About the Greek words "ISTORIOGRAPHIA", "ISTORIOGRAPHOS" and the Greek name "HRODOTUS"

Dear Friends, 

The following Greek words are of historical interest to us all:

The Greek term ISTORIOGRAPHIA means "history writing". [Divry's English - Greek and Greek - English dictionary, 1988, p. 537]. In the same source, it is also specifically indicated that the Greek letter G, standing for symbol "gamma" in the Greek alphabet, is pronounced as "Y" - as in the word "YES", [Divry's English - Greek and Greek - English dictionary, p. 10]. Thus this Greek letter "gamma" has two 'hats'.  In some cases, it wears a "G" hat  and in other cases, it wears a "Y" hat.  In other words, the Greek letter Gamma is a double identity letter.  I have shown over and over that Greek words are actually made up from Turkish words or expressions that are restructured and camouflaged, not only by altering the source text, but also by use of their multiple identitiy Greek letters to further disguise the stolen text.

1.  In view of this background information, when the word ISTORIOGRAPHIA is rearranged letter-by-letter as "PO-TARIHI-GASIOR" (where letter G is really a "Y"), and then read phonetically as in Turkish, we find the Turkish expression "PU TARIHI YAZIYOR" (BU TARIHI YAZIYOR) meaning "This is history writing". Thus, this Turkish expression "BU TARIHI YAZIYOR" (which is encrypted in the Greek word "ISTORIOGRAPHIA") has exact correspondence in meaning with the meaning of this so-called "authentic"  Greek word ISTORIOGRAPHIA.  Turkish word BU (PU) means "this", TARIH means "history", TARIHI means "the history" and YAZIYOR means "is writing". 

Inside the rearranged form "PO-TARIHI-GASIOR", we also find the Turkish word GAZIYOR (KAZIYOR) which is "writing on a hard surface with a chisel" or "chiseling out an iscription on a hard surface like a stone". History can be written on paper with a pen or hard surfaces with a chisel. Thus, we see that the source of the Greek word "ISTORIOGRAPHIA" is totally from Turkish. The expected probability of having this kind of correspondence in supposedly unrelated languages is effectively zero!  Thus, it is clear that some untruthful Greek "linguist" has criminally manipulated this Turkish expression "BU TARIHI YAZIYOR", meaning "this is history writing", in order to come up with this so-called "Greek" word "ISTORIOGRAPHIA" meaning "history writing".  

2.   Related to this "Greek" term is the Greek word "ISTORIOGRAPHOS" which is given as meaning "historian" [Divry's English - Greek and Greek - English dictionary, p. 141.] 

When we analyse this Greek word ISTORIOGRAPHOS by rearranging it letter-by-letter as  "POS-TARIH-GOSORI, we find that it is a restructured, disguised and Hellenized form of the Turkish expression "BASh TARIH YAZARI" meaning "head history writer" which is another way of saying "historian".  Turkish word BASh means "head", TARIH means "history", YAZAR  means "writer" and YAZARI means "the writer".  A "historian", irrespective of whether he is a "head' history writer or not, is still a "historian" and is someone who writes history.  With this analysis, again, we find that the Greek word "ISTORIOGRAPHOS" has the same meaning as the encrypted Turkish word  within it.  The expected probability of having this kind of exact correspondence in supposedly unrelated languages is nil. 

Additionally, if the word ISTORIOGRAPHOS is rearranged letter-by-letter as "POSH-TORA-GOSIRI", we find a form of the restructured and disguised Turkish expression "BASh TÖRE YAZARI" meaning "head tradition writer".  Thus we establish the likely missing link between the Turkish word  "TARIH" meaning "history" and the Turkish word TÖRE meaning "tradition, law, customs". 

It appears that the Greek linguists, after anagrammatizing these Turkish expressions into ISTORIOGRAPHIA  and ISTORIOGRAPHOS, further subdivided them into Greek "ISTORIA" meaning "history" and Greek "GRAPHI" meaning "writing" - deceptively giving the impression that the so-called Greek words "ISTORIA" and "GRAPHI" are the root words while the Greek "ISTORIOGRAPHIA" and "ISTORIOGRAPHOS" are the derived composite words. How clever and yet crooked! Of course there is no mention of Turkish anywhere as the source for all this.

3.  The English word "HISTORY" is said to be: " [from Latin "historia", from Greek "historia" meaning history, information, from "histor" meaning "knowing".] 1. A narrative of events; a tale; story.  2. A systematic written account of events." [Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, Fifth edition, 1947, p. 473]   

When English word "HISTORY" is rearranged as "TORIHSY",  we see the Turkish expression "TARIHSI" (TARIHCE) meaning "short history". In this anagram, Turkish word "TARIH" means "history" and suffix TARIHSI means "history-like", TARIHCE means "short history" and TARIHCI means "Historian".  So the source for this English word is also Turkish. 

4.  The Latin word HISTORIA meaning "history", when rearranged as "TARIH-OSI", we find that it is the restructured and Romanized form of the Turkish expression "TARIH ÖZI" (TARIH ÖZETI, TARIHCE) meaning "a short history", that is, "a resume of history".  Turkish word TARIH means "history", ÖZI (ÖZÜ) mens, "the escence, the short description, the resume". 

Related to this so-called "Latin" word "HISTORIA", there is the word HISTORICUS meaning "historical" and also "historian", [Cassell's Compact Latin-English and English-Latin Dictionary, 1962, p. 115].  

Similarly, when the Latin word HISTORICUS is rearranged (decrypted) letter-by-letter as "TORIHCI-SUS", we find that HISTORICUS is the restructured and Romanized form of the Turkish expression "TARIHCI SÖZ" meaning "historian word", that is, "a description of an event by an historian" which is "historical" in concept. In this so-called "Latin" word HISTORICUS, we find a description of the concept of "historical" in Turkish.  

Additionally we also find the Turkish word TARIHCI meanining "historian" encrypted in this "Latin" word.  Thus this Turkish concept is also encripted into the Latin word HISTORICUS which also means "historian". 

Thus we see that even these so-called Latin words have also used Turkish words in anagrammatized forms in manufacturing the words HISTORIA and HISTORICUS.  Hence the etymology given for them are not telling the truth by ignoring their Turkish source.  

Furthermore, when the "Greek" term ISTORIA meaning "history" is rearranged letter-by-letter as "TOR-IASI", we find the Turkish expression "TUR YAZI" meaning "TUR writings", that is, the writings of the Tur/Turk/Oguz peoples. This implies two things: 

a)  that "history" writing was a tradition of the ancient Turanian Tur/Turk/Oguz peoples; 

b)  that "writing" was an invention of the Tur/Turk/Oguz peoples contrary to the intentional confusion introduced into the Turkish language by the ancient wandering gypsies (çingene, gezegen, gezginci, arayan) wherever they were able to mix into the Turanian societies. Evidently this trick of confusing the one language that the world spoke in ancient times was done to all Turkic languages, such as, to the Turco-Sumerian language in ancient "Shinar land" (i.e., Sumeria); to the Turco-Lydian, -Phyrigian, -Trojan, -Thracian language in Anatolia and Trachia; to the Turco-Pelasgian language in presently so-called "ancient Greece"; to the Turco-Masarian language in ancient Masar lands - incorrectly called "Egypt" meaning "Gypsy land" which it certainly was not;  and to the Turco-Etruscans and Albanian language in Italia; Turko-Minoans in the Aegean Sea (from Tr. "AY-GÜN SU") islands.  These are just a few to name the ancient Turanian SUN, MOON and ONE SKY FATHER GOD believing peoples who developed amazing variety of cultures all over the world before they were usurped and destroyed by conspiring groups of wanderers. 

5.    All this brings us to the name of the famed ancient Greek historian HERODOTUS.  The Greek version of the name is given as HRODOTOS, [ Divry, p. 527].  He is also referred to as "The Father of History and also The father of Lies". 

We have the following informationabout Herodotus  from Wikipedia at url :  

Herodotus of Halicarnassus (Greek: ρόδοτος λικαρνσσεύς Hērodotos Halikarnāsseus) was a Dorian Greek historianwho lived in the 5th century BC (484 BC–ca. 425 BC) and is regarded as the "Father of History". He is almost exclusively known for writing The Histories, a collection of 'inquiries' (or 'στορίαι', a word which passed into Latin and took on its modern connotation of 'history') into the origins of the Greco-Persian Wars which occurred in 490 and 480-479 BCE — especially since he includes a narrative account of that period, which would otherwise be poorly documented, and many long digressions concerning the various places and peoples he encountered during wide-ranging travels around the lands of the Mediterranean and Black Sea.


Herodotus' invention has earned him the twin titles The Father of History and The Father of Lies [1]. As these epithets would seem to imply, there has long been a debate—at least from the time of Cicero's 'On the Laws' (Book 1, paragraph 5)—concerning the veracity of his tales, and, more importantly, concerning the extent to which he knew himself to be creating fabrications. Indeed, every manner of argument has surfaced on this subject, from a devious and consciously-fictionalizing Herodotus to a gullible Herodotus whose sources 'saw him coming a long way off'.[citation needed] Herodotus was, however, by his day's standards, reasonably accurate in his accounts, respectful of evidence, and a master of narrative.[citation needed] It is unfair, in other words, to condemn him for relating tales of giant man-eating ants, if such stories were told to him. Indeed, recent research focusing on Herodotus' report about "gold-digging, giant ants" has gone a long way towards rehabilitating Herodotus' reputation as a scientific historian - see the "Scrutiny of his works" section below. Like myths and legends in general, they need not have been true to have been meaningful stories."

With this background information about Herodotus we could reexamine his name and also the name of the place he came from.  When the name HRODOTOS is reverse enginereed letter-by-letter as "TOROHSDO", we find that it is an anagrammatized and Hellenized form of the Turkish expression "TARIHCIDU" (TARIHCIDI, TARIHCI IDI)) meaning "he was historian".  The encrypted Turkish expression "TARIHCIDI" hidden inside the name "HRODOTOS" actually describes his profession - and is not his name.  In other words, this so-called proper Greek name "HRODOTOS" is a bogus name which personified a fictional historian.  So there was no Greek history writer named "HRODOTOS", instead there must have been another person who was a historian.  So the ancient Greeks stole this person's idendity and made a bogus name out of his profession.  Thus, the "Greek historian HRODOTUS"  is a total fabrication and the whole world has been deceived by this ancient Greek trickery.

Is this not a curious coincidence? How can we find this exact Turkish correspondence regarding the profession of this ancient Greek "historian" named "HRODOTOS"? There is no way that I should be able to rearrange his name as given in the so-called "Greek" language and get the definition of his profession in Turkish unless somebody stole the Turkish expression defining his profession and restructured it into the bogus Greek name "HRODOTOS". Evidently here we are face to face with a manufactured name stolen into Greek from Turkish.  This finding implies that the name "Herodotus" was a fabricated name, and the so-called Greek historian  "Herodotus" was an "imposter".  Could it be that this so-called "DORIAN Greek  historian" was actually a Turkish speaking "TURIAN historian",  that is, a Tur/Turk/Oguz man who has been stolen and re-identified to the world as Greek? After all, the whole Greek language has been stolen from Turkish and the so-called "Greek" Ionians have been Hellenized from Turko-Pelasgian AYHANs.  Why could not Herodotus be the same? 

Let us also examine the "Greek" name HALIKARNESSEUS  which is supposed to be the ancient Greek name of the present day BODRUM in Turkey.  When the name HALIKARNESSEUS is rearranged letter-by-letter as "IALAN-KHR-SUSSE-E", where Greek letter H is also a form of the letter "I", we find the restructured, disguised and Hellenized Turkish expression "YALAN KIR SÖZI O" meaning "it is broken false word",  or "YALAN KUR SÜZI O" meaning "it is a made-up lie word"   This tells us that the name HALIKARNESSEUS is also a madeup bogus name just like the name HRODOTOS (IRODOTOS) is a made up bogus name. 

Turkish word "YALAN means "lie, falsehood, not true", 
YALANCI means "lier, false talker, not truthfull", 
KIR is the root of the verb "KIRMAK" meaning "to break", 
KUR is the root of the verb "KURMAK" meaning "to make up, to put together, to fabricate", 
SÖZ means "word, name", 
SÖZI means "the word" or "the name" and 
O means "he/she/it" or "it is". 

The historians and the linguists have some explaining to do in order to clear up these ancient concocted Greek names and words that I am bringing to the surface.  When it comes to ancient history and languages as they are presented to us, we have all been conned like little children by the ancient Arayan groups.  After all this scrutiny, the picture that is emerging once again puts all ancient Greek, Latin and Semitic names and languages under discredit.  They lied about everything.  It is no wonder that Herodotus has also been labeled as the "Father of Lies"!

Best wishes to all,

Polat Kaya

02/07 (July)/2007