Nobody, Nothing No One Part 1

Todays logos is all about nobody, nothing and no-one. What do the three words mean to you now before you read this treatise? Nobody, Nothing, No-one? We could also add nowhere which I see as a question more than an answer.

To start we will need to look at the meaning behind those three words. But before we do, there is something that needs to be said. “There is no such thing as nothing, because once nothing is thought, nothing becomes something, a nothing, which is something“. – Mayet

Yes its one of those eternal chicken/egg statements. A point of reference. So lets break those words down to their truth in logos.

Nobody

Cambridge defines nobody as no person, not anyone.

Mayet and Logos defines Nobody primarily as

1, No Body

that is the main definition of nobody NO BODY. That which is without body. Formless

In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Now the earth was formless and empty, darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was hovering over the waters.

formless and empty = no body

 

conclusion 1

in essence, nobody is the primeordial puddle, that which contains all to come, possibility, potential.

we can further break the word down

1

Hebrew N Nun

Nun is believed to be derived from an Egyptian hieroglyph of a snake (the Hebrew word for snake, nachash begins with a Nun and snake in Aramaic is nun) or eel. Some have hypothesized a hieroglyph of fish in water as its origin (in Arabic, nūn means large fish or whale). The Phoenician letter was named nūn “fish”, but the glyph has been suggested to descend from a hypothetical Proto-Canaanite naḥš “snake”, based on the name in Ethiopic, ultimately from a hieroglyph representing a snake,

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So now we have a new thought when we combine that statement with the Egyptian Logos

In the beginning Ra emerged from the waters of nun – egyptian creation

A question develops at this point. would this mean that the waters of the earth was in fact a serpent/worm/eel?

It actually makes sense because we do know we evolved out of the primordial puddle into a one celled organism prokaryote, worm (serpent) that further developed into a fish and then into an amphibian and eventually humans.

and if we look back look above at the hebrew of the letter N we see that making more sense

descend from a hypothetical Proto-Canaanite naḥš “snake”,

protocaryote protocaanite = same same.

we have also been given a lot more clues about which came first we have just shown that scorpio = nun is the primeordial mother who came first and who contains the father and son (three states of transmutation, the only sign with the ability to transmutate, from the grey lizard, to the scorpion and to the eagle.

We see the fish came second so where does that leave cancer obvious choice is 3rd but obvious troglodyte is not always obvious.

If scorpio is the mother, would that make pisces the father and cancer the son… now we might be getting somewhere

N is a negative no

further fascinating reference to N

https://www.hebrew4christians.com/Glossary/Hebrew_Glossary_-_N/hebrew_glossary_-_n.html

2, O

O : Semitic letter Ayin, from which the following symbols originally derive

 

thank you to Darren R Kelley

Personally I agree with the O= ayin makes sense fits well.

 

So far from the word nobody we have learned something about our creation, we have learned O is an eye, N is a serpent, we have learned that a fool has two eyes open, we have learned the letter N is a negative that contains the father and son potential we have learned that O can Be Ayin or Vau, Both are positive energies with the V having a double energy. we have learned that we evolved from the primeordial worm, If we break nobody down we get clues to our very existence but most of all we have learned that all words are logos and all words contain the truth.

Something to ponder on over dinner

Part 2 Body coming soon.

 

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