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    Indo Europeans Equated Make Macien with Measure for Construction but Not of Spiritual Heart

    The old english verb macien means to make, a machine for instance, “maked” (made) in ancient Sanskrit mayd, of the same root as mater and meter, clearly referring to precise construction.

    Why measure and mater (mother) were associated is that the earth was measured (geo metry), mother earth thought to some, by “her” precession rate, 72 years/degree.

     

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