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  1. Hello, everybody. I was here several years ago. Have you remember me yet, a person that was not welcome more & more? Your server system still remember me. Time will soon be up. Have you enjoy your life long enough? I wish I'm a good omen in your eyes.
  2. I'm sorry if I posted this in the wrong forum. I didn't know where else to post, and I would really appreciate it if you could help me. ----------- I wish I can help you but I must know who you are in advance. Why did you preset yourself on "Andal" instead of s.one else such as "Radha"? I'm your sincerely dog. If you think I'm able to get along with you, just talk with me, otherwise don't waste your energy only under the driving of your will. Notice that I don't care about the contents of your dream at least now. It can't be attested.
  3. Believe it or not, Some so-called semigods are aliens. I have read a UFO report that sb. saw a stranger down from a vehicle, short and fairly strong, leaving clumsily a trail of deep footprints. He (?) was presumed coming from a heavy planet. Is him a Ganesh or like a Ganesh?
  4. In modern linguistics, this is called an s-mobile (or mobile-s). It appears only under certain conditions (Cf. samskara-). No fully acceptible explanation has been found for them, but they are a clear feature of Indo-European roots. Other examples include the roots: *teg- 'to cover' beside *steg- (e.g. greek tegos 'roof' and stegu 'cover'. Also sanskrit sthagayati 'he causes to veil'). *pek 'to see' - e.g. skt. pashyati 'he sees' beside *spek, like skt. spash - 'to spy'. ---------- s-mobile is so old that it can even be traced in restored Sino-tibetan. Its original usage may be optional intensive prefix & later became causative prefix in some cases. More exam.s in Greek & Latin: hyper/hypo - super/sub (- upari/upa)
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