How Marks Prior To BC Were Seen

by Leo Haukkala

'How vowels were made to be seen as said in words...


To be able to be heard as words that were spoken out loud, and able to be sounded out in Marks.

To be the same as seen silently, or read out loud, by the Marks created by the maker of words.

By introducing vowels with non-vowel marks, un-named without the use of any vowel, such as today "AKA".

A "K", unknown until "A" is shown in three sounds.

"A" alone may be seen as "AW", "AH" or "EI".

Without the aid of "W" or "H", "A" alone was seen to mean "no."




Copyright © Leo Haukkala, 2000.