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Esoterism Hidden in a Linguistic Discovery For Divine Creation: An Intuitive Theory for “Mother” and “Father”

If we dive deep into the mysterious layers of language, we can appreciate the significance of letters, root consonants, and syllables emerges as keys to unlocking the vibrational wonders of esoteric wisdom. Across diverse cultures, each alphabet functions as a profound gateway to symbolic reading, rather than being a museum of random drawings. With this perspective, letters and root consonants can already be considered as symbols regardless of the meaning they gain after being reconstructed as words, and being involved in sentences with different contexts.

In this light, the consonantal pattern of “thr” caught my attention during an inner exploration of the words “mother and “father”. Though there’s no etymological background that’s already proven by academic authorities before, I’ve intuitively heard the same root consonants echoing in words “Hathor,” and “ether” And it made me wonder: Is it just a coincidence?

Before connecting the dots, we can have a look at “mother” and “father”: Etymologically, these words trace back to the Indo-European roots “mater” and “páter,” representing the fundamental concepts of the female and male parents. These words echo archetypal energies, with “mother” embodying nurturing and creative forces and “father” symbolizing guidance and structure.

To add an esoteric sauce, we can discuss the ancient Egyptian goddess “Hathor” now. Though it’s mostly honoured with her nurturing aspects as a divine representation of the mother archetype, there’s another thing worth mentioning: Traditionally, Hathor is translated as “the house of Horus” and sometimes the meaning is referred as “My house is the sky.”

This nuanced translation amplifies the cosmic connection, suggesting that Hathor’s essence extends beyond a confined space and reaches into the expansive realm of the sky as our souls’ eternal home. It aligns with the esoteric understanding that the divine is not confined to a physical structure but expands boundlessly, mirroring the limitless potential of the universe.

To question this meaning even more, let’s explore the depths of “ether”: The term “ether” originally comes from the Latin word “aether,” which was derived from the Greek word “aither.” In ancient Greek cosmology, “aither” referred to the upper, purer air that the gods breathed, considered as a substance filling the celestial regions.

Over time, this concept evolved. And in medieval and early modern physics, “ether” was proposed as a hypothetical substance filling space and serving as a medium for the transmission of electromagnetic waves (However, the idea of a luminiferous ether was largely abandoned in the early 20th century.)

The idea of ether, as a subtle and pervasive substance, coula be metaphorically linked to the interconnectedness of all things, reflecting the awareness of one’s inner union with the universe or a higher power through the balance and integration of these polarities. Therefore, we can question this meaning’s influence in the depths of these words we discussed to the core as united: Mother, Father, Hathor, and Ether.

It’s important to note that this narrative doesn’t claim to be an authoritative etymological or mythological truth. Rather, it’s a poetic and intuitive sharing, drawing from the rich tapestry of esoteric wisdom and linguistic nuances. The connections and insights presented here invite contemplation and reflection, acknowledging the subjective and personal nature of such explorations into the mysteries of language and symbolism.

I honour the divine love within you. 🤍


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