My new innovation comes from a tentative decision on my part to place the root of the Greek words I intend to use at the front. This means we use no prefixes. These instead follow the root, and sometimes come with more than one affix. For instance, we could combine the root “trepo” (“I turn”) with the prefix for “good” or “well,” (“eu” in Greek, like “euphemism”), and then add “polu” (much or many written in English as Poly-). This would render the word “Trepeupoluo.” The “o” ending indicates “I” or me, as the one performing the action — the first person, singular — the grammarians are pleased to call the “I.” I have simply moved this to the end of the word, where it was with trepo.
This word “trepupoluo” — then means “I recover exceedingly well.” This enables one simple word to construct an entire complex sentence. This increases what I call “flourish,” the ability to say much — convey much semantic content — in few words. The order of the affix should indicate the order of importance, with the most importance affix coming last.
The same is true with the sentence. The most important word (emphasized more greatly) comes at the very end of the sentence — save the best until the last since this is the nature of progress, and interestingly, it is best suited to learning to speed read — an eventual goal for the hyperintelligent person. Recall that this is what my blog aims to yield for the Deist and free-market communities — hyperintelligent (HI) people.
That is the purpose of the new Greek tongue, the language to be more sculpted and formed by the light of nature than any other in history.
Each of these affixes must follow a prefab list from our ten letters, where the affixes (like “eu”) function to indicate different topics. The two most important topics for inclusion in our syllabary (library of syllables, as it were) are:
- Wisdom and understanding.
- Transcendental Greek — a subset of our language — within the new Greek tongue, indicating the use of technical terminology borrowed much from university textbooks of today. Here, we create a reversion text vocabulary indicating prelogical and logical considerations — like “qualities, quantities, modalities and relations.”
Another innovation I intend to incorporate in this new language enables the use of something like an augment that functions with its counterpart to indicate “tag pairs,” as programmers do with the SGML. The HTML used to make the internet possible is an SGML, where ML is “mark-up language.” These have paired markers, that can be used to indicate a start and stop point for a specific routine or function — where you tell the browser (other guys glasses he uses to read your site) — at this point, start doing THIS. Okay, when you reach the next five lines end, STOP doing that.
What is the upshot here? Tag pairs — 2 symbols that match each other — can be used in the new Greek to create SYMMETRY. The principle of symmetry (reflexivity) is of the light of nature and remains very important to the Deist community’s understanding of well-conveyed language.
Since wisdom is primary to us, I propose that we use the “A” as the first letter for wisdom affix. My tentative list goes like this — if it begins with THIS (left side), it indicates THAT (right side below):
- AE WISDOM
- AO Understanding (Good grasp of wisdom’s rules)
- AU DISCERNMENT (Ability to split fine hairs skillfully)
- AK DISCRETION (knowing and heeding proper limits)
- AL PRUDENCE (Very practical understanding)
I will try to fill these categories in more extensively later. These are tentative and subject to change.
Here are a few others:
- EL Mercy
- EU Charity or Blessing
- EA Tender or Compassion (-ate)
When it comes to our transcendental Greek, we will have these special affixes also for logic and math, and perhaps even “set theory” kinds of features. This is as far as I have gotten.