Alphabet P ©
The majuscule (capital) letter P is a picture of the phallus of Assur.
Typographers have got the letter P upside down. It should be an erect phallus.
Assur was the first king, the first deified ancestor, the first GodFather. Assur was "once-wise." His singular wisdom was in founding and fathering the pre-historical empire of related kingdoms. Thoth, the scribe of the gods, was the inventor of writing and numbers. The erect phallus of Assur is the number one in the "Arabic" number set.
The minuscule letter p is a picture of a flaccid penis.
The majuscule letters are heaven symbols. The minuscule letters are earth symbols. The GodFather Assur is of heaven.
The sound of letter p is derived from the sound of pursing the lips as in spitting. "Ptooey". The sound of letter p is an allegorical mimicry of the sound of ejaculating semen.
The majuscule letter P represents Assur "The Begetter," the father god of Pagans. The majuscule letter B is a related figure.
The letter p plays a descriptive a role in visual language.
In the "Assur-Tua" trace shown above, the phallus and god figures are "determinatives," they're not parts of the name. The determinatives identify the name "Assur-Tua" as the name of a phallic god. In this case, the phallic god is Assur in his role as the great "begetter," the Father God of the Pagans.
In our visual language, in our pictographic alphabet, the letters a, n, and o sometimes fill "determinative" roles when they are attached to the ends of words. That is not quite the case with letter p. However, the letter p at the beginning of words sometimes plays a "descriptive" role in visual language.
A number of words and names beginning with letter p have a clear relationship to the symbolic meaning of the letter p. The words pap (a breast nipple), papa, pope (holy father), pipe, peg, pin, pine, pen, point, pole, peak, poke, probe, prod, push, piss, pee, play, penetrate, and many more words beginning with the letter p have a phallic shape or other phallic significance. There are too many words in our language beginning with the letter p that have a phallic shape, or other phallic significance, for that to be a coincidence.
The name Pagan is composed of P, the phallus of Assur, + g, the seed, + n, the son. Pagans are sons-of-the-seed-of-the-phallus-of-Assur. The god Ptah is another father god of the Pagans. Ptah is allegedly the father of the gods. According to some versions of Pagan cosmology, Ptah was the creator god who created the heavens and the earth. He was the patron god of artisans and architects. He is sometimes depicted as a potter forming the cosmic egg on his potter's wheel.
"In the beginning was the word" and the word was "Ptooey," the sound of ejaculating semen. The name Ptah is an Egyptian version of the ejaculation sound. Ptah, the god who created it all had no parents. The Egyptians had to have meaningful names for their gods. Ptah was born from the word, "Ptooey," the sound of ejaculating semen.
The name pater, the Latin word for father, is derived from Ptah + er, the ejaculator. The name Peter is likewise derived from Ptah + er, the ejaculator. The name peter is also a common word for a man's penis. An erect penis is hard. The Greek word petros is a rock. A rock is hard. petros is another derivative of Ptah + er.
Resurrect Isis. Her language is visual language. Her message is make love.
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