acquit (v.) early 13c., "to satisfy a debt" (either for oneself or on behalf of another), from Old French aquiter "pay, pay up, settle a claim" (12c.), from à "to" (see ad-) + quite "free, clear" (seequit (adj.)). Meanings "set free from charges" and "to discharge one's duty" both recorded from late 14c. Related: Acquitted; acquittingWhich essentially covers the basis of my Appeal... nott just acquitting me, butt all others ... given the mitigating circumstances-- that the inner twin world influenced our actions in all aspects relating to my case. Note the related etymology:
quit (v.) c.1200, "to repay, discharge" (a debt, etc.), from Old French quiter "clear, establish one's innocence;" also transitive, "release, let go, relinquish, abandon" (12c.), from quite (see quit(adj.)).
quit (adj.) c.1200, "free, clear" (of debt, etc.), from Old French quite, quitte "free, clear, entire, at liberty; discharged; unmarried," from Medieval Latin quitus, quittus, from Latin quietus "free" (in Medieval Latin "free from war, debts, etc."), also "calm, resting" (see quiet (adj.)).quiet (n.) c.1300, "freedom from disturbance or conflict; calm, stillness," from Old French quiete "rest, repose, tranquility" and directly from Latin quies (genitive quietis) "a lying still, rest, repose, peace," from PIE root *qwi- "rest" (cf. Gothic hveila, Old English hwil "space of time;" see while (n.)).while (n.) Old English hwile, accusative of hwil "a space of time," from Proto-Germanic *khwilo (cf. Old Saxon hwil, Old Frisian hwile, Old High German hwila, German Weile, Gothic hveila"space of time, while"), originally "rest" (cf. Old Norse hvila "bed," hvild "rest"), from PIE *qwi- "rest" time;" see while (n.)). Late 14c. as "inactivity, rest, repose."The word from above that I'd like to bring to your attention is "while" and it's Proto Germanic Root, *Khwilo. Note how it sounds like "quil"... and if you add a "t" on the end, you get "quilt"... which could be seen as a combination of quill and quit. I talked about this before... the quill's "clear hollow" reflecting the ancient TUSSH (the Two United Structure System Home) -- it is a place of quiet and warmth... and pretty much the same can be said about a quilt.
The above etymology shows just one example of how the "qw" in older words evolved into "wh" of modern words. The 5 W's -- who, what, when, where, why follow the same pattern, note for example the etymology:
who (pron.) Old English hwa, from Proto-Germanic *khwas, *khwes, *khwo (cf. Old Saxon hwe, Danish hvo, Swedish vem, Old Frisian hwa, Dutch wie, Old High German hwer, German wer, Gothic hvo (fem.) "who"), from PIE *kwo-
why Old English hwi, instrumental case (showing for what purpose or by what means) of hwæt (see what), from Proto-Germanic *khwi (cf. Old Saxon hwi, Old Norse hvi), from PIE*qwei, locative of *qwo- "who"The origins were more like kuo, kuat, kwen, kwere, kuy...or quo,quat,quen,quere,quy.
And now consider the fact that the five questions only cover half the spectrum... so the real question that needs to be asked, is where's the 5 answers?! Well, the inner twin world have been waiting a long time to educate us on that. The answer in part as to "where", "what" and "why", is the "khwilo"-- this is an earlier word, a shortened version of what our ancestors called their ancient home... essentially what I refer to as the TUSSH.
Since the 1965 Olympic Games were held in Quito, Ecuador, I decided to check out the etymology:
Ecuador from the Spanish form of equator (which runs through it). Before 1830 the region bore the name of its chief city, Quito, which is from the name of a now-extinct native people, of unknown meaning. Related: Ecuadorian; Ecuadorean.
equator (n.) late 14c., from Medieval Latin aequator diei et noctis "equalizer of day and night" (when the sun is on the celestial equator, twice annually, day and night are of equal length), agent noun from Latin aequare "make equal" (see equate). Sense of "celestial equator" is earliest, extension to "terrestrial line midway between the poles" first recorded in English 1610s.
equate (v.) early 15c., from Latin aequatus "level, levelled, even," past participle of aequare "make even or uniform, make equal," from aequus "level, even, equal" (see equal (adj.))
equal (adj.) late 14c., from Latin aequalis "uniform, identical, equal," from aequus "level, even, just," of unknown origin. Parallel formation egal (from Old French egal) was in use late 14c.-17c. The noun is recorded from 1570s.The origin of equal being aequus, is interesting... one can see where "aqua" originates... and water is predominant at the equator.
aqua- word-forming element meaning "water," from Latin aqua "water; the sea; rain," cognate with Proto-Germanic *akhwo, source of Old English ea "river," Gothic ahua "river, waters," Old Norse Ægir, name of the sea-god, Old English ieg "island;" all from PIE *akwa- "water"Note as well, the word quasi:
quasi (adv.) late 15c., Latin, in hypothetical comparisons, "as if, just as if, as though;" in real comparisons "just as, as;" in approximation, "somewhat like, nearly, not far from;" from quam "as" relative pronomial adverb of manner (see who) + si "if," from PIE pronomial stem *swo- "so" (see so).Of course the obvious reference is to two equal halves of the world with the equator being the dividing line, butt I'm more interested in the nott so obvious... the inner twin reference... because most certainly, they influenced the ancient Quito in regards to naming themselves such, as well as the Latin word "equator", the Spanish "Equador" and finally our word "aquit", "aqua" and "quasi"... all of which have the "qu" in common.
My Tou sense is that the inner twin world are referring to a time when the water "aqua" at the "equator" will "quit". Consider the fact that many words beginning with "e" is the result of an earlier "ex" that had become shortened... so "e" in front of words generally means "without". Now then break down the word equator into three syllables: e-qua-tor , essentially you get "without-water-torrid/dry". There was a time nott that long ago when the equator had much less water and was very torrid-- hotter and dry.
The time that I'm speaking of occurs during a glacial event. Today, even though we are still in an ice age, it's an interglacial period. Our world is in its final days of "rebounding" from the last glacial episode, hence the earth is working its way back to a more circular shape. The rebounding is taking place in the North and Southern hemisphere (as the result of massive glacial ice now gone) while at the equator, the earth is settling back down (the pressure from the glaciers at the north and south had caused the molten core to push out at the equator during the glacial episode).
The last rebounding is happening exponentially-- with a final POP!! That's why we're experiencing so many quakes and tsunami's. The quakes create friction which cause the waters to warm, this in turn causes more evaporation which in turn causes the dense salt left behind to sink at a faster rate hence speeding up the current, this in turn causes more storms-- hurricanes... and there are other factors contributing to the heating, man made is only a small part. What we have yet to experience is the more severe winters. When that happens, and it will, the waters at the equator will shift to the north-- to where it will grow/remain for up to 80,000 years. What the experts don't know for sure, is how fast this will occur and the dynamics: will snow slowly accumulate in the far north in such a way year after year that glaciers spread out until it covers good portions of the Northern hemisphere, hence giving us lots of time to respond, or does it happen fast-- blankets of snow that fall so deep EACH year that the glaciers reach their extent across the land almost immediately, having yet only to rise higher over the course of 80,000 years. If the second scenario is the true picture, then it's not good... in other words, there's not much time to prepare.
There are certain things we can take to the bank because the evidence is there: the glacial period enables the lands at the equator to become larger as the water is displaced and as the pressure of the great glaciers force the molten core to push out at the equator, butt the land here will be dry and arid. Why do you think our ancestors left Africa... simply put, the frozen north offered a better means of surviving... that alone is an indication of how bad it was closer to the equator. The melt which occurs in spring during interglacial times happens all summer long during the glacial period. This means that a cold surface of fresh water lay atop the oceans most of the summer, this layer prevents evaporation. By late summer and fall, the lands in the north become free of snow, hence no longer reflecting sunlight, and so the air and water warms up, especially at the equator which is much hotter due to the earth becoming more oval in shape (from the ever enlarging glaciers pressing down on the molten core). This means that the earths orbit around the sun also becomes more exaggerated elliptically... hence creating more extreme winters and summers: during the glacial period, the equator is that much closer to the sun during summer and the Northern and summer hemisphere's are that much further from the sun during their respective winters.
This is just the bare bones of what I/we can bring ourselves to imagine, and even though we are able to stretch our mind in this way, it's still not enough to get us moving in a proactive way... we simply live for the moment. That's why the inner twin world are coming onto the scene... and, they knew they would have to a very long time ago. They allowed us this time of childlike oblivion, butt now they need for us to grow up. The dire times will help toward this end, and in the meantime, they are using the situation to finally "come out" and "communicate" to us. They have nurtured and brought us to this point where we are on a more "equal" footing with them... our intelligence and knowledge is such that we are now able to "see" them for the first time.
Now if you go to the Quito 1965 wiki page to the Bolivarian Games where Herrero won gold in the 100 meter sprint re http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Athletics_at_the_1965_Bolivarian_Games, you'll note that he is top of the list in the men's competition section... sooo, there's a corresponding women's section. Note the name of the woman who won the 100 meter race, hence receiving a "complimentary opposite" gold medal as well:
The name Sandra is a diminutive of Alexandra, note the etymology http://www.behindthename.com/name/alexandra:
100 metres Sandra Sealy (PAN) 12.3 A
Feminine form of ALEXANDER. In Greek mythology this was a Mycenaean epithet of the goddess Hera, and an alternate name of Cassandra.Latinized form of the Greek name Αλεξανδρος (Alexandros), which meant "defending men" from Greek αλεξω (alexo) "to defend, help" and ανηρ (aner) "man" (genitive ανδρος).Audd that the name "Hera" would crop up!!
The inner twin world are letting it be known that they are defending and helping their own future and of course ours in the process. So even though they have taken drastic measures to ensure this, and even though we may nott see it that way at this point in time, it's likely that future generations of both worlds will bee thanking them in the end.
The word "seal" cropping up now reminds me of my Toumai blog where on March 3, 2010 my post entitled, A Sole Seal Sees The Sol from the Sea!!, references a seal... butt not just any seal. As to the surname Sealy, note the site http://www.houseofnames.com/sealy-family-crest, which claims the name to originally mean "Happy and blessed".
This is the inner twin world's "seal"... their voice... their turn to speak... their stamp and mark in herstory and so ourstory.