Part-10: About the name "JUSTINIANUS"

Part-10: About the name "JUSTINIANUS"


Philip Sherrard that: [80] "Byzantium's emergence was in part
accomplished in the period that stretches from the opening of the
reign of the Emperor Justin I in 518 and closes with the death of the
Emperor Phocas in 610. Stradling the center of this period -the years
from 527 to 565- towers the great figure of the last of the great
Roman emperors, Justinian I. It was during his reign that major aspect
of the Byzantine world as distinct from the Roman world, began to
assume their definitive form."

"Justinian was about 45 years old when he assumed the purple. He was
born of a family of Balkan peasants lately come up in the world. His
unlettered uncle Justin, who had arrived in the capital with a bag of
bread on his back, had fought his way to the throne through the ranks
of the army. Justin educated Justinian, and the younger man then
earned the throne in his own right by brilliant service as his uncle's
chief aide." [81]

While this excerpt gives credit to the achievements of this Byzantium
(sourced from Turkish Beyistanum) king entitled JUSTINIAN, reference
is also made to the king wearing the "PURPLE", the color of royalty.
This tradition of royalty wearing purple colored garments, however,
does not belong to the ancient wandering Greeks. This ancient
tradition was being used by Turanian peoples such as the Masarians,
the Phoenicians, the Etruscans, the Troians, the Phrygians, the
Lydians, the Anatolians, and all other Tur /Turk peoples. The Greeks
usurped it from the native Tur/Turk peoples of Anatolia. Purple
(Turkish MOR) is the royal color of ancient Tur/Turk peoples. It has
been used by all Turkic peoples in Anatolia, Middle East. Central Asia
and Europe. It was the color of Phoenicians, called "MUREX" from
Turkish "MOR" meaning "purple". Magnificent dresses for head and body
in purple velvety material (mor kumash) embellished with golden
embroidery are still worn by the Turkish people in the country during
their feastive occasions. Many brilliantly ornated costumes are worn
by the Turkish folkloric teams as representative of this ancient
Turanian tradition.

Phoenicians were one of the Turanian Tur/Turk peoples who settled in
Canaan and who had no ethnic kinship to Jews contrary to vague claims.
The reason for the Turanian people wearing the colors red and purple
and regarding them so highly was because they were Sun worshippers,
that is, AL OGUZ" (AL O-GOZ) "Red Sun" worshippers. The red and
purple colours of the sunrise and sunset were colours of reverence.

It must be noted that the whole ancient world has been and is still
being misrepresented in books, literature, movies, TV documentaries,
web sites etc. The ancient Masarians who had the most fantastic and
advanced civilization and who built the magnificent pyramids of Giza
are being portrayed to the world as "Egyptians" - a name that is
concocted from "gypsy". The Masarians were Turanian people, that is,
Tur/Turk people who spoke a dialect of Turkic language. Labelling them
as "Gypsies" obliterates their Turanian Tur/Turk identity and denies
their civilization to the Turkic world. Yet their achievements are
falsely attributed to later arriving wandering peoples by changing the
ancient name of MASAR (MISIR) to "Egypt".

The ancient Sumerians who were kin to the Masarians were also Turanian
Tur/Turk people who spoke a Turkic language but are being portrayed to
the world as "unknown people". The same is true for other Turanian
people such as the Caananites, the Phoenicians, the Carthaginians,
Minoans, Anatolians, Ionians, Thracians, Etruscans and many other Tur
people in geographies such as Caucasia, Persia, North Africa and
Eurasia. Somehow in the "scholarly" circles these ancient Turanian
Tur/Turk peoples are mostly declared as "unknown" peoples. Yet they
were the people whose ancient civilization was taken over and adopted
by the West.

It can be said that the ancient world was a Turkish world where
Turkish was the widely spoken language and the religion was the
Turkish Oguz religion which worshipped a trinity concept consisting of
the Sky-Father God, the Sun God and the Moon God. All later coming
"religions" sourced their deity concepts and tenets from this much
earlier Turkish Oguz religion, so-called paganism - but without giving
the due credit. The "Indo-European" and "Semitic" languages are
sourced from this much earlier universal Turkish language. All of
these are evidenced by the fact that we are able to find Turkish words
and phrases when we decipher the words and names of the
"Indo-European" languages.The

Encyclopaedia Britannica writes the following: [82]

"The name CANAANITE came from the word CANAAN, the ancient name for
Palestine, Phoenicia and part of Syria. The languages that are
considered Canaanite and known through direct sources are: Hebrew,
Moabite and Phoenician. The older stage of Canaanite is known
indirectly through the Tel el Amarna letters."

The important point to note here is that the so-called Caananite
languages were actually local dialects of the universally spoken
Turkish at that time.

The word CANAANITE is made up of two parts: "CANAAN + ITE". The last
part ITE is the Turkish word "ITI" (IDI) meaning "it was". Anyone
referred to as "Canaanite" means "he/she was from CANAAN people". The
word CANAAN (KANAAN) is from Turkish "KAN-HAN" meaning "Blood colored
Lords" (RED LORDS), or "KUN-HAN" meaning "Sun-Lords".

William Culican writes: [83]

"The name "PHOENICIA" was given by Greeks in the first millennium BC
to the coastal strip of modern Lebanon and northern Israel from the
region of Tripoli in the north to Akko (Acre) in the south, though
occasionally the term appears to have been extended to cover the
entire coast of Syria and Palestine. . . . . The origin of the name
is unknown: the Phoenicians themselves cannot be shown to have used it
; though the older Egyptian name FENIKW for part of the Syrian coast
might be related. The earliest clear use of it is in Homer (who also
used "TYRIANS" and "SIDONIANS"), but there are claims that the
adjective PO-NI-KI-JO in Mycenaean Linear B describes spices and and
other commodities imported from the Levant coast. To the Greeks the
word 'PHOENIX" had the connotations of "RED", but whether referring to
the skins of the Phoenicians or the reddish colour of much of the soil
of Lebanon, it is almost certainly a false etymology when applied to
the people themselves."

Phoeniciens being called TYRIANS (TURIANS) verifies that they were Tur
peoples. The Phoenician city name "TYRE", a misrepresentation of
Turkic "TUR-Ev" meaning "Tur house" is unquestionable evidence that
the Phoenicians were TUR/TURK peoples. Even the name "SYRIA" is a
misrepresentation of Turkish "TYRIYA" (TUR ÖYÜ). The name "TYRIYA",
just like the name "TURKIYE" meaning "home of Turks", means "home of

We noted above that the RED connotation from Turkish "KAN" meaning
"blood" and also referring to the "blood" colour is already in the
name KANAAN (CANAAN). So this is another indication that the the name
Canaan (Kanaan) was a Turkic name and the so-called Phoenicians were
Turkisch peoples. Furthermore, Phoenicieans, like all other
Canaanites, were "Sun" worshipping peoples. One prominent name of Sun
being "AL" in Turkish meaning "RED" is also embedded in the name of
their sky-god BAAL. The name "BAAL" is from Turkish "ABA AL" (APA AL)
meaning "Father Red" referring to the Sun-God.Thus in many aspects
they are related with the colour "RED.

Another meaning of the word KANAAN would be "LAW" from Turkish word
"KANUN" indicating that Canaanites were "LAW" giving people like all
other Turanian peoples.

The purple ("MOR" in Turkish) MUREX as was produced by the Phoenicians
was also the colour of the Trojans (TUR JANS), the Phyrgians, the
Lydians and other Anatolians who were ancient Tur/Turk peoples, It was
the color of the Etruscans who were themselves TUR/TURK peoples. The
Latin royalty adopted the "purple" color as a color of royaly from the
Turanian Etruscans as did the Greek Byzantiums (Beyistanum) who
adopted it from the ancient Anatolian Tur/Turk peoples.

In this regard, the following is relevant: Philip Sherrard writes: [84]

"Diocletian himself took the post of emperor in the east, choosing as
his capital Nicomedia, not far from the city which was soon to become

Of course the author chose to use terms like "EASTERN" and "ORIENTAL"
instead of the correct term "TURANIAN" or "TUR/TURK" peoples, thus
eliminating the name TUR or TURK altogether (obliterated). This shows
how easy it is to obliterate a name. After having said all this, we
now return to the name JUSTINIAN.

(483-565) Byzantine emperor 527-565. He codified Roman laws and for
that he is called The Great. It is said that "the Roman emperor
JUSTINIAN codified the Roman laws thus this act by him is reflected in
his title. The term "Justinian Code", referring to "Roman law as
codified under Justinian I, comes from his name. His name
"Justinanus" and the "Latin" expression "JUSTITIA OMNIBUS" meaning
"Latin Justice for all"." [85]

These expressions and the name JUSTINIAN must be related.

Evidently the name JUSTINIAN is derived from the English term "just".
In order to understand the real etymology of the name we need to
investigate all aspects of this title. First of all, it must be noted
that there was no letter J during Roman times and also during the
times of Byzantium. Instead of "J", the letter "I" was used. It is
said that the letter "I" was developed into letter "J" in the 17th
century. [86] Thus it is a much later concoction designed to erase
past footprints and further confuse what is already confused.

The name of the Emperor JUSTIN does not necessarily come from his
being a "just' emperor, but rather his being an 'emperor' and thus
having a title that elevates him to a "lordship", that is, divine
greatness. The name "JUSTIN" from name "IUSTIN" has several Turkish
meaning embedded in it.

a) "IUSTIN", when separated as "I-USTIN" and read phonetically as "AY
USTIN" is the Turkish expression "AY ÜSTIN" (Ay üstün) meaning "Moon
is the top", or "Moon is above all" referring to the sky deity
"Moon-God" that these later converted Byzantiums saw as the top deity
as opposed to the Sun. Hence, this Byzantium (Beyistanum) king
elevated himself to the position of this ancient Turanian Sky-God deity.

We must also note that the English personal pronoun "I" for 1st person
singular, vocalized as "AY", is after the moon-deity, that is, Turkish
name "AY" for the ancient Turanian "Moon-God" (AY-HAN). In
Judeo-Christianity the ancient Turanian "moon-deity", particularly the
"Black Moon" (Turkish KARA-AY), was chosen as the top deity.

The personal pronoun for 1st person singular in Greek is also given as
"AI" or "EGW" [87] where Greek letter gama" (G) is, in one sense, the
letter G but in another sense, the letter Y. The lower case Gama is
shaped like a Y and vocalized as "Y" [88], thus making the word "EYW"
which is a distortion of Turkish "AY-U" meaning "it is moon". The
Greek "AI" is also a distortion of Turkish "AY" meaning "moon".
Similarly, the same personal pronoun in Italian is "IO" (AYO), French
"JE", i.e., reversed Turkish "AY", where letter "J" replaces "I" or
"Y", and Spanish "YO" which is Turkish "AY" in reverse,
Thus the Byzantium King JUSTIN, by using Turkish expression "I USTIN"
("AY USTIN") in his title, was saying that "I am the highest" where
"I" meant himself as well as the Moon (AY in Turkish).

b) "IUSTIN" (Justin), when separated as "I-UST-IN" where letter "I"
stands for numeral "one" in Turkish "BIR", and read phonetically as
"BIR UST HAN", is the anagram of the Turkish expression "BIR ÜST HAN"
meaning "one topmost Lord" which not only ennobles and elevates the
king to the level of ancient Turanian Sky-Father-God but also enables
him to regard himself as "King of Kings" as an emperor. So it is a
matter of self aggrandizement.

c) The name IUSTIN" (Justin), when arranged as "I ISTUN", is an
anagram of Turkish "BIR ISTAN" meaning "One God" thus referring to
himself as the Sun.

I have noted that the Turkic term "ISTAN" comes from Turkish "ISITAN"
meaning "that which heats", and "IShITAN" meaning "that which lights"
both referring to the Sun. Now, we also see, as noted above, that the
Turkish term ISTAN also stands for Turkish "ÜST-AN" meaning "the sky
above" and "ÜST-HAN" meaning "the topmost Lord". In this context, the
ancient Turkish word ISTAN in the title of a king is indeed very
ennobling for any mortal man.

With all this analysis, it is clear that the title "JUSTIN" of this
Greek king is not Greek but rather Turkish in origin, but with clever
disguising it has been made to look non-Turkic. JUSTIN is said to be
an uncle of JUSTINIANUS I the Great, thus, it seems that the name
JUSTIN was carried on in the family.

The English term JUST has the meanings of: "impartial, fair,
equitable, equal to all, upright, honest, etc." associated with it.
By replacing the bogus letter "J" with letter "I", we get the term
"IUST" which is an anagram (distorted and restructured form) of the
Turkish word "ISUT" (ESUT, ESIT) where S=Sh, meaning "equal". This
Turkish word has all the connotations of the term "JUST" in English.
So the English term "JUST" is an anagram of Turkish word "ESUT"
(eshut). Thus the word "JUST" appearing in the name JUSTINIANUS,
along with the fact that this King was a codifier of the Roman laws,
makes his title also be associated with "JUSTICE". The Latin word for
"justice" is given as "IUSTITIA". [89] which does not start with
letter "J".

The Greek spelling of the name JUSTINIAN is given as "IOUSTINIANOS".
[90] Evidently someone has intentionally changed the letter I to J in
the English version of the name. As noted above there was no letter J
at the time of "IOUSTINIANOS". Instead the letter "I" was used. Hence
the Greek version must be more correct. Thus the name JUSTINIANUS is
an altered name. However, the letter "J", most likely, is a
replacement for another Turkish letter, that is, namely the letter "C"
(Ce) which is vocalized like the English J (as in John) or the English
G (as in George). This we will see below.

When the Latin word IUSTITIA is rearranged letter-by-letter as "ISUT
ITI A", we find that it is an anagram of Turkish expression "ISUT ITI
O" ("eshit idi o" or "eshitti o") meaning "it was/is equal". The
letter "S" is the distorted version of Turkish "Sh", The root of the
word is the Turkic "ESh" meaning "being the same" or "being equal".
Evidently the Latin word has its source in Turkish like many other
Latin words. It must be noted that even the English term "EQUALITY",
when rearranged letter-by-letter as "EYUTLIQ" is an anagram of Turkish
"ESUTLIK" (eshitlik), where S=Sh, meaning "equality". All of these
correspondences are not due to coincidences and can only be due to
restructuring of Turkish words and phrases.

Another Latin word for "justice" is "AEQUITAS" meaning "rights, just
treatment". [91] This Latin word AEQUITAS, when rearranged
letter-by-letter as "ESIT-AQA-U", is an anagram of the Turkish
expression "ESIT AGA O", where S = Sh, meaning "just lord he is". Of
course, if the ruler is an "equal treating king", that is, an "Esit
Aga", only then "equality" and "fair treatment" of all can be expected
of him. This again shows that this Latin word also has its source in
ancient Turkish. Furthermore this expression can be read to mean
"equalilty is lord" referring to the importance of the concept of
"equality". Laws that are designed for equality of people and applied
equally to all are always reagarded by people as "lord".

The name JUSTINIANUS, when rearranged as "I-USTIN-JANUS" is an anagram
of Turkish expression "BIR ÜSTIN CANUZ" where "J" represents Turkish
letter "C" (vocalized as Je) meaning "we are one topmost being" or
"we are one highest being" which describes his greatness in a
disguised way. In other words, by such a title, this Byzantium king
was calling himself as "King of Kings" or "God", but formulated in
disguised Turkish.

Similarly the name JUSTINIANUS, when rearranged (decoded)
letter-by-letter as "I-ISTAN-JUNUS" is the restructured and disguised
form of Turkish expression "BIR ISTAN CANUZ" where "J" represents
Turkish letter "C". Turkish "BIR ISTAN CANUZ" means "We are one god
(sun) being" which not only ennobles this king but also describes the
king being "just" as God is.

Probably JUSTINIANUS truly believed in this mission, that is, being a
"fair man", and perhaps for that reason he codified Roman laws for
Byzantium (Beyistanum). Curiously, embedded in his title is the
Turkish term "ISTAN" meaning "God" (Sun) - just like the name
Byzantium (sourced from Turkish Beyistanum) has "ISTAN" in it.

THEODWRA was the wife of JUSTINIANUS I the Great. Her name meaning
"God's gift" was an anagram of the Turkish expression "TUR HEDIYA O"
meaning "God Tur's gift she is" or "HEDIYATUR O" meaning "she is
gift". The name "HEDIYA" meaning "Gift" is a widely used women's name
among Tur/Turk peoples.

The Greek name "IOUSTINIANOS" ("JUSTINIANUS") has embedded in it a
number of other ennobling and exalting meanings as well - but all in

a) When the Greek name "IOUSTINIANOS" is rearranged letter-by-letter
as "SINSIN-U-AI-OTO" is the anagram of the Turkish expression "SENSIN
O AY ATA" meaning "You are that Moon Father." Thus this Turkish
expression embedded in the title declares this Byzantium (Beyistanum)
king as the "Moon-God ("AY-HAN") but rather esoterically.

This shows quite clearly how well the ancient Greeks knew all about
the ancient Turanian religion (so-called "Paganism") and civilization,
They also knew the very ancient Turanian OGUZ-KAGAN epic from which
they took Turkish "AY ATA" ("AY-HAN") as their sky-deity. AY-HAN was
the name of one of the six sons of Oguz Kagan.

This is verified by the fact that the name ION was nothing but the
distorted and disguised form of the Turkish name "AY-HAN", that is,
the name of the Moon-God, and the name of Tur/Turk peoples who had
this name as their tribal name. Ionians always claimed that they were
not Greek but rather they were Pelasgians, that is, native Tur/Turk
people of the area where "Greece" was. When the opportunity arose,
Greeks took over the AY-HANS (Ionians) and Hellenized them in every
respect so that their original Turkish identity was totally lost. The
present day Turkish term "YUNAN" used to identifiy Greeks must in
actuality refer to the IONS (AY-HANS) rather than the Greeks, that is,
the RUMs (ROUMs). As usual the overcoming Greeks took the name
"AY-HAN", restructured it into ION and claimed the name and the people
as Greek.

The Turkish name of "AY", for the Moon, is also verified by the name
of the city of Athens. The Greek spelling of the name "Athens" is
given as "ATHENAI" or simply "AI" [92]. The "Greek" name "ATHENAI",
when separated as "ATHEN-AI", where H is I, is nothing but an anagram
of Turkish expression "ATIN AY" meaning "your name is Moon". This
clearly shows that the city ATHENAI (Athens) has been named after the
ancient Turkish Moon-God "Ay-Han". Claim that the name is after the
goddess ATHENA may or may not be true. It may be that the name of the
goddes Athena is really a feminized version of Turkish expression
"ADIN-AY" meaning "You are Moon". Afterall, goddess ISIS was also a
personification of Moon. in ancient Masar. We talked about the
identity of the name ATHENA in another writing. This shows the extreme
power of anagrammatizing Turkish words, names and phrases. When one
takes original Turkish words or phrases and distorts the consonants,
changes vowels, rearranges the characters and syllables, one instantly
gets a new name or word without anyone knowing anything about it or
its source.

Ancient Greeks originally were pagans; and, as pagans, were also the
believers of the ancient Turanian Sky-God deities before they changed
their religious beliefs and went into a new "moon" and "wind" based
religion. They conspired together with the Semites to denounce the
very ancient Turkish Sky-Father-God, Sun-God and Moon-God Oguz
religion. However even in their new religion the ancient Turkish
"AY-HAN" was still their God. That is why this Byzantium king had
this name in his title.

b) The title IOUSTINIANOS, when rearranged letter-by-letter as
"U-AN-ISTAN-OIIS", is an anagram of the Turkish expression "O AN-ISTAN
ÖYIZ" (O Gök-Tanri öyüz) meaning "we are that Sky-God house" or "We
are the house of That Sky-God", thus, referring to himself as the
ancient Turanian Sky-God and to his house as the "house of Sky-God'.

This is very significant because, the ancient kings of the Tur/Turk
Masarians also called themselves as PERO (Turkish "BIR-O" meaning
"THAT TOP ONE", that is, the Sky-God) and their palace or house also
"PER OY" (Turkish "BIR-ÖY") meaning "One house, peerless house,
palace". So Greeks took this ancient Tur/Turk Masarian tradition and
made names for themselves in the same manner, with all exalting titles
being made from Turkish expressions.

The ancient Tur/Turk name MASAR (MISIR) has been falsely called
"EGYPT" and the Masarians as "Egyptians". The name EGYPT refers to the
COPTIC people, that is, the wandering people, the roaming Gypsies, by
another name, ROAMS (RUM), COPT, GYPSY (Gyptios, Guphtos), Greek
"AIGYPTIOS", Arabic "GUFT" [93], and Turkish KIPTI or CUFUT. The
ancient Masarians were not Gypsies. Thus those who wrote the ancient
history have changed everthing that was Tur/Turk and Turanian in favor
of the wanderer peoples. A complete usurpation and obliteration of the
ancient Turanian world has been very effectively executed by cabalist

c) The name IOUSTINIANOS, when rearranged letter-by-letter as
"ISIT-OUS-ANONI" and read phonetically as in Turkish, is an anagram of
the Turkish expression "ESIT OUZ (G)ANUNI" (Esit Oguz kanunu) meaning
"the just law of OGUZ" (Tur/Turk) peoples. In this meaning of his
title, the king IOUSTINIANOS regards himself as "equal law giver to
all" as it is one of the principal beliefs of the Sky-God-OGUZ
believing Oguz (Tur/Turk) peoples. This is seen much more clearly
when we decipher the name JUSTINIANUS letter-by-letter as
"ISIT-JANUNUS", where "J" has replaced "K", it is an anagram of
Turkish "ESIT KANUNUZ" meaning "we are equal law".

In this regard we have the Latin expression "JUSTITIA OMNIBUS" meaning
"Latin Justice for all" most likely attributed to IOUSTINIANOS. [94]

The so-called Latin expression "JUSTITIA OMNIBUS", when rearranged
alltogether letter-by-letter as "UTJ-ISUT OMI-BASIN", where "J" is an
"I", is an anagram of the Turkish expression "UTI ISUT HAMI BASIN"
where letters "S" are anagrams of Turkish "Sh". This Turkish
expression has the following distinct meanings:

"UTU" is equal for all heads" which is a true statement. SUN shines
equally on all heads without any distinction or discrimination.
Therefore the SUN is the life and energy giving just GOD.

b) "UTI ISUT HAMI BASIN" ("ATA ISUT HAMI BASIN") meaning "Father is
equal for all heads". In this case the reference is made to the
Sky-Father-God who also created the Sun, the Moon and all the
universe. Thus the ancient Turanian Sky-Father-God (Gök-Ata-Tanri) is
referred to with this Turkish statement. Additionally, it refers to a
"father" figure who is equally just to all of his children. The
statement is again a truthful statement because a "Sky-Father-God" is
equal to all of his creations.

c) "UTI ISUT HAMI BASIN" ("O'TI ISUT HAMI BASIN") meaning "He is equal
for all heads". In this Turkish expression Turkish personal pronoun
"O" for 3rd person singular replaces the words ATA and UTU in an all
omnipresent state. In this case it is a general statement in which
reference is made to the Sky-Father-God "O" who also created sun,
moon, earth and all the universe. In ancient Turanian symbols, God is
represented or portrayed with a circular disk having a dot in the
center. This is the symbol of Turkish "GÖZ" (EYE). It was an ancient
Turanian religious tradition to regard the SUN and the MOON as "EYES"
of the Sky-Father-God, (Gök-Ata-Tanri).

This Turkish expression, "UTI ISUT HAMI BASIN", explains the meaning
of "Latin Justice for all" attributed to the so-called "Latin"
expression "JUSTITIA OMNIBUS". As the reader will note, there is no
name "LATIN" in this expression. Hence it is not a very honest
translation of the expression. Yet the Turkish source expression
explains the concept perfectly. The Turkish expression used as source
for it is in the Eastern Anatolian and Azerbaycan dialect of Turkish.
In this Latin and/or Greek anagrammatizing, the Turkish words UTI
(UTU) meaning "Sun-God", ATA meaning "father", U'TI (O'tu, O'dur)
meaning "He is", ISUT (ESIT) meaning "equal", HAMI meaning "all",
"everyone", and "BAShIN meaning "of head" or "heads" were all
utilized to manufacture expression "JUSTITIA OMNIBUS".

This exact correspondence between the meaning of the Latin expression
"JUSTITIA OMNIBUS", and its source Turkish expression "UTI ISUT HAMI
BASIN" cannot be due to coincidences unless someone(s) were busy
restructuring Turkic source phrases into Latin words or expressions.

While we are talking about justice and laws, I want to note one more
thing which is related to the term "KANUN" meaning "law", The Greek
word "NOMOKANWN" means "canon law" [95]. This Greek word can be
rearranged into two words as: "NOMO + KANWN", Of course the bogus
letter W here is really covering up a U thus making it "NOMO-KANUN".
The meaning of "canon law" being attributed to this Greek word is not
a truthful definition because of the fact that the word "kanun" is a
Turkish word and it means "law". Thus the English transliteration
"canon law" of the supposed Greek word "NOMOKANWN" is not convincing
because when we replace "canon" with "law", we get the expression 'law
law" which is a repetition. In actuality, the Greek word "NOMOKANWN",
when rearranged as "NOMO-KANWN", is an anagram of the Turkish
expression "NAMU KANUN" meaning "Its name is "law'". Here Turkish word
"NAMU" means "its name" and "KANUN" means "law". This gives the
correct etymology of the word and it is from Turkish. It should also
be noted that the English word "NAME" is a distortion of Turkish
expression "NAMI' meaning "its name". In this case, the Turkish suffix
-I for accusative case is added to the root word "NAM", thus making it
"NAMI' and this composit word has been called English "NAME". Thus
this Greek word "NOMOKANWN" is not "Greek" at all but rather has been
usurped from Turkish.

In conclusion, we have shown that the name JUSTINIANUS and all other
related words as discussed above are Turkish in origin and have come
to the present times by way of so-called Greek and Latin languages
which have been manufactured from ancient Turkish by restructuring and
disguising Turkish words and phrases. As a result of this deceptive
activity, the whole world has been conned to the nth degree by some
cabalist cult members.


[80] Philip Sherrard and The Editors of TIME-LIFE BOOKS, "BYZANTIUM",
TIME Incorporated, New York, 1966, p. 56.
[81] Philip Sherrard and The Editors of TIME-LIFE BOOKS, "BYZANTIUM",
TIME Incorporated, New York, 1966, p. 56.
[82] Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1963, Vol. 20, p. 314.
[83] "The Encyclopaedia of Ancient Civilizations" edited by Arthur
Cotterell, Macmillan Publishers, 1980, p. 129.
[84] Philip Sherrard and The Editors of TIME-LIFE BOOKS, "BYZANTIUM",
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Polat Kaya

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