Beginning to the Li(gh)te

Forget the í of

And cons/c/ider just the Camel.

reservoir avec Well-Ho(u)nd(ed) Companion. [snarrrrl]…


< c > was still. Used,

as in cir(í)ce, wrecc(e)a.

cniht ( knight < ni(gh)te > )

was subsequently changed to

kniht,

adapted, possibly, from a/n (Æ)Egytian hieroglyph signifying

A Staff in the Sky.


3rd Century BC, a modified character was introduced for /g/, and ‘c’ was

Returned

For /k/


Parsigal > Pargical

Becomes

Parcigal.

Ala

Open secret x


The use of ‘c’ ( and its variant G (Kn<N>) replaced most usages of < k > and < g >

Overtime.

Hence, in the Classical period and after ‘G’ was treated as the equivalent of Greek

Gamma and <c> as the equivalent of Kappa.


This shows the n(r)ominazation of Greek words as in

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One thought on “Beginning to the Li(gh)te”

  1. C is for cookie, it’s just a thing to eat. When I partake of the eucharist, it is the nutritional contents that nourish and fill me. K is a vessel of force, it is not passive like in form. The verb, the action, the sound you hear when the 2 sides collide and combine as a catalyst for life.
    Mythological distinctions, you speak of a king.. I once was following that particular line when I was trying to find the intersection between the mortal and divine.

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