## Chronos

The word Chronos {^povog), (time, season) , is rather interesting as co its origin. Mind you, we art! already used to by this time, that Greek is not any more to us a language,, that wis supposed to have been spoken or written by Hesiod, some three thousand years before Christ, but we look at it now as if it was a modern language. We delve inro some of its words to find their origin!

Chro (xgo) is simply grow, n is the connecting letter and os is our usual ox. Grow means going up in the market, but the ox doesn't see when it, the growth, is over and comes down again . . . He expects things to grow into Heaven! To be sure, that no error creeps in here, the matter touched now is important, and worth considering, especially for chart readers, who keep charts 00 individual stocks or on wheat, by plotting the daily price fluctuations, thereby producing a pattern or picture of theit actions.

The syllable "os", covert one full paraboiic curve or outline of the trend, the way the head of an ox is formed. "This means the curve goes first up, then stands still for 3 moment and declines again in about the same proportion.

The "Chro" (grow), however, covers only the upward leading part of the curve. Therefore, in this case, the ancients did neither use the "filling letters'' pi nor kappa as connecting links, whose purpose in the word-separation is to "weaken" the curve as is the case by the insertion of the pi. In order to strengthen the curve, we would insert the letter kappa as a connecting link. But, in this case they used the filling letter nu (v) , which means: The first half of this word contains an upward-leading arc, thdn an entire parabolic curve is used once more. Therefore, we obtain here one and one half parabolic curves.

Speaking about the meaning of the word Greek itself, we take our Greek Table {we arc anticipating now somewhat) and find: Gamma is used as k; rho is used as n; epsilon, double is used as o wich two dots over the o and for k we use t. We set the letters togecher and obtain: knot, the Gordian knot. We also may leave the kappa as is and obtain the word: knack, which means: crack the nut. It was a hard nut, a good nut, which is very hard to crack, bet your life! ... But the hardesc iron or steel gets soft, if heared (worked on) long enough.

Thousands and thousands of similar "Laucverschiebungen" (changes of letters) could be demonstrated. After a while one gets to read the Greek words without their coat or mantle. Instead of reading them in the Greek meaning he translates tight into the language that was meant by the inventors.

The purpose was simply to hide certain things front the masses, especially from die scribes, book astrologers, of that time. There you have a language which the learned world everywhere, especially the ones which go in foe philosophy, endeavor to learn and to master. But, what do they master "of" the language? Nothing, but the words and their supposed meaning, but nothing of their real meaning! They never will, because they ate unable to get above the stage of the Tetrapodos, while the Tessares will remain unknown co them.

There ate New Testaments available written in English with the Gieek translations underneath. Try to get one of them and do some solid work comparing the illustrations 30 and 31 with the same part in the said Greek Bible. Patience to allow for penetration is most essential.