About Babylon and the "Tower of Babel", Part-4

(Continued from Part-3)


By: Polat Kaya


Above, I mentioned the Turkic/Arabic name SAMYELI which is a hot wind
from southwest. The corresponding Semitic name is "SAMUEL" which is
defined as follows:

SAMUEL [52] "From Greek "SAMOUEL", from Hebrew "SHEMUEL" meaning "his
name is EL (God)".

Hence, by this definition, EL is the name of God of the Semitic
peoples. But EL is an anagram of Turkish word "YEL" meaning "wind".
The Greek word "SAMOUEL", when decrypted letter-by-letter as:

a) "SAM-UELO" and with U=Y, is an anagram of Turkish name "SAMYELU"
(Sam yeli) [53] meaning "very hot unwholesome wind", that is,
"unhealthy, poisonous, sickening, corruptive, and destructive wind of
the desert." Thus, SAMOUEL must be the strong hot desert wind blended
with sand, i.e., a "sand storm". The blowing movement of wind is
expressed with the phrase "YEL ESME" in Turkish which is all embedded
in the name "SAMOUEL".

b) "MOSA UEL", is the anagram of the Turkic expression "MUSA YEL"
meaning "Musa wind". Turkish name MUSA, corresponding to the name
MOSES, is such an important personality in the Judeo-Christian
pantheon. In Turkish "Judaism" is called "MUSEVILIK" (Musa evlilik)
meaning "belonging to the house of Musa (Moses)". Hence, "MUSA YEL"
embedded in the name "SAMOUEL" identifies "MUSA" as being the "wind".
With this identity, the name "MOSES", when decrypted as "MO-SES", is
the anagram of Turkish "MA SES" meaning "magnificent voice", thus,
referring to the sound that wind makes wherever it is blowing.

Mythologically, when MUSA (MOSES) went to the top of Mount SINAI
(Turkish TUR DAGI) where he supposedly talked to God, this scenario
must have been one where the "wind" was making confused noises
(howling, babbling) at the top of the mountain, as is usual and
natural, thus, mythologically and metaphorically, "MUSA-YEL" (MOSES)
was talking to God. Thus, name "MUSA" is just a personification of
the wind or wind-god. It must be noted that the name BABEL is also
associated with "confusion of languages and babbling". Strong wind
creates confusion.

c) and finally, when decrypted as "OSMA UEL", with U=Y, is an anagram
of Turkish expression "ISMI YEL" meaning "its name is wind".

Thus all of these decryptions into Turkish expressions show that the
so-called Greek word "SAMOUEL" was nothing but the blowing wind
personified as a person. This is very much like the Manas Epic of
Kirgiz Turks where camps of deities, including wind and clouds, are
fighting amongst each other.

It is also worth mentioning the competition between the Sun and the
Wind in one of Aesop's tales where the Wind fails to blow the coat off
a man but the Sun succeeds.

Similarly, the Hebrew word "SHEMUEL" when decrypted letter-by-letter
as "HSME UEL" and with U=Y and H=I from Greek alphabet, is an angram
of Turkish expression "ISMI YEL" meaning "his name is wind (EL/YEL)"
which is the same as the meaning given in the definition. Thus, again
we find that the term "SHEMUEL" is the name of a particular wind that
blows in the Arabian peninsula. The term EL, as God, is in fact
nothing but Turkic "EL Han" (YEL Han) meaning Wind Lord' (Wind god).
This word EL (wind) has also been adopted as an article in Semitic
(and some European) languages.

It is also important to note that the name ISHMAEL (Turkic ISMAIL) is
another form of "SHEMUEL". The name "ISHMAEL" is defined as being
[from Hebrew "YISHMAEL", i.e., "God hears"] Biblically, Son of
ABRAHAM and HAGAR, hence, a social outcast". [54]

The name "YISHMAEL" explained in the above citing as meaning "God
hears" sounds suspiciously like misinformation. Additionally, why
"YISHMAEL" would be a social outcast" is beyond comprehension unless
there is an intentional slur attached to the name and also to those
who follow the name, that is, the Arabs and or the Moslems.

The name "YISHMAEL", when decrypted as "ISHMA YEL", is an anagram of
the Turkish expression "ISMI YEL" meaning "its name is wind". Again,
with this expression we have reference to the "wind". Surely, "God
hears" the howling of the wind on the top of the mountain or anywhere
else. Hence, the meaning of the name "YISHMAEL" being "god hears"
comes out in Turkish and is very meaningful, although not

However, by way of anagrammatizing, embedded in the name "YISHMAEL" is
also the Turkish expression "ISHI MA YEL" meaning "Sunlight. Moon and
Wind" which may be much more relevant to the concept of Islam.

It is said that YISHMAEL was HAGAR's son. HAGAR is defined as: [from
Hebrew "Haghar"]. Biblically, An Egyptian concubine of Abraham and
slave of Sarah who was driven into the desert with her son Ishmael,
because of Sarah's jealousy." [55]

Again this is a mythological embellishment to cover up the true
identities of these names. HAGAR (HAGER) in Arabic means "stone, rock,
boulder". [56] As seen, it must be a personification of, most likely,
the Earth. Earth is a big rock circling, as a slave, around the Sun
("Bir-Aham", "Bir-Agam" meaning "my only Lord"). This is probably why
the ancient Turanians called it by the Turkic name "GAYA" (kaya)
meaning "big rock".

Mythologically, HAGAR is said to be a "black" women (Turkish "Gara
GarI"). "Black" in Turkish is expressed by the word "GARA" (kara).
But "GARA" or "KARA" is also the name of the "land" mass on Earth.
When "HAGAR" is decrypted as "HA-GAR", and viewed as Turkish
expression "AGA GARA" would refer to a "Large land" or "Lord Land".
Earth fits this definition. Earth, as "Hagar", that is a "big rock"
that has a big air mass around it, and also mythologically being the
mother of "YISHMAEL", that is the "wind", may also be regarded as the
mother for the "wind". This is so because "wind" takes place on earth.

Incidently, the term "NATURE" is an anagram of Turkish "ANATUR"
meaning "it is mother". Nature is, many times, referred to as "Mother
Nature". This is rational because Nature is the mother that gives
birth to all kinds of things. NATURE is also an anagram of Turkish
"TANRU" meaning "GOD" or "TANERU" meaning "MAN OF SKY" referrring to
GOD. Many times, an extraordinary event in Nature is referred to as
"an act of God". Again the source is from Turkish.

Let us now identify SARAH: SARAH, Biblically also SARAI. The wife of
ABRAHAM and the mother of ISAAK." [57].

The name ABRAHAM is an anagram of the name of the ancient Turanian
Sky-Father-God" described by the Turkish expression "BIR AHAM" (Bir
Agam) meaning "My One Lord" or "My only Lord) referring to the creator
Sky-Father-God" (Gök Ata Tanri) which has always been regarded by the
Turkic peoples as ONE.

At first glance, the name SARAI sounds like the Turkish "SARAY"
meaning "palace"; but it is also an anagram of Turkish "SARI AI"
meaning "yellow moon" referring to the "full moon". In ancient
mythology, the Moon has been considered a house (palace) of the
Sky-God. A God's house can be nothing less than a "PALACE" (saray).
Hence, in Turkish, the full-moon would be "AK SARAI" meaning "WHITE
HOUSE". It is not a coincidence that many countries use this name for
their "Presidential Palace" (or state palace). It may be exalting for
those who live in a palace to refer to it as the WHITE HOUSE (AKSARAY)
but the source of this tradition (and the language for it) is Turkish
and Turanian.

For example, the name "TUR ÖY" (TROY of Trojans) means "the house of
TUR" where TUR is the name of the Sky-God". Of course, the house of
"God" can be nothing less than a "palace". In fact, in the epic story
"ILIAD" by Homer, the city of TROY (TUR OY) was the city of King
PRIAM, the last king of Troy.

King PRIAM is identified as: "Latin "PRIAMUS" and in Greek "PRIAMOS".
Mythologically, the last king of Troy and father of HECTOR and PARIS.
He was slain in the sack of Troy." [58]

PRIAM is from Turkish "PIR MA" (Bir Ma) in one hand meaning "One
magnificent" thus referring to the ancient Turanian "Sky-God", and in
the other hand referring to the "Moon" (MA/MAh) and also to the king
of Troy. Thus the name PRIAM is a personification of the ancient
Turanian Sky-God.

Similarly, the name HEKTOR is the personification of Turkish "HAKTUR"
meaning "it is: God, justice, the right, equity, law, fairness, truth,
true." [59];

"PARIS" is, in one meaning, the personification of Turkish "PARISh"
(BARISH) meaning "peace".

In the Trojan wars, as written by great HOMER (OMER), "HEKTOR", the
concept that personified "godliness", was killed by ACHILEUS.

In one meaning, ACHILEUS stands for Turkish "AKYELUS" meaning: a) "we
are "WIND" (AKYEL) believers" which makes the Greek side the "Wind
believers", and b) "Wise White-Wind" referring to the hot-wind blowing
from Southwest, that is, from tropical zones. Additionally, ACHILEUS
stands for the Turkish "ACILIYUZ" meaning a) "We give grief" or b) "we
are with grief" referring to the "WAR" that was going on for the last
ten years at Troy. In Homers epic story, ACHILEUS was killed by

PARIS being the personification of "Peace" ("BARISh" in Turkish) kills
the war, that is, it terminates the war. So, BARISH (peace),
anagrammatized as "PARIS" and appearing as a "softy" character as
Paris was, still is the most important and desirable entity for the
survival of human beings. When PARIS (Peace) is present, it
hopefully diminishes the hatred that exists among men.

The cited source gives us the Latin name "PRIAMUS" and Greek name
"PRIAMOS" as being forms of Trojan "PRIAM". Both of these names are
anagrams of Turkish expressions:

a) the Latin name "PRIAMUS", when decrypted as "PIR-AMUS", is an
anagram of Turkish expression "PIR-AAMUS", (Bir AgAMUZ) meaning "Our
Only Lord" referring to the ancient Turanian "SKY-GOD" for the
Tur/Turk peoples; and,

b) when decrypted as "PIR-MUSA", is an anagram of Turkish expression
"PIR MUSA" meaning "The Patron Saint Moses", hence referring to
"MOSES" for the Judeo-Christian peoples. We must note here that
Turkish "PIR" does not refer to Turkish "BIR" meaning "one" but rather
refers to a personality who is regarded as "godly" or "saintly".
Mythologically, Moses is such a personality as described in religious
books. As pointed out earlier, MUSA is a very important personality
in Judeo-Christianity. MUSA (MOSA) in addition to being "wind" as
explained above, is also a personification and anagram of ancient
Turanian Sky-God OGUZ whose qualities are described by the Turkic
phrases: a) "MA US" meaning "magnificent wisdom", b) "MA OS" (MA
OZ/ÖZ)" meaning "magnificent truth", and "MA AS" meaning "magnificent
ONE" all combined in one word "MUSA". But the source for all of these
is Turkish. Here in this anagram, Turkish words PIR (BIR) meaning
"one" and "PIR" meaning "saint" have not been distinguished from each

When we collect all of these definitions in one scenario, we find that
in the mythological story describing Abraham's family, "ABRAHAM" is
the personification of the ancient Turanian Sky-Father-God (BIR AGAM).
"SARAH" or "SARAI" is the personification of the MOON, YISHMAEL
(ISHMAEL) is the "WIND", HAGAR is the EARTH, that is, Sumerian "ENKI"
(HAN Kaia, Han Kaya) and Turkic "GAYA/KAYA", and Greek "GAEA" again
from Turkish "GAYA", all meaning "big rock". The source for all these
is the Turkish language and the ancient TUR/TURK civilization.

The Sumerian name "ENKI", Akkadian EA, has the meaning of "Lord of
the Earth". [60] With this meaning, the prefix "EN" of ENKI is the
Turkish "HEN/HAN" meaning "LORD" and the suffix "KI" is the Turkish
"KaIa" (Kaya) meaning "big rock", i.e., the earth. Hence, the
expressions "Lord of the Earth" and "Lord of the Big Rock" are very
much the same, thus making Sumerian and Turkish the same.

And finally, the name ISAAK, as son of Abraham and Sarai (Sarah) is
the personification of the "CRESCENT MOON" (Hilal Ay) which emblazons
Turkic flags together with the "star" emblem of the Sun. This Turkish
emblem comes to present times since the time of Sumerians, Masarians
(MISIR) and even earlier, contrary to disinformation perpetrated by
some people. In one sense, the name ISAAK is the anagram of Turkish
word "USHAK" (çocuk) meaning "child, baby". In this case, the
"Crescent moon" is the child (new moon) of the Moon (Sarai or Sari-Ay)
and the Sunlight. The Sun, being the right "Eye" (GÖZ, O-GOZ, OGUZ)
of the Sky-Father-God (described with the Turkish expression
"BIR-AHAM", and anagrammatized as "ABRAHAM"), makes ISAAK (the new
moon or crescent moon) as the son of Sky-God, (that is,
"GÖK-ATA-TANRI" meaning the Sky-Father-God and Sun-God) and the Moon

In this mythological story, the Moon is personified as a "goddess",
such as the Masarian ISIS or Greek IO (AY-O) or Hebrew SARAI (SARI-AY)
names are in mythology. In Turkish, the Moon is generally personified
as a "man" in the form of "AY BABA" meaning "Moon Father" or "AY DEDE"
meaning "Moon Grandfather". But beautiful women are also likened to

In another meaning, ISAAK is an anagram of Turkish expression "AK ISA"
meaning "white Jesus" referring to the "white moon". This is also

The reason for listing and explaining all of these different
wind-based words is that Semitic Babylonians were very much involved
with these terminologies and their implications. By usurping the
ancient TUR/TURK stories, legends, riddles, mythologies, etc. and by
manipulating Turkish words and attributing mysterious meanings to
them, and using puns, metaphors and similes, they were able to come up
with "religions", assume "priesthood" and con peoples into submission
- and hence claim themselves as "special". The names BABEL, BABIL and
BABYLON, Tower of Babel, etc. are such mysterious names that have been
used effectively to con people.


In order to understand fully the meaning of the term Babylon, we have
to investigate the identity embedded in the term "ISRAELITE". The name
ISRAELITE has been used throughout the Old Testament and other ancient
religious books. This name, like many other Semitic names is also an
anagram from Turkish expressions. First of all, the suffix ITE at the
end of the name is the Turkish word/suffix ITI, IDI (-di, -ti) meaning
"it is" or "the". This Turkish word has been patched at the end of
many ancient tribal names in order to confuse the name and also to
describe and define the identity of the tribe. Thus the name
"ISRAELITE" = "ISRAEL + ITE" (Israel iti/idi) meaning "It was (is) Israel".

Additionally, when the term ISRAELITE is decrypted letter-by-letter

a) 'ESER-IALTI", it becomes the anagram of the Turkish expression
"ESER YELTI" (Eser Yeldi) meaning "it is (or was) the blowing wind".
Thus, the name is identified with the "blowing wind", hence, with the
ancient wind-god going all the way back to Sumerian ENLIL (HAN AL
YIL). Text books tell us that in ancient times, Semitic peoples
worshipped the "Wind-God".

In this anagram, Turkish word "ESER" means "that which blows" and
"YELTI" means "it is wind". This clearly indicates that ancient
ISRAELITES were wind believing and wind worshipping peoples. This, of
course, explains the riddle of the so-called "EXODUS" in which
ISRAELITES are claimed to have been able to pass over the RED SEA
without being "harmed". The wind does this kind of passage, not only
over the Red Sea, but over the Oceans as well. That is the nature of
wind. Hence, this mythological mystification has mislead people at
large for a very long time while gaining advantage for the Babylonians.

Even the ancient Tur/Turk peoples who were the Sun and Moon
warshippers along with the Sky-Father-God (Gök-Ata-Tanri) also
regarded the wind as a very important natural force. The
bitter-cold-blowing "northern wind", named "KARAYEL" in Turkish
meaning "black wind" or "BORA", was to be treated with respect. The
Kirgiz Turkish epic MANAS DESTANI is a story that personifies
different deities and legendary personilities in fights among

b) "AS-ER-IELTI", is an anagram of the Turkish expression "AS ER
YELTI" (As Er Yeldi) meaning "Peerless Man is the wind" thus declaring
that "wind" was the "supreme god" as contrary to ancient Turanian
Sky-Father-God and the Sun-God and the Moon God or the Sumerian ANU
and Turkish HAN U. This again identifies the term ISRAELITE with the

c) "SARI IELTE", is an anagram of the Turkish expression "SARI YELTI"
meaning "it is yellow wind" indicating that it is a "desert sand
storm" yellowed by the yellow sand particles lifted up into the air by
the wind. This Turkish expression again identifies the term
ISRAELITE with the "wind." Of course, the term ISRAELITE also
identifies those Semitic people who worshipped the wind.

d) 'ESER-IALTI", it becomes the anagram of the Turkish expression
"EZER YELTI" meaning "it was crushing wind". Additionally, it is an
anagram of Turkish expression "AZAR YELTI" meaning "it was a violent
wind" or "cureless disease wind" that

Similarly the related name ISRAEL is an anagram of the Turkish

a) "ESER YEL" meaning "blowing wind",

b) "AS ER YEL" meaning "wind is peerles man",

c) "SARI YEL" meaning "yellow wind" referring to "sand storm",

d) "EZER YEL" meaning "crushing wind".

e) "AZAR YEL" meaning "violent wind".

Thus, Turkish descriptive words such as "eser, as er, ezer, azar, az
er, sari" which were used to describe the ancient Turanian Sky-God
OGUZ, and have also been used to describe the the kings of ancient
Tur/Turk peoples such as the kings of ancient MISIR and the
"wind-based" god of the Babylonians. For example the Turkish state
names "Hazar" and "Azerbaican" also has these words embedded in them.
With these homonym descriptions in Turkish, Babylonians have made
ample use of the Turkish language to describe their Gods.

It is most likely that when Judeo-Christian religious leaders refer
to "GOD", they may refer to a concept that may be very different than
the concept of God that other religions prescribe. For example, it is
no wonder that the Semitics refer to themselves as "the chosen people"
meaning, in disguise, that they are not the believers of the "God" as
others understand but rather a different deity although they hide
under the umberalla of the same term "GOD". But this does not mean
that "God" chose them as "special people" above others as the wording
implies, but rather that they chose their god to be different than the
concept of "GOD" that others use. The supreme Sky Father GOD and the
Sun, being the creator gods, do not make any distinction between the
created human beings.

The Turkish term "AS ER" (Az Er) meaning "One/Peerless Man" was the
ancient Turkish phrase describing the sky-God. This described the
Sky-Father-God, the Sun-God and the Moon-God each of which is "One and
Peerless". However, wind, although a very important natural force,
cannot replace the Sun which is the creator deity of earth and all
things on earth. This Turkish terminology is found in the titles of
many of the kings of ancient Masar which was the most ancient and long
lived Tur/Turk state in human history - contrary to all the scientific
sounding disinformation that has been fed and is still being fed to
the public. The language of the ancient Masar was Turkish just like
that of the Sumerians.


[52] Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, Fifth Edition, 1947, p. 879.
[53] Redhouse Turkish - English Dictionary, Redhouse Yayinevi,
Istanbul, 1987.p. 982.
[54] Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, Fifth Edition, 1947, p. 535.
[55] Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, Fifth Edition, 1947, p. 447.
[56] Redhouse Turkish - English Dictionary, Redhouse Yayinevi,
Istanbul, 1987.p. 431.
[57] Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, Fifth Edition, 1947, p. 882.
[58] Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, Fifth Edition, 1947, p. 786.
[59] Redhouse Turkish - English Dictionary, Redhouse Yayinevi,
Istanbul, 1987.p. 435.
[60] Rhoda A. Hendricks, "Mythologies of the World A Concise
Encyclopedia", McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1973, p. 60

Best wishes to all,

Polat Kaya


(Continued in Part-5)