About some "ANTHROPOS" related words





In this essay I will show the real origin of these "Greek – English" words that have been used as a source to many words and nouns claimed to be "Indo-European" which they are not.  These words represent complex theological and linguistic concepts that were formulated in Turkish long before these new words were manufactured. These new words are so well disguised from their original source texts that the "linguists" do not even have a clue about their nature.  Probably most anthropologists is in total darkness regarding the makeup of these "Indo-European" words although they use them as names for their profession. 

Lional Casson and The Editors of TIME-LIFE Books, in their book entitled "Ancient Egypt" write the following:   [1]

"Besides animals, the Egyptians were in awe of manifestations of nature.  Among their manifold objects of worship, one had eminent qualifications for reverence - the sun. Probably the Egyptians perceived that life was dependent upon the sun, and they worshipped it by various names in various cults.  One of these names was RE.  The center of the cult of Re was at Heliopolis (name given the town by the Greeks and meaning "City of the Sun").  Re was among the first of the gods to achieve nation wide recognition, and throughout Egyptian history he remained one of the most important deities in the land".

First of all, the name "EGYPT" is a misnomer.  It is an intentional replacement of the original Turanian (Turkic) name "MASAR" (MISIR).  This is an intentional obliteration of the name of this most ancient and long-lived Turanian civilization. The name "Egypt" not only obliterates the ancient Turanian state name of MASAR, it also falsely assigns this ancient Turanian civilization to the wanderers (gezginciler) of the Middle East. The name "Egypt" is from the word "gypsy".  [2] This is a major historical deception.  Ancient Masarians (Misirlilar) were not "gypsies". 

Secondly, to think that "life does not depend on the SUN" is a fallacy or sophistication. Particularly, saying that: 
"Probably the Egyptians perceived that life was dependent upon the sun" puts a question on their  ability to grasp such matters.  In a way it is a belittlement of their intelligence and knowledge about the sun, earth, moon and the universe. Taking such an erroneous point of view of ancient Turanian peoples’ life philosophy is an underestimation of them and overestimation of modern man. The ancient Masarians were absolutely right in "regarding life as dependent upon the sun". There can be no life on earth without the presence of the sun.  That is a fact and it is indisputable.

The writers of the same book also write the following:

"The worship of animals and nature is common to early societies, when man is dominated by the world around him and exists at his mercy.  As he grows in sophistication, as he learns to come to grips with nature, as his awe of its mysteries diminishes and his appreciation of his own talents awakens, then his gods undergo a transition from zoomorphic to anthropomorphic concepts.  So it was with the Egyptians.  Sometime before the rise of the First Dynasty, anthropomorphism, the conception of gods in human form, made its appearance in Egyptian religion."  [3]

Ancients did not worship animals.  Hoewever, due to the names given to some animals they were used as symbolic logoes of sky-God.  That is why Sky-God had many names. Furthermore the meaning of this ancient Masarian (MISIR) belief is that the ancient Turanians believed that "God" made man in his own image. Or, and more probably, the human creative mind imagined the concept of God in man’s form and therefore attributed human characteristics to God. Therefore "God" and "Man" were parallel religious concepts. God was creator. So was man. This ‘likening’ (metaphor) is presently embedded in the so-called "Greek-English" word "anthropomorphism" which is said to be originally from the Greek language.  We will explore the falseness of this claim in this essay. 

The term "anthropomorphism" is defined as: 
"The ascription of human attributes, feelings, conduct, or characteristics to God or any spiritual being, or the powers of nature, etc. "   [4]

In English, the term "anthropo-" is defined as 
"combining form MAN; HUMAN: anthropometry. Also before vowels, "anthrop-" as in "anthropoid".  [from Greek "anthropos" man.]   [5]

Again this definition makes the concepts of God and man parallel.
In order to understand this concept let us examine some words in Greek related to this concept. 


The Greek word ANTHRWPINOS has the meaning of 
"human, man; humane".   [6]

In this Greek word ANTHRWPINOS, the letter W is a bogus one having more than one identity: it stands for letters U, V, Y which are replacements for each other in anagrammatizing the Turkish source texts, and UU, VV, YY and any two-letter combinations of U, V and Y and sometimes it even stands for the letter O.  In the case of this word, W has the value of "UY", thus making the Greek word in Latin characters as ANTHRUYPINOS. Similarly the Greek letter "H" (eta) is also a bogus one. Sometimes it is an "H" and other times it is an "I" or even an "E".  Its uppercase symbol is "H" but its lowercase symbol resembles more the letter "n" than an "h" and has the phonetic value of "I".   [7]  

When this Greek word ANTHRUYPINOS is rearranged letter-by-letter as "INSANTUR-O-PHY" and read phonetically as in Turkish, we find that it is the Turkish expression "INSANTUR O BEY" (O BEY INSANTUR) meaning "that lord is man". This startling correspondence in Turkish verifies the given meaning "human" or "man" attributed to this word in Greek. Evidently its meaning comes from the Turkish source text that was used to manufacture this Greek word. In this restructuring of the Turkish phrase, the Turkish word INSAN means "man", TUR suffix means "it is", O means "that" andPEY/BEY means "lord".  This establishes the "human" or "man" aspect of the word.

This "Greek" word has another Turkish concept embedded in it. When the Greek word ANTHRWPINOS (or ANTHRUUPINOS) is rearranged letter-by-letter as "PIN-TANRU-OHUS" and read phonetically as in Turkish, we have the Turkish expression "BEN TANRU OHUZ" (BEN TANRU OGUZ) meaning "I am the God OGUZ".  This is again very surprising since this Greek word when deciphered in this form describes the Sky-God OGUZ of the ancient Turanians.  

Thus this skillfully formulated Greek word in fact describes both God OGUZ and MAN - in Turkish.  This is exactly the same as the ancient Masarian (Egyptian) God’s name AMEN (AMUN) which is the restructured form of Turkish expression "O MEN" meaning "HE is ME" or "MEN O" meaning "I am HIM" thus making a parallelism between GOD and MAN in Turkish. This is similar to the parallelism embedded in the Turkish Sun God OGUZ, that is, "O-GÖZ" meaning "That Eye" referring to Sun and also to seeing "eye" (Turkish "GÖZ") and "AGUZ" meaning "man’s mouth" and "man’s language". The moon was also regarded another "eye", that is, "the left blind eye" of the Sky-God. The name of moon is "AY" in Turkish.  Hence the English word "EYE" is from Turkish "AY". 

All this in Turkish confirms the meaning of the word anthropomorphism provided above.


Additionally there is the Greek word ANTHRWPOS ("ANTHRUUPOS") meaning "man", which when rearranged (decrypted) letter by letter as:

a) "POSH-TANRU-U" ("PASH-TONRU-U") is the Turkish expression "BASH-TANRU U" meaning "He is the Head God" referring to the Sky-God (TANRU) as the "TOP GOD" (Tepe Tanru).

b) "PASHUNTUR-O" is the Turkish expression "BASHUNDUR O" meaning "it is your head" referring to the "human head".  

Thus the Greek word ANTHRWPOS means both "man’s head" and also the Sky-God "Tanru". The human head is the most elegant and complex processing machine. It gathers information from the external world and also about self, evaluates and stores them in its memory, re-processes and creates the most complex concepts and describes them in words in the most elegant way. With such attributions and abilities, the human head is most certainly a "godly" being and the first "computer".  

Evidently the ancient Turanians formulated all of these God and Man concepts and expressed them in Turkish. The Greeks took these ancient descriptions in Turkish, restructured them in a confused way and called the resulting words Greek. This is what took place in the so-called Greek culture and evidently they were very efficient and effective in creating this falsehood.  The rest of the world population, of course including the Turks themselves, were skillfully conned by this simple trick of altering (restructuring) the Turkish words and phrases to produce "Greek" words. 

Hence it has become clear that the English combining form "ANTHROPO" meaning "man" is also not Greek in origin but rather is from Turkish. This can be seen if we rearrange the word ANTHROPO as "TANRH-OPO" which is a restructured form of the Turkish expression "TANRI APA" (APA TANRI) meaning "God Father" or "Father God" which in one sense refers to the "Sky-Father-God" concept, and in the other, refers to the "god-ancestor father" as "man".  Ancient Turanians also regarded their ancestors as "godly" and therefore worshipped them.   Again we see the Turanian parallelism of God and man.


There is the Greek word ANTHRWPITOS that means 
"humankind, mankind, humanity".   [8]

This Greek word ANTHRWPITOS (from "ANTHRUUPITOS"), when rearranged (deciphered) letter-by-letter as:

a)  "TANRU-POSH-ITU" and read as in Turkish, it is the restructured and disguised form of the Turkish expression"TANRU BASH-ITU" meaning "God was the Head" thus referring to God being head of everything else, or "POSH-TANRU-ITU" from Turkish "BASH TANRU IDU" meaning "Head was god" or "Top God", thus again likening God and Man’s head to each other.

b) "TOPU-INSAHTUR" and read as in Turkish, it is the restructured and disguised form of the Turkish expression "TOPU INSANTUR" (HEPSI INSANDUR)  meaning "it is humankind", "It is mankind" and "it is humanity".  Again we have a hundred percent correspondence between the meaning attributed to the "Greek" word ANTHRWPITOS and the corresponding Turkish expressions that are embedded in its structure.  This again shows that the source of this Greek word is also Turkish contrary to all the disinformation that has been fed to the science world. Evidently some cabalistic groups have taken people for a wild goose chase without any regret. 


There is the Greek word ANTHRWPOMORPHOS meaning 
"resembling a man".    [9]

When we replace the bogus letter W with "YU" in this case, it becomes "ANTHRYUPOMORPHOS" and when this is rearranged (deciphered) letter-by-letter as:

a)  "PHR-OTOMO- PANSHYUR", and read as in Turkish, it is the restructured and disguised form of the Turkish expression"BIR ADAMA BENZIYOR" meaning "he resembles a man" which is exactly the same as the meaning attributed to this Greek word. Additionally, it is the Turkish expression "BIR ATAMA BENZIYOR" meaning "it resembles my ancestor".  All of these explains the so called "PRIMATES" such as "monkeys", a subgroup of "ANTRHOPOIDS". It is interesting to note that even the English word "PRIMATE" is a usurped and restructured Turkish word.  PRIMATE has been restructured from Turkish word "PIR ATAM" meaning "one ancestor" and "BIR ADAM" meaning "a man" or "a man-like creature".  

All of this should be an eye-opener for the "linguists" who so vehemently advocate the present "Indo-European" languages as original and very ancient languages. Evidently it is a world where much lying has taken place in the past and it is still going on!

b)  "MOR-POSHU-PHY-TANRU", and read as in Turkish, it is the restructured and disguised form of the Turkish expression "MOR BAShU BEY TANRU" meaning "his/her/its purple head is Lord God".  This again accentuates the importance of the "head", whether it is a human head or the head of other animals. Evidently the ancient Turkish speaking Turanians reagarded the "head" as "God-like". "Head", being the controllor of the body in all living beings and its reaction in the external world, is indeed the most important part of any living being.  Whithout the "head", there is no more life. 


The word ANTHRWPOLOGIA meaning 
"anthropology" is defined as "science of man."  [10]  The source of the term is not Greek as claimed, but rather is from a Turkish expression that the Greek word "ANTHRWPOS" is manufactured from. 

ANTHRWPOLOGIA, with W=UY, and H=I, when rearranged as "TANRU-PAYI-OGULO", is from Turkish expression"TANRI BEYI OKULU" meaning "the school of God’s lord", i.e., the school of Man, or, anthropology; or "BEY TANRI OKULU" meaning "School of Lord God" which is the "theological school". 

Alternatively, is from Turkish expression "TANRI BEYI AKULU" meaning "the mind of God’s lord", i.e., referring to the the mind and wisdom of man; or "BEY TANRU AKULU" meaning "the wisdom of Lord the God". 

All of this refer to "theology" and "wisdom" which are nothing but the "wisdom, knowledge and creations of man". 

The branch of science called "Anthropology" deals with "man" and his "beliefs" and  "creations". 


Now let us examine the very complex looking Greek-English word ANTHROPOMORPHISM (Greek "ANTHRWPOMORPHISMOS"). The English term anthropomorphism is defined as: "The ascription of human attributes, feelings, conduct, or characteristics to God or any spiritual being, or the powers of nature, etc."  as noted above.

a) ANTHROPOMORPHISM, when rearranged as "ISMHM-TANRO-HR-POPO", where H=I, is the restructured and disguised form of the Turkish expression "ISMIM TANRU ER PAPA" (ISMIM TANRI ER BABA) meaning "My name is Sky-Father-God Man". In this case the Turkish expression refers to the Sky-Father-God as a "man" where Turkish ER means "man".  It can also be read as "ISMIM TANRU BABA RE" meaning "My name is the Father God RE/RA" which refers to the Sun-God RE/RA of the ancient Turanian peoples in ancient MASAR (MISIR).  Note:  When we are told that the ancient Masarian (Egyptians) was called RE or RA, it is not clear whether it was RE/RA  or  ER – as in Turkish.  After all, RE and ER are the opposite of each other.  Having said that, our SUN, being regarded as the ‘right working eye’ of the Sky-Father-God by the ancient Turanians, fits the definition of ANTHROPOMORPHISM exactly.

b) Alternatively, when the name ANTHROPOMORPHISM is rearranged as "PHR-OTOMO-PANSHRIM", where H=I or E and read phonetically as in Turkish, it is a restructured and disguised form of the Turkish expression "BIR ADAMA BENZERIM" meaning "I resemble a man".  This is exactly the meaning of this so-called "Greek-English" terminology which has been usurped from Turkish.

In the first decipherment of the word ANTHROPOMORPHISM, it says that "I am Sky God" and in the second decipherment it says that "I resemble man". Thus two Turkish expressions together clearly defines the concept of attributing human form and qualities to Sky-God (Gök-Tanri).  Evidently some Greek and English linguist-priest-anagrammatizers used these Turkish expressions in manufacturing the term ANTHROPOMORPHISM to mean
"representation or conception of God, or of a god, with human attributes.; also, ascription of human characteristics to things not human". [11]

Additional decipherments of the term ANTHROPOMORPHISM provide other Turkish expressions that define the sun as man (ER). That is why the Sun God is said to be known by the name RE or RA. 

There are more Turkish expressions embedded in this so-called Greek-English term that explain a whole set of philosophies regarding God and Man concepts.  For example: 

c)  When the name "ANTHROPOMORPHISM" is restructured letter-by-letter as "TANRO-PHPH-ISMO-MOR" and read as in Turkish, we find that it is constructed from a Turkish expression: "TANRU PAPA ISMU MOR" (MOR TANRI BABA ISMI) meaning "God-Father whose name is ‘MOR’ (purple)" which refers to sun and its purple colour at sunrise and sunset.  Of course the Sun-God had another name in Turkish culture which was "AL" meaning "red".  The ancient nameBAAL meaning "GOD" comes from this Turkish word "AL" and the word "APA" (ABA) meaning "father". 

For example the ancient North African State named MAURITANIA, the country of BERBERS, that is, the TUAREGS,  (< "TURG-AUS" (TURK AGUZ)) used this Turkish word MOR in the title of their country.  Later on they together with other Turkic peoples, that is, the SARACENS (SARICANLAR) and SELJUK Turks founded the so-called MOORES Empire in Spain which lasted 700 some years before it was destroyed by the Christian Europeans.

The MOR (purple) color was also the national color of the Phoenicians who were also Turkic speaking Turanians who had no ethnic relation with the Semites other than being neighbours, contrary to the false claims that they were Semites.  

The name MAURITANIA, when reararranged as "MUR-ATA-IN-AI", is from Turkish expression "MOR ATA-HAN ÖYÜ" meaning "The House of Purple-Lord Father". 

The Turkish word MOR meaning "purple", describing one visual aspects of the SUN must have been changed to the supposedly Semitic word "MAR" or "AMAR" used in manufacturing the name MARDUK that replaced the Turkish-Sumerian name TUR.

d)  When the word ANTHROPOMORPHISM, is decrypted in an alternative form as "OPO-TANRH-MOR-PSHIM" it is the Turkish expression "APA TANRI MOR BASHIM" meaning "father-god is my purple head" stating that "man’s head is the creator god". Again this Turkish expression together with the previous one "TANRU-PAPA ISMU MOR"make "GOD" and "MAN’S HEAD" parallel concepts.  Evidently the ancient Turanians knew all about this religious concept of God and the human characteristics of Man and his head well enough to be able to state these complex notions with clear-cut single-line expressions in Turkish. These notions have been at the root of the most ancient Turanian religion so-called the "Paganism". 

In my writings regarding the name "BILGAMESH" we discoverd and related that this same ancient concept was also prominently expressed in the Epic of BILGAMESH (GILGAMES) during the Sumerian times.  


With all these revelations, it cannot be acceptable anymore to portray "ANTHROPOLOGY" and all of its related words as Greek or Indo-European cultural achievements when it is evident that they used the Turkish language as the source data base for all of their word generations.  It is likely that modern anthropological theories, for example, such as that by Darwin, are very much based on the ancient understandings of "man" and other "primates" by the Turanians - rather than being new and novel. 

When things are intentionally confused to everyone else except the confuser, the confuser holds a huge advantage over the others hence he/she is always advantageously in the forefront while the others struggle to understand the confusion.  It is no wonder GENESIS 11:6-7 says: 
"After that Jehovah said: "look! They are one people and there is one language for them all, and this is what they start to do. Why, now there is nothing that they may have in mind to do that will be understandable for them.   Come now! Let us go down and there confuse their language that they may not listen to one another’s language."  And that, evidently, the Jehovah’s followers have done to the ancient Turkish language in a very effective way!

All of these indicate that it was the Turkish language, Turkish Sky-God religion and ancient Turanian civilization that gave all of these concepts to the world. The so-called "Greek" language, by restructuring and disguising these Turkish expressions in actuality preserved the ancient Turanian civilization in an "encrypted" form.


[1]    Lional Casson and The Editors of TIME-LIFE Books, "Ancient 
        Egypt", Time Incorporated, New York, 1965, p. 72.
[2]    Encyclopaedia Britannica World Language Dictionary, 1963, p. 404.
[3]    Lional Casson and The Editors of TIME-LIFE Books, "Ancient 
        Egypt", Time Incorporated, New York, 1965, p. 72.
[4]    Ancyclopaedia Britannica World Language Dictionary, 1963, p. 63.
[5]    Ancyclopaedia Britannica World Language Dictionary, 1963, p. 63.
[6]    Divry’s Modern English – Greek and Greek – English dictionary, 
         D. C. Divry, Inc., Publishers, New York, 1988, p. 419.
[7]    Divry’s Modern English – Greek and Greek – English dictionary, 
        D. C. Divry, Inc., Publishers, New York, 1988, p. 10.
[8]    Divry’s Modern English – Greek and Greek – English dictionary, 
        D. C. Divry, Inc., Publishers, New York, 1988, p. 419.
[9]    Divry’s Modern English – Greek and Greek – English dictionary,
        D. C. Divry, Inc., Publishers, New York, 1988, p. 419.
[10]    Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary, Fifth edition, 1947, p. 46.
[11]    Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary, Fifth edition, 1947, p. 46.

Best wishes to all,

Polat Kaya