BrettNortje Posted January 21, 2015 Report Share Posted January 21, 2015 I have always thought behind every art, there is a science. this has been proven in religious churches everywhere, with the golden ratios. now, i have decided to complete this ideal that each letter has a defined meaning in our language, and, maybe in others? Let's start with the letter "i." if this letter is used a lot because it is a vowel, then there must be some hidden meaning behind it. i suggest that we think for a moment what the heck "i" means. it is used in a variety of words, including it, is and ice. so, lets work with those now? i suppose i means a sense of ownership, or a represented party. is is i plus s, and i have already found how s is a defining letter. so, is is something represented defined, yes? isn't that working so far with you? how about "it?" would that be using a represented thing added to by the letter t? i don't understand it yet, but we can come back to it, yes? Now, ice is also a represented thing, being defined. man do i have my work cut out for me. What do you guys think? is there a universal constant to letters in every language? i think there is! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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