The root-system and language presented in the world of colours
And now, let’s speak about this Universe having just light as ingredients. We see exclusively four colors, by our condition: yellow, orange, blue, violet. This is the world, nothing more. To be able to speak about, to tell our perceptions with it, our feelings, we have to name, determine by using on-one word the four elements:
Yellow has to become ME
Orange has to become HA
Blue has to become KE
Violet has to become PI.
After these – and for us the Universe itself – is built from these four elements:
Let’s put down the basic rules for the game:
a) Put the sound ‘r’ after a word if wee want to express a process (a proceeding). Then we can express ME, HA, KE, PI and additionally MER, HAR, KER, PIR.
b) We have to decide, to double the ‘r’ at the word-end by calling a condition ‘activity’: MI, HA, KE, PI – MER, HAR, KER, PIR – MERR, HARR, KERR, PIRR.
c) We double the word to express more emphasis: MEME, HAHA, KEKE, PIPI. But it multiplies as well. MERMER, HARHAR, KERKER, PIRPIR. Many many bugs
d) Will we mix colors orange and blue, then we say MEKE and will put the more dominant color to the front. Having much more orange, then blue we will say MEMEKE.
e) Is the movement longer lasting, then we mark it by an ‘s’ after the word: KES, HAS, PIS, MES.
f) We make a consent that front-vowels should point to a closer location, younger age and back-vowels should stand for far away location, higher age. (Think about the Doppler-Effect in all possible variations)
g) The ‘r’ is a very unsure sound; it regularly changes with sound ‘l’. We accept it. This way KER may become KERR, KEL, KERL, KELL, KöR, KÖRR, KÖL, KÖRL. PIR as well PIL, PIRL, POR, PORR, POL, PORL, POLL.
h) We accept the use of vowels to ease the pronunciation in case of consonant clusters. We will receive the following forms: KÖRöR, KÖRöL, KERül, KARol, PORoR, MERÜL
Do we use the ‘s’ rule: KÖRÖLÉS, MERÜLÉS, POROLÁS, KÖRÖS, KERES,
We don’t continue the exercise. “Our Universe” contained just four colors, but many our readers begun to recognize already out of the few extensions made from the names of these colors that the root-system and ‘language’ we started to build, quite similar to Hungarian is. Even then, when many of the used expressions meant quite different things as wee know it today. Some could oppose and say ‘It is a very simple model many things pass into’.
It sounds logically, but not enough for a counter-argument. Some words are known, we selected the words per chance and this may be the reason for knowing them. Everybody knowing our language can tell that, starting at our basic words, we always receive a bunch of known words. The number of false goals could any time lessened by introducing more, basic roots – if we extend them by the above rules. I checked for related words in the Tibetan vocabulary and did not find any.
The word-building rules we used in the exercise are those of the Hungarian language. Using these rules, we automatically will soon arrive at our language, mo matter where we started. But, changing the doubling rule at the root’s end and write ‘k’ instead of, would cause a change as we created a dialect of the same language.
The introduced rules (and many more) are basic and general in our language, as like we have to take them being valid from the first day on.
We have to accept that no arguments or contra-arguments can really win on this by idea created level. In Old Greece, they called the gods for help in this case. We won’t need that.
Until now, we didn’t use the most important help, the cohesive power however, all the exercises having built up on lights, could only work with internal, organic cohesive power. With it will work everything well and without this organic, cohesive power will work nothing.
What is the inside, cohesive power in the world of colors? It does not matter to how many parts we split the light, the received colors one by one still expand to the whole world of colors and remain characteristic for the whole world of colors. At the same time, every color is coming from the wholeness of the colors, from the invisible, but for some reason called white color.
Our exercise demonstrated to include a very important condition that introducing new colors, further refining the system: the naming of new colors is possible without loosing the meaning of the old one’s.
The increasing of the number of colors can only mean a refining of the system.