Thursday, September 14, 2006

Colors of Complex Shades - ie Light Reddish Brown

Burns suggests in his book, Decodificacion de Quipu on pg 133 that colors of complex shades may be represented by 2 consonants.

Thus just like we would call a color "Light Reddish Brown" the color could be understood as a composite of "Light Brown" and "Red" and thus represent a string of two consonants, one representing "Light Brown" (H) and the other "Red" (P).

Note here that the combination could represent HP or PH.

However the main insight here is that a complex shade of color could be understood to represent a composite of two of Burns' 10 key consonants.



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