Gaulish language.


gaulish language The sacred language. Druidess Bandroï. Druidess Bandroï. "Men speak a language which allows them to evolve in society, beyond this very human consideration, time and events tend to repeat themselves, as if time spoke with the same words". As if time had its own language. * The sacred language is known to be that which deals with divinities and interacts directly with the heavens. The Gauls thought they were controlled by deities who guided their actions, thinking and a fiortiori words are therefore particular. According to the texts found, they prayed to be invested with divine power. Many psalms, prayers and other poems have emerged in all countries and all religions over time. The Gallic language is a poetic language: ex: "beliassusete" means the tree-lined way, it is an idea of the professorship. The translated texts have been done by people who wanted deep down even to hide certain annoying things for Christian civilization, it is better to translate them yourself if you want to know the truth. I often say that the Gallic still represents a third of the European world, because the state of mind of the populations has not changed for 2000 years. They are always people with a big character, incisive, French people of today in short. I studied the Gallic language a little, which remains closed to many professional researchers and I was able to realize that it was a very codified language. By the number of lines, words and even simplistic but very effective associations which are based on the first phonal roots. Esus for example designates a salmon (who sacrifices his life to be reborn through his descendants), Aesus is the divinity of rebirth and magico-religious care (the old binder), it is the concept of volunteering. Both denote "the advance". Zeus (follow the consonance), is the god who brought his brothers and sisters back to life, Isis (consonance) is the goddess who brings Osiris back to life ... and you can find other relatives in other cultures. This root, Esus, is the one that designates rebirth and the transmission of life, the vital act in all its volunteering. There are other common roots with other religions. But the Gallic language does not come from the old Indo-European language which all the Freemasons advertise, in its great majority this language is of indigenous origin. This is why you have to have some serious notions of Old French to be able to interpret it. (I happen to have sacrificed my modern spelling by reading ancient scrolls) In fact, the language of the ancient Druids was obviously a language constructed by the Druids themselves, in particular thanks to the tales, myths and songs of ancient Druidism. So who will have had enough interests to make it disappear. First of all, the Catholic Church, it was necessary to erase all traces of the Druids and of the true roots. But what's more, the researchers willfully glossed over their most compromising results. There again it is certainly to protect their Catholic culture, their world and their interests. It's understandable, all the great linguists were affiliated with Catholic dogma for nearly two thousand years and all were born into well-to-do circles .... In addition, the states themselves had never thought of looking for traces of Gallic languages yet famous as the Gallo-Romans settled down, the barbarians advanced, and the Franks settled on top in their more culturally personified modernity. late ..... the philosophers did not have the right to quote in those times. It was obscurantism that reigned, ... obscurantism and forgetfulness. For the most believing among you, I would add that this Gallic language, in addition to its encrypted construction, has something very different from the Celtic languages, however close, I cannot tell you without betraying its secret that the parallel with special elements is mind boggling. I seriously think it was a sacred language, which no one should know except the druids and the initiates. Nb: what defines a language is that it carries, is made up of the same words, phonetically not very different according to the regions. To say that there are several Celtic or Gallic languages is a perfect imposture. And from what I was able to reconstruct, the Gallic language had the same framework everywhere on the territories concerned. The invader wrote that the Gallic peoples spoke in different languages and this is not true. I also noted that Celtic and Gallic are distant even if there are terms in common. That the Indo-European thesis is an immense mistake, many of the connections which are made are perfectly abusive. Current language. Of course, each culture has its words, its language. It is forged through everyday exchanges, and proverbs, nicknames and other patronymies are the popular roots that bind a great common spirit. This is often found among the Gauls. I will give you a few of them. The one who knows the hundred paths: Said of someone educated. Twisted branches: said of someone who is a little crazy. Lost Leaf: Said of someone who loses their memory. Old sun: said of someone old. All these words denote something human and are modeled through contact with the surrounding nature, thus becoming like a second nature of spiritual things. Often nicknames are born during the year, with the passage of time according to the seasons. Example: uxsa-canus: high reed where ande-canus: low reed. They are used for stories and songs. The Gallic language, from which Gallicism comes, is easily cheerful, playful or sly. Example: Daco-uiros: good man, or rather good sex. (A good hit) As opposed to Catholics, I would not say: I "believe" what I see ... but rather: I understand what I hear. Because it is the spiritual world that takes over the physical senses, the invisible is thought. Other examples: Dus-celinatia: bad omen. Ex-obnius: fearless, bold. Agedo-mapatis: child's face, said of someone with a simple mind. Amarco-litanus: wide gaze, said of someone who understands everything. When translating, don't forget that in Gallic times, the "S" merges with the "F" and that the "K, C, Q" merges with the "G". The following exercise is interesting because it allows to highlight the bases of a proto-language. Gallic roots. Plant-creatures belonging to the Gallic imagination. Plant-creatures belonging to the Gallic imagination. To get to know Gallic culture well you have to know the complex roots of its language. (Gallic is an especially abstract language, with a particular structure, full of symbolisms. You would be surprised to find familiar sounds close to French). I count 20% of clear words of Celtic origin, 20% more generally come from an Indo-European language, around 6o% obviously come from a very old indigenous language. Any attempt at translation using the Roman language is impossible (on the other hand Italian contains a number of usual Gallic words) it ends in failure where at least part of the text is not correct. The roots here belong to a general Gallic language because most of the tribes also used a slang of their own. In addition, it seems that the Druids used a symbolic alphabet of sounds, unwritten, in addition to the system of glyphs. For example "M" refers to love, "C" seems to denote speed and righteousness, "N" relates directly to feminine water, "S" a restart, "D" with secrecy, " R "with the air," L "with the notion of fluttering," T "the head, the head," G "the filiation," B "the circle, group," X "the difference being, the personality, "W" the origin, "P" the stability, "CH" - "F" the liveliness, "Aïos" the continuation, ... etc .. This allows us to advance in the general interpretation of each Gallic root. ________________ Ex: "SAMO" = "Summer" "his" -starting_ "mo" - love. Summer (samo) is indeed the season of love that begins again. Simple and efficient. _________________ We can think that this is the contraction of old words but I do not agree, for me it is about the first roots of subconscious understanding, it helps, a bit like in the old alphabet Greek, runic or oghamic but it is better calculated by the representation of the first senses. If I'm not mistaken, there must have been 24, 24 animal talents. 24 letters which were formed by the position of the stars near in the zodiacal sky belt. It corresponds to the Gallic divinatory game where we threw small branches on the water to interpret the symbols that formed there. Symbols that also existed in the stars. These formations are found in the points on ancient coins. The beginning and the beginning of the "lettering" must be found at the level where the Milky Way intersects the zodiacal belt, in the bull. _____________________________________ Abal: ball, roundness. Alis: support. Argan: the brilliant value Acau: what wears out. Amarc: the visible Argo: the valiant Acit: site. Ambac: mediation. Arto: the strength of the bear (the claw?) Acros: cutting edge. Ambio: entourage. Asse (where Affe): recommencement Ad: the advance. Friend: loved. Ate: demonstrate Aga: to call. Aman: period. Anmanbe, from this period; Hearth: recognized Adlo: okay. An: the opposite Adret: the goal. Years: the hearth side (of the waters, the depth) Aedri: warm. Anauo: inspired Aged: aspect. Anco: curve Ago: vowill, decide. Ànde: very Agran: to shell, to share. Anto: marked Aïu: longevity. Anman: name Alat: winged, flutter. Alisîîa, long spirituality, spirit of antiquity; Apeni, within sight of; API: considered Alco: slender. Ara: who looks like, looks like. Aricani, those who express grace; Ateri, start over; Auentia: ode, demonstration auelo: windy. Auo: get off, who leaves. Auhot: create. Aunom: named. Ausi: audible. Autagi: floor, paragraph. Ascat: taken. Boduo: blond. Badi: background. Bagod: repulsed. Baito: illogical. Bal: rubbed, abrasive. Balaro: peak, summit. Balco: living force. Baline: cleanliness. Balma: bathed. Bena: pointed (pen). Banuo: down. Bardala: the light song. Bard: dictated. Baro: nominated. Basco: mesh. Bato: crosses. Bébo: suckle, drink. Spout: beaked. Beliassu, which is wooded; Bélat: demonstrated beauty. Belisam: disturbing beauty. Ban: feminine. Berg: village, center. Béro: sourced. Bessu: customary. Biiet: what is. Veto: wood. Billo: wood that grows. Biro: short wood. Bisso: finger, small branch. Bito: eternal branch. Biuito: the high memory. Bïuio: the fate that flows. Blando: golden. Blaro: pastel. Blati: tender. Bledi: dark animality. Bö: chubby. Bocca: mouth (see beak). Boda: who prevents. Bogi: which pierces around, lighting. Boïos: green wood. Bona: good refuge. Boro: friendly. Bost: handle. Bodin: which exceeds. Bouno: prosperity. Brac: resistance. Arm: fluid movement. Bran: dark brown. Brat: menbre, part. Brãuo: crusher. Bricc: stained. Brigg: defensive force. Briss: taken. Brit: to designate. Brïua: the support. Brich: the charm. Bron: nipple. Bud: central point. Buet: demonstrate. Bouïdo, center-heart; Bul: bundle, size. Bur: gross. Bus: prominence. Purpose: home. Cab: move forward. Cac: chancre. Cad: solid. Caër: pastor. Cag: enclosure. Caël: forecast. Case: wood. Calo: boiling. Camb: to diverge. Cam: trace. Cana: first word (sound). Cant: singing ensemble. Cara: caped. Carb: case. Carm: friendly place. Carn: place of spirituality. Carto: headgear. Cario: youngster. Cass: to style. Because: slender. Cauo: the old word. Cax: to oblige. Cèl: to assemble. Cele, adjust; Celicnon, seal the voices; Cenc: wake, line. Cen: long. Cerd: to work well, to do. Here: here. Ciall: above. Cico: good part. Cing: advancement. Cint: first. Ciss: sitting. Cit: livable. Clad: to slice. Key: embankment. Clèt: hedge, row, fence. Cluio, ordination; Clun: grassy meadows. Clout: recognized personality. Knu, Cnu: picking. Cobo: lively. Coc: surrounded. Coïl: còl. Coen: ready. Comru: educated. Conoc: totality. Conda: the influence flows. Congo: performer. Contis: repeat. Cori: corp. Coatt: badly cut. Couïn: reliable. Couïr: united. Coun: graceful. Couce: place. Craro: vibrant. Crax: breaking up. Cream: aromatic. Crid: intrinsic truth. Crix: disturbed. Crist: knot that covers, mountain. Crouc: amassed. Caroud, CROUS: underestimated. Cuomo, quimo: spotted. Cup: understood. Curm: homogeneous. Cut: bordered, limited. Dago, righteousness. Dallo, indefinable. Dama, strong. Dano, administer. Dari, exacerbated. Dasso, angry. Dāios, to maintain. Dec, ten. Deczn, sum. Ded, give. Del, assembly. Deri, view, landscape. Dessi, consumed. Deuo, of the divine. Dexsi, good direction. Diac, slow. Dias, luminous initiate. Dibi, cloisonne. Didi, given. Doco, document. Dola, together. Dono, recipient. Dori, opening, passage. Dous, take charge. Dara, piercing. Druco, not good. Druis, flow. Druto, order. Dubo, deep. Duci, on top of that. Doug, build. Dugiiontiion, desired construction; Dûm, dome. Dūno, clouded over. Duxi, apprentice. Ebu, placed. Written, mastered. Egi, dispersed. Eia, her. Eïot, protect. Momentum, elegance, grace. Chosen, tribal. Éna, who comes from. Éni, inside. Ente, internalized. Epo, directed. Equo, grouping. Erco, resistant. Eri, Aire. Ési, continuation. Éso, return, surprise. Eti, the same. Étic, appears; Study, uniformity. Eiur, blessing. Exo, detached. Exto, argue. Fero, Fro, prominent. Fruity, juicy, rare. Gab, skewered, straddled. Cheerful, skewered. Gal, kept. Gaud, physical value. Ganor, to bed, income. Garg, tangled strength. Gari, shout. Garise, re-voiced; Gedo, human value. Gena, confluence, lineage. Gesto, prisoner, taken. Gigo, giant. Gisamo, sustainability; Gil, blanchatre. Glana, clear waters. Glas, cyan, color of ice. Gli, stuck. Gnas, reproduced. Gnilou, has evolved; Gnat, family descendant. Gnîo, knowledge. Gob, mouthed, expression. Gort, surrounded. Gran, general thrust (hairs, plants ... etc). Grauo, grain, grainy. Gulb, incisor point. Guss, durable.Gut, scheduler. Ialon: determined place; Ialis, cloud; iaco: clear, openwork; ianu: reflected; iantu: desirable; iaro: the court; Iassu, progression; iebe: cheerfulness; iebelis: player; iecos: fit, fast; iego: to insist; iemo: bringing together; iesti: good; ieuru: generosity; ievro, advancement; moving, iridescent reflection; îllio: smoke, flight; imbeto: big part; iemmi: membership; incoro: advancement; induti: informal; inti: way; iorco: horned; ioun: young; in, reproduced; isar: liveliness; isun: existing; iugo: maintains; iuis: who remains; iuto: porridge; ixso: filiation. Labar, tell ;. Ladan, waterproof; ladorecore, imprisons; Laga, mixture; Lagu, impure; Lama, taken; Lanci, split; landa, land; Lano, wholeness; Lati, global; Latis, myth; Lato, perennial; Lauen, correctness; lautar, polish; ledgam, suave; Legasi, prepared; legui, in preparation; Legumissina, revassery; legilinna, of a crossbreeding; Lemo, structured; Lergo, regrouping; Leto, worn; leuco, flash; leucuti, notified; leuo, slip; lexsoui, rambled; lexis, attraction; Lica, wall; licentious, licentious; licina, spell; Lilousi, recommended; ilustas, demonstrated; Liméon, destructuring; Lindo, mixture; Lingo, to dance; Linna, Upholstered; Liscos, viscous, indolent; Lissos, sententious; Litanos, standardized; Litauio, extended; Litu, released; iluio, shimmering; iliant, shaped; Locu, to flood; Logo, extensive; Logat, establishes; Loncate, assimilated; Londo, carried away; Longo, vessel; Lonoue, party; Lopites, activity; Losto, bout; alouerni, former resident; Lubi, to worship; Lubitias, hymn; Luco, bite; Lucteri, to struggle; Luge, consume; Lummo, not good; Luxury, consumer, diverge, lexsity, divergence; Lunget, replace; Lūti, depression; Lutu, sticky; Luxto, loading Macarni, revive; Mader, to boast; Magal, eminence; Maget, grandiloquentt; Mago, greatness; Magës, noble; Mallo, uneasy; Mandu, carrier; Maniac, continued; Mano, handy; Mantalon, path; Manto, engorged; Mato, greedy; Mapo, baby; Mapat, childhood; Marcos, controlled, restrained; Maros, stabilized; Marta, murderer; Marti, coolness-calm; Maruo, motionless; Marus, morose; Matican, lifted; Matir, maternal; Mati, begotten again; Medio, centered; Medu, painful; meïo, negligible; Mela, sticky; Mélid, honeyed; Menma, wishes; Mero, extravagant; Mesco, confused; Messa, opposite; Méti, started again; Medi, obscured; Miletus, nightmare; Milo, parasitic; Minio, Meticulous; Moco, dirty; Molat, to cover with, to honor; My my ; Mori, oceanic; Morici, sailor; Motorcycle, manly The eternal isle. The eternal isle. Namant, unwanted; Namet, renamed; Nanto, flux; Nata, delighted; Nauso, Swimming; Néïat, to surrender; Ned, start over; Nemet, to make sacred; Nemna, ritualized; Nemo, ocean of the sky; Nepo, buried; Nerto, Vigorous; Nïno, proletarian; Niti, related; Nitix, assigned; noïbo, symbolized; Nouïo, created; Noxt, night owl; Nua, realization Muana, the follow-up; Opi, to appear; Grandpa, each; petamassi, complementary part; Retere, filiation; received, oriented; laugh, which gives air; réandedo, a common march-movement; Sunini, kindness; sini, dream; sosin, good thought; siax, differently; sunebiti, symbolism; sete, way; sue, so be it; sendi, way; sorei, progression; sweaty, goodwill; Tali, surfaced; Tessi, warm; tumi, ornament; tingi, to continue; temuelle, precisely; Tidres, of three; Trianis, triads; Uiro, generous; uelonna, ordered; uelomni, just marriage; Vevete, alive; vevetin, survival Xsi, indifferent. The 24 Sigilles. To draw the new symbols I will use the dome of the stars, our ancestors used it to memorize the signs. It was these forms of mistletoe that can be found on coins and which allow the patterns to be drawn. Indeed their resemblance to the constellations is certain and certain. It was all about the coins, light balls and bars. To draw the new symbols I will use the dome of the stars, our ancestors used it to memorize the signs. It was these forms of mistletoe that can be found on coins and which allow the patterns to be drawn. Indeed their resemblance to the constellations is certain and certain. It was all about the coins, light balls and bars. 24 joints. In the Gallic language there are 24 sacred, syllabic articulations, it is this one which served as a foundation for the philosophical ideology with us. I was able to rebuild them. I can tell you that these are not Vikings but 100% Gallic. By studying first names and compound words they came out repeatedly. Not a lot of errors I think, it's the sub language (where primo-language). Divided into females and males, bright and dark according to their placement in the old calendar. Males. 1- ATI: philosophical clarity, the physical day. 2- Fa: identity, liveliness. 3- Go: the factory, the acquisition. 4- Hur: momentum. 5- Ino: the novelty. (Here). 6- Jur: membership. 7- Ika: the rule, the time. 8- Éli: ease, modernity. 9- Esu: volunteering. 10- Ta: head, chiefdom. 11- wouch: the first aid. 12- Xu: particularity. Females. 1- Aba: gentleness. 2- Edu: at night, inside. 3- Hey: defense. 4- Imo: osmosis, attraction. 5- Ana: living environment. 6- Ion: direct, advancement. (Future). 7- Epo: coverage and protection. 8- Written: the site, the place. 9- Uf: the promise. 10- Vé: the path. 11- Iaë: the memory (past). 12- Zi: top quality. (See zodiac sheet). Concepts can move a little bit to get singing language. These are deep symbols in the Gallic language, these sounds should not be written because they are considered living spirits from what I understood. I write them down and soon I will give them a symbol drawn for each of them. It's fun, you can match them and their designs too. Nb: for the establishment of the calendar, there had to be 7 planets (first spirits, gods), 10 numbers and ten colors in ribbons to mark the calendar (7 colors, plus the light -1-, the dark -2- and transparent -0-, surely doubled for convergences). I may modernize the spiritual symbology a bit later. The sacred writing in the form of mistletoe was found on the coins. The sacred writing in the form of mistletoe was found on the coins.