Words under the lens: Greek Numeral names No.5 - Greek words related to number "three"

5.    Greek words related to umber "three":

Greek word TREIS (TRIA) means "three", and TRITOS means "third", [Divry's Modern English-Greek, Greek-English Dictionary, 1988, p. 762].

Turkish cardinal numeral for "three" is 
"ÜÇ" (ÜŞ) and for the ordinal numeral "third" is "ÜÇÜNCÜ" 

a)    Greek cardinal numeral name TREIS (TRIA), meaning "three", rearranged letter-by-letter as
 "ESTIR", is from Turkish expression  "ÜŞTIR"  (ÜÇTÜR) meaning "it is three". The Turkish suffix TIR/TÜR/TUR has been added to the cardinal numeral name "ÜÇ" (ÜŞ) to make it easy to disguise. The final letter S in the Greek word TREIS is a special form of letter S which can be used in the fabrication of Greek words from Turkish source texts to replace Turkish letters S, SH (Ş), Z, and CH (Ç).   This is what has taken place in this Greek numeral name TREIS 

b)    Although, the Greek word TRITOS means "third", when it is rearranged as "OSTIR-T", we find that, again, it is from Turkish word 
"ÜŞTIR"  (ÜÇTÜR) meaning "it is three". Hence, it uses the name of the Turkish cardinal numeral ÜÇ meaning "three" rather than ÜÇÜNCÜ meaning "third'. In order to understand the artificiality of the word TRITOS meaning "third", let us examine the Greek word TRISMAKARISTOS (TRISMAKARISTON) which means "thrice-blessed", [Divry's Modern English-Greek, Greek-English Dictionary, 1988, p. 710].  

c)    The second Greek word TRISMAKARISTON, rearranged letter-by-letter as
 "OSIMSI-KR-TANRAT", is from the Turkish expression  "ÜŞIMSI KeRe TANRITI"  (ÜÇÜNCÜ KERE TANRIDI) meaning "third time he is God" or "third time blessed as God". Thus, he is "thrice-blessed".  Note that even though we find the term "third" in Turkish ordinal numeral form ÜÇÜNCÜ in this Greek word, we do not find the Greek word TRITOS meaning "third" in one piece in it.  This shows that the term TRITOS is an artificially made up word and did not even exist before the meaning of the Turkish word ÜÇÜNCÜ was transferred to it.  Thus, we have shown that not only the source text for the Greek word TRITOS was Turkish, but also the source text for the much more complex looking word TRISMAKARISTOS (TRISMAKARISTON) was from Turkish!  Indeed, the linguists have a lot to explain regarding their knowledge about the make up of the Greek language!

Turkish word 
ÜÇ (ÜŞ) means "three", ÜÇTÜR means "it is three", ÜÇÜNCÜ means "third", KERE means "times", TANRI means "God".

d)    This "Greek" word TRISMAKARISTON made up from a Turkish expression has the Turkish word 
"TANRI" embedded in it. Hence, it is related to Turkish and the Turanian Tur/Turk/Oguz peoples.  In this context and in a second decipherment, when the Greek word TRISMAKARISTON is rearranged letter-by-letter as "SM-TORKISTAN-ARI" or "ISMI-TORKSTAN-AR" we find that it is the confused form of the Turkish expression  "iSMi TÜRKISTAN ERI" meaning "his name is 'man of Turkistan'".  This implies that he who was "thrice-blessed", was the ancient "man of Turkistan", that is, the "Tur/Turk/Oguz people".  This is a very important revelation about the civilization of the ancient Turanians indicating that they were very Godly, fair, tolerant and law abiding people.  The fact that the ancient Turanians conceived, developed and worshipped a theological system with a Sun God, Moon God and a Sky-Father God is testimony that they were "thrice blessed".

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