Part-7: About the name "THEODOSIUS"

Part-7. About the name "THEODOSIUS"


This paper is about the name THEODOSIUS, that is, a Byzantium name.
Contrary to previous disinformation, the name "Byzantium" is actually
sourced from Turkish and is a distortion of the Turkish phrase
"Beyistanum" or "Beyistan öyüm".

"A number of Byzantium emperors used this name in their title." [52]
THEODOSIUS I The Great (379-395) is one such emperor.

Graham Speake writes the following account about the king THEODOSIUS [53]:

"Flavius Theososius, son of Valentinian's general Theodosius, was
appointed in the east by GRATIAN after the death of VALENS, with the
primary task of dealing with the GOTHS. His solution was the rapid
extension of 'federate' status, whereby whole tribes were settled
within the empire. He owes his title 'the Great' to his rigid
adherence to the Nicene Christian creed: he deposed Arian bishops,
punished heretics severely, and, influenced by AMBROSE, banned all
pagan worship."

The Roman emperor GRATIAN who appointed him was also an ardent
Christian who incurred resentment through his suppression of pagan
institutions. [54]

Thus it is clear that they had turned against the ancient Turanian
Oguz people and their religion which the Greeks themselves followed
before their new religion. Since the Greeks acquired political power
after Alexander the Great, they exersized it ruthlessly in persecuting
the so-called "pagan" native Tur/Turk peoples all over Anatolia and
other regions of the Greek domain of hegemonia. The name GRATIAN is a
restructured and distorted form of the Turkish expression "GARATI HAN"
or "GARA HANTI" (GARA HAN IDI) meaning "The lord (king) was Black"
referring to his belief in "KARA-HAN", that is, the "evil" God.

The following citing also verifies this intolerance of the so-called
"pagan" religion and peoples. Phillip Sherrard and The editors of the
TIME-LIFE Books write the following" [55]:

"Actually, it is impossible to specify any one year as the birth date
of Byzantium. Constantine's designation of the city as his capital
did not at once inaugurate a Byzantine empire as distinct from the
Roman. No doubt the seeds of transformation were present in
Constantine's conversion to Christianity and in his founding of a new
capital on the Bosporus; and no doubt Constantine himself possessed an
almost mystical apprehention of the immense change he was initiating.
But in other respects the first phase of Byzantine history—from 330 to
the death of Anastasius I in 518—was little more than an attempt to
strengthen and defend the old Roman Empire against the forces that
threatened its existence.

Christianity, meanwhile, was spreading its influence as the state
suppressed paganism with increasing harshness."

The "immense change" that King Constantine was initiating was the
policy to wipe out the ancient Turanian Sky-God Oguz religion while
looting all of its ancient traditions and culture.

The "Greek" name THEODOSIUS is described as having the meaning of: "A
gift of God" or "God given". [56].

The name THEODOSIUS, when rearranged letter-by-letter as
"T-OOS-HEDIUSI" where the bogus letter U is Y (Ye, Ya, or Yu in
Turkish) and read phonetically as in Turkish, is found to be the
restructured and disguised form of the Turkish expression "aTa OOS
HEDIYESI" (Ata Oguz Hediyesi) meaning "The Gift of Father OGUZ", that
is, "The Gift of God". Thus we have an exact correspondence that is
not due to coincidence. In this anagram used by the ancient Greeks,
Turkish ATA written as "T" alone means "father", OOS (having
variations of: OS, AUS, EUS, OUS, US, UZ, GUZ, OGOZ, OGUZ, OKUS, and
others) is the ancient name of Sky-God OGUZ, and Turkish "HEDIYESI"
means "gift of". Thus, these Turkish words, when combined into one
compound name and after rearranging the letters, the new word readily
becomes the Greek "THEODOSIUS" meaning "gift of God".

With this analysis, we have shown clearly that the source of the Greek
name "THEODOSIUS" was Turkish rather than Greek. In this case again we
are observing, in an undisputable way, a "stolen, restructured,
repainted and resold car" case as were the names of the other king
names of Byzantium that we analysed earlier.

Since it is very related to the reign of the Byzantium king THEODOSIUS
I the Great, I want to bring to the attention of the reader an
important name, that is the name of SERAPIS which was the
personification of the ancient Turanian Sky-God OGUZ.

SERAPIS is defined as: "[Latin, Greek, Sarapis, Serapis.] A god in
whom were united the attributes of OSIRIS and APIS." [57]

APIS is defined as: "Sacred bull worshipped by the ancient
Egyptians." [58]

The sacred bull APIS was nothing but the representation of Turkish
OGUZ whose logo was the BULL ("OKUZ" in Turkish). Oguz was the most
ancient Turkish religious concept of the creator Sky-Father-God, the
Sun-God and the Moon-God as we have noted earlier.

The name OSIRIS is the Hellenized version of the ancient Masar/Misir
(Egypt) God" OSIR" (Turkish:"OS ER", "AS ER", "US-ER", "OGUZ ER)
meaning "True-Man", "Peerless-Man", "Wise-Man", that is, the Sky-God
"OGUZ-MAN". Western sources representing this very ancient Turanian
Sky-God of ancient Masar as the "God of dead" or the "underworld" are
spreading disinformation. The creator Sky-God AS-ER was always
regarded as being ONE (BIR) Supreme God of the universe whose "light
and heat" radiating and seeing "eye" was the SUN (KUN) and His not
seeing (blind) eye was the MOON (AY). This ONE-MAN God was known with
many different names describing different attributes of the same god.
Ancient Masarians knew this very clearly.

In ancient Turanian OGUZ religion, Oguz the Sun-God, Oguz the Moon-God
and Oguz the Sky-Father-God were religiously combined into ONE entity,
but yet separate also. That is why SERAPIS consisted of OSIRIS and
APIS. Of cource, the goddess ISIS representing the Moon, and also
being the sister and wife of OSIRIS was also united with the same
supreme God OSIR.

All of these Turanian religious concepts were looted and also killed
as the civilization of ancient Turanians - by the ancient Byzantine
kings. In this regard, the following excerpt from Encyclopaedia
Brittanica is very enlightening: [59]

"SERAPIS, a famous Graeco-Egyptian god. The statue of Serapis in the
Serapeum of Alexandria was of purely Greek type and workmanship -a
Hades or Pluto enthroned with a basket or corn measure on his head,
Cerberus at his feet, and (apparently) a serpent. It was proclaimed
as the anthropomorphic equivalent of a much revered and highly popular
Egyptian beast-divinity, the dead Apis, assimilated to OSIRIS. The
Greek figure probably had little effect on the native ideas, but it is
likely that it served as a useful link between the two religions. The
god of Alexandria soon won an important place in the Greek world. The
anthropomorphic Isis and Horus were easily rendered in Greek style,
and Anubis was prepared for by Cerberus. The worship of Serapis along
with Isis, Horus and Anubis spread far and wide, reached Rome, and
ultimately became one of the leading cults of the west. The
destruction in A.D. 385 of the Serapeum of Alexandria, and of the
famous idol within it, after the decree of Theodosius, marked the
death agony of paganism throughout the empire.

It is assumed above that the name Serapis (so written in later Greek
and in Latin, in earlier Greek SARAPIS) is derived from the Egyptian
USERHAPI—as it were OSIRIS-APIS—the name of the bull APIS, dead and,
like all the blessed dead, assimilated to the Osiris king of the
underworld. There is no doubt that Serapis was before long identified
with Userhapi; the identification appears clearly in a bilingual
inscription of the time of Ptolemy Philopator (221-205 B.C.), and
frequently later. It has, however, been contended by an eminent
authority (Wilcken, Archiv fuur Papyrusforschung, iii, 249) that the
parallel occurence of the names SERAPIS and OSORAPIS (USERHAPI) points
to an independent origin for the former. But doublets, e. g.,
Petisis-Petesis, are common in Graecism of Egyptian names."

This excerpt clearly indicates that the final killer of the ancient
Turkish Oguz religion was this Byzantine king THEODOSIUS I the Great.
Destroying the ancient Turanian religion earned him the title of
"GREAT". Yet he did not mind using Turkish based descriptions as his
title because he did not have an authentic language that could
provide such titles for him and other Byzantium kings.

Evidently, the icon "OKUZ" of the Sky-God OGUZ was kept in the house
called "SERAPEUM" in Alexandria. The name SERAPEUM when rearranged as
"AS-ER-P-EUM" is a restructured Turkish expression "AS ER APA ÖYÜM"
meaning " I am the house of Peerless Father Man" which refers to the
house where the monument was kept. On the other hand, it is the
restructured form of the Turkish expression "AS ER APAYUM" meaning "I
Am Peerless-Man Father", thus referring to God himself. Thus the
Greeks knew the utmost flexibility of the Turkish language and
utilized it extensively for their cabalistic purposes.

Evidently the destruction of the Serapeum by the decree of Theodosius
marked the end of the so-called "paganism" throughout the empire.

SARAPIS, when rearranged letter-by-letter as "SARI-PAS", is from
Turkish expression "SARI BASh" meaning "yellow head" which refers to
both the Sun and the Moon in the ancient Masar religion. It also
refers to "blond headed" Turkish peoples.

Additionally, SARAPIS is an anagram of "AS-IR-PAS" from Turkish
expression "AS ER BASh" meaning "Top Peerless Man" which refers to
both the Sky-Father-God OGUZ as being the creator of the universe, and
also to the "head" of man which is also a "creator'.

And finally, this Greek and/or Latin name "SARAPIS" has another
demonization aspect aimed at AS-ER. When the name is rearranged as
"AS-AR-PIS", it is the Turkish expression "AS ER PIS" meaning "the
Peerlees-Man is filthy, foul, obscene, mean, vile, and other degrading
adjectives" referring to the God ASER.

Of course AS-ER (OS-ER) also appears in the form of "AESIR" in the
western literature representing the "the chief gods of the Teutonic
pantheon. "The Aesir included: Odin or Voden, Thor or Donar, TYR or
TIU, Balder, Forseti, Heimdall, and other gods." [60]

>From this, the reader will recognize Turkish ASER, OD-HAN (Günes) and
TUR names readily. The name "DONAR" is composed of Turkish words "OD"
meaning "fire" and "NAR" meaning the fruit "pomegranate" referring to
its redness. Of course, in this context, DONAR is nothing but the
Turkish "NAR OD" or "AL OD" referring to the red Sun.

>From all this, one gets the clear understanding that ancient Greeks
knew and spoke Turkish, as Turkish was a world language at that time.
But the Greeks were in the process of "nation" building from a state
of roaming wanderers as compared to already established native
Tur/Turk peoples of Turanians all over the continents. With the
Greeks' newly invented religion, which was usurped and reconstructed
from the very ancient sky-God Oguz religion, they were intolerant of
the native peoples and their Turkish language. By usurping Turkish
words and phrases, and restructuring and disguising them, they had
built a language for themselves. At the same time, they continued to
annihilate the native Tur/Turk peoples and their civilization in
Anatolia as the Semitic Akkadians had done to the Sumerian people and
their language in Mesopotamia. By the guidance and intrigue of the
Greek and Semitic religious groups who had filled the cities and
organizations of ancient Masar/Misir, so-called "Egypt", these
non-Turanians achieved the collapse of the civilization of the ancient
Tur/Turk Masar/Misir peoples. By way of deception, brute force and
even genocide, most of the Turanian civilization was wiped out one
after the other.


[52] Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1963, Vol. 4, p. 520.
[53] Graham Speake, "A Dictionary of Ancient History", Blackwell
Reference, 1994,, p. 627.
[54] Graham Speake, "A Dictionary of Ancient History", Blackwell
Reference, 1994,, p. 290.
[55] Philip Sherrard and The Editors of TIME-LIFE BOOKS, "BYZANTIUM",
TIME Incorporated, New York, 1966, p. 55
[56] Teresa Norman, "A World Of Baby Names", A Perigee Book, 1996, p. 205.
[57] Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, Fifth Edition, 1947, p. 908.
[58] Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, Fifth Edition, 1947, p. 49.
[59] Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1963, Vol. 20, p. 340.
[60] Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, Fifth Edition, 1947, p. 18.

Best wishes to all,

Polat Kaya


End of Part-7, to be continued in Part-8

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