Part-9: About the Greek names "THEODOROS" and "THEODORA"

Part-9: About the Greek names "THEODOROS" and "THEODORA"


The Greek name THEODOROS, also THEODORE and THEODOR have been used by
kings, queens and religious men. [72] It seems it is a widely used
name in Greece and other religiousely related countries.

The Greek spelling of the name THEODOROS is given as THEODWROS [73].
The name THEODOROS is described as "a compound name composed of the
elements "theos" (god) and "doron" (gift): hence, 'God's gift'" [74]
Analysis of this name, however, reveals embedded Turkish expressions
with meanings that are ennobling and exalting.

In the Greek spelling - THEODWROS, the letter W is actually a bogus
letter intentionally designed to have multiple identities which can
take values such as O, UU, VV, YY or their combinations. This is
further evidenced by the fact that the English refer to the letter "W"
as double-U (i.e., UU) where the "U" is pronounced as "YU" while the
French refer to this letter as double-V (i.e., VV). In other words,
its real identity is never clear because it was designed to confuse.
So when we replace the shady letter W in THEODWROS with UY, we get

a) Now when THEODUYROS is rearranged letter-by-letter as
"OS-HEDYOTUR", it is the distorted form of the Turkish expression
"OGUZ HEDIYATUR" (Oguz hediyedir) meaning "It is the gift of Oguz"
where Oguz is the ancient Turanian Sky God.

b) Similarly when THEODUYROS is rearranged letter-by-letter as
"TUR-HEDYOSO", it is a form of the Turkish expression "TUR HEDUYASU"
(Tur hediyesi) meaning "Gift of TUR" where TUR is another name for the
ancient Turanian Sky God. This Turkish expression again clearly
identifies the meaning of the name as being "God's gift". The western
names THOR and TYR as sky deities are distortions of TUR. It should
be noted that TYR is nothing but TUR. The deliberate misspelling of
TUR as THOR or TYR is intended to obliterate TUR.

All of this ahows that the source material for THEODWROS has been
taken from a Turkish expression with the same meaning, and then
restructured and disguised into a "Greek" looking form.

c) Similarly when we replace the shady letter W in THEODWROS with UU,
we get THEODUUROS. When "THEODUUROS" is rearranged letter-by-letter as
"OD-OHUSTER-U", it is a distorted form of the Turkish expression "OD
OGUSTUR O" meaning "He is the Fire Lord OGUZ", that is, "He is Sun-God
OGUZ". OD in Turkish is FIRE.

If the name THEODUUROS is rearranged letter-by-letter as "UTU-
OHOSDER", it is a distorted form of the Turkish expression "UTU
OGUZDUR" meaning "he is Sun-God OGUZ". UDU in old Turkish means SUN.
Similarly, UTU in Sumerian is the SUN God.

These Turkish expressions embedded in the title of the Byzantium king
ennoble him and exalt him to the level of Sun-God. This is what all
the Byzantium kings regarded themselves as when they became kings. Of
course, the notion of earthly kings regarding themselves as Sky
Deity(s) is sourced from the wide spread traditions (Töre) of ancient
Turanian civilization.

d) When THEODUUROS is rearranged letter-by-letter as "DE-OHUSTUR-O",
it is a distorted form of the Turkish expression "DE AGUZTUR O"
meaning "He is speech-maker voice" or "He is law-maker voice" thus
referring to the king as "someone whose words are the law". Of course,
any king who has the sole ruling power is in such a position, that is,
whatever he says is done without question. The old Turkish word "DE"
meaning "speak" or "say" or "ruling" or "judgement" is embedded in the
"English" words DEcree and DEclare and DEcision. Kings and Judges
DEcree or DEclare or make DEcisions while rest of the public speak.

e) Deciphering THEODUUROS letter-by-letter as "OD-UT-ER-OGUS", it is a
distorted form of the Turkish expression "OD UT-ER OGUS" (OD Boga
Oguz) meaning "Fire Bull Oguz" referring to the Sun again. Old Turkish
word "UT" means "ox" [75]. and "UT-ER" (boga) would mean "bull". In
ancient Turanian Sun-God religion, the Sun-God "UTU" (UDU) had as its
icon a "RED BULL" (AL OKUZ) or "SPOTTED BULL" (ALA OKUZ). The Sumerian
name for the Sun-God was UTU while an old Turkish name for the Sun was
"UDU" (GÜN). [76]

The concept of the supreme being, that is, the Sky-God, of the Central
Asian and Siberian peoples is presently known by names such as
"tengri" (sky-god), "tanri" (sky-god) , "ak-ayas" (white light),
"buga" (bull), and "the one on high". [77]

For the sake of enlightenment, it is worth mentioning here that the
Turkish name OGUZ representing the ancient Turanian Sky-God has been
represented in different versions such as OS, OZ, AS, AZ, US, UZ, GUZ,
GOZ, GAZ, OUS, OUZ, AUS, AUZ, to name some. One of these
representations (i.e., OZ) has been used in the story called "The
Wizard of OZ" where they have villified the name of this very ancient
Turanian Sky-God by portraying him as an "imposter" pulling strings
behind curtains and having an army of monkey griffins. This is part of
an on-going "defaming" campaign used by the secretive cult founders to
denounce the name (OGUZ) of the ancient Turanian Sun-God religion -
so-called "Paganism".

The people who opposed the ancient Turanian Sun-God Oguz religion
believed in the "wind" and the "darkness" as opposed to the light,
heat and life giving attributes of the Sun. The anti Sun-God cults, in
order to make their cults successful, used verbal defamation and
violent oppression very effectively to denounce and dethrone the
Turanian Sun-God (i.e., the Sun) which all life on earth depends on
for its existence. Evidently, in the name of exploitation of others
for self advancement, "lying" has no boundaries.

Abouth the name THEO:

Furthermore, the word THEO meaning "GOD" in Greek is the anagram of a
Turkish expression. Firstly, the Greek letter H, similar to the other
letters of the Greek alphabet, is a bogus letter having multiple
identities and generally takes the identity of I, E or H. It has been
designed to disguise the usurped Turkish words and phrases used as
source for so-called Greek words. Thus depending on the situation, the
anagrammatizer, who is manufacturing a so-called Greek word, can use
any one identity of this letter to camouflage the selected Turkish
letter in the source Turkish material.

When THEO is rearranged as "ETH-O" where H is disguising an E, we get
the word "ETE-O". "ETE-O" is a form of the Turkish expression "ATA O"
meaning "It is Father" referring to the ancient Turanian Sky-Father
God. It is also an anagram of Turkish "ATI O" meaning "its name is O"
where "O" refers to "That" Sky deity, that is, the Sky-father-God,
Sun-God and Moon-God. "ETE-O" is another form of "UTU O" the Sun-god;
"OT-O" (OD O) meaning "it is fire" referring Sun; the "EYE" like
disks of the Sun and the full moon which make the letter "O"

Additionally, THEO is an anagram of Turkish "TE O" ("DE O", "Söz O")
meaning "it is the Word", "it is speech", "it is language". "Word",
as namer of concepts, gives voice to thoughts and thus it is a creator
like God. This again makes the disguised names "ETE-O" (Theo the GOD)
and "TE O" (WORD) combination just like the other Turkish "OGUZ" and
"AGUZ" combination. Hence the source of "theo" meaning "god" is
Turkish rather than Greek. Only, it has been usurped into Greek.

About the name THEODORA:

The most famous historical personality having the name THEODORA was
Queen THEODORA, the wife of the Byzantium (Beyistanum) king
JUSTINIANUS the Great. [78]

The Greek spelling of the name THEODORA is given as THEODWRA. [79] in
which W, being a dishonest bogus letter, can be replaced with "UY".
This makes the anagrammatized name "THEODUYRA". When this confused
name is rearranged (deciphered) letter-by-letter as:

a) "O-TUR-HEDYA" which is the Turkish expression "O TUR HEDUYE" (O Tur
Hediye) meaning "she is the gift of God TUR" and/or "OTUR HEDIYE"
meaning "She is gift".

b) "HEDYATUR-O" which is again the Turkish expression "HEDIYATUR O"
meaning "she is gift".

>From this it is crystal clear that even the name "THEODORA" (THEODWRA)
is the restructured and disguised form of a Turkish expression as
shown above.

About the names TUR and TURA:

"TUR" is the name of ancient Turanian Sky-God, and the Turkish name
"TURAN" comes from this TUR name. "TURA" is the feminized version of
"TUR". Thus the meaning of "TURA" is "goddess". In this context, the
name THEODWRA, being the name of a queen of Byzantium (BEYISTANUM) and
the wife of a king, becomes a "goddess" as well.

c) THEODWRA (THEODUYRA), when deciphered letter-by-letter as
"OY-ADH-TURE", is an anagram of the Turkish expression "ÖY ADI TURA"
meaning "her house name is TURA," i.e., the "goddess". This indeed
suits the Queen THEODWRA very well in the palace where she is the only
ruling woman.

It must also be noted that TUR is the ethnic name of the Tur/Turk
peoples. Hence, implied in this name, TUR refers to the Tur/Turk
"man" as an image of their sky-god, and similarly TURA refers to the
Tur/Turk "woman" as "goddess". Thus the Tur/Turk people have this
ennobling and exalting name embedded in their ethnic names TUR and

>From all of this analysis and discussions given above, it is clear
that the "Greek" names THEODOROS and THEODORA not only have the
meaning of "God's gift" sourced from Turkish, but also have other
godly descriptions that apply to God and a king who regards himself as
representative of god on earth. The Byzantium kings were like that.
These two name are just another two words in "Greek" that have been
usurped from Turkish, repackaged, disguised and sold to the world as


[72] Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1963, Vol. 8, p. 520.
[73] DIVRY's "Modern English-Greek and Greek-English Desk Dictionary,
p. 341.
[74] Teresa Norman, "A World Of Baby Names", A Perigee Book, 1996, p. 205.
[75] Huseyin Namik ORKON, "Eski Türk Yazitlari", Türk Dil Kurumu
Yayinlari: 529, Ankara, 1987, p. 877.
[76] Huseyin Namik ORKON, "Eski Türk Yazitlari", Türk Dil Kurumu
Yayinlari: 529, Ankara, 1987, p. 874.
[77] Mircae Eliade, "Shamanism Arcaic Techniques of Ecstasy",
Bollingen Series LXXVI, Princeton University Press, 1974, p. 9.
[78] Philip Sherrard and The Editors of TIME-LIFE BOOKS, "BYZANTIUM",
TIME Incorporated, New York, 1966, p. 56-57.
[79] DIVRY's "Modern English-Greek and Greek-English Desk Dictionary,
p. 341.

Best wishes to all,

Polat Kaya

(Copyright © 2004 Polat Kaya)

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