4. Puzzle with characters of alphabet or labyrinth of words.
5. Geometrical puzzle or graphical
writing of linguistic image.
6. Linguistic puzzle of language or secret phrase of human
Answers of puzzles.
4. Psalm 84.12 New International Version.
5. Psalm 33.6 English Standard Version.
6. Psalm 29.11 New International Version.
Texts of the Bible can be found: www.bibles.net.
Rules of geometrical linguistics.
Puzzles of human language.
Letters of alphabet develop in words according to rules of language,
but sequences of letters and words submit not only to linguistic rules
but also laws of geometry in geometrical space. Namely if identical
letters have positions one after another in sequences of words then each
letter should be located in own point of geometrical space, that is
possible if there is a triple set of alphabet on three sides of
If identical alphabetic characters are located consistently one after another then
are not united in one point of a word puzzle or labyrinth. Each
character is in a separate point of
geometrical space of human language.
For example, the word
collocation "free eel" contains four letters E in succession
which circumscribes triangular contour of lines as it is possible to see
on the chart.
Therefore triple set of alphabet and quantity of letters, and also
three sides of linguistic triangle are necessary in a context of
geometrical linguistics, because if space has less than three points for
each alphabetic character then sequences of identical letters cannot be
drawn. Three sides of linguistic triangle allow to have letters on
different verges, and as a result geometrical codes of linear puzzles can correspond to
rules of human language and can contain any sequences of words.
Namely the basic principle and key rule in geometrical linguistics of
human language consists that each following letter of linear codes
should be on other side of linguistic triangle even if triangular shapes
are transformed and looks like a circle.
According to presence of three sides it is possible to consider
sequences of letters and lines within space of linguistic triangle as
logic puzzles of geometrical language, because alphabetic characters on
different sides form complex spatial figures or otherwise to tell
intricate trihedral and three-dimensional configurations of lines.
In particular if any letter repeats and several lines have connection in
the corresponding point of geometrical code then it is necessary to find
continuation of a phrase and to choose a line which is directed to the
following letter. Namely logic retrievals of semantic sequences of the
ciphered words are required, that is necessary condition of intellectual
riddles and puzzles of geometrical language.
Remarkable feature of geometrical linguistics consists that some
letters are involved in sentences many times.
Geometry of words can be considered as logic puzzles
due to this feature.
And also if words form the circumscribed configurations of lines then
logic retrievals of contents in geometrical codes are required.
For example, the phrase "and following and following" forms the
circumscribed sequence of lines in which words have infinite recurrence,
apparently on the chart.
Some words can make the circumscribed configurations which have
reading in different directions concerning a hour hand.
Some words have reading in configurations of letters of other words.
Repeated recurrences of letters and circumscribed sequences of words are
conceptual feature of geometrical linguistics of human language, that
can be a basis of very intricate linguistic puzzles and complex
intellectual logic riddles which can be much more diverse rather than in
the shown chats.
Unfortunately my insufficient knowledge of the English language does not
allow to find examples and show linguistic rules by means of graphical
charts. I think that attentive native speakers of English language can see various
examples for rules of geometrical linguistics better me.
For expression of possessive case
can be used points in tops
of linguistic triangle as it is shown in the following chart.
Punctuation marks are absent in a context of geometrical linguistics,
and points in tops of triangle can be used only for
expression and drawing of possessive case.
Following page too
shows images of geometrical codes which are possible for solutions as
intellectual logic and linguistic labyrinths or crossword
puzzles on sheets of newspapers.
And also next page describes concepts and
principles according to which orders of letters form
linguistic triangle of alphabet and puzzles
of geometrical languages.