The Application of the Word

-"Sound-in-Form" volume 2-

by Gerald-Johan Vanoise



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/8/2023

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.25x11
Page Count : 368
ISBN : 9781698715445
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 368
ISBN : 9781698715452

About the Book

In the second part of Sound-In-Form I apply the knowledge of and insight gained from the theory covered in the first part to the interpretation of a number of scripts. I also examine past theories that went in search of the origins of the scripts as well as focussing on the common meanings of vowels and consonants and the outcomes in localised applications. Where some Elements dominate, a different order results. I introduce the underlying context for Arabic (FIRE), Baybayin (WATER), Hebrew (AIR) and the Adamic written language (EARTH). I also make the link between proto-scripts and interpret the phonemes of Egyptian hieroglyphs and arrange them using the cubit – in 28 parts. I compare the lunar calendar (in 28 parts) to the Arabic, Chinese and Ancient Egyptian outlooks using the associated phonemes as well as shifting perceptions. The Berber and Brahmi writing systems are also covered. For the element of METAL, I have analysed the ancient Japanese Woshite script. I also interpret the Korean Hangul language’s balance between the Elements, and finally I seek out the evidence of the phoneme-meanings in interpretations of spectrograms. An additional study is “THE SENSE OF THE WORD”, which interprets the underlying structure and Confucian order of the Chinese and Japanese writings systems, once again with the aid of the theoretical structure that can be used to understand phoneme-meanings.

About the Author

My educational background actually involves a master’s degree in graphic arts and education. Circumstances dictated that I was never able to complete an additional degree in physics and mathematics, and this theoretical structure would have been further bolstered by a more mathematically-derived foundation and it could also result in a programming language, but that chapter will have to wait for a future collaborator. The outcome will in any event also be able to mathematically demonstrate how combinations of letters and sounds in words can achieve an equivalence of formations that, just like fractals, would not only be able to depict simple things such as a branch, a tree and a leaf, as is presently the case, but could also be used to convert literally everything that can be named. The principal focus of this book is on the method for gradually learning this system. Using context-association and a range of approaches, one can further bolster one’s feeling of synaesthesia and build it up to become a rational skill.