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The Genius Codex is all the books, papers, and letters this researcher, has written (decoded/encoded) over the course of 45 years.

It consists of...
 
THE GENIUS CODE (1000-2000 pages) with full-page decodements of the names of the greatest geniuses through history to the present, and in every field of human endeavor.

Also an interactive supplement: 


ON BREAKING THE CODE OF LANGUAGE (200 pages) 

Breaking the expressive code of the English language to its Proto-Indo-European roots (as by differential cross-comparative phonosemantic analysis).
 
Many papers on the causes of:

 

Genius at Science

Genius at Invention
Genius at Painting
Genius at Sculpting
Genius at Architecture
Genius at Poetry
Genius at Writing 
Genius at Music
Genius at Dance
Genius at Singing
Genius at Acting
Genius at Sport
Genius at Games
Genius at War
Genius as Business
Genius at Leadership

On the Causes of:

Gender and Related Sexuality, as to...

The Causes of Male Homosexuality
The Causes of Female Homosexuality

Many papers...

On the Cause of Stuttering
On the Cause of Stammering
On the Cause of Lisping
On the Cause of Obsession
On the Cause of Compulsion
On the Cause of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
On the Cause of Obesity
On the Cause of Alcoholism
On the Cause of Mania
On the Cause of Depression
On the Cause of Bipolar Disorder
On the Cause of ADHD
On the Cause of Schizophrenia
On the Cause of Autism

One paper on Autism (of personal interest, and with revolutionary conclusion) that amounts to a book. 

There are also papers on subjects that many in the scientific community feel are not deserving of scientific attention, including on...

Ononomatology (as onomastics in relation to every other ology, from phonology to semiology to biology to genealogy to physiology to neurology to psychology to sociology, even to mythology) of a kind that can even explain many of the coincidences in twin experiments, as...

The Jim Twins

...that have gone unexplained, and which will make clear the conclusions reached by these experiments
are extremely misleading as to the contribution of genes with respect to environment, and will need to be redone, or reconsidered, as to better understand the disorders researched.

A New Kind of Astrology, based not on dates of birth and zodiacal signs, but on the phonetic forms of names as semiotic signs, acting on a human brain that recapitulates quantum-cosmological principles, very much related to what the greatest scholar of all, mythologist Joseph Campbell, called...

Mythogenetics

...and what his predecessor, Carl Jung. called...

SYNCHRONICITY,  and by the effect of names on this
................explain, as in other papers, such
................mysteries as...

The Hugh Williams Coincidences

The Julius Caesar Conspiracy

The Abraham Lincoln Conspiracy

...
and, indeed, the...

The Kennedy-Lincoln Coincidences

...and by this even explain the causes of many other conspiracies and coincidence - not the least being a conspiracy involving the name of genius at astronomy...

Carl Sagan

...who said...

"Extraordinary claims require extraordinary 
evidence."

If it were not for this codex, this researcher would not be making the claims he is making here, and the interested reader should take this into consideration before adopting the skeptic's favorite mantra:

"Correlation does not infer causation."

For as professor of statistics, as well as historian of science, Edward Tufte has said...

"Correlation isn't causation, but it sure is a hint."

For those who would like to know the explanation for the things above, especially as to the causes of the disorders identified, and even why all the proper nouns in the world, including place-names, represent a semiotic code, this then should be taken as a hint.

A hint, whether it knows it now or not, that science, and especially genetics, very badly needs, including to the following synchronicities of names.

FRANC/IS     CRICK   of        EN/G/LAND
FRANC/IS     GALTON  of        EN/G/LAND
FRANC/IS     COLLINS of   SH///EN////ANDOAH, VIRGINA

FRANC/IS  BA/CON     of        EN/G/LAND at...
FRANC/ES/////CA      of   SA/N AN/GELO
FRANCOIS  JA/COB     of         N///////ICE

FRANC/ES/////CO      of  ASS////////////ISSI
FRANCOIS             of   S////////AL///ES
FRANC/IS/////CO      of   S////AN/G//U//ESA (XAVIER) 

...and so why Francis Crick, in trying to make the transition from geneticist to neuroscientist, was
wrong when he claimed that there is not equivalent
to the DNA molecule in brain research, when in fact there is an equivalent, it's called
The Genius Code.

.................................................

This researcher would never be able to retrace the steps by which he has broken this code over nearly half a century, but he is indebted to a great many for the discovery, particularly those who have compiled the dictionaries, both lexical and biographical, that he became obsessed to the study of, beginning with one of those dictionaries originated by reform-minded grammarian and lexicographer...

NOAH WEBSTER, who, not randomly, had a given name
..............that compares backwards to one of the
..............most reform-minded figures of 
..............biblically-related history...
NOAH..........= NOAH, and forward to another
..............reform-minded linguistic genius named
NOA...........= NOA/M, if not also to lexicographer

NOAH POR/TER, who edited a number of Webster's
..............dictionaries, the common denominator
..............between and among the names of these
..............figures being...
N.............= I/NN/ER, or N/UCLEAR, 
N.......ST....= S/EN/SIT/IVE of S/EN/SIT/IZED
................reaction to, even as...
.....P.R.T....= PART, or PART/S (as genes) 
.........T....= A/T/ the...
.........T.R..= CEN/TER of the...
.O............= WH/OL/E, cell to culture (as genius)

This researcher is also indebted to German linguist...

AUGUST SCHLEICHER, one of the first to attempt the
...................reconstruction of the Proto-
...................Indo-European roots of German and
...................English, Greek and Latin, and 
...................many other cognate languages,
...................while at the same time believing
...................the words of language undergo
...................a Darwinian-like process of 
...................selection, as if himself...
....ST.S...........= S/EN/SIT/IVE, or...
....ST.S...........= S/EN/SIT/IZED to the...
....ST.............= ST/UDYING and TE/ST/ING of the.
.......S..LE.C.....= SELEC/TIVE
........CHLEIC.....= CYCLES of...
..........L........= L/ANGUAGE...

...as well as indebted to the...

AU//ST/RIAN-CZECH linguist, compare...
AUGUST.......S/CH/LEICHER

JULIUS PAKORNY (Indogermanisches Etmologisches
................Worterbuch) who did the most to
................reconstruct these roots, with the /J/
................in his given name silent, much as
................the familially-selecting name of...
.ULIUS..........= IULIUS CAESAR, himself a
................linguistic genius, of a kind
................(literary), to...
..L.............= L/INGUALLY or...
..L.............= L/INGUISTICALLY
.....S..........= S/EN/S/ING
.....S PA.......= SMA/LL
..L.............= L/INGUISTIC
.......PA.......= PA/RTS, as 
............N...= I/N the N/UCLEUS of the...
........AKOR....= ARC-CUR/VE, from...
.........K......= C/ELL to C/ULTURE, even as
..................AUSTRIAN
..................AU/TISM researcher HANS...
....US.PAKOR....= ASPERGER

...leading to such derived works in English as the well-organized The Roots of English by Robert Claiborne and the excellent appendix, and more, in The American Heritage Dictionary by Calvin Watkins.

This researcher is also indebted to...

PATRICK HANKS and FLAVIA HODGES for their
................................extensively
................................researched and
................................compiled...

Dictionary of Surnames

...and...

Dictionary of First Names, also with KATE HARDCASTLE

...the most interesting thing here being that all three surnames begin with the same letter...

/H/, and so to the...
.H...= H/EIGHTENED ambit of the mouth with the 
..................potential for...
.H...= H/EIGHTENED ambition to create such
.......preeminent works...

...as to the kind of assortative mating (or pairing)
that French onomatologist...

PIERRE LE ROUZIC (The Secret Meaning of Names and
..................The Name Game) found for
..................married couples with like names;
..................yet perhaps not recognizing
..................why his name pairs with that of
..................French grammarian, lexicographer
..................and encyclopedist...

PIERRE LA/ROUSSE, and nominalist philosopher

PIERRE LE
PA////LLET.......(also PETER ABELARD)
..................let alone English lexicographer

PETER     ROG/ET of LONDON ENGLAND, acting as a
..........RO.SET...................= ROSETTA
PET.R..............................= PETRA: stone for
.....................................revealing their
.....................................shared...
.............S.....................= S/EN/S/ITIVITY
.....................................or...
.............S.....................= S/EN/S/ITIZATION
.....................................to...
......LL.............L.N....ENGL.N.= LING/UISTIC
P...R..............................= PAR/TS 
............................EN.....= IN the...
.............................NGL...= NUCL/EUS
.....................................(genes) of the
..........RO.......................= RO/UND
..............................GL...= CELL to...
..............................GL...= CUL/TURE, as 
......LL.............L.N....ENGL...= LING/UISTIC
.....................................geniuses

There is much more that could be learned from this, including why...

PIERRE ABELARD was from PALLET

PIERRE LE ROUZIC is of..
P.ERR........ZI.......= PA/RIS, 

PETER ROGET was from.........SOHO, and...

PIERRE LAROUSSE from............TOUCY, reinforcing
.............................S..T..S...= SEN/SIT/IVE
.............................S..T......= ST/UDY or...
.................................T..S..= TES/TING of
..........................L............= L/INGUISTIC
........................PA.R...........= PAR/TS

...as well as why the given names of tragic lovers...

PIERRE ABELARD and HELOISE D'ARGENTEUIL parallel
........................................the place-
........................................names of...
P/ARIS.........and HELLAS...............or again
........................................names of
........................................tragic
........................................lovers
P/ARIS         and HEL/EN, and this to do with the
...........................ineluctable, even
...........................attracting...
...................H.L..N..= HOLON/IC relationship
.............................between singular...
P/AR.......................= PAR/T and...
...................HELO....= W/HOLE (or HOLE)
.............................relativistically
.............................traced back to origins

...if not also why the middle name of PIERRE LAROUSSE was...

ATHANASE, comparing...
ATHEN/S,  the birthplace of...

......SOCRATES (SEE earlier section) whose pioneering
................genius at onomatology is exemplified ................by another Athenian, Plato, in his ................Dialogue: Cratylus

................but not why the name...

......S/OCRAT/ES, holds much phonetically in common
..................with PLATO's original name of...
...ARISTOC///LES, and both to the original Greek name
..................of..
...ARISTO///TLES (for ARISTOTLE) and so another
....R.S..........= ROS/ETTA
......STO........= STO/NE, as it were, revealing
...................shared genius for...
...........AT....= AT/OMISTIC
.............L...= L/INGUISTIC, L/OGICAL
......ST.......S.= S/EN/SIT/IVE
......STO........= STU/DY and...
............T.ES.= TES/TING relative to the...
...AR....C.......= AR/C of the...
.........C...LE..= CELL to CUL/TURE, as geniuses

All of which gives clue to genius at mythology:

.J/OSEPH CAMPBELL, with a name comparing the father
...................of psychoanalysis, the physician
.J.OSEPH...........= JOSEPH
.............B.....= B/REUER, and even more
.....................to one of the first to analyze
.....................dreams, of biblical history...
.J.OSEPH ..........= JOSEPH of
.........C.M.......= KEMET (EGYPT) apparently
.....................together as another Rosetta
.....................stone to be decoded as...
.ZH.S....C.........= SCH/ISMATICALLY
....S..............= S/EN/S/ITIVELY
....S....C.........= SEEK/ING in, or relative to, 
.....................the...
.........C.........= C/URVE of the...
...........M.......= M/OTHER, imprinted and 
.....................selected for to the...
.........C.........= C/URVE of the...
.........C....ELL..= C/ELL to
.........C.....L...= CUL/TURE
...O..PH...........= OVER, even as to the...
.........C..P......= CUP (or grail) of...
.........CAM..ELL..= CAMEL/OT, with neurological
...............................equivalence to...
.....................C.........= C/URVED or C/RITICAL
.......................M.......= M/ASS relative to
.........................L..T..= LIGHT or...
.........................L..T..= EN/LIGHT/ENMENT

...suggesting why Professor Campbell coined the term "mythogenetic zone" to account for mythologies of places such as Camelot, and indeed why, in his work Occidental Mythology (one of many that this researcher is indebted to for insights as well as confirmations) he left a very important clue as to why the key to understanding such mythologies, even in relation to human psychology and the function of human genius (and the potential for "heroes" and heroism) in relation to the potential for disorder or related dysfunction, is names.
































































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