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Since many of the inscriptions written together as a word coordinate the single letter
glyphs as the compliment of a letter group glyph, I was able to evaluate the sense of
a complex glyph by assembling the sense involved in each simple glyph. The glyph
designating the sense of: 'the natural sun,' is written: , but the word for: 'the sun,' is
written:
, with (in this instance) the compliment: + [(e)r + a(h)], pre-
ceding the designating glyph: , [ra]. As the sense of: [(e)r], is: motion, and the sense of: [a(h)], is: activity, the complimentary sense of: , is: motion activity.
This sense of: "ra," makes sense as: , is always 'actively in motion' across the sky;
and all may sense light energy from the Sun as the motion activity of Ra's radiance.
But, unlike the Indo-European study of a letter group, this dimensional evaluation
of the Egyptian: "ra," is at the level of the single letter sound: [(e)r + a(h)]. Evaluating
each dimension of the Indo-European based word written: "ray" [r + A(E) (+ y)], re-
sults in the sense of: 'motion origin(outwardly) [throughout duality],' showing that
the sense the scholars found in the letter groups of the Indo-European roots may be
assembled from the sense which the scholars found in the single letter hieroglyphs.
Now, having learned that the single letter glyphs may be applied to the purpose of
modeling the sense of a letter group glyph and, having noticed that the Egyptian
hieroglyph patterns which have a similar pronounciation to an Indo-European root,
tend to convey a sense which is similar as well, I began to evaluate each letter group
considered to be a root letter pattern of the Indo-European languages in accordance
with the sense designated by the Egyptian single letter glyphs. As a novice in ety-
mological research, I was unaware of the fact that the scholars considered the Indo-
European language and the Egyptian language to have developed independantly, but
my naivety allowed me to freely explore a simple associative pattern which coordin-

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