> My etymology of caballus 'horse' is CA BAL for the summer
> sun horse, sky CA hot BAL, accounting for Latin caballus
> Spanich caballo French cheval, also for cavalier, a polite
> and brave guy standing up for his lady, no longer a horse,
> but deriving from a knight, a rider and archer of former
> times. Horse thieves are also part of the history around
> horses, and so CA BAL could have accounted for kavala
> 'betray' - horse trading was full of deceit.
> I'd appreciate if you would take your discussions elsewhere.
> In this thread I publish and further develop my ideas, just
> having finished my interpretation of Lascaux in eight concise
> messages, now going over to Chauvet and other caves.
My third online stalker, confused as always, first considered
me an alter ego of Peter Olcott, then supported my replies
to Peter Olcott - I do not want his support, I do no want
anything to do with him, and certainly I do not allow him
to smear his dirt all over my publishing thread. Here again
my report on him.
Arnaud Fournet alias yangg posted ugly messages to
cybalist_admin, joined sci.lang blindly attacking people
with unprecedented outbursts of scatology, and began
stalking me, stepping in my way and smearing dirt
on my wall. I warned him. In vain. So I started a series
of Serri and Hurri messages, seventy-five in all, written
and delivered on a daily basis, brimful of ideas. Nothing
came from him. He can't inform us about the Hurrites.
He can't pick out a claim of mine he considers nonsense
and refute it with scientific arguments. All he can is talk
out of the wrong end of his digestion track. He is a
Frenchman and Phaistos Disc decipherer as my first
longtime online stalker Marie Jean Faucounau alias
grapheus, believing that the Phaistos Disc was written
in Phaisto-Hurrian, Hurrian being close to Proto-Indo-
European that originated 7,000 years ago in southeast
Anatolia, but he can't tell us about the Phaistos Disc.
Instead he told me nonsense, that sound rules are
actual laws holding one hundred percent, or that
Mycenaean (Late Helladic) is older than Middle Helladic
(relevant for the Phaistos Disc). His online etymologies
are nonsense (I reviewed one of them). He bedazzled
Allan Bomhard, if only for a while. Here an excerpt
from an e-mail Allan Bomhard wrote to Brian Zeisberger:
From: Allan Bomhard
To: Brian Zeisberger
Sent: Saturday, August 6, 2011 4:57 PM
Subject: Re: [Nostratic-L] Hurrian & Indo-European
I had hoped to stay out of the fray on this, but I see
that it is not going to be possible. I will not enter
into a long discussion about this matter but will make
a simple statement and let it go at that.
The Hurrian project was challenging when I was
working on it with Arnaud, but, as time has passed
and I have had a chance to think more on these issues,
I have changed my mind. I no longer support any of
the theories advanced or conclusions drawn in that work.
All my warnings failed. I told Arnaud Fournet that he harms
himself. In vain. But then he was excluded from the cybalist,
and documented the ensuing nervous breakdown in sci.lang.