Astroku 12 – bubble nebula = nébuleuse de la bulle






English:

bubble nebula 
if you are my heart
I am yours we are

français :

nébuleuse de la bulle
si tu es mon coeur nous sommes
tu es le mien

italiano:

nebulosa a bolle
se tu sei il mio cuore
io sono il tuo

Corsican:

nebulosa di bolle
sì u mo core
sò eiu

español:

nebulosa de burbuja
si tu eres mi corazon
soy todo tuyo

portuguêse:

nebulosa de bolhas
se você é meu coração
eu sou seu

Deutsch:

Blasennebel
wenn du mein Herz bist
ich gehöre dir

Finnish:

kupla nebula
jos olet sydämeni
olen sinun

ancient languages:

Latin:

bulla nebulosa
si animus meus es
animus sum tuus

Hittite:

takku alpaš essi
takku kardiš essi
takku kardiš esmi

literal translation:

if you are my cloud
if you are my heart
if I am your heart


NOTICE the transparent connection with the Hittite verb “es” = to be
with Latin “esse”, the French “être”, the italian “essere”, Spanish
& Portuguese “estar”, and I could go on and on. Not only that, the
third person singular of the English verb “to be” is “is” and the
German third person singular is “ist”! Astonishing eh? What this
all means is that all of the aforementioned Latin and modern
language verbs for “to be” are merely dialects of the original
ancient Indo-European Hittite “es”! Hittite is the oldest Indo-
European language dating from 3,500 BCE, i.e. 5,500 years ago!
So there is nothing new under the sun!

And what about the Hittite word for “heart” = kardiš.  Sound
familiar? You bet! French = “le coeur”, Italian = “cuore”,
Corsican “core”, Spanish = “corazon”, Portuguese = “coração”.
I needn't belabour the point. Once again, all of the aforementioned
modern Romance language nouns for Hittite “ kardiš” are merely
dialects of the original ancient Indo-European Hittite. Hittite
is the oldest Indo-European language dating from 3,500 BCE,
i.e. 5,500 years ago! So there is nothing new under the sun! 

Richard Vallance

© by/ par Richard Vallance 2020

photo public domain Pixabay, the Bubble Nebula/ domaine public Pixabay, la Nébuleuse de la bulle”