are as follows, whereby tables 1 and 2 represent unchangeable values:
1) Male 7
2) Aries 4
3) Character of the parents
4) Parents' knowledge of the truth
Focused on pure wisdom 7
Seeking and researching for the real truth 5
Religious believer 1
Religious fanatic 0
5) Physical condition of the parents at conception
6) Education by the parents
7) Mental state of the parents at conception
The names to be found are therefore divided into the four astrological signs according to the values found.
to be categorised. These signs can be determined by any lay person on the basis of the interpretation of name values by looking at and determining the NAME MEANING. The name meanings themselves contain values that determine the affiliation to the respective astrological signs.
Examples: Name meanings that include the following.
Fire sign: Development of power, creation, organisation, action, ideal, force of expression, dynamism, heat, beginning, masculinity, etc., etc.
Earth sign: Reality, material, attachment, tradition, thoroughness, enrichment in the material, construction, calm, repetition, etc., etc.
Air sign: Knowledge, wisdom, intellect, agility, swiftness, understanding, writing, transcendence, etc., etc.
Water sign: Life, feeling, mysticism, urge to evolve, becoming, security, profundity, shyness, procreation, closeness to creation and nature, freedom, love, knowledge, wisdom, etc., etc.
The astrological sign is therefore determined by the meaning of the name, from which it is very easy to recognise which sign it belongs to. If, for example, the name HOROP is taken, whose meaning is ‘the interpreter of destiny’, then this name belongs to the water sign, because the interpretation of destiny belongs to the area of mysticism, which is assigned to the water sign.
If all these aspects of finding and choosing a name are taken into account, then it can be assumed with certainty that the right name will be found. And this is exactly what should be taken into account when choosing a name, because the name is decisive for a person’s entire life; because the name determines a person’s basic character, his life character, his way of life and his lifestyle, but also his self-determined destiny, his mental and physical ups and downs, as well as his successes or failures, and so on.
Unfortunately, for centuries and millennia, people on earth have had the misguided habit of simply naming their offspring after their father and mother, or grandparents, great-grandparents and all kinds of objects, landscapes, events and occurrences, etc., without considering that this does their offspring no favours or service whatsoever. As a rule, no thought is given to the fact that the child to whom the name is assigned will have to bear it for better or worse for the rest of its life, that it will find complete life in it – or else complete destruction. This alone is a real reason for giving a descendant a name that suits him or her and to which he or she is entitled, with the personal renunciation of the parents to simply choose a name that sounds good to their own and their grandparents’, friends’, acquaintances’ and relatives’ ears, or to choose a name that sounds good to them.
Those responsible for naming a newborn therefore have a very great responsibility when they exercise the right to freely choose a first name for their child. And as already explained, the child must then bear this name for the rest of its life and get by with it in all situations in its life – even if this name may have been given to it incorrectly by those responsible because it may have had the glamour of something special at the time it was assigned, partly because of its pronunciation or sound, or simply because of its strange spelling or fashionability. Inappropriate names, however, can adhere negatively to a person for a lifetime, tormenting and burdening them and forcing them into a way of life that they never intended. For example, a person with the wrong name can be unnecessarily burdened and negatively influenced in kindergarten and at school, in dealings with friends and acquaintances, at work and in dealings with authorities and fellow human beings, etc., and can be forced to make excuses and take evasive action or even worse because his name causes him difficulties.
Only the correct and appropriate choice of the right name for an offspring guarantees that the child will find success and progress as well as a bond with its fellow human beings through its name in childhood and also in later years, regardless of whether the name given is ‘long-established’ or ‘foreign’. The only thing that matters is the right choice of name, not the wishes, opinions and demands of parents, relatives, friends, acquaintances and any authorities, who unfortunately are not always up to date with the absolute importance of naming a descendant, because they simply adhere to strict guidelines and a number of names they know, without knowing the actual importance of naming in the true sense.
Of course, almost countless names appear all over the globe, with each country claiming a certain number of them as its own customary names. Of course, these can and should also be taken into account when giving names, insofar as they are beneficial and appropriate for the descendants. But in this respect, too, names must not simply be applied wildly according to the old and incorrect systems, but only according to the right choice, as described in this book, in which only names in their original form are recorded and mentioned, as they were common in the first languages of the people of the earth, and as they have partly been preserved even to the present day in the most diverse languages.
When using the names from this name book, care should be taken to ensure that they are not changed, shortened or otherwise altered in their spelling, accentuation or in any other way, because the names of the oldest times published and mentioned in this book are basically intended to reappear and be used in their original form and that this time they are actually preserved in this form. A touch of nostalgia? Perhaps, but at any rate something time-honoured and binding to our ancestors, who were well aware of the extremely important significance of names, which can actually shape people.
Today’s spelling rules, particularly those inspired or brought about by the Duden dictionary, demand that names be written in a very specific form. As a result, there have been and still are name distortions and name changes that deviate more and more from the original names and their meaning. Therefore, if those responsible for naming do not express any special wishes regarding the spelling of names, the registrar enters the first name(s) of the respective descendants in the civil register in the usual spelling/spelling.This officially establishes a name, which may no longer be changed or spelt in the correct form or used for official purposes. For this reason, when registering a name at the registry office, care must be taken to ensure that the name in question is entered CORRECTLY and not simply as the spelling requires. In this respect, the responsible registrars are happy to comply with the wishes of the name-giver if they can give their reasons for choosing a spelling other than that of the name. Furthermore, the legal regulations that are responsible for naming in each country must be observed and followed. However, no law on earth forbids that earthly-human original names may not be used for the application and naming of descendants, even in the new and newest times of the late twentieth century and in the course of the following centuries. Quite the opposite is the case, because every halfway sensible person with a sense of custom, usage and tradition is anxious to preserve certain traditional things that link back to the ancestors, because this preserves the earthly human origin or at least its origins in certain forms in a connective and memorable way. What’s more, even those who are addicted to novelty must openly admit (even if old names often sound strange because they have not been in use for a long time and have been forgotten), they often sound much nicer than modern or purely popular names, which often also evoke monotony.
The names of the earthly ancestors given in this book are never subject to a change of language, which is why they are written uniformly and identically in all the languages of the earth and pronounced uniformly identically in all languages and also emphasised uniformly identically. The names can therefore neither be written differently in another language nor pronounced differently in another language.
The original names of earthly human names reveal an interesting phenomenon that has been ignored by humans for several millennia, namely that female names generally end with the letter A, with other letters appearing in per mille form. In the case of male names, the rule is that there is never an A as the final letter, which results in an extremely clear distinction between male and female names, which unfortunately is no longer the case with the names commonly used today, and where it is often only possible to work out with some ingenuity whether the bearer of the name is a HE or a SHE, for example:
which, according to the name lexicon, are supposed to be exclusively female first names, but which in reality – at least in part – go back to original names and represent catastrophic changes and falsifications.
With regard to the original languages and the resulting names, the following is also important to note:
The original languages were much simpler in their vocabulary and word-value usage. In these languages, a single word often stood for any number of concepts. They did not differ at all in their spelling, but they did differ in their emphasis. Depending on the emphasis of the name or word, however, the meaning of the same changed, as the following example shows:
ABSALOMOS = Father of peace
However, if the emphasis of this male name is now shifted to the 0, then the meaning of the name results in a completely different and negative value, namely:
ABSALOMOS = Father of discord
other changes in emphasis also result in different values:
ABSALOMOS = The dissatisfied father
ABSALOMOS = The father who makes families unhappy
The name ADONJS gives the following example:
ADONJS = The beautiful
ADONJS = The ugly one
The following name is a very blatant example:
ABATEO = The world leader
ABATEO = The world destroyer
or, as a final example, which is also very blatant:
ABEL = The breath of the ephemeral
ABEL = The one who brings death
When using the original names, it is therefore important to ensure that the emphasis is never changed, because with many names or words an incorrect emphasis very quickly results in an extremely negative value. Of course, this is not the case with all words or names in the original languages, because as the following example shows, positive forms can also appear:
ABATON = The untouchable
ABATON = The one that was never touched
Of great importance is also the fact that the female and male names with the same meanings, separated by gender, often have different emphases, such as
Male: ABATON= The one that was never touched
Female: ABATONA = That was never touched or
männlich: ABATON= The untouchable
weiblich: ABATONA = The untouchable
This fact of the different accentuation of female and male names in many cases, however, also leaves open the fact that male and female names also have the same accentuation, e.g:
männlich: ABESJN = The concealer
weiblich: ABESJNA = The concealer
Unfortunately, even today there are many names in use around the world in a wide variety of new or older languages that trace their origins back to the original languages or languages created later, but whose emphasis today is fundamentally wrong and which have an extremely negative connotation. Unfortunately, however, this is just as little known to the people who gave the names as it is to the civil registry offices or name researchers, who are generally never able to trace a name back to its origins, which means that the actual original meaning and stress syllable of the name remains unknown to them.
This, dear readers, should fulfil the necessary introduction to this book. Now enjoy studying the time-honoured names of the forefathers and foremothers of earthly mankind, but please observe the necessary rules of naming if you are studying this book for this purpose. I wish you much joy
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