Part-4. About the name "ALEXANDER" and the related names

Part-4: About the name of "ALEXANDER" and the other related names


The name "Alexander" was taken as title by a number of Macedonian
kings. The most famous one is the one called Alexander III the Great.
Although Alexander the Great is not a Byzantine king, his title also
appears as title of some Byzantine kings. For that reason, it is
beneficial to revisit the title given to ALEXANDER III the Great

The following excerpt was written by the king of the Persian Empire
DARIUS III the Great in a letter to ALEXANDER the Great [30] as he was
preparing for his eastern military expedition:

"From the capital of the kings of the world: As long as the sun shines
on the head of ISKANDER [Alexander] the robber, etc., etc., let him
know that the King of Heaven has bestowed on me the dominion of the
earth, and that the Almighty has granted to me the surface of the four
quarters. Providence has also eminently distinguished me with glory,
exaltation, majesty and with multitudes of devoted champions and confederates.

A report has reached us that you have gathered to yourself numbers of
thieves and reprobates, the multitude of whom has so elated your
imagination that you propose through their co-operation to procure the
crown and throne, lay waste our kingdom, and destroy our land and people."

In response, Alexander the Great writes back to Darius (from the same


"From ZU-UL-KURNAIN [Alexander], to him who pretends to be the king of
kings; that the very hosts of Heaven stands in awe of him; and that
the inhabitants of the world are by him enlightened! How then can it
be worthy of such a person to be afraid of a contemptible foe like Iskander?

Does not DARA [Darius] know that the High and Mighty Lord gives power
and dominion to whomsoever He wills? And also, whenever a feeble
mortal regards himself as a God, and conqueror over the hosts of
Heaven, beyond doubt the indignation of the Almighty brings down ruin
on his kingdom?

How can the person doomed to death and corruption be a God, he from
whom his kingdom is taken away and who leaves the enjoyment of the
world to others?

Lo! I have resolved to meet you in battle, and therefore march towards
your realms. I profess myself the weak and humble servant of God, to
whom I address my prayers and look for a victory and triumph, and whom
I adore."

Of course the results of these mutual challenges are recorded in
history in favor of Alexander the Great in a brilliant way. But my
purpose in this essay is only to dwell on the name of Alexander the
Great. The Greek version of his title is given as ALEXANDROS. Teresa
Norman gives a description of the name as: [31]

"ALEXANDROS, a compound name composed of the elements ALEXEIN (to
defend, to help) and "ANDROS" (man): hence , "defender or helper of
mankind." The name was borne by Alexander the Great (356 - 323 B. C.),
a Macedonian king and military conqueror who helped spread the Greek
culture acrose Asia Minor to Egypt and India. Variations: Alexander.
Short: Alekos, Alexios, Sander, Sandros."

First of all, to set the record straight, he was neither the defender
nor the helper of mankind. Wherever he went he created a lot of
destruction and unhappiness for the local peoples. The above
interpretation of the name ALEXANDROS does not tell the whole meanings
embedded in it. This we will see below. First I must note that the
letter X is one of the bogus letters of the Greek alphabet. It may
represent the hidden values of K, KS or KH with or without vowels.
When this bogus letter X is replaced with KS in the name, the name
becomes: "ALEKSANDROS".

1. The Greek name ALEKSANDROS, when decrypted letter-by-letter as
"S-DANRE-AL-OKS", is an anagram of the Turkish expression "AS TANRI AL
OKUS" (Essiz Tanri Al Okuz (Oguz)) meaning "Peerless God Red-OX
(Bull)", thus the King is referring to himself as the SUN and also the
Sun's logo "the Red-Bull" - in Turkish. In this title of Alexander,
the anagrammatized and disguised Turkish words are: AS meaning "one,
peerless", TANRI meaning "God", AL-OKUZ meaning "Red Bull" referring
to the "Sun" which was the Sky-God OGUZ of ancient Turanian Tur/Turk

The above decrypted form "S-DANRE-AL-OKS" of the name "ALEKSANDROS"
can also be shown as "S-DANRE-AL-KOS", which is an anagram of Turkish
expression "AS TANRI AL KOS" (Essiz Tanri Al GÖZ (Oguz)) meaning
"Peerless God Red Eye" referring to the Sun again. Additionally this
Turkish expression can be taken as the anagram of Turkish "AS TANRI AL
KOS (KOSh / KOÇ)" meaning "Peerless God Red RAM". The Turkish word
"KOÇ" (KOS, KOSh) means "ram". Alexander the Great is known as being
represented with a "RAM" head with two horns".

Of course the Turkish expression "AL OKOS" (AL OKUZ) is also the
Turkish "AL O KOS" (AL O GÖZ) meaning "Red is that Eye", and "AL O
KÖZ" meaning "Red (glowing) that fire" which again refers to the SUN
as the Eye of the Sky Father God" and also as a "glowing red fire".

Furthermore Turkish "AL O KOS" can also be read as "ALA KÖZ" (ALA GÖZ)
meaning "spotted Eye" which was the name of the Moon-God OGUZ. Moon
has "spots" on its face in terms of "craters" that make the moon
appear "spotted' as observed from the earth.

This name verifies that the logo of the ancient Turanian Sky-God OGUZ
was Turkish word "OKUZ" defining "OX" or the "Bull". The English term
OX, by employing the bogus letter X, is an anagram of the Turkish word
"OKUZ" meaning "OX".

2. Additionally, ALEKSANDROS, when rearranged letter-by-letter as
"DANRE AL KOSS" where the "SS" represents "Z" or "Sh" (a trick used by
the anagrammatizers of Turkish texts into Greek), is an anagram of the
Turkish expression "TANRI AL GOZU" meaning "The Red Eye of God"
referring to the SUN. This meaning verifies that the Sun was regarded
as the "eye" of God. By this meaning Alexander is considering himself
as the "eye of God" - in Turkish.

Here it is important to make another connection. The English term
"BULL" is a homonym with the ancient name "BAAL" or "BAL" which was
one of the Phoenician (Canaanite) words for "GOD". [32], [33] The
Phoenicians were ancient Turkish speaking Sun worshipping (OGUZ)
Canaan peoples and not "western Semitics" as they are erroneously or
deceptively portrayed. They had no relation to the Jews as the term
"western Semitics" imply. In fact Jews hated the Canaanites and took
over the Canaanite lands. The name BAAL is a shortened version of the
Turkish expression "ABA-AL" meaning "Father-Red" referring to the
Sun-God again. Furthermore, BAAL" is Turkish "ABA-YAL" (APA YEL)
meaning the "wind god, or the storm god". Semitics, riding on this
Turkish expression of "BAAL", converted the name to represent the
wind-god (YEL/EL) without much effort. Thus, suddenly the Turkic
Kanaan Sun-God "AL" became the wind-God "EL" - hence the usurpation
was completed. In other words an "identity theft" from Turkish took
place. After all, it is said that "BAAL's death was brought about by
EL" [34]

We must note that the suffix "-ITE" at the end of the name "Canaanite"
is the Turkish suffix "-ITI" or "-IDI" meaning "it was". Thus the
name "Canaanite" is made up from Turkish "KUN-HAN IDI" literally
meaning "Sun-Lord they were", or "KAN-HAN IDI" literally meaning
"Blood Lord they were" where Turkish "KAN" means "blood". This
Turkish suffix has been used in a disguised way in the names of many
ancient tribes. It is a pure stolen Turkish suffix.

3. The name ALEXANDROS, with the bogus X replaced by KH, and
rearranged letter-by-letter as "AL HES KANDOR", is from Turkish
expression "AL HAS KANDOR" meaning "he is red noble blood". Being the
son of the Macedonian king Philip, probably he claims to be of "noble
blood" in his title as well. But his nobility would come from his
deifying himself as the Sun-God. Of course, metaphorically the Sun
also fills the same definition as it gives life and blood to all
living beings.

4. The name ALEXANDROS, with X = KH, and rearranged letter-by-letter
as "ASLON AKADHR" is an anagram of Turkish expression "ASLAN AKADIR"
(ASLAN AGADIR) meaning "He is Lion Lord". This would also be a
fitting title for his Lordship. In ancient Masarian (Misir)
hieroglyphics his name was written with a symbol of a "lion"
representing the letter "L" in his name. [35] This is not a

5. The name ALEXANDER (ALEKSANDER) when rearranged letter-by-letter as
"ELEK SADAN R", is the anagram of Turkish expression "ELEK SATAN ER"
meaning "He is a 'sieve' selling man" indicating his Gypsy (Zingano,
Çingene, Garaci) origin. In old times Gypsies were known to be basket
and sieve makers and sellers. Thus in origin, Alexander the Great was
a skilful and powerful Gypsy King.

6. We see from the letter of ALEXANDER the Great to Darius the Great
that Alexander also used the title of "ZU-UL-KURNAIN" (ZULKARNEYN in
Turkish, ZUL-QARNAIN in Arabic). This Arabic looking and sounding
title has the meaning of "two-horned one" as the title of Alexander
the Great. [36] Of course the "two-horned one" refers to the "bull"
(OKUZ), although Alexander the Great has been portrayed with a ram's
head with two horns on his coins. In my first analysis of his title
given above, I showed that his name stands for the "RED-BULL", that
is, the Sun-God "AL OKUZ" of ancient Turkish peoples. But a 'bull or
ox' is adorned with "two horns" which verifies the meaning attributed
to the title "ZU-UL-KURNAIN".

In this context, when the title "ZU-UL-KURNAIN" is analyzed by
rearranging it letter-by-letter as "AL-UKUZU-R-NIN" and read
phonetically as in Turkish, it is the restructured and disguised form
of the Turkish expression "AL OKUZU ER ANIN" (AL OGUZU ER ANIN)
meaning "The Red Bull of Man of Sky" or "Sky God's Red Bull" referring
to the Sun. Again in another form Turkish expression "AL OKUZU ER
HANIN" means "The Red Bull of the Lord Man". In this form it can be
taken as "The Sky-God's Red Bull", that is, "Gök-Tanrinin Al Okuzu (Al
Oguzu)" in Turkish which refers the Sun, and also "the red bull of a
mortal king'. In ancient times, the "bull", being the king of the
herd and a magnificent animal (thus the "red bull") was a source of
joy and pride for kings who owned them. Thus by taking such a title
composed in Turkish in a variety of phrases, Alexander the Great has
ennobled and deified himself very conveniently without giving
reference to Turkish. All of these are expressed in Turkish and
belong to the ancient Tur/Turk civilization contrary to the massive
cover up.

As I noted above, Alexander the Great is portrayed as a "RAM" rather
than a "BULL" on coins minted for him. [37] This is also explainable
by his title in Turkish: his title "ZU-UL-KURNAIN", when rearranged
letter-by-letter as "AL U KUZU ER ANIN" or "U AL KUZU ER ANIN" rather
than "AL UKUZU ER ANIN" as we did above, we get the Turkish expression
"O AL KUZU ER ANIN" meaning "He is the Red Lamb (RAM) of the Man of
Sky". In this form of the expression, Alexander becomes the "Red Ram"
rather than the "Red-Bull" of the Sky.

By this minute change in this Turkish expression, the title composers
for the Greek kings knew well that they could readily change the
Turkish word "OKUZU" meaning "the OX" (the BULL) to "O KUZU" meaning
"That LAMB" or "He is Lamb", thus altering the title from "BULL" to
"RAM" (KOÇ in Turkish). This is the fantastic ability of the Turkish
language. Of course by this understanding of the Turkish source text,
they were justified to portray Alexander the Great as a RAM rather
than BULL.

The following is an excerpt from a very well written essay by Abdullah
Yusuf Ali, attached as an Appendix in his translation of the Qur'anic
Sura named "KAHF" or the "CAVE", where the name ZUL-QARNAIN appears.
[38] I will not repeat here all of his essay which must be read
separately but I will cite only certain portions of it here. There he writes:

"What is the meaning of the name or title ZUL-QARNAIN — "Lord of the
two Qarns? "Qarn" may mean: (1) a horn in the literal sense, as in
the case of a ram or bull; (2) a horn in a metaphorical sense, as in
English, the horns of a crescent, or by a further metaphor (not used
in English), the horns of a kingdom or territory, two portions at
opposite ends; (3) by another metaphore, a summit, a lock of hair,
typifying strength, a crest such as Eastern kings wora on their
diadems; (4) referring to time, an Epoch, an Age, a Generation.
Meaning (1) is inapplicable to a man or a great King: but see the next
paragraph about Alexander the Great. The other three meanings may be
applicable , as implying: (2) Lord of East and West, Lord of wide
territory or of two kingdoms; (3) Lord of two crests on his diadem,
typifying two kingdoms, or a rank superior to that of an ordinary
king; (4) Lord of more than one Epoch: one whose power and influence
extend far beyond his lifetime."

"If we accept the popular identification of ZUL-QARNAIN with
Alexander, all the three latter designations would be applicable to
him, as he was the Lord of the West and the East, Lord of the Greek
States united for the first time (Hellenic Captain-General) and of the
widely-extended Persian Dominion which included all Western Asia,
Egypt, Central Asia, Afganistan, and the Punjab (at least portions).
He is represented on his coins with two horns on his head: he
considered himself a son of Jubiter Ammon (who had the two horns of a
ram), with divine mission."

"The city of Alexandria which he founded in Egypt became the cultural
centre, not only for Greece and Rome, but for Judaism and Cristianity,
and retained its supremacy till the sixth century of the Cristian era.
Justinian closed its schools of philosopy in 529. Its philosphic
and scientific schools spread their influence over even a wider area
than the Mediterranean basin."

"Alexandria was the focus of Cristian and Jewish learning for some
centuries. The Christians also made Alexander a saint. The Jews
carried the Alexander cycle into the East. . . . ."

"Now the generality of the world of Islam have accepted Alexander the
Great as the one meant by the epithet ZUL-QARNAIN" But some of our
'Ulama have raised doubts about it and made other suggestions. . . .
. "

After these citings from M. Yusuf Ali, we can resume our analysis. As
I mentioned above, Alexander the Great ennobled and deified himself by
likening himself to the ancient Turanian SUN-GOD OGUZ (AL OKUZ) by his
title composed in Turkish but anagrammatized into Greek. In fact
Greek linguists, by way of finding a title for Alexander the Great,
abducted the Turkish OGUZ name and then disguised it as someting else
by way of anagrammatizing so that it could not be recognized as
Turkish any more. This was the way of life of the Greek linguists as
they were against the ancient Turkish peoples and civilizations.
Alexander the Great's Eastern expedition through Anatolian, Iranian
and Turkistanian lands and India was aimed to wipe out that ancient
Turanian civilization and replace it with Greek civilization. In this
mission to alter history, he and his followers became quite succesful.

The logo of the ancient Turanian Sky-God OGUZ was "OKUZ" (Ox or bull),
and because of this personification, when Alexander the Great likened
himself to the Sky-God OGUZ, he would have "two horns" and would be
rendered as such.

For example, the front cover page of a book entitled "The nature of
GREEK MYTHS" by G. S. Kirk (a Penguin Book, 1990) depicts the painting
of an imaginary being, called the "MINOTAUR", having a "bull-head with
two horns and the body of a man" rendered all in red. This is nothing
but the disguised personification of the "RED-BULL" (AL OKUZ) of the
ancient Turanian Sky-God of the OGUZ religion. In other words, this
MINOTAUR was Turkish in origin and not Greek as portrayed. Another
similar personification of OGUZ-HAN is under the name "BUCENTAUR"
which is again an imaginary "entity" being "bull" bodied, with human
torso and head with horns. The English name BUCENTAUR is from Greek
"BOUKENTAUROS". [39] I will return to this in another section.

About the name "ZU-UL-KURNAIN" (ZUL-KARNEYN)

As we have noted, the name "ZU-UL-KURNAIN" (ZUL-KARNEYN) is the name
or title of a personification of a god-concept or a king-person
referred to in the Holy Qur'an. However this name appeared in the Holy
Qur'an some 1000 years after the time of Alexander the Great. This
expression appearing in the Qur'an does not necessarily represent
Alexander the Great. By referring to the name ZU-UL-KURNAIN the Qur'an
would not be describing Alexander the Great. What Qur'an describes is
the ancient Turanian creator Sky-Father-God OGUZ comprising the
Sky-Father-God who had the Sun (the Sun-God) as his right "EYE" and
the Moon (the Moon-God) as his left "EYE" all defined by the new title

The name "ALLAH" most likely is derived from the Turkish expressions:

a) "ALI ILAH" meaning "The Most High God" referring to the ancient
creator Sky-father-God OGUZ,

b) "AL-ILAH" meaning "Red-God" referring to the ancient Sun-God (AL OGUZ),

c) "ALA ILAH" meaning "the Spotted God" referring to ancient
"Moon-God" (ALA OGUZ), and most likely including the Turkish expression:

d) "EL-ILAH" (YEL ILAH) meaning "Wind God" referring to the ancient
"wind-god" concept.

The name "ALLAH" embodies all of these Turkish expressions in one
title word.

Some westerners try to claim that Moslems regarded Alexander the Great
as their God. This, of course, has no validity. The Qur'an would not
praise a mortal man in such a manner. By the name ZUL-KARNAIN, it was
referring to the very ancient Sky-God OGUZ (Sun and Moon). The
"Crescent moon" comprises the "horns" of the Bull Oguz. The Turkish
flag is a rendering of this ancient OGUZ concept. For example, the
love goddess "HATHOR" (from Turkish "AVRAT") of ancient Masar (Misir)
is rendered with "two bull horns", yet, "THOTH" and "SOBEK" (from
Turkish "SU-BEK, SU-BEY) are rendered with the "horns of a ram". [40]

Alexander using this expression in his title clearly indicates that
Turkish was a world language at his time, that is, in the 1st
millennium B.C. and the expression "ZU-UL-KURNAIN" (ZULKARNEYN in
Turkish, ZUL-QARNAIN in Arabic) was a known concept already.

Many other very significant meanings in Turkish are also embedded in
the name ZU-UL-KURNAIN. Some additional ones are as follows:

When the name "ZU-UL-KURNAIN" is rearranged letter-by-letter as:

1) "Z-ULU-KUR-ANIN", is an anagram of Turkish expression "AZ ULU KOR
ANIN" meaning "Peerless Great Fire of Sky" referring to the Sun. It
also means "The Great ONE of QUR'AN" which again refers to the
Sky-God. Hence the name of the Holy Book QUR'AN is also embedded in
this expression.

2) "Z-ULU-KUR-ANIN", it is an anagram of Turkish expression "AZ ULU
KÖR ANIN" meaning "Peerless Great Blind of Sky" referring to the Moon.

3) "ULUZ KIRAN UN" from Turkish "ULUS KIRAN HAN" meaning "Lord who
breaks nation." GOD does that all the times, but Alexander the Great
also did similar acts in his time.

4) "ULUZ KURAN AN" from Turkish "ULUS KURAN HAN" meaning "Lord who
creates nation". GOD does that all the time, that is, "old" nations
are replaced with "new" nations. Similarly, Alexander replaced much
older eastern nations with newer Hellenic nations.

5) "ULUZ-KURIAN N" from Turkish "ULUS KORUYAN HAN" meaning "Lord who
protects nation". This verifies the given meaning"defender or helper
of mankind." Turkish expression "TANRI KORUSUN" meaning "May God
protect" is exactly in this context.

6) "UL-N-KURIANUZ", is an anagram of Turkish expression "ULU HAN
KORUYANUZ" meaning "we are Great Lord the Protector" or "we are Great
Lord Protector" thus it has has double meaning.

7) "UL-IR-KANUNUZ" from Turkish "ULU ER KANUNUZ" meaning "we are the
law of Great Man", that is, "what I say is the law of God and the Law
of a Great Man".

All of these definitions place Alexander the Great above all others
like a "god" figure - just like the red bull is above the rest of a
herd. These definitions are done and can only be done in Turkish
indicating that Alexander and his people around him knew Turkish well
as it was the world language of the time.

>From all of this, it can be said that the Turkish language was a
perfect and mature language developed over a period extending tens of
thousands of years. It was so flexible and so expressive that the
ancient linguists could play many puns within a given expression in

About the name "ISKANDER"

We must also dwell on the Turkish appellation "BÜYÜK ISKANDER" for
Alexander the Great. It is interesting to note that in the letter from
DARIUS to ALEXANDER the Great, he wrote: "From the capital of the
kings of the world: As long as the sun shines on the head of ISKANDER
[Alexander] the robber, etc.,".

It is curious that Darius used the descriptive appellation of
"ISKANDER the robber."

The name ISKANDER is a compound Turkish name. It embodiies the
Turkish expression "AS KINDER" (As Kündür/Gündür) meaning "He is
Peerless Sun". Additionally, the name embodies the Turkish phrase
"KINASDER" (GÜNESDIR) meaning "He is Sun". This exalts and ennobles
him to the level of the Sun-God. Again this Turkish appellation
describes Alexander the Great as the Sun - the way that he was
described in his "Greek" and "Arabic" titles.

However Darius the Great must have also used this title in a
pejorative manner which is shown not only by the ensuing term "the
robber", but also the pejorative meanings embedded in the Turkish word
ISKANDER. Those insulting meanings embedded in the name can be found
by rearranging the name ISKANDER in various forms in Turkish.
Evidently both Alexander the Great and Darius the Great, in
communicating with each other in such a manner, must have known the
intricacies and subtleties of the Turkish language very well.

About the name "BUCEPHALUS"

Another linguistic evidence that Alexander the Great knew Turkish is
the fact that he called his war horse by the name "BUCEPHALUS", i.e.,
supposedly from Greek term "BOUKEPHALOS" meaning "Bull headed". [41]
Of course the name "BOUKEPHALOS" is nothing but a Hellenized Turkish
expression "BOA KAFALI" meaning "bull headed". It is wrongly said to
be from Greek "BOUS" meaning "bull~ (versus Turkish "BOA" (boga)
meaning "bull") and Greek "KEPHALE" meaning "head" (versus Turkish
"KAFALI" meaning "with head" or "headed").

Alexander's war horse BOUKEPHALOS (BOGA KAFALI) died as one of the
casualties of the battle that Alexander the Great had with the Indian
King PORUS. It is said that Alexander founded a city for the memory
of his horse on the site of the battle, naming it BUCAPHALA [42] This
name BOUKEPHALOS from Turkish "BOGA KAFALI" is another testimony that
Turkish was a widely spoken language in the first millennium B.C.
contrary to denials.

These are indisputable correspondences and evidences that ancient
Greeks, Macedonians, and the Persians spoke Turkish with great
facility and they were able to anagrammatize (distort and disguise)
Turkish expressions to make up words at will, thus coming up with
their languages. At the same time, all alterations by Greeks
obliterated the ancient Turkish civilization. A parallel situation
took place in the ancient Masar (Misir, wrongly "Egypt") during the
Roman reign. We have the following excerpt reagarding this: [43]

"Hieroglyphics were everywhere in ancient Egypt, sometimes simply
incised in stone, but often glowing with brilliant color and
occasionally covered with gold. They constitued the monumental
language of Egypt for over 3000 years, even though rarely used for
ordinary writing after development of the hieratic or demotic scripts.
The last known inscription dates to 394 A. D., when Egypt had long
been a Roman province. By then so many hieroglyphs had been added to
{Upper case lettering of part of the last sentence is mine.]

Of course, this is a deliberate way of killing a language out of
existence. The language of ancient Masar (Egypt) was Turkish.

With all of these exalting attributions expressed in Turkish and
embedded in the name "ALEXANDER" (ALEXANDROS), some other Macedonian
and Byzantine kings in addition to Alexander the Great, also have
taken the name "Alexander" as a title. Also many other people have
been given the name "Alexander" whose origin is in ancient Turkish
culture contrary to established but false claims.

Similarly the name "ZULKARNEYN" has been the name for many people in
the Eastern Islamic culture also. The name somehow is attributed to
Arabic in origin but never associated with the Turkish language even
though many Turks have used it in the past and many still use the

Shorthened versions of ALEXANDROS are ALEKOS, ALEXIOS, SANDER and

The name "ALEKOS" is from Turkish: a) "ALAGOZ" meaning "spotted Eye"
referring to the "Moon", b) and "AL-OKUZ" meaning "the Sun-God", and
c) "ELA GÖZ" meaning "Hazel Eye".

Similarly the name "ALEXIOS" (ALEKSIOS), when deciphered
letter-by-letter as "AL ISE KOS" is from the Turkish expression "AL
ISI KOS" (AL ISI Köz) meaning "Red hot fire" referring to the Sun.

The title "SANDER", when decrypted as "S-DANRE" is the anagram of
Turkish expression "AS TANRI" meaning "One/peerless God". Thus the
name is ennobling and deifying. Here we can see that the Turkish word
TANRI, meaning "GOD", has also been usurped and disguised as SANDER.

The title "SANDROS", when decrypted as "SOS DANR", is from Turkish
expression "SÖZ TANRI" meaning "Word God" or "Language God" or "The
Word is God". I must note here that the so-called Greek god "ZEUS", in
one of its meanings, is nothing but a personification of the Turkish
"SÖZ" concept. In other words, "ZEUZ" is the same concept as the
Turkish "AGUZ OGUZ" (Söz Oguz, Söz Tanri) meaning "Word God".

It should be remembered that JOHN 1:1 states: "In the beginning the
Word was, and the Word was with God and the Word was a god." What
this excerpt from JOHN 1:1 is really saying is that the word for
"WORD" and the word for "GOD" are one and the same - but only in
Turkish. This can only be so in Turkish because Turkish OGUZ is the
word for GOD and Turkish AGUZ is the word for MOUTH and WORD or
LANGUAGE. Therefore John 1:1 can be rewritten as: "In the beginning
the AGUZ was, and the AGUZ was with OGUZ and the AGUZ was a god." It
must be noted that everything created by God and recognized and
defined by the human mind is given a name by AGUZ (meaning MOUTH and
WORD in Turkish). The ancient Tur/Turk peoples, by another name the
OGUZ people, invented this fantastic religion where the concept of God
and language were combined into one. That is why the OGUZ (i.e.,
Turkish) language is the SUN language.

Another example is the so-called "Greek" TEO (meaning God) which in
one sense is from Turkish ATA-O meaning "He is Father" referring to
God the Father, and in another sense is from Turkish TE-O (DE-O)
meaning "IT IS WORD" referring to things that we say but also to what
GOD says.

For the sake of understanding the ancient past a bit better, I want to
bring to the readers's attention that Alexander the Great and his
followers, after his death, followed a Hellenization policy throughout
Anatolia, the Middle East and every other place they conquered. This
policy was for the purpose of obliterating all previous things
achieved by the ancient Turanian Tur/Turk peoples by force and by

About the name "ANTIGONUS"

After his death, another one of the generals of Alexander the Great,
named ANTIGONUS, became the king of Macedon. When the name ANTIGONUS
is rearranged as "ITAN-GUNOS" or "GUNOS-ITAN", it is found to be an
anagram of the Turkish expression "GONESI ITEN" meaning "He who
rejects Sun". This title indicates that he was against the OGUZ
religion and Oguz people.

The writer of the book prepared by the Reader's Digest Association,
Inc., provides us the following information confirming my views
regarding how the ancient Turanian civilization was wiped out by a
group of wanderers in the Middle East and later in Europe: [45]

"After his death, Alexander's empire fragmented as swiftly as it had
been conquered, but Hellenism, or imposed Greek culture, had made its
mark. All across Mesopotamia and beyond, Alexander had followed a
policy of implanting Greek civilization, conducting mass marriages
between his soldiers and native women, and establishing new
settlements for his troops and other Greeks. Long after his empire
had broken up, thousands of Greeks continued to emigrate from their
populous homeland to create new towns and cities in Asia Minor. Their
language soon replaced Aramaic throughout most of the Near East
(though not in Judea, as Judah was called in Greek), and the cities of
Antioch and Alexandria became thriving centers of Hellenism.

By 312 B.C., Alexander's empire had been divided among his generals.
Seleucus had established his own dynasty over Babylonia and Syria.
Egypt had come under the control of Ptolemy, and his descendents ruled
Judea for the next 100 years. "

About the name "SELEUCID"

After his death, one of the generals of Alexander the Great, named
Seleucus, formed the Seleucid Empire. One of the most important
traditions of these ancient wandering Greeks, as remembered in the
common public memory of the Middle east, was to make baskets, sieves,
and similar items during their wandering years. Even the name SELEUCID
is a testament to this fact. When the name SELEUCID is rearranged
letter-by-letter as "SELECIDU", it is found to be the Turkish
expression "SELECIDI" (selecidi, sele yapandi) meaning "he is a flat
basket maker". The Turkish word "sele" is the name for a flat basket
and the suffix CI is the suffix implying MAKER. The final suffix DI
means "It was" or "It is".

Additionally, the name SELEUCID, when rearranged as "ELECSIDU", is an
anagram of the Turkish expression "ELEKCIDU" meaning "He is a sieve
maker". Turkish word ELEK means SIEVE. This was also one of the
Turkish expressions associated with the name of ALEXANDER The Great.

Furthermore when the name SELEUCID is rearranged as "S-UELCIDE" is
found to be the Turkish expression "AS YELCIDI" meaning "He is one
wind believer" or "Peerless wind follower" indicating wind-god based
beliefs of ancient Greeks. .

About the name "ANTIOCHUS"

Again from the same reference source we have the following: [46]

"THE SYRIAN PERSECUTION: later in the same year, Antiochus proceeded
from political repression to religious persecution, something no Greek
ruler had ever done before. His first step was to issue a
proclamation stating that all should be united as one people and that
non-Greeks should give up their ancestral customs and adopt customs
prescribed by the king. He adressed this order to the entire kingdom,
and throughaout his lands—in Syria, Palestine, Mesopotamia, Persia and
parts of Asia Minor—public officials summoned the people to assemble
and hear it read.

Then Antiochus moved directly against the Jews. In hundreds of letters
carried by messengers to Jerusalem and the other towns of Judea, "he
directed them to follow customs strange to the land . . . . . to
profane sabbaths and feasts, to defile the sanctuary and the priests,
to build altars and sacred precincts and shrines for idols, to
sacrifice swine and unclean animals, and to leave their sons
uncircumcised." The decree ended with the words: "And whoever does
not obey the command of the king shall die"."

This is an indication of extreme intolerance and merciless persecution
of non-Greeks. In actuality, what was most likely happening was the
persecution of the Sky-God OGUZ believing peoples. In another words,
persecution of Jews in addition to the so-called "Pagan Gentiles",
i.e., the Tur/Turk peoples, was taking place.

During the Greek SELEUCID dynasty times, there were a number of kings
called ANTIOCHUS. The name is truly an "anti-Turk" indicator. When the
name ANTIOCHUS is rearranged as "ITAN-OCUSH" or "OCUSH-ITAN" where C=K
and H=I, the word becomes "OKUSI ITAN" which is the Turkish expression
"OKUZI ITEN" (OGUZU ITEN) meaning "he who rejects OGUZ". In other
words ANTI OGUZ. This clearly indicates that these anti-Oguz
(anti-Turk) Greeks were not only against the ancient Oguz (Tur/Turk)
peoples but were also against their Sky-God OGUZ religion. In
destroying the OGUZ religion they also destroyed the history of these
ancient Tur/Turk peoples from the memory of people, yet they took many
aspects of that civilization as their own.

About the names "TYRIA' and "SYRIA"

Most likely it was during this time that the ancient Middle East
having the name "TYRIA" ("Turia, Tur öyü, Türk öyü, Türkiye") meaning
"Home of Tur" was changed to "SYRIA" by changing the first letter "T"
of TURIA" to "S", thus converting the name to "SURIA". This completely
removed the Tur/Turk peoples from the Middle East of ancient history
and replaced them with another identity. The persecution of the
ancient so-called "Pagan and/or Gentile" Tur/Turk peoples continued
during the spread of Christianity.

The name SYRIA is said to be from Latin "SYRIACUS" [47] which is a
distortion of Turkish expression:

a) "SARI KÖZ U" meaning "it is yellow fire" and/or "It is yellow eye"
referring to both the Sun and the Moon and the Turkish people who
believed in them, and

b) "SARI OKUZ" (SARI OGUZ) meaning "YELLOW OGUZ" which refers not
only to the Sky-God Oguz, but also to the "Yellow Turks" such as the
"SARI KIPCHAK and SARI UYGUR" and others, by another name,
"SARICANLAR" meaning the "SARACENS". The people "SARACENS"
(SARICANLAR) were given the name of "ARAB" which also included the
Seljuk Turks and the so-called "KURDS" (TURKS), by the Europeans after
13th century. Thus the name "SYRIACUS" again refers to Oguz
(Tur/Turk) people who were the followers of ancient Turanian OGUZ
religion. Associating the name "ARAMAIC" with the name "SYRIA" is a
disinformation. ARAMAIC is the distorted Turkish expression "ARAMACI"
meaning "the wanderer, the Gypsy". It is clear that again Turkish has
been used in the manufacture of this name.

In the above citing, the word "uncircumcised' was mentioned.
Circumcision is an ancient Turanian tradition. Ancient Masarians
(Misir) had this tradition. Here just to show that even this tradition
belonged to the ancient Tur/Turk peoples who were the target of
persecution by Antiochus, let us examine the make up of the terms

The term CIRCUMCISION, when rearranged letter-by-letter as
"CICINU-CISROM" and replacing first C with letter "S" and 2nd and 3rd
"C" with "K", we get the expression "SIKINU-KISROM", and reading it
phonetically as in Turkish, is an anagram of the Turkish expression
"SIKINU KESERUM" meaning "I cut your penis" which is exactly the act
that is taking place in circumcision. This correspondence cannot be
due to coincidence.

Similarly the term CIRCUMCISE, when rearranged as "SICIMU-CESR" is an
anagram of Turkish expression "SIKIMU-KESER" (Sikimi keser) meaning
"he cuts my penis". Again this is what happens in the act of
"circumcise", that is, cutting the for-skin of the penis.

So not only the origin of words but also the tradition of
"circumcision" were Turkish before they were all abducted. Yet this
ancient Turkish tradition is wrongly and intentionally attributed to
Semitic origin.

All the revelations that I have made here in this essay regarding the
name ALEXANDER the Great are unquestionably Turkish in origin. Most
likely many modern historians and linguists do not know these facts
that I have discoverd hidden in the Indo-European names and words. The
earlier writers were mostly religious people working and writing under
the guidance and control of the religious organizations. Those who may
have known that ancient Turanian history and civilization were
deliberately obliterated and Indo-European and semitic languages were
made up from Turkish could not easily come forward and reveal that
knowledge as they were most likely forced to take an oath of
allegiance not to disclose it.

About the name "DARA" or "DARIUS"

In finalizing this essay, I will also show the identity of the names
DARA or DARIUS used by the Persian Kings. DARIUS III (336-330 B.C)
was the one who confronted the Macedonian invasion under Alexander the Great.

DARA being the title of this Iranian King, is from Turkish "ADA ER"
(ATA ER) meaning "Father Man" referring to the ancient Turanian
Sky-God, and also being the king of the country, he was in the role of
"ATA", that is, the head of the country. Additionally, the name
DARIUS, when rearranged as "AUSDIR" is the restructured name of the
ancient Turkish phrase "OGUZDUR" meaning ""He is Oguz", "He is wise",
"he is the Word" etc., thus referring to the name of the ancient
Turanian Sky-God OGUZ.

All of the above shows that the Turkish OGUZ religion was the
universal religion of ancient times and that the Turkish language was
the universally talked father-language of ancient times. That ancient
OGUZ religion was obliterated by the newly invented religions. In this
way, the ancient Turanian civilization was obliterated and looted as
well. Similarly, the universal Turkish language was confused by way
of anagrammatization (i.e., restructuring and disguising Turkish words
and phrases into new words) to invent new languages that did not exist before.


[30] M. Lincoln Schuster, "The World's Great Letters", New York, Simon
and Schuster MCMXXXX (1940), p. 5.
[31] Teresa Norman, "A World Of Baby Names", A Perigee Book, 1996, p. 198.
[32] "Great People Of The Bible and How They Lived" presented by the
Reader's Digest Association, INC. Pleasantwille, New York, 1979,
p. 46, 80, 98.
[33] EBWLD, 1963, Vol. 1, p. 103. ("Baal" the Sun god)
[34] Rhoda A. Hendricks, "Mythologies Of The World", McGraw-Hill Book
Company, New York, 1981, p. 29
[35] Lionel Casson and The Editors of TIME-LIFE Books, "Ancient
Egypt", Time Incorporated, New York, 1965, p. 151.
[36] Türkçe-Ingilizce Redhouse Sözlügü", Redhouse Yayinevi, Istanbul,
1987, p. 1290.
[37] Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1963, Vol. 1, p. 572.
[38] "THE HOLY QUR'AN Text, Translation and Commentary" By Abdullah
Yusuf Ali, Printed in the United States by McGregor and Werner, INC.,
1946, pages 727-759 text and comments, and 760-765 APPENDIX VII.
[39] EBWLD, 1963, Vol. 1, p. 173.
[40] Lionel Casson and The Editors of TIME-LIFE Books, "Ancient
Egypt", Time Incorporated, New York, 1965, p. 185.
[41] EBWLD, 1963, Vol. 1, p. 173.
[42] C. M. Bowra and The Editors of TIME-LIFE Books, "Classical
Greece", Time Incorporated, New York, 1965, p. 161.
[43] Lionel Casson and The Editors of TIME-LIFE Books, "Ancient
Egypt", Time Incorporated, New York, 1965, p. 156.
[44] Teresa Norman, "A World Of Baby Names", A Perigee Book, 1996, p. 198.
[45] "Great People Of The Bible and How They Lived" presented by the
Reader's Digest Association, INC. Pleasantwille, New York, 1979,
p. 252-253.
[46] "Great People Of The Bible and How They Lived" presented by the
Reader's Digest Association, INC. Pleasantwille, New York, 1979, p. 288.
[47] Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, Fifth Edition, 1947, p. 1013.

Best wishes to all,

Polat Kaya


End of Part-4, to be continued in Part-5

(Copyright © 2004 Polat Kaya)